I know the feeling of when the weekly “What’s the move?” text comes through my group chat and we end up waiting till the last minute to make plans. Then Sunday comes around and we get to see all the fun things we missed out on. Well, not this time! We have gathered a versatile list of activities for you and your crew.
From karaoke to cake making, it’s time to give that dive bar you keep re-visiting a rest. Ladies, this guide is for us so tell the boys you’ll see them next weekend. Here’s our guide to some activities for women in Atlanta!
Love karaoke but hate the pressure of having to perform in a crowded bar full of strangers? Mic’s Karaoke allows you to rent a private room full of microphones and the perfect tracklist. I spent my 20th birthday at Mic’s with all of my friends and it was one of my most memorable celebrations.
Mic’s rooms are all themed. Their Hello Kitty room is to die for! The rate you pay for the room is per hour, in addition to the minimum food and drink charge. Start rehearsing because it’s time for you and your besties to dance the night away.
Shopping for plants and ceramics can be sweet, but making your own terrarium might be even sweeter. PlantHouse offers build your own walk-ins every day but reservations are available to make sure there’s a place for you. No friends are left behind because these tables can hold up to 10 people.
Maybe you’re not the artsy type. That’s OK! They also offer instructor-led workshops. These are for ages 16+. Book one of their themed classes like succulent and sangria or secret garden terrarium at the website below.
“I make my cake and eat it too.” Cake And Sip has several different options from individual tickets to group sessions. You can also book a corporate bonding experience for your co-workers to spend some time together outside of the office.
Each class will grant you a 4 layer cake with all the tools needed to deck it out. While your cake can be pink, green, blue, or a little bit of everything, the flavor is vanilla bean. This is a super thoughtful gift for an upcoming birthday surprise. Save the money you’d spend on a basic store-bought cake and make it personal.
Create your own perfume? It just makes scents. Sign up for scent blending 101 for your next girls day, or better yet, tell your favorite bride-to-be to book the bridal workshop. Pack a picnic of all your favorite finger foods and make a memory that will last even longer than the perfume.
Classes start at $89. Experiences last up to 2 hours and end with you taking home your creation. Make sure to check out the website for COVID-19 protocols and details upon arrival.
Head on over to Mudfire Studio and Gallery to get creative with your community. Use it for your next GNO or sign up for an annual membership. Instead of scheduling a class, they offer hands-on help during all open hours. They’re open 6 days a week and have professionals ready to assist you.
If you’re someone who knows a lot about pottery, it’s not just a space for beginners. Come use this spot to continue to work on your craft. This is another great reason to get that membership!
Did anyone else collect those little glass figurines of all different kinds of animals when they were younger? Just me? Well shopping for them was always exciting- getting to pick out which one would accompany the rest, but I sure would’ve loved to create my own.
Decatur Glass Blowing allows you the freedom to create your own piece. In the midst of February, they’re offering heart-shaped paperweights. These offers change with the seasons so check out when you can make a flower for Mother’s day or a four-leaf clover for St. Patrick’s Day.