Georgia Trust Fall Ramble
Not long ago I started volunteering at the Georgia Trust which is located in the historic Rhodes Hall. Now located in one of the busiest areas of Atlanta, Rhodes Hall was built originally on 114 acres in 1904. Currently I am working on a design plan for the new Bridal Dressing Room in Rhodes Hall that is rented out for events and weddings. (As Terry of Architecture Tourist told me, they also have weddings every 15 minutes on Valentines Day.)
But my biggest news is that in September the Georgia Trust is hosting the Fall Ramble. I am told that there has not be a Ramble in Atlanta since the seventies and maybe not in it's current incarnation (it seems that they have been held just about everywhere else). So this is the time to learn about the historic buildings in the Atlanta area with daily events September 10, 11, & 12. Tours are scheduled in Midtown, Inman Park, Grant Park, and Sweet Auburn among other dining and smoozing (ie cocktails) opportunities. To learn more visit www.georgiatrust.org.
You can bet that you will see the Architecture Tourist there, camera in hand.