What are you doing this weekend? January 9-12

Monster trucks and more
Pieces from Jayson Niles' "Animalis" exhibit.

Photograph courtesy of Swan Coach House

Atlanta, we’re not gonna lie, it’s been a rough week. Tuesday’s iceberg temps froze us to the core, and the idea of leaving the house in that nonsense? Forget about it. But the temps are back on the rise now that the weekend is finally upon us. If you’re going a little stir-crazy, here are a few ideas to get you out and about again.

Jeff Dunham
The Comedy Central darling brings his colorful cast of puppets to Philips tonight. Fans can expect new jokes from famous characters including hillbilly Bubba J, skeletal terrorist Achmed, mohawked purple thing Peanut, and José, the jalapeño inexplicably on a stick. Thursday, 7:30 p.m. philipsarena.com

Star Wars at Legoland
The entire weekend at the Legoland Discovery Center in Phipps Plaza is dedicated to all things Jedi, but tonight, an adults-only party lets more seasoned fans enjoy trivia, a scavenger hunt, and meet–and-greets members of the 501st legion without worrying about being shown up by a bunch of padawans. Adult night: Thursday 7 p.m.; Family event: Friday through Sunday. legolanddiscoverycenter.com/atlanta

In his sculpture pieces on display at the gallery at Swan Coach House, Jayson Niles creates animal likenesses out of materials such as fur and wood. Imagined creatures such as a squirrel with swooping antlers and a hoof is equal parts bewitching and bizarre. Opening Thursday 6 p.m., through February 21. swancoachhouse.com

Monster Jam
Even if you can’t see the appeal in ridiculously huge trucks smushing other trucks (or won’t admit it), kids most certainly can, and with trucks branded by cartoon favorites Scooby-Doo and Spider-Man (the former shaped like the iconic canine’s head), this Georgia Dome event is sure to thrill. Saturday 7 p.m. monsterjam.com

Travis Tritt
The Marietta-born CMA and Grammy award winner gives an acoustic performance at the Cobb Energy Centre. Friday 8 p.m. cobbenergycentre.com

The Taming of the Shrew/Timon of Athens
Shakespeare Tavern alternates the popular comical romance of Kate and Petruchio with performances of the lesser-known tragedy of Athenian philosopher Timon, a work that is sometimes cataloged as one of Shakespeare’s “problem plays.” Through January 26. shakespearetavern.com

Snow Mountain
Most Atlanta kids got a snow day this week, but adults trekked into work as usual, and there was certainly no white stuff on the ground. Unleash your inner child by tubing over the artificially frosty hills of Stone Mountain and show kids what a real snow day is all about. Through February 17. stonemountainpark.com