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When Jim Henson and Kermit the Frog cut the ribbon in 1978, the former Spring Street Elementary School had only one exhibition and a few shows devoted to puppets. Nearly 40 years later, the Midtown space has grown to be the largest nonprofit puppetry theater in the country.
When the Center for Puppetry Arts’ Jon Ludwig and Jason Hines were dreaming up a new Halloween show in 2005, they read dozens of spooky stories ranging from classic Victorian horror to Mark Twain’s satire. The resulting The Ghastly Dreadfuls features eight of those tales, each with its own puppets and live band mixed with song-and-dance.
Tour the city on two wheels, watch a butterfly release, see a Dancing Granny, and build a sand castle in Decatur Square
From baseball to romantic sunset canoe trips, this week in Atlanta is packed with fun things to do.
Kid-friendly musicals, Pete the Cat, YA authors, and egg hunts galore
Step into spring (and festival season) with fairy houses, dinosaurs, science fun, and cherry blossoms galore.
Get into the holiday spirit with caroling, light displays, the Pink Pig, and more
Have a ghostly good time with Headless Horsemen, spooky storytelling, kite flying, carnival games, and more