Open Streets Covid19 Edition Attracted All Ages and Interests

The Eighth Annual Open Streets Emory Village inserted some fun into 2020 with a “Covid19” edition that included a mix of virtual and socially distanced events. For four days in October, neighbors enjoyed specials at Village restaurants and tried out events that ranged from bike tours, to architectural and creek walks, sidewalk chalk art and pottery art, concerts, virtual 5K and dog contests, gymnastics, a duck race and much more.

Make Wire Hanger Art, Win Prizes from Majik Touch

Hang in there and clean out your closet! Everyone’s favorite dry cleaner is sponsoring a contest for the best sculpture made using no more than 20 wire hangers.

Bring your sculpture to Majik Touch anytime Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 22-24. Prizes will be awarded before the store closes at 3 p.m. Saturday.

Trunk Or Treat – Pandemic Style at Glenn Memorial on Oct. 25

Trunk or Treat, 4-6 p.m. , Sunday, Oct. 25.

Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church will again host this event during Open Streets, but with a twist. Parishioners will decorate their car trunks in the parking lot of the Youth & Activities Building. Families will drive through the parking lot slowly to view the decorated trunks while masked volunteers place bagged treats in bags children hang out the car window.