“Old School” Fall Carnivals in Grant Park!

Grant Park, Ormewood Park and East Atlanta host Fall Festivals!

If you’re like us here at Red Robin REALTORS®, you love good Fall Carnivals.  Good eats, fun games, kids running around, hay bales and fall decor.  Bobbing for apples.  Dunking machines.  It’s an “old school” way to ring in one of our favorite times of the year.

ancs-fall-carnivalAnd, our southeast Atlanta neighborhoods of Grant Park, Ormewood Park and surrounding communities have several opportunities to get your fill, whether you’re young…or, young at heart. Here’s a rundown of upcoming Carnivals in our neck of the woods!

Wesley International Academy Fall FEASTival.  Saturday, October 15, 12:00-4:00.  This fun festival features international cuisine, which is the highlight of the event!  In addition, participants can enjoy a bouncy house, green & healthy initiatives and lots of games and live performances.  Located at 211 Memorial Drive, Atlanta, GA 30312.

Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School’s 2016 Fall Festival.  Saturday, October 22, 12:00-3:00.  Pony Rides, Dunking Booth, Bake Sale, DJ/Karaoke, Arts & Crafts, Contests, Family Photo Booth, Food and More!  Red Robin REALTORS® will have our Cornhole boards for the young and old with a competitive spirit.  Located at 688 Grant Street, Atlanta, GA 30315.

fall_festival1Parkside Elementary Fall Festival.  Saturday, October 29, 10:00am-2:00pm. Traditional festival gathering filled with family and kids activities, games and prizes, candy and food, and a whole lot more!

With so many great schools in southeast Atlanta, it’s no wonder that the neighborhoods of Grant Park, Ormewood Park and East Atlanta attract so many new families to the area.  At Red Robin REALTORS®, our neighborhood agents work closely with home buyers to find the right community to meet their needs.  And, very often, finding the right school system is an important part of that decision.  If you are considering a home purchase in southeast Atlanta, talk to one of our Buyer Specialists that is experienced in providing resources and information on all the local schools.

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posted: Oct 6, 2016 | No Responses

Posted by:  Melissa Wakamo

When Melissa Wakamo began her real estate career in 2004, her goal was to focus on her immediate area and get to know her neighbors. "I've had a lot of fun over the years helping my neighbors sell their homes and helping newcomers become a part of our community."

Melissa quickly became one of metro Atlanta's top producing agents and consistently performed in the top 1% of all Atlanta agents. By 2009, Melissa's real estate team had grown to include several agents and support staff, dedicated to providing exceptional service to buyers and sellers in Atlanta's intown neighborhoods.

In 2010, Melissa transitioned Red Robin REALTORS® into an independently owned boutique brokerage. Even in the tough real estate market during that time, Red Robin REALTORS® continued to outperform other small brokerages and was able to help buyers and sellers adapt to the rapid changes in the market.

In 2017, Melissa had the opportunity to merge the Red Robin REALTORS team with another like-minded boutique brokerage, Keller Knapp Realty. The two community-focused organizations bring together more than 100 agents, including 3 of the top 10 agents in metro Atlanta. With offices in Oakhurst, Ormewood Park and Midtown, Keller Knapp Realty and Red Robin REALTORS team are the top boutique real estate firm in Atlanta.

In her role as Managing Broker, Melissa provides agent training, marketing and strategic oversight for the Brokerage, ensuring that the brokerage maintains its focus and commitment to the intown market.

Melissa's active participation in various neighborhood organizations and charitable efforts, as well as her passion for antiques, cooking, and gardening, keep her busy and in touch with the community.

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