There are lots of ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Atlanta with kids. I love the idea of making New Year’s Eve a family friendly holiday vs. a forced party for adults that’s impossible or expensive to find a sitter to attend. If you’d like to do something with the kids this New Year’s Eve, here are some things to do on New Year’s Eve in Atlanta with kids.Read More
For those who love a fresh cut Christmas tree, we have put together a guide to where to buy fresh Christmas trees, as well as cut-your-own Christmas trees near you at local Christmas tree farms in and around the Atlanta metro area. Be sure to call before you head out to make sure they still have trees available.
This post has the best Atlantic Station ice skating tips and tricks – plus ways to save on your visit the festive skate the station.
Ice skating Atlanta style used to mean heading to Centennial Park, but now Atlanta has more than 15 amazing seasonal outdoor rinks, all with a different personality. Choose the right one for you.
Nothing will make a child’s Christmas more magical than letters from Santa. Really. A letter from Santa is gold! And it doesn’t take much to make this heartwarming event happen, especially with the help of USPS. It’s not too late to create a little “sugar and spice” for your little one!
The Avalon ice skating rink is Alpharetta’s holiday ice rink. When done skating, there are tons of amazing restaurants to grab a bite. It’s perfect for an outing with friends or an awesome date night.
My family visited the Rock City Christmas fun at Enchanted Garden of Lights this year, and it was a blast! It’s something I had wanted to do for awhile, but we just hadn’t made it during our busy holiday season before. I’m so happy we made the time! It was a really fantastic time for all of us.