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First Friday November: Live Music, Artist Reception and Pizza Pop-Up

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Big Bon Pizza Pop-Up

6-9pm

Infusing classic Italian flavors with a Korean flair, BigBon handcrafts delicious pizzas from a wood fire oven on wheels. “Let’s get back to slow food, fast friendship, and long-lasting community, one warm slice at a time.” The truck will be in the Foxy parking lot adjacent to the courtyard.


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Live Music by Blake Rainey from Atlanta, GA

7-10pm

Rainey displays an uncanny knack for turning otherwise painful stories into songs that are, by turns, thought-provoking and amusing. A native Georgian, he grew up with country music staples such as Johnny Cash, George Jones, and Waylon Jennings.

http://southernlovers.com

https://soundcloud.com/blake-rainey/sets/blake-rainey-and-his-demons-helicopter-rose-southern-lovers-recording-co-2016/s-JIqlq

http://nodepression.com/album-review/losing-my-way-video-premier


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Print Gallery: Scribble Art Studio's It's a Small World

Artist Reception 6-9pm

This years annual art show by Scribble Art students ages 4 - 16 re-imagines the magic ofIt’s a Small World. Students were introduced to the artist who created It’s a Small World, Mary Blair. They learned about Mary Blair’s life, her innovative color theory concepts and her creative work at Disney. 

Inspired by the countries represented in It’s a Small World, students selected a country meaningful to them; either somewhere they have visited, a country their family is from, or a place they would like to visit someday. Over the course of several weeks, students created their own colorful whimsical mini-vignettes and paintings that are wonderfully inspired by Mary Blair’s original It’s a Small World.

It’s easy to look at our differences rather than our similarities. It’s easy to feel separated, rather than connected. Sometimes all it takes is the artwork of a child to remind us, we are all indeed the same.