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    Traffic Team fundraisers to benefit Toys for Tots Captain Herb loved so much. He loved his family, his job, his colleagues and his community. One of the many charities he helped was metro Atlanta Toys for Tots. To honor his legacy, the WSB Traffic Team still hosts his annual toy drive at Fred’s BBQ House, and it’s quite a show! Bring the family, and plan to join them and the Douglas County community this holiday season on Saturday, December 8th in Lithia Springs. Join the Facebook event and see more details here. Our next Toys for Tots event is a golf tournament at Bear’s Best Atlanta in Suwanee. The first date was rained out, so the tournament is now Friday, December 14th, tee off at 11:00 a.m. To register, click here. A huge ‘thank you’ and congratulations to our Traffic Trooper Mike Haney “Disc Golf Driver” and to Steve Winslow for putting together another successful disc golf tournament back in September. The group raised more than $6,000 for metro-Atlanta Toys for Tots and, not to mention, a truckload of toys that were also donated! To see some pictures from that day, view the Facebook album here. Call our traffic center with traffic incident 24/7/365 at 404-897-7358. You can also get through to us using the “Triple Team Traffic Alerts” app, free in your phone’s app store! The app provides real-time, traffic incidents recorded by WSB radio traffic reporters.
  • Nothing says fall quite like visiting an Atlanta-area pumpkin patch, and most have a lot more to offer than just their pumpkins. Corn mazes, hay rides and other fun activities are also available at many pumpkin patch locations, so load up the family and make an afternoon of it. Check out the following seven Atlanta-area pumpkin patches that are worth a visit: Berry Patch Farms, 786 Arnold Mill Road, Woodstock. 770-926-0561. http://www.berrypatchfarms.net/pumpkins.htm. Open weekends Oct. 6-28 from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. and weekdays Oct. 15-30 from 3:30-7 p.m. Check, credit cards or cash accepted, and parking on weekends costs $3. Make an afternoon of it at Berry Patch Farms, where you can take a hayride to and from the pumpkin patch. You can also pick up some fall décor like gourds, mini pumpkins and Indian corn, as well as some jams and other goodies to take home. The kids will enjoy romping on the playground and meeting the baby farm animals too. Warbington Farms, 5555 Crow Road, Cumming. 770-889-1515. http://www.warbingtonfarms.com. Open Sept. 15-Nov. 3, Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Sundays 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Monday, Oct. 8 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. for Columbus Day. $12 plus tax includes unlimited access to the fun park and corn maze. In addition to picking out a pumpkin, check out the fun park, which has slides, swings, a jumping pillow and barnyard animals. You can also try to work your way through Warbington Farms' corn maze during the day or at night with a flashlight from home or glow sticks and flashlights you can buy at the farm. Still Family Farm, 5630 Macland Road, Powder Springs. 678-283-6951. https://www.stillfamilyfarm.com. Open Saturdays and Sundays from Sept. 22-Oct. 28 from 10 a.m. until sunset (typically around 7 p.m.). Tickets are $15 per person, with children 4 and under free and a $2 military discount with ID, and they include all activities. Choose from pumpkins in all sizes and mums, corn stalks or hay bales to decorate your porch or yard. While you're at the farm, you can also explore the five-acre corn maze, take a hayride or check out an heirloom tractor display. Kids will also like climbing a huge pile of hay bales and zooming down a slide. Sleepy Hollow Farm, 628 Sleepy Hollow Road, Powder Springs. 770-880-8846. https://www.sleepyhollowtrees.com/pumpkins-corn-maze. Open Sept. 22-Nov. 3, Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Tuesday-Friday 2 p.m.-6 p.m. Nighttime activities on select dates from 7-10 p.m. General admission tickets are $12 with kids 2 and under admitted free with an adult ticket. Nighttime events cost $20 per person and must be reserved in advance.  