NARI Atlanta (NariAtlanta.org), the local chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, presents its Ninth Annual Tour of Remodeled Homes Saturday, Sept. 15, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Private homes transformed by NARI Atlanta members throughout Atlanta’s northern suburbs will be open to the public, with the remodeling teams on hand to answer questions. The tour is self-guided and will be held rain or shine. Advance tickets (through Sept. 14) are $20 and tickets purchased at the Tour are $25. Visit AtlantaRemodelingTour.com for tickets and information.
Classic Cars Forever
The Atlanta showroom of Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta was lucky 13 to join Gateway Classic Cars in August of 2016. Gateway has consignors and buyers from all areas of the country and we strive to earn that business every day with our phenomenal customer service and our experienced staff. The 78,000-square-foot showroom is centrally located just off Exit 12 from Interstate 400. Car show every last Saturday of the month. 678.894.4833
Macy’s loss was Ray’s gain. Just ask Lynne Gomez, the Ray’s on The River server who is celebrating her 33rd work anniversary this month at the iconic Chattahoochee River-based seafood and steak restaurant. If you ask her for favorite memories, the first one that comes to mind is meeting her husband (thanks to a co-worker) and getting married on a perfect blue-sky day along the river with her Ray’s family there to help celebrate. Congratulations Lynne!
Like some Q? Organizers behind the Atlanta Kosher BBQ Festival are preparing to roll out the 2018 event at a new location and introduce a new food category for its followers to savor. The sixth annual event will be held Oct. 21 at City Springs in downtown Sandy Springs.The community-wide event is presented by The Hebrew Order of David International, the Atlanta Jewish Times, and Balloons Over Atlanta. The Jewish Educational Loan Fund is the main charitable organization involved with this year’s event. Awards will be given to top tastes. A panel of experts will judge the competition, but everyone who attends can purchase samples and decide for themselves who makes the best brisket, ribs, chicken and chili. TheAtlantaKosherBBQ.com
Brunch and Polo Oct 14
The fundraising excitement continues with polo, cocktails, and music, at the “Best Brunch Bite” contest. Gather your group of friends and enjoy an afternoon of cocktails and bites on the banks of the Chattahoochee Sunday’s Atlanta Polo Brunch Festival is a unique culinary experience hosted by Polo in the Pines Ambassador, Lara Lyn Carter. The 2018 Polo in the Pines proceeds are dedicated specifically to pediatric brain cancer research at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta in honor of this year’s honoree, Caroline Brewer who is in treatment at Children’s.
Polo in the Pines
Polo in the Pines is Atlanta’s original premier polo social weekend benefiting Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Saturday’s guests enjoy an elegant, high-style afternoon, exciting polo matches, incredible culinary delights from the Capitol Grille Atlanta, handcrafted cocktails, live music, auctions, champagne sabering and the unforgettable “Stomping the Divots.” This 500-person, “sell out” event is not to be missed. Perimeter North is a proud sponsor for the fourth year! The editor and publisher look forward to seeing you there PoloInThePines.com
Harvest for a Cure
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is hosting its fifth annual Harvest for a Cure event on Wednesday, Oct. 10, and the organization is proud to announce this year’s team of co-chairs who are working diligently to gain support for research that will help treat and end multiple sclerosis globally. Elaine Carlos, Kari Carlos, Denise Dauphin, Julie Short and Gerry Klaskala are all personally committed to helming this gourmet food and wine extravaganza at The Stave Room at American Spirit Works to help fund critical research initiatives and improve the lives of those affected by MS. Harvest for a Cure attendees experience a unique showcase of gourmet food, vintage wines and a luxury silent auction and raffle in an effort to reach a goal of $500,000 to benefit the Society’s global MS research projects. All funds raised during Harvest for a Cure help improve the lives of people living with MS by sponsoring local programs and services and accelerating worldwide research projects to aid in putting an end to the debilitating disease. For additional information and sponsorship details, visit MSWineEvent.org.
New Art Outside
The City of Sandy Springs unveiled a public art sculpture, a gift to the city from the Riverside West Garden Club in honor of the Club’s 50th Anniversary, at the Marsh Creek Rain Garden Park. The Riverside West Garden Club was organized February 21, 1968, to encourage interest in all phases of home gardening and to promote horticultural practices, civic beauty and conservation of natural resources. The Heron and Daffodil wrought iron sculpture was fabricated by Andrew Crawford. Andrew grew up in the Riverside West neighborhood, studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, and has created ironwork, and sculptures, for private, corporate, municipal, and museum collections nationwide.