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Book details
  • Genre:TRAVEL
  • SubGenre:United States / South / South Atlantic (DC, DE, FL, GA, MD, NC, SC, VA, WV)
  • Language:English
  • Pages:139
  • eBook ISBN:9781617925986

100+ Free and Cheap Things To Do in Atlanta With Kids

by Sue Rodman

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Overview
100+ Free and Cheap Things To Do in Atlanta With Kids gives tips and tricks for free fun and exciting activities in the Atlanta area you can do with kids!
Description
Did you know if you have a library card in Georgia, you can take your family to Zoo Atlanta for free? Or that you can take your children to see the stars through high powered telescopes - right here in Atlanta? Learn how to visit Atlanta area museums like The High, Georgia Aquarium, Children's Museum and Center for Puppetry Arts free! Discover how to see Atlanta's professional sports teams like The Braves, The Thrashers and the Hawks free! Find camps where you can try out Velodrome biking, and water polo free! Make LEGO and American Girl crafts to take home free! Learn about nature, sports, money, politics, art... all free!
About the author
Sue Rodman is a resident of Atlanta and the mother of three boys, ages 13, 11 and 7. She is also the Editor and Publisher of Field Trips with Sue, an award winning blog about things to do with kids in Atlanta and the Southeast. The blog is a Nickelodeon Parent’s Pick winner and a featured blog on Raveable.com, (named by Travel + Leisure magazine as a top travel site). The blog is also featured on ATL Insider (the website of the Atlanta Convention and Visitor’s Bureau) and has featured posts on national travel sites, Travel Savvy Mom and Best Family Travel Advice. Bi-monthly, see Field Trips with Sue segments on CBS Better Mornings Atlanta. Sue has also appeared on the local Atlanta NBC affiliate, 11 Alive. When not scouting new adventures, Sue is an award winning marketing and public relations professional. She is an experienced agency executive with international, as well as boutique firms. She has managed successful campaigns for national brands, mid-sized companies, small start-ups, and trade associations including: Feld Entertainment(creators of Disney on Ice, Ringling Bros. & Barnum and Bailey Circus, Monster Jam and Nuclear Cowboyz), Allconnect, Atlantic Station LLC, and the Georgia Press Association. In her spare time, she serves on the marketing committee at Imagine It! The Children’s Museum of Atlanta and volunteers at her sons’ elementary school, as well as serving as vice president communications for the Sutton Middle School PTA.
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