Warm Up with Elvis, Tom Sawyer, Gwinnett Gladiators and Cold-Blooded Animals

Looking for a reason to get out of the house after the deep freeze? Check out this list.

Gwinnett Weekends, Jan. 10-12.
Gwinnett Weekends, Jan. 10-12.  Download PDF 

It will be much warmer this weekend, and despite the rainy forecast, you might be looking for a reason to get out of the house.

Here are some local events — including ice hockey — listed by Explore Gwinnett (Gwinnett Convention and Visitor’s Bureau). For more ideas, click on the Gwinnett Weekends pdf attached to this article.

  • Buford

Tribute to Elvis

Jan. 11: Mark Pitt offers a high-energy, Vegas-style show at the Buford Community Center. (8pm, $10-$25, 770-945-6762)

  • Duluth

UGA Ice Hockey

Jan. 12: The University of Georgia Ice Dogs face Auburn at the Ice Forum in Duluth. Time TBA. ($5/adults, $2/students, 770-813-1010)

Gwinnett Gladiators Hockey
Jan. 10-11: Our own pro hockey team faces the Orlando Solar Bears at the Gwinnett Arena. (7:05 p.m., $10-$31, 404-249-6400)

  • Lawrenceville

Snakes Alive

Jan. 11-12: Repticon at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds near Lawrenceville is one of the biggest reptile shows in the state. (Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4pm, $5-$10) 

  • Norcross

Kudzu Art Zone

Jan. 10-11: Featured Artists Friday and Saturday at Kudzu Art Zone is a free opportunity to meet artists in a tour of the current exhibit. (11am-4pm, Free, 770-840-9844)

  • Snellville

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Jan. 10-12: The Broadway Bound Children’s Theatre is the "by kids, for kids" arm of New London Theatre in Snellville. All participants within this show are under 18. (Friday 8pm, Saturday 1pm & 8pm, Sunday 2:30pm, $10-$15, 770-559-1484) 


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