Tour of Homes Plans Village Events
The Druid Hills Tour of Homes will expand its presence in Emory Village May 1-3, with music, a fun run, and leacture and tours of historic buildings on the nearby Emory University. Mark your calendar now.
Thank you, Davis Fox
A long-time supporter of Emory Village has resigned from the Emory Village Alliance Board, but his imprint on the village will endure for years to come. At its January meeting, the Emory Village Alliance expressed its gratitude to Davis Fox for his dedicated service and leadership over the past 15 years, including helping the board oversee more than $3 million in infrastructure improvements in the Village.
Sweet: Ali's Cookies Opens in the Village
Ali’s Cookies has opened in Emory Village at 1561 North Decatur Road, the former site of Tin Drum, which closed its doors last January.
Emory Village is the third location in Atlanta for Ali’s, which is known for its chocolate chip cookies as well as lactose-free and gluten-free cookies.
EVA Thanks Plaza Donors, Unveils Plaques
Two new plaques in Emory Village Plaza honor the more than 200 donors whose contributions helped transform a small plot of concrete into a vibrant gathering place. EVA dedicated the plaques during Open Streets DeKalb 2014.
Druid Hills neighbor and metal worker Charles Calhoun repurposed three century-old trolley rails into a striking sculpture that soars over the plaza fountain.Read more.
Remembering Ted Kelly: the Man Behind the Fountain
A serendipitous encounter, a generous soul, and love for family were the impetus for the gently flowing fountain that graces Emory Village Plaza. Read more.
Icy Fountain at Slice N Pint
Signals Winter's Arrival
Emory Village Roundabout:
A model for improving safety, easing congestion, and saving money.
Vestiges of Emory Village
A long-time resident recalls fond memories of the Village.
New York Times article.
Village merchants offer something for everyone. See what’s in the Village
New Name, Evolving Mission