Saturday & Sunday, August 17 & 18
PIEDMONT PARK ARTS FESTIVAL
EVENTS HAPPENING FOR SMALL CHANGE IN ATLANTA
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Thursdays, August 8, 15, 22
Friday, August 16
TOWN Brookhaven Facebook.com/TownBrookhaven
The Green at City Springs Free; CitySprings.com/events
MOVIES ON THE TOWN
CITY GREEN LIVE
Come on out for the Movies on the Town series at Town Brookhaven. Arrive early, grab dinner from one of the area restaurants and eat on the green space. ursday evening specials are also being oﬀered by several retailers. Areas have been designated for blankets and chairs. No pets, outside food/drinks or coolers. Movies begin at dusk. See Mamma Mia! (8/8); Mama Mia! Here We Go Again (8/15) and Mary Poppins Returns (8/22).
City Green Live is a series of free concerts on the Green at City Springs. Friday, August 16 features Sam Burchﬁeld & e Scoundrels/e Trongone Band, a little Southern Soul meets a little Southern Rock 'n Roll. Pack an blanket and picnic under the stars. Only alcoholic beverages sold on site are allowed. Tables available for purchase. Festivities begin at 6:30 p.m., bands begin playing at 7:30 p.m
Sunday, August 11
TASTE OF JOHNS CREEK
CONCERTS BY THE SPRINGS Heritage Sandy Springs Free; HeritageSandySprings.org
See Atlanta Brass Cats for a free outdoor concert 7:00 - 8:30 pm Sunday, August 11. e outdoor concert series is oﬀered one Sunday each month at the Heritage Green through September. A limited number of tables available for purchase. Coolers welcome and beverages are sold. Suggested donation of $5 per person, beneﬁts the Heritage Sandy Springs Museum & Park.
Free Attendance; Piedmont Park PiedmontParkaArtsFestival.com
e Piedmont Park Arts Festival is a two day outdoor event focusing on the visual arts. Featuring up to 250 painters, photographers, sculptors, leather and metalwork, glass blowers, jewelers and crafters. e Festival will also oﬀer artist demonstrations, live acoustic music, a Street Market, children's play area plus festival foods.
Saturday & Sunday August 24 & 25
SUMMER SHADE FESTIVAL Grant Park Free; SummerShadeFestival.org
Produced by and beneﬁting the Grant Park Conservancy, the two-day, fun-ﬁlled festival features an impressive lineup of live music throughout the weekend in addition to an expansive artist market, Kids
Zone, 5K run, and much more. Held in Atlanta’s oldest park, the festival is free to attend and oﬀers a diverse selection of local food trucks and vendors with cocktails, a beer garden featuring acoustic music, family-friendly games and more.
Saturday, Aug 31 - Monday, Sept 2
MARIETTA ART IN THE PARK Marietta Square Free; ArtparkMarietta.com
Marietta Art in the Park gives individuals and families the chance to have all kinds of outdoor fun during Labor Day weekend. Featuring works from 175 ﬁne artists, a children’s area, entertainment, food trucks and more. Oﬀered with free admission, 45,000 visitors attend Art in the Park in historic Marietta Square each year. Take a self-guided Marietta Square Art Gallery Tour. e Chalk Spot street art display for children beneﬁts the Marietta High School Visual Arts.
Saturday, August 17
Free Admission; Chattahoochee High TasteofJohnsCreek.fun Taste of Johns Creek returns for all you foodies out there. Sample more than 25 local restaurants on the campus of Chattahoochee High School. ere will be an Art Walk with shopping abound, live music, local entertainment, kid’s activities and taste some of the best food the Johns Creek-area has to oﬀer at this exciting event for the whole family. Admission is free; food tastings range between $1- $4.
SUMMER SHADE FESTIVAL Grant Park • FREE Sat. Aug. 24 & Sun. Aug. 25 SummerShadeFestival.com
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