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2016 Porch Press Calendar March – April

 
 
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Porch Press Schedule for Coming Months
2016
Article deadline            March 25
Ad deadline                 March  31
Proof reading               April    4
Paste up                       April    5
 
2016
Article deadline            April    25
Ad deadline                 April    28
Proofreading                May     2
Paste up                       May     3
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The next the deadline to get information into the calendar will be March 25, 2016. To submit an event, email calendar@theporchpress.com. Please put “info4calendar” in the subject line, or call Nancy Leighton at 404-624-3082 and leave a message.
 
Weekly Activities
The following activities take place every week as listed.
CHILDREN/STORY TIME
Rise and Shine Story Time for children ages 3-6. Georgia Hill Library, 250 Georgia Avenue. SE, 10:15am (every Tues).
Teeny Tiny Tales. East Atlanta Library, 400 Flat Shoals Avenue SE, for ages 18-36 months, 10:30am (every Tues),
Ready Set Read! Storytime. East Atlanta Library, 400 Flat Shoals Avenue SE, for newborns to 5years, 10:30am (every Tues).
Cub Scout Pack 688. Park Avenue Baptist Church, 524 Park Avenue SE at the corner of Sydney Street. Contact David Griffin, 678-849-8619, or email griffin.david@yahoo.com.
Art Attack. Art classes for children ages 2-10, Hodgepodge Coffee house, 720 Moreland Avenue SE, $8 11:00am-12:00pm (every Mon).
 
SENIOR ACTIVITIES
Golden Age Center. St Paul United Methodist Church, 501 Grant Street SE, Rm R2. All senior citizens welcome 10:00am-2:00pm (Tues and Thurs).
 
OTHER GROUPS
East Atlanta Farmers Market. 561 Flat Shoals Avenue SE, 4:00pm-8:00pm (every Thurs).
Grant Park Farmers Market. Cherokee Avenue SE at Milledge Avenue SE, 9:30am-1:30pm (every Sun).
Friendship Center. Church of the Holy Comforter, 737 Woodland Avenue SE, 9:00am-1:00pm (Tues and Thurs).
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
-Georgia Avenue Church, 645 Grant Street SE, basement, 8:00pm-9:00pm (Thurs and Sat).
-Eastside Church, 468 Moreland Avenue SE (corner of Metropolitan Avenue SE) Street parking and also lot east of Long John Silver’s, basement fellowship hall, 7:00pm (every Mon); women’s meeting, basement East Atlanta Room, 7:00pm (every Wed); basement East Atlanta Room, 7:00pm (every Thurs); basement fellowship hall, 8:00pm (every Sat).
-St John The Wonderworker Church, 543 Cherokee Avenue SE, entrance on Orleans Street SE, 7:30am (every M W F).
 
