Celebrating the Center's Barbecue Nation exhibition, this years Fall Folklife focuses on barbecue traditions of Native Americans, African Americans and European Americans. Explore Southern foodways traditions with chef demonstrations and discussions in an open-hearth kitchen. Hands-on demonstrations explore Southern crafts such as corn husk dolls, blacksmithing, pottery, food preservation, and candle dipping.
COST: Adult $21.50, Senior/Student $18, Youth $9
WHEN: Saturday 22nd of September, 2018
WHERE: Atlanta History Center, 130 West Paces Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta
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Starting on Saturday 29th September at DeSana Middle School, this class gives boys and girls ages 3-5 years in North Atlanta the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of each game through various drills and training elements, specifically designed for young players.
The Southeastern Railway Museum will open its doors free of charge on Saturday September 22, as part of Smithsonian Magazines annual Museum Day, an initiative in which participating museums across the United States emulate the spirit of the Smithsonian Institutions Washington DC-based facilities, wh