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Photos: Elite Sports Cars Backdrop of Arts Sandy Springs Gala

The festive Bows ArtSS Bash was held in the midst of midst of Lamborghinis and Aston Martins.

 

Arts Sandy Springs kicked off its 30-day celebration of art, music, theater and food with a party at Motorcars of Georgia. The festive Bows ArtSS Bash was held in midst of Lamborghinis and Aston Martins with food, wine, artwork and a silent auction. 

Art Sandy Springs is a non-profit is dedicated to the varied arts in Sandy Springs.

Here’s a snapshot of upcoming Sandy Springs events. Click here for a full schedule.

  • Joe Gransden and his 16-piece big band at . 8:30 and 10 p.m. April 16 and May 7. [And remember you never know who you will see at Cafe 290. Last month stopped in to see Gransden's show.]
  • Show Stoppers presented by showcases young performers in a talent show. 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. shows. $10-$25 at Church of the Redeemer. For information visit www.act3productions.org
  • Franklin Pond Chamber Music features four members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Jun-Ching Lin on the violin, Carolyn Hancock on the violin, Paul Murphy on the viola and Daniel Laufer on the cello. 7:30-8:30 p.m., April 22. Free. For information call 404-252-3479, or e-mail fpcm@franklinpond.org
  • Art in the Park. Children can make flowers from recycled soda cans, paint banners, decorate rain barrels and more at Morgan Falls Overlook Park. 1-4 p.m., April 22. Hosted by Sandy Springs Beautiful, Sandy Springs Conservancy and Leadership Sandy Springs. For ages 5-12. Free.  Reservations required.  E-mail info@knfb.org
  • Theatre To Go presents "Schemers." Two one act comedies featuring guys misbehaving.  Mischief brews in the first play as the fellows get together for their mahjong game. In the other, a golfer is found dead on the golf course of a prestigious country club. 7:30-8:30 p.m., April 24. Free, but contributions requested Northwest Unitarian Universalist Church.  For information call 404-256-3310, or e-mail sondra@atlantatheatretogo.com
  • "Steel Magnolias" at Act 3 Productions. The acclaimed story is centered on women in a small Louisiana town. April 27-May 6. Visit www.act3productions.org for showtimes. $10-$18.
  • . Artists from the Atlanta Jewish community will be featured exhibiting and selling multi-media paintings, pottery, jewelry, fabric art, upscale crafts and Judaic. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., April 29. Free. B'nai Torah Synagogue. For information call 404-257-0537, or visit www.bnaitorah.org
  • Ellen Kierr Stein art exhibit and reception with mixed media and contemporary paintings by the artist. 7-8:30 p.m., May 4 at .

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