Once again beATl will lead you through a very special door: an arctic door! Dare and wander through the hallways to find a wonderful little secret hiding within the walls of Muss & Turner’s.
- When: Thursday December 1st, 2016 from 7 pm
- Where: Eleanor at Muss & Turner’s | 1675 Cumberland Pkwy SE, Suite # 309, Smyrna, GA 30080
- Parking: ample free parking
Saint Nicolas/Sinterklaas will reach Roswell on Saturday December 3rd at 10 am. The Legend will have bags full of presents of all kinds (provided by you, dear parents) and goody bags.
This fun morning, organized by beATL and De Molenwiek, is open to young and young at heart.
- When: Saturday December 3rd from 10 am til 12.30 pm
- Where: St. David’s Episcopal Church, 1015 Old Roswell Rd, Roswell, GA 30076
- Presents [not more than $15/present/child]: must be dropped in advance [see locations days and times below]. Bring a wrapped present for your child(ren) clearly marked with their full name(s).
- Registration sheet [write on a piece of paper in block letters 1/ the details of the person in charge in your family with email address and 2/the first and last names of each person in your party] + payment [checks payable to de Molenwiek] must accompany all presents with at the latest with the name(s) of your child(ren) and including all adults attending the party.
- Cost: $5.00 per person (child(ren) and adult(s)) – kids aged 2 and under are free but must be registred.
- Drop off locations:
- Tuesdays 11/8 and 11/15 between 3.45 pm and 6.15 pm at st. Davids Episcopal Church, 1015 Old Roswell Rd., Roswell, GA 30076
- Fridays 11/11 and 11/18 between 9 am en 12 pm: Bethel United Methodist Church, room D12, 4385 Lower Roswell Road, Marietta, GA 30068
- All other days at the frontdoor of de Molenwiek, 1007 Applegate Dr., Roswell, GA 30076
- More info: email@example.com
“Harvest of war” is the latest book by Florida-based Belgian author Jan Smolders. I had the pleasure to meet Jan during his recent book presentation. Soberly dressed all in black, totally contrasting with his white hair, his piercing eyes and sparkling smile illuminated the room. He is very jovial and you can only imagine him as a little boy as ‘een echte kapoen‘.
His 7th book takes place in his hometown of Ramsel and while, non fiction, the story is mostly based on historical facts related to the end of World War II when the village is still under Nazi occupation. In the summer of 1944, Jan was a 5-year old boy who still today recalls many of these events described in his book… one of the main characters is Dr Van Dam, based on his own doctor who treated him when he contracted polio at the age of 6. Together they braved the illness… allowing Jan to run 23 marathons!
Having left the corporate world [Bekaert & Lockheed] and toured most of the world, Jan and his wife Lut are now living in Boca Raton, FL where he turned into a writer 5 years ago.
His other books: Viral Games,The Bridge of Whispers, The Convenient Fund, Ripping the Veil, Tennessee Tremors, Alone in Boca Raton are either thrillers or related to corporate devious manoeuvering. His eight book is ready to be published and #9 is in his mind …