EVENTS HAPPENING FOR
SMALL CHANGE IN ATLANTA
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May 4, 11, 15, 18, 25
ON THE SQUARE CONCERTS
Downtown Decatur; Free Concerts
The Decatur Business Association is inviting all to the free May concerts series. The Saturday Concerts on the Square will begin at 7pm and end at 9:30pm. The Wednesday Blue Sky Concert (May 15) will begin at 12 noon and end at 1pm.
Saturday & Sunday May 4 & 5
CANTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Brown Park in Downtown Canton
The 16th annual Canton Festival of the Arts features a juried Artist Market, the Serenity Garden, a celebration of literature, live entertainment, a kids area and a food court. With the charm of a historic river town, Canton offers views of the North Georgia Mountains and provides a delightful setting for the annual festival.
Thursday, May 9
MOVIES WITH MOM
Atlantic Station @ District Ave; Free
Bring your Mom to Atlantic Station on Thursday, May 9th for a special Mother's Day edition of Movies in the District. Enjoy a free screening of Mamma Mia! outdoors on the big screen and sing along to ABBA's greatest hits. There will be some seating available on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests may bring blankets and lawn chairs. Friendly dogs are welcome. The movie begins at dusk (usually around 8:30pm), but get there early to claim your spot.
Friday, May 10
DECATUR LANTERN PARADE
W. Ponce de Leon Ave. Decatur Square
Celebrate the arts and the start of summer at the Decatur Lantern Parade. Gather at Color Wheel Studio at 508 E. Howard Ave. after 8 pm, then parade to the downtown square along with the Black Sheep Marching Ensemble. Make your own lantern at home or attend a lantern-making workshop. Lanterns must be battery powered while flying lanterns are forbidden.
Saturday & Sunday May 11,12,18,19
NEIGHBORHOOD JAZZ SERIES
Various Parks around Atlanta
The family-friendly Neighborhood Jazz Series will kick-off with a free, live concert at Washington Park on Saturday, May 11 from 4 â€“ 8 p.m., featuring performances by Groove Centric and Julie Dexter. Additional concerts at various parks around Atlanta. All Neighborhood Jazz events are hosted by Atlanta City Council members in parks located in their districts.
Saturday & Sunday May 11 & 12
DUNWOODY ARTS FESTIVAL
Dunwoody Village Parkway;
The Dunwoody Arts Festival attracts top artisans from across the country. Along with the creative artist market, a fun-filled Kidz Zone awaits youngsters with great rides, sand art, imaginative crafts and games. A relaxing stage with continuous live music also offers festival goers a chance to unwind. There is also a food court with great eats from neighborhood restaurant fare to tasty funnel cakes.
Sunday, May 12
CONCERTS BY THE SPRINGS
Heritage Green Sandy Springs
Join Heritage Sandy Springs Museum and Parks newest event, the Taproom Concert Series. Each Concert by the Springs event will be preceded by the ticketed event- Taproom Concert Series, offering attendees the chance to sip and stroll around the park while tasting a selection of craft beers before the concert officially begins.
Friday, June 21
DECATUR BEACH PARTY
Downtown Decatur Square
Come and celebrate the kick-off of summer where the beach meets the street. Featuring pop-up performances, a DJ, live music, a sandy "beach," and more. Best of all, admission is now free! Gather up those sand toys and come ready to play in 80 tons of sand on Ponce De Leon Avenue.
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