WonderRoot, a non-profit community arts organization located in Atlanta’s Reynoldstown neighborhood, plans to celebrate the center’s two-year anniversary on Saturday, May 29th. Featuring live musical performances, an alley cat bike race, film screenings, an “I Love Atlanta” themed art show and a Sunday brunch, the festivities will begin early in the afternoon and last through the night.
WonderRoot officially opened its doors two years ago and seeks to unite artists and community to inspire positive social change. In just two years, thousands of artists and youth have passed through the Community Arts Center, participating in a variety of service projects, outreach programs and artistic endeavors. A recipient of numerous awards and accolades, WonderRoot has been named “Atlanta’s Best Advocate for the Arts” by Creative Loafing both years it has been open.
Who: Artists, art enthusiasts, Atlanta residents, members of the press
What: WonderRoot Community Arts Center 2-Year Anniversary Party
When: Saturday, May 29th 2010
· 12:00 PM – Vegan Brunch
· 6:00 PM – Alley Cat Bike Race
· 8:00 PM—“I Love Atlanta” Gallery Opening
· 8:00 PM—Live musical performances by The Back Pockets, Untied States, Buffalo Bangers and House Cat
Where: WonderRoot Community Arts Center, 982 Memorial Dr. Atlanta, GA 30316
Cost: $5 donation
Why: To express appreciation to all the volunteers, artists, members and supporters who have contributed to WonderRoot’s tremendous success