News alert: It’s September. Fall in the South. The best season. Ask anyone. Especially football fans. Besides the gorgeous weather, fall foliage, and ever-present smell of pumpkin spice, fall also boasts the best events of the year right here in Atlanta’s best suburb. So say au revoir to summer back sweat, slip into your favorite cardigan and get ready for these amazing Sandy Springs Fall events.
Movies by Moonlight, presented by Leadership Sandy Springs, is back and better than ever. The free Friday night movie series is held on City Green at City Springs, and features food trucks, entertainment, activities and more. What could be better than spending a night with Spider-Man swinging across the screen? Nothing is our answer. Pre-movie festivities begin at 6 p.m., and the film starts at dusk.
Haunted Sandy Springs, October 25, 2019
Enjoy an evening of eerie entertainment at Haunted Sandy Springs. Hosted by Heritage Sandy Springs Museum and Park, the night of frightful fun will feature live music, psychic readings from Phoenix and Dragon, fire pit & s’mores bar, face painting (6:30-8:30 pm), a special movie screening of Beetlejuice, and Haunted Cemetery Tours!
Calling all Baby Sharks and Superheroes! Spooky Springs, Sandy Springs’ signature Halloween event, is perfect for families with young trick-or-treaters. You’ll have a spooktacular time! Apologies for the terrifying pun.
It’s the most delicious week of the year: Sandy Springs Restaurant Week. Exclusive menus will give you the opportunity to sample the best dishes from our best chefs. Participating restaurants will be announced as the event gets closer.
Celebrate the beginning of the jolliest season with the Sandy Springs Society at The Elegant Elf Marketplace. Pick up original holiday gifts from more than 85 artisan vendors. Will Ferrell is heavily rumored to attend in Elf character! Who started those rumors? We did, just now. (Our legal team has advised us to clarify that Will Ferrell is NOT expected to attend.)
Light up December with one of Sandy Springs’ most festive events. The 7-foot tall, whimsically-adorned, wooden "gingerbread" houses will be illuminated each night from December 8th-31st, but the opening night event will be especially lit. So mark your calendars and join in on the one of our favorite new events in Sandy Springs.
See, we told you fall is awesome.
We hope you join us for one of these amazing events. You can really pick any weekend this fall and have fun in Sandy Springs. There’s always something going on. So, come one, come all. For a Falcons game. For the crisp fall weather. For a city that’s well played. Stay in the conversation by following us on Instagram and liking us on Facebook. We share pretty pictures of the outdoors and foodstuffs and also the latest news about events and things happening here. You’ll love it.