Looking for local Valentine’s Day-related events around town? Check out these local events and businesses that will help you show the love during the next week.
Go out on the town:
• The Company J is putting on the show The Boychick Affair about a “.” The audience members mingle, eat, sing, and dance with the rest of the “guests,” and enjoy a Bar Mitzvah meal – including dessert – all included in the price of admission. Adults $35.00; 12 and under $25.00. Discounts for MJCCA Members and Group rates available. .
• The are paying tribute to Old Blue Eyes with the musical The musical revue pays tribute to Old Blue Eyes, and almost 50 years of his music, including ‘Strangers in the Night,’ The Lady is a Tramp,’ ‘New York, New York,’ ‘That’s Life’ and ‘Young at Heart.’ The production is put on by a cast of four. General admission prices are: Adult $26; Senior $24; Student $22; Preview $15; Children (under 12) $12. .
• Watch students at put on a variety show, , Thursday night at the high school auditorium. Seating is limited (there are 500 seats) and the event features 35 acts. Tickets are $5.
• Take in movies at the at the . Founded in 2000, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is the largest film festival to be held in Atlanta and the second largest Jewish film festival in the United States. A production of the Atlanta Chapter of American Jewish Committee, the festival will feature 70 narrative and documentary films - both feature length films and shorts.
Film screenings also include appearances by expert speakers including filmmakers, actors, authors and academics. General Admission $10; Seniors, Students (with ID), Children $9; Matinee $8.
• The is hosting a . Bring a friend and enjoy music by Bill Gleeson, desserts by Chef Chris Mancuso and tours will be available. The event is free and open to the public but please RSVP to attend.
• The Disney Store at is holding a Saturday at 10:30 a.m. The event is for children three years old and older. Kids will get to make Valentine’s cards for that special someone. The event is free.
• at for children four to eight years old. Saturday morning, she’ll read Plant a Kiss by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds. The story is about Valentine’s day.
• Buy one-of-a-kind pieces of art at the . is open through the weekend from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The exhibit/sale is a fundraising event for the gallery. The opening reception will be Thursday night from 6 to 9 p.m.
• Get some flowers for your sweetheart. Dunwoody has several local florists who will be busy all week making up bouquets.
• Looking for a Valentine's Day gift? Check out the Perimeter Mall's gift guide.
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