Family & Pets
Atlanta has a number of valuable resources for new inductees to the homeschool culture, as well as sources of inspiration and socialization for veteran homeschoolers.
As President Barack Obama stands on the steps of the U.S. Capitol to take his oath of office for his second term as the 44th President of United States, all eyes will be watching. Where will you be?
Local chef Nicholas St. Clair of Antebellum Restaurant in Flowery Branch developed his love for cooking at a very young age. Some of those beloved dishes from younger years have stayed with him through adulthood. Chef Nick dishes on some fun-sized foods with a handful of kid-friendly recipes that families can prepare and enjoy together.
Between simple “click-of-the-mouse” online contributions to personally delivered new toys, a holiday gift donation is one of the best expressions of the true meaning of the season.
In keeping with a thriving and tight-knit Jewish community, Atlanta plays host to a number of wonderful Hanukkah celebrations for families and individuals of all ages.
From painted canvases to traditional holiday ornaments and everything else in between, Atlanta has a variety of places to help make your gifts extra special this holiday season.
Share a very special experience as a family and volunteer to help one of Atlanta’s many amazing non-profit organization.
Every fall season, Dawson County, Georgia, celebrates its car racing and moonshine heritage during its free, family-friendly Mountain Moonshine Festival. Attendees enjoy live entertainment, food, car shows and moonshine tastings. Every family member is bound to have a great time.
For those families that would like to experience ghouls, goblins, monsters or zombies this Halloween season, the Atlanta area has several haunted-house attractions that are guaranteed to freak you out!
Apple season begins in September and north Georgia is home to several apple orchards. This fall, pack up your family and travel north for a fun day of apple picking.