Fright Night at The Battery
Calling all the ghouls, goblins and monsters. The Battery is getting spooky with their cemetery-themed fright night event. The event takes place at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 23. and will feature live music, entertainment, games and a costume contest with cash prizes.
Atlanta schools see a high graduation rate
Graduation rates in the Atlanta Public Schools (APS) reached a new average of 83.1%. This now puts APS at just a .6% point away from the state average. This new percentage is higher than any other year since 2012.
Celebrate Black-owned fashion in ATL
What started as a promotion for Black-owned designers in the city turned into a weekend full of showcases. Over 20 Black designers will come together this weekend at the North Point Mall in Alpharetta to showcase their luxury items. The event will take place Oct. 21 - Oct. 24.
Pumpkins for your pumpkin!
Before October wraps up, be sure to head out to a pumpkin patch with your friends, family or that special someone. Many Atlantans can enjoy picking out a pumpkin, corn mazes, hayrides and more. Click the link to view the roundup of pumpkin patches around Atlanta.
Okay, I've only seen chili cook-offs in movies, but Atlanta is hosting an event this weekend in Dunwoody. Cooks and chefs can register to showcase their dish at the event and attendees can grab tickets to enjoy tasting all the chili their stomachs can handle.
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