Greens, Beans and Piggie Things!

Amber Randhawa Uncategorized

Almost every country and culture across the globe has New Year’s traditions designed to bring about good luck and fortune in the coming year. Some of these traditions seem a bit odd – in Spain people wear red underwear and eat green grapes and in Denmark friends and family may toss dishes at your front door. In Scotland, bonfires and …

Christmas Tree Recycling Around Atlanta

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Wondering what to do with your Christmas tree after the holidays are over? Several locations around metro Atlanta offer Christmas tree recycling, and for some residents, your tree can even be picked up from your curb along with your trash pickup.  Recycled Christmas trees are turned into much that is used throughout your city and county in parks and public …

Atlanta Weekend Events – December 13th-15th

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Christmas Canteen Gwinnett’s longest running theatrical tradition, this stunning musical revue returns for its 24th year with songs, comic sketches and Christmas magic! Christmas with Atlanta Master Chorale Celebrate Christmas with traditional carols and songs of the season at Emory University’s Emerson Concert Hall. Enchanted Woodland Wonders The Chattahoochee Nature Center hosts this unique event with live reindeer, crafts, games …

Where to Cut Your Own Christmas Tree Around Atlanta

Amber Randhawa Interior Decorating

Thanksgiving has come and gone and even the holiday purists among us now have to admit that, for those of us who celebrate Christmas, it is finally time to decorate for season. Wreaths and garlands, inflatable Santas and light-up reindeer will all make their way out of the basements, attics and garages where they have been hibernating since last year. …

Atlanta Thanksgiving Weekend Events – November 29th-December 1st

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It’s Thanksgiving weekend and it may seem like the entire city will be busy with Black Friday shopping, but what about those among us who don’t enjoy the full contact sport of shopping the day after Thanksgiving?  There’s plenty going on around town that doesn’t involve a mall! Best of Atlanta Comedy Showcase Atlanta Brewing Company plays host to the …

Atlanta’s Celtic Christmas

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For 28 years The Celtic Company has presented this celebration of Irish, Scottish, Welsh and Appalachian music, dance and poetry. Featuring a cast of international and regionally renowned artists, Atlanta’s Celtic Christmas treats you to both holiday themed and traditional song and dance, featuring beloved old songs and the new hits of Celtic music. For more information and to purchase …

Atlanta Weekend Events – November 22nd-24th

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A Very Grinchy Christmas The Grinch meets The Nutcracker in this new holiday favorite presented by the Southern Ballet Theatre at Duluth’s Infinite Energy Center. Indie Craft Experience For 15 years the Indie Craft Experience has been bringing crafters, artists, makers, and vintage vendors together to help you find unique holiday gifts and decor items. KidFitStrong Fitness Challenge Kids of …

Enchanted Woodland Wonders

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The Chattahoochee Nature Center plays host to this unique event held under the twilight winter sky.  Meet live reindeer from Pettit Creek Farms, along with other native animals, and find the Fairy Houses and Gnome Homes along the Enchanted Woodland Trail. The kids will love the winter crafts and face painting, and reindeer games. Your favorite campfire treats like s’mores …

Childproofing Your Home for Holiday Guests

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

If you have never had young children living in your current home, it’s very likely that you haven’t childproofed the way you would if little feet were running up and down your halls. Maybe you haven’t had this to worry about in quite some time, or maybe you’ve never lived in a home where such safety measures were needed.  But …