Posts Tagged ‘Parker’s on Ponce’

January 19: One day sale at Mingei World Arts, 12-5pm only.

January 20: Big Top Clown Performance at the Decatur Chick-Fil-A. Stop by for a 45 minute clown show (beginning at 5:15pm), face painting, fun prizes for everyone and a chance to enter a raffle for four circus tickets to the Built to Amaze show at Phillips Arena in February. Kids in clown or circus costumes will receive a free 4-count Kid’s Meal.

January 23: Parker’s on Ponce presents Beam Family Dinner, a five course whiskey dinner where you can meet Parker’s new chef and learn about whiskey from a Beam specialist. 6:30 p.m. receptions, 7 p.m. dinner, $55/person. Limited seating by reservation only: 404-924-2230.

January 23-27: HomeGrown Artist Studio Sale. One-of-a-kind artwork, jewelry, accessories, handcrafted home goods and more all at 30-70% off.

Starting January 31: For those looking for a new late night destination, No. 246 is staying open until midnight on weekends. Guests can visit the bar to satisfy their nocturnal pizza cravings with $6 all-you-can-eat margherita and salami pizzas. The full bar menu of cocktails, wines and beers is also available.

February 5: A Taste of Brodeaux at Wahoo! Grill. Enjoy the hand crafted wines of Bordeaux, France from Vignette Cellers along with complementary food pairings from chef Scot Davis, 5-7 p.m., $24/person.

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October’s “Eat Well Indie-Catur Campaign” starts today. Active Living and the Decatur Visitor’s Center teamed up with local restaurants for this month-long promotion. Diners who eat three healthy entrees on any of the five Tuesdays in October will be rewarded with a recipe collection.

How does it work?

1) Visit a participating restaurant on any Tuesday in October (Cakes & Ale, Café Lily, The Corner Pub, Leon’s, Steinbecks, Twains, Colbeh, Parker’s on Ponce, Universal Joint and Sapori di Napoli).

2) Order the featured healthy entree.

3) Get your “Eat Well Indie-Catur” card signed (Cards are available at participating restaurants and at the Decatur Visitor’s Center).

4) Repeat two more times to earn the Indie-Catur Recipe Collections.


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Parker’s On Ponce is holding a James Stewart Winemaker’s Dinner tonight at 7 pm. James Stewart was featured on the cover of the March 2010 Entrepreneur Magazine. The dinner includes a number of wine flights as well as a tasty meal. Tickets are $75 and reservations can be made by calling J T Scott at 404.924.2230. For information, click here.

Several Dancer’s CORE is celebrating their 30 Year Anniversary tonight  from 6:30 until 8:30 pm at the studio. The festivities will include mingling with the dancers, light refreshments and a champagne toast! For more information or to make a donation, click here.

Little Shop of Stories invites you to Shrek Storytime tonight at 7 pm. The final movie installment in the Shrek saga will be released soon, and to get ready for the new movie they’re having a special storytime featuring William Steig’s classic book, Shrek. You can also draw your favorite characters and read other gross monster stories.


Rhythm Ranch

The Decatur Library invites you to hear Rhythm Ranch (formerly Cowboy Envy) tonight at 7 pm in the auditorium. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Rhythm Ranch  is a new group anchored by two members of the beloved all female western band, Cowboy Envy, Berné Poliakoff (aka Frenchy) and Kathleen Hatfield (aka Buffalo K). Their work has garnered much praise and multiple awards, including the “Best Harmony” award from the Western Music Association (twice). Their vocals have been described as “heavenly…with harmonies to die for” (Atlanta Journal Constitution). Together, Frenchy and Buffalo K have performed at festivals and concerts from Alaska to South Carolina. With Rhythm Ranch, the ladies have joined up with an amazing fiddler (Al Pieper) and an extraordinary bassist (L.A. Tuten). Together they deliver dynamic performances, filled with wonderful music and great humor, delighting audiences of all ages. The event is free to the community.

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