If you visited The Urban Picnic on Friday, April 30, then you’ve been to the Sweet Auburn Curb Market. Or perhaps you’ve been there to shop the amazing Farmers Market booths or bakeries. Either way, if you know the Sweet Auburn Curb Market, you know just how unique it is.
If you haven’t been there, then tomorrow might be the best day to make your inaugural visit. Saturday, May 8, 2010, from 12:00 to 5:00 PM is Heritage Day at Sweet Auburn Curb Market. The market’s resident vendors invite you to a heritage celebration of the market’s past, present, and future as a vibrant gathering place in a diverse city! Established in 1923, Sweet Auburn’s Curb market featured prepared food vendors, bakeries, farmers markets – all from a variety of cultural heritages. Other fun activities for this special day include enjoying live entertainment, playing board games, trying your hand at sidewalk chalk art, relaxing with a book courtesy of Bargain Books are Us, or just enjoying the diverse sights, smells and sounds of this historic market – Atlanta’s most interesting place to shop, eat, relax and play for over 80 years!
Whether you’ve never experienced the Sweet Auburn Curb Market or you’re a regular visitor, make plans to stop by on Saturday, May 8, 2010. You’ll be glad you joined in the celebration!
WHERE: Sweet Auburn Curb Market – 209 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30303