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Vine City Earth Day Festival will be dedicated to the people of Vine City and English Ave. To unite the community with an inclusive eco approach of embracing green business and sustainability living for all.
Vine City Earth Day Festival- Is Sustainability Community Development Initiative for urban neighborhoods of National Black and Latino Council non profit. www.nblcusa.org. We are so excited about collaborating with the VIne City and English Ave Stakeholders as we unite together with the focus on the people of the community.
The Atlanta Food & Wine Festival (June 1-4, 2017) does an exceptional job of preserving and promoting Southern food and drink traditions. Introducing new and exciting food trends, using products unique to the South, and providing delicious food and drink samples, makes this one of Georgia's best.
Prepare yourself to taste all of Atlanta’s top restaurants and neighborhood favorites at Taste of Atlanta (October). This food festival, located in Midtown Atlanta, takes you on a culinary adventure with blocks upon blocks of food stalls, live cooking demonstrations, and celebrity chef sightings. Come early, try your favorites and find some new ones.
Enjoy a Leisurely Day of Wine Tasting as we visit 3 of Dahlonega's Beautiful Wineries!
Join us monthly for our North Georgia Wine Tour featuring Dahlonega Wineries in the Heart of Georgia Wine Country, home of award-winning winemakers and the official "Tasting Room Capital of Georgia". We'll take a luxury day trip from Atlanta to North Georgia. We'll visit 3 of Dahlonega's Wineries and tasting fees are included. PARTICIPATNG WINERIES Kaya Vineyard and Winery Kaya Vineyard and Winery is a rebirth of Blackstock Vineyards; located in Dahlonega, Georgia. Kaya’s Winery and Tasting Room are built atop a ridge that is sixteen-hundred feet above elevation and offers the most exquisite panoramic mountain view in North Georgia. All Kaya wines are made exclusively from estate grown grapes produced from our property
DATE AND TIME: Sat, April 15, 2017- 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
LOCATION: Atlanta, to Dahlonega Atlanta, GA United States
Created to give local food truck owners a platform to showcase their delicious and quick food, the Grant Park Food-O-Rama festival will feature a variety of cuisine choices, including Jamaican, Italian, South African and more.
Nearly 30 food trucks, including Viet-Nomie, Tex’s Taco and Nana G’s Chik-n-Waffles, will line up in Grant Park on April 16 to feed attendees.
VIP attendees can see the inner workings of a food truck by taking a “behind the scenes” tour, before cashing in on their four drink coupons and enjoying complimentary hors d’oeuvres.
Kick the Robot will perform during the festival.
11 a.m.-8 p.m. April 16. $5, general admission. $50, VIP. Grant Park, Atlanta. foodoramagrantpark.com.
Brownwood Park|603 Brownwood Ave Atlanta, GA
Be you a hopped-up India Pale Ale aficionado or high-ABV smoked porter supporter, the East Atlanta Beer Festival has something for every microbrew imbiber. The one-day craft beer extravaganza features over 175 brews not readily available in Atlanta, made by breweries from across the country and around the globe. Signature sessionable beers, brand new concoctions and specialty one-off collaborations are on the menu for the event. Local brass bands, drumlines, musical acts and DJs keep the energy up as the beers go down. Nosh is be provided by popular area food trucks and restaurants, and each reveler is given a keepsake pint glass.
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Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel & Conference Center|3405 Lenox Rd NE Atlanta, GA
The Atlanta Bachata Fest in Atlanta, Georgia, is a celebration of the rhythmic and groovy dance moves of Bachata. The four-day event features performances from world-class performers and choreographers as well as workshops and bootcamps in the styles of salsa, Bachata and Afro-Cuban movements. Additional attractions include showcases, pool parties and DJ-led dance-offs."
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Multiple Locations in Atlanta| Atlanta, GA
First held in 1988, the annual Atlanta Caribbean Festival in Georgia is a celebration of Caribbean culture and heritage. The one-day carnival extravaganza features a parade packed with floats, marchers and decked-out dancers as well as live musical performances from international artists, authentic Caribbean eats and a festival village."
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Wednesday night dinners by Joy Cafe return this Spring!
Come and enjoy a mid-week meal with your church family. Meals from Joy Café will be available by online reservation only. $8 per meal.
Weekly reservations close each Monday at 12:00 pm.
Dinner served - 5:00 - 7:00 pm, Grace Hall Price - $8 Dinner Menus
March 1 & 8 – No dinner, Ash Wednesday and spring break.
March 15- Chicken burritos with rice and black beans.
March 22- Chicken fingers, macaroni & cheese, seasonal vegetable.
March 29- Spaghetti with meat sauce or marinara, green salad.
April 5 & 12– No dinner, holy week and spring break.
April 19- Chicken sandwich wraps with tomato soup and apple sauce.
April 26 - Hamburgers with French fries/tater tots, fruit.
Date & Time:Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 5:00 PM - Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at 7:00 PM (EST)
Location:PRUMC - Grace Hall 3180 Peachtree Rd NE Atlanta, GA 30305
Sample premium varietals from some of the best Georgia wineries, all while music performers and other secret performers keep the party lively during this all-day, all night wine experience.
Date & Time:Saturday, August 26, 2017 from 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
Location:Mason Fine Art Gallery 415 Plasters Avenue Northeast Atlanta, GA 30324