Mar 15             Grant Park Neighborhood Association (GPNA). Zoo Atlanta, 800 Cherokee Ave SE, ARC Building, south end of the Cherokee Avenue parking lot. Everyone in Grant Park welcome. 7:30pm (3rd Tues).
Mar 16             Men’s book & Bible Study. St Paul United Methodist Church, 501 Grant St SE, (3rd Wed) 7pm.
Filling Station Chronic Illness Support Group. Guest speaker, topic: Sex, intimacy & chronic illness, Park Avenue Baptist Church, 486 Park Ave SE, Young Adults’ room, handicapped entrance in rear alley off Sydney Street, for information call Stephanie 404-295-4390 or email Annie at fillingstations@gmail.com. 6-7pm
Mar 17             Village Speakers Toastmasters Group. First Iconium Baptist Church, 542 Moreland Ave SE, Rm 104, 6:15pm-7:45pm (1st & 3rd Thurs).
South East Atlanta Business Association (SEABA). Local establishment to be announced, for more information call 404-226-3075, or check www.seabaga.org. Time varies (3rd Thurs).
St. Patrick’s Day.
Mar 18             Dekalb History Center 69th Anniversary Celebration & Silent Auction. Historic Dekalb Courthouse, 101 E. Court Square, Downtown Decatur, free to the public, to donate auction items call 404-373-1088 ext 23, 6pm-8:30pm.
Mar 19             Practice SAT Test Scores Ready for Review. East Atlanta Library, 400 Flat Shoals Ave SE, reservations required, 404-730-5438, 11am.
Saturday Storytime: Journey to Literacy. East Atlanta Library, 400 Flat Shoals Ave SE, free book for kids ages 3-8 with an adult, reservations required, 404-730-5438, 2pm.
Mar 20             Spring Equinox. First day of spring.
Mar 23             Neighborhood Planning Unit W (NPU-W). Eastside Church, 468 Moreland Ave SE (corner of Metropolitan Ave) Street parking and also lot east of Long John Silver’s. 7:30pm (4th Wed).
NPU-W Transportation Committee. Eastside Church, 468 Moreland Ave SE (corner of Metropolitan Ave) Street parking and also lot east of Long John Silver’s. 6:30pm (4th Wed).
                        NPU-W Public Safety Committee. Eastside Church, 468 Moreland Ave SE (corner of Metropolitan Ave SE) Street parking and also lot east of Long John Silver’s. 6:30pm (4th Wed).
Mar 25             Chemistry: States of Matter. East Atlanta Library, 400 Flat Shoals Ave SE, reservations required, 404-730-5438, 10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm.
Mar 26             Ormewood Park Easter Egg Hunt & Spring Picnic. Urban Farm of Ormewood i.xe. Red’s Farm, Enter at Mercer Street gate of Woodland Ave SE, no parking on Mercer Street, bring your own picnic, 4pm for egg hunt, picnic later.
Read to Rover. East Atlanta Library, 400 Flat Shoals Ave SE, for ages 12 and under, reservations required, 404-730-5438, 12pm.
Mar 27             Easter.
Mar 31             East Atlanta Farmers Market Opens. 561 Flat Shoals Ave SE, 4pm-8pm (every Thurs).
Apr 2               Read to Rover. East Atlanta Library, 400 Flat Shoals Ave SE, for ages 12 and under, reservations required, 404-730-5438, 12pm.
Artist Reception: For the Love of Romeo, Urban Peace. East Atlanta Library, 400 Flat Shoals Ave SE, meeting room gallery, 404-730-5438, 4pm.
Apr 4               Porch Press Proofreading. Volunteer proofreaders and people with computer skills needed. Supper provided. Adams Realtors, 458 Cherokee Ave SE. 6:30pm. (1st Mon).
Apr 5               Porch Press Layout. Adams Realtors, 458 Cherokee Ave SE. Supper provided. 7:30pm (Tues after proofreading).
Apr 7               Village Speakers Toastmasters Group. First Iconium Baptist Church, 542 Moreland Ave SE, Rm 104, 6:15pm-7:45pm (1st & 3rd Thurs).
Spring Break: Let’s Talk about Trees. East Atlanta Library, 400 Flat Shoals Ave SE, reservations required, 404-730-5438, 12pm.
Apr 9               Pet-EP Low-Cost Pet Vaccines. Intown Healthy Hound and City-Kitty, 981 Cherokee Ave SE, dogs on leashes, cats in carriers. 11am-1pm (2nd Sat).
Apr 11             Youth Chess Club. East Atlanta Library, 400 Flat Shoals Ave SE, 404-730-5438, 6pm.
Apr 12             East Atlanta Community Association (EACA) Brannan Tower, 1200 Glenwood Ave SE, 7pm.
Earth Day Storytime. East Atlanta Library, 400 Flat Shoals Ave SE, reservations required, 404-730-5438, 10:30am.
Apr 14             South Atlantans for Neighborhood Development (SAND). Beulah Heights University. 892 Berne St SE, Student Activities Building, west side. 7:30pm (2nd Thurs).
Apr 16             Illumine: Evening of Light & Art in the Garden. Oakland Cemetery, 248 Oakland Ave SE, $15 in advance, info@oaklandcemetery.com, 6-10pm.
SAT Strategy Session/Princeton Review. East Atlanta Library, 400 Flat Shoals Ave SE, for ages 12-18, bring a pencil, calculator, snack, and drink, reservations required, 404-730-5438,11am.
Apr 19             Grant Park Neighborhood Association (GPNA). Zoo Atlanta, 800 Cherokee Ave SE, ARC Building, south end of Cherokee Avenue parking lot. Everyone in Grant Park welcome. 7:30pm (3rd Tues).
Apr 20             Men’s Book & Bible Study. St Paul United Methodist Church, 501 Grant St SE, (3rd Wed) 7pm.
Apr 21             Village Speakers Toastmasters Group. First Iconium Baptist Church, 542 Moreland Ave SE, Rm 104, 6:15pm-7:45pm (1st & 3rd Thurs).
South East Atlanta Business Association (SEABA). Local establishment to be announced, for more information call 404-226-3075, or check www.seabaga.org. Time varies (3rd Thurs).
The Filling Station: A Place to Refuel For The Chronically Ill. Park Avenue Baptist Church, 486 Park Ave SE, Young Adults’ room, handicapped entrance in rear alley off Sydney Street, for information call Stephanie 404-295-4390 or email Annie at fillingstations@gmail.com. 6-7pm (3rd Thurs).
Apr 23             Saturday Storytime: Journey to Literacy. East Atlanta Library, 400 Flat Shoals Ave SE, free book for kids ages 3-8 with an adult, reservations required, 404-730-5438, 12pm.
Apr 27             Neighborhood Planning Unit W (NPU-W). Eastside Church, 468 Moreland Ave SE (corner of Metropolitan Ave) Street parking and also lot east of Long John Silver’s. 7:30pm (4th Wed).
NPU-W Transportation Committee. Eastside Church, 468 Moreland Ave SE (corner of Metropolitan Ave) Street parking and also lot east of Long John Silver’s. 6:30pm (4th Wed).
                        NPU-W Public Safety Committee. Eastside Church, 468 Moreland Ave SE (corner of Metropolitan Ave SE) Street parking and also lot east of Long John Silver’s. 6:30pm (4th Wed).
Apr 28             Money Smart Week for Kids. East Atlanta Library, 400 Flat Shoals Ave SE, for children age 12 and under, reservations required, 404-730-5438, 4:30pm.
Apr 30             Run With the Wolves. 5K & 1K walk & run fund raiser for Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School, Race starts behind Middle School campus on Eastwood Ave SE between Delaware Ave and Emerson Ave, $25 in advance, www.atlncs.org/5k. Race day registration open 7:15-8:05am.

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