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Meet the Author: Avan Jogia 6:00 pm
Meet the Author: Avan Jogia @ Posman Books
Oct 2 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Meet the Author: Avan Jogia @ Posman Books
From actor Avan Jogia comes a raw and moving collection of poetry, stories, and art about living as a mixed-race person in a world increasingly fixated on racial identity. In Mixed Feelings, Avan Jogia explores his complicated emotions around race, identity,...
Movies on the Roof: Killer Klowns 8:00 pm
Movies on the Roof: Killer Klowns @ The Roof
Oct 2 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Movies on the Roof: Killer Klowns @ The Roof
 
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JJ’s Flower Hour 7:00 pm
JJ’s Flower Hour @ JJ's Flower Shop
Oct 3 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
JJ's Flower Hour @ JJ's Flower Shop
Gather together and build beautiful floral arrangements from JJ’s new shop inside of Ponce City Market. JJ’s provides the flowers, a vase, all supplies, and instruction. Grab a cocktail or growler at your favorite PCM...
Movies on the Roof: Scream 8:00 pm
Movies on the Roof: Scream @ The Roof
Oct 3 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Movies on the Roof: Scream @ The Roof
 
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Slow Fashion Symposium 9:00 am
Slow Fashion Symposium
Oct 4 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Slow Fashion Symposium
What is Slow Fashion? It can mean many things, but the tenets of it include: Buying vintage, mending & modifying clothes to extend their life. Being conscious of waste in our wardrobes. Buying quality items...
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Slow Fashion Symposium 9:00 am
Slow Fashion Symposium
Oct 5 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Slow Fashion Symposium
What is Slow Fashion? It can mean many things, but the tenets of it include: Buying vintage, mending & modifying clothes to extend their life. Being conscious of waste in our wardrobes. Buying quality items...
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Slow Fashion Symposium 9:00 am
Slow Fashion Symposium
Oct 6 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Slow Fashion Symposium
What is Slow Fashion? It can mean many things, but the tenets of it include: Buying vintage, mending & modifying clothes to extend their life. Being conscious of waste in our wardrobes. Buying quality items...
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JJ’s Flower Hour 7:00 pm
JJ’s Flower Hour @ JJ's Flower Shop
Oct 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
JJ's Flower Hour @ JJ's Flower Shop
Gather together and build beautiful floral arrangements from JJ’s new shop inside of Ponce City Market. JJ’s provides the flowers, a vase, all supplies, and instruction. Grab a cocktail or growler at your favorite PCM...
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Meet the Author: Christine Ristaino 11:00 am
Meet the Author: Christine Ristaino @ Posman Books
Oct 12 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Meet the Author: Christine Ristaino @ Posman Books
In September 2007, Christine Ristaino was attacked in a store parking lot while her three- and five-year-old children watched. In All the Silent Spaces, Ristaino shares what it felt like to be an ordinary person confronted...
Meet the Author: Sucheta Rawal 2:00 pm
Meet the Author: Sucheta Rawal
Oct 12 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Meet the Author: Sucheta Rawal
Meet Atlanta author, Sucheta Rawal, as she signs copies of her newest Beato book, Beato Goes To Brazil! Sucheta will also bring copies of ALL the Beato books and will sign them, too.In Brazil, Beato...
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Movies on the Roof: Casper 8:00 pm
Movies on the Roof: Casper @ The Roof
Oct 14 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Movies on the Roof: Casper @ The Roof
Catch your favorite flick from new heights at Movies on the Roof! We’re playing classics and new favorites every Monday – Thursday*, so grab something from concessions and settle in. All guests with 9 Mile...
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Handful of Stars Release Party 6:30 pm
Handful of Stars Release Party @ Modern Mystic Shop
Oct 15 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Handful of Stars Release Party @ Modern Mystic Shop
Be the first to get your palms on a copy of this highly anticipated new guidebook and kit! Preorder + VIP Book Signing Social is a unique chance to snag your copy of Handful of Stars: A Palmistry Guidebook and...
