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Things to do in and around Atlanta on Thursday, May 24

With an 40 percent chance of rain Thursday, some indoor activities might be appropriate.

Check out a pop culture convention, head to a concert or spend a day out with the toddlers.

MOMOCON AT THE GEORGIA WORLD CONGRESS CENTER 

 A four-day convention for fans of Japanese anime, American animation, comics, video games, and tabletop games, MomoCon begins on Thursday, May 24 at the Georgia World Congress Center.

MomoCon, May 24-27, $75 four-day pass; single day passes, $30-50; Georgia World Congress Center, 285 Andrew Young International Blvd

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TODDLER THURSDAYS AT THE HIGH MUSEUM

Every Thursday at the High Museum is geared toward the very young. On May 24 children, from newborns to age 5 can see a sneak preview of the Alliance Theatre’s “Gimmee Please,” a play for infants and young children, can participate in a paint-a-plate craft, and go on a special gallery tour (while accompanied by their parents or care-givers.) 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; free, with admission to the High Museum; 1280 Peachtree St. 404-733-4400

CARBON LEAF AT TERMINAL WEST

Carbon Leaf is a Richmond, Va.-based folk and bluegrass-inspired band that backs vocal harmony with electric and acoustic instruments, including cello, banjo, penny whistle, pedal steel and accordion.

The band is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and will play an 18-and-over show at Terminal West, a foundry-turned music venue in the King Plow Arts Center. 9 p.m. (doors at 8 p.m.), May 24, $23-26; Terminal West, 887 West Marietta St.,  Studio C, Atlanta; 404-876-5566; 

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