West End Healing Arts Centered 573 Holderness St SW, Atlanta, GA30310 West End Healing Arts Centered is the health and wellness practice of Shani Harris. She offers massage therapy, Reiki…More energy healing and professional health coaching.
The Southwest Arts Center is a neighborhood facility dedicated to bringing art classes, cultural programs and events…More to the southwest Atlanta community. The center offers classes in visual arts, film making, dance, music and other disciplines.
The center is operated by the Fulton County Arts Council, which manages five similar centers across the metro area.
According to the council's website, the center is "dedicated to providing quality arts instruction and programs to the community in a positive and creative environment." For a class schedule, please visit http://patch.com/buOos.
U.S. Navy Recruiting Station 2260 Fairburn Rd SW, Atlanta, GA30331 Aviation, Arts and Education, Health Care and Nuclear Energy are among the fields in which the U.S. Navy makes career…More opportunities available. The southwest Atlanta Navy Recruiting Station has a list of job openings and recruiters on hand to assist. The office is located at 2740 Greenbriar Parkway, in Suite A2 of the Greenbriar Village shopping center in Atlanta.
Spelman College 350 Spelman Ln SW, Atlanta, GA30314 Spelman College is a women's liberal arts educational institution, historically catering to black women. There are 27…More different majors available at Spelman College, and the college's partner institutions include Atlanta University Center and the Atlanta Regional Council for Higher Education; both partner institutions offer even more options for study. Spelman College offers more than 70 different student organizations and sororities, in areas ranging from civic engagement to performing arts.
Adamsville Recreation Center and Natatorium 3201 Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW, Atlanta, GA30311 The Adamsville Recreation Center and Natatorium is the largest indoor public community center in the Cascade area. The…More center includes a large community auditorium, two conference rooms, two kitchens and a computer lab, multipurpose room, arts and crafts room, weight room, fitness room, dance studio, game room, gymnasium, locker rooms and a natatorium with Olympic-size and therapy pools. The center is managed by the city's Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs. For space reservations, please call 404-546-6757.
The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center 967 Dewey St SW, Atlanta, GA30310 The Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center on Dewey Street was created at the bequest of Joan Kroc, widow of…More McDonald's founder Ray Kroc. The 53,500-square-foot facility features a variety of educational and recreational programs that are partially funded by the community. The center offers annual and monthly memberships and is open six days a week for fitness, recreation and performing and visual arts classes. Members can enjoy a complete fitness center, a computer lab, a game room, a snack bar and coffee shop, a walking and jogging track and a basketball gym. The center also hosts specialty day camps and workshops and rents out spaces for special events such as birthday parties.
Appleton Early Learning Center 680 Fairburn Rd SW, Atlanta, GA30331 The Appleton School is an early learning center, just walking distance from Cascade Road and Southwest Atlanta…More Hospital. Nestled in a quiet wooded vista of trees, the facility sits away from busy street traffic with plenty of parking and a circular driveway for easy pick up and drop off parental traffic. Early childhood development skills taught at Appleton include listening, colors, shapes, numbers, science, problem-solving, muscle-development, writing, sorting, and sequencing. The school also offers onsite enrichment activities that include music, art, Spanish, ballet, gymnastics swimming and field trips to expand little minds. The Appleton School is dedicated to expanding the minds of the children in the community with loving, nurturing, and educational care.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta 434 Peeples St SW, Atlanta, GA30310 The John H. Harland Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta has been in its current location since 1970, but…More has been around since 1968 in the West End. Named for John H. Harland, an Irish-American, its emphasis is technology. The Intel computers in the clubhouse are for students 10 to 18; the STEM lab is for students 6 to 9. The BGCMA has an after-school program for children 6 to 18, and serves more than 650 children each year. It provides pickup service from three elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school and three charter schools. The 21,000-square-foot facility comes with a pool, gym, art center, social rec center and art center -- everything to keep the children involved and active.
A full-service early learning and day care center offering the Georgia pre-k and after-school programs for children…More ages 6 weeks to 13 years old. The center uses the "high reach" curriculum for learning a variety of communication and personal interaction skills. Science, math and English classes are offered based on age levels.
Other activities include computer lab time, Spanish language, drama, ballet, modern and African dance classes. A fenced-in outdoor recreation facility includes a variety of recreational slides, swings and a mini race cart track. The staff is trained in childhood development and certified in CPR.
It offers pick-up services for after-school care within a limited range. After-school care is offered for school aged children from 3pm until 6:30pm. In addition, the center is equipped with state-of-the-art surveillance technology to monitor the outdoor premises and class activities.
Payment accepted include money order, check and child care and parent services (GACAPS)
Gentle Care Academy can be found on a lush campus setting. This early learning and day care center is for children 1…More to 12 years old. After-school care is offered for school-age children from 3pm until 6:30pm.
The center offers "The Creative Curriculum," "We Care Curriculum" and "The Reggio Approach," in which children are taught math, science, social studies, arts and crafts, and communication. Other curriculum includes African-American history and culture, computer basics, cooking and Spanish language and social etiquette. The center has ample free parking, multiple classrooms, and fenced outdoor recreation facilities.
All staff is CPR certified and must pass a criminal background check. Teachers are highly trained and must meet Gentle Care Academy's standards of qualification and experience.
Genesis Early Learning and Child Development Center 876 Allene Ave SW, Atlanta, GA30310 There is something different about Genesis Early Learning and Child Development Center on Allene Avenue. It's housed in…More a 6,762-square-foot facility with nursing areas for its 16 babies, five classrooms for its 57 toddlers and preschoolers, and it only serves vegetarian and vegan meals. "We are committed to meeting the highest nutritional standard for children by providing the finest quality of natural ingredients available," the company states. With a serving of fortified soy milk, grits or oatmeal with fruits or vegetables for breakfast, the little charges are ready to take on the Abeka curriculum. A staff of eight teachers works with the children to develop their sensory and motor skills, build their confidence through creative expression with finger paintings and other art work, as well as teach them the basics in maths, reading and phonics.