Movies on the Roof 8:00 pm
Movies on the Roof @ The Roof
Oct 15 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Movies on the Roof @ The Roof
Catch your favorite flick from new heights at Movies on the Roof! We’re playing classics and new favorites every Monday – Thursday*, so grab something from concessions and settle in. All guests with 9 Mile...
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3 Wines & 3 Cheeses 6:30 pm
3 Wines & 3 Cheeses @ Bellina Alimentari
Oct 16 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
3 Wines & 3 Cheeses @ Bellina Alimentari
Experience Italy’s finest natural wines paired with artisanal cheeses. Bellina Alimentari’s expertly guided tasting explores the many flavor combinations of wines paired alongside local cheeses. Enjoy a fun, interactive and delicious learning occasion.
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Cooking Demo at Anthropologie 6:00 pm
Cooking Demo at Anthropologie @ Anthropologie
Oct 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Cooking Demo at Anthropologie @ Anthropologie
Don’t miss this exclusive cooking demo as Executive Chef Nicalos Bour from The Farmhouse at Serenbe showcases what’s on the menu this season. Enjoy exclusive access to the October AnthroDay promotion during the event. Meet...
JJ’s Flower Hour 7:00 pm
JJ’s Flower Hour @ JJ's Flower Shop
Oct 17 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
JJ's Flower Hour @ JJ's Flower Shop
Gather together and build beautiful floral arrangements from JJ’s new shop inside of Ponce City Market. JJ’s provides the flowers, a vase, all supplies, and instruction. Grab a cocktail or growler at your favorite PCM...
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Junior Chef Pumpkin Carving 9:30 am
Junior Chef Pumpkin Carving @ Williams Sonoma
Oct 19 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am
Junior Chef Pumpkin Carving @ Williams Sonoma
There’s more to carving a pumpkin than simply making a friendly or forbidden face. With the help of a stencil, you can create haunted houses, ghosts, graveyards, and more. Join us at Williams Sonoma Ponce...
Plant(care) 101 Workshop 11:00 am
Plant(care) 101 Workshop @ Citizen Supply
Oct 19 @ 11:00 am – 1:30 pm
Plant(care) 101 Workshop @ Citizen Supply
Share a drink and an experience like no other with our friends from The Victorian Atlanta. You’ll walk away with some of the most helpful plant care tips you could hope for – from potting...
Meet the Author: Erskine Hawkins Jr. 1:00 pm
Meet the Author: Erskine Hawkins Jr. @ Posman Books
Oct 19 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Meet the Author: Erskine Hawkins Jr. @ Posman Books
Meet author, Erskine Hawkins Jr on October 19th at Posman Books Ponce City market from 1 pm – 3 pm and get your book signed! Stepchild is the saga of the Gibsons, Adrienne and Josh,...
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Meet the Author: Jan Alexander 2:00 pm
Meet the Author: Jan Alexander @ Posman Books
Oct 20 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Meet the Author: Jan Alexander @ Posman Books
Meet, Jan Alexander, author of Ms. Ming’s Guide to Civilization on Sunday, October 20th at Posman Books. Ming, born in a bleak outpost of Sichuan province, finds an unexpected glimpse of the world beyond when...
Halloween Drag Queen Story Hour 3:00 pm
Halloween Drag Queen Story Hour @ Posman Books
Oct 20 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Halloween Drag Queen Story Hour @ Posman Books
Join us as we spotlight a Halloween Story Hour and Drag Queen Brent Star at Posman Books on Sunday, October 20th from 3 pm – 4 pm. Our hostess this month, Brent Star, is a...
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Bellina Alimentari Pizza Party 6:30 pm
Bellina Alimentari Pizza Party @ Bellina Alimentari
Oct 24 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Bellina Alimentari Pizza Party @ Bellina Alimentari
A fun and interactive Bellina Alimentari class on making authentic Italian-style pizza like a pro!  Learn how to make the recipe from scratch and find those Italian roots you knew you always had! Afterwards, enjoy your...
JJ’s Flower Hour 7:00 pm
JJ’s Flower Hour @ JJ's Flower Shop
Oct 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
JJ's Flower Hour @ JJ's Flower Shop
Gather together and build beautiful floral arrangements from JJ’s new shop inside of Ponce City Market. JJ’s provides the flowers, a vase, all supplies, and instruction. Grab a cocktail or growler at your favorite PCM...
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Placita Friday 7:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Oct 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Placita is back!!! PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to...
Placita Friday 7:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Oct 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Placita is back!!! PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to...
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Junior Chef Pumpkin Carving 9:30 am
Junior Chef Pumpkin Carving @ Williams Sonoma
Oct 26 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am
Junior Chef Pumpkin Carving @ Williams Sonoma
There’s more to carving a pumpkin than simply making a friendly or forbidden face. With the help of a stencil, you can create haunted houses, ghosts, graveyards, and more. Join us at Williams Sonoma Ponce...
Meet the Author: Richard Gnann 1:00 pm
Meet the Author: Richard Gnann @ Posman Books
Oct 26 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Meet the Author: Richard Gnann @ Posman Books
Dreaming of the Redcoat Band is the true story of one child’s dream to march in Sanford Bulldog Stadium with the University of Georgia Redcoat Band. Dreaming of the Redcoat Band inspires children to follow...
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Hannah Hart: My Drunk Kitchen Holidays 6:30 pm
Hannah Hart: My Drunk Kitchen Holidays @ Williams Sonoma
Oct 28 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Hannah Hart: My Drunk Kitchen Holidays @ Williams Sonoma
Join us as we welcome Food Network Star and New York Times Best Selling Author, Hannah Hart, for a book-launch event celebrating her new book, My Drunk Kitchen Holidays! My Drunk Kitchen Holidays! is Hannah’s biggest...
Movies on the Roof: Carrie 8:00 pm
Movies on the Roof: Carrie @ The Roof
Oct 28 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Movies on the Roof: Carrie @ The Roof
Catch your favorite flick from new heights at Movies on the Roof! We’re playing classics and new favorites every Monday – Thursday*, so grab something from concessions and settle in. All guests with 9 Mile...
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JJ’s Flower Hour 7:00 pm
JJ’s Flower Hour @ JJ's Flower Shop
Oct 31 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
JJ's Flower Hour @ JJ's Flower Shop
Gather together and build beautiful floral arrangements from JJ’s new shop inside of Ponce City Market. JJ’s provides the flowers, a vase, all supplies, and instruction. Grab a cocktail or growler at your favorite PCM...
Movies on the Roof: Nightmare on Elm Street 8:00 pm
Movies on the Roof: Nightmare on Elm Street @ The Roof
Oct 31 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Movies on the Roof: Nightmare on Elm Street @ The Roof
Catch your favorite flick from new heights at Movies on the Roof! We’re playing classics and new favorites every Monday – Thursday*, so grab something from concessions and settle in. All guests with 9 Mile...

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October 17 | 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Board Games & Brew

Rhen's Nest

Unplug with Rhen’s Nest every 3rd Thursday of the month for game night at Ponce City Market. Bring the whole family or come solo, we’ll have a library of games for you to choose from or bring your own. The Tap on Ponce will provide discounted brew and guests that purchase any of our games will receive a discount.
Stop by, say hi, and PLAY!

Jan
22
Tue
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch

In this class you will learn the basics of sewing while sewing a reusable snack bag. This will include a short overview of the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, and straight stitching. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a super cute and functional snack bag. Its simple design is equally simple to make.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, and how to sew in a straight line.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind.

Materials needed: Two fabric pieces 1/2 yard for each piece (1 interior / 1 exterior). “Fat quarter” size is great! Suitable fabrics are quilting cotton.

Materials provided: Snack bag sewing pattern, a sewing machine, sewing thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, an iron and ironing board.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 3 / Max 6

Jan
23
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Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co

We will host a small group of ultra-beginners* here at the bakery to learn how to bake at home with sourdough starter. We will cover