Oakland Cemetery’s Young Historians Homeschool Tour

On January 31st, The Patch Works will be conducting a walking tour of Cabbagetown for homeschool kids ranging between the ages of 7 and 13. Oakland Cemetery’s Education Manager, Marcy Breffle, is organizing the event, which will offer Cabbagetown-themed, interactive projects that help the students learn local art and history.

For more information, email Marcy Breffle, or visit the Young Historians Homeschool Program website.

Cabbagetown Neighborhood Volunteer Fair

The Cabbagetown Neighborhood Improvement Association (CNIA) needs your help to keep Cabbagetown running! Find out about a variety of volunteer opportunities and talk to existing board members about life as a CNIA leader, as a CI board member, or as a Patch Works volunteer.

This event will function similar to a “speed-dating” social style meetup. Potential volunteers will get time to chat with current volunteers and board members in a casual environment.

For more information, please visit: www.cabbagetown.com/get-involved/cnia 

We can’t wait to see you there!

WHERE:
Mouth Of The South
186 Carroll St. SE
Atlanta, Georgia 30312

Bottomless Brunch Benefiting The Patch Works at Guac Y Margys

Mhmm, yep, you read that event title correctly. On January 27th, from 12:30 to 2:30pmGuac Y Margys is serving up ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST TACOS + ALL YOU CAN DRINK MIMOSAS AND BLOODY MARIAS for just $30.

Check out the Facebook Event!

And $5 of that goes directly to The Patch Works — just a mile away from GyM — dedicated to preserving the unique history of Atlanta’s Cabbagetown.

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For those hungry/thirsty ones on a budget, now’s your chance to try their amazing breakfast tacos and bloody maria bar. Or fill up on some Vitamin C with several mimosas  

See y’all soon!

ADDRESS:
661 Auburn Ave #120
Atlanta, GA 30312

The Patch Works – Unplugged: Chickens and Pigs & Slow Parade

On January 19th, it was another great “Unplugged” music event at The Patch Works!

Slow Parade is Atlanta based psych-folk collective headed up by tune smith Matthew Pendrick. After nearly a decade spent soaking up the city’s rich blues and roots music scene, Slow Parade was formed out of the need for a new extension…”

BAND MEMBERS:
Matthew Pendrick – Guitar Vocals
Andrea DeMarcus – Bass Vocals
Paul Stevens – Drums Keys Vocals

As for Chickens and Pigs, The Patch Works had the pleasure of hearing Jeff Evans play a short, impromptu set a couple months ago, and begged him to come back again!!! This guy’s legendary…

Chicken and Pigs for this gig was Jeff Evans, nobly accompanied by Mark Johnson from Delta Moon!