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  • Georgia Humanities Lecture Series

    We just had our first of three lectures sponsored by Georgia Humanities. Common Good Atlanta hostees, Bill Taft and Dr. Sarah Higinbotham, accompanied by program alumni Tariq Baiyina and Robert…

  • The Patch Works – Unplugged: The Hills and The Holler plus Michael Bradley (Antic Clay)

    On Saturday, September 15th, The Patch Works is proud to present its next, monthly “Unplugged” event. This time, we are honored to have two, brilliant, musical acts: 2:00pm-3:00pm Michael Bradley (aka…

  • Coffee Talk with The Patch Works!

    Hey Everybody! Before you head off to Dragoncon or up to the lake for Labor Day Weekend, c’mon by Home Grown and grab a bite to eat… While you are…

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    The Patch Works – Unplugged: Evan Stepp and Paul Shaw

    August 25th, from 2:00pm to 7:00pm: The Patch Works – Unplugged! For the first performance of the day, please welcome Evan Stepp to the “stage” for a tremendous solo performance.…

  • Appalachian Food with Dr. Julia Skinner

    What kinds of food did early Cabbagetown residents eat? Join The Patch Works Art & History Center and food historian Dr. Julia Skinner of Root to learn about Appalachian food…

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