July Events

Wondering what to do this summer? Never fear; your Atlanta car dealer is here! After checking out our amazing inventory of GMC cars and trucks, load up and head on out to these great events! Come center your mind and body with Tai Chi in the Park on Friday, July 5th starting at 11:00 am. These free Tai Chi classes are to be held outside in front of the weater wall every Tuesday and Friday at 11:00 am in Woodruff Park. Classes are taught by a certified Arthritis Foundation Tai Chi instructor and consist of a warm up and cool down, six main core exercises and six advanced extension movements. These classes are designed to not wear you out so you don’t have to be in workout clothes. They run 45 minutes with no need to register in advance.

The Heritage Cultural Arts festival will be taking place July 18th through July 21st at Underground Atlanta. The Remix task is to enhance the public’s awareness, education and gratitude of the arts with an emphasis on partaking. Not only will the Remix be hosting traditional visual artists but also a wide range of genres of artistic expression such as performance, dance, digital, gaming, cartooning, music, sculpture and much more.

Wednesday Wind-down at Centennial Olympic Park happens every wednesday during the summer and is Atlanta’s longest running free concert series. It starts at 5:30 til 8:00 pm. This concert has been entertaining music fans for over a decade. You can enjoy everything from Jazz to contemporary music.

If you have a sweet tooth, then you can’t miss this event! Atlanta’s Ice Cream Festival will be held at Piedmont Park July 27th from 11:00 am to 6:00 PM. Fun for the whole family, this event will include a diversity of health and wellness agencies, exercise routines and so much more. Bring the youngsters and cool down with some sweet treats and prepare yourself for lots of fun and laughter. Receive helpful information from contributing health/wellness agencies from our community while socializing and having a great time. There is no charge so there is no excuse to miss it!

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