3 Neighborhood Meals
There’s a seat waiting for you.
What do you love about the Old Fourth Ward?
What do you wish people knew about our neighborhood?
What would you like to change?
Out of Hand hosts 3 Neighborhood Meals.
Strengthen our community.
Promote positive social change.
Come hungry, curious, and ready to play.
March 11 Dinner at 5pm
March 17 Lunch at 12pm
March 25 Dinner at 5pm
MLK, Jr Recreation and Aquatic Center
110 Hilliard St SE
Atlanta, GA 30312
Catered by local restaurants!
April 14th, 2018
2 – 4pm
@ The Atlanta Dogwood Festival
The Dogwood Fairy needs YOU to save the summer! Help the Dogwood Fairy find her missing magical incantation to bring the summer season, flowers, and festivities. Along the way you will meet both friend and foe, including a troll, gardener, fortune teller, elf, librarian, and bard. But you will have to hurry! You only have two hours to solve the puzzles and find the incantation before the season is lost. Gather your team and see if you have what it takes!
THEATER CLASSES for GRADES 3-5 & 6-8
with Alliance Theatre Teachers Andrea Washington and Ebony Tucker
Explore the arts of acting, storytelling and playwriting, and create an original performance together for friends and family! In collaboration with All Saints’ Refugee Ministries.
March 7 – May 2 (No class April 4)
All Saints Episcopal Church
634 W Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30308
Final Presentation May 2 at 5:15pm!
Maximum of 12 students per class
Tuition: $150 for 8 classes
Registration deadline: February 28
Group Intelligence for Schools
Students model molecular self-assembly, how life begins, on a human scale, following audioprompts. A collaboration with the NSF/NASA Center for Chemical Evolution.
Girls Lead at the Bremen Museum
A theater making workshop for girls using Ban Bossy’s Leadership Tips for Girls and exploring the leadership skills of creativity, collaboration, communication and confidence.
Theater Making for Kids
Inman Middle School and Centennial Academy Charter School
The Arts in Mental Fitness After School Program’s S.T.E.A.M. curriculum, provided free for the children of Bedford Pines and the largest downtown homeless shelters.
DOGS OF RWANDA
written by Sean Christopher Lewis
directed by Ariel Fristoe
performed by Adam Fristoe
Sept 15 – Nov 18
in living rooms and other intimate spaces
In 1994, a teenager on a mission trip stumbles into the genocide in Rwanda. 20 years later, a letter arrives from the boy he tried to save.
A dinner party story for the ages.
Dogs of Rwanda is produced as part of a National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere. Other partnering theaters are Phoenix Theatre (Indianapolis, IN), Interact Theatre Company (Philadelphia, PA) and 16th Street Theater (Berwyn, IL). For more information please visit www.nnpn.org