We found a few unique events to liven up your week! There’s always something fun happening in Metro Atlanta if you just know where to look. Check these out:
Running out of ideas in the kitchen? Good Taste Atlanta is a cooking showcase that happens this Thursday, October 19th at Duluth’s Infinite Energy Forum from 5pm to 9pm. Not only can you sample delicious food and drinks, but you can also watch cooking demonstrations by area chefs.
Hosted by Emmy-award winning journalist and long-time Fox5 I-Team reporter, Dana Fowle, Good Taste Atlanta will feature a vendor show and tons of giveaways throughout the night. Admission is $20 ahead of time or $25 on the day of the event and includes 3 tasting tickets and a goody bag. Need a VIP experience? VIP admission is $55 ahead of time/$60 at the door and includes 6 tasting tickets, a VIP goody bag, and other special perks.
Drop in any time from 5pm to 9pm. Check out participating restaurants HERE. Plan your night by checking out the Cooking Demo Schedule:
5:30pm Pimento Cheese Wontons: Friends American Grill: Chef Patrick
6:00pm Ceviche Tropical: Frontera/Frankie’s Steakhouse: Chef Luis
6:30pm Virginia Willis – Chef & Cookbook author
7:00pm Veal Meatballs: Luciano’s Ristorante Italiano: Chef John
7:30pm Skirt Steak & Chimichurri: Brunch Apothecary / Rico’s World Kitchen: Chef Jen & Chef Bryan
8:00pm Avalon Bison Burger and Green & Hot Burger: Ted’s Montana Grill
8:30pm Pumpkin Cheesecake: Proof of the Pudding: Chef Jonathan
Fall is officially here in Metro Atlanta and Halloween is just around the corner. Get in the spooky spirit of the season with a visit to Powder Springs this Friday and Saturday for the town’s first and only ghost tour.
The walking tour starts at the Seven Springs Museum and winds through the lamp lighter streets of the oldest part of the city after dark. Guests will hear the history of each stop, including past and present hauntings at each location. This fun event is certainly meant to scare, so be prepared! The true spooky stories experienced by locals, combined with a healthy dose of ghost hunting, are sure to thrill.
Haunted Springs tours happen Fridays and Saturdays in October from 8-10:30pm. Tickets are $10 for ages 6-12, $18 for ages 13 and up. Call 678-429-7157 or click the links provided for more details.
This FREE scavenger hunt happens Saturday, October 21st at the Roswell Road City of Atlanta Public Park. Families are invited to uncover the treasures of the forest right in the midst of the city. Led by a Blue Heron naturalist, the scavenger hunt will trek through shady woodland habitat looking for special rocks, leaves, acorns, flowers and pinecones. Learn about migrating birds and all kinds of insects, but come dressed in clothes that can get dirty and bring plenty of water.
Families are encouraged to stay for the Fall Open House events after the scavenger hunt concludes to create a fun nature craft in the Children’s Garden at 11am. Show up bright and early on Saturday morning to explore Atlanta’s natural side at this fun, free event designed for the whole family to enjoy.
There is always something unique and fun (and often FREE) happening in Metro Atlanta. For more ways to enjoy the fun in your own backyard, visit www.eventbrite.com and www.exploregeorgia.org. They are a great resource for events and festivals across the area.
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