After you've picked out your perfect pumpkin, Sleepy Hollow has activities during the day as well as at night. Daytime fun includes a corn maze, kids' games, tractor rides and farm animals you can visit. At night, check out the 'Stranger Things' filming location tours and a nighttime corn maze on select nights. Stone Mountain Park Annual Pumpkin Festival, 1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd., Stone Mountain. 1-800-401-2407. https://www.stonemountainpark.com/Events/Pumpkin-Festival. Open select dates from Sept. 22-Oct. 28. Activities are included with an All-Attractions Pass or a Mountain Membership. Enjoy all the regular park attractions in addition to pumpkin-themed activities like a dance-a-long party parade with Spookley the Square Pumpkin, meet him at the pumpkin patch or take part in a pie-eating contest. This year, a Glow by Night experience is also added, with thousands of jack-o-lanterns lighting up the night. Huge pumpkin displays and flashlight tours will also extend the nighttime fun. Big Springs Farms, 2100 Sugar Pike Road, Woodstock. http://www.bigspringsfarms.com. Open October weekends on Fridays from noon-6 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Free admission and parking, but $3 and $4 charges for other activities. Choose from hundreds of pumpkins ranging from minis to the 'Big Max,' which weighs about 50-60 pounds. Also check out the fresh and dried gourds, corn stalks and concrete pumpkins. Other activities include wagon rides, a corn maze and a bounce house. Scottsdale Farms, 15639 Birmingham Highway, Milton. 770-777-5875. http://www.scottsdalefarms.com. Open Monday-Saturday from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Pumpkins arrive soon at Scottsdale Farms, and while you're visiting the 65-acre location, you can shop for home décor, furniture and gifts from local and international artisans. Also visit the boutique, where you can buy clothes and jewelry. From wreaths to gardening supplies, you'll find items for the outside of your home as well as its inside. 
  • While it's no longer true that everyone who works hard for a living gets Labor Day weekend off, one thing about the end of summer holiday has remained the same: Atlanta can't be outdone for Labor Day entertainment options. »RELATED: How to survive Dragon Con 2018 Of course, they're not 'one size fits all.' So peruse this list carefully to determine which of the end-of-summer bounty you'd enjoy the most come this Labor Day weekend in Atlanta.   For the planners These Labor Day fetes are not just geared to the plan-aheaders because some of these events are drop-in oriented, but they are for those who can use work skills on their day off to plan transpo, tickets and such. These Labor Day festivals and events will be worth the time spent as the group date or family outing personal planner: Dragon Con: Aug. 30-Sept. 3 (Downtown) Get your nerd on all weekend long at the largest sci-fi/fantasy convention. It's full of games, panel discussions, fan events and celebrity meet-and-greets with Hyatt Regency Atlanta as the center. Keep in mind that planning is a definite necessity since parking is limited and zaniness abounds. MARTA, take the wheel. AJC guide to Dragon Con AJC Decatur Book Festival: Aug. 31-Sept. 2 Going on 13 years, the festival in downtown Decatur Square is held every Labor Day weekend and this year will bring more than 300 well-known authors and illustrators and tens of thousands of readers together for three days. Atlanta theater legend Kenny Leon will serve as the keynote speaker during the kickoff ceremonies at 8 p.m. Friday. »RELATED: AJC Decatur Book Festival: 14 fabulous events for kids and teens LudaDay Weekend: Aug. 31-Sept. 3 Since 2005, rapper, actor and humanitarian Christopher 'Ludacris' Bridges has turned Labor Day weekend over to social service and responsibility, bringing together the Atlanta community and Luda's celebrity colleagues in the process. Money raised over the weekend will go towards The Ludacris Foundation and other charities