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DECEMBER 2020 ■ www.ReporterNewspapers.net
^ Holiday Events
A float from last year’s edition of the Sparkle Sandy Springs Parade.
SPARKLE SANDY SPRINGS ▲
The annual display of decorat
ed miniature houses returned to City
Springs, 1 Galambos Way, on Thanks
giving and will remain up through New
Year’s Day. A drive-thru version of the
Sparkle Parade - with stationary floats
and the audience passing through in
their vehicles - is scheduled for Dec. 6,
6-8 p.m. Info: spr.gs/sparkle.
6-8:30 p.m., will showcase a variety of
businesses on Peachtree between Lenox
and Piedmont roads with hot chocolate,
cocktails, carolers and local musicians.
For tickets and more information
about the events, see livablebuclchead.
— John Ruch, Bob Pepalis
and Holly R. Price
My Place for
Come see what makes it yours.
Reserve tickets at high.org.
NOW ON VIEW
AN AMERICAN PRO|ECT
NOW ON VIEW
MASTERPIECES FROM PERSIAN LANDS
OPENS DECEMBER 12
HIGH MUSEUM OF ART ATLANTA
LIGHT UP BROOKHAVEN
The annual lighting of a holiday tree
and a menorah at Blackburn Park was
scheduled to become a virtual event
streamed on Dec. 2 at 6 p.m. at Face-
Extending the holiday celebration is
a citywide yard decoration contest for
residents and businesses. The contest
was scheduled to be judged Dec. 7, with
winners to be announced Dec. 14.
Explore Brookhaven, the city’s con
vention and visitors bureau, will cre
ate driving maps of all entries and pub
licize it in surrounding towns to bring
others to Brookhaven for a socially dis
tanced viewing. To download the map,
go to explorebrookhaven.com.
Livable Buckhead is holding a vari
ety of holiday events in the Buckhead
Village and Lenox Square areas under
the theme “Miracle on Peachtree.”
Nearly 40 Christmas trees will be on
display at Charlie Loudermilk Park at
Roswell and Peachtree roads Dec. 11-14.
Drive-in and walk-in - or “sleigh-in”
- movies will be shown in a parking lot
at 309 Buckhead Ave. within the new
ly renamed Buckhead Village District
shopping complex. The movies include
“Elf” and “Die Hard” on Dec. 11; “Home
Alone” and “A Christmas Story” on Dec.
12; and “An American Tail” and “Love
Actually” on Dec. 13. Tickets range from
$10 for walkers to $40 for multiple peo
ple in a vehicle, and spaces are limited.
A “Hot Chocolate Crawl” Dec. 13,
Open Black Friday! Extended Holiday Hours in December!
4500 OLDE PERIMETER WAY, ATLANTA, 30346 - 770.393.0321 -JEWELRYARTISANS.COM