Intown Stars Gymnastics: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25, in the large field across from Glenn Memorial UMC.
Kids can learn cartwheels and handstands, walk on a beam, swing on a bar, do flips, and hang with cool gymnastics coaches.
There will be socially distanced lines, and all equipment will be sanitized between each session.
The first 10 people who show up get a certificate for a free class or day of camp at the Decatur Gym (new customers only).
Looking for more live sports with handsome competitors and celebrity judges? These competitors won’t be kept from activity due to positive Covid-19 tests.
The third annual Peavine Duck Race is a virtual affair that will cap off Open Streets Emory Village-COVID19 edition on Sunday, Oct. 25. Watch as the rubber ducks meander downstream in Emory Village on Southfork Conservancy’s Facebook page.
Get in the action! Sign up at southforkconservancy.org for a free duck number! Numbers are written on the bottom of the ducks, and the first ducks to cross the finish line downstream will win ducky prizes! Anyone who signs up with a name and email for any other official Open Streets event may have a duck entered for them in the Peavine Creek Duck race.
While you’re at the Southfork Conservancy website, take a look at the incredible work the organization is doing to reclaim Peavine Creek in Emory Village and elsewhere.
Draw a picture in front of the business running a special on a particular day or other location during Open Streets Emory Village —Covid-19 edition. A prize will be awarded each day. A grand prize will be awarded at the end of the week.
Chalk it up in these locations:
- Thursday, Oct. 22 – Sidewalk chalk in front of Double Zero
- Friday, Oct. 23 – Sidewalk Chalk near Shields Meat Market BBQ
- Saturday, Oct. 24 – Sidewalk Chalk location to be determined
- Sunday, Oct. 25–Sidewalk Chalk in front of the Emory Plaza Fountain
Wagaya: Friday, October 23
Wagaya means “Our Home in Japanese. Enjoy authentic Japanese food in Emory Village including fresh sushi, ramen and donburi and receive a kid’s meal free with a dine-in order of $25 and more. All kid’s meals are $4 with takeout orders.
You’re always welcome at Zoës Kitchen at 1385 Oxford Road NE when you’re looking for fresh Mediterranean food with a modern spin. On Saturday, Oct. 24 during Open Streets Emory Village-COVID-19 edition, kids eat free with the purchase of an adult entree.
Jimmy John’s: Friday, Oct. 23
Take the kids to Jimmy John’s on Friday, Oct. 23 for the restaurant’s Open Streets Emory Village special: a free Little John with the purchase of a combo. Then play games outside. Jimmy John’s offers delivery and pick up of its sandwiches.
Dragon Bowl: Kids eat free with the purchase of an adult entree. Thursday only: Spin the wheel to win prizes. Thursday, Oct. 22, and Friday, Oct. 23, and Saturday Oct. 24.
Double Zero: On Thursday Oct. 22, and Saturday, Oct. 24, enjoy a dinner serving 2-4 people for $50. Includes your choice of salad (Caesar or or misticanza), choice of chicken parmesan and spaghetti/meatballs OR chicken parmesan and lasagna, choice of a bottle white or red wine. $5 Negroni. Reservations required.