ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) – Don’t let the rain and chilly temperatures keep you indoors. There’s plenty to do this week in Metro Atlanta.
Laughter time in the square (Colony Square) featuring stand-up and improv acts from Punchline Comedy Club, Dad’s Garage and Whole World Improv take place the first Monday of the month from April through October. Free to attend. Serena Pastificio will operate an outdoor pop-up bar during each screening.
the CANONS with Madi Sipes & The Painted Blue perform at Terminal West on West Marietta Street NW.
High Card Brewing at Tucker hosts Pilates and pints at 18 o’clock. Stretch and then have a beer.
Yoga on the square happens in Colony Square from 6-7 p.m. every Wednesday. The first session of this year will be taught on April 6 by onlyYoga. The schedule will rotate weekly.
Head toward Roaring Social Alpharettathe clandestine bar of the Hamilton Hotel, for a piano duel on Wednesday evening.
Movies in the square is back on Thursday at Colony Square in downtown Atlanta. First Thursday of the month until October. “Jumanji” is the first movie.
Parker Millsap performs at The Eastern in a rooftop show. Millsap is known for its gritty and energetic folk music.
black tiger sex machine brings his Once Upon A Time IN Cyberworld to Tabernacle Atlanta. It’s a show for all ages.
Three-Time GRAMMY Nominated R&B Icon KE M brings The Full Circle Tour to the Fox Theater.
A Druid Hills walking tour starts at 10 a.m. Hosted by Atlanta Preservation Center. See elegant homes in various architectural styles created by renowned architects such as Neel Reid, WT Downing and Philip Shutze in a lush, park-like setting of curving streets and mature plantings.
the Decatur Easter Hunt happens at 11 a.m. on the lawn of the First Baptist Church. The Easter Bunny arrives at 10:30 a.m.
the Grand Slum Festival, celebrating Kennesaw’s rich heritage and Civil War era, kicks off in downtown Kennesaw. Arts and crafts, food, vendors and shows.
Red Top Brewery in Acworth hosts a Spring Break party with live music, cornhole, beer pong, Shark Attack Fish Bowls and more.
Get to of Napoleon in Decatur early before the Frankly Scarlett show on April 9 and enjoy the music of Magnolia Express on the patio.
A Inman Park walking tour runs from 2-4 p.m. Inman Park was Atlanta’s first planned residential development, dating to 1889.
the April local market at Line Creek Brewing Co. in Peachtree City will feature a real Cajun market and Azucar Cuban cuisine, live music, local vendors and tasty craft beer.
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