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The DeKalb County Mobile Career Center is making multiple stops throughout the county.
Stuff to do this week: Get crafty, learn CPR, lace up for a 5K, enjoy improv and dine at food trucks.
You can take a home buying class, learn to build birdhouses, attend a festival along Olmsted Linear Park, become educated about mushrooms and go to a book swap.
You can learn CPR, have fun with your kids, tour local galleries, rock out at Mama Jam and find bargains at the Starlight Drive-In Flea Market.
Train for the stair climb, hunt for Easter eggs, commune with other knitters, shop at the Starlight Flea Market and dine at the food trucks.
You can attend the Easter Art Hunt, join a group of craft-and-art-loving moms, learn about college funding, enter a photo contest and hear stories.
You can hear an artist discussion at Inman Perk, attend a home buying seminar, visit a support group, sing or listen to music at a coffee house and dine at food trucks.
Set your clocks ahead one hour. The change officially occurs at 2 a.m. Sunday.
The projects would be on Flat Shoals and Glenwood avenues.
The attorney who was running in District 2 says it's not the right time for him to run against incumbent Kwanza Hall.
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