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Manuel's Tavern

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PHOTO CREDIT: Joeff Davis
Call: (404) 525-3447 or visit www.facebook.com
Poncey-Highland institution is a home away from home to the politicians, artists, and madmen it's drawn as clientele for decades. Full menu includes a variety of good burgers and organic eggs fresh from its rooftop coop. A renovation of the building and a refurbishment of the tavern is coming in 2016.

Taylor Brown, Pride of Eden

Monday March 30, 2020 07:00 pm EDT
Georgia-born Taylor Brown, author of Fallen Land, The River of Kings, and Gods of Howl Mountain, will discuss his exciting new book Pride of Eden at Manuel’s Tavern. The novel tells the story of retired racehorse jockey and Vietnam veteran Anse Caulfield who now rescues exotic animals for a wildlife...
Cost: Free

Monthly Meeting: The Atlanta Coyote Project

Sunday March 22, 2020 03:30 pm EDT
At this month’s meeting, Dr. Chris Mowry, an associate professor of biology at Berry College and animal ecologist, will give a presentation on the Atlanta Coyote Project and their current collaboration with the Urban Wildlife Information Network, based out of Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo. The project ...
Cost: Free

Storytime Cabaret

Friday March 13, 2020 07:00 pm EDT
Categories: story telling Storytime Cabaret will feature 3 of the city's best story tellers, 2 drag artists, a ukele band, and jazz singer. Join us for a free evening of eclectic entertainment in a show called the ProvocaTour. Contact louisamerchant.1 at gmail.com with questions or if you might be...
Cost: Free

Georgia Bats: Benefits, Threats, and How We Can Help

Sunday January 26, 2020 03:30 pm EST
Bats are one of the most misunderstood creatures in the animal kingdom. Commonly presented in pop culture as threatening or ominous, bats, in reality, are amazing animals that provide natural pest control for our environment. At this meetup, Emily Ferrall, a wildlife technician with the Wildlife Con...
Cost: No Cover
602 North Highland Avenue Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 525-3447
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