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Snow Princess, Sanders Family, Tea with Santa and Cinderella

Take a look at this weekend's holiday happenings in Marietta.

1. Performances for the Children's Garden Theater's production of  The Snow Princess will take place on Saturday at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Tickets are $10 for adults, and $5 for kids. In order to avoid spending years in the dungeon, the Witch offers to give the childless King and Queen a daughter. The Snow Princess is brought to life by the last remaining drop of Dandywater in the world. As the winter comes to an end, she and the rest of the kingdom realize that she will melt. Knowing that a second drop of Dandywater will turn the Snow Princess into a real girl, the kingdom anxiously awaits any news that a second drop of Dandywater can be found.

2. The Atlanta Lyric Theatre presents its third annual Christmas Tea with Santa Claus and Cinderella, offering a whimsical celebration at the historic near the Marietta Square. Enjoy a traditional tea menu with child-friendly sandwiches, holiday sweets, lemonade and more. The event lasts approximately one hour, and includes story time and photos with Santa, a personal visit from Cinderella and a special gift for each child. In this beautifully-decorated, intimate setting, you’ll have many opportunities for photos of your child with Santa and Cinderella. Maximum seating is 60 per event. The event takes place Saturday at nooon.

3. The 1940's Radio Hour will run from Dec. 17 through Jan. 1. This beloved show was a hot hit in 's very first season and went on for a 25-year-run. Now, after a five-year hiatus the old gang at WOV, Johnny, Ginger, Ann Pops, B.J., Wally and more, are back with the dance routines and swing music that are as rousing as they are heartwarming. All performances of The 1940's Radio Hour will take place at , Joe Mack Wilson Student Center.

4. Centerstage North's Holiday Show Got a Hankerin' for Holiday Hijinks? will take place Dec. 15 through 17. The Jones Hope Woeten Comedy will show at the Art Place Mountain View. Call 770-516-3330 for more information.

5. at will run through Jan. 1. The perennial favorite holiday show has the sunny-voiced Sanders Family back just before the beginning of World War II. They're quirky, saintly and delightfully melodic as they interpret everybody's favorite bluegrass gospel music. Back for the 13th holiday season. Recommended for the entire family ages 10 and up.

6. The Artist Attic Holiday Show and Sale takes place at the Art Place Mountain View through Dec. 17. The event includes all hand made items by TAP students, instructors and staff.

7. Bring the kids to Marietta Square to visit Santa’s Workshop on Dec. 17, 18 and 22 through 24. The workshop will be open Saturdays and weekdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Dec. 24 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. It will be closed for lunch from 1:30 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Santa must leave at the designated hour each day to attend to holiday business, so be aware that the line will close one hour before closing. Photos with Santa are available.

For more information, call the at 770-794-5601.

8. The Atlanta Lyric Theatre presents its third annual , offering a whimsical celebration at the historic near Marietta Square. Enjoy a traditional tea menu with child-friendly sandwiches, holiday sweets, lemonade and more.

The event lasts approximately one hour, and includes story time and photos with Santa, a personal visit from Cinderella and a special gift for each child. In this beautifully-decorated, intimate setting, you’ll have many opportunities for photos of your child with Santa and Cinderella. The on Dec. 17 and Dec. 18.

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