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  • Whether you are a “Mommy,” “Mom,” “Mama,” or “Mother,” Richardson Housing Group (RHG Homes) wishes all specials mothers (and grandmothers!) a very Happy Mother’s Day weekend! If you’re looking for some special ways to celebrate the precious mothers in your life, consider one of these fun events happening in Atlanta. Head to the 13th annual Barefoot in the Park near Downtown Buford this weekend. Browse the extensive fine arts market, and sample craft beers and wine. There will also be live local performances throughout the day on the main concert stage! Proceeds from this free festival benefit the Arts Education Scholarship Fund, which provides annual scholarships to fine arts and performing arts students. Barefoot in the Park takes place on Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. For more information, visit the event… Read More

  • Richardson Housing Group (RHG Homes) wishes everyone a joyous Easter! There are plenty of events happening in Atlanta to celebrate Easter this weekend. Bring your family and invite your friends to these fun events close to home! The City of Duluth is hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt today at Scott Hudgens Park. The event begins at 1 pm this afternoon with tons of kid-friendly Easter-themed activities. Kids of all ages can participate in the egg hunt at 2 pm. Don’t forget your baskets! For more information, visit the event website. Head to Lilburn City Park on Saturday morning for an egg hunt and visit from the Easter Bunny. The event starts at 10 am, and the egg hunt take place at 11 am. The egg hunt will feature a separate area for children with special needs. Bring your baskets and… Read More

  •             Today marks the start of Burgers & Brews, a weeklong event that allows you to sample the best burgers and beer in Gwinnett County! Explore Gwinnett has teamed up with Eagle Rock Distributing Company and a dozen incredible restaurants to offer delicious speciality burgers for just $7, each paired with a handpicked beverage.  The following Gwinnett restaurants are participating in this fantastic event: 1910 Public House Ba Bellies Local Republic McCray’s Tavern Parma Tavern Pub Ten Rico’s World Kitchen Sugar Hill Bakery & Cafe Tannery Row Ale House Ten Bistro Three Blind Mice Universal Joint Burgers & Brews takes place from March 19th through the 25th. There are no tickets or reservations required for this event – simply show up and enjoy an amazing meal! The $7 cost includes the burger only – beer is… Read More

  • If you have the winter blahs, add a little perk to your weekend by heading to one of these fantastic destinations just a short drive from Atlanta! Asheville, North Carolina is just a three-hour drive from metro Atlanta. The downtown area is bustling year-round with arts festivals, craft fairs, and live performances, featuring the best of the eclectic South. Today is the start of the Asheville Fringe Arts Festival, a four-day event that includes innovative performances across multiple venues in the city. There are over 250 independent restaurants in Asheville offering a variety of cuisines, including farm-to-table dining, craft breweries and fine wines, and locally sourced ingredients. Asheville is also home to the incredible Biltmore Estate, where you can explore the 250-room chateau and the 8,000-acre grounds with impressive gardens and an historic winery. Visit Charleston, South Carolina, located just a… Read More

  • Ring in the New Year with family and friends at one of these fun New Year’s Eve celebrations happening in Atlanta! Bring the family to the Peach Drop at Underground Atlanta, billed as the largest New Year’s Eve celebration in the Southeast! The fun starts at 7 pm with live music from Collective Soul, Ne-Yo, and other fantastic artists. At the stroke of midnight, the 800-pound peach will reach its final point of descent, and the sky will illuminate with brilliant fireworks and a shower of confetti. For more information on this fun event, now in its 28th year, visit the event website. Duluth kicking off the New Year with the New Year’s Extravaganza at the Duluth Town Green. This free, family-friendly event will feature live entertainment, delicious food, a giant snow slide and inflatables for the kids, and live music… Read More

  • Halloween is just around the corner!  If you’re looking for extra Halloween fun this weekend, check out one of these terrific events happening at your favorite Atlanta attractions! Brick-or-Treat at LEGOLAND Visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center for the annual Brick-or-Treat! In addition to the everyday LEGO fun, you’ll get to participate in scavenger hunts in Miniland, build a LEGO pumpkin, and visit the LEGO pumpkin patch. Compete in the costume contest for a chance to win an annual attraction pass! Brick-or-Treat will run through this weekend, from 10 am to 7 pm on Saturday and 10 am to 5 pm on Sunday. Visit the LEGOLAND Discover Center website for more information. Boo at the Zoo Don’t miss Boo at the Zoo at Zoo Atlanta this weekend.  There are tons of activities for the whole family to enjoy, including an inflatable corn maze, Halloween crafts… Read More

  • This weekend, enjoy the gorgeous fall weather and check out one of these fantastic events happening in Atlanta! L5P Halloween Parade Little Five Points is known as one of the most eccentric communities in Atlanta, and its annual Halloween Parade lives up to the area’s reputation! Head to Atlanta for the wildest parade in the Southeast, featuring a huge collection of bizzare, and sometimes frightening, costumes!  The festivities begins at noon with an artist’s market and a variety of food vendors. The parade will take place from 4 to 6 pm, beginning at the intersection of Austin Avenue and Euclid Avenue. Click here for more information. Scarecrows in the Garden Head to Atlanta this weekend to view Scarecrows in the Garden, a collection of over 100 creative and spooky scarecrows on exhibit at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens! Each scarecrow has  been individually crafted by… Read More

  • Now is the perfect time to visit one of the many pumpkin patches in metro Atlanta. Here are some fun places where you can pick your perfect pumpkin and enjoy other Fall activities! Washington Farms At Washington Farms in Watkinsville, bring the family for a full day of Fall fun! After you pick your favorite pumpkin, check out the cow train ride, pig races, petting farm, pumpkin launcher, corn cannon, jumping pillow and more! For a real thrill, come in the evening for Flashlight Nights, where you can explore a nighttime corn maze and gather around a campfire for hot chocolate and taste s’mores! For ticket prices and other information, visit the Washington Farms website. Stone Mountain Park Pumpkin Festival Don’t miss one of the Southeast’s premier pumpkin patches at Stone Mountain Park! There are tons of activities, including the Funtastic Kid’s Carnival with boardwalk… Read More

  • This weekend, there are tons of fun events going on in Atlanta. Check out one of these family-friendly events happening near you! Head down to the city for the 16th Annual Fall Fest in Candler Park! Enjoy live music, over 200 vendors and artists, and a variety of food trucks! Come out early on Saturday morning (7:30 am) to register for the 5K and Fun Run.  Kids will love Kidlandia, which includes carnival rides, live performances, and more! The Fall Fest will take place this Saturday from noon to 10 pm and on Sunday from noon to 9 pm.  Click here for more information. On Sunday, don’t miss the terrific Pine LakeFest! This unique festival takes place on the shores of Pine Lake in Atlanta. Explore arts and exhibits from 45 of the region’s best artists and vendors. There are… Read More

  • Today marks the first day of fall! Get prepared for the brisk mornings, beautiful fall colors, and of course, all the fall festivals in Georgia!  There are several terrific fall events just a short drive from home. Check out these fun events happening near you this season. Georgia Mountain Festival The Georgia Mountain Festival, one of the largest fall events in the Southeast, will be held from October 7 through 15 in Hiawassee. This fantastic nine-day event, set against the backdrop of the breathtaking north Georgia mountains, includes arts and crafts, rides for all ages, educational demonstrations, and delicious fall treats!  Don’t miss the popular Georgia’s Official State Fiddlers’ Convention, also taking place at the festival. The mountains will be in peak fall color, so this is an event you will not want to miss!  Click here for more information. 46th Annual Oktoberfest Join hundreds of people… Read More

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