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SOLD OUT—–Rescheduled for April 18, 2021
Nobody has more zest for life than Al Brannon, co-owner of The Marketplace. And his parties are legendary! You won’t want to miss this pork palooza of chops and bratwurst that will spill from his well-appointed Westwood Avenue home into his swaying pines backyard. Of course, the bar is always open at Al’s!
SOLD OUT——Rescheduled for April 18, 2021
Escape back to the days when dining was an elegant experience. Renowned host Michael Anderson’s exquisite table settings and inspired meals make for a delightfully intimate brunch. His apartment is located in a circa 1852 Greek Revival house. The use of ornate Corinthian capitals was most unusual in this area during the antebellum era. In the 1960s, Frank Traylor, Sr. and his brother Ed of Traylor Construction renovated the house and added the circular staircase.
SOLD OUT—–Rescheduled for May 8, 2021 5-8pm
The antebellum estate of the late Betty Mattox has been lovingly restored by owners Gene and Oliver Carballo, who consider it an honor to be the caretakers of this historic home and garden. This beautiful example of Greek Revival architecture was built in 1849 by William Glenn Arnold on a plantation in neighboring Coweta County. The house features six Doric columns and window panes of hand-blown glass. Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick Ware Mattox purchased the house in 1966 and moved it to its present site. Tour the house and then enjoy cocktails and appetizers in the garden. Shuttles from Hollis Hand Elementary School.
SOLD OUT——Rescheduled for May 15, 2021
Indulge in Italy’s sweet life at the home of Lisa and Charles Hudson. The Hudsons, along with Dr. George and Nanci Lechacz, will host a seated dinner with live music and Italian wine pairings by Chase Hudson, sommelier and co-owner of C’Sons and Mare Sol and owner of Beacon Brewing Company.
SOLD-OUT——-Rescheduled for May 22, 2021
Escape to the French countryside at the sensational home of museum board member Ken Worthington and Gerry McGee. Ken’s vibrant personality, his gourmet talents, a brilliant art collection, and a garden to envy make for an evening you’ll long remember.