Todays the Day!
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Come out and join us for an evening of inspiration and enlightenment as several of Atlanta’s most uplifting music, dance and spoken word artists come together in music, dance, word and song in support of Threshing Floor Academy.The concert will take place on Sunday, June 28, 2009 from 4pm-7pm at Paschal’s Restaurant located at 180-B Northside Drive, Atlanta, GA 30313. Funds raised from donations and ticket sales will go towards a building fund that will be used to purchase a building for the program to operate out of. Concert attendees can order food at an additional cost from Paschal’s legendary menu during the event. A silent auction featuring several luxurious items and services donated by local businesses will also take place during the event. Tickets are available at $15 for adults and $10 for children and can be purchased online on the “event” page of www.threshingflooracademy.org or by contacting Staria Quarshie at 770.702.3871. Receipt of purchase will be provided.
***TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE***
$15 Adults, $10 children (12 and under)
**********LIVE PAINTING BY CORY WHITEHEAD ********
& MELANIE STEVENS
*Emceed by Min. DoQuoi T. Green
**Performace by Soul Vocalist Kyshona Armstrong
**Live Jazz by Eric Thomas of Elevate the Quest
***Music Performance by violinist Bryant Samples
******Spoken Word Performance by Def Jam Poet Jon Goode
********Performance by Lisa Chauntel
*****Performance by the Greg Hammontree Jazz Quartet
*******and many more!
Silent Auction Items…
*4 hrs of recording studio time compliments of The Outfit Studio
**Nanny Service compliments of Nanny Poppinz of Atlanta-Buckhead, Sandy Springs and Vinings Georgia
***Private 3 Course Dinner for Two prepared in the comfort of your home by Chef Kerel Fryer of Aroma Personal Chef Service, LLC
****Carriage ride for 2 compliments of Capital City Carriage
***** Photo Shoot compliments of Funky Urban Chick Photography
******$50 Gift Certificate for dinner or lunch at Paschal’s at Castleberry Hill
*****Artwork by some of Atlanta’s most talented Artists
******and much more!
Intown South West communities ban together, fight and reclaim their neighborhoods! Security Camera’s, the hot topic and weapon of choice, are working in conjunction with faithful “granny in the window” techniques to help deter crime and police catch a thief. While some remain skeptical of the new technology being introduced, others welcome with open arms. All agree something must be done to deter criminal activity which is usually higher around the holiday season.
One thing is clear- crime is not taken lightly in these neighborhoods. Neighborhood walks, Private security, foot patrol and reports on specific activity is in effect. We are watching YOU- watching us.
Criminals beware, Granny is watching, and for what granny can not see… “Smile, you’re on candid camera!”
*Special thanks to Chen of Beecher-Donnelly Community Association for his assistance, time and tutorial in helping West End go high tech!!
All West End, Westview, Beecher-Donnelly, Booker T Washington and Asheview Heights residents interested in participating please contact me or comment for further details on how to get involved and your system. Your inquiry will be sent to appropriate public safety officer, association chairs. Additional tutorials and presentations will be arranged.
that title reminds me of Brooklyn…in my last home (my NY home) we had a “Parlour” . This room, in many brownstones would have the baby grand piano… I didn’t have the piano but I had/have many Miles, Etta, Ella, Billie and Coltrane records.. that’s right- records!! (ok, ok…I do have some on CD also-lol)
…Which reminds me, I’m looking to purchase a piano- a baby grand. I was advisedto keep CraigsList and Freecycle.org on watch- but I’ve only seen uprights offered. Please keep an eye out for me….maybe I can barter for one, I have kids that can do yard work, ages 7 & 4..-nothing wrong with a little child labor for musical enjoyment, right? 😉
This Sunday- there will be Dinner and “Jazz in the Parlour” ( wonder if Khe-Khe’s will provide the food- I’m SO there if they will… have you had their sweet potatoes? man… mmmmm)
Featuring Juedienne Gordon “Juju” & Friends
Performing a Tribute to Angela Bofill, the Jazz Classics, and Original music
Sunday, April 27th 8pm – 11pm
$15 Advance — $20.00 @ Door
[includes Dinner & glass of wine]
1756 Westwood Avenue, S.W. Atl. 30310
Seating is limited call for reservations: 404-552-8423 or email firstname.lastname@example.org