There is finally an event where inspiration comes to life and it’s happening this weekend at the Cobb Galleria Center! Join fellow crafters on Friday and Saturday for the 4th annual Georgia Pinners Conference. With more than 100 hands-on classes and hundreds of darling shopping booths, you're’re going to have a blast!
Special offer for Atlanta Moms: Use the promo code MOM for FREE general admission tickets. Redeem at this link.
Hundreds of small businesses are being given the opportunity to do business face-to-face for the first time since the economic impacts of COVID-19. The event combines more than 100 hands-on DIY classes with 200 local exhibitors, offering attendees the experience of learning new skills, shopping the latest trends and creating finished projects.
What: More than 200 vendors and over 100 classes taught by experts in home décor, jewelry-making, food arts, self-improvement, party planning, sewing, beauty, fashion, scrapbooking, photography and much more.
When: April 16, 2021 from 10 am to 8 pm
April 17, 2021 from 9 am to 7 pm
Where: Cobb Galleria Centre. 2 Galleria Pky., Atlanta, GA 30339
Cost: FREE (normally $10). All classes are priced separately and some require the purchase of a material kits. Use the promo code MOM for FREE general admission tickets. Redeem FREE tickets at this link.
Attending the conference & expo, you can choose from over a hundred hands-on classes taught by some of the top DIY presenters in the country. Topics include home décor, jewelry-making, food arts, health, fitness, party planning, sewing, beauty and fashion, scrapbooking, photography, arts and crafts and much more.
As well as the classes, a retail showcase featuring over 200 DIY vendors will take place alongside the presentations, so you can learn the “how to” in a presentation, and then purchase materials to complete the project.
All attendees are asked to wear masks. Conference spaces will be sanitized regularly and sanitation stations will be available. Aisles have been widened and seating for demonstrations and classes is spread out.