Five Things To Do This Weekend: Film, Music, Dance, Comedy

Sandy Springs happenings.


Tennis Anyone? Mixed Doubles at the Sandy Springs Tennis Center. 7 p.m., Friday. Call between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. to sign-up for this Round Robin - a great way to meet other players at your level of play. Check-in at 6:45pm.

Comedy. Jim Horton performs at The Punchline. The stand-up comic is likely to bring up all the things you’re thinking but would not dare say. $25. Friday-Saturday. Visit the website for Showtimes.

Samba lessons. In celebration of Brazilian Carnaval, enjoy this Sambasics Workshop. The workshop, presented by Passo a Frente, will provide an introduction to several substyles of samba and focus on technique and form. Men and women (ages 14 and up) of all skill levels are welcome but advance registration is required. 1:30 p.m., Hammond Park.

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival continues. “My Lovely Sister” at Lefont Theaters is a drama about sibling rivalry and reconciliation among a family of Jewish immigrants from Morocco, according to the AJFF website. The film is set in an impoverished town in present-day Israel. The film is screened at 8 p.m. Sunday. 

Trumpeter Joe Gransden. Get a double-dose of the musician and his 16-piece big band, this weekend. They perform at 6 p.m., Saturday at The Buckhead Theater, 3110 Roswell Road; and 8 p.m. Monday at Café 290 on Hilderbrand, N.E.


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