The mission of The Patch Works Art & History Center is to preserve, sustain, and maintain the historical identity, relevance, and integrity of Atlanta’s Cabbagetown—a resurging, 19th-century milltown community impacted by major urban development—through exhibits of history and local art, and community-based public programs and events.
Goodbye 2019! The Patch Works would like to wish each and every one of you a Happy New Year! We are truly grateful to be your community museum and continue to be of service to our wonderful Cabbagetown. None of our achievements would have been possible without you and your unwavering support. You are our …
Cabbagetown Chronicles Volume 1 A unique music CD, funded by the Georgia Music Foundation and released in November 2019, that showcases the rich and varied history of Cabbagetown music. The brainchild of local musician Slim Chance (aka James Kelly), the CD features the music of Cabbagetown residents, past and present: Fiddlin’ John Carson Tommy Roe …
The Patch Works will be closed to the public from Monday, October 21st through Sunday, October 27th, as we set up for our “Haunted Mill House” Halloween Event. The “Haunted Mill House” will run the evenings of Friday, the 25th and Saturday, the 26th. This is a ticketed event. Please refer to our calendar for …
HOURS & EVENTS
Sunday, Monday & Thursday: Closed
General Admission to the Center is FREE
Look at Our Events Calendar for Special Announcements!
Open to the Public 1:00 pm
PRIVATE EVENT: Stacks Open Board Meeting 7:00 pm
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