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With nothing but bright, sunny skies on tap for Saturday and Sunday, this will be a picture-perfect weekend for beer, bikinis and beach volleyball.The AVP professional beach volleyball tour makes a stop Friday through Sunday at Atlantic Station.Email thisPrint thisMost popularThe tournament, in Atlanta for the fourth year, will include 2008 Olympic gold medalists Phil Dalhausser and Todd Rogers, as well as Nicole Branagh and Elaine Youngs, one of the top women's teams.Tickets are $35 for courtside seats, $20 general admission and $10 for children 12 or younger.Beer lovers will want to head over to East Atlanta Village on Saturday for the sixth annual East Atlanta Beer Festival.Tickets to the festival, which features samples of over 170 craft beers, are $35 at the gate.After last weekend's near washout, area pools and water parks, including Six Flags White Water in Marietta and the Chattahoochee Rapids Beach and WaterPark at Lake Lanier Islands, should see big crowds.The rain-free weekend - the first this month - will also bring out the road pavers.Mark McKinnon, spokesman for the state Department of Transportation, warned motorists to expect heavy weekend delays along I-20 in DeKalb and Rockdale counties as crews continue a resurfacing project between Ga.

138 in Conyers and Turner Hill Road in south DeKalb.Two westbound lanes will be closed from 9 p.m.

Friday through 5 a.m.

Monday as crews repave the six-mile stretch of interstate."The weather has not cooperated with us the last few weekends, but I think we will make some good progress this weekend," said DOT district construction engineer Mickey McGee.The weekend forecast for metro Atlanta calls for sunny skies on Saturday, with highs in the mid-80s.Saturday night will be mostly clear, with lows in the upper 50s.Mostly sunny skies are forecast for Sunday, with highs reaching the upper 80s.—————-MORE ON WEEKEND FUN• Your weekend's best bets• Try these parks for a picnic• Lake Lanier back in the swim of things

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