Five Things to Do this Weekend

Attend a student-teacher handmade jewelry sale, lend a hand at the local dog park, take your children to hear a story and more

Welcome to "Five Things You Need to Know for the Weekend," a Dunwoody Patch column that sifts through the long list of events competing for your time to offer our pick of five things worth doing with your time off. Notice of future events can be sent to jasonmassad@gmail.com.

1. Dunwoody’s Spruill Center for the Arts is holding its 4th annual student and instructor jewelry market. Hosted at the Spruill Center for the Arts and Education Center at 5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, the market will showcase jewelry from students and professional jewelry makers who sell one-of-a-kind creations to the public.

The market will sell a diverse range of jewelry at all price ranges. The event is  11 a.m. to 5 p.m Sunday.

2 . Dunwoody Cycling: On the Dark Side. This is a 35 mile, strenuously paced, "Hang or be Dropped" free ride that starts at Dunwoody High School, 5035 Vermack Road. Weekly on Saturdays. 5:30 a.m. Check the website: http://www.dunwoodycycling.com. Fo more information e-mail: rides@dunwoodycycling.com

3. Lend a hand at Dunwoody's Brook Run Dog Dog Park. A clean-up day starts at 10 a.m. Saturday at the 4-plus acre park. At the group's last clean-up day in January student volunteers helped clear a drainage dicth and stabilize it with gravel. The park is located at 4770 N. Peachtree Road.

4. The Perimeter Barnes and Noble bookstore offers a children's reading event on weekends called "Storytime with Ms. Caitlin." Children from 0 to 5 can come and enjoy stories and dabble in arts and crafts projects. Weekly on Saturdays beginning at 11 a.m. It's located on 120 Perimeter Center West, Ste 300, Dunwoody Ga. 30346.

5. Oglethorpe University Museum of Art will perform "Brahms Under the Skylight" as part of an ongoing concert series. The concert is from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at 4484 Peachtree Road NE. The concert features Brent Runnels playing the piano and friends.


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