The field is back to playing condition and in great shape
No service, staff rude, crowded, crappy towels. Buckhead needs a better gym!
Couldn't agree more! Amazing event for an amazing cause!
The Atlanta International Soccer Fest in 2010 was a blast! Twenty teams from multicultural organizations and chambers of commerce played for a day of friendly soccer competition which raised $25,000 for SOS Children's Villages. For more information and to register your team, go to atlsoccerfest.com, atlantacup.com or the AISF Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/AtlantaIntlSoccerFest.
This place is gorgeous! The cabins are luxurious, the scenery is beautiful and the folks know how to have a good time. And what I really like about Sassafras Ridge is that it's a privately owned property and our party lasted until the sun came up the next morning. Nobody tried to shut us down for loud music.
New green space for the Atlanta intown community!
This new Atlanta green space is perfect for community events!
Join us there for The Cans Film Festival and support local food banks!
This is the ultimate fan experience for professional basketball in the city!!! And it's very affordable!
This is the inaugural Kidsfest--Explore Our Little Museum Town event! It will be held on Oct. 1 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the intersection of Pine and Franklin Streets in Avondale Estates. It's FREE ADMISSION (little activity/wrist bands will be sold onsite for a nominal fee), and the Sizzle Hiss Pop Band will open for event headliner LAUGHING PIZZA! This will be a super-fun fall event for families and kids of all ages. Check out www.kidsfestga.com for all the details... hope everyone will come out and join us!
The Roots Music & Arts Festival Is South Fulton County's Premier Cultural Festival. This is Just What We Needed On The Southside.
This event takes place SATURDAY, JUNE 18 @ 9AM. Visit http://www.thegreendash.com for more info!
Very Nice facility and great staff!
Awesome idea for an event! If this is a success this'll help artist-musicians so much! I love the idea: meet and support local artists at the event and get paid for every person you bring with you, very cool
The Crow's Nest, wher do I start,I reserved space for a suprise birthday party/suprise proposal party,and I had a number of problems,first I sat down with with the manager Dwight,and went over everything regarding this party,I spent ALOT OF MONEY at this place for this party,the invites say,"free before 9pm,I again sat down with the manager and I informed him that 9pm would be too early,I suggested 10pm and we shook hands agreeing on the time for my guest to arrive to get in free,when my guest arrived there was a problem,there was another guy at the door saying he couldnt honor me and the managers agreement,I spoke with Dwight and HE DENIED ALL OF OUR AGREEMENTS THAT TOOK PLACE,and began to tell me of the crows nest policy which was a bunch of BULLSHIT! overall my party/proposal was lovely She said Yes!anyway anyone booking a party at the crows nest, be aware of The shadiness
Partnership Walk & Run, an Initiative of AKF USA; The objective of PartnershipsInAction is to raise awareness and funds for developing communities in Africa and Asia to help create long-term solutions to poverty. 100% of the funds that are raised and collected by Partnership Walk & Run go directly to Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A, while no contributions are used for administrative costs. These funds have greatly assisted in helping to end human suffering and improve the quality of live in over 130 projects in 18 countries.
Partnership Walk & Run is an initiative of Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A; AKF U.S.A. is a nonprofit, non-denominational international development organization that is committed to alleviating poverty, hunger, disease and illiteracy, primarily in Asia and Africa (www.Partershipsinaction.org). AKF’s mission is to help the developing communities transform themselves from a situation of poverty to an environment of opportunity and choice. PartnershipsInAction has a goal of building bridges of hope, reaching across boundaries of race, religion and gender.
Went last year and the kids had a great time. Homemade animated props, fog, and many funny tombstones really add to the atmosphere. Certainly didn't mind donating to their charity. Worth every penny.
I have viewed this display in past years and although it is not your typical "Haunted House" walk-through type of display, it is easy to see the dedication and exuberance the owner puts forth in providing an entertaining outdoor display with lots of homemade tombstones, coffins, and animated figures. Save your money by skipping the Haunted House admission and donate it to a great charity - Children's Healthcare. Be sure to see this!
AKDN work globally with no barriers of race, religion and country.
***This event has been cancelled****
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