Save on “Jitney” | Spring Break discounts | Free “Psycho” screening | Baseball and easter egg hunt

Spring Break savings at the High Museum

Most Atlanta-area students will be out of school next week for Spring Break. There are numerous specials around town, including discounts and coupons at places like Six Flags, The Wren’s Nest and Zoo Atlanta. The High Museum just announced that it will take $5 off individual admission tickets or 20 percent off family memberships April 6-11. The discount only applies to walk-up purchases.

Save on August Wilson’s “Jitney”

August Wilson’s “Jitney” is coming to the Southwest Arts Center May 5-30 and then moves over to the Woodruff Arts Centre June 5-27. Tickets to select performances of the True Colors Theatre production are only $15 when purchased by Monday, April 5, using promo code EARLYHALF. “Jitney” tells a slice of story from Pittsburgh’s Hill District in the 70’s. A son returns home after 20 years to face his father whose gypsy cab station nears demolition in the face of urban redevelopment. The drivers “plan, dream and muse in this rich blooded humorous testament.” Valid SWAC performances are May 4-7 and May 12-14; Valid Woodruff performances are June 9-11.

Free Atlanta Film Festival Screening

The Dogwood Festival is returning to Piedmont Park, and so is the Atlanta Film Festival’s free Movie on the Meadow screenings. It kicks off Saturday, April 17 at 9 p.m. with the 50th anniversary screening of Alfred Hithcock’s  “Psycho.”

Baseball and Easter Egg Hunt

At least two things define spring: baseball and Easter. At Georgia Tech, the two come together on Sunday, April 4. The No. 3 ranked Yellow Jackets face Duke in a 1 p.m. game at Russ Chandler Stadium.  Immediately following the game, there will be a free Easter Egg hunt for children ages 13 and younger. Also, the first 250 fans at the game will receive a free limited edition baseball trading card.

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March 31st, 2010
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