Summer Adventures Day at Chattahoochee Nature Center

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Dragon Con at Downtown Atlanta

The largest pop culture convention featuring comics, film, TV and gaming will have a parade, a Kid’s Track, games, contest and more. Aug. 29-Sept. 2.

Nickelodeon Slime City Atlanta at Piedmont Peachtree Crossing

Take a trip to the greenest, gooiest place on Earth – explore Slime HQ, visit the Great Wall of Slime and dance at the Slime Light Club. Through Aug. 30.

TinyCON at Children’s Museum of Atlanta

This celebration of fantasy, science fiction, comics, gaming and technology is just for kids. Wear costumes, design your own lightsaber, decorate shields and more. Aug. 31-Sept. 1.

Master Wu’s Mission at Legoland Discovery Center

Complete Master Wu’s challenges, discover your ninja power in the training camp, create a ninja battle sequence through stop motion and more. Through Aug. 31.

Old MacDonald’s Farm – Theater for the Very Young at Center for Puppetry Arts

This interactive show is full of rod puppets, music and farm fun. Through Sept 1.

Children of Eden at Aurora Theatre

This musical tells the story of creation and the great flood, depicting themes of love and family. Through Sept. 1.

Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit at Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Visit the McStuffins Toy Hospital and play doctor while solving problems. Through Sept. 8.

The Pursuit of Everything: Maira Kalman’s Books for Children at High Museum of Art

This colorful and imaginative exhibition will provide a look into Maira Kalman’s picture-book career with more than 100 works on view including original drawings and paintings, manuscripts and installations. Through Sept. 15.

Wire & Wood: Designing Iconic Guitars at Museum of Design Atlanta

This exhibition explores the basics of guitar design and how some guitars have become icons. Through Sept. 29.

Imaginary Worlds: Alice and Wonderland at Atlanta Botanical Garden

Larger-than-life whimsical plant sculptures come back to the Garden, and this year Alice in Wonderland sculptures are added to the already impressive collection, which include the dragon, mammoth and other favorites. Through Oct. 27.

Past Events:

2019 JCC Maccabi Games at The Marcus Jewish Community Center

Olympic-style sporting competition brings teen athletes from around the globe to compete in sporting competitions, perform community service and connect. Through Aug. 2.

Trains, Trucks and Tractors at Southeastern Railway Museum

Antique tractors and vehicles will be on display, and food, train rides, hayrides and more will be available for purchase. Aug. 2-4.

Old Soldiers Day Parade at Grand Stand

Celebrate history and honor veterans while enjoying bands, floats, live entertainment and free hot dogs and drinks. Aug. 3.

Cool Dads Rock Soapbox Derby at Historic Fourth Ward Park

Watch homemade cars race downhill for prizes. Enjoy music, food trucks and activities. Aug. 3.

NAPA/Braves Pinewood Derby Day at SunTrust Park

Watch Cub Scouts compete in a tournament style Pinewood Derby. Between races, Scouts and their families will be able to participate in the NAPA Autocare Atlanta Pit Stop Challenge, a Photo Booth and a behind-the-scenes tour of SunTrust Park. Aug. 3.

Mall of Georgia Play Area Grand Opening

Families are invited to join in for a super-duper reveal of the brand new, reimagined, interactive 4,000 square foot play area in Von Maur Court. Aug. 3.

Summer Adventures Day at Chattahoochee Nature Center

Celebrate the end of summer by canoeing and trying other outdoor skills. Aug. 4.

BeltLine Walls at Atlanta BeltLine

Appreciate murals on the Northeast (interim) Trail by Mason Fine Art, and enjoy a Family Paint Day and performances by Soul Food Cypher and Serenbe Playhouse. Aug. 4.

Matilda at Legacy Theatre

Based on Roald Dahl’s “Matilda,” this musical follows a girl with psychokinetic powers. Through Aug. 4.

Circo Hermanos Vazquez at Plaza Vista

Human cannonballs, dancers, acrobats, feats of strength and more entertain in this modern take on the traditional circus. Through Aug. 4.

Pocahontas at Serenbe Playhouse

Pocahontas shares the authentic tale of her beautiful homeland in this adaptation by Native American playwright Kara Morrison. Through Aug. 4.

African Savanna Opening at Zoo Atlanta

Learn about life on the savanna with new and expanded habitats for African elephants, giraffes, zebras, ostriches, warthogs and meerkats. Aug. 8.

