Posts filed under: Atlanta, GA

Atlanta Pops Free Concert

A Performance in the Park with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Piedmont Park Oak Hill http://www.atlantasymphony.org/~/media/Sites/ASO2011/Res/PDF/17-18/ASO-Piedmont-Park-Performance-Map_2017.ashx?la=en Thursday, June 15, 2017 7:30 PM Call or txt Uncle Bob 404-444-6956 to find where we will set up chairs, blankets, drinks and snacks. Please bring...
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Valentine Gift (FREE DAY) @ High Museum of Art, Feb 14, 2016

What to join us for a special Valentine Gift@ High Museum of Art, Feb 14, 2016? It’s FREE! http://www.high.org/Programs/Programs/Events/2016-Events/Family-Programs/Family-Festivals-021416.aspx?tab=2 If you live near Emory or GA Tech & want a ride, please call or  txt 404-444-6956 or email bob@iface.org. I...
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Be treated like a king @The Atlanta History Center

Three Kings Day, Día de los Reyes Sunday, January 10, 2016, 1-4 PM This Latin tradition is celebrated through storytelling, music, live performances, and activities designed for the entire family, including a special visit and photo opportunity with the three...
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Harvest Moon, Supermoon, Blood Moon or Just Another Astronomical Event this Sunday Sept 27?

Supermoon Total Lunar Eclipse:  Blood Moon, End Of Days, Or Just Another Astronomical Event? Sunday will present the rarest Supermoon – the first time in more than 30 years we will have a Supermoon and lunar eclipse at the same...
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Free Classifieds

ask Uncle Bob bob@iface.org to post your free classified add here  1 BR, 1 BA apartment; kitchen, living room, utilities included   $750 per mo.  5 miles from Emory and Mercer on Marta bus line.  Contact Cindi Finn for further info...
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ESL & new Bible Class at Intown Church

Registration begins 2/10/15, Intown Community Church for another series of ELS classes for levels 1-4. While regular ESL classes take place, Greta Shelling will begin a separate series of ESL conversation classes using Bible stories as text. Students will be...
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Atlanta

For more information see Bob’s Bus Blog, Face to Face Why iFace? Seeking cross-cultural friendships and the open exchange of ideas, iFace (Interface Ministries)  is a nonprofit organization linking international students and scholars to culturally sensitive Americans. Just as a...
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