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Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School’s Fall Festival

By Terri Heyns
Ten Things To Do at the Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School’s Fall Festival:

  • Ride a pony (or two)
  • Dunk a teacher (or maybe even a principal!)
  • Walk for a chance to win a yummy cake
  • Listen to DJ Amy Handler of AM 1690’s “The Kids Are Alright” Radio Show spin tunes
  • Paint a festive pumpkin
  • Bob for an apple (in a most unusual way!)
  • Make a ghost or dog-themed lantern for the Grant Park Halloween Lantern Parade
  • Bowl with a pumpkin and knock some teeth out
  • Bubble paint a giant picture
  • Dance and sing along with some of our neighborhood’s favorite entertainment – Guitarist Jimmy Galloway and Fun Party

On Saturday, October 20, the Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School (ANCS) will host a traditional fall festival with pony rides, harvest-style crafts and games, food, live music, and activities. Held on the school grounds of the elementary school campus at 688 Grant Street, the festival will take place from 11:00am to 2:00pm.
To purchase advance tickets, please visit Follow us at for the latest updates. Tickets are $8 per person, and children two and under are free. The ticket price includes most activities and one pony ride. Extra pony rides are $2.00 each. A family of four package is $25. Ticket price does not include food, drink, bake sale items, and some activities. For additional information about the festival, call 404-229-8534 or email

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