30+ Not-to-Miss February Events
Snow tubing hill, winter-themed carnival rides, an ice skating rink, a fire pit with s’mores and photos with Santa. Through Feb. 24.
Stone Mountain transforms into a Winter Wonderland, and brings lots of snow to Atlanta. Tube down snow-covered hills, build a snowman, throw snowballs, and more. Galactic Snow Tubing with lights and lasers after 5:30 p.m. Select dates through Feb. 24.
Enjoy international performers, circus arts and music. Through March 3.
This historical hoedown honors Paul Bunyan, John Henry, Pecos Bill and Hekeke of the Miwok tribe with tall tales. Through March 10.
Explore kung fu, surfing, snowboarding, yoga and climbing. Test ability, and build strength, coordination, balance and more. Through May 27.
With the help of a few feathered friends, Ziggy learns to face his fears. Featuring the music of Bob Marley and based on the children’s book by his daughter Cedella. Feb. 1-24.
Learn about valuable contributions of great African Americans in history through stories and songs during Peach State Flyer performances. Feb. 4-28.
Celebrate Roswell’s African-American history and culture with a series of events including concerts, artistic spotlights, speeches, exhibits and more. Through Feb. 28.
A chance for board game fans from across the Southeast to gather. Hundreds of board games available for play. Ages 15 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Feb. 7-10.
Tour the final resting place of Atlanta’s black history pioneers, including Maynard Jackson, Atlanta’s first AfricanAmerican mayor. Feb. 7, 12, 16 and 23.
Horton the Elephant, the Cat in the Hat and all of your favorite
Dr. Seuss characters spring to life onstage in Seussical Jr. Feb. 8-9.
Explore a candy-filled wonderland with a marshmallow pit, tons of pieces of art decorated with candy, whimsical swings and more. Feb. 8-June 2.
From marauding pirates and jungle tyrants to unwilling comrades and
unlikely heroes, this production explores the bonds of friendship, duty and love. Feb. 8-10, 14-17, 21-24.
Join musicians and storytellers in songs inspired by classic stories, which will have kids dancing, playing and engaging with music. Feb. 9-10 and 16-17.
Meet camp representatives from Atlanta and beyond and choose where your child will make lasting summer memories. Feb. 9.
Listen for the sounds of winter and gaze at the stars while taking a journey with naturalists. Campfire to follow. Feb. 9.
Discover the largest creatures to ever take to the skies and enjoy handson activities to welcome the exhibit Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of the Dinosaurs. Feb. 9.
A weekend full of cultural entertainment including the traditional dragon and lion dances, Chinese folk music, arts and dance as well as authentic Chinese foods. Feb. 9 and 10.
Festive entertainment including the lion dance, dance groups and musical performances. Browse the mall for authentic Chinese food, art and products. Feb. 9 and 10.
Free admission to the Museum the second Sunday of each month, and family programs including art making, storytimes and more. February’s theme is Pitter Patterns. Feb. 10.
Drama workshops for ages preschool to fifth grade with games, storytelling and more. Feb. 10.
Children will explore the museum and encounter different types of maker activities, working with the museum’s special guests and staff and learning how to design, create and build. Feb. 13.
Presentation including species identification, the importance of the bird count and how to enter data into the global database, followed by a birdwatching hike. Feb. 15-18.
The concert will feature all five levels of the Georgia Boy Choir,
plus performances by the various choirs attending and festival
participants. Feb. 16.
Elachee Birding Hike: Great Backyard Bird Count at Elachee Chicopee Woods Aquatic Studies Center at Chicopee Lake
Hike around the center and help collect data on local wild birds. Bring binoculars and dress for the weather. Event cancelled if raining. Feb. 16.
Bird-watching tours, experts will provide backyard birding advice, crafts and activities for children and a scavenger hunt. Feb. 16.
Learn about Panola’s history through hands- on demonstrations that depict everyday life during the 1820s and 1830s at the Parker House. Feb. 17.
The Avengers, the Guardians of the Galaxy and Spider-Man join forces with Doctor Strange in a race against time to recover the Wand of Watoomb before it falls into Loki’s hands in this stunt show. State Farm Arena, Feb. 17-18. Infinite Energy Center, Feb. 22-24.
Celebrate one of the most beautiful animals living under our seas – coral and experience Caribbean culture through Carnival-inspired interactive and educational activities. Feb. 18.
Spirituals, gospel songs and holy blues, all with modern dance. Family Matinee program on Feb. 23, 2 p.m., featuring a post-performance Q&A with the dancers. Feb. 21-24.
Fall in love with this celebrated fairy tale all over again with a one-hour production designed for children ages 12 and younger. Feb. 21 and Feb. 23-24.
See marching bands, special guests, entertainers, decorated floats and more. 1-4 p.m. The parade starts at Hurt Park(Gilmer and Peachtree Center Avenue) and ends at Centennial Olympic Park Drive and Baker Street. Feb. 23.
Watch huge Monster Jam trucks race, soar and smash through obstacles. Feb. 23-24.
Visit after hours and see how exhibits come alive. Mystery
museum tours, sensory experiences with touch, feel and smell
stations, campfire stories, glow-in-the-dark games and more. Feb. 1.
Fans can test football skills with the 3 Cone Drill, 4-Yard Dash and Broad Jump, get a photo with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, view all 52 Super Bowl rings and get NFL player autographs. Through Feb. 2.
Journey with Prince Ivan on the back of a grey wolf in search of the dazzling Firebird. Mr. Damon invites young artists from the audience to become a part of the stories. Feb. 2.