Strange Saturday at The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum

See the transformed museum lobby into a must-see mall of Stranger Things, and enjoy costumes, giveaways, 80s arcade games and more. Aug. 10.

Secret Agent 23 Skidoo Concert at Roswell Cultural Arts Center

Enjoy this fun-filled family hip-hop show performed by Secret Agent 23 Skidoo. Aug. 10.

Slip-n-Slide Extravaganza at Leita Thompson Park

Slip-n-slide down three different slides, and enjoy food, music and fun. Aug. 10.

KIDZ BOP World Tour at Ameris Bank Amphitheatre

Enjoy the latest radio hits, engaging set design, exciting choreography and more at this kid-friendly concert led by kids. Aug. 10.

Night at the Museum at Tellus Science Museum

Meet your favorite historical figures and science fiction characters at this event. Aug. 10.

Family Night Hike and Campfire at Chattahoochee Nature Center

Explore the sights of the forest and wetlands, listen for the calls of owls and enjoy a warm campfire. Aug. 10.

Second Sunday at High Museum of Art

Enjoy free admission to the museum, live music, art-making workshops, story times, a library pop-up and more. Aug. 11.

The Wonderful World of Disney Returns at Roswell Cultural Arts Center

Wear your Disney costumes, and listen to the Atlanta Concert Band perform a full array of popular Disney tunes. Aug. 11.

World Elephant Day at Zoo Atlanta

Find out about the challenges elephants face in the wild, and learn what you can do to help. Aug. 12.

Back to School Bash at Hammond Park

Celebrate the start of the new school year with water slides, games, a DJ, face painting, snow cones, popcorn and more. Aug. 13.

Golden Frog Day at Zoo Atlanta

These frogs are now considered extinct in the wild. Learn about the conservation efforts to help save this species. Aug. 14.

The Mother of All Baby Showers at Park Tavern

Try out the best and latest pregnancy and parenting products at this adults-only event. Enjoy food and drinks, mini spa treatments, local products and services, hands-on educational sessions on the ABC’s of pregnancy and parenting and more than $20K in giveaways. Aug. 15.

Any Great Change: Centennial of the 19th Amendment at Atlanta History Center

This exhibition documents how women gained the vote and the ways they have used political power over the last century. Opens Aug. 16.

Dinosaur Birthday Bash at Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Join a prehistoric party to celebrate the anniversary of Giants of the Mesozoic, a permanent exhibition at the museum. Aug. 17.

PAW Patrol Live! Race to the Rescue at Fox Theatre

Marshall, Chase, Skye, Rubble, Rocky, Zuma and Everest race to rescue Mayor Goodway and share lessons about citizenship, social skills and problem-solving.  Aug. 17-Aug. 18.

Monster Fish: In Search of the Last River Giants at Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Dive beneath the surface of the world’s rivers in search of bizarre and extraordinary species of freshwater fish. Through Aug. 18.

The Wiggles Party Time Tour at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

Experience all the fun of The Wiggles in person. Watch Emma, Lachy, Simon and Anthony perform, and sing and dance along to all your favorite songs. Aug. 19.

Family Free Day at Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Enjoy an interactive day celebrating innovation and creativity. This event’s theme is “Art & Music.” Aug. 21.

PGA Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club

The TOUR Championship is the culminating event of the PGA TOUR Playoffs with only the top 30 players qualifying each year. Aug. 21-25.

Jurassic Quest at Georgia World Congress Center

View more than 80 true-to-life size dinosaurs, some of which roar, move or walk around. Children can also dig up fossils, ride a T. Rex, visit the Dinosaur Petting Zoo and more. Aug. 23-25.

Twilight Trek at Zoo Atlanta

Venture into the Zoo to explore African Savanna animals at dusk. Aug. 23.

Angelica Hale’s Hometown Show at Byers Theatre

Music sensation Angelica Hale headlines a hometown show featuring three other popular acts from “America’s Got Talent”. Aug. 24.

Stadium Fun Run at SunTrust Park

Support blood cancer research, run a 3K inside the Atlanta Braves park, and receive a t-shirt and a ticket to the Braves game on Sept. 21. Aug. 25.

Coca-Cola Film Festival at Fox Theatre

Celebrate the 80th anniversary of “The Wizard of Oz” at this special movie experience. Aug. 25.

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