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Sign-Up for The Red Oak Winter Bazaar, December 4th

Sign-Up for The Red Oak Winter Bazaar, December 4th

Red Oak United Methodist Church is hosting their Winter Bazaar on Saturday, December 4, 2010 at 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. The Red Oak Winter Bazaar is an opportunity for professionals from various backgrounds to showcase the services in which their businesses offer to the public.

This event presents a chance for professionals to increase their clientele and customer base. Members of the community are invited to this event to become more aware of the diverse businesses within close reach, who offer potentially competitive prices for their services rendered.

The event is open to everyone from all walks of life and all ages, there will be food and a Kids Corner full of fun and games for the public.

All types and sizes of businesses are welcomed to register in order to rent a table for only $25. Contact Ruth Pinkney at ruthpinkney@bellsouth.net to get your business signed up.

Popular Play about Muslim American Families to Re-Show during Eid Weekend at Georgia State

Atlanta, GA--  Come and be the proverbial “fly-on-the-wall” as four Muslim couples use love, laughter, and faith to choose their next path in marriage.  The young newly-weds face outside temptation in the work place; while, another couple decide how to conceive a child when the wife is barren.  Have you ever wondered how polygamy works in Islam?  Meet two families who are trying to make it work. 

Local playwright and producer Yvette Suhailah West uses life experiences to show us “more than one” way to live and love in the name of marriage.  The play is energetic, emotional, and informative!

This drama-comedy will be held on November 20, 2010 at 2:00pm and 7:00pm in Georgia State University’s Speakers Auditorium, 44 Courtland St, Atlanta, GA  30303.  Tickets are now on sale for $20 general admission ($15 for students and senior citizens).  Discounted p

A Mysterious Outdoor Adventure Returns to Georgia

McDonough, GA--  

With 7 acres of planted corn and some talented Holstein dairy cows on at Southern Belle Farm, the Carter family is bringing back the corn maze to Georgia.  The popular McDonough labyrinth, that drew thousands of visitors last Fall, will once again get curious maze-goers lost when it opens to the public on September 18th.  Visitors will be amazed at the one-of-a-kind design the cows have ‘chomped’ down and made in the cornfield.

 

The dairy cows at Southern Belle Farm must have been secret fans of the Atlanta Braves because this year’s cornfield maze design features the image of retiring Braves Manager Bobby Cox.  The 2010 season marks Cox’s 29th as a Major League manager and his 25th at the helm of the Braves.

Metropolitan Atlanta Theater Awards Announces 2010 Ceremony

ATLANTA, GA -- Nearly 300 local theater leaders, supporters and fans from all throughout the Atlanta area will be on hand to recognize this year's nominees and winners at the Annual Metropolitan Atlanta Theater Awards Ceremony on Sunday, September 26 at 5:30 p.m. at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center in Roswell.

The ceremony will once again be headed up by one of Atlanta's most loved and acclaimed actors, Jeff McKerley, and punctuated with musical performances from this year's nominees for Best Overall Musical.

Since 2004, the Metropolitan Atlanta Theater (MAT) Awards has celebrated the talents of Atlanta's community theaters and small professional theater companies. The 2010 season brought 24 productions for consideration of awards, resulting in 108 nominees in 29 categories.

For more information about the 2010 MAT Awards Ceremony, please visit http://www.matawards.com/AwardCeremony.html.

Main Street McDonough Hosts Facade Grant Presentation at PJs Café

The Main Street McDonough Program held a Facade Grant Presentation on Wednesday, August 4, for PJs Café located on the McDonough Square at 30 Macon Street. Those gathered for the presentation include: (Front, L-R) Vanessa Merritt; Lisa Bishop; Owner Paul Gaffney; Mayor Billy Copeland; Councilmember Wayne Smith; Vicki Myers; and Mayor’s Assistant Leslie Balog; (Back, L-R) Hailey Everett, Mixx Vinson, and Main Street Director Linda Schenk.

The Facade Grant Improvement Program is a reimbursement grant offered to businesses and commercial property owners located within the Main Street District. Through this program, applicants may be reimbursed up to 50% of the cost of improved renovations not to exceed a maximum amount of $2500 per applicant.