ALL DRUGANACHT SHOWS ARE SOLD OUT! THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Tickets are now available for Druganacht: Seven Nights in the Dark Forest. For four weeks this fall, Brownwood Park will be transformed into an enchanted forest full of fire, mystery and creatures who only come out at night. Follow the brave Vasilisa on her journey through this ancient wood to seek the wisdom of the Baba Yaga and ask for her blessing. Owls will hunt, Ravens will fly, Spiders will climb, Cats will cavort, Wolves will stalk. The Forest itself will come alive before your eyes.
Thursday Shows and early Saturday Shows are family friendly. The late show on Saturday is ADULTS only (18 and over).
Thursdays, Oct 11th – Nov 1st @7:30
Saturdays, Oct 13th – Nov 3rd @7:30
Saturdays, Oct 13th – Nov 3rd @9 ADULTS ONLY
No shows on Saturday October 20th. Please look for the cast in the Little 5 Points Parade.
EACA REWARDS – B*ATL EDITION
ON SATURDAY JULY 21 ONLY -
$7 off the price of a “Day of” Walking Tour (regularly $15)
$3 off of BATL T-shirt (regularly $15)
Present your EACA rewards card at B*ATL Headquarters, 447 Flat Shoals Ave in the EAV.
A stray puppy was picked up in Brownwood Park and is PARVO POSITIVE per EAST ATLANTA ANIMAL CLINIC. If you own a dog that is either:
- Immune – Compromised
- Past Due on Vaccinations
- 6 months or younger
- 1 year of age that has not been on a regular puppy booster schedule, and not fully immunized.
Please avoid bringing your dog to this park and contact your veterinarian or call East Atlanta Animal Clinic if any vomiting or diarrhea occurs. If you have questions or concerns please call EAAC – 404-523-8765
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS-Brownwood Park Fitness Trail Project. Saturday, June 23rd at 9am. We have an exciting, easy paced day where we put the first phase of the fitness stations into the park, we will provide lunch for those who come out to help!
We will have adult and kid friendly tasks. Please RSVP to email@example.com and meet at the pavilion at 9. Hope to see you there!
EACA’s winner of the iPad2, raffled off for the East Atlanta Beer Festival, was Kristin Vanderpool.
EACA’s winner of the new iPad, Mari Atwell!
Wow!! What an amazing day at the East Atlanta Beer Festival (EABF). Thank you to all the wonderful people that came by to support EACA through either purchasing raffle tickets or pretzels necklaces. We enjoyed hanging out with all of you. Thanks to you we were able to raise funds to put towards the creation of a fitness trail on the southside of Brownwood Park.
188412 is the Winning Raffle number for the New iPad.
187156 is the Winning Raffle number for the iPad 2.
Please contact EACA Vice President Kevin Spigener at 678-438-6462 to claim your prize. If prizes are not claimed by noon on Saturday, May 26th additional tickets will be drawn so please hold onto your tickets until official winners are posted.
EACA will be raffling a new iPad and a new iPad 2 to raise money for our general fund at this year’s East Atlanta Beer Festival. Tickets are 5 for $5, 15 for $10 and 30 for $20 and will be sold at the Farmers Market and the Midway on Thursdays leading up to the Beer Fest and on Saturday at the Beer Fest. You do not have to be present to win. We will announce the winner at the Beer Fest, on our website and in the weekly newsletter. Buy some tickets today and help support initiatives in your community!
Special Thanks to our iPad Sponsor- Bob Wallis, owner of MACROBATIX!
Join us tonight at 7 pm at Branan Towers for our March EACA meeting. We will be joined by special guest Atlanta Beagle Rescue and Major Keith Meadows, our new APD Zone 6 Commander.
East Atlanta Bank
This photo is from the dedication of The East Atlanta Bank (aka The East Atlanta Banking Company) located in what is now The Flat Iron. This photo was from the collection of Lillian Everett whose father built Henry Bryant’s house on Metropolitan Avenue. He was a major player at the bank.
East Atlanta Bank
Here is a later picture of East Atlanta Bank from Miss Lillian’s collection looking south down Flat Shoals and east out Glenwood. Note the ice wagon on Flat Shoals. Note also that Glennwood was once spelled with two n’s, after the family with the same name who were major players at Emory (Glenn Memorial Methodist Church)