Prohibition in the Park

Come out for a Roaring (20’s) good time at Prohibiton in the Park, an elegant evening of complimentary libations, hors d’oeuvres, and a silent auction – all for a great cause!

When

July 29th, 2017
7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Where

Heritage Sandy Springs
6110 Blue Stone Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30328

Benefiting the Heritage Sandy Springs Farmers Market and Historic Resources Program, Prohibiton in the Park offers an elegant Prohibiton-era experience. From the cigars to local fare, guests will experience the history of moonshine and speakeasies from all over Georgia.

Cocktail attire is requested, and themed outfits are encouraged!

Event Highlights

Four cocktail bars and one speakeasy featuring the unique histories of five liquors

Book discussion from Mary O. Boyle and Ron Smith on Prohibiton in Atlanta

Specialty craft cocktails infused with fresh Farmers Market ingredients

Cigar Lounge, sponsored by Sandy Springs Cigars

Small bites from Brooklyn Cafe, Savor Bar and Kitchen, Slope’s BBQ, CalyRoad Creamery, and Cloud Catering

Silent Auction featuring gift cards, spa experiences, cooking classes, exclusive dinners, and more

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.

More information on Prohibition in the Park at Heritage Sandy Springs.

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