Winter Happenings in Atlanta

The new year is officially here and so is Winter in Atlanta.  Many feel that during the Winter months there are less social activities in Atlanta, but CSOA has put together a list of happenings around town to keep you busy.

January 13, 2019: Atlanta Jewish Life Festival

If you want to start your year off with a whole lot of mazel, attend the Atlanta Jewish Life Festival on Sunday, January 13 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Georgia Aquarium. Sponsored by the Atlanta Jewish Times, this family-friendly event is all about the “babka, bands and Belugas.” Enjoy a day of Israeli food vendors, live music, Judaica art and a celebration of the Jewish culture. Tickets are $18 per person and $54 per family of two adults and up to four kids. atlantajewishlifefestival.com

 

January 25-27, 2019: Days of the Dead

Your new year is going to kill! Days of the Dead is a horror convention that scares up the best in fan favorites, happening for one weekend at the Atlanta Sheraton. Ticket holders can attend panels, meet legendary icons like Clive Barker, try some spooky games and VIP package deals — just don’t scream when prices go up at the door… mwah, mwah, mwah! daysofthedead.com

 

January 26 & 27, 2019: Smyrna’s 8th Annual Oysterfest

Atkins Park Restaurant & Bar hosts another good year of good eating at Smyrna’s annual Oysterfest celebration. This Mardi Gras-themed event celebrates the world’s slimiest yet tastiest food — oysters that are raw, grilled, fried and any other delish method of preparation. Besides the great food, ticket holders can show up at 11 a.m. for New Orleans-inspired music, a cold Abita beer and a great time. General admission tickets are $15 and presale tickets are $8 per day. facebook.com

 

Through February 17, 2019: Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors at the High Museum of Art

If you’ve been scrolling through your Instagram feeds, you must have seen people’s fantastic photos taken at the High’s exhibition, Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors. Artist Yayoi Kusama takes visitors on a journey of color, story and creativity through her wonderful kaleidoscopic environments. Make sure you catch this exhibition before it leaves Atlanta in mid-February. A note: Advance tickets for Infinity Mirrors have sold out but you can still see it. Through February 17, there will be approximately 100 walk-up tickets available at the museum each day beginning one hour before the museum opens. Maximum two tickets per person. high.org

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