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Hall Book Exchange Hosts Christian Children's Author Jackie Gaskins

Hall Book Exchange Hosts Christian Children's Author Jackie Gaskins

This Saturday, September 10th from 2:00-4:00 p.m., the Hall Book Exchange located at 1854 Thompson Road in Gainesville will host Christian Children's Author Jackie Gaskins.

She will be reading from and signing her book "The Four Princesses," a story about four young girls - Grace, Faith, Joy, and Hope. These princesses, daughters of the Great King, discover they each were created with a gift to be used for His purpose. As the King's plan unfolds to free His peopple from the evil Prince Far who has held their village captive for a long time, the princesses learn to use their gifts to change the life of every person they come in contact with. But, willl the changes in the hearts of the milkman, baker, and butcher be enough to reveal the truth to the townseople and free the whole community?

$25 = 5 Visit Card for Sing-Along Drop-In Classes at Eclectic Music ($50 value)

$25 = 5 Visit Card for Sing-Along Drop-In Classes at Eclectic Music ($50 value)

Do-Re-Mi-Oh-My! Save 50% off Sing-Along Drop-In Music Classes! CLICK HERE TO PAY ONLY $25 for a 5 Visit Punch Card at Eclectic Music ($50 value). Both Virginia Highland and Ansley Park studios offer this delightful class for little ones.

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Color your way to a college scholarship

Color your way to a college scholarship

ATLANTA -- Coloring is perhaps one of the first activities a child embarks upon in his or her educational journey. It creates a foundation for activity and a lifetime of learning.

This September, coloring can also help create a financial foundation.

One lucky Georgia child will join Kendall Lapinskas of Dunwoody and Taylor Boyd of Covington in winning a college scholarship from the Path2College 529 Plan.

Sending Your Baby To Kindergarten

Sending Your Baby To Kindergarten

 

The school bell will ring soon and many parents will send a child to kindergarten. This is always an emotional time for parents. For some, it will be sending your first born and for others it will be sending the youngest of four. Kindergarten is an important milestone in your child’s life. Your child’s maturity will grow tremendously this year and you’ll get to see a small glimpse of how your hard work over the past 5 years has shaped your child. It wasn’t that long ago that you held your precious baby in your arms for the first time. Where did the time go? Now it’s time to send that little baby off to kindergarten. For most this will be the first full school day, the first  year to ride the school bus, the first year to have homework, and the first year when peer influences begin to play a role.

50% OFF Six Flags during School Supply Drive "Bonus Week" Aug. 8-12

50% OFF Six Flags during School Supply Drive "Bonus Week" Aug. 8-12

Six Flags, GA --  Our friends at Six Flags and Atlanta Community Food Bank are teaming together to help families with kids receive the necessary school supplies needed to start the school year off right. For your contribution, you can enter in the park for 50% off next week. 

Enjoy a day of thrills and lend a helping hand as Six Flags Over Georgia hosts a School Supply Drive in partnership with Kids In Need, a project of the Atlanta Community Food Bank.  Park goers that donate six new school supplies will receive a coupon valid for 50% off park admission during a “Bonus Week” of operation, August 8-12.  

“Six Flags is always looking for ways to be involved in the community,” said Melinda Ashcraft, Park President.  “We could not think of a better way to say farewell to summer than by collecting school supplies for families that cannot afford these essentials for their children.”

Every year,

30 Free Things to Do This Summer

30 Free Things to Do This Summer

ATLANTA --  The Atlanta Moms Like Me site has recently posted the top 30 places to visit this summer that will not hurt your pocket because they are totally free.

The list includes The Children's Museum, The High Musuem and even North GA Hiking.  If you know of any must free activities you can add them to the list too.

Click here and see all of the free activities around Atlanta.