Monday, June 16, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Polka Dotted Elephant Summer Cinema Club

Pallookaville, 17N Avondale Plaza (Avondale Estates)

Our favorite food-truck-gone-brick-and-mortar is celebrating Summer the only way they know how – with festivities and carnival fare for all. This week marks the launch of their summer initiative, the Polka Dotted Elephant Summer Cinema Club, at which attendees can view a rotating line-up of classic cartoons, films and television shows whilst chowing down on a bevy of delightful snacks. This week they'll be airing Dogville Short, Lancelot Link and The Princess Bride.

Deal nearby: Good Karma Coffee

Tuesday, June 17, 7 p.m to 9 p.m.
Chai Pani's One Year Anniversary Party: An Indian Street Food Fest

406 W Ponce de Leon Ave. (Decatur)

It's hard to believe that we've been indulging in Chai Pani's Indian Street food fare for an entire year now, but you know what they say – time flies when you're having fun. Raise a lime rickey to them at this first year fête amidst a traditional Indian entertainment, and of course, a bevy of savory bites. (Sounds like a hefty dose-a goodness to us.)

Tuesday June 17, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m..
An Exclusive Look at TRACE at the W Midtown

W Atlanta Midtown, 188 14th Street (Midtown)

Highfalutin' chefs and neon lights? That's a thing of the past at the W Midtown. Their new restaurant focus, TRACE, is all about locally sourced, high-quality eats. (Food that you can trace back to it source, shall we say?) See the space, eat the eats, and drink the libations before the restaurant opens their doors at this exclusive first-look event.

Wednesday June 18, 7 p.m.
re:imagine ATL presents SPARK

Atlanta Beltline Bicycle, 151 Samson St. NE (Old Fourth Ward)

"Kids these days." We hear it all the time. Why not show the old folks that the youth is ready and raring to make a difference? Atlanta newbies, re:imagine Atlanta agree and are here to help. Hear a bit about their mission to engage all the youngin's in positive civic change through film and music production.

Deal nearby: Fruttela

Thursday June 19, 7:30 p.m.
The Coca-Cola Summer Film Festival: Field of Dreams

The Fox Theatre, 660 Peachtree St. (Downtown)

Nowadays we know the Fox Theatre as Atlanta's premiere destination for live entertainment, but once a year Coca-Cola and the Fox team up to pay homage to the auditorium's original purpose: the silver screen. First up to bat this season? None other than the 1989 Kevin Costner classic, Field of Dreams. To sweeten the deal – the Braves' organist, Matthew Kaminski, will be behind the pipes of Mighty Mo the organ preceding the show. How's that for a home run?