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Due to the 100% chance of rain tomorrow, we have decided to reschedule Touch A Truck for April 30 from 10 am until 1 pm. The Public Works folks have cleaned all the trucks in anticipation of the event, so if you see them around be sure to tell them how nice the trucks look!

See you on April 30th.

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The weather has a feeling of Spring so get outside and enjoy yourself in Decatur this weekend.

Saturday morning, Decatur Active Living presents “Touch-a-Truck” Day from 10 am until 1 pm in the Callaway Building Parking lot located on the corner of Trinity and Commerce Drive. More details in previous post.

The ING Marathon will be coming through Decatur on Sunday so come out and join our official Cheering Section. New location this year: we will line the streets of in front of the Old Courthouse to cheer on the runners as they come down Ponce de Leon and turn onto Clairemont. I will be on the square at 7 am and have lots of pom-poms, cow bells and other cheering “necessities”. The Marching Abominables will be joining us this year, so come out and join the fun as we compete to win the “Neighborhood Challenge”.

 

Decatur High School presents Hamlet, which runs Friday and Saturday night at the new DHS Performing Arts Center. The show begins at 7:30 pm and tickets are available at the door for $8. I saw the show last night and thoroughly enjoyed it.

Walk or bike around downtown Decatur or Oakhurst. Grab a coffee or lunch to go and enjoy it on the Square or in Harmony Park; or dine at one of the many fine restaurants. Bet those patios will be open and hopping this weekend.

Stop in at one of your favorite boutiques and buy something to put a “spring” in your step or wardrobe.

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 Join Decatur Active Living on Saturday, March 20th for the annual “Touch-a-Truck” event from 10 am until 1 pm in the Callaway Building Parking Lot located at 120 West Trinity Place. This free community event gives children of all ages a chance to touch, explore and see their favorite truck or equipment on wheels. The City of Decatur fire truck, dump trucks, tractors, police cars, motorcycles, bicycles and many other vehicles will be on display, as well as vehicles from DeKalb County.

For more information, please contact Greg White at 678-553-6543.

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