Downtown’s Central Presbyterian Church, 201 Washington St., has reopened the Central Night Shelter for the winter. The CNS is a seasonal shelter for homeless men from November through March. Together with the Catholic Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, the two churches can accommodate up to 100 guests with Central housing the majority at 70. For more than 30 years Central Presbyterian Church has provided lodging space and amenities for this local mission, the only Atlanta shelter completely operated and supported by volunteers. For more information,visit cnsatlanta.org.
The Whole Foods at Midtown Plaza on Ponce de Leon Avenue is having a “grand reopening” celebration on Nov. 3-6 to show off its renovations and additions, which include a beer and wine bar, cold brew coffee on tap, a self-ordering kiosk and text-to-order juice bar, self-serve and text-to-order pizza bar, ramen venue by Genji Sushi Bar, smoked in-house fish, and Octane Coffee. There will also be live music, DJs, a hog roast, local brewery tap takeovers and commemorative shopping bags for the first 500 customers. For event details, times and updates, visit wfmponce.eventbrite.com.