Grab & Go Kids Planner
Let your kids be cool "Music Cats" or enjoy a father/daughter day at Turner Field.
Where/When: The Music Class, 924 Garrett St., SE, Atlanta, Sunday, September 4 through Sunday, November 20, 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.
Why go: These 45 minutes long classes include a current copy of “Music Pups” CD and a songbook, plus an additional “Music Cats” CD. Your children will be challenged by activities that encourage ability and creativity.
Pricing: $151.50 per set of classes. For more information: www.themusicclass.com.
Where/When: Turner Field, 755 Hank Aaron Dr., SW, Atlanta, Saturday, September 3, 7 p.m.
Why go: Daughters like baseball, too, Dad! Take your little girl to Turner Field to see the Braves battle the Los Angeles Dodgers for a night of memories.
Pricing: Tickets range from $6 to $161 each. http://www.ticketsnow.com/InventoryBrowse/Atlanta-Braves-Tickets-at-Turner-Field-in-Atlanta?PID=1037212&partnercode=Eventful.com
Where/When: Imagine IT! Children’s Museum of Atlanta, 275 Centennial Olympic Park Dr., NW, Atlanta, Saturday, September 3, 12 p.m.
Why go: Chris Draft, former NFL player, will read from his book, “Do You Want to Play Catch” to children at this event. Draft will be available to sign books after the reading.
Pricing: Free with museum admission.
Where/When: Georgia Aquarium, 225 Baker St, NW, Atlanta, Friday, September 2, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Why go: Party with University of Georgia and Boise State cheerleading squads as you celebrate the college football season kickoff at the Georgia Aquarium. There will be live salsa and jazz music, food you can purchase and a cash bar – in other words: something for everyone at this all-ages party!
Pricing: Tickets are $19.95 for adults, $16.95 for seniors and $14.95 for children (plus tax) and can be purchased at www.georgiaaquarium.org/cfabowlfans.
Where/When: Aurora Children’s Playhouse, 128 East Pike St., Lawrenceville, GA, Saturday, September 3, 10 a.m.
Why go: Isn’t it worth the drive to Gwinnett County to see this combination of Indian drama and dance? Give your kids a dose of culture this weekend.