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The Sleepy Hollow Experience at Serenbe Playhouse 

Meet the headless horseman of Sleepy Hollow and enjoy this classic tale through theatrics. Rated PG for spooks. Through Nov. 4.

Little Raindrop Songs at Black Box Theatre, Woodruff Arts Center

Puppetry, a two-dimensional set, comic performances and the pajama-pop of Lullatone by The Theatre for the Very Young. Limited tickets available. Through Nov. 10.

Brother Coyote and Sister Fox at Center for Puppetry Arts

Quick-witted Sister Fox stays one step ahead of Brother Coyote in this delightful Mexican folktale with English, Spanish and plenty of chickens. Through Nov. 11.

Naturally Artistic Interactive Exhibits at Chattahoochee Nature Center

Visit four outdoor art stations to create your own art. This year, explore wind, water, earth and fire. Through Nov. 30.

The Battery Atlanta Movie Series

Family-friendly movies including “Jurassic World,” “Minions” and more Friday nights through Nov. 30 at the Plaza outside.

Nature’s Superheroes: Life at the Limits at Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Explore the diversity of life as you discover the extreme adaptations that allow organisms to thrive all over the world. Through Jan 1.

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: A Grr-ific Exhibit at Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Step into Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, where Daniel and his friends help children navigate their world. Play, sing, explore and pretend in some favorite and familiar places from the Neighborhood. Through Jan. 6.

Meteorite Headlines at Tellus Science Museum

At the center of this exhibit is a 1980 Chevrolet Malibu struck by the Peekskill Meteorite in 1992. Other featured casualties include a mailbox, a window, a radio and more headliners. Through March 24.

Native American Festival and Pow Wow at Stone Mountain Park

Native American dance, music, craft demos, cooking, storytelling and wildlife presentations. Nov. 1-4.

Adventures in Science Day at Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Investigate what it’s like to be a scientist and explore scientific fields. Talk one-on-one with scientists and community volunteers, learn more about sciences through hands-on activities and more. Nov. 3.

Taste of Kennesaw in Downtown Kennesaw

Taste bites from over 40 restaurants and enjoy the children’s area. Nov. 3.

Model Railroad Days at Southeastern Railway Museum

Layouts featuring a variety of trains will be on display, plus take a ride on historic miniature trains. Nov. 3 and 4.

National Pumpkin Destruction Day at The Rock Ranch

Bring your pumpkin and watch all the ways it can be destroyed with monster trucks or even airplanes. Nov. 3.

World Lemur Day at Zoo Atlanta

Learn more about the three lemur species at Zoo Atlanta – black-and-white-ruffed lemurs, crowned lemurs and ring-tailed lemurs. Family activities highlighting these animals. Nov. 3.

Celebrate Day of the Dead at Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Join Alma Mexicana for a special celebration of the Day of the Dead. Crafts, skeleton family dance and more. Nov. 3.

Junie B. Jones Is Not a Crook at Roswell Cultural Arts Center

Junie B. is on a mission to prove she’s not a nutball, avenge her black furry mitten and get a new colorful pen, too. Nov. 3 and 10.

Chastain Park Arts Festival

Fine art and crafts vendors, a children’s area and local food concessions. Nov. 3-4.

Music for the Very Young: Peter & Friends at Atlanta Symphony Hall

Inspired by Sergei Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, this version developed specifically for toddlers will have them playing like ducks, catching a dastardly wolf, and engaging with music. Nov. 3-4 and 17-18.

Music, Nature and Us at the European School of Music

Nature-themed songs performed by European School of Music vocal students and teachers, accompanied on piano and guitar. Also features a talk about the connection between nature and music. Nov. 4.

So You Think You Can Dance Live! at the Fox Theatre

See the hit TV show performed live with the top 10 finalists and the season 15 winner. Nov. 7.

Sesame Street Live! Make Your Magic 

When a magician visits Sesame Street to put on a magic show, Elmo wants to be part of the big event. Features Elmo, Abby, Cookie Monster, Big Bird and more. Nov. 9-11 and Nov. 16-18.

The Super Run

10K, 5K and kids’ run in superhero costumes. Nov. 10.

Atlanta Veterans Day Parade

Honor those who served our country, with this year’s theme, “The Battles Between the Wars.” Nov. 10.

Second Sundays at the High Museum of Art

Free admission to the Museum the second Sunday of each month, and family programs include art making, storytimes and more. November’s theme is “Meet the New High.” Nov. 11.

Family Fun at Woodruff Arts Center

Families can enjoy activities including interactive storytimes, art making workshops, drop-in acting classes and more. Nov. 11.

License to Chill Snow Island at Margaritaville at Lanier Islands

Snow tubing hill, winter-themed carnival rides, an ice skating rink, a fire pit with s’mores and photos with Santa. Nov. 16-Feb. 24.

Snow Mountain at Stone Mountain Park

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 Nov. 17- Feb. 24.

The Harvest Hunt at Historic Oakland Cemetery

Gather a group of friends for sleuthing on this self-guided scavenger hunt through the cemetery. Nov. 19-25.

Thanksgiving Day Half Marathon and 5K at Georgia State Stadium

Celebrate Thanksgiving Day with the Atlanta Track Club and earn the right to eat your turkey dinner. Nov. 22.

Day After Thanksgiving at the High Museum of Art

Art-making workshops, storytime, gallery tours, scavenger hunts, and a photo booth. Nov. 23.

The Sound of Music at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center

See the beloved musical story of Maria and the von Trapp Family and hear favorites like “Do-Re-Mi” and “Edelweiss.” Nov. 23-24.

Disney in Concert: A Silly Symphony Celebration at Atlanta Symphony Hall

Features classic Disney cartoons with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performing the score live. Nov. 25.

30+ Not-to-Miss November Events
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