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We have you covered for the best family-friendly events this month: theatre, exhibits, virtual events and more. Don’t miss our Top Halloween Events. Also check out our guide to the best Fall Festivals and Fairs.

Oodles of Doodles at Alliance Theatre

Filled with live music, movement, imaginative drawings and engaging storytelling, this show helps little ones ages 0-5 learn to express themselves. Through Oct. 27.

Día de Muertos Festival at Roswell City Hall

Enjoy Mexican food, crafts, Aztec dancers, face painting and more. Oct. 28.

Dia de Muertos at Jess Lucas Park

This Hapeville celebration will include art exhibits, live music, performances, workshops and family fun. Oct. 28.

Día de los Muertos Festival at Woodruff Arts Center

This family-friendly festival includes live music, a mariachi performance, stilt walkers, face painting, traditional Mexican games and more. Oct. 29.

Native American Culture of the Southeast at Riverside Park

This special event highlights the cultural significance of Native Americans in the Southeast with a demonstrations from Jim Sawgrass, who is of Creek descent. Oct. 29.

Día de Muertos at Atlanta Symphony Hall

This musical program celebrates Mexican heritage and Latino cultures with dancing skeletons and live music. Oct. 29.

Fall Family Fun at Atlanta Botanical Garden

Explore fall-themed activities just for little ones. Through Oct. 29.

FUNBOX: The World’s Biggest Bounce Park at Sugarloaf Mills and Town Center at Cobb

This 25,000-square-feet inflatable playground is filled with 10 thrilling play zones, including the Tumble Temple, Marshmallow Mountain, Gumball’s Gallop and an obstacle course. Through Nov. 19 and Dec. 3.

Into the Burrow: A Peter Rabbit Tale at Alliance Theatre

Journey down the rabbit hole for a musical adventure with Peter Rabbit and beloved characters from Beatrix Potter’s stories. Through Dec. 23.

Vikings: Warriors of the Sea at Fernbank Museum

Explore Viking culture, society and technology with more than 140 authentic artifacts, including archeological discoveries, jewelry and more. Through Jan. 1.

Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature at High Museum of Art

This playful exhibit showcases renowned children’s author Beatrix Potter’s works with more than 125 personal objects. Through Jan. 7.

Past events:

Disney On Ice: Magic in the Stars at Gas South Arena

Chart a course through the night sky with characters from “Frozen,” “Encanto,” “Aladdin” and more. Sept. 28-Oct. 1.

Repticon Presents Epic at Gas South Convention Center

See tons of exotic reptiles and animals from all around the world. Sept. 30-Oct. 1.

Hansel & Gretel at Gas South District

From the Sugarloaf Youth Ballet, watch this spectacular production of the classic fairytale. Sept. 30-Oct. 1.

Disney Junior Live On Tour: Costume Palooza! at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

Mickey, Minnie and their pals are hosting a huge costume party, but mysterious green rain, wind and smoke interrupt the fun. Can Spidey and his fellow heroes save the party? Oct. 5.

Twilight Trek at Zoo Atlanta

Explore the latest research technology to discover what the animals do when the humans are away with InfraRed technology, trail cameras and more. Oct. 6.

North Georgia Live Steamers at Georgia International Horse Park

Go on a train ride on the Conyers & Hightower Trail Railroad. Oct. 7.

AirDotShow Tour at Atlanta Regional Airport – Falcon Field

Watch fantastic flight performances from F-22 Raptor Demo Team, USAF Heritage Flight, REMAX Parachute Team and more. Oct. 7-8.

UPS Second Sunday at High Museum of Art

Enjoy art-making activities, performances and the permanent and special exhibitions. Oct. 8.

Heavy Metal in Motion at Tellus Science Museum

See helicopters land, hear the sirens of fire engines, explore huge construction equipment, watch a partial solar eclipse and more. Oct. 14.

Frances McGahee Youth Day Parade and Celebration in Roswell

Celebrate Roswell’s youngest residents with a parade and fun activities, including food trucks, touch-a-truck and more. Oct. 14.

Chemistry Day at Fernbank Science Center

Watch a chemistry magic show, try STEM activities, view the solar eclipse and a planetarium program, and explore the Science Gallery. Oct. 14.

The Rainbow Fish at Center for Puppetry Arts

Based on the colorful story, the beautiful Rainbow Fish discovers the deep sea wonderland, exploring shapes, sizes and colors. Through Oct. 15.

Atlanta Fly Day at Atlanta Regional Airport – Falcon Field

Challenge Air’s annual Fly Day allows families who have kids with special needs to experience what it’s like to fly. Oct. 21.

Autumn at the Cabin at Pickett’s Mill Battlefield Historic Site

Enjoy the fall season with changing leaves, games, demonstrations and preparing for winter. Oct. 21.

Fairies in the Garden at Woodlands Garden

Find artistic fairy houses made from natural materials hidden throughout the eight-acre garden. Through Oct. 21.

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