DeKalb CSB to host benefit concert
The DeKalb Community Service Board will host a benefit concert featuring the Brighter Tomorrows Inspirational Choir on Friday, Sept. 12, 6 – 8 p.m., at the Richardson Health Center’s Bohan Auditorium, 445 Winn Way, Decatur.
The concert marks the two-year anniversary of the choir as well. Members of the choir are healthcare providers with the DeKalb Community Service Board. The concert's theme is “Shine.”
Entrance is free, but donations will be accepted to help benefit clients receiving mental health and substance abuse services at the DeKalb Regional Crisis Center. Attendees are also welcome to donate basic need items such as men's and women’s socks, undergarments and plain T-shirts.
Candler Park wraps up outdoor family movie series
The Friends of Candler Park and the Candler Park Neighborhood Organization will conclude their free family movie series in September. The movies are scheduled on the following Saturdays at dusk: Sept. 6, 13 and 20.
On Sept. 6, families can enjoy “Remember the Titans;” on Sept. 13, “The Lego Movie,” will be shown; and the series concludes on Sept. 20 with the “Karate Kid.”
Family games and other activities will start one hour before the movie begins at dusk in front of the park’s pool house.
ABL to present 30th Annual “Super Tuesday” conference
The Atlanta Business League is accepting registrations for its 30th Annual Super Tuesday conference, which will be held Sept. 30, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., at the Sheraton Hotel, 165 Courtland St., N.E., downtown Atlanta.
The day of activities includes exhibits, workshops, forums and an award's recognition luncheon honoring African American female business owners. Award categories include Home Office Business Achievement, Creative Style, Success Against the Odds, Non-Traditional Business Enterprise, and Outstanding Achievement.
For more information on registration, visit www.atlantabusinessleague.org or call 404-584-8126.
Watson to host Community Cabinet breakfast at Stephenson High
Commissioner Stan Watson will host the DeKalb Community Cabinet Breakfast on Saturday, Sept. 6, 9 – 11 a.m., at Stephenson High School, 701 Stephenson Road, Stone Mountain.
Speakers at the breakfast include representatives from Comcast Cable, Discover DeKalb, the DeKalb Convention &Visitors Bureau and the Georgia Department of Transportation.
The free breakfast is open to the community and is co-sponsored by the Stephenson High School PTSA. 404-371-3681.
Friends of the Park meeting set for communities of Wade Walker Park
DeKalb County Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs, along with Park Pride, will host a “Friends of the Park” interest meeting onSept. 9, 6:30-8 p.m., at Wade Walker Park Family YMCA, 5605 Rockbridge Road SW, Stone Mountain.
The meeting will educate citizens on the importance of community parks and how to partner with the county to keep them clean, safe and well used. Citizens will also have the chance to meet Park Pride staff and learn about various programs, funding and leadership opportunities to engage local communities to improve their neighborhood park.
For more information, call Dave Butler at 404-371-2540.
Department of Water Resources offers free workshop
Gwinnett County’s Department of Water Resources will host a free community workshop on Thursday, Sept. 11, 7 – 8:30 p.m., at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center’s auditorium, 75 Langley Drive, Lawrenceville.
Learn how fats, oils, and grease from your kitchen can contribute to water pollution in nearby waterways at this free workshop. Attendees from unincorporated Gwinnett County, the city of Lilburn, or the city of Peachtree Corners can qualify for a maximum five percent credit toward their storm water utility fee for the following year for attending the class.
Old-fashioned picnic, bluegrass festival set in Lawrenceville
Gwinnett County will host its annual bluegrass festival on the lawn of the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse, 185 West Crogan Street, Lawrenceville, on Saturday, Sept. 13, 10 a.m.
The festival features live music in the gazebo by local bluegrass artists, food by local vendors and viagra tablets australia craft artisans showcasing their artistic talents and selling their creations.
There will be a doggie parade and fashion show where the “Best Dressed” pup will win a prize, kid’s activities on the East Lawn such as face painting, arts and crafts and “krazy hair,” and new this year is a pie-eating contest.
All well-behaved and friendly dogs are welcomed and encouraged to viagra cialis for ed dress up. Visitors can also make a holiday card for a soldier through Operation Gratitude. Admission is free. 770-822-5450.
Unique horses come to Conyers
The Georgia International Horse Park, 1996 Centennial Olympic Parkway, Conyers, will host the Southern Classic Appaloosa Show on Saturday, Sept. 6, 9 a.m.
The Appaloosa is a horse breed best known for its colorful leopard-spotted coat pattern. There is a wide range of cialis viagra ranbaxy cheap body types within the breed stemming from the order generic cialis softtabs online influence of multiple breeds of horses throughout its history. Each horse’s color pattern is genetically the result of various spotting patterns overlaid on top of one of several recognized base coat colors.
Tax Commissioner registering for real estate summit
Rockdale County Tax Commissioner RJ Hadley and his staff are accepting registrations for a free Real Estate Summit on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 10:30 a.m., at the J.P. Carr Services Community Room, 981 Taylor Street, Conyers.
The summit will cover common tax-related issues and provide information to better prepare real estate professionals to serve their clients. Topics will include How to Determine Taxes for Homebuyers, Special Tax Breaks Available to Homeowners in Rockdale County and Buying Properties at Tax Sales.
“The topics at this summit are geared towards real estate professionals, including real estate and mortgage brokers and agents, title researchers and investors; however the event is generic viagra vs pfizer ? open to the public and online sales viagra citizens are encouraged to attend,” said Hadley.