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2016 Home Tour Plans Village Events

History Happens April 22-24 during the 2016 Druid Hills Home and Garden Tour which has tapped Emory Village as a central gathering spot for entertainment, artistry, and a 5K walk/run.

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Teen Night this Sunday

Enjoy Glenn Youth as they show off their talent on Sunday, January 31, in Glenn Sanctuary. Then head for the Village for dinner and dessert.

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Dressing Up the Roundabout

The center of the roundabout in Emory Village will get a major facelift this spring, thanks to the generosity of more than 100 neighbors to date. EVA is a 501(c)(3) organization, and all donations are tax deductible.

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Replanting in the Village

Emory grounds crews recently pulled out weeds, tilled and amended the soil, and began replanting the islands near the roundabout.

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Village Gets Lucky

Lucky’s Burger & Brew has opened in the Village, featuring lots of burgers, fresh produce and dog bowls for your four-legged friends.

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Purple Corkscrew Closes Village location

After suffering water damage to its premises in 2015, The Purple Corkscrew has closed its Emory Village location.

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Open Streets DeKalb Draws Hundreds to Annual Celebration

Open Streets DeKalb in Emory Village celebrated its third year Sept. 20 with an afternoon of music provided by local bands, a cappella groups, and a choir, and much more.

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Messi’s Offers Fresh, Flavorful Ethiopian Cuisine

Visitors to Emory Village now can enjoy the “most authentic Ethiopian food west of Addis Ababa,” courtesy of newly opened Messi’s Cafe and Lounge.

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Proposed Variances for Wine Store Withdrawn

The Chevron Station in the Village is up for sale again, after the owners withdrew an application before the DeKalb Zoning Board of Appeals in October seeking variances which would have paved the way for a wine store.

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Ink & Elm Closes

The Village bid a fond farewell in late May to the restaurant and tavern which was known for its fine dining and hospitality. Many thanks to owner Hunter Thompson for his strong support of Village activities as a member of EVA’s board of directors.

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