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Sunday, November 4, 2012
Friday, October 26, 2012
Also this weekend: the last Clarkston Farmers Market of the season on Sunday, Country Living Fair at Stone Mountain Park and several fall festivals.
This is the final weekend for: When: Runs through Sunday, Oct. 28, 7-9 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays 7 - 9:30 p.m. Where: Stone Mountain Park's Antebellum Plantation Why go: This is the 27th year for the Halloween family event, which is sponsored by ART Station and includes a mix of ghost, fun and spooky stories. Cost is $15 for adults and $7 for children (12 & under). Discounted adult tickets are $12 when purchased in advance online or at the ART Station Box Office. Discounted child tickets are available on Children's Group Nights which are all three Sundays of the "Tour". Ticket prices for Children's Group Nights are $3 per child (12 & under) with a group of 10 or more children. When: Through Sunday, Oct. 28 Where: Stone Mountain …
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Trunk or Treat and library craft programs can take the scary out of Halloween for those who prefer to laugh rather than scream.
For some folks, the scary and gory side of Halloween just isn't their cup of apple cider. But they still want to have fun. Here are a few places in Stone Mountain and Lithonia that are playing up the ligher side of the fall season more than the dark. We'll keep adding to this list, so if you have a suggestion for a local spot that'll have kids (and adults) doing more laughing than screaming, please write it in the comments section below with the pertinent details - when, where, whether there's a fee to get in, etc. And don't forget you can add all upcoming Halloween events to our Patch calendar! When: Saturday Oct. 27, 3-5 p.m. Where: Mountain View Baptist Church, 4618 Redan Rd., Stone Mountain Why go: A good, fun, free time for the kids. …
Sunday, October 21, 2012
The festival on Wilburn Farm in Lithonia included apple cider-making, games, and a very bumpy (but fun) hayride.
On its second day on Saturday, the Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve Fall Festival at Wilburn Farm provided simple seasonal pleasures, including apple-cider made right on the spot and a lovely, bumpy hayride over the granite outcrops and hilly paths that pass an old barn. In addition, there were presentations by Atlanta Wild Animal Rescue Effort (AWARE), face-painting, live music, and games. Do you have photos from the Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve Fall Festival at Wilburn Farm? Click on the "Upload Photos & Videos" and share them with other Patch readers!