Posts tagged with "Family"

GospelFest Concert at Oakhurst Presbyterian

Posted by Guest April 28, 2018

Oakhurst Presbyterian Church will host its 22nd annual GospelFest on Saturday, April 28 at 5:30pm. This free gospel music concert features talented and uplifting performances from several local (and not-so-local) choirs and soloists. It’s 90 minutes of joyful live music you won’t forget! Admission is free, but we’ll “pass the hat” for a voluntary donation […]

Responsive Home Workshop at The Friends School of Atlanta

Posted by Guest April 16, 2018

After last year’s success, The Friends School of Atlanta (FSA) is pleased to again offer the Responsive Home workshop in partnership with the Willow Foundation. Led by Responsive Classroom consultant Amy Kelly, this workshop offers social and emotional management strategies that parents and families can use at home in conjunction with the Responsive Classroom techniques […]

New Primrose School of Druid Hills Hosts Grand Opening

Posted by Guest October 21, 2017

Please join Franchise Owners Laura and Paul Stechmesser for a grand opening event to celebrate Primrose School of Druid Hills. Local families and children are invited to attend the grand opening celebration on Saturday, Oct. 21, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. During the grand opening celebration, children and families will have the opportunity to […]

Jones wins school board seat in Decatur’s only contested election

Posted by Decaturish.com November 5, 2013

Lewis Jones will take the District 1, Post A seat on the Decatur School Board now held by Marc Wisniewski, the board chairman, who decided not to seek re-election. With all precincts reporting, Jones received 52.48 percent of the vote to edge Mark Arnold. Jones got 793 votes, Arnold 718. Jones was not immediately available […]

Multi-million dollar CSD office project passes major hurdles

Posted by Decaturish.com October 9, 2013

A new $5.9 million office and community building cleared all major construction hurdles and will be ready for its slated May 2014 opening, architects assured school board members at Tuesday’s public meeting. Despite an accelerated schedule, lead architect Andrew Rutledge assured officials the Beacon Municipal Center will open by May 1, giving City Schools of Decatur […]

Picnics, Patios Popular on Picturesque Friday Night in Downtown Decatur

Posted by Decaturish.com September 6, 2013

Clear skies and 74.3 degrees, 67% humidity is my idea of perfect weather. By the looks on the crowds on the sidewalks and patios, a lot of people agree with me. Jessica Morgan and her kids wrestled playfully on the pavilion near the gazebo in the square. Squeals of laughter pierced the crisp golden-hour air. Tonight’s […]

Blue Sky Concert Series Kickoff

Posted by Decaturish.com September 4, 2013

There were no sour notes in Decatur Square Wednesday afternoon as the Blue Sky Concert series sent echoes through the city. Families, friends, and working folks on their lunch break gathered on blankets and tables near the bandshell to take in the sun and the sounds from resident piano-popper Kurt Scobie. City of Decatur Special […]

SLIDESHOW: Sunday Scene at Decatur Book Festival

Posted by Decaturish.com September 1, 2013

Umbrellas saved the day for the many prepared patrons of the Decatur Book Festival. I was down there helping serve up Chicken Tikka Masala & the trimmings at the Bhojanic tent and I saw a lot of happy people walking around with raindrops on their shoulders and smiles on their faces. It could have been […]

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