SouthEastern Lacrosse Conference (SELC) Championships

When: Fri April 25 3:00 PM - Sun April 27 4:00 PM
The largest collegiate club lacrosse conference in the United States Division I and Division II teams will compete at Northview High School. Sixteen teams will be invited to the SELC Championships, with eight coming from Division 1 and eight from Division II. On the last day of the tournament, the league will crown two champions, who will be automatically qualified for the MCLA National Championships held in May.

Wild Weekend at the Mill!

When: Sat May 3 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Celebrate all things wild! This annual event is full of activities that can be enjoyed all day - including live animal encounters, educational displays, fun animal-themed games and crates, iterative learning stations and more. See the website for times of the Birds of Prey and Farmer Sue and her ArtBarn Crew with adorable barnyard animals.

This is a Rain-or-shine event. All activities are free with paid admission of only $5 per person. Children under 3 years old are free.

Lunch, drinks, snacks and s'mores will be available for purchase Proceeds from Wild Weekend help fund the care and feeding of the Autrey Mill animals on exhibit.

The 8th annual Derby Day

When: Sat May 3 4:00 PM - 8:30 PM

The 8th annual Derby Day, to benefit Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, will be held Saturday, May 3, 2014. This unique event is creatively structured around The Kentucky Derby, the annual thoroughbred horse race held at Churchill Downs. The 140th Derby will be the focal point of the day with a large screen viewing of “the most exciting two minutes in sports” as well as authentic Derby-style food and beverages, a silent auction, horse voting and live entertainment.

Classic Hollywood

When: Sat May 10 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
The JCSO ends Season Seven on Saturday, April 19, 2014 with a delightful program of classical music featured in well known, high profile Hollywood movies. These classical themes will be instantly recognizable in some of the greatest movies of all time!

The Importance of being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

When: Fri May 23 12:00 AM - Sat May 24 12:00 AM

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The story follows the harrowing romances of two hapless gentlemen, Algernon and Jack, who, having grown tired of their restrictive lifestyles, create a series of elaborate lies that lead to a twisted labyrinth of conflict and hilarity. Filled with Wilde’s effervescent wit and humor, this cherished play is sure to bring laughter and merriment to its audiences.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare

When: Mon July 21 12:00 AM - Sat August 9 12:00 AM

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Shakespeare’s most popular comedy deals with the universal theme of love and its complications: lust, disappointment, confusion, and marriage. The plot focuses on three parallel stories: the trials and experiences of two sets of lovers camping in a magical forest, the world of the Fairy King and Queen and their elves. Magic, action, love and humor are the ingredients for this unforgettable spell. Watch what happens when that charmed love-dust starts flying!

USGA 2014 U.S. Amateur Championship

When: Sat August 9 9:00 AM - Sun August 17 5:00 PM

From Bobby to Arnold to Jack to Tiger.
They all got their start here!
Who will be the next great champion crowned at the Atlanta Athletic Club?
Don't miss your chance to walk the fairways and watch the next Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Matt Kuchar as they emerge into stardom at the home club of Bobby Jones, the greatest amateur of all time.
Golf's best amateurs will battle head-to-head to determine the next national champion. Two rounds of stroke play will narrow the field from 312 to 64 players, who will compete shot-for-shot in match play until only two remain. The finalists will meet in a 36-hole showdown to determine the winner.

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The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

When: Fri September 26 12:00 AM - Sun October 5 12:00 AM

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Mary Lennox, is a 10-year-old girl who lives in India with her English parents. When her parents die in a cholera epidemic, Mary is sent to live with her uncle in England, who lives in a huge manor. When she arrives Mary begins exploring the estate and discovers a secret garden that has been locked and neglected, and eventually discovers some other secrets of the manor, including a bed-ridden cousin, whom she helps. This is a story of rebirth as a result of the power of love.

Johns Creek Arts Festival

When: Sat October 25 12:00 AM - Sun October 26 12:00 AM
Mark your calendars for the annual family-friendly juried art festival in Johns Creek. The festival brings together visual artists, musicians and performers for a two-day celebration. The atmosphere will be alive with continuous entertainment on our main stage. Begin your holiday shopping among the 100 whimsical and fun artisans from around the country. Bring the sports fans to watch the game on large screen TVs in the food pavilion. Visit the energizing Kidz Zone for a few more surprises.

Location (click here for directions)
Atlanta Athletic Club Fields
1930 Bobby Jones Drive
Johns Creek, GA 30097


When: Fri October 31 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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Set in Transylvania and London, Dracula follows young solicitor Jonathan Harker to the depths of vampire country, where he innocently unleashes the undead on his fiancée, Mina, and her closest friend, the wealthy young Lucy Westernra; chaos and heat view for supremacy as the virtuous are tested, and found wanting. Wanting Count Dracula, that is – the source of evil and lasting torment. He seduces with abandon – Lucy, Mina, Renfield, Harker himself – and his kisses are forever. Some victims are fed, some fed upon, others merely extinguished. Can the light banish this force of dark sensuality? Dr. Abraham Van Helsing and his young acolyte Dr. John Seward bet their lives that it can. See for yourself.

Babes in Toyland Words by Glenn MacDonough, Music by Victor Herbert

When: Fri December 12 12:00 AM - Tue December 23 12:00 AM
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Uncle Barnaby is a miserly old man who has seized Mother Hubbard's cottage because she has failed to pay her mortgage. He is also cruel to his nephew, Alan, and niece, Jane, who live with him. One day they escape from his house. They survive a storm at sea and a shipwreck, and finally come to the garden of Contrary Mary. There they come into contact with characters from Mother Goose. They encounter an evil Toymaker and eventually see Uncle Barnaby meet his own doom. The children are now free to live in peace and enjoy their lives forever more.