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We have you covered with the best family-friendly shows, exhibits and special events this month. Also, don’t miss our guide to St. Patrick’s Day Events.

Peter and the Wolf at Sifly Piazza

From the Terminus Ballet Theatre and Alliance Theatre, watch this beloved children’s tale come to life. March 23-24.

Georgia Pinners Conference at Cobb Galleria Centre

Experience more than 200 businesses and 100 interactive classes taught by experts in DIY, home décor, food, fashion, beauty and more. March 24-25.

Peter Pan at Brenau University’s Pearce Auditorium

Watch the Gainesville Ballet Company perform the story of Peter Pan. March 24-26.

Touch-a-Truck at East Lake Marta Station

Children will have the chance to explore the wheels of Decatur with city vehicles and equipment, and you’ll also have a chance to look at the city’s budgeting process. March 25.

Women’s History Month Celebration at Southern Museum

Commemorate Women’s History Month with educational presentations and artifact displays. March 25.

Atlanta Science Festival in Atlanta

Celebrate all things science with this hybrid festival. Through March 25.

Coolray Field Carnival at Coolray Field

Enjoy exciting midway rides and games, fair food, circus shows, a thrilling motorcycle act and more. Through March 26.

Mary Poppins at Byers Theatre

Roswell Dance Theatre presents this tale of the magical nanny as she takes care of the Banks children. March 30-April 1.

The Many Wondrous Realities of Jasmine Starr-Kidd at Alliance Theatre

12-year-old computer genius Jasmine Starr-Kid realizes time travel is easier to figure out than trying to convince her parents to get back together, she decides to take matters into her own hands. Through April 1.

Penguin in My Pocket at Center for Puppetry Arts

A penguin scientist crash lands in the jungle when she’s experimenting with her jetpack, and she must overcome challenges in order to make her way back home. Through April 2.

Orchid Daze at Atlanta Botanical Garden

Enjoy thousands of beautiful orchids at this annual exhibit. Through April 9.

The Atlanta Fair at Old Turner Field – Grey Lot

Kick off spring with classic carnival games, mouth-watering fair food, thrill rides and more. Through April 9.

The Lizard & El Sol at Alliance Theatre

This interactive adventure is based on a famous Mexican folktale about a time when the sun disappeared from the sky. Through April 30.

Past events:

Cirque Italia Water Circus Gold at North Point Mall

Jugglers, mesmerizing aerial performances and contortionist acts all pulled together with water and futuristic lasers. March 2-5.

Little Critters Day at Fernbank Museum

Celebrate warmer weather and sunnier skies with baby animals, seasonal crafts and fun activities. March 4.

Touch-a-Truck at Adams Park

Get close to big trucks, heavy construction and public safety equipment, cool cars and specialty vehicles with this display featuring more than 40 vehicles. March 4.

Sistas of Soul at Aurora Theatre

From Live In Concert Productions, look back at the greatness of the women who shaped the music industry and recorded some of the most memorable music of all time. March 4.

The Big Bounce America at Gwinnett County Fairgrounds

Enjoy three hours of inflatable excitement with themed jump spaces, including The World’s Biggest Bounce House, airSPACE, The Giant and Sport Slam. March 4-5.

Symphony Safari at Atlanta Symphony Hall

Go on a musical safari to discover the animal kingdom and the wonderful sounds of the orchestra. March 5.

WildWoods: AGLOW at Fernbank Museum

Journey into the hidden worlds of nature with this immersive, nighttime experience featuring the real environment and glowing displays. Through March 5.

Cinderella at Gas South Theater

Presented by the Northeast Atlanta Ballet, watch the magical Fairy Godmother transform Cinderella’s life as she pursues true love. March 10-12.

Cinderella at Roswell Cultural Arts Center

Presented by Roswell Dance Starz, this classic tale of Cinderella features a fun and modern twist with ballet, jazz, hip hop and tap dance. March 11.

Twilight Trek at Zoo Atlanta

Take a tour of the Zoo after-hours to learn how animals survive and thrive with the help of the zoo. March 11.

Superhero Science Day at Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Dress up as your favorite superhero to learn how to save the world with the power of science using aerodynamics, bioluminescence, magnetism, combustion, instant ice and physics. March 11.

Harlem Globetrotters

Watch Globetrotter stars with their amazing basketball skills and athleticism for a fun time. March 11-12.

Model Train Show at Clarence Brown Conference Center

See operating model railroads, and shop unique model train items and memorabilia. March 11-12.

UPS Second Sunday at High Museum of Art

Special family-friendly programming includes art-making activities, performances and access to the permanent collection and special exhibits. March 12.

Atlanta Concert Band: Heroes & Villains at Roswell Cultural Arts Center

Every protagonist needs an antagonist in these concert celebrating music from Hollywood, Broadway, the Olympics and more. March 12.

Flying into the Future at Chattahoochee Nature Center

Science and nature collide to bring you STEM-focused activities, including learning about flying animals, testing your tinkering skills, watching a raptor show, creating crafts and more. March 12.

Mad Hatter’s Tea Party at Douglasville Cultural Arts Center

Enjoy a wonderful interactive experience based on “Alice in Wonderland” with flamingo croquet, a musical sing-a-long, storytelling, face painting and more. March 18.

SEC Women’s Gymnastics Championship at Gas South Arena

See gymnasts compete in all eight SEC programs. March 18.

Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella at Morris & Rae Frank Theatre

From the Jerry’s Habima Theatre, view this timeless tale of magic, romance and the power of wishes. Through March 19.

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