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$25 = 6 Visit Punch Card for Moments with Mommy Art Classes at 2 Crafty Chicks ($42 value)

$25 = 6 Visit Punch Card for Moments with Mommy Art Classes at 2 Crafty Chicks ($42 value)

Squeeze in some family time with your mini Monet at 2 Crafty Chicks in Decatur! Today's Scoop: CLICK HERE TO SAVE 40% off a chance to paint and paste together at Moments with Mommy art classes! For kids ages 2-4 ($42 value).

THIS EXCLUSIVE DEAL ENDS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9TH AT MIDNIGHT

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A fun way to teach your kid to read! 50% off edutainment DVDs and CDs from Readeez ($30 value)

A fun way to teach your kid to read! 50% off edutainment DVDs and CDs from Readeez ($30 value)

Make it easy for your kids to learn reading, math and more with Today's Scoop: CLICK HERE TO PAY $15 AND GET $30 to spend on edutainment DVD's and CD's from Readeez.   THIS EXCLUSIVE DEAL ENDS MONDAY, OCTOBER 3RD AT MIDNIGHT

Dressbarn at Tanger Outlet in Locust Grove holds Teacher Appreciation Day Friday Sept. 30, 2011

 Dressbarn at Tanger Outlet in Locust Grove holds  Teacher Appreciation Day Friday Sept. 30, 2011

This Friday, September 30th, will be a special day for Teachers at the Dressbarn Store at Tanger Outlet in Locust Grove, Georgia.

It is Teacher Appreciation Day from 3pm until 9pm.  Dressbarn will give all Teachers a 20% discount on all regularly priced items.

There will be a drawing for 2 Gift Baskets as door prizes for the teachers and while supplies last Gift Bags.  The Tanger Outlet

Dressbarn at 1000 Tanger Drive in Locust Grove is the only store that is having this Teacher Appreciation Day.   Just come in and

identify you are a teacher to recieve the discount and the ticket for the drawing.   If you have questions  the number is 770-914-1937.

 

 

$25 = 5 Visit Card for Sing-Along Drop-In Classes at Eclectic Music ($50 value)

$25 = 5 Visit Card for Sing-Along Drop-In Classes at Eclectic Music ($50 value)

Do-Re-Mi-Oh-My! Save 50% off Sing-Along Drop-In Music Classes! CLICK HERE TO PAY ONLY $25 for a 5 Visit Punch Card at Eclectic Music ($50 value). Both Virginia Highland and Ansley Park studios offer this delightful class for little ones.

THIS EXCLUSIVE DEAL ENDS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH AT MIDNIGHT

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BEST SPOTS: Labor Day Weekend Activities in Atlanta

BEST SPOTS: Labor Day Weekend Activities in Atlanta

ATLANTA -- If you're stuck in Atlanta for the Labor Day holiday, don't worry, there are plenty of events to make your weekend unforgettable. The Where U Live team has compiled a list of things to do for familes, foodies, runners and many more.

Families:

There are a number of things for families to do, this weekend, around Atlanta. At the Chastain Park Amphitheatre HLM Worldwide and Soul Headphones by Ludacris will host a concert called “The Reunion” with The Isley Brothers, El Debarge and Carl Thomas. The concert will be hosted by Idris Elba on Saturday afternoon.

Take your family to see one of the greatest spectacles, presented by the Cirque de Soleil Company. Dralion infuses the “ancient Chinese circus tradition and the avant-garde approach of Cirque du Soleil production”.

BEST SPOTS: The Tabernacle

ATLANTA -- It has played host to many international rock stars, soul singers and stand-up comics; it's  Atlanta's oldest concert venue and it started out as a church. This week, the Where U Live team spoke with booker Adam Cohon about the history of the Tabernacle.

BEST SPOTS: Movies in the Park

BEST SPOTS: Movies in the Park

ATLANTA – As the summer wraps up students and parents are thinking of ways to enjoy their summer “to the last drop”. During the summer, many communities hosted free movie viewing at public parks. The screenings are designed to encourage family bonding time and fellowship.

People say watching movies in the park or under the stars is relaxing.