Celebrate all things Southern at the Atlanta History Center’s Fall Folklife Festival. Smith Family Farm provides the ideal backdrop for exploring our Southern foodways traditions with chef demonstrations and discussions in our open-hearth kitchens. Hands-on demonstrations explore Southern crafts, such as basket weaving, woodworking, pottery, food preservation, and candle dipping. Sip local brews while listening to the sounds of Georgia folk musicians, visiting with regional folk artists, and exploring signature exhibitions and the fall foliage in our Goizueta Gardens.
This program is free to members; included in the cost of general admission for nonmembers.
Creative Loafing’s Iconic Best of Atlanta Celebration is coming to Terminal West! This year the party will feature ATL Collective performing songs inspired by the city of ATL, live music from some of Atlanta’s rising stars in the music scene, a post party dance party, an art installation, food trucks, King of Pops, and more.
See World War II era aircraft, meet veterans, watch reenactments, and buy a ride at Atlanta Warbird Weekend at DeKalb Peachtree Airport.
The Tuskegee Airmen, the first cadet graduates to earn their wings 75 years ago at Tuskegee, becoming the first black U. S. Army Air Corps pilots, have a rich history that begins in WWII but reaches far beyond those confines. In conjunction with the celebration of the accomplishments of the Tuskegee Airmen, the weekend will also place a focus on the accomplishments of all African-American pilots from WWII to the present.
The Commemorative Air Force Dixie Wing will assemble at Dekalb-Peachtree Airportall the type of airplanes flown by the Tuskegee Airmen. Along with other famous aircraft such as a FG-1D Corsair, SBD-5 Dauntless dive bomber, T-6 Texan, C-46, Stearman bi-planes, Douglas DC-3 and after four years a B-17 Flying Fortress will offer rides and cockpit tours.
Meet WWII Veterans and noted authors, attend a WWII 8th Air Force Fighter Mission Briefing, enjoy 1940’s Hollywood entertainers, visit with WWII reenactors, participate in a photography workshop and attend a dinner symposium with the original Tuskegee Airmen at the 57th Fighter Group restaurant on Saturday evening.