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Saturday, March 17; 5-9pm;  Galeria Regina Art Gallery


409 Mead Road, unit 5

Galeria Regina Opening:


Explorations in Drawing and Sculpture

On Wednesday, February 7th Steinbeck’s will open its doors to some of our favorite local artists to hang some of their work. We asked them to share their vision of the pub and then show it off to our regulars. There will be snacks and bubbles as you peruse the show! Pieces by Deborah Sosower, Jamie Milburn, Christine Tyler, Jeff Shipman, Julie Odom, Ross Brandt, & Dirk Hays.

Saturday, Feb 10; 1-6pm

Mead Road Mardi Gras Parade

Let the Good Times Roll!

The Mead Road Mardi Gras parade and party will be held Saturday, February 10th from 1pm-6pm. The parade line-up happens at the 4/5 Academy at Fifth Avenue in Decatur and the parade steps off at 1pm.  After marching through Oakhurst Village, the fun continues at The Imperial with live music, Cajun cuisine and kids’ activities. All of the CSD elementary schools are marching in the parade! If you’d like to form a “krewe” to join in the fun and for more information:
All funds raised by Mead Rd. Mardi Gras are donated to the Decatur Education Foundation to fund music and arts grants for City Schools of Decatur.

Monday, February 12; 7pm; Solarium in Oakhurst

Oakhurst Neighborhood Association quarterly meeting

Saturday, March 3; 4-7pm

Oakhurst Wine Crawl

For tickets:

Proceeds from the #OakhurstWineCrawl benefit the 2018 Oakhurst Porchfest, MLK Service Projects, and Oakhurst Jazz Nights.

Tickets also available at Oakhurst Market. More information at:

Give us your input!

The stakeholders of three different municipalities, one transit system, and a variety of businesses and environmental interest groups have come together to develop a vision for the place they share – the East Lake MARTA Station. Your input over the last two months and six events generated several concept diagrams for the East Lake MARTA Station study area,

Now’s the time to share, once again, your feedback on each of the concepts for the north parking lot, the south parking lot, potential future AT&T redevelopment, and street improvements for East Lake Drive, College Avenue, and Park Place. You’ll want to allow 15-20 minutes to complete the survey that can be found here,

Monday, February 12; 7pm

Oakhurst Neighborhood Association Quarterly meeting


Saturday, Dec 2 : Winnona Park Jingle Jog and more

Join your Winnona Park family and friends this Saturday, December 2nd for a special holiday event. Festive holiday attire is encouraged, so dig out those cherished reindeer antlers and Santa hats, bells, and have some morning fun with your fellow Wildcats, friends, and neighbors!


The Jingle Jog will begin at 8:30am with a warm-up, followed by a tot-trot, and then the “Jog-a-Thon” style Fun Run will begin for older kids and adults. The goal of the “Jog-a-Thon” is to see how many laps you can get in while the music plays. After the run is finished, the kiddos will be recognized for race participation and given hot chocolate and bananas!


Register here for the Jingle Jog:

The cost is $8.00 per person or $20.00 per family. After Wednesday, November 29th, the price will increase to $10 per participant or $25 per family.


Registered joggers can pick up their race packets in front of the school on Friday after Community Circle or Saturday morning at 8am.


The tree and candle sale will follow the Jingle Jog from 9am – 3pm and Sunday, December 4 from 11 am-3 pm while supplies last. Fraser Fir trees and wreaths are delivered freshly cut from a farm in North Carolina. There are several sizes to choose from, with prices ranging from $65-$85. We will also be selling Hanukkah candles at a price of $10 a pack.


All proceeds benefit the Winnona Park PTA to support staff and students.

Sunday, December 10; 5-8pm; Harmony Park

Lanterns, Lights and Carols

Join your friends and neighbors at the Oakhurst lantern parade and tree lighting on Sunday Dec 10th. Festivities start at 5pm at the Oakhurst Cooperative Preschool (830 W College) for lantern making. Around 6pm, the parade will head down Mead St. to Harmony Park to gather with neighbors for the Community Choir’s choral concert and lighting of the gorgeous tree provided by Oakhurst’s historic Scout Troop 107. Hot drinks will be provided by Ujoint. This is a great community effort and fun time to get into the holiday spirit.

Sunday, December 17

WPNA Luminary Event – Sunday, Dec 17th.

  • Luminary Sale 1pm-4pm @ WPES
  • Cocoa Crawl 5:30pm-7:30pm (or till the party winds down)

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