Join us for two days of conversation, creation and celebration as we explore the fairy tales of old and the fae of today. FaEAtlanta brings together an expo hall of all that is beautiful in faedom; sessions by leading scholars on mythology and fairy tales; workshops on costuming, faerie houses, and faerie seership; and parties for fae from the wild and from the urban jungle. Children under 12 admitted free with a paid adult registration.
Check out www.faeatlanta.com for a full guest list, schedule, exhibitors, registration information and more!
What: Faerie Escape: Atlanta When: Aug. 14 – 15 Where: Holiday Inn Select – Atlanta Perimeter Sponsors: The Mythic Imagination Institute, the Phoenix and Dragon bookstore, Realms of Fantasy Magazine, FAE magazine Guests: Charles Vess, Ellen Kushner, Delia Sherman, Ari Berk, Orion Foxwood, Honora Foah, Candace Apple, IK the Troll, Eugie Foster, Bill Bridges, Barbara Friend Ish and many more $19 in advance, $29 at the door
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We plan on taking our daughter to Stone Mountain's Pumpkin Festival, this year for her birthday. It is about an hour to an hour and a half drive for us. She is wanting to invite some friends along. I feel that if we were to invite friends it would be up to me to pay for the friends ticket. Do you guys feel the same way? What about parking and parent/sibling tickets? It is a bit of a drive and is it fair to expect other parents to drive their kids that far? If I did I certainly wouldn't think it would be appropriate to receive gifts as well...I mean they would already be paying 50+ for gas, parking and one adult ticket...
Maybe I should just mention to a select few close friends that we will be at Stone Mountain that day if they feel like joining us? As far as I know only one friend has a season pass...
Oh and for anyone in the area...If you have a child around age 6-7 and plan on being at Stone Mountain on Saturday the 21st (?) .. i dont have a calender close by look us up!
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I am an American who is bilingual and who offers babysitting or childcare in a Spanish-immersion environment.
The younger a child is, the easier it is to pick up languages easily. In this globalizing world, knowledge of another language is more important than ever, and there is no better time or way to expose someone to another language than as a child.
I am a 22-year old, college educated, liberal woman who has experience teaching English to Spanish speakers and Spanish to English speakers. I love working with children, and have worked as a babysitter as well as a programming coordinator and counselor at summer camps. My passion is sharing and experiencing other languages and cultures. Currently, I work at a feminist non-profit in Atlanta as a bilingual educator and counselor and providing childcare to young children in Spanish, and also speak proficient French and a bit of Mandarin. I've studied in China, and spent time in Spanish and French speaking countries.
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