Things to do this Weekend - Nov 14th to Nov 17th

6 weeks to Christmas, but who's counting? Christmas is one week closer and the days are one hour shorter so it's time to start packing your schedule with holiday activities and events that will surely put you in the holiday mood. Not ready to feel the holiday spirit? Don't get too discouraged. There are still plenty of things to do to keep you occupied until you start to come around and join the cheer. Remember Movember? How about some basketball? Ever heard of man they call Sir, Elton John? Yes, the world still does exist outside of the holiday planning. 6 weeks and counting. Thursday, November 14 th Let's kick off the holiday season with an old classic, Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer. The Center for Puppetry Arts invites you to see Rudolph as he soars back into town for this faithful adaptation of the wonderful holiday tradition that speaks to the misfit in all of us. Based on the beloved 1964 stop-motion animated special, Rudolph and his friends. The show runs through December 29 th and show times vary.

The Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes triumphantly returns to Atlanta at the Cobb Energy Performance Arts Center with an all new show. Every year, the Rockettes push themselves further to put on a show that's more dynamic, more challenging and more magical than the last. Take in cherished moments and create new memories from November 7 th - December 23 rd . Ticket and show time info available here . You are invited to attend a Coast to Coast Toast celebration on Thursday, November 14th. At least 700 of of the best, most progressive, idiosyncratic, specialty beer-centric bars, restaurants, and stores across the country will be featuring Vanberg & DeWulf's beers. There will be tap takeovers, beer and cheese, game, oyster, poutine, pizza and burger pairings, sour beer celebrations, vertical tastings of vintage beers, Christmas beer parties, flights of rare beers from Iceland, Italy, France, England and - of course - Belgium. Surely, there is somewhere close to home. Friday, November 15 th No Shave Movember Moustache Growing Contest .

That's Right- it's No Shave Movember ! During November each year men grow out their mustaches to raise awareness of prostate and testicular cancer and mental health challenges. This year Battle & Brew and Lonerider are partnering up to help celebrate this awareness event! Ale Yeah Beer Tasting at Barrington Hall. Local merchant Ale Yeah will host a beer tasting at Barrington Hall. There will be several types of beer to sample. Dessert type foods will be served as well. Two sessions available - 6:30pm to 8:15pm and 8:30pm to 10:30pm. The cost of admission is $20 per session. Advance reservations are required. Please call 770-992-2246. Cheer on the Atlanta Hawks as they take on the Philadelphia 76ers at Philips Arena at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 15. Saturday, November 16 th Have a Holly Jolly Christmas at Stone Mountain Park, where the true magic of the season is in the air. Enjoy the glow of more than two million lights, festive music and visits from some your favorite holiday characters, including the world's most famous red-nosed reindeer.

Enjoy a Stone Mountain Christmas and start a new tradition and create memories that will last a lifetime for your kids...and you. The show runs through January 9 th and plays at select dates and times. Shula's Microbrew Tasting . Shula's 347 Grill brings the brewery experience to Buckhead. The sports bar and lounge hosts its third annual Microbrew Tasting on November 16 offering guests the opportunity to try several locally brewed beers. For a $10 onsite ticket purchase, attendees can sample seasonal brews from SweetWater Brewing Company, Jailhouse Brewing Company and Red Hare Brewing Company in a take-home Shula's souvenir mug and enjoy a tailgate atmosphere as the Georgia/Auburn game plays in-restaurant. After eight years, Elton John and his band return to Atlanta's Philips Arena on Saturday, November 16.