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5 Things to do This Weekend: Food, Film, Comedy and Culture

Here' what's happening around Sandy Springs this weekend.

 

  • Movies by Moonlight. Leadership Sandy Springs' annual helps to usher in fall with a little ease and entertainment. Folks can see three films starting Friday through Sept. 28, on the lawn at the Sandy Springs Unitied Methodist Church’s Hitson Activity Center. The Hitson Center is located at 86 Mount Vernon Highway. Moviegoers can see, “The Lorax” on Sept. 7; Dolphin Tale on Sept. 14; and “Zookeeper” on Sept. 28. Festivities start at 6 p.m. The movie starts at dusk. Free admission.
  • Genki (Suishi) After Dark. Every Friday and Saturday from 10 until closing at The Prado offers great special pricing and a fantastic late night menu.
  • Love and Wisdom Discussion Series. "Hearing My Father's Heartbeat" is a short series that offers reasons and answers for unspoken desire of the heart. 'The Forgotten Father: Glory and Beauty Restored' is the topic on Friday from 7-8 p.m. 'What Do You Desire Most? Discover an Everlasting Love' is Saturday's topic fro 7-8 p.m. Free. 5123 Chamblee Dunwoody Road.
  • Roots of Sandy Springs Exhibit. Explore the rich and complex roots of Sandy Springs cultural heritage. The exhibit highlights the community's historically largest cultural groups -- Scots-Irish and African- Americans. See how these two groups borrowed from each other to produce the Sandy Springs we have today. 11 a.m., Saturday and throughout September. .
  • The Punchline. Stand-up comic Michael Somerville performs at the comedy club through Sunday. Visit the website for showtimes.  $15-$20.

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