Things to do in Atlanta April 16th - April 19th

Looking for things to do in Atlanta this weekend? Consider this your go-to guide for wining, dining and celebrating your way through one of the greatest cities in the south. Spring has sprung, so it's time be begun our little adventure that makes us run. Oh, spring, what a lovely thing, especially when the bountiful fruit a farmers market will bring. If you can't tell, there is a Dr. Seuss musical this weekend, as well as a race and a couple openings of farmer's markets! Happy weekend to my fellow Atlanta citizens! Thursday, April 16 Live Music Series . Get to The Garden, Midtown Atlanta's rooftop watering hole, during the month of April for live music from some of the South's best up-and-coming talent. Music kicks off at 5 p.m. and continues until 7 p.m. every Thursday night, weather permitting. Several Atlanta craft beers will be available on tap and no cover will be charged. Please call 678-412-2402 for more information. An Evening with David Sedaris !

Join David on April 16th for an evening of readings and recollections featuring all-new, unpublished readings and a Q&A session! Meet David after the show for a special book signing! 5 Course Chef's Dinner . Celebrate Spring with our 5 Course Chef's Dinner featuring local spring produce and Parker's House-Made Infusion Cocktails. 5 dinner courses with 5 cocktail pairings. By reservation only 404-924-2230. Love the Wildlife Wine Tasting benefiting AWARE Wildlife Center . Join AWARE Wildlife Center at Vino 100 Alpharetta for our Love the Wildlife Wine Tasting. Enjoy wine tastings, hors d'oeuvres, and meet and mingle with fellow wildlife lovers and some of AWARE's "wild" friends. Proceeds benefit AWARE's mission to preserve Georgia's native wildlife and their habitats through rehabilitation and education. Friday, April 17 Seussical !

The Cat in the Hat tells the story of Horton, an elephant who discovers a speck of dust containing Whos, including Jojo, a Who child sent off to military school for thinking too many "thinks." Horton faces a double challenge--not only must he protect the Whos from a world of naysayers and dangers, but he must guard an abandoned egg, left to his care by the irresponsible Mayzie La Bird. Friday Night Music Remix featuring Curtis Harding . Curtis Harding will play from 8 to 10 p.m. Be sure to check out Greg McLean and the G-Force Jazz Trio from 6 to 8 p.m. before he performs. Atlanta Ballet Presents The Best of MODERN CHOREOGRAPHIC VOICES .

For 2015, Atlanta Ballet is bringing back three favorites from past seasons: Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin's ultra-modern and infectiously raucous "Minus 16," Alexei Ratmansky's hypnotic Seven Sonatas, and Gina Patterson's imaginative "Quietly Walking." Saturday, April 18 Sandy Springs Artsapalooza 2015 . Sandy Springs Artsapalooza is a two-day outdoor event with an emphasis on visual arts and handcraft. This festival will feature up to 150 local and regional artists representing disciplines in painting, ceramics, glass, woodwork, handcraft, mixed media and more. Opening Day of Roswell Farmers & Artisans Market at Roswell City Hall . Roswell Farmers and Artisans Market promotes building community around farm fresh and locally crafted goodness. Over 40 Vendors, Backyard Wildlife and Pollinator series, Scavenger Hunt for Children, Live Music and more. Marietta Square Farmers Market . Featuring fresh, locally grown produce, dog biscuits, garden products and so much more. Every Saturday 9am-12pm April through November.

Located on North Park Square on the Historic Marietta Square. Over 60 local vendors including, Hometown Honey, Pat-A-Cake Bakery, Just Butter, The Herb Garden, and MORE! Run Like Hell: Pushing Up Daisies 5K . On April 18, join Historic Oakland Foundation for the largest cemetery run in the country -- the Run Like Hell 5K! Now in springtime, Run Like Hell brings nearly 1,600 participants of all ages to Atlanta's oldest cemetery.