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Novelist Claire Cook is the special guest for the Cobb Library Foundation's luncheon on Wednesday.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files
Food, fun, music, shopping and more return to the Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Church this weekend.
Students, staff and parents will beautify the school's entrance again this weekend.
Reservations are required by Wednesday for the joint appearance by Patti Callahan Henry and Charles Martin.
Get your kids signed up now for a summer's worth of enriching activities.
They offered a preview of this summer's "The Motown Sound" at Commissioner Bob Ott's town hall meeting this week.
Arts, Holiday Guide
Friday marks the opening night of Atlanta Ballet's 12-13 season finale "Love Stories" at the Cobb Energy Centre.
The Breaking the Shackles benefit concert Friday at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church aims to raise money to fight against modern-day slavery, including human trafficking. Tickets can be bought online or at Chick-fil-A on Johnson Ferry Road.
Novelist Claire Cook is the special guest for the Cobb Library Foundation's May 22 luncheon.
More than 70 vendors will showcase their best dishes, including Italian, seafood, steak, BBQ and desserts on Sunday.
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