The Sarcoidosis Awareness 5K Walk n Run takes place on April 25 at Panola Mountain State Park at the Alexander Lake Path.
A cast of senior citizens will stage the musical drama “The March on Selma” on April 28 at the Lou Walker Senior Center in Lithonia.
A free photo exhibit that sheds light on Georgia’s poverty epidemic opens April 23 at the Porter Sanford III Performing Arts Center.
Get out those dusty musical instruments stored in closets and under beds and put them to good use – donate them on April 25 at the Mall at Stonecrest.
Readers looking for great deals on books can stop by the Friends of Stonecrest Library book sale on April 18.
The VFW Steppers will celebrate their second anniversary with a Red and White Gala on April 18 in Decatur.
The Rev. Dr. L.H. Whelchel, professor of church history at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, will help Shy Temple celebrate its 93rd anniversary on April 19.
Atlanta author and playwright Pearl Cleage and the Alliance Theatre revisit “Blues for an Alabama Sky” with a 20th anniversary celebration of the production’s world premiere at the Alliance in 1995.
The harmonious sounds of the Rust College A’Cappella Choir will fill Ben Hill United Methodist Church on April 12 for a free concert.
In April 2014, fifth-grader Willie Myrick was singing for his life as an abductor raced around Atlanta with him locked in the back of the car.
Eight women were honored with HerStory Awards for their community service and accomplishments at the second annual Conversation & Coffee event on March 29 at the Porter Sanford III Performing Arts Center.
Kids can get their Easter baskets ready for egg hunts and holiday activities throughout South DeKalb.
Readers and storytellers of all ages can join the Wesley Chapel Book Club and Imani Literacy Group for a read-in on April 4 at the library that pays tribute to five African-American writers.
Easter morning atop Stone Mountain holds fond memories for Norbert Lanford, grandson of the originator of the Easter Sunrise Service.
First Afrikan Presbyterian will observe its annual “Seven Last Words” Good Friday Worship on April 3.