benefiting children. Events within the event include such fun stuff as a Celebrity Bowling Challenge and TopGolf Takeover. Atlanta Black Pride Weekend: Aug. 29-Sept. 4 Show your pride, your allyship and revel in the entertainment at one of the largest Black Gay Pride events in the world. Events take place all over the city, including symposium, seminars and social events. Don't miss Piedmont Park's Pure Heat Community Festival from noon to 8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 2 , entertainment and signature events. You say you just want to enjoy Labor Day, and never mind the theme? Atlanta's got plenty going on Labor Day weekend for that crowd, too. Try any of these: Dragon Con parade: Sept. 1 Get in on the fabulous energy of Dragon Con without having to buy tickets or don a costume. Throngs of fans, families and the curious abide along nearly a mile of Peachtree Street for the ultimate in people watching. Just keep in mind that if you want to see lots, you gotta get there early. And MARTA is highly recommended. 2018 National Puppet Slam: Aug. 31-Sept. 2 A fine offering from the Atlanta treasure, the Center for Puppetry Arts, the slam just happens to fall on the Saturday of Labor Day. Catch humorous, stunning and ingenious short-form puppetry from puppet artists across the nation. Note, though, this is an 18-plus performance and the museum's Beer and Wine Bar opens one hour before show time. Taste Of Soul Atlanta Festival Concert Series: Sept. 1-2 Not exactly Labor Day-themed, but one of Atlanta's most enjoyable festivals, TOSA, is free for all the city to enjoy. Part music, part family-friendly celebration of soul and Southern food, this year's festival is headlined by Kelly Price & PJ Morton. Chick-fil-A College Football Kickoff games: Sept. 1 and Sept. 4  College football already? Enjoy being there at the start when the season kicks off with the Auburn Tigers vs. the Washington Huskies at 3:30 on Saturday. Bye bye summer, we hate to see you go. Truth is, by the first weekend in September, some of us are ready to move along to sweater weather and pumpkin spice. But if you want to bid a fond farewell to the summer (even though the heat's gonna linger, let's be honest) or savor the heat and summer traditions that you may not have gotten to this year, try these Labor Day unofficial end-of-summer activities: Sky High Hot Air Balloon Festival at Callaway Gardens: Aug. 31-Sept. 3 A nostalgic, even romantic way to bid adieu to summer, the festival goes all out with a Friday Night Balloon Glow, tethered balloon rides, live music and beach activities. Stone Mountain Park Labor Day Weekend: Sept. 1-Sept.3 Live it up for the last bit of summer. Pack up the fam, grab your PBJs or an artisanal picnic basket and don't forget the lawn chairs. Then set off for Stone Mountain for a weekend of rock climbing, hiking and other fun in the sun. Once everyone is worn out, cozy up for the Labor Day version of Stone Mountain's mountainside laser show, followed by a special fireworks display. Should you desire to plunge even further into the wild to say goodbye to summer, check out the many options available Labor Day weekend at Georgia State Parks, which range from rustic camping to historical re-enactment. For those who will be joining us late... Some Atlanta working folk are going to wake up Labor Day Monday and realize they haven't done a single thing to make the three-day weekend Labor Day-ish, not even wear a red, white and blue T-shirt for a few hours. But it's not too late! You can still catch a quick meal that says you grilled out or gathered with friends when you didn't. A few of the places that fit the bill and are open Labor Day Monday include: Pittypat's Porch, at the ready with a peach margarita and a plate of fried chicken. Shake Shack in Buckhead, serving up its inimitable 'Shack-cago Dog,' recommended being consumed with a side of cheese fries since you have until tomorrow to digest. Bantam + Biddy will serve you breakfast any time that day, very Southern, yes, we mean gravy. So it's not traditional Labor Day fare; maybe you start your own tradition.
