GET OUT OF TOWN – For a Renaissance Festival Now – Thru- November 18, 2018 Huntersville, North Carolina The Carolina Renaissance Festival & Artisan Marketplace 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM, FREE Parking, Open Rain or Shine, 16445 Poplar Tent Rd, Info: https://www.carolina.renfestinfo.com/ or call 704-896-5555.
GET OUT OF TOWN – November 17-18, 2018 Sarasota, Florida Sarasota Medieval Fair 10am ~ 5:30pm | Rain or Shine – Where: Ringling Woods behind the Sarasota Fairgrounds 3000 Ringling Blvd. three weekends of exciting tournaments, scrumptious feasts, & pure family fun. Info: http://www.sarasotamedievalfair.com.
GET OUT OF TOWN – For a Renaissance Festival
November 17-18, 2018 Hollywood, Florida Camelot Days 2018 10:00am to 5:30pm @ T.Y. (Topeekeegee Yugnee) Park 3300 N. Park Rd. Tickets: Adults $15, Kids (6-12 yrs) $3, Under 6 Free, Adult Season Pass $40, Plus Park admission. Broward County Parks charges $1.50 per person to enter TY Park on the weekends. Centrally located off of I-95 and Sheridan in Hollywood, Florida, Camelot Days allows you to relive the magic of the past. Explore our kingdom full of musicians, artisans, eateries, knights and jesters. Cheer for your favorite side at the living chess game and joust! Feast like a King on hearty food and drink. Shop for fine handcrafted treasures in the Artists’ Market. Enjoy challenging games and entertaining shows for all ages! Info: https://camelotdays.com/.
GET OUT OF TOWN – November 17-18, 2018 (Mobile) Robertsdale, Alabama Renaissance Faire * Pirate Festival –Celebrating the history and heritage of Medieval Europe as well as the 16th-century Gulf Coast. Each year in the Third week of November The Mobile Renaissance Fair is celebrated as a fun and learning experience of the middle ages. It is a time when young and old dress up as renaissance characters (not required) and head out for a an exciting weekend full of history, music, food, arts, crafts, and games. With 5 stages of constant Live Entertainment and a Real Jousting tournament, Live Shows, Medieval Games of Skill, Historic learning demonstrations and streets scattered with Noble Knights, Goddess Princesses, Dragon Slayers, Mighty Kings, Wizards and many more Medieval Characters you can’t go wrong with this action packed weekend at the Mobile Renaissance Fair November 17-18 2018 at the Medieval Village in Robertsdale, Alabama Info: http://www.gcrf.us/.
November 17 – Dec. 31, 2018 Atlanta, Georgia Festival of the SEAson transforms Georgia Aquarium’s plaza, galleries and exhibits into a winter wonderland, including appearances by Santa and SCUBA Claus, a holiday edition of our live entertainment experience, tree-lighting ceremonies, and Santa Claus events.
November. 17, 2018 – January. 6, 2019 Atlanta, Georgia Garden Lights, Holiday Nights @ The Atlanta Botanical Garden returns with new features and crowd favorites – including new music and motion for last year’s buzz-worthy spectacle, Nature’s Wonders.
Nature’s Wonders – 1,600 Strands of more than 70,000 color changing LED light pixels hang above the Canopy Walk choreographed to ALL-New arrays of music and motion, including the Northern Lights, a storm at sea, a gentle snowfall and more.
This year brings the debut of the Skylights Lounge in the Skyline Garden. Plus, several larger-than-life plant giants from Imaginary Worlds: Once Upon a Time will be awash in holiday glow.
See the Ice Goddess and Tunnel of Light along with the Orchestral Orbs, Radiant Rainforest, Model Trains and other favorites that continue to make the exhibition a must-see holiday tradition.
November 16, 2018 – Jan. 5, 2019
Christmas lights – Callaway Gardens
Fantasy in Lights is a giant holiday light and sound show, with eight million lights, 15 scenes, a Christmas village, and Santa Claus at Callaway Gardens. Special events are held some nights. Reserve holiday meals.
November 15, 2018 – December 23, 2018
Christmas Canteen 2018 Gwinnett’s longest-running theatrical holiday tradition, Christmas Canteen 2018 returns for a 23rd smash year!
This stunning musical revue makes The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, even more wonderful. Brimming with songs, comic sketches, trips down memory lane and a sprinkle of Christmas magic, it’s the holiday show with something for everyone.
November 23, 2018 – December 30, 2018
Reindeer Games A group of talented performers will engage guests in amusing, interactive improv comedy and sing joyful holiday tunes. Spruce up your holiday event with a live performance from Aurora!
November 23, 2018 – December 22, 2018
A Christmas Carol Let Anthony Rodriguez guide you through the traditional tale of Mr. Scrooge and the troop of Dickens’ characters in a one-man presentation of A Christmas Carol with a twist.
The exhilarating one-man Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol returns for a limited 4-week engagement. Nestled in the intimate 80-seat PeachStare Federal Credit Union Studio, the theatre is transformed to make you feel as though Mr. Dickens has personally invited you into his parlor. Although a few amazing theatrical effects have been added, this rendition captures the true spirit of Christmas–the joy of giving. The story is adapted for the stage and directed by Tony Brown. Audiences will remember Mr. Brown from his memorable turns on the Aurora Theatre Stage (Merlin in Camelot, Colonel Mustard in Clue: The Musical).
Botanical Saint Nick
Saturdays, Nov. 24, Dec. 1, 8 and 15, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.: Meet Botanical Saint Nick, clad in his dark green robe and botanical head wreath.
November 24, 2018 –
December 23, 2018
This Wonderful Life This hilariously touching stage adaptation of one of the most popular and heartwarming films ever made will star Atlanta’s own Jeremy Aggers (Singles in Agriculture, Hands on a Hardbody). Mr. Aggers will inhabit all of the wonderful characters from Clarence, Mr. Potter, Uncle Billy, Mary, Mr. Gower, yes even Zuzu. As well as the undeniably iconic George Bailey, who learns that it takes a lot more than money to be the richest man in town.
December 1, 2018 Atlanta, Georgia The Children’s Christmas Parade
An Atlanta tradition at the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Christmas Parade. On Saturday, Dec. 1, the Children’s Christmas Parade will begin at Peachtree and 16th streets at 10:20 a.m. and end at Peachtree and 5th streets. Watch as midtown Atlanta is transformed into Santa Claus Lane with the sights and sounds of the season.
With floats, giant helium-filled balloons and marching bands, the Children’s Christmas Parade is the largest holiday parade in the Southeast. Thousands of spectators will be lined up along the streets eagerly awaiting the arrival of Santa and the official beginning of the holiday season in Atlanta. Can’t make it to Peachtree Street? Tune in to WSB-TV Channel 2 to view the Children’s Christmas Parade live.
The parade will cross the TV zone at Peachtree and 11th streets at 10:30 a.m.
Two individual and unique breakfast events are offered prior to the parade’s start: Breakfast with Santa and the Smiles of the Season Breakfast.
Saturday, Dec. 1, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. @ The Atlanta Botanical Garden
Join emcees Victoria Stilwell and Holly Firfer for the once-a-year fun of dogs in the Garden. Dress your pooch in holiday finery to compete for prizes or to just show off.
Christmas market @ Atlantic Station
Atlanta Christkindl Market is an open-air German holiday market featuring handmade gifts, German food & beverages, and entertainment on Tower Street NW at Atlantic Station. Closed Mondays & Tuesdays except Dec. 17 & 18. Free.
What is a CHRISTKINDL MARKET?
A Christmas market, also known as Christkindlmarkt (literally meaning “Christ Child Market”) is a street market celebrating Christmas during the four weeks of Advent. These markets originated in Germany, Austria, South Tyrol, in Northern Italy and the eastern French regions of Alsace, Lorraine and Savoy. The history of Christmas markets goes back to the Late Middle Ages in the German-speaking part of Europe and in many parts of the former Holy Roman Empire that includes many eastern regions of France and Switzerland. In many towns in Germany and Austria, Advent is usually ushered in with the opening of the Christmas market. Generally held in the town square and adjacent pedestrian zones, the market sells food, drink, and seasonal items from open-air booths, accompanied by traditional singing and dancing. On opening nights visitors welcome the “Christkind” (originally boy Jesus, but more often depicted as an angel-like girl), acted out by a local child, especially at the Christkindlesmarkt in Nuremberg. For More Information Visit: http://christkindlmarket.org/
A Christmas Carol is Charles Dickens’ holiday classic about Scrooge, Tiny Tim, and three Christmas ghosts.
December 01, 2018 10am and 11:30am
Aurora Children’s Playhouse presents Cirque Noel
Akrosphere Aerial & Circus Arts
Experience a wintry circus extravaganza! Watch snowflakes soar on aerial silks, frost fairies fly on trapeze, a juggling Jack Frost, plus a menagerie of chilly characters on lyra, cyr wheel, unicycle, aerial rope, and more! It’s a winter wonderland of circus!
December 08, 2018 10am and 11:30am
Aurora Children’s Playhouse presents – ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas – Piccadilly Puppets
Piccadilly takes a few liberties with the classic holiday poem penned by Clement C. Moore more than 100 years ago. In this version, performed with hand puppets, children will get the real story of that night from a mouse who was an eyewitness to the whole affair. It’s a merry tale with lots of silly twists and turns to entertain and amuse children of all ages.
December 15, 2018
The North Pole Fa-La-La-La Follies – That Puppet Guy
Get ready for hilarious holiday high-jinx as some talented residents of the North Pole perform in their annual talent show. The zany and colorful cast of characters includes a wisecracking fruitcake, a musical goose, tumbling teddy bears, a duo of dancing deer, the “not-so-abominable” snowman and much, much more!
December 22, 2018 10am and 11:30am
Santa’s Missing Mail
Ominous Crook and his sidekick, Skellmutt, are two dastardly bad-guys who are out to stop Christmas by stealing Santa Claus’ mail. You’ll meet some panicked elves, a wise-cracking reindeer, a dim-witted superhero and Santa, himself. The audience will also give David’s friend, Fitzgerald, some help in writing a letter to St. Nick. This 40-minute show incorporates moving-mouth hand puppets and is guaranteed to bring a smile.
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