3 Fun things

DULUTH

Enchanted Princess Party Luncheon at The Melting Pot

Countless honorary princesses will don their tiaras while trick-or-treating on Halloween. Although many would be content simply gorging on paper-wrapped sweets, parents can take it a step further two days early and let their tots dine like royalty. Fairy tale princesses and fairies spring from the pages of storybooks and rub elbows with guests during this afternoon meal. The three-course dinner includes a cheese fondue appetizer, an entree and a chocolate fondue dessert. Kids can chase bites with sips from non-alcoholic mocktails. Each table scores a digital photo, and every child takes home a surprise souvenir. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Atlanta Ronald McDonald House. The event also takes place at the three other area Melting Pot locations in Midtown, Kennesaw and Roswell.

12:30-3:30 p.m. Oct. 29. $29 adults; $17 ages 12 and younger. The Melting Pot, 3610 Satellite Blvd. N.W., Duluth. 770-623-1290, www.meltingpot.com/duluth/specials.

MORROW

Alan Morrison at Spivey Hall

Top-shelf organist Alan Morrison will be tackling some classical pieces in concert, displaying the reason for all the critical acclaim. Morrison heads the organ department at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadephia, Penn. This time the Atlanta native will be teaching a lesson with a performance. Expect to hear Bach, Franck, Vierne and more. This marks Morrison’s 12th appearance at Spivey Hall. According to his website, Morrison considers the venue “his artistic home.” Arrive early for a pre-concert talk at 2:15 p.m. Morrison’s latest disc, “Opus 76,” features the first solo recording of the Dobson organ found in Philly’s Verizon Hall.

3 p.m. Oct. 29. $30. Spivey Hall, 2000 Clayton State Blvd., Morrow. 678-466-4200, www.spiveyhall.org.

LAWRENCEVILLE

Halloween Two-Day Bachata Boot Camp at C3 Fitness

Acclaimed California-based dancers Anthony Umina and Marissa Johnson lead this bachata workshop. Umina and Johnson share their knowledge with students across two afternoons. Purchase class tuition in advance and receive complimentary admission to the Villains and Vixens Halloween party on October 29 at Thirsty’s Bar & Grill (3907 Burns Road N.W., Lilburn). The party allows workshoppers the opportunity to show off what they’ve been learning. The bash begins with an additional workshop at 8 p.m. A costume contest, and a Jack and Jill dance competition follow. The latter is an exercise in freestyle bachata as contestants dance with random partners. The party itself lasts until 2:30 a.m.

11:45 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 29 and 30. $67 advance; $77 at the door. C3 Fitness, 1065 Walther Blvd., Lawrenceville. 770-855-4396, www.dancing4fun.com.