Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Win Tickets For Austin Mahone & Fifth Harmony Concert Tour at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre #TourLife




Mmmm yeah! Austin is on the road with Fifth Harmony, The Vamps & Shawn Mendes and the high energy show will have you dancing, singing and screaming at the top of your lungs all night.

At just 18 years old, singer/songwriter Austin Mahone is making his mark. Kicking off the year with an MTV VMA win for “Artist to Watch” and MTV EMA awards for, “Best Push Artist,” and “Artist on the Rise,” Mahone’s new album “The Secret” was released in May. Not only does he have a solid fan base, known as “Mahomies,” but the teen sensation is gaining a legion of loyal fans in the media as well.  

He’s hot on the press trail, appearing in Details Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Wall Street Journal, Live! With Kelly & Michael, Today Show, Access Hollywood, Entertainment Tonight, E! News, Extra, The Insider, VH1, and MTV. Austin additionally has been featured on covers of J-14, Popstar!, M, Astro Girl, Quiz Fest and Twist. His previous hit singles, “What About Love” and “Banga! Banga!” have collectively garnered over 55 million views on YouTube and can be heard on top radio stations around the nation.



So how do you win tickets?

Apps We Love! ChoreMonster App Rewards Kids For Completing Chores



ChoreMonster makes chores fun by engaging and rewarding your kids!

● Kids earn points by completing their chores
● Earn rewards like ice cream, an hour of Xbox, or a camping trip
● Win monsters at the Monster Carnival (over 250 available, more being added monthly!)
● Parents manage their children’s chores and the rewards they can earn
● Takes the tension out of household chores



How does it work?

For Parents
  • Quickly and easily create scheduled chores with point values. When your child says they're done, you approve and they get the points.
  • Add rewards that your kids “purchase” from their point collection. A reward can be anything from money to a camping trip.
  • Watch your kids willingly and enthusiastically do their chores, without the need of chore charts.

For Kids

  • Sign into the ChoreMonster mobile or web app, designed especially for kids, and see their chores for the day.
  • Review all the possible rewards they can get and how much they'll need to save to get them.
  • Along the way kids will earn random monsters for added fun and surprise. Suddenly find themselves wanting to do chores!
ChoreMonster app is free to download  on itunes, Google Play, Kindle Fire and Windows store.

Medieval Times Atlanta Announces First Homeschool Day


Do you homeschool?

Medieval Times, Atlanta is proud to announce their very first Homeschool Day!
Unlock the Secret to an Unforgettable Field Trip!

• Matinee includes 30-minute educational presentation, show, and lunch

• Group rate extended to homeschool groups of all sizes

• First 50 guests to book receive a free Stables Tour

Please visit the event page for more information.
For ticket prices and event inquiries, please contact our Group Sales Manager by calling (770) 225-0495 or emailing gaschools91@medievaltimes.com.


Monday, August 25, 2014

Little things...





Sometimes it's not about the big things in life, but the little things we do for others that brings the most happiness to our lives. If you are lucky enough to be on the receiving end, d
on't forget to stop, and admire them! 

Thursday, August 21, 2014

What's Happy This Week: Pharrell's "Happy" in ASL by Deaf Film Camp



Deaf Film Camp at Camp Mark Seven is designed for 13 – 16 year old aspiring filmmakers, regardless of prior experience. For two weeks, campers eat, drink, and breathe filmmaking in the fresh Adirondacks air of Old Forge, New York! Each camper wrote, produced, direct, and edited her or his own film on digital video! On the music video project, the campers learned how to integrate an American Sign Language translation into a Pharrell's youtube mega hit hit song “Happy”. The result is a heartwarming version, full of love and happiness that makes it impossible not to smile while watching. 

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Atlanta Track Club Kilometer Kids Fall Events You Don't Want To Miss


Join the Atlanta Track Club and members of its youth running program, Kilometer Kids, for a free fun run. The events are are is approximately one mile, and a fun way to get kids active and fit. The course includes a mixture of grass and trails. This event is open to all children ages 7-14. Registration is available online through 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, September 23, and event day registration is available at the event beginning at 4:15 pm. A waiver must be completed and signed prior to the event. 


Online registration is available at atlantatrackclub.org, and there will also be onsite registration the day of the events. Here is the fall schedule:

Monday, August 18, 2014

Win Tickets for Sister Hazel Charity Concert at Buckhead Theatre 8/22


Proceeds to benefit Sarah Jones Scholarship Fund & Dare 2 Make a Change

WHO:
  • Sister Hazel will be performing to benefit the Sarah Jones Scholarship Fund and the Dare 2 Make a Change organization.
  • Sarah Jones was an aspiring filmmaker and crew member who tragically lost her life this past February while on a movie set due to unsafe working conditions.
  • The scholarship fund created in her name will enable future aspiring filmmakers to receive the necessary education needed to fulfill their dreams.
  • The Dare 2 Make a Change organization seeks to establish campuses in developing countries that will provide shelter, education, medical attention and, most importantly, safe havens to otherwise destitute women and children.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Fernbank Museum Announces Dinosaur Month


Come Celebrate Dinosaurs At The South’s Best Natural History Museum

Fernbank Museum of Natural History has declared August Dinosaur Month. Of course no Fernbank celebration is complete without events, crafts, throwbacks and some exciting ways to learn.

