Sunday, September 23, 2012

Fall Apple Festival at No. 246: Sunday September 23, 2012

Here's what you do Sunday, September 23, 2012

Welcome Fall with the Apple Festival at No. 246 in Decatur

Fall is arguably the best season in Atlanta.  Turning leaves, cooler temperatures, Halloween and Thanksgiving.  Maybe nothing welcomes it better than Apple season.  Welcome Fall this year at the Apple Festival at No. 246 in Decatur.  They're joining up with Leon's Full Service and Brick Store Pub to bring you How Bout them Apples.   It's the full Apple experience.  Cider, bobbing for apples, cocktails, whole roasted pig, sausage, desserts.  It's gonna be a blast!  2-7p on Sunday.  Tickets are $35 and you can get them at No. 246.


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Here's what you do Sunday

FirstHave a small breakfast on your deck.  Yogurt and fresh organic blueberries.  Maybe a pastry from Empire State South, or toast.  Take your iPad out there and blog a bit, or catch up on the news, or maybe call a friend - preferably in a time zone ahead of yours if it's too early.


Second:  Watch CBS Sunday Morning (9-10:30 ET).  Hands down, the most uplifting and just plain interesting news show on TV.  Be prepared to learn something, and don't forget to enjoy the artwork - always a painting or sculpture of the sun.
Third: Go see the Master at Tara.  It's generating a lot of buzz this year.  Joaquin Phoenix.  Phillip Seymour Hoffman.  Oscar buzz, in fact.  Here's the low-down:
"After returning from the Second World War, a psychologically troubled drifter returns from the war and meets the charismatic leader of a new religion. The Master befriends the drifter to help him sort out his life and provide meaning. The drifter becomes his right-hand man and, after a while begins to question both his belief in the leader and his teachings as the organization grows and gains a fervent following."


There's a show-time at 1.  $10 per person.

Fourth: How bout them apples?!  Go enjoy some roast pig and bob for apples at No. 246.  $35 per person.

Fifth: Nap.  It's been a long day.  Return home to your perfect bed and slumber.

Napping after the Apple Festival is such a good idea...


Finally: How 'bout some comedy?  The punchline has the Sklar brothers Sunday at 8p.  Tickets are $15.  Go check it out!!






Book Keeping

For two people

Breakfast: $10
The Master: $20
Apple Festival: $70
Nap: $Free
Punchline: $30 plue $20 for drinks

Total: $150

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