Tickets are available for the 32nd Annual UNCF Atlanta Mayor’s Masked Ball on Dec. 19 at the Marriott Marquis, where local personalities will walk the red carpet.
Historian Angela Pulley Hudson discusses her book, “Real Native Genius: How an Ex-slave and a White Mormon Became Famous Indians,” on Dec. 1 at the Decatur Library.
More than 300 Nativity scenes from around the world will be on exhibit at the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany for the 20th holiday season beginning Dec. 5.
Members of the DeKalb Section of the National Council of Negro Women celebrate their 25th anniversary with a Silver Gala on Dec. 6 at the Marriott Century Center in Atlanta.
Paula Wright will share her journey of discovery that began with a treasure-trove of family photos on Dec. 8 at the Doris K. Wells Heritage Festival.
Atlanta’s Box Hero Corps will perform in the 35th Annual Children’s Christmas Parade on Dec. 5 in Midtown.
Santa Dee will make a jolly appearance at Lithonia’s annual Tree Lighting & Holiday Celebration on Dec. 6.
Six metro Atlanta churches choirs are ringing in the yuletide at the annual handbell Christmas concert on Dec. 6 at First Baptist Church East Point.
Future health care professionals in Cedar Grove High’s HOSA Chapter are out and about in the community, raising $200 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society during the Light the Night Walk and helping to organize an annual blood drive in ...
The Rev. Marti Keller leads a discussion focusing on thankfulness at the Interfaith Naturalist Walk – Soapstone Ridge on Nov. 22.
More than 200 families will get help with their holiday meal on Nov. 23 at Crossroads Presbyterian Church in Stone Mountain.
Five churches in the city of Lithonia are co-hosting their annual Community Thanksgiving Service on Nov. 22 at Rockland United Methodist Church.
Three congregations – Big Miller Grove Baptist, First Afrikan Presbyterian and Ousley United Methodist – along Panola Road in Lithonia are joining together on Nov. 24 for their annual Thanksgiving Service.
When it’s time to give thanks, Americans hit the road in droves.
Donations of clothing and personal care items and holiday sweets are being accepted through early December at Avondale Estates City Hall for the Mayors’ Christmas Motorcade.