Just as the holiday season enriches children and grownups alike, reminding us of the experiences we treasure and the lives we hold dear, the connections of living in Atlanta Midtown condos are with us all through the year, yet perhaps brought to light with a special glitter now, as the days grow short and the year nears its conclusion. Like many great cities the holiday occasions bring added life to the middle of Atlanta because so many families observe holiday traditions here. And let’s admit it, a bit of bustle is part of what we look forward to: “City sidewalks, busy sidewalks dressed in holiday style.”
Although we have to import our White Christmases in Atlanta – the last time it snowed here for Christmas was in 2010 – our gentle temperatures don’t mean “bah, humbug” in Atlanta high-rise condos. In fact, there’s even more to do, because our idea of a “cold” day is in the mid-50s, and there’s plenty of atmosphere here in which to celebrate, even outdoors. The Atlantic Station Makers Market offers art, jewelry, home décor, and the perfect opportunity to support the creativity that makes Atlanta one of the world’s great cities, as you discover the perfect gift for the most creative loved ones on your list.
Now is the Time
The choices for celebrating your Holidays in Midtown – and all over Atlanta – are so abundant that here we’ll start with just a couple of options that are open right away.
Among the treasures embraced there in Piedmont Park is the Atlanta Botanical Garden. This year, the annual ABG holiday light show, Garden Lights Holiday Nights is already under way. From 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. through January 15, you can use your timed-entry tickets to take in the wonder of our nature display, outlined for glittering celebration of the season.
When Christmas Takes Center Stage
An even closer walk from these most desirable luxury condos in Atlanta Midtown is the Alliance Theatre, the vital stage of the High Museum of Art. Here, an annual Atlanta holiday event, the performance of A Christmas Carol, is showing through December 24. Curtain is 7:30 p.m. on weeknights; 8 p.m. on weekends, and a 2:30 p.m. matinee is offered on Saturdays and Sundays.
And especially for the children, the Alliance Theatre also presents Knock, Knock, a floor-by-floor adventure in how families in an apartment building celebrate and share the joys and lessons of their holidays. Knock, Knock is performed in the Selig Family Black Box Theatre, with child-friendly curtain times, through December 23.
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