Here are hikes, dances, Justin Bieber and more — pick and choose from this week’s array of events.
FAMILY BEST BETS OF THE WEEK
Where/When: Friday at Pine Mountain Recreation Area; meet at 5:15 p.m. at the West Trailhead
Why Go: Give your children food for dreams by treating them to a moonlit hike. Because dusk is still early, they’ll hardly be up past their bedtimes.
Where/When: , Saturday, 7 to 9 p.m.
Why Go: Daddies and daughters enjoy a special night of celebration and fun. Daddies get to teach their princesses how to dance (or maybe it’s the other way around).
Pricing: $20 per couple and $10 for each additional daughter. Price includes corsage, refreshments, games and door prizes.
Where/When: , see site for show times.
Why Go: You may not have a choice! If you have a tween this film is probably required viewing. Rated G.
Pricing: $6.50 matinee / $9 adult evening / $7 child evening. $3 additional 3D surcharge
Where/When: Multiple locations including: 1130 West Ave. (PlayPlace open until 1 a.m.), 11 Canyon Road (PlayPlace open until midnight) and 5651 Highway 20 (PlayPlace open 24 hours).
Why Go: For a special treat now and then, kids love McDonald’s Happy Meals and their colorful play areas. Parents appreciate the free Wi-Fi and hot coffee.
Pricing: Free to play
• ALLATOONA PASS TRAIL
Where/When: Located off Interstate 75, exit 283. Go east on Old Allatoona Road, cross the railroad and continue 1 mile to a parking area on the left. Open year round.
Why Go: Your kids will enjoy the open-air adventure of a hike while learning about a key battle in Civil War history. The 2.5-mile trail is a fairly easy walk and interpretive signs share historical facts along the way.