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Autumn at the Village Market
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Autumn at the Village Market

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]By Carlen Hultgren Autumn is here, and East Atlanta Village Farmers Market (EAVFM) is putting together cozy activities to bring the warmth of good food and neighborly camaraderie to the last few months of the year. With the market’s season winding down, two popular seasonal events […]

Artist, actor, and playwright Walker Davis is showing his artwork at the East Atlanta Library
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Artist Brings Vintage Horror and More

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]By Henry Bryant Walker Davis has been an artist and creative person all his life. His art will be on display at the gallery wall of the East Atlanta Library with an opening reception Friday night October 20, starting at 6:00pm. (See “Spooky Art Party” elsewhere […]

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Preserving Greenspace in Atlanta

By Carlen Hultgren With a focus on preserving greenspace in Atlanta, 5th District (which includes East Atlanta Village) Council member Natalyn Archibong introduced, and the city council passed, two ordinances. The first measure, introduced by Council members Archibong and Carla Smith to protect Atlanta’s Tree Canopy, was a tree moratorium. […]

Dogtoberfest Returns to East Atlanta
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Dogtoberfest Returns to East Atlanta

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]By Sandy Ross Dog lovers, mark your calendar. East Atlanta Village Farmers Market (EAVFM) goes to the dogs from 12:00pm to 3:00pm on Sunday, October 22, in celebration of the 5th Annual Dogtoberfest. This family friendly event features Halloween costume contests for dogs, low-cost microchips, a […]

Kids express their opinion on the issue of archery in BPA. Photo by Marie Mower.
Schools and Children

Shooting for Archery Program at BPA

By Marie Mower What’s the chance an elementary school can teach Junior Olympic Archery to students? It could happen if Burgess-Peterson Academy (BPA) is able to purchase the needed equipment to offer a National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP). If implemented, all students in the fourth and fifth grades […]

Notes on Neighborhood

EACA Meeting – July 11, 2017

EACA Meeting July 11, 2017 Agenda Welcome – Dorian DeBarr Atlanta Police Department Trees Atlanta – Mike McCord BATL Commemoration Update – Stephanie Parker Land Use & Zoning: Variance Application V-17-177, 1517 Marbut Ave SE 770 Shadowridge Development – Heritage Capitol Partners Meeting started at 7:05 pm. Welcomes & Announcements […]