Susan Knight Smith, Sally Storey Jones, Coe Steinwart, Laura Smith…four great artists come together to celebrate the “Early Days” in the memorable line-up of work displayed May 10-June 24. The exhibit will reflect the agelessness of a world around us, as artists explore times past and quaint moments that help us to take a step back, worthy of pause.
Come pause with us at the gallery to view the timeless exhibit and celebrate the opening reception on Thursday, May 13, 5-7 pm. The evening will be hosted by Douglasville’s own “Farmer’s Table” who will serve up an old fashioned favorite – ice cream and cobbler.
The Douglasville Police Department is working in conjunction with the Atlanta Community Food Bank to distribute food to households in need. This “free food drive thru” is on a first come, first serve basis while the food lasts. It is our goal to make this fast and easy. The line will be directed through the back of the police department. As vehicles enter for the distribution, they will line up and meet with a volunteer who will be asking reference households and then the vehicle will continue through the line where the food will be placed into the vehicle. The food will be placed either in the trunk or backseat, no need for anyone to exit the vehicle.
Please make all inquiries reference this event prior to June 15.
Cast your line and see what you can catch at Hunter Park’s Lake during our annual Fishing Derby. Awards given for most weighted fish in each age group. Age groups 0-4, 5-8, 9-12, 13-17, and adults 18+. Don’t forget to bring your own bait, tackle, and fishing rods. Raffle for various prizes throughout the event.
Location: Hunter Memorial Park
Date: June 19, 2021
Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm