2018 Eco Holiday Trunk Show

Things to do in and around Atlanta on Wednesday, Dec. 5

Fab’rik Dunwoody Sixth Anniversary 

Help Fab’rik celebrate six years in Dunwoody with refreshments and shopping specials including 40 percent off one item per shopper. The first 50 customers have the chance to pop glitter balloons filled with additional prizes and deals. Fab’rik was founded in 2002 by Atlanta-resident Dana Spinola who wanted to bring affordable style to everyone. Melissa Chiverton became a franchise owner six years ago to offer Fab’rik style to Dunwoody residents. Free. 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Dec. 5. Fab’rik Dunwoody, Perimeter Place, 4520 Olde Perimeter Way Suite 150, Dunwoody. fabrikstyle.com

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Leslie Odom, Jr. with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Leslie Odom, Jr., the Tony award winning star of “Hamilton” comes to Atlanta for this live performance. His role in “Hamilton” as ‘Aaron Burr’ earned him a Tony for Lead Actor in a Musical. Odom also won a Grammy Award as a principal soloist on Hamilton’s Original Broadway Cast Recording which also won the 2016 award for Best Musical Theater Album. $39.50 - $60. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 5. Atlanta Symphony Hall, 1280 Peachtree Street, Atlanta. www1.ticketmaster.com.

2018 Eco-Holiday Trunk Show

Shop for unique organic and sustainable gifts at this event featuring local Atlanta brands including Mark Edge Jewelry, KMM Collective, Oli + Ve, Dirty Beauty Skincare, EcoHome Atlanta, Smart Glass and more. Co-hosts Laura Turner Seydel and Kevin Knaus will be on-site for a meet and greet. Guests will enjoy free tote bags, holiday treats and more. Parking is free. Free. 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Dec. 5. Hall-Space, 3261 Roswell Road NE, Atlanta (next door to Rock-N-Taco at the intersection of Roswell Road & East Andrews. facebook.com/events

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