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Explore, play, learn and create art in an interactive, family-friendly environment including free activities, every Sunday from 1 -– 4PM. To participate in the free activities happening each Sunday, register below.  

Registering enters you to win four tickets to the Alliance Theatre performance of your choice in the 17/18 Season

For information about parking, please visit Parking and Directions.

Sunday, February 26

  • Junior Players Performance: Roald Dahl Showcase
  • Family Playwriting

  • Register

Sunday, March 5

  • Tapestry Public Charter School 30 Minute Shakespeare
  • Tiny Terrariums – Dino World

  • Register

Sunday, March 12

  • The Dancing Granny African Dance Workshops
  • Costume-making: Cinderella and Fella Nature Couture
  • Tiny Terrariums – Dino World
  • The Way Things Go Film Screening
  • STEAM Art-Making Workshops
  • Cello Performances
  • Demonstrations by The Homestead Atlanta
  • Full STEAM Ahead Bilingual Story Times
  • Interventions by The Object Group

  • Register

Sunday, March 19  

  • Franny: A New Musical  Workshop Performance
  • Silly Science Acting Workshop
  • Puppet-Making: Cinderella and Fella Moon Flowers
  • Costume-Making: Cinderella and Fella Nature Couture 
  • Tiny Terrariums 

  • Register

Sunday, March 26

  • International Community School Art Show
  • International Community School Choral Performance
  • Tiny Terrariums
  • Puppet-Making: Cinderella and Fella Moon Flowers
  • Alliance Theatre Mini-Camp
  • The Dancing Granny African Dance Workshop

  • Register

Sunday, April 9 - Family Festival Day! 

Explore, play, learn and create art in an interactive, family-friendly festival environment! Families are invited to explore featured activities and performances presented by the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and High Museum of Art.


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Family Fun at The Woodruff Arts Center is sponsored by the Lettie Pate Evans Foundation, which is part of the family of foundations that also includes the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation. The Lettie Pate Evans Foundation is an independent private foundation that invests primarily in education, arts and culture.