18th Annual Pink Affair
TurningPoint Breast Cancer Rehabilitation will host the 18th Annual Pink Affair, the nonprofit’s signature fundraiser, 6-11 p.m. on Saturday, March 23. For the second consecutive year, the event will take place at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead, 3300 Peachtree Road. The evening will include a sit-down dinner, silent and live auctions overseen by top auctioneer Dean Crownover, complimentary beer and wine, and live music from the Emerald Empire Band. Dana Barrett, host of the Dana Barrett Show on WGST 640-AM, airing 12-2 p.m. Monday through Friday, will serve as emcee for the third straight year. Proceeds from the Pink Affair will support TurningPoint’s patient financial assistance program, offering reduced fee or complimentary services as well as a range of education program for breast cancer patients and survivors of all backgrounds. To purchase tickets and learn other details, visit ThePinkAffair.org, email event chair Kathy Smith at email@example.com or call 770.360.9271.
Massell’s Buckhead Blue Ribbon
Former Atlanta Mayor Sam Massell, addressing the Buckhead Business Association with his annual “State of the Community” predictions, described the 28-square-mile affluent community as “surroundings spell sound success both fiscally and physically.” Massell is the founding president of the umbrella-style influential nonprofit Buckhead Coalition.
Massell provided an illustration he credited as being the success formula for the area, which was an equilateral triangle routing the skyline at the apex, with the first point identifying a half-dozen Buckhead-named civic and service nonprofit associations, and the other point listing an equal sample number of Buckhead-oriented news periodicals. This, he says, explained the community’s wellbeing, with individuals active in the many organizations, and the publications reporting on their activities, with the skyline coming into being as the “Address of Choice.” BuckHaven Lifestyle is proud to contribute to this address!
Cars and ‘Q
Join Choate Construction for the 10th annual Cars and ‘Q for the Cause, May 4, 4 – 7 p.m., featuring 120-plus stellar cars; tasty barbecue from Jim ‘n Nicks; continuous pours of your favorite craft brews; silent auction; and live music, all to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Children under 8 are free. Advance tickets include dinner, and range from $20 to $40 (access to bar). Tickets rise to $30 and $50 on April 26. 8200 Roberts Drive, Atlanta. Visit CarsnQ.com
Earth Day at Blue Heron
Join Blue Heron Nature Preserve for the Earth Day Celebration on April 27th from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Free activities include a native plant walk, a bird walk with Atlanta Audubon Society, an iNaturalist Bio-Blitz Scavenger Hunt, the Art of Nature artist talk and tour, plus more! Register for events and see the whole schedule at BHNP.org/earth-day.
Blue Heron is a 30 acre haven for nature in an urban environment and located at 4055 Roswell Road NE, Atlanta.