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Atlanta Botanical Garden to present Show for Seedlings: Movin' & Groovin' with Gail Burnett

Amy Cheribelle

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Atlanta Botanical Garden

Atlanta Botanical Garden will hold an interactive children’s event series called Show for Seedlings every Friday from June 4 to October 2021 at 10 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. It is a variety of live performances by some of Atlanta’s best storytellers, puppeteers, musicians, and magicians.

Show for Seedlings: Movin’ & Groovin’ will feature original music and dance presented by the interactive storyteller Gail Burnett on its opening day. Burnett is a Georgia Teaching Artist by the Georgia Council for the Arts, recognized for her works on children’s music education and entertainment.

The show is free for the garden’s members and non-members with the garden’s ticket admission. No reservations are required, but attendants are limited due to social distancing protocol.

Parents or adults must accompany their children throughout the event. For more information about the show, the pandemic protocols, and other convenience-related information, visit Atlanta Botanical Garden’s official website on atlantabg.org.

Upcoming Shows for Seedlings features include Alyssa Easterly in “Jammin’ Junebugs” on June 11, Michael Levine in “Music InterACTION” on June 18, Travis Murphy in “Musical Adventure” on June 25, Kay Rosenblum in “Happy Birthday, U.S.A.!” on July 2.

Atlanta Botanical Garden is located at 134 Piedmont Ave NE. Situated in the heart of Atlanta, the 30-acres greenery area has various plant collections and exhibitions regularly held by the management. Its main attractions are the Children’s Garden, the Storza Woods and its Canopy Walk, and the Skyline Garden. The garden aims to “develop and maintain plant collections for the purposes of display, education, conservation, research and enjoyment.”

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