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5 things to do: The Floozies

Will the groundhog see his shadow today? Regardless, here's some things to do Atlanta-based artist Mia Broder channels the power of darkness to show the healing powers art can play in overcoming mental illness

Atlanta-based artist Mia Broder channels the power of darkness to show the healing powers art can play in overcoming mental illness through a collection of paper cultures created out of book pages and water colors. Details. 

The Floozies

Variety Playhouse - 1099 Euclid Ave. N.E. Atlanta, GA 30307 $21-$24. 9 p.m.

Best way to get out of a funk? By getting funky with the Floozies' Funk Jesus tour, of course. Snag tickets here. 

Heart to Heart exhibit

Kudzu Art Zone - 16 Carlyle St., Norcross, GA 30071 Free. 11 a.m.

A juried art exhibit featuring 34 works in a variety of mediums –oil, pastel and watercolor paintings on paper or canvas, mixed fiber works, and photography created by local artists. On display through Mar. 9. Details.

Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival

Yaarab Shring Center - 400 East Ponce De Leon Ave. Atlanta, GA 30308 Free. 5 p.m. 

No, they're not juggling groundhogs. But you will find jugglers, unicyclists, hoopers, kendama, live music and family fun for all ages. Check the website for other games and events. For those wanting to learn something new, free juggling lessons will be available upon request at the registration table. Can't go Friday? No worries, this event's going on all weekend. 

Pretty Vacant, the Kings of Queens, Sash the Bash

Smith's Olde Bar - 1578 Piedmont Ave. N.E. Atlanta, GA 30324 $10-$14. 7 p.m.

Tickets available here. 

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