Discover Dunwoody Methodist Church!

Join us for the first outdoor Discover DUMC of 2021! This is a great way to learn more about Dunwoody United Methodist Church.  Come hear our story and  get to know us better.
Bring your chair and join us at 10 AM for our Discover DUMC class, and then stay for our 11:22 am service in the parking lot.… Read More »

Members named to first Dunwoody Art Commission

The mission of the Dunwoody Art Commission is to develop policies, procedures and guidelines to implement the City’s Public Art Implementation Plan.

Dunwoody, GA – January 21, 2021 – The seven members of the first Dunwoody Art Commission will hold their first meeting in one week after being appointed by Mayor Lynn Deutsch and unanimously approved by City Council.… Read More »

Ask Tatiana: What’s up with the trend in parents making alcohol accessible to their teens?

Dear Tatiana,

Am I missing something? I am surrounded by a trend in parents turning their head or even worst, making alcohol accessible to their teens. I keep hearing “they are going to do it anyway, at least this way I know they are in my home.” This seems crazy to me, but now I am questioning if maybe I am doing something wrong as a parent.Read More »

Audra’s Visit to Dunwoody Baptist Preschool

By Audra H. Anders for The Aha! Connection

By now you may have noticed that I am getting out and about a little more.  I am still being Covid-cautious but am craving community interaction.  Therefore, I have offered to visit a few of our community business and share what I learn during my visits.  No offense to the others, but my favorite visit thus far was to Dunwoody Baptist Preschool!  Read More »

Redwolf Firewood Delivery Service – A DHS Finance Academy Business

Do you enjoy sitting by a warm fire on a cold winter night or a cool summer evening? If so, you are in the right spot! We are four Dunwoody High School Senior Entrepreneurs offering firewood delivered straight to your house. We sell premium, long burning logs at a great price! Please feel free to contact us via text or email for any questions or interests and we would be more than happy to help!… Read More »


Reuben Covey
(470) 269-0515

TWO urban licks Hosts A Lombardi Wine Tasting To Celebrate The New Year

Acclaimed wine experts, Tony Lombardi of Lombardi Wines and Todd Rushing of Concentrics Restaurants and TWO urban licks, are joining forces and hosting a special wine tasting event on Thursday, January 28, 2021 at Bully Boy in the Old Fourth Ward. From 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., wine lovers are invited to gather and sip on an array of delicious Lombardi wines accompanied by exquisite food pairings created by TWO urban licks’ Executive Chef Matt Weinstein, including Scallop Crudo, Chicken Liver Toast, Mixed Mushroom Strudel, Duck Confit, and a surprise dessert.… Read More »

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Jordana Yair
(404) 614-0006

The Importance of Mentorship During a Pandemic

“I have missed being able to see my Big PAL on a regular basis. Although we can’t see each other, I still feel loved.” – Little PAL

Little PALs participating in the Jewish Family & Career Services (JF&CS) PAL Program across the Atlanta area shared this sentiment as everyone continues to stay at home and exercise precautions during the pandemic.… Read More »


Sarah Bernstein

Sandy Springs Youth Sports – Register for Baseball & Softball by January 23!

Sandy Springs Youth Sports (SSYS) Baseball & Softball spring registration deadline is January 23!  SSYS at Morgan Falls Athletic Park is a non-profit 501(c)(3) volunteer organization serving over 850 children in the Sandy Springs, Dunwoody and Roswell communities. The park offers baseball, softball, flag & flex football, tackle football and cheerleading.  Please click here for full COVID-19 guidelines and refund policy. … Read More »

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Lately at Lunch with Lauren: Pizza Jeans • Big Dave’s Cheese-Steaks • TGM Menu

by Lauren Townsend for The Aha! Connection

Join the Lunch with Lauren Facebook group for immediate access to Lauren’s yummy news!

The sauce is what makes the margarita pizza from Pizza Jeans so perfect. I was worried when it was the only cheese pizza they offered because my children have refused the same pie at other places.… Read More »

Donors Help Children During the Holidays 

CAC’s Adopt-a-Family for the Holidays was a great success in 2020! Donors provided holiday gift cards to 1,478 children from 590 families! The holiday program gave families who came to CAC for help in 2020 a little extra help for holiday gifts for the children.  This year, due to COVID-19, we asked adopters to make donations for gift cards rather than provide gifts from wish lists.… Read More »

St. Martin’s Episcopal School – Apply Now

St. Martin’s Episcopal School is Atlanta’s preschool through 8th grade experience dedicated to graduating well-rounded individuals ready to wholeheartedly embrace life. We do this by giving students the personalized attention, instruction and support they need as they learn about the world and themselves through intellectual adventures, extracurricular opportunities and spiritual formation. We believe the transition from children to young adults is a time to savor and celebrate, and the best time to develop a strong foundation on which students can build for the rest of their lives.  … Read More »

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13 Tips for Kids Heading to College – Advice from Financial Innovations!

by Laura Schilling of Financial Innovations for The Aha! Connection

In today’s strange world leaving for college is not just about going to Bed Bath and Beyond to get your comforter.  Will you go to classes live or online?  Will the dorm stay open?  Will you wear masks on campus?  These are strange times; however, there are things that every college student should have/do on the financial front:

  1. A Financial Power of Attorney. 
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Spruill Center for the Arts Announces Doves of Hope Installation planned for January 30

In partnership with Pebble Tossers, Spruill Center for the Arts is calling on the community to help create a new art installation in the North DeKalb Cultural Arts Center atrium. The planned installation will feature 2,021 origami doves to symbolize our collective hopes and dreams for the New Year. The project is similar to the “Les Colombes” installations created at the Salisbury Cathedral in the United Kingdom and the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.… Read More »

Kwality Ice Cream ~ Audra’s Review

by Audra H Anders for The Aha! Connection

I will admit that ice-cream is not one of my weaknesses.   I like it but I can easily do without it.   However, my hubby is ADDICTED to ice-cream.   So my oldest and I were getting ready to leave TGM and he decided to see if he could find a new ice-cream place to grab some ice-cream for Dad.  … Read More »