Category - Arts and Culture

In Dunwoody, the arrival of April means one thing: it's time for Lemonade Days! The Dunwoody Preservation Trust, in partnership with Dunwoody Crown Towers, Peachtree Rides, and the city of Dunwoody, presents Lemonade Days at Brook Run Park from April 18-22. This FREE five-day festival originating from humble beginnings has grown into an annual can't miss event in its 19th year. Though the circumstances behind its birth have improved, the cause of Lemonade Days remains the same. Here's everything you should know about the event including why you should attend!

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Spring Into Dunwoody!

Wednesday, March 7, 2018 1:00 PM

The flowers are blooming, the birds are chirping, and the sun is FINALLY here to stay! Now is the time to get out there and enjoy it. Get outside Atlanta and into Dunwoody for all of your outdoor fun and festivals this spring. The list of things you can do here during this time of year are good and plenty, but we narrowed them down to a few of our favorites. Your spring cleaning list should include the following:

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Bucket List 2018

Monday, January 8, 2018 12:00 AM

Resolutions are so 1999. Instead of committing to things you probably won't do, you should commit to things you would actually be excited to try! The new year is already in full swing, and you should be too. Here is our recommended bucket list for 2018

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Everything Will Be OK

Tuesday, September 5, 2017 11:00 AM

Looking for encouragement or just something to put a smile on your face? Dunwoody’s iconic “Everything Will Be OK” mural has been lifting spirits since 2009 thanks to local artist Jason Kofke.

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Spotlight on Spruill

Thursday, September 15, 2016 12:00 PM

A simple glance at the corner of Ashford Dunwoody Road at Meadow Lane can motivate and reassure you. There you will the see the can't-miss Everything Will Be OK sign located at the Spruill Gallery. The gallery is widely associated with this sign, but it bears so much more for this community. It's a place where people go to express themselves, be enlightened, and relieve stress. You might not expect to find inspiration on the sight of a working farm, but that's just one of the many ways Dunwoody goes beyond the expected.

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