  • Age is just a state of mind at the AJC Decatur Book Festival. At 13 years old, the annual Labor Day weekend event already is the largest independent book festival in the country. With 430 authors taking part this year, there’s something guaranteed to appeal to every one of the expected 80,000 attendees. Still, youngsters of all ages might want to check out a couple of alleged kids’ events that help bookend Sunday’s closing day lineup. We’ve highlighted some other author appearances on the crowded schedule as well (see decaturbookfestival.com for a complete listing of author appearances). “Calling All Jedis!” Adam Rex leads a parade to the Children’s Stage, followed by a session devoted to his hilarious new picture book (“Are You Scared, Darth Vader?”). Parade starts at 11:45 a.m. at the Community Bandstand. Author session at noon at Children’s Stage at Decatur Recreation Center. “Logical Family: A Conversation With Armistead Maupin.” The best-selling novelist, including the colorfully captivating “Tales of the City” series, has finally written a memoir covering his odyssey from the old South to freewheeling San Francisco and his search for a “logical family” of people to call his own. 1:15 p.m., First Baptist Decatur Sanctuary. “A Girl Stands at the Door: The Generation of Young Women Who Desegregated America’s Schools.” Historian Rachel Devlin illuminates the brave young black women who were at the vanguard of the struggle to desegregate America’s schools. 2:30 p.m., Historic DeKalb Courthouse. “Atticus Finch — The Biography.” Emory University historian Joseph Crespino examines how Harper Lee’s real-life father provided key inspiration for her books — and their complex presentations of the fictional father/lawyer character in “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “Go Set a Watchman.” 3:45 p.m., Decatur Presbyterian Sanctuary. “Here Say: Speaking as Performance.” Four top writers and storytellers have a “lively conversation” on the power of words and stories on the page, on stage and beyond. 5 p.m., Decatur Library. Harry and the Potters in concert. The festival closes out with this free performance by the “first Wizard Rock band.” 6:30 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.), Children’s Stage at Decatur Recreation Center. Charles Frazier will appear at the AJC tent to sign books at noon. EVENT PREVIEW AJC Decatur Book Festival Author presentations begin at noon Sunday (street festival noon-6 p.m.). Free. Various venues, downtown Decatur. See DBF Festival Map for parking locations, take MARTA to the Decatur station or use the free bike valet on North McDonough Street, in front of the DeKalb County Courthouse. decaturbookfestival.com.
  • RED, WHITE & BREW Date: 7/4/2018 Start Time: 7:00 AM End Time: 10:00 PM Location / Venue: Georgia Aquarium | 225 Baker Street, Atlanta, GA 30313 Cost: $65 general admission, $50 members. More info  FANTASTIC FOURTH CELEBRATION Date: 7/1/2018 - 7/7/2018 Start Time: Attraction hours, 10:30 AM.-8 PM | Laser show starts @ 9:30 PM (It last 45 minutes) End Time: N/A Location / Venue: Stone Mountain Park | 1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd, Stone Mountain, GA 30083 Cost: $15.00 FOR DAILY AND $40.00 FOR ANNUAL! (Parking is $20.00 per vehicle.) More info  GWCCA FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION Date: 7/4/2018 Start Time: 6:00 PM End Time: 11:00 PM Location / Venue: International Plaza, 1 Philips Drive, Atlanta, GA 30303 More info  2018 INDEPENDENCE DAY HOMETOWN CELEBRATION Date: 7/4/2018 Start Time: 3:00 PM End Time: 11:00 PM Location / Venue: Downtown East Point, 2757 Main Street, East Point, GA 30344   ANNUAL STARS AND STRIPES CELEBRATION Date: 7/4/2018 Start Time: 6:30 PM | Fireworks begin @ 9:45 PM End Time: N/A Location: Concourse Corporate Center Lawn, 5 Concourse Parkway NE, Sandy Springs, GA 30328 More info  STARS AND STRIPES FEST 2018 Date: 7/4/2018 Start Time: 2:00 PM End Time: 10:00 PM Location: Downtown Covington, 2101 Clark St, Covington, GA 30014 More info TERMINUS CITY JULY 4TH BACKYARD BBQ Date: 7/4/2018 Start Time: 12:00 PM End Time: 4:00 PM Location / Venue: Revival, 129 Church St, Decatur, GA 30030 More infoJULY 4TH STAR SPANGLED BEACH PARTYDate: 7/4/2018 Start Time: 5:30 pm End Time: N/A Location: 755 Hank Aaron Drive Southeast, Atlanta, GA 30315 More infoJULY 4TH FESTIVITIES AND FIREWORKSDate: July 4, 2018 Start Time: 6:00 pm End Time: 10:00 PM Location: Wills Park Recreation Center | 11925 Wills Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30009 More infoANNUAL 4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZADate: July 4, 2018 Start Time: 5:30 pm | Firework start @ 9:30 pm End Time: N/A Location: Roswell High School | 11595 King Rd, Roswell, GA 30075 Type: Family & Kids More infoKENNESAW’S TRADITIONAL PRE-INDEPENDENCE DAY SALUTE TO AMERICAN CELEBRATIONDate: July 3, 2018 Start Time: 6pm to 10pm Location: 2828 Cherokee Street, Kennesaw, GA 30144 More infoLITHONIA 4TH OF JULY FUNK PARTY IN THE PARKDate: July 4, 2018 Start Time: 3:00 PM-11:00 PM Location: Lithonia City Park & Amphitheater | 2515 Park Drive, Lithonia, GA 30058 More infoFESTIVAL AT THE PARKDate: July 4, 2018 Start Time: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm Location: 8830 Gurley Rd, Douglasville, GA 30134 More info
  • Former President Bill Clinton will be in Atlanta in just over a week for a book event.  He will appear at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre on June 13 at 7:30 p.m. to promote his first novel, 'The President Is Missing.' The book, which goes on sale June 4, is a collaboration between Clinton and best-selling author James Patterson.  As of June 3, tickets for the event are still available at PresidentClintonLive.com or by calling 800-745-3000. There are seats in the grand theater, mezzanine and orchestra area for grabs. Prices range from $55-$75 per regular ticket or $135 for the book bundle, which includes a free copy of “President” at the merchandise stand. There are also wheelchair-accessible seats for $85 (including fees).  » Former President Clinton honors Billy Graham: 'He was a profoundly good man' James Patterson will not be at the Atlanta event, though he will be at an event with Clinton the day before in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 'The President Is Missing' is, as the AJC has previously noted, the first time a U.S. president has collaborated with a novelist on a work of fiction. The trailer for the book is embedded below.  Clinton and Patterson have said the book is packed with twists and turns, presumably beginning with the president going missing. 
  • Catch the Herman Cain Show at its new time! The Herman Cain Show is now one hour on News 95.5 & AM 750 WSB. Listen Monday - Friday from 11:00 a.m. - noon, everyday. Then listen online, anytime, at www.HermanCain.com 
  • UPDATE: AJC’s 2018 guide to July 4th holiday events in Atlanta Celebrate America's independence this weekend with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Peachtree Road Race or check out one of the many festivals and fireworks displays in and around the metro area.  FAIRS, FESTIVALS, ETC.  The Dunwoody 4thof July Parade. Parade steps off at 9 a.m. July 4 at the intersection of Mount Vernon Road and Jett Ferry Road. www.dunwoodyga.org. Decatur’s Pied Piper Parade. The parade ends with a family-friendly event downtown on the square where all can settle-in and enjoy a fireworks show. Parade lineup at 5:30 p.m. July 4 at First Baptist Church of Decatur. The parade starts at 6 p.m. The concert starts at 7 p.m. and the fireworks begin after dark.   www.visitdecaturgeorgia.com. RELATED: You’ve been warned: The worst times to drive this Fourth of July weekend Chamblee 4th of July Celebration. Includes a bike parade, mini train rides, cornhole tournament, live music, food and fireworks. 5-10 p.m. July 4. Keswick Park, 3496 Keswick Dr, Chamblee. www.chambleega.com. Fourth in the Park Celebration on Marietta Square. Parade begins at 10 a.m. July 4 at Roswell Street Baptist Church and travels west on Roswell Street, north on East Park Square past Glover Park and the Square, down Cherokee Street and ends at North Marietta Parkway. There will be an arts and crafts show, free concerts, games and a fireworks show. www.mariettaga.gov. 4th of July Celebration at Centennial Olympic Park. Gates open at 6 p.m. July 4. J-Fly and other bands will perform. Fireworks begin around 9:45 p.m. Free. This year, Lenox Square is partnering with the park for its 4th of July celebration. So, while Lenox will still host the AJC Peachtree Road Race, there will be no fireworks at Lenox Square. We bet the show at Centennial will be bigger than ever. Centennial Olympic Park, 265 Park Ave, West N.W., Atlanta. centennialpark.com.  RELATED: July 4th in Atlanta: A county-by-county guide to when, where to watch fireworks Celebration at Stone Mountain Park. Attractions 10:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Lasershow and fireworks 9:30 p.m. July 1-4. Yes, there will be a Lasershow and fireworks each night. $15 daily parking. Adventure Pass: $28.95 for adults and $26.95 for children when purchased online. Lasershow and fireworks are free. Stone Mountain Park, 1000 Robert E. Lee Dr, Stone Mountain. 770-498-5690, stonemountainpark.com. Coca-Cola July 4th Fest at Six Flags Over Georgia. 10:30 a.m.-10 p.m. July 2-4. $50.99-$52.99 when purchased online. More at the gate. Clck the link below for special admission info. Six Flags Over Georgia, 275 Riverside Pkwy, Austell. 770-948-9290, www.sixflags.com/overgeorgia. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Peachtree Road Race. This is the 48th year for our city’s famous 10k, drawing thousands of participants, volunteers and spectators to Atlanta. The course runs from Buckhead to Piedmont Park, with wheelchair racers starting at 6:43 a.m. and the main start at 7:30 a.m. in waves of racers. For more info, go to ajc.com/peachtree. Fourth of July events of note: »RELATED: When and where to pick up your race number at AJC Peachtree Road Race Health and Fitness Expo 
  • Memorial Day weekend has come, again, and along with showing honor to Atlanta’s local veterans, active and retired military, folks around metro Atlanta will be searching for engaging ways to spend the three-day weekend. Atlanta Jazz Festival 2017 lineup includes Robert Glasper, Macy Gray, Freddy Cole Whether you want to celebrate Memorial Day with a traditional ceremony or by spending the weekend with festive fireworks and friends, metro Atlanta’s list of happenings will not let you down. Here’s a comprehensive list of things to do in Atlanta this Memorial Day weekend: Gwinnett Fast Track 5K. 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday, May 27. $30 per racer, free to watch. Eddie Owens Presents at the Red Clay Theater. 3116 Main St., Duluth. 770-476-2013. www.train-museum.org. Get your run on this Saturday at the Fast Track 5K. It all kicks off at Eddie Owens Presents at the Red Clay Theater with warm-up activities and the race, followed by awards and post-race excitement. Patriotic dress encouraged. Wing Fling. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 27. Free admission, food prices vary. Loganville Town Green. 235 Main St., Loganville. 770-466-1165. www.events.exploregwinnett.org. Come out to see who can produce the best wings at Wing Fling held on the Loganville Town Green this Saturday. Along with delicious wings, you'll also enjoy seeing awards, live music, entertainment and more. Asian Summer Festival. Saturday and Sunday, May 27 and 28. Free. Gwinnett Place Mall. 2100 Pleasant Hill Road, Duluth. 678-430-8541. www.events.exploregwinnett.org. Surround yourself with Asian culture this weekend at the Asian Summer Festival in Duluth. You'll experience live performances, Asian garments, traditional cuisine and even comedians at this not-to-miss event. Memorial Day Weekend at Medieval Times. Thursday through Monday, May 25 through 29. $32 per person. Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament. 5900 Sugarloaf Parkway, Lawrenceville. 770-225-0230. www.medievaltimes.com. Medieval Times will host a special Memorial Day Weekend with reduced ticket prices. Guests will enjoy watching the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament featuring a thrilling show with knights on horseback. Dacula Memorial Day Parade. 10 a.m. Monday, May 29. Free. Hebron Baptist Church. 202 Hebron Church Road, Dacula. 770-963-7451. www.daculaga.gov The town of Dacula will host a special Memorial Day Parade this Monday morning. The parade begins at 10 a.m. at the Hebron Baptist Church and continues down Dacula Road. Memorial Day Ceremony in honor of Gwinnett Fallen Heroes. 1 p.m. Monday, May 29. Free. Gwinnett Fallen Heroes Memorial. 75 Langley Drive, Lawrenceville. 770-822-8000. www.events.exploregwinnett.org. Remember the country's fallen military this Memorial Day with a ceremony at the Gwinnett Fallen Heroes Memorial in Lawrenceville. This televised event will include a traditional ceremony will feature Honor Guard Units from Fire and Emergency Services, the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners, the Police Department, Sheriff's Office, and the Lawrenceville Police Department. Memorial Day 2017: 5 free things to do in Atlanta Cobb 75th Annual Yaarab Shrine Circus and Midway Carnival. Multiple showtimes available, Friday through Monday, May 26 through 29. $7 per person, free for veterans on Memorial Day, free for children ages 10 and under, ride tickets $1.25 each. J.R. Miller Park. 2245 Callaway Road SW, Marietta. 404-872-5818. www.yaarabshrine.net. Don't miss out on the last weekend of the Yaarab Shrine Circus and Midway Carnival in Marietta. You'll see world-famous circus and animal performances followed by family-friendly carnival. Smyrna Memorial Day Ceremony. 9 a.m. Monday, May 29. Free. 20th Century Veterans Memorial. 2800 King St. SE, Smyrna. www.smyrnacity.com. Smyrna celebrates the men and women, past and present, who serve in the military at the 20th Century Veterans Memorial this Monday. Seating starts at 8:30 a.m., followed by the main event at 9. Veterans Memorial 5k Run. 7:30 a.m. Saturday, May 27. $35 per racer, free to race in the Tot Trot, free to watch. Historic Marietta Square. 1 Cherokee St. NE, Marietta. 678-214-5294. www.americanlegion5k.org. Show your support for your local military this Memorial Day with a 5K run around the Historic Marietta Square. Proceeds benefit Georgia veterans and their families. Acworth Memorial Day Ceremony. 10 a.m. Saturday, May 27. Free. Patriots Point at Cauble Park. 4425 Beach St., Acworth. 770-917-1234. www.acworth.org. Join your community in Acworth for a Memorial Day Ceremony at Patriots Point this Saturday. Dedicated engraved pavers will be presented at this event. Marietta Square Military Appreciation Celebration. 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 27. Free. Historic Marietta Square, 1 Cherokee St., Marietta. www.americanlegion5k.org. Marietta will host a Military Appreciation Ceremony on the Square this Saturday with the Presentation of the Colors, a POW/MIA Ceremony, performances by the Georgia Symphony Orchestra and Flag Retirement. Memorial Day 2017: Your all-day (and night) guide to things to do in Atlanta DeKalb Atlanta Game Fest. Thursday through Monday, May 25 through 29. $50 per person, $90 per couple, $100 per family. Atlanta Marriott Perimeter Center. 246 Perimeter Center Parkway NE, Atlanta. www.atlantagamefest.com. If you love playing board and table-top games, come on down to Atlanta Game Fest for a weekend filled with hours of gaming fun. This event will also host the Southeast Regional Championships for Skull King, Diamonds, Nevermore, Letter Tycoon, The Game of 49 and Dimension. Stone Mountain Park Memorial Day Weekend. 10:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Friday through Monday, May 26 through 29. Ticket prices vary, free Adventure Pass and discounted tickets for veterans, active and retired military. Stone Mountain Park. 1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd., Stone Mountain. 800-401-2407. www.stonemountainpark.com. Pay tribute to the troops at Stone Mountain at the Memorial Day Weekend. This event will feature a special 5K/1K and Walk and patriotic fireworks finale. Concerts on the Square: Magno. 7 p.m. Saturday, May 27. Free. The Square in Downtown Decatur. concerts@decaturdba.com. www.decaturdba.com. Downtown Decatur will host a free concert on the Square this Saturday. Magno will perform an upbeat arrangement of old-school and modern hits that everyone will love. Decatur Arts Festival. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, May 27 and 28. Free. Downtown Decatur. 404-371-9583. www.decaturartsfestival.com. Enjoy a little art this Memorial Day weekend at the Decatur Arts Festival taking place in Downtown Decatur. This year's event will include an artist market, live music, comedy and dance performances, a children's festival, parade and more. City of Dunwoody Memorial Day Tribute. 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday, May 29. Free. Brook Run Park. 4770 North Peachtree Road, Dunwoody. 678-382-6700. www.dunwoodyga.gov. Dunwoody honors brave and fallen soldiers this Monday with a Memorial Day Tribute at the Veterans Memorial at Brook Run Park. DeKalb County pools will open Memorial Day weekend North Fulton Pig Pull and Fundraiser for the Marcus Autism Center. 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, May 26. D.B.A. Barbecue. 1190 North Highland Ave. NE, Atlanta. 404-249-5000. www.dbabarbecue.com. Enjoy some savory BBQ this Friday while helping support the Marcus Autism Center at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. D.B.A Barbecue in Atlanta will donate 20% of purchases. Brew at the Zoo 2017. 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, May 27. $45 for members, $50 for members, $75 at the gate. Zoo Atlanta. 800 Cherokee Ave., Atlanta. 404-624-5600. www.zooatlanta.org. Sample over 70 different beers and wine at Brew at the Zoo this Saturday, hosted by Zoo Atlanta. This special Memorial Day event will feature live music across five stages, animal demonstrations, zookeeper talks and guests will receive a commemorative Brew at the Zoo tasting cup. 13th Annual Alpharetta Arts Streetfest. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday through Monday, May 27 through 29. Free. Historic Downtown Alpharetta. 678-596-4180. www.alpha.splashfestivals.com. The streets of Historic Downtown Alpharetta will transform into an arts festival like no other this weekend during the 13th Annual Alpharetta Arts Streetfest. Along with over 90 regional and national artists showcasing their works, you'll enjoy live music, entertainment, activities for the kids and great food. Roswell Remembers Memorial Day Event. 10 a.m. Monday, May 29. Free. Roswell City Hall. 38 Hill St., Roswell. 770-640-3253. www.roswellmemorialday.com. Known as the largest Memorial Day ceremony in Georgia, the Roswell Remembers Memorial Day event will take place at Roswell City Hall this Monday. This traditional ceremony will include the Presentation of the Colors, singing of the National Anthem, Pledge of Allegiance, Invocation, POW/MIA presentation, Laying of the Wreath, special guest speakers, Benediction, a 21-Gun Salute and playing of Taps. Memorial Day River Canoe Trip. 9 a.m. Monday, May 29. $25 for members, $30 for non-members, register by May 26. Chattahoochee Nature Center. 9135 Willeo Road, Roswell. 770-992-2055. www.chattnaturecenter.org. Float along the Chattahoochee River this Monday on the Memorial Day River Canoe Trip. Hosted by the Chattahoochee Nature Center, CNC naturalists will take you on a morning paddle along the Chattahoochee River.
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