Midtown Alliance held its first networking event of 2019. Attendees got a look inside one of Midtown's newest hotels,Canopy by Hilton, the first of its kind to open in Georgia. Guests got to chat with the leadership at Midtown Alliance to learn about projects and initiatives going on in the area as well as mingle with fellow Midtown neighbors.
The much-anticipated opening of Whole Foods brought out the Midtown community in droves. The 70,000-square-foot store is the largest in the Southeast and marks the 500th store to open. Complete with a rooftop terrace and tons of dining options, this is not your average grocery store.
Under sunny skies, Historic Fourth Ward Park was the sight of this year's Atlanta Spring Wine Festival. Guests enjoyed more than 50 different wines samples along with beer and cider as they were entertained by live music and DJ Q Tip. The crowd also packed the photo bus for some great candid shots.
The Odyssey Brunch was recently held at the St. Regis. The brunch is Odyssey’s premier fundraising event of the year. Odyssey, a summer program with a proven track record, works with motivated public school students to help improve their school performance and instill a love for lifelong learning. The program takes place on the campus of the Westminster Schools.
Angels Among Us Pet Rescue held its annual gala at the Intercontinental Buckhead. It was an incredible evening of dinner, dancing and a live and silent auction. This year's fundraising event was a celebration of the 10-year anniversary of the rescue and the Happily Ever After mission, where more than 15,000 pets have found homes.
Brian Jordan is not only a former NFL Falcons player and a former MLB Braves player but he is also a children's book author. As a guest speaker, he read his story, I Told You I Can Play, to preschool and pre-K classes. His message was about determination and following your dreams, just like young Brian does … Continued
Featuring insight from Midtown Alliance, city leadership and partners, the annual meeting was a Midtown success. Following breakfast in the Egyptian Ballroom, the program included remarks from Gabe Klein, recognized expert and author on technology disruption trends impacting the future of cities. Also addressed was the dockless “micro-mobility” revolution and how Atlanta's transportation network and environment can keep pace.
In its 10th season, the Atlanta Jewish Music Festival is excited to announce its new theme, “Jewish Contributions to Music.” This year’s fest will specifically nod to Jewish contributions to American music with a lineup featuring Grammy-winning artists, bands, historian presentations and a salute to Leonard Bernstein and the Academy Awards. March 7–17 at various venues.
Dr. Taliaferro and her team at Atlanta Dermatology & Aesthetics hosted a beauty event complete with demonstrations, gift bags and raffles. Guests learned about some new products and procedures offered, including an oxygen facial, which has dramatic results.