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It’s time for weekend, friends!
The Color Purple
Dates: Now – July 29, 2018
Location: Actor’s Express
This landmark musical is raining down joy on the city of Atlanta once more at Actor’s Express. This production will leave you breathless. Based on the amazing novel by Alice Walker, step back in time to witness the trials and triumphs of some of the most spiritual characters ever created. Tickets are still on sale and can be purchased here.
Date: Sunday, June 24, 2018 (7:00 AM – 1:00 PM)
Location: Morgan Falls Overlook Park
Buckhead’s High Country Outfitters is hosting their 7th annual “Stand Up for the Hooch” SUP (Stand Up Paddle Board) race on Sunday. Bring out the family and try your skill on two great courses: a 2-mile recreational race and a 6-mile professional race. Kids get to race free. I’ve tried to paddle board once and it’s just…not for me. So win the race for me! With your ticket you get race admission, free t-shirt, lunch and drinks at the High Country Outfitters Afterparty. Find out how to sign up here!
Date: Saturday, June 23, 2018 (10:00 AM – 2:00 PM)
Location: Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Did Sophia the Robot really fascinate you when she threw shade? Well, come to Fernbank on Saturday to see some great robot demonstrations and figure out how artificial intelligence works–no shade required. There will be robot-themed games and activities, so bring out the entire family! For more information, click here.
Date: Saturday, June 23, 2018 (9:30 AM)
Location: Piedmont Park
Moms and Dads take a stroll with your kiddies at Piedmont Park on Saturday morning. FIT4MOM, dedicated to providing fitness for all levels of motherhood, is sponsoring this great event. It’s a 5K, but not an intense one. Come “run like a mom,” all while supporting a good cause. Check out registration information here.
Date: Saturday, June 23, 2018 (11:00 PM – 11:59 PM)
Location: Village Theatre
The Queeriety Variety Show is a zany, fun show with drag, improv and live comedy presented at the Village Theatre. This month they celebrate LGBTQA+ Pride, saying it will be their biggest show of the year! Outside the DeKalb County Board of Health will provide free HIV screenings in partnership with the Start Talking, Stop HIV Campaign. The Campaign will have a DIY animated GIF booth for you to give your best Miss Vanjie impression, or whatever it is you feel is most fabulous. To find out more information about what else is happening during the show, click here!
Alrighty everyone, stay cool!