AH&L’s Best of November


  1. Get a head start on holiday shopping at the Indie Craft Experience Holiday Shopping Spectacular, held at the Georgia Freight Depot. The two-day event will feature art and gifts from 175 crafters, artists and makers from the Southeast and across the country, as well as music by DJ Zano and a variety of fare from local food vendors. The first 250 guests each day will also receive a gift bag. Tickets $5. November 19–20; ice-atlanta.com/events
  1. Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles celebrates the holiday season with the 2016 Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse. Showcasing the work of some of the region’s most esteemed design-industry talents, this year’s showhouse, a renovation project off Peachtree Battle Avenue in Buckhead, is not to be missed. Proceeds benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Bring an unwrapped toy for a patient at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta during opening weekend (Nov. 18-20) and receive $3 off of your ticket. November 18–December 11; atlantaholidayhome.com
  1. Join ASID Georgia and Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles for Design & Wine Stroll at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta. Shop the latest in furniture, kitchens, baths, technology and home accessories while touring participating showrooms and enjoying wine and light bites. Guests will also receive a “Design Passport” to get stamped at each showroom for a chance win high-end raffle prizes. November 3; atlantahomesmag.com/events
  1. Ring in the season at Atlanta Botanical Garden’s annual holiday tradition, Garden Lights, Holiday Nights, featuring millions of dazzling LED lights. Explore favorites such as the Orchestral Orbs, Glittering Galaxy and Radiant Rainforest, as well as the new Walk of Flames and the freshly expanded Tunnel of Light. November 12–January 7; atlantabg.org
  1. The Art Farm at Serenbe welcomes the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to its Art Over Dinner series, a sequence of intimate gatherings with creative figures and organizations that creates a dialogue around arts and culture. The evening will feature dinner provided by Homespun, and wine from The Farmhouse at Serenbe and live music by John Burke. Tickets are $85 each and limited to 40 guests. November 20; artfarmatserenbe.com/events