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Driving Miss Daisy
Sep 16 – 28

Sep 2014
This timeless story follows the unlikely 25 year…

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Sep 16 – 21

Sep 2014
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    The Explore Gwinnett Calendar of Events is THE place to find out what there is to do in Gwinnett. Whether you are looking for a great family festival, free and inexpensive things to do, arts and theatre performances or the latest great concert at the Arena.....this is the place to find it. From free movies, concerts and festivals in Gwinnett's downtowns to the G-Braves, and Gwinnett Gladiators schedules to holiday happenings - you won't find more Gwinnett County events anywhere else. 

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    Tuesday Sep 16, 2014

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    Gwinnett County Fair

    One of Georgia's largest fairs with rides, games, fun houses, pageants, fair food and live entertainment.

    Hiroshima International Exhibition of Japanese Calligraphy and Paintings

    • September 16 – 26, 2014
    • Location: The Hudgens Center for the Arts
    • Address: 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Bldg 300, Duluth, GA 30097
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    • Categories: Arts & Culture

    Hiroshima International Exhibition of Japanese Calligraphy and Paintings is a collection of works from 15 organizations, thirteen from Hiroshima, and two from other prefectures. This exhibition brings to life Japan's rich painting brush culture and an increased understanding and appreciation between Japanese and Americans along the way. Hiroshima, which produces 80 percent of total Japanese brush production, is not only a place unique brushes are made, but is also a place that sends a message of... Visit Website

    Beyond Words: Calligraphic Work by the Atlanta Friends of the Alphabet

    • September 16 – 27, 2014
    • Location: The Hudgens Center for the Arts
    • Address: 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Bldg 300, Duluth, GA 30097
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    • Categories: Arts & Culture

    Beyond Words: Calligraphic Work by the Atlanta Friends of the Alphabet is a playful collection of calligraphy and paintings from local artists. Also on Display: Select works from the permanent collection Hiroshima International Exhibition of Japanese Calligraphy and Paintings This is a collection of works from 15 organizations, thirteen from Hiroshima, and two from other prefectures. This exhibition brings to life Japan's rich painting brush culture and an increased understanding and appreciatio... Visit Website

    Driving Miss Daisy

    This timeless story follows the unlikely 25 year friendship of Miss Daisy, a Jewish widow and her African-American chauffer Hoke. Full of wit and charm, this 1988 Pulitzer Prize-winner-takes the audience on an unforgettable journey.

    Lilburn City Market on Main

    • September 16 – 30, 2014
    • Location: Camp Creek Greenway Parking Lot
    • Address: 76 Main Street, Lilburn, GA 30047
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    The City Market goes back to the traditional roots of farmers markets, as a place where you can buy fruits and vegetables from the people who grow them.

    Natural Expressions

    A juried art show, held at the Tannery Row Artists Colony, a visual arts center housing over 17 artists with galleries and studios. 

    SculpTour

    Public Art Encounter. Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit. Cool & cutting edge, Suwanee's SculpTour exhibit encompasses 14 pieces, as well as 8 additional permanent exhibits. This walkable outdoor exhibit of original sculptures is centered around Suwanee's Town Green, a great place for lunch, a drink, or just spending the day at the park.

    Wednesday Sep 17, 2014

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    The Stories of Oakland Art Trip

    Oakland is a museum of Atlanta's history with more than 70,000 stories to tell. Discover the art and architecture, the history, and the period gardens that give Oakland its distinctive character as you take a walking tour of the grounds.  

    Justin Phillips

    Line dancing starts in the main room at 7pm with FREE line dancing lessons, $3 Yuengling and $4 Fireball shots!

    Probe College Fair

    College representatives will be on site presenting information on their institutions.

    Gwinnett County Fair

    One of Georgia's largest fairs with rides, games, fun houses, pageants, fair food and live entertainment.

    Auburn Farmers Market

    Come purchase local home grown vegetables and fruits every Wednesday throughout June, July, August, and September.

    Hiroshima International Exhibition of Japanese Calligraphy and Paintings

    • September 17 – 26, 2014
    • Location: The Hudgens Center for the Arts
    • Address: 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Bldg 300, Duluth, GA 30097
    • Visit Website
    • Categories: Arts & Culture

    Hiroshima International Exhibition of Japanese Calligraphy and Paintings is a collection of works from 15 organizations, thirteen from Hiroshima, and two from other prefectures. This exhibition brings to life Japan's rich painting brush culture and an increased understanding and appreciation between Japanese and Americans along the way. Hiroshima, which produces 80 percent of total Japanese brush production, is not only a place unique brushes are made, but is also a place that sends a message of... Visit Website

    Beyond Words: Calligraphic Work by the Atlanta Friends of the Alphabet

    • September 17 – 27, 2014
    • Location: The Hudgens Center for the Arts
    • Address: 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Bldg 300, Duluth, GA 30097
    • Visit Website
    • Categories: Arts & Culture

    Beyond Words: Calligraphic Work by the Atlanta Friends of the Alphabet is a playful collection of calligraphy and paintings from local artists. Also on Display: Select works from the permanent collection Hiroshima International Exhibition of Japanese Calligraphy and Paintings This is a collection of works from 15 organizations, thirteen from Hiroshima, and two from other prefectures. This exhibition brings to life Japan's rich painting brush culture and an increased understanding and appreciatio... Visit Website

    Driving Miss Daisy

    This timeless story follows the unlikely 25 year friendship of Miss Daisy, a Jewish widow and her African-American chauffer Hoke. Full of wit and charm, this 1988 Pulitzer Prize-winner-takes the audience on an unforgettable journey.

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