10:00 AM EDT
11:45 PM EDT
About Our Auction
All funds raised will benefit the Heritage Sandy Springs Farmers Market and Historic Resources Program
About Heritage Sandy Springs
Two decades before the city of Sandy Springs was even formed, the spot where five underground springs come together in a sandy basin was threatened by commercial development. Citizens of Sandy Springs rallied and the “Save Our Springs” movement was born. The grassroots effort resulted in the nonprofit organization we know today as Heritage Sandy Springs.
Today, the mission of Heritage Sandy Springs has expanded beyond saving the original spring site to promoting history, stewarding a community park, and enhancing the cultural identity of Sandy Springs. Heritage Sandy Springs achieves its mission through the presentation of meaningful educational and heritage programs and special cultural events to residents of Sandy Springs and the surrounding communities. Heritage Sandy Springs continues to maintain the four-acre park site around the original “sandy springs”, now known as Heritage Green, offering an oasis of green space in an otherwise modern urban setting. Through its many free and affordable community programs, Heritage Sandy Springs and Heritage Green serve as a thriving community gathering place.
Live Event Information
PROHIBITION IN THE PARK
SATURDAY, JULY 29, 7:00 P.M. TO 11:00 P.M.
Enjoy an elegant evening in the garden at Heritage Green, featuring heavy hors d’oeuvres and complimentary libations, plus a silent auction to benefit the Heritage Sandy Springs Farmers Market and Historic Resources Program! Tickets include five tastings of specialty craft cocktails, sponsored by The Savvy Cellars and JR Revelry, which will be infused with ingredients from the Farmers Market. Hors d’oeuvres will be prepared by Brooklyn Cafe, Savor Bar and Kitchen, Slope’s BBQ, CalyRoad Creamery, and Cloud Catering.
Guests can experience the feel of the Prohibition-era in the cigar lounge, sponsored by Sandy Springs Cigars, while enjoying jazz music. Heritage Sandy Springs will present the history of moonshine and speakeasies from Sandy Springs to the metro-Atlanta area, and throughout the state of Georgia. Four cocktail bars and a speakeasy will feature the unique histories of five liquors. Mary O. Boyle and Ron Smith discuss their historical book Prohibition in Atlanta with interested guests. This book has generously been donated to the event’s silent auction, as well as a one-of-a-kind Frabel glass sculpture.
You won’t want to miss this roaring (20’s) good time! Cocktail attire requested; themed outfits encouraged.
Tickets are $50 for HSS Members and $75 for non-members. Tickets include complimentary heavy hors d’oeuvres as well as 5 cocktail tastings. Tickets may be purchased online at http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=jc9nbubab&oeidk=a07edsnorhdeebf9c21.
Use promo code GROUP to save $20/person and get 5 tickets at $150!