DeKalb homeowners can save water and money with the county’s Toilet Retrofit Rebate Program as the state grapples with drought conditions.
Golfers will take a swing to end senior hunger in Greater Atlanta at Swing Fore! Seniors on Oct. 31 at the Smoke Rise Country Club in Stone Mountain.
Georgia consumers who are buying used cars are urged to be wary of vehicles that might have sustained flood damage as the result of Hurricane Matthew.
Registered hunters can participate in the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ quota deer hunt on Nov. 8-9 at Panola Mountain State Park in Stockbridge.
Students at Toney Elementary, Columbia Middle and Columbia High have until Oct. 28 to submit an entry in the Toney Valley Civic Association’s Logo Competition for a chance to win a $75 Visa gift card.
Families can register through Oct. 31 for the second annual Parent Palooza on Nov. 5 at Mary McLeod Bethune Middle School in Decatur.
Parents, teachers and advocates can attend “The Culturally Relevant Classroom: A Focus on Children of African Descent” on Oct. 29 at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta.
Sponsors, donors and vendors are needed for the Men of Redan’s inaugural health fair on Nov. 5 at Redan High in Stone Mountain.
Individuals and families can get free health screenings and free food at Community Outreach Day on Oct. 29 at Recovery Consultants of Atlanta Community Health Center in Decatur.
Smokers who need help to break the habit can attend the free Quit Smart Program at Kaiser Permanente Panola Medical Center in Lithonia.
Free health screenings and STD/HIV testing as well as fun activities will be available at the DeKalb Board of Health’s STD/HIV Haunted Maze health fair on Oct. 29 at the Exchange Park Recreation Center in Decatur.
Taxpayers can get tips to prepare for the 2016 tax season on Oct. 29 at the Hairston Crossing Library in Stone Mountain.
Beginning Nov. 1, eligible residents 65 and older or those who are homebound can apply for assistance with heating bills through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.
Purchase fees are waived for DeKalb residents and county government employees at the DeKalb County Auction Absolute Sales on Oct. 29 at ADESA Atlanta in Fairburn.
About 50 business, civic and community leaders as well as Realtors have been invited to participate in the Seeing Is Believing Tour and State of the District Address on Nov. 1 hosted by the DeKalb School District and the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce.
Eligible women can receive a free mammogram on Oct. 25 at A Crucial Catch Day – Screening Saves Lives at Oakhurst Medical in Stone Mountain.
Kids in pre-k through fifth grade and their families can participate in the third annual Triple Tales Family Festival on Oct. 29 at the Decatur Library.
Kids can get a jump on Halloween loot with a Trick-or-Treat Scavenger Hunt on Oct. 26 at the Decatur Library.
Members of the DeKalb Police Department are presenting fall holiday events on Oct. 29 and Oct. 31 in Decatur and Stone Mountain.
Students and staff of St. Peter Claver Regional Catholic School will celebrate the beauty of diverse cultures on Oct. 26 at its Multicultural Mass and Culinary Tasting.