Friday, June 15, 2007


  • 5 pm-Midnight: Break out your best flip-flops and Hawaiian shirt and celebrate the beginning of summer at the annual Decatur Beach Party. Enjoy 60 tons of sand and dance to the sounds of the live band on the Ponce de Leon mainstage, 404.371.8386
  • 7 pm: Wordsmiths, Decatur's very own independent bookstore opens today. In conjunction with Georgia Center for the Book, Wordsmiths Grand Opening celebration features NYT bestselling author David L. Robbins. Wordsmiths Books will be the FIRST place in town you can pick up the paperback of Robbins' thrilling instant classic The Assassins Gallery, which comes with a sneak peack at its' sequel The Betrayal Game. Drinks, food and lots of literary delights with proceeds benefiting the GCFB, 404.378.7166
  • 8 pm: Eddie's Attic presents Judith Owen, Troy Bieser and Esther Sparks, 404.377.4976
  • 8 pm: 1906/2006/2106, an original dance/theatre performance piece examining mulitiple forms of oppression and transcendence at Emory's Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts, 404.727.5050

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