Throughout the month, Fernbank will be posting throwback photos on social media channels honoring the many places visitors can encounter dinosaurs throughout the Museum. Fernbank will also offer dinosaur-themed editions of the popular story-time program, Tadpole Tales, on August 16 and 17, and of the family-friendly Weekend Wonders program every Saturday and Sunday throughout the month.

 

On Saturday, August 23 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Fernbank will host its annual Dinosaur Birthday Bash to celebrate the anniversary of theGiants of the Mesozoic exhibit. The exhibition was the first time the world saw the full skeletons of the world’s largest dinosaurs—the 123-foot-long Argentinosaurus and the 47-foot-long Giganotosaurus.

Atlanta, Let's Build a New Ronald McDonald House #HealKidsATL


Atlanta, we need your help! Our friends at Ronald McDonald House Charities have until December 31 to claim a $2.5 million challenge grant. Help us meet our fundraising goal to build a new Ronald McDonald House so the can provide comfort and hope for families of sick and injured children

WHY ARMHC NEED A NEW HOUSE

Since 2011, Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities (ARMHC) has had to turn away more than 650 families because rooms weren’t available. With only 11-bedrooms and growing demand, the current House has a waiting list most nights.

A larger House is needed to fulfill the Charity’s mission of providing temporary housing and support services to families of children receiving medical care in Atlanta.

To meet this growing need, ARMHC is building a new 31-bedroom, three-story House at the current Peachtree Dunwoody location to replace the existing 11-bedroom facility, nearly tripling our capacity to serve families.

Shake a Tale Feather, Sing a Tune and Find a Rhyme with Mother Goose, August 21- September 21

Timeless Characters Team Up to Tell a New Tale at Center for Puppetry Arts  


Mother Goose is missing! Classic characters from everyone’s favorite nursery rhymes must band together to solve the crime in the Center for Puppetry Arts’ inventive production of Shake a Tale Feather with Mother Goose, August 21- September 21. Humpty Dumpty, Little Bo Peep, Jack & Jill and all the other citizens of Rhymeville need help to look for clues and piece together the mystery of Mother Goose’s whereabouts. Filled with music and high levels of guest interaction, this show will have audience members tapping their toes, clapping their hands and singing with their little ones!            

Adapted and directed by Amy Sweeney, Shake a Tale Feather with Mother Goose is a new production for Theater for the Very Young, featuring performances by expert puppeteers Luis Hernandez and Mandy Mitchell. The production includes hand-and-rod and shadow puppetry styles. All puppets, props and scenery are crafted in house by Center for Puppetry Arts’ expert staff, including head puppet designer Jason von Hinezmeyer and scenic designer Ryan Sbaratta.

National Play Nintendo Tour to Bring Games Galore to Mall of Georgia August 15 – 17 #BluebirdPatchTeens


Nintendo fans invited to experience the ultimate videogame playground during three-day event

BUFORD, Ga. (August 12, 2014) — Game on! From Friday, August 15 – Sunday, August 17, thPlay Nintendo Tour will transform Mall of Georgia’s Nordstrom Court into a giant videogame playground. The immersive, three-day video gaming event gives gamers of all ages the chance to play the Nintendo 2DS, along with the latest games from the hottest Nintendo titles and characters.

Fans can strike a pose with their favorite Nintendo characters and explore themed gaming zones filled with iconic items, including banana-shaped seats in the Donkey Kong area, a giant Pokéball in the Pokémon section and Yoshi egg chairs in the Yoshi’s Island zone. Racers can satisfy their need for speed in the Mario Kart racing area, where their skills will be put to the test on Mario Kart 7. Qualifying drivers will advance to compete with other top players on a giant TV screen featuring the new high-definition, anti-gravity go-karting game for Wii U: Mario Kart 8.

Strong4Life Healthy Back To School Lunch Ideas



Lunch is more than just a break in the day; it’s truly a refueling opportunity for your kids. This is why it’s important that they have a balanced meal with foods that are designed to keep them feeling full for the longest amount of time.  A powerlunch should include a protein and carbohydrates. Note: Protein (ex: lean meats, cheese, hummus, etc.) takes twice as long to digest, which means kids stay fuller longer.  Kids who don’t eat a protein at lunch are the ones who are typically hungry and dissatisfied before the end of the day.   Carbohydrates (ex: 100% whole grain bread, wraps, crackers, pasta, fruit) fuel your kid’s brains and give them energy. 
 

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s Strong4Life Registered Dietitian provided the following sample meals (that are fulfilling, easy to make and inexpensive and easy to make)

1.      Gobble Me Up: A turkey sandwich on 100% whole wheat bread, paired with fruit and veggies will keep them going strong through the afternoon.  (100% whole grain is high in fiber; this will also help to keep hunger at bay.)
Sample Lunch: Turkey sandwich on 100% whole wheat bread, fresh apple, baby carrots and 1% plain low-fat milk or water 
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