Weekly Social Calendar: 11/25

Through December 21: Boutique de Noel by Le Jardin Francais returns to Westside Provisions District. The holiday pop-up shop features unique wreaths and ornaments delicately crafted with organic and seasonal materials by floral and garden designer Marie-Laure Coste Dujols. Visitors will also find potted bulbs and can place orders for custom garlands. The shop is closed on Sundays and Mondays. 

November 28: The Ritz-Cartlon, Atlanta offers an elegant Thanksgiving day brunch through the early afternoon. In addition to its smattering of breakfast foods, smoked seafood, fine cheeses and charcuterie options, the special holiday brunch menu includes peach glazed turkey, buttery fall root vegetables, pimento cheese farfalle pasta and more. For reservations, call (404) 221-6550. 
November 28: Chef Todd Richards of The Shed at Glenwood invites families to enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving meal from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Menu highlights include Gum Creek Farm ham, smoked organic turkey, fried Springer Mountain chicken, sweet potato souffle, jalapeno grits and squash casserole. Top it all off with bourbon roasted banana pudding and oatmeal-and-cranberry whoopie pies. $50 per adult, $20 for children. For reservations, call (404) 835-4363.
November 28: Solo diners can reserve a seat at Rosebud‘s bar for a heap of the “Holiday Orphan” plate. Think turkey, ham and traditional scrumptious sides that highlight the fresh bounty of the season. Last seating is at 6 p.m. For reservations, call (404) 347-9747.

November 29: In conjunction with the “Go West!” exhibit, the High Museum of Art is hosting an afternoon of workshops and lively music inspired by the Wild West. The Homestead Atlanta will be bringing artisans, crafters, makers and survivalists to demonstrate everything from canning and metalsmithing to hide tanning and yarn spinning. Museum opens at 10 a.m.; no entrance fee for children ages 17 and under.

November 30: Ladies from UGA’s acclaimed Noteworthy chorus return for another day of caroling through the Westside Provisions District from noon-2 p.m.  

November 30: ADAC Day at Home for the Holidays
Noon-1 p.m. Holiday design and decor seminar with Brian Patrick Flynn
1-2 p.m. Hillary Macini leads a panel discussion with interior designers Julie Witzel, Amy Wikman and Kelly Carlisle on how to select a designer, understanding the design process, setting a budget and much more. 
2-3 p.m. Waiting on Martha blogger Mandy Kellogg Rye moderates a talk between Alison Womack Jowers, Barabara Westbrook, Rick Anthony Bonner and Ryan Hughes. Get their perspective on haute homes and what happens when fashion and interior design worlds collide.