Hundreds of years will be on display, in myriad ways, at the Atlanta History Center this year. There’s plenty to discover between now and June, on and off the center’s 33-acre Buckhead campus. Read on for some highlights.
Atlanta hosts numerous film festivals throughout the year, but none conveys the sense of “event” as the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, which drew 31,500 attendees in 2013 (about 25 percent of whom identify as non-Jewish). This year’s version begins Jan. 29.
The Fox Theatre is hosting holiday tours in December that feature meet-and-greets with dancers from Atlanta Ballet’s “Nutcracker.”
Got a light? How about thousands? Turner Field this week turns into one of the brightest spots in town when Global Winter Wonderland Atlanta, a 16-acre lantern festival and fun park, opens there.
She’s tall. She’s wide. She’s green. And she’s home. The Earth Goddess from the “Imaginary Worlds” exhibit is staying at the Atlanta Botanical Garden for good. Next, look for her in holiday attire.