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The Martin Luther King Center is offering free admission and parking. Plan your visit today. The King Center is at 449 Auburn Ave. NE, just east of downtown Atlanta.
This epic game features men & women engaging in full-contact tackle football while wearing three-piece suits! It all goes down at 2pm at the Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark athletic field.
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Check out the @cocarshow show, attend a football game featuring players wearing 3 piece suits @3PSF or take part in a Groundhog Day festival for FREE this weekend.— Nelson Hicks (@NelsonHicksWSB) February 1, 2018
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Don’t miss out on the chance to attend the 40th Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival! Witness jugglers, unicyclists, hoopers, kendama, live music and family fun for all ages. The juggling competition for the famous PHIL award happens Saturday at 2 p.m. Check our website for other games and events. You can also enjoy a free juggling session by simply asking at the registration table. Admission is free to spectators and the public at large for all daytime events, and the public is invited to watch activities in the gym anytime. For festival participants (jugglers, unicylists, yo-yoists, hoopers, etc.), registration for the entire weekend is $30.
Caffeine and Octane is a nationally recognized all makes, all models car show that regularly attracts over 2000 vehicles and 15,000 fans. The event is held (rain or shine) the first Sunday morning of each month from 8-11 a.m. at Perimeter Mall in Dunwoody. See Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Porsches, muscle cars, vintage rides and everything in between. It's FREE to attend and display your car.
The pop-up gallery and cultural destination at Ponce City Market showcases the best of Atlanta’s contemporary art scene. The space features works from ten of the city’s top art galleries on Ponce City Market’s second floor in the Central Food Hall. Atlanta Gallery Collective is open during Ponce City Market’s regular business hours. The gallery is free-to-visit and open-to-the-public, now through March 31.