We're wrapping up 2017 this weekend in Atlanta. Hope you're ready to party.
Carol is the ATL Insider’s culture vulture. If there is a new exhibit in town or a new show on the stage, Carol is the first to know about it.
- Self-Guided Atlanta Street Art Walking Tours, through Dec. 31
It's free. Follow online directions for an artsy tour of Cabbagetown, Little Five Points and East Atlanta. You'll see fantastic art by internationally acclaimed artists and local artists.
- Enchanted Woodland Trail, through Feb. 28
Fairies and gnomes have been busy building little homes along Kingfisher Pond Trail at Chattahoochee Nature Center Take a stroll and see how many you can find.
Joleen is a work-at-home mom to a 5-year-old son. She and her family live in the 'burbs but enjoy regularly traveling into the city for family-friendly fun and adventure.
Kids' Early New Year's Eve Celebration, Sunday
Got kids who want to ring in the New Year but can’t make it until that golden hour of midnight? Maybe you can’t either? Ring in the New Year early, but with all the same hoopla, at Stone Mountain’s Early New Year Celebration. Snowfall, countdown and fireworks finale that finish up around 9 p.m., allowing plenty of time to get tucked into bed well before midnight.
Skyline Park's Noon Year's Eve, Sunday
Celebrate super early with Skyline Park’s Noon Year’s “Eve” event. Enjoy fun on the roof with live music, stilt walkers, balloon artists and more. Welcome the new year with a noon countdown and balloon release. Starts at 10 a.m. $15 per person.
Tommy is a young professional keeping an eye out for the city's liveliest happenings.
- Peach Drop, Sunday
The iconic Atlanta New Year's Eve event has moved to Woodruff Park! Ring in 2018 as the 800-pound peach drops.
For the ACVB Editor's Picks along with a look at all of the events happening this weekend in Atlanta, check out our full events calendar. Then head over to Instagram, Facebook and T witter to share how you will #DiscoverATL this weekend.