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Folklore Hike – Saturday, Nov. 9

6-9 p.m. – Join Horticulturalist Lisa Cole in an evening journey through illuminated, woodland trails at the Chattahoochee Nature Center. Identify common species in our region, as well as get…

Top stories of the week

Here are the top stories on Reporternewspapers.net for the last seven days. Ghost stories: Some say spirits still haunt Sandy Springs WalkUPs becoming the new trend in metro Atlanta Buckhead:…

Can you hear us now?

Can you hear us now?

The Greenfield Hebrew Academy of Atlanta performed a musical program “From Strength to Strength Songs From Our Journey,” on Nov. 2, helping the Atlanta Jewish Male Choir celebrate their 10th…

Strength for the Journey – Friday, Nov. 8

6 p.m. – Mason Murer Fine Art Gallery hosts “Strength for the Journey: Art by Art Therapists,” an exhibit and symposium in which Georgia art therapists reflect on the power…

Paintings in the park

Paintings in the park

Evelyn Davis, along with her daughter Milly, 1, and one of their dogs “Peyton,” enjoy the festivities at the 5th annual Chastain Park Arts Festival on Nov. 2 in Buckhead.…

Owls – Wednesday, Nov. 6

3-3:45 p.m. – Learn about owls and do a fun craft with Sarah Brodd from the DeKalb County Cooperative Extension. Free and open to the public. Appropriate for 5-12 year…

Acupuncture – Tuesday, Nov. 5

7-7:30 p.m. – Acupuncturist Taian Wang discusses the basic theory behind Chinese medicine and demonstrates several treatments. Free and open to the community. Registration not required. For adult audiences. Sandy…

Is it NYC?

Is it NYC?

Cece Benz, left, and Hannah Green, students at Mount Vernon Presbyterian School in Sandy Springs, participate in the “Cardboard Challenge.” The 2nd annual national event gives kids a chance to…

Three smiling faces

Three smiling faces

From left, Zeina Alayli, 5, Mia Johnson, 4, and Zoe McNeil, 4, dress as princesses for the Primrose School of Dunwoody’s Parade of Costumes event on Oct. 31. Students put…

“Seeds” – Thursday, Nov. 7

7 p.m. – The Upper School at Mount Vernon Presbyterian presents “Seeds,” part courtroom drama and part social satire, which documents the 2004 Canadian Supreme Court showdown between a Saskatchewan…