THOMAS STRUTH: NATURE & POLITICS

Oct. 16
404.733.4400
high.org

The High Museum will be the first museum in the United States to present a new body of work from Thomas Struth, the German photographer known for his large-scale color photography of cityscapes, architecture, portraits, landscapes and more. Tickets to the exhibit “Thomas Struth: Nature & Politics” cost $12 for children ages 6 to 12 and $19.50 for adults.

WHISKIES OF THE WORLD

Oct. 22
404.474.0168
whiskiesoftheworld.com/atlanta

One of the largest whiskey-tasting events in the United States, Whiskies of the World is coming to the InterContinental Buckhead Oct. 22 from 7 to 11 p.m. The event draws more than 200 exhibitors from around the world and will feature food and cigar pairings. Tickets cost $140.

LATIN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SPANISH CLASSES

Oct. 29
404.638.1800
thelaa.org

Whether you’ve never spoken a word of Spanish before, or you took four years in high school, Atlanta’s Latin American Association has classes for you, hosted in a fun and relaxed environment. Saturday classes start on Oct. 29 and last seven weeks. Weekday classes begin Oct. 31 and meet twice a week for five weeks. Tuition costs $250 for new students, plus textbooks.

HADASSAH ATLANTA’S CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION

Oct. 30
678.443.2961
hadassah.org

Hadassah Atlanta, one of the city’s largest women’s organizations, is celebrating its 100th year of serving the community with a gala on Sunday, Oct. 30, at the Grand Hyatt Buckhead. The evening will honor three important members: Rae Frank, Virginia Saul and Renee Rosenheck. Tickets start at $225. The cocktail hour will kick off at 5:30 p.m., followed by a seated dinner.