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East Atlanta Village Farmers Market

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An annoying thing about farmers markets: being forced to get up early (like, before noon) on a weekend morning. By operating 4-8 p.m. on Thursdays, the EAV Farmers Market eliminates the necessity to get up at a normal human being hour on a Saturday. You'll find locally grown produce, homegrown art, and occasionally music. The market runs April-December. Ready your reusable tote bags.
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Vintage in the Village: Spring Edition

Saturday June 2, 2018 12:00 pm EDT
We're celebrating the end of Spring with a free pop-up market featuring vintage vendors & local makers! Kiwi Vintage & Arbitrary Living are bringing you the second Vintage in the Village in East Atlanta at the farmer's market lot (located at 572 Stokeswood Ave.). Good times provided by Yellow Mat Yoga (who will be offering a free yoga sessions) and a felt flower-making craft table for kids hosted by Mom Boobs Crafts! The event will also feature music by DJ Chel Xi & vintage photo booth. Join us for a family-friendly weekend with local shopping, music, and community!
Cost: Free

EAV-o-ween 2017

Tuesday October 31, 2017 05:00 pm EDT
Gather the family for a neighborhood-wide Halloween celebration. The evening kicks off with an all-ages costume contest, then shop owners open their doors for the candy haul. Enjoy a 20th anniversary screening of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone along with bonfires and s'mores. Details
Cost: Free

'The Making of Modern Atlanta'

Friday October 6, 2017 07:30 pm EDT
Narrated by former Ambassador Andrew Young and news anchor Monica Pearson, The Making of Modern Atlanta chronicles the people and events that shaped Atlanta, the strides Young made as mayor during the 1970s and his efforts to bring the 1996 Summer Olympic Games. The film highlights key events in Atlanta history such as the purchase of a racetrack that would later become Hartsfield-Jackson, the civil rights movement and the alliances formed between black and white civic leaders to work together peacefully in the public sphere. Interviews include Congressman John Lewis, D-Georgia, Charlie Loudermilk, Lonnie King, John Portman, and others. This event is BYOB. Details
Cost: Free
572 Stokeswood Ave. S.E.
Atlanta, GA 30316

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