Weekend Planner: 'I Ought to Be in Pictures' Ends Sunday

The Neil Simon play is at ART Station; there's also something for classic car lovers, morning hikers and folks looking for Stone Mountain Park deals.

The play's the thing this weekend, as "I Ought To Be in Pictures" ends its run at ART Station. There are also organized bike rides and hiking, a look at classic cars, and Friday fun at the Rock (Stone Mountain, of course).

"I Ought To Be In Pictures"

When: Friday, Aug. 17-Saturday, Aug. 18, 8 p.m.; Sunday, Aug. 19, 3 p.m.

Where: , 5384 Manor Dr, 30083

Why go: Support ART Station by seeing a Neil Simon play. Note: Cost for adults is $25; seniors and students, $21.

See also:on the Patch calendar.

Friday Deals at Stone Mountain Park

When: Each Friday through August 24 


Why go: Kids free - Kids ages 3-11 receive one free All-Attractions Adventure Pass ($22 value) with the purchase of a full price Adult Adventure Pass. Coupon valid for up to 6 people. You must visit the site here to print the coupon, which you'll bring to the main ticket plaza.

Bring a friend free: Mountain Members and Mountain Members PLUS passholders get to bring a guest and receive one free All-Attractions Adventure Pass at no additional cost. You'll have to print the coupon here and bring it to the main ticket plaza with your Mountain Membership ID.

Classic Cars

When: Saturday, Aug. 18, 5-8 p.m.

Where: Stone Mountain Village

Why go: Classic cars never go out of style.

See also: The attached PDF of "Nan's News" by Stone Mountain city council member Nan Nash for other August events.

Family Bike Ride

When: Saturday, August 18, 8–9 a.m. (ride lasts 60-90 minutes).

Where: Leave from Aztec Cycles, 901 Main Street, Stone Mountain Village.

Why go: Quality time with the family while getting some exercise, too.

Davidson-Arabia Nature Preserve Hikes with Ranger Robby

When: Sunday, Aug. 19, 8-10 a.m.

Where: Davidson-Arabia Nature Preserve, 3787 Klondike Rd., Lithonia

Why go: Start the first day of the week off right with exercise in a beautiful natural setting, for free.


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