This Week: MLK Day Parade, Live Theater, Get Acquainted Tea at Peachtree ES, Rotary Club and More

Check the Patch calendar each day for events, meetings, activities and more happening in and around Peachtree Corners.

Martin Luther King Day Celebration, Lawrenceville, GA Photo: Lawrenceville Patch
Martin Luther King Day Celebration, Lawrenceville, GA Photo: Lawrenceville Patch
The Peachtree Corners Patch calendar is full of news about events coming up in the weeks ahead. Here's a look at five of this week's community events. 

Click on the links for additional details.

Check the Peachtree Corners Patch for more events scheduled throughout the month. The Patch calendar is available for anyone in the community to use to post events such as meetings, school events. garage sales and more. Click here to post your event.

Monday, Jan. 20: 14th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Parade - presented by the Gwinnett United Ebony Society kicks off at 10 a.m. near the gazebo at the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse  and finishes at Moore Middle School on 1221 Lawrenceville Highway. Click on link for additional information.

Monday, Jan. 20: Peachtree Corners Rotary Club MeetingYou are invited to attend the weekly luncheon meeting and learn more about the Rotary Club. The Club welcomes those who are interested in becoming a Rotarian, as well as Rotarians from other local clubs to attend the meetings. Cost $15 lunch fee for non members. RSVP needed. For more information email Membership Chair, Sam Evans, at: sevans@legacyplangroup.com

Tuesday, Jan. 21: Peachtree Corners City Council Meeting - The City Council has scheduled a meeting at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21, at City Hall. Visit the city's website for a copy of the agenda. 

Thursday, Jan. 23: Peachtree Elementary School Tea - You are invited to the school's annual Community Tea Thursday, 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. for prospective parents and community members to visit and find out what makes Peachtree such a special school. Click on link for more details.

Friday, Jan. 24: Pinckneyville Center's First Live Performance, "A Heart Divided" - Thought-provoking and gripping, the play sheds new light on the issues of a changing south. A fish out of water story about a girl from New York City who moves to a small rural Tennessee town. A play by Cheri Bennett and Jeff Gottfried, presented through special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing. Click on links for ticket information and show times.

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