EVENTS HAPPENING FOR
SMALL CHANGE IN ATLANTA

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February 8 - March 12
UNIVERSOUL CIRCUS
Tickets from $20; Discounts Available Gold Lot Turner Field
universoulcircus.com
Now in its 24th year, UniverSoul Circus celebrates the unique and familiar aspects of urban pop cultures and ethnicities from around the world into a stellar production that blends circus arts, theater and music. It’s fresh, cool and hip approach to live family entertainment has earned it a coveted spot as one of Ticketmaster’s top ten most requested family attractions.

Friday, February 10
PANCAKES & BOOZE ART SHOW
$5.00 Gen Admn; Georgia Freight Depot
65 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.

gba.georgia.gov/freight-room
Atlanta’s underground art show returns with over 100 emerging artists showcasing their hottest work in a Warhol-style, anything-goes, massive warehouse environment. There will be live music, body painting, multimedia displays and free pancakes. The show originated in 2009 in Los Angeles and since has popped up in 30 cities around the world. Each show draws as many as 1000 guests.

Sundays in February 1 - 4 PM
CREAT ATL FAMILY FESTIVAL
Free; Woodruff Arts Center
woodruffcreateATL.org
CREATE ATL Family Fun is an educational program from the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and High Museum of Art. Toddler Tour is at the High Museum of Art. Children ages five and above will enjoy the introductory Ukulele Workshop and contemporary dance performances by Staibdanc, and the Alliance Theatre’s Parents and Tots Drama Workshop. Families can also take home a print and digital photo from the CREATE ATL photo booth.

Saturday, February 11
EMORY JAZZ FEST 2017
Emory Big Band and the Gary Motley Trio; Emerson Concert Hall
arts.emory.edu
The Saturday night program of Emory Jazz Fest 2017 features the Gary Motley Trio along with the Emory Big Band and the Emory University Symphony Orchestra Strings in a free concert. The Friday night concert is a ticketed event and features saxophonist Teodross Avery and the Gary Motley Trio in concert.

Monday, February 20
FREE PARK DAYS
Free
nps.gov/national-park-week
The National Park Service just turned 100 years old! Celebrate the start of our second century by visiting a park in 2017. During ten days of the year, all National Park Service sites that charge an entrance fee will offer free admission to everyone. Come out and enjoy this Presidents Day.

Saturday, February 25
BLACK HISTORY PARADE
12 - 5 pm; Free; Sweet Auburn District
blackhistorymonthparade.com
The Black History Month Parade celebrates the culture, heritage, history and accomplishments of Black/ African American people in the United States and from across the world. The parade features marching bands, entertainers, dignitaries, civic groups, non-profits, celebrities, corporate groups, artistic expressionist, entertainment and fun for the whole family. Parade begins at the King Center National Park and ends at Woodruff Park.

Thursday, March 2
DOWNTOWN ART WALK
Free; 80 Forsyth Street Downtown Atlanta
atlantadowntown.com
Experience Atlanta’s art scene by taking a take a self-guided tour of the downtown galleries featuring fabulous contemporary Southern art. View the arts, tour the historic districts of Downtown and enjoy various discounts at Downtown restaurants.

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