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Grab & Go Kids Planner

Family Best Bets of the Week

Grab & Go Kids Planner

Spring is in the air- and trapeze artists and a red balloon.  Put away the boots and mittens (at least for this weekend) and enjoy these...

Family Best Bets:

When/Where: Through February 27th on the Green Lot at Turner Field.
Why Go: The interactive Universoul Circus was founded in Atlanta 17 years ago and has grown to feature acts from Europe, China, Russia, Africa and Brazil.  
Pricing: $20.00 - $35.00 (Children under 12 months are free but must have an adult lap to sit on.)

  • THE RED BALLOON

When/Where: February 16th through the 27th at .
Why Go: This classic story presented by Théâtre du Rêve, features puppetry and live music and is appropriate for children ages four years old and up.
Pricing: $12.00 to $25.00

  • KELLER WILLIAMS KIDS MATINEE

When/Where: Saturday at 3:30pm (doors open at 2:30pm) at the Variety Playhouse.
Why Go: Keller Williams delves into the world of children’s music with his sixteenth album, KIDS.  Williams is also hosting a Donation Drive for the Atlanta Children’s Shelter - items needed are listed on the Variety Playhouse event information site.
Pricing: $15.00 (Family four packs are available through Ticketmaster and will save you a couple of dollars off the total for four tickets.)

  • STORYTIME FEATURING ROSA BY NIKKI GIOVANNI

When/Where: Saturday at 11:00am at .
Why Go:  Barnes & Noble Edgewood is celebrating Black History Month with this special Rosa storytime.  This beautifully illustrated picture book, best for children ages 4 and up, tells the story of Rosa Parks.  
Pricing: Free.

  • STORYTELLER DIANE CAMERON AT IMAGINE IT!

When/Where: Sunday at 12:oopm at
Why Go: A great day to visit the Children’s Museum, not only will your children be able to Eat A Georgia Rainbow, discover Where in the World is Timbuktu? and visit Exploration Station, but storyteller Diane Cameron will lead them, through song, dance and stories, on an imagined  journey through West Africa.
Pricing: $12.50 General Admission. Children 2 years old and under are free.

Have a great weekend!

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