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


Big Bon Pizza Pop-Up


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.


Live Music by Blake Rainey from Atlanta, GA


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.

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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.