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Thursday, October 4 — Sunday, October 7
Atlanta Greek Festival
Greek Orthodox Cathedral (2500 Clairmont Road)
Prepare to get your opa on with Atlanta's Greek community in a weekend of eating, dancing, and eating even more. More info.
Deal Nearby: Mediterranean Grill
Friday, October 5 & Saturday, October 7
Shop For Success Fundraiser
It's a match made in heaven: indulging your shopaholism while improving the lives of others. More info.
Deal Nearby: fab'rik
Friday, October 5, 7 p.m.
The Greaser's Ball: The First Annual Atlanta Man Calendar Release Party
Deal Nearby: Radial Cafe Handpicked
Saturday, October 6 & Sunday, October 7
Urban Coop Tour
All 'round town (self-guided)
Yes, it's all about eating local, but let's go ahead and admit it: some of those chickens are just damn cute. More info and tickets.
Saturday, October 6, 12 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Historic Fourth Ward Park
Beer. Beeeeer. Over 300 delicious, tasty craft beers... that benefit orphans in Uganda. Now that craft stout tastes even better. More info.
Deal Nearby: Zesto Ponce
Saturday, October 6
Atlanta Mini Maker Faire
Tech Walkway at GA Tech
Robots! Wooden typewriters! Other really curious inventions! Atlanta's robot-makers and tinkerers converge for a rather epic fair of 80+ makers. More info.
Deal Nearby: Piola
Saturday, October 6
Destination East Point
Downtown East Point
Haven't ventured southward of our little intown hub? Now's your excuse. Because really, who among us can turn down a fall festival... especially one with a Chicken Strut? More info.
Deal Nearby: Lov'n It Live
Saturday, October 6, 8 p.m. - 12 a.m.
Flux Night 2012
It's a night of art and experimentation, filled with performances, dance, installations, parades, and so much more. More info.
Deal Nearby: B Beatty
Sunday, October 7, 2 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Atlanta Streets Alive
N. Highland Avenue (from Glen Iris to Virginia Avenue)
Three miles of North Highland, blocked off not for construction or movie-making, but for your own amusement. Get out and play outside: there'll be bands, bikes, yoga, dancing, Beltline-walking, and even some ~*zumba*~. More info.
Deal Nearby: P'cheen
Sunday, October 7, 12 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday In The Park
The Victorians saw cemeteries not as spooky places to avoid after sundown, but places where the living could, you know, celebrate being alive. Frolic in this beautiful historic landmark with live music, delicious food (Pallookaville alert!), storytelling, and much more. More info.
Deal Nearby: H. Harper Station