ATLANTA HISTORY CENTER HOSTS ANNUAL FOLKLIFE FESTIVAL

Savor authentic Southern culture, traditions and food on Sept. 23 at the Atlanta History Center’s Fall Folklife Festival. The historic Smith Family Farm, a rustic 1840s farmhouse that moved to the center from its original spot on North Druid Hills Road, serves as the perfect setting for a day filled with hands-on arts and crafts, cooking demos and folk music. Interact with dozens of local artisans who will display their skills, from basket weaving and blacksmithing to woodworking and candle dipping. Taste the creations of African- American culinary expert Michael Twitty, and listen to Georgia musicians while sipping local brews.

FALL FOLKLIFE FESTIVAL

Sept. 23; 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Adults $21.50, youth $9
Atlanta History Center
130 West Paces Ferry Road N.W.
Atlanta 30305
atlantahistorycenter.com