It’s a wonderful life. Indeed.
And “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play,” opens Friday at Stage Door to remind us of the wonderful season and of some of yesteryear’s glories.
The film classic comes to life as a live radio broadcast from the 1940s with the story of the idealistic George Bailey and all the charm of the beloved holiday favorite.
Shows run through Dec. 16 with a five-member Stage Door Players’ cast. Performances are Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2:30 p.m.
Call the box office at 770-396-1726 or vist stagedoorplayers.net.
A ride to somewhere. A three-hour bike ride may have you in the same spot you started, but those benefiting from your spin will be the children and adults that participated in the wonderful Special Olympics program each year.
“Cycle for Good” is an international stationary bike fundraiser that will be hosted by the Marcus Jewish Community Center on Sunday, Dec. 9 from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Participants are welcomed to ride by the hour or for the entire three hours with a minimum contribution of $25 per hour. Bring friends and ride side-by-side.
To register, call DeAnne Jacobson at 678-812-4025.
Spartans collect and deliver. The bounty topped nearly 1,000 pounds from students at North Springs Charter High School in the canned food drive for Sandy Springs’ Community Action Center and the Atlanta Food Bank sponsored by the school’s Interact Club.
And for the fifth consecutive year, North Springs won the Gold Can award from the Rotary in competition with rival Riverwood International Charter School.
Concert for the Tots. A great way to get in the festive spirit: The annual Toys for Tots Christmas Concert is scheduled Sunday, Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. at St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church, and all are invited.
This is an annual event to benefit the Atlanta Chapter of the Toys for Tots organization. The show will feature St. Luke’s Chancel Choir, Festival Ringers and the Premiere Brass Quintet.
Bring a new, unwrapped toy for admission to this free event. Hear music of the season and sing along with some Christmas favorites. Child care is provided. A free will offering will be taken to benefit needy service personnel and their families.
Water Girls. Dunwoody Girl Scouts from Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic School helped out at the “Hustle for Hope” Halloween 5K benefiting the Elaine Clark Center. On Oct. 27. at Keswick Park in Chamblee, the junior scouts set up and worked at two hydration stations along the 5K route to supplying water and to cheered on the runners with enthusiastic shouts of encouragement.