EVENTS HAPPENING FOR
SMALL CHANGE IN ATLANTA
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Sunday, January 26; 10AM - 3PM
ATLANTA JEWISH LIFE FESTIVAL
Tickets $10 - $12
AJLF is a celebration of Jewish culture and Atlanta's thriving Jewish community. Festival goers can expect an interactive day of live performances, traditional foods, wine tastings, judaica art and a community bazaar spotlighting dozens of Atlanta's Jewish organizations. Entrance to the festival is through the Ocean's Ballroom located on the first level of the Aquarium parking deck at 246 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd. Presented by the Atlanta Jewish Times.
Friday - Sunday, February 7 - 9
NORTH ATLANTA HOME SHOW
$6 tickets online
Infinite Energy Center
Remodel, Repair, Refresh at the 23rd annual North Atlanta Home Show in Gwinnett. More than 150 companies will be displaying the latest in home improvement products and services. Take advantage of one-stop comparison shopping for everything for your home, inside and out and talk face to face with hundreds of experts on the latest home remodeling.
Saturday, February 8; 8:00pm
JAZZ FEST BIG BAND NIGHT
Schwartz Center for Performing Arts
Jazz Fest 2020 comes to a close on Saturday, February 8 at 8 p.m. with Emory's Big Band, led by Gary Motley and joined by bassist Kenny Davis and percussionist Emrah Kotan. From Ellington and Basie to the works of today's stellar arrangers, the Emory Big Band showcases the best in jazz bands. Jazz Fest classes and events run February 6 to February 8 in the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.
Saturday, February 15
FASCHING (German Mardi Gras)
Grab your family and friends and come on out to Helen, GA's Festhalle on Saturday, February 15 for a night of music, dancing and fun. The event is held in The Festhalle from 7 - 11pm. This year's theme is "Anything Goes" where costumes are welcomed but not required. There will be a cash bar, live German band and costume contests with awards for costumes and presentation. Admission is just $8.00.
Saturday, February 22, 11AM - 3PM
Special Olympics of GA
Be "Freezin' For A Reason!" The Polar Plunge is the Special Olympics largest fundraiser. Participants collect pledges in exchange for the opportunity to jump into icy waters of Acworth Beach. All proceeds collected by Plungers will benefit the athletes of Special Olympics Georgia. Prizes will be awarded for the best costume, highest fundraiser, highest fundraising team, and more.
Saturday, February 22
BLACK HISTORY PARADE
1 - 4 pm; Free
Sweet Auburn District
The Black History Month Parade celebrates the culture, heritage, history and accomplishments of Black/ African American people in the United States and from across the world. The parade features marching bands, entertainers, dignitaries, civic groups, non-profits, celebrities, corporate groups, artistic expressionist, entertainment and fun for the whole family. Watch the Parade along Peachtree Center Ave, Marietta and Peachtree Street near Five Points Station or at Centennial Olympic. Parade begins at the Hurt Park and ends at Centennial Olympic Park.
February 26 - March 1
INTERNATIONAL AUTO SHOW
Georgia World Congress Center
$12 Adult; $6 Kids
Hosted at the Georgia World Congress Center, the Atlanta International Auto Show is the largest consumer event held annually, encompassing 500,000 square feet at the venue. It has also earned the reputation of being one of the nation's key automotive exhibitions.
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