Tuesday, June 24
Carapace Raconteurs: Crazy Love

Manuel’s Tavern, 602 N. Highland Ave. (Poncey-Highlands)

Where would we be in life without our stories of summer lovin’’? This month, the raconteurs of Carapace will woo us with tales of head-over-heels, head-spinning love. (You’ll probably swoon – and that is totally a-okay.)

Deal nearby: Videodrome

Wednesday, June 25, 8 p.m.
Dinner Lab #4

The Goatfarm, 1200 Foster St. (Westside)

Think you’ve had your fill of this farm-to-table mumbo jumbo? Well, at this next installation of Dinner Lab, Chef Jay Midwood intends to turn the tradition all on its head. This dinner will be his swan song in ATL, after establishing his career in highfalutin’ stops like The Catered Affair, Oyster Bar and Saint in Boston. Want peek at what’s in store? Check out the event page. Non-membership tickets are $75.

Deal nearby: La Urbana Tequila & Mezcal Bar

Wednesday, June 25, 9 p.m.
Scene Missing: Harry Potter and the Previews of Atlantazkaban

The Highland Inn Ballroom Lounge, 644 N. Highland Ave. (Poncey Highlands)

For those of us whose favorite part of going to the movies is watching the trailers – boy, have we got the event for you! This online magazine come-to-stage is a monthly series that challenges Atlantan comedians, writers and performers to tip their hat to film trailers. Up this month? Harry Potter films. (Sounds like it’s time to dust off ye ol’ Nimbus 2000 to beat the rest of the muggles over to the Highland Ballroom to us.)

Deal nearby: Java Vino

Thursday, June 26, 7 p.m.
The Georgia Conservancy’s Generation Green Presents: Verde!

The Biltmore, 817 West Peachtree Street (Downtown)

The Lorax isn’t the only one speaking for the trees in our neck of the woods. Park Ranger Robby Astrove has long been a pinnacle of the Davidson-Arabia Nature Preserve, as well as quite the verdant potentate of all-things-environmental about town. Odds are if you’ve ever embarked on a hike of Arabia Mountain or volunteered with Trees Atlanta, you’ve crossed his path. Tonight, join the Georgia Conservancy in raising a glass to the recently accoladed Ranger Robby, this year’s recipient of the Longleaf Award. Pro-Tip: Snag your tickets in advance here.

Deal nearby: Big Kahuna