From left BOWS ArtSS Bash curator Ellen Kierr Stein holding a piece by Maureen Engle event chair Terry Tomasello and curator Lauren Bernazza stand among Aston Martins at Motorcars of Georgia.
ShowStoppers 2014 Winners High School From Left 3rd Rachel Hamilton and Shannon Keegan 1st Gina DeLise 2nd Beau Harmon
ShowStoppers 2014 Winners Middle School From Left 2nd Ella Collier 1st Mary Caroline Owens 3rd Payten Williams
ShowStoppers 2014 Winners Elementary From Left 3rd Bailey Driver 1st Brenna McConnell 2nd Parker Hollosi
From left Anna Bradley BASH Committee Bernadine Richard ArtSS Founder Brenda Toan ArtSS Member
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Thursday, July 17th
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Sandy Springs residents will have a new community gathering spot as the Abernathy Greenway Park officially opens on Thursday, July 17, 2014 with a public celebration at 10:00 a.m. The new park, located on Abernathy Road between Wright and Brandon Mill Roads, includes a plaza, patio, gardens, lighted trails, playgrounds and the Playable Art Park designed to delight visitors of all ages and provide recreation options that will appeal to either the casual stroller or an active toddler!
WHAT:Mayor Rusty Paul along with other local dignitaries will cut the ribbon and dedicate the City of Sandy Springs newest park.
WHEN:Thursday, July 17, 2014 at 10 a.m.
WHERE: Abernathy Greenway Park on Abernathy Road between Wright and Brandon Mill Roads.
GETTING THERE: Those in the surrounding neighborhoods are encouraged to walk to the Park. For those traveling via car, complimentary parking will be available at the Sandy Springs City Green located at Johnson Ferry Road and Sandy Springs Circle with complimentary shuttle service from 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:Please visit www.sandyspringsga.gov, or call the Citizen Response Center at 770-730-5600.
Primarily funded by a generous donation from Northside Hospital and facilitated in a joint venture with the Sandy Springs Conservancy, ArtSS through its ArtSS in the Openprogram has presented the City of Sandy Springs with a gift of six sculptures designed to inspire imagination and foster children's play and interaction. These sculptures will be placed along the Abernathy Greenway Linear Park between Brandon Mill and Roswell Road.