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This weekend – What’s happening in Avondale Estates?

Avondale Estates

This weekend – What’s happening in Avondale Estates?


Avondale LogoPeople living in Avondale Estates who want to spend the weekend of Feb. 8 and Feb. 9 in town might want to check out

Customer Appreciation Day and Adoptions at Second Life Thrift Store in Avondale Estates – Feb. 8 from 11 am to 6 pm – 1 North Clarendon Ave. and 89 North Clarendon Ave (behind the Tudor Village)

From Second Life, “Join Second Life this Saturday, February 8, for our Customer Appreciation Day as we celebrate our third anniversary with store wide sales, dog adoptions, snacks and more! Valentine’s Day is the day of love – and what better way to find love than to adopt your new best friend?”

“Jerusalem” movie viewing and deli lunch with Avondale Pattillo United Methodist Church – Saturday, Feb. 8, starting at 9 am – APUMC, 3260 Covington Highway, Decatur

From Avondale Pattillo UMC, “Meet at the church to view travel photos of Jerusalem, including Nazareth, the River Jordan and other important Biblical sites. Participants will then carpool to the Fernbank Museum of Natural History to watch the National Geographic IMAX movie “Jerusalem,” which shows the city from the perspective of three teenagers of different faiths.”

Druid Hills High School Auction Party – Saturday, Feb. 8, from 6:30 pm to midnight – Avondale Community Clubhouse, 59 Lakeshore Drive

From Druid Hills High, “Support our neighborhood public high school while having a great time right here in Avondale Estates by attending the Druid Hills High School Auction Party! For more information or to purchase tickets, visit the DHHS Auction Party website.”

Georgia Young Composers Festival Concert – Saturday, Feb. 8, at 7:30 pm – Avondale First Baptist Church, 47 Covington Highway

From Avondale First Baptist, “Avondale First Baptist Church will ring with the sounds of brand new choral music as it plays host to the 2014 Georgia Young Composers Festival. A production of the DeKalb Choral Guild, this competition accepts submissions of works by high school and undergraduate students as well as graduate level composers.”

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