Spring Time Fun in Atlanta

Posted On March 23, 2017 by Julio Perez-Bravo (B.A. ’15/J.D. ’18)
**Photo courtesy of the garenfest.com**

**Photo courtesy of garenfest.com**

Springtime not only brings warmer weather to the city of Atlanta, but also an array of diverse events that suits almost everyone’s needs.

Check out the list of events below:

1. Atlanta Fair, February 24 – April 2
Come out to the fair and ride the ferris wheel, the Flying Dutchman, or the 45-foot Ring of Fire, or just enjoy the food and cotton candy. https://atlantaplanit.wabe.org/events/atlanta-fair/

2. 18th Annual Atlanta Francophonie Festival, March 12 – March 31
Experience a French environment with events ranging from film watching, live theater, French-immersion classes, and much more. https://atlantaplanit.wabe.org/events/18th-annual-atlanta-francophonie-festival/

3. Atlanta Dogwood Festival, April 7-9
This festival is a favorite among Atlanta-area residents, you can visit the festival’s Fine Artist Market and enjoy face painting and inflatables with your little ones at the Kids Village. https://atlantaplanit.wabe.org/events/atlanta-dogwood-festival/

4. Spring EGG-stravaganza, Saturday, April 8
The Spring EGG-stravaganza is all about fun and games, and there are live baby animals on site. https://atlantaplanit.wabe.org/events/spring-egg-stravaganza/

5. Georgia Renaissance Festival, every Saturday and Sunday, April 15 – June 4
The Renaissance Festival will celebrate its 31st year with renaissance culture, games, food, drinks, and an Artisan market. https://atlantaplanit.wabe.org/events/georgia-renaissance-festival/

6. Festival Peachtree Latino, Monday, April 17
Enjoy live performances, exhibitions, arts and crafts from all over the world in this multicultural celebration held at Piedmont Park. https://atlantaplanit.wabe.org/events/festival-peachtree-latino/

7. Stone Mountain Laser Show Spectacular, April 1 – October 21
Enjoy this 45-minute show of dazzling neon lights choreographed to musical scores. The show has also been digitally re-mastered this year to add 3-D effects, without the glasses! http://www.stonemountainpark.com/Activities/Shows-Entertainment/Lasershow

Julio Perez-Bravo (B.A. ’15/J.D. ’18) was born in Santa Clara, Cuba. He majored in Political Science at Georgia State University, and has an interest in employment law. In his free time, Julio likes to exercise and listen to music.

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