Top 19 Atlanta Happenings This Weekend

Fall officially arrives this weekend, and Atlanta is definitely in the spirit to celebrate! Explore what’s happening all weekend long with our Top 19 Happenings Around Atlanta This Weekend: Thursday – Sunday, September 20th – 23rd, 2018.

Kick off your weekend a bit early with unlimited tastes from Buckhead’s premier restaurants, or hop on over the the Atlanta Botanical Garden for a cocktail and some live entertainment. Some of the city’s favorite events take place all weekend long from the beloved Beltline Lantern Parade, Fourth Ward Tour of Homes, and a Fall Festival! Wine lovers will enjoy the wine varietals at Aqua Vino, City Winery’s Harvest Party, and the Kirkwood Wine Stroll. Looking for more family fun? The opportunities are endless with delicious food, kid-friendly entertainment, and more.

Whatever your tastes, this weekend has a variety of fun for all ages – and we have you covered with 19 unique happenings all weekend long!

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Blayne Macauley Solo Show | Anne Irwin Fine Art

Anne Irwin Fine Art proudly presents the newest works of Blayne Macauley, featuring 10-12 large works in her first solo show, “Memory in An Unreliable Narrator.” Joining the gallery in 2017, Blayne has also participated in a number of the gallery’s group shows, including the Emerging Artists Show and Small Works Show.

Event Details
Friday | October 5th, 2018

Blayne uses symbols to create abstract paintings, which represent exact moments in her life.  Her work has been featured inAtlanta Homes & Lifestyles, Southern Living and Southern Seasons Magazine. 

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Woodland Spirits | Fernbank Museum

Evoke mystery and adventure this Halloween season as you encounter Fernbank’s new outdoor experience, Woodland Spirits. Ghostly visitors will be found throughout the shadows and trees in Fernbank Forest and WildWoods – some waiting in plain sight!

Event Details
September 29th – November 11th, 2018

Location
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
767 Clifton Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30307

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Buckhead Fine Arts Festival

The heart of Buckhead is one of Atlanta’s most prestigious areas, home to one of the largest art buying communities in the city. Join visitors from all over the country to celebrate with outdoor festivities at the Buckhead Fine Arts Festival! 

Festival Dates
September 22nd – 23rd, 2018

Festival Hours
Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Sunday 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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Brookhaven Arts Festival

Mark your calendars for the 14th Annual Brookhaven Arts Festival! The two-day festival is the perfect opportunity to enjoy Fall in Atlanta with over 140 artists, musical performances, children’s activities, fantastic food, and more!

FESTIVAL DETAILS

Saturday | October 20th, 2018
10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday | October 21st, 2018
12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Location
4047 Peachtree Road NE
Behind Brookhaven MARTA Station (Apple Valley Road side)

Free Admission & Parking

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Soft and Subtle | Anne Irwin Fine Art

Anne Irwin Fine Art proudly presents Soft and Subtle, a beautiful exhibit in which three of the gallery’s fabulous female artists are featured! Come enjoy the Opening Reception where you’ll explore these remarkable works of art, meet the artists, and enjoy cocktails and lite bites.

Opening Reception
Friday | September 7th, 2018
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Show runs through September 29th.

Anne Irwin Fine Art
690 Miami Circle NE, #150
Atlanta, GA 30324

The exhibition will showcase all new paintings from Christina Baker, Lynn Johnson, and Sarah Otts. Each artist utilizes sophisticated color palettes and delicate, subtle techniques, creating gorgeous paintings sure to resonate with the audience. 

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Friday Jazz at The High Museum of Art

Friday Jazz returns to the High Museum of Art for an evening with a seamless blend of jazz and hip hop from trumpeter Christopher Allison.  Hosted by Jamal Ahmad from Jazz 91.9 WCLK (Atlanta’s jazz station), live jazz performances will be featured in the atrium of the High Museum of Art every third Friday – always with a great lineup!

Event Details
Friday | September 21st, 2018
6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Relax with a cold cocktail, explore the museum’s permanent collections, and enjoy the standards and original music of Christopher Allison!

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Discover ADAC

Illuminate your style among all levels of design enthusiasts at Design ADAC! The three-day celebration features a full program of book signings, product launches, cocktail parties, salon-style talks, and pop-up shops.

Event Details
September 25th – 27th, 2018

Location
ADAC | Atlanta Decorative Arts Center
351 Peachtree Hills Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30305

Events will highlight design and unique lifestyles as guest speakers and industry professionals share their expertise across an array of home-related topics. From traditional to modern, interiors to landscapes, attendees will be given an inside look into the design world – and pick up some fabulous inspiration along the way!

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3 Home Tours to See This Fall

With Fall just around the corner, there’s no better time for some inspiration around the home!

Whether you are looking to explore the beautiful neighborhoods of Atlanta or renovate your own home, these 3 Home Tours to See Around Atlanta This Fall will inspire all tastes.

Explore the neighborhood eateries, shop the local spots, and fall in love with the beauty of each home – large and small, historic and modern – and everything in between!

Guests will enjoy the unique charm of each neighborhood and home throughout the tours. From classic, historic beauty to contemporary, sustainable-living spaces, these 3 Home Tours showcase in the unbeatable range of lifestyle and decor throughout Atlanta.

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