Tuesday - Thursday, September 20 - 22, 8 p.m.
Freed Spirits: An Atlanta Mystery-Comedy At Horizon Theatre
Little Five Points, 1083 Austin Avenue NE
A tornado hits Oakland Cemetery unearthing a mystery that must be solved by a cadre of urban misfits, while you are along for the ride, sipping a cool beverage and enjoying some of Atlanta’s finest actors perform the premiere of Atlanta playwright Daryl Lisa Fazio’s Freed Spirits.
Wednesday, September 21, 6 p.m.
Tea Ceremony Tasting At Zen Tea
Chamblee, 5356 Peachtree Road
Kung Fu isn’t just the high kicks and chops of martial arts. The term refers more to a state of mind and the art of doing something well, and now you can learn the art as it applies to ancient Chinese tea ceremony. Taste the speciality teas and enjoy small tea bites as you’re guided through thousands of years of tradition with the tea experts at ZenTea.
Wednesday, September 21, 6:30 p.m.
Curiosity Club: Fruit Up Your Life
Grant Park, 1015 Grant St SE,
There’s fruit all over Atlanta just waiting to be picked. Join Arabia Mountain park ranger Robby Astrove to learn what’s in season and all about urban foraging in Atlanta with a side of good craft beer.
Wednesday, September 21, 8 p.m.
8-Bit Comedy Night at Joystick Gamebar
427 Edgewood Avenue
1UP Comedy and Radar Atlanta present this night of comedy from some local favorites performing all the good jokes they can cram into and eight minute period. Get there early to play arcade games and grab a drink before the show.
Friday, September 23, 7 p.m.
Third Space's Kerala-Inspired Indian Feast by Chef Asha Gomez
Inman Park, 659 Auburn Avenue
Imagine your dream kitchen. Now, imagine a James Beard-nominated chef, restaurateur and cookbook author wants to cook you dinner in that kitchen, and you’d have Asha Gomez’s dinners at The Third Space. This multi-course meal features Kerala favorites like spiced Braised Beef over Yogurt Rice and Chicken Ishtu, flowing red and white wine and a traditional dessert all prepared by Asha herself.