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5 things to do: Butcher & Brew Fest - November 10 2017

When your girlfriend asks, "What are we doing tonight?"  

Atlanta VegFest 2017

Cobb Civic Center - 548 S. Marietta Parkway Marietta, GA 30060. Free. 10 a.m.

A vegan-centric festival for a day of conversation and food tastings from members of Atlanta's food community. Guests can participate in interactive workshops, activities, and samples from more than 50 vegan vendors.

Opening: 'More than Self: Living the Vietnam War'

Atlanta history Center - 130 West Paces Ferry Road N.W. Atlanta, GA 30305. Free-$21.50.10 a.m.

The Atlanta History Center's latest exhibit offers a multi-faceted look into the sacrifices made during the Vietnam War.

Wine Fest

Historic Fourth Ward Park - 592 N. Angier Ave. NE Atlanta, GA 30308. $45-$60. 1-5 p.m.

Welcome the first annual Atlanta Fall Wine Fest, featuring more than 100 different wines along with a selection of beer and cider. Attendees can try a variety of samples, enjoy live music, play interactive games, and nibble on yummy food throughout the afternoon.

Butcher & Brew Fest

The Alley - 9 South Main St. Alpharetta, GA 30009. $25-$35. 2-6 p.m.

Butcher & Brew hosts their first Butcher & Brew Fest, featuring beers from local breweries. Attendees can kick back with unlimited beer samples and a chance to chat with industry experts. Chef Andy Long will be serving up nosh throughout the afternoon.

 

Sex Sells

Paragon 7 - 3201 Atlanta Industrial Parkway, suite 103 Atlanta GA, 30331. $15-$20. 7-11 p.m.

A 21+ event that showcases the work of some of Atlanta's most talented visual artists accompanied by sensual sounds and nude models, present for selected artists paint interpretations of them. There will be body art, intimacy advice and more.

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