Things To Do in Atlanta in March 2023
March is here! The days are getting longer, the weather is getting warmer and spring blooms are on their way. To commemorate all that encompasses this month, from Women's History Month to St. Patrick's Day, check out these exciting events around town.
Atlanta Home Show
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The Atlanta Home Show is back at the Cobb Galleria Centre on March 17-19, featuring home and garden experts providing home improvement tips, gardening activities and the opportunity to meet special guests. Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt and Virginia Chamlee are among the esteemed guests that will be at this beautiful home show.
'New Worlds' Exhibit
Soak up some art at the Atlanta Contemporary Center's 'New Worlds' Exhibit, which showcases the best woman-identifying, Georgia-connected artists. Visiting this new exhibit is a great way to celebrate and honor the incredible women artists of Georgia for Women's History Month.
The High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction: High Revelry
Co-chaired by Margaret Wyatt and Alex Bonomo, High Revelry offers young professionals the opportunity to experience an auction event with 20+ local restaurants and 30+ wineries and vineyards from Napa, Sonoma and beyond. Monday Night Brewing and Cathead Distillery will also serve beer and cocktails, and Jesslyn Rollins and Biolyte will provide take-homes for each guest. Check out this fun new event on March 23!
Kiss Me, I'm Irish! St. Patrick's Day Bar Crawl
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day weekend on a 2-day bar crawl around Atlanta's best bars, offering beer, drink specials and an entire weekend of fun. Patrons will get special access to five different bars with DJs and other fun activities. This event is on March 17 and 18 and will start at the Publik Draft House in Atlanta.
Mary Delia Design's Floral Design Class
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Lucy's Market is hosting a Mary Delia Designs floral arrangement class on March 23 and 24. Patrons will be provided with a foam wreath and will learn how to construct the perfect Easter centerpiece. You will also get an extra wreath to recreate at home using what you've learned!
The Great Swan House Easter Egg Hunt
The Atlanta History Center is debuting its first Easter Egg Hunt at the Swan House on March 25. This family-friendly program will feature egg hunts, face painting, a balloon artist and photos with the Easter bunny. There will also be a variety of food vendors and a member-only space with a bar and goodie bags.
Barks and Bites: Doggie Food Crawl
On March 19, treat your four-legged friends to the Atlanta BeltLine's first-ever food crawl for dogs! Three BeltLine restaurants, Brewdog, Envegan and Butter & Cream, will prepare a special dish for your dog and Elsewhere Brewing will offer a special "Dog Brew" so you can toast with your pets.
Patrons will also get a special preview of the new Woofgang Bakery & Grooming, pup treats at The Clean Dog and prizes and giveaways from The Whole Dog Market, Bark ATL, Piedmont Bark, Chico's Mafia Tough Dog Apparel and more.
2023 Southern Pieces Gala
Autism Speaks is presenting its 10th annual Southern Pieces Gala on March 24 at The Carlyle. A southern-inspired soiree, this event will feature excellent entertainment, food, cocktails and fundraising fun to help Autism Speaks advance research, increase awareness and provide meaningful solutions for individuals and families.
2023 Cherry Blossom Festival
Brookhaven's Cherry Blossom Festival returns to Blackburn Park on March 25 and 26. This music and arts extravaganza will feature various food vendors, an artist market, family-friendly fun and a classic car