1 – Music
WHAT: Sunset Sessions at Park Tavern Powered by Mountain Dew
WHEN: Every Sunday, April 29 through September 30, 2018
WHERE: Park Tavern, 500 10th St NE
COST: Free to attend. For ages 21 and up only.
2 – Theater
WHAT: Atlanta Fringe Festival
FEATURE: Make sure to catch Alex Carter’s “Depth Perception”
WHEN: June 6-10, 2018
SCHEDULE: For complete line up go to http://atlantafringe.org/2018-festival/
WHERE: Little Five Points
COST: tickets are $10 per show or even less if you buy a pass. Eight-five percent of ticket sales go to the artists. We also require festival goers to buy our $3 Fringe button. The proceeds from the buttons go into operational costs.
3 – Food
WHAT: 7th Annual Dunwoody Restaurant Week
WHEN: Starts Saturday June 9th – Runs through the 16th
COST: Participating restaurants feature fixed price menus of $10, $15 or $25 for lunch and/or $20, $30 or $45 for dinner
4 – BACK TO NATURE
WHAT: BUTTERFLY ENCOUNTER AT THE CHATTAHOOCHEE NATURE CENTER
DETAILS: The Chattahoochee Nature Center’s most popular exhibit is back for its fifth summer. Surround yourself with hundreds of butterflies, and the beautiful nectar plants that provide their refreshment. 770-992-2055 x238; www.chattnaturecenter.org.
WHEN: Daily, through July 31;
WHERE: Chattahoochee Nature Center. 9135 Willeo Road, Roswell;
COST$10; $6 ages 3-12; $7 students and senior citizens;