March Madness is upon us!
It’s that time of year again, when we get to see flashes of Spring sunshine, a smattering of great festivals and more and more sunlight every day. Not sure what to do with all that extra precious time? A couple of ideas to get you started…
1. A Berkeley Legend Cooks With An Atlanta Legend– Jonathan Waxman is a towering figure in American cuisine, and on March 18th he’s coming to Atlanta to cook with Miller Union’s Steven Satterfield, a James Beard Award winner in his own right. Don’t miss this gastronomic battle of the Titans, benefiting Chef’s Collaborative.
2. Check Out Tal National at Smith’s Olde Bar– Tal National might just be the biggest rock band in Niger, and on March 23rd they’re bringing their joyful wall of sound to one of the best venues in town. Surprise yourself- buy a couple of tickets and do something out of your ordinary.
3. Write Your Great American Novel– You’ve been wanting to write a novel for as long as you can remember, and now’s your chance to put pen to paper. Zoe Fishman is a critically acclaimed author and a fantastic teacher. Decatur Writer’s Studio, six weeks starting March 14, you can do it.
4. Learn How To Cook Ethiopian Food– How cool would it be if the next time you had friends over you were able to make them an Ethiopian feast? Head down to the test kitchen at Preserving Now in the Sweet Auburn Curb Market on March 23rd, and learn from a pro.
5. Make Science Great Again– The Atlanta Science Festival is taking place from March 9-24, and there are far too many awesome events to be summarized in one pithy sentence. Please click the link, and get some events on your calendar. So many cool options to choose from.
Lots of great stuff happening out there. Just a matter of making it happen.
A Is For Atlanta
P.S. CONGRATS to Jillian W. for winning our March contest this month guessing the average price of Candler Park homes last year! (Her guess: $640,000 – Actual: $585,369!)
Cheers also to Brian E. for winning our February contest when he came “closest to the pin” by guessing that the average sales price for a Morningside home last year was $1,050,000 (Correct answer: $979,509)
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