Saturday, October 8, 1 p.m.
Greater Atlanta Beer Fest at Turner Field
755 Hank Aaron Dr. SE
Pour one out for Turner Field: just before the Braves make their move to Cobb County, you can experience the Great Atlanta Beer Fest ON Turner Field. After you've finished knocking back a few cold ones and knocking a few (totally pretend, completely imaginary and in no way real) homers out of the park, you can head over to Grant Park for... continued below

Saturday, October 8, 4:30 p.m.
Zoo Atlanta’s Sippin' Safari
Grant Park, 800 Cherokee Ave SE
Spend the evening outdoor with all of your best furry/feathered friends at Zoo Atlanta, along with some fine wine sampling from 16 different vineyards. You'll be able to accurately say, "I was hanging with some real party animals last night, literally."

Saturday, October 8, 10 a.m.
No Chairs, No Tables IV (Parade & Concert)
Old Fourth Ward, 700 Ralph McGill Blvd
Catch the 2nd line-funk parade in the afternoon and enjoy a Mausiki Scales & the Common Ground Collective concert in the evening. Funk, Jazz, Soul & Afrobeat have proven their ability to remove yo' shyness, so prepare to get down, shake it, etc.

Sunday, October 9, 12 p.m.
Buckhead’s Food Truck Festival
3227 Roswell Road NE
The best food trucks in Atlanta will be conveniently located in one spot just for you this Sunday. From wings to lobster, there's will be a food truck on hand for everyone. Plus catch the game(s) on one of 25 65" TVs; this could be the best Football Sunday you've ever had.

Sunday, October 9, 12 p.m.
Family Free Day at the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA)
Midtown, 1315 Peachtree St NE
True advocates of creativity and innovation, MODA will be hosting a fun day of crafting for the kiddos. This Sunday, the little ones will have the opportunity to recycle household goods to make lighting tools to keep them safe this Halloween. Kids can choose to make a spooky ghost lantern from a milk jug or a black cat light from a toilet paper roll. No supplies required: just bring your hands and your imagination.

Scoutmob contributor Reinaldo Mack is a Brooklyn native and Atlanta resident. As an aspiring take-over-the-world dominator, he plans on going on an "Eat, Pray, Eat(again), Love" journey one day, without Julia Roberts. With four dogs and an active 5 year old nephew, catch all of his on-the-go escapades at @IamReyMack.