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Fri / May 5, 2017

Cinco de Mayo - Young Professional Night

BRAVO!, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's young professionals group, invites you to join us for an evening of cocktails, culture and conversation.

Two Events For Only $30
(That's 20% off the regular ticket price)
Purchase here with promo code BRAVO, tickets includes:

> Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Happy Hour Concert from 6:30-7:30pm

> Entry to the High Museum First Friday Event following the concert

6:30 AM

Atlanta Symphony Hall & High Museum of Art

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Mon / May 8, 2017

6th Annual Atlanta Summit on Global Health Focus on Women and Adolescent Girls

On May 8, the World Affairs Council of Atlanta, together with CARE USA, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and McKinsey Social Initiative, is organizing our sixth annual Atlanta Summit on Global Health: Focus on Women and Adolescent Girls. Adolescent girls and young women in low-income countries comprise a highly vulnerable population. Their health and life chances heavily impact the future of their societies. Atlanta’s Global Health Summit will examine the issues surrounding adolescent girls and women by addressing topics such as economic inclusion, access to education and women’s empowerment. The summit also will feature the newly released report of the CSIS Task Force on Women’s and Family Health, which proposes a major U.S. initiative to expand the delivery of four proven health interventions to adolescent girls and young women. Over the last five years, this conference has become a highlight for Atlanta’s global health community. The summit will bring together diverse partners and highlight the key role that Atlanta plays as a hub for global health. Public registration opens in early April.

8:30 AM

The Ritz-Carlton Buckhead

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Wed / May 10, 2017

ATLTech Gives Back

Do you know your fellow Atlanta tech community members? Get out of the office for a day, mix and mingle with your fellow techies, and give back to our city at the same time! ATL Tech Gives Back will harness the power of Atlanta’s passionate technology community for the greater good. Following a morning of service in a local park (coordinated by our friends at Park Pride), enjoy a catered lunch outside with new and old friends. And rest up in the afternoon, because at night we’ll see you at an after-party with food, drinks, entertainment, and raffles with great prizes!

Roll up your sleeves, do good, get social, and have fun!

9:00 AM

Dekalb Memorial Park

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Thu / May 25, 2017

The Dynamic City: The Trends and Relationships Impacting Your Bottom Line

Save the Date & Join the Conversation. You are invited to join us in a conversation with retired Atlanta Federal Reserve President Dennis Lockhart and Distinguished University Professor Jan Nijman, the Director of Georgia State University' new Urban Studies Institute. Learn how today's urban challenges are transforming cities, communities and businesses, and how these challenges impact economic growth and inclusion.

8:00 AM

Metro Atlanta Chamber

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Sat / July 29, 2017

Prohibition in the Park

Enjoy an elegant evening in the garden at Heritage Green, featuring heavy hors d’oeuvres and complimentary libations, plus a silent auction to benefit the Heritage Sandy Springs Farmers Market and Historic Resources Program! Tickets include five tastings of specialty craft cocktails, sponsored by The Savvy Cellars and JR Revelry, which will be infused with ingredients from the Farmers Market. Hors d’oeuvres will be prepared by Brooklyn Cafe, Savor Bar and Kitchen, Slope’s BBQ, CalyRoad Creamery, and Cloud Catering. Guests can experience the feel of the Prohibition-era in the cigar lounge, sponsored by Sandy Springs Cigars, while enjoying jazz music. Heritage Sandy Springs will present the history of moonshine and speakeasies from Sandy Springs to the metro-Atlanta area, and throughout the state of Georgia. Four cocktail bars and a speakeasy will feature the unique histories of five liquors. Mary O. Boyle and Ron Smith discuss their historical book Prohibition in Atlanta with interested guests. This book has generously been donated to the event’s silent auction, as well as a one-of-a-kind Frabel glass sculpture. You won’t want to miss this roaring (20’s) good time! Cocktail attire requested; themed outfits encouraged.

7:00 PM

Heritage Sandy Springs 6110 Bluestone Rd Sandy Springs, GA 30328

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Sat / August 26, 2017

Wine Fest ATL 2017

Join Wine Connoisseur Magazine for their 1st Annual Wine Fest where you can sample premium varietals from some of the best Georgia wineries, all while listening to live music all day and all night long. To purchase tickets, visit website.

1:00 AM

Mason Fine Art Gallery

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