The Atlanta Wedding Extravaganza safely brings Vendors together with Brides & Grooms, Providing Engaged Couples with Memorable Celebrations, Jan. 23-29, 2021

2021 is expected to be a big year for weddings and couples can’t wait to begin their plans. After months of postponing and rescheduling, weddings are making a comeback, and the VIRTUAL Atlanta Wedding Extravaganza (formerly Bridal Extravaganza of Atlanta) is stepping up safely, with an online wedding show January 23-29, 2021. All the pros they’ll need will be here at the weeklong event to help couples get creative about dates, guest lists, catering, etc.… Read More »

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Shelly Danz
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Travel Tuesday with Danielle ~ Take our one question 2021 Travel Poll!

by Danielle Garrett of PlanIt Itineraries for The Aha! Connection

Many of you had your 2020 vacations stripped from you and replaced with quarantining, social distancing, and small social bubbles!  There are many questions circling around 2021….When will the vaccine be distributed, when can I see family safely, when can I stop wearing a mask, when will international travel open AND will Covid stop the sneak attacks on all my plans? … Read More »

The Rink Returns to Park Tavern Thanksgiving Weekend

Once upon a time, there was a Miracle on 10th Street and with the return of The Rink at Park Tavern Powered by Pepsi Zero, Atlantans and visitors alike can embrace the magic and nostalgia of the holiday season beginning Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 26, 2020 through Presidents Day, February 15, 2021. A beloved annual tradition, this year, guests of all ages are invited to enjoy a new theme at The Rink at Park Tavern Powered by Pepsi Zero, A Miracle on 10th Street.… Read More »

Edison Prep – Important ACT/SAT Score Information & More!

Happy October ACT Score Release Day!

Lots of great Edison Prep news and updates:

1.) Below is a side-by-side comparison of Sept. 2019 ACT (fully in-person) and Sept. 2020 ACT (fully virtual). The results might surprise you; Sept. 2020 results were 21% higher — an average of 5.1 points across all tutoring types/homework completion levels.

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Support Savvy Cyber Kids and Get a Chance to Win a Tesla!

Fundraising has always been a challenge for non-profit organizations, especially small 501(c)(3) non-profits like Savvy Cyber Kids. Add the events of 2020 on top of everything else and we needed a new way to fundraise that will help us to continue to develop new and updated learning materials for parents and educators of today’s youth.

We are trying something new, a raffle where the winner gets a new car (and cash).… Read More »

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Dunwoody Invites Visitors to Discover ‘Holiday Haven’ Just North of Atlanta

Discover Dunwoody today announced a line-up of events and activities that will help both locals and visitors celebrate the most wonderful time of the year.  A premier hub for holiday shopping and dining just 10 miles north of Atlanta, the destination will transform into “Your Holiday Haven” with a variety of virtual and socially distanced in-person events, providing ways to enjoy less hustle and more spirit this holiday season.… Read More »

Malachi’s Storehouse Overflows with Thanks

Food Pantry at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church Is Grateful for Community Support

 “At Malachi’s Storehouse, 2020 has been a year filled with challenges but also overflowing with enormous gratitude,” says Judi Carlson, Director of Malachi’s Storehouse, an outreach ministry of St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church dedicated to addressing food insecurity in metro Atlanta.

“Since March, we have provided more than 500,000 pounds of fresh as well as shelf-stable food to more than 2,700 households, all via our new drive-through system that was implemented because of COVID-19.… Read More »

Tour the Old City of Jerusalem This Hanukkah – A Free Live Virtual Tour

The Atlanta Israel Coalition in partnership with the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta is pleased to present  Tour the Old City of Jerusalem This Hanukkah – A Free Live Virtual Tour.  This December 13 webinar will be engaging for families, students, and individuals of all ages. 

We hope you will join us as well as spread the word about this fun virtual tour with your family, friends, and other networks. … Read More »

4 foods to avoid this Thanksgiving…when it comes to pet safety

Note from Audra:   In September I almost lost my George because he accidentally ingested raisins in leftover chicken salad.   Luckily I realized it ASAP and was able to follow the advice from my Vet and get him to vomit them back up.   Gross, I know, but I couldn’t live without my George.   Apparently raisins (and grapes) are very very very toxic to dogs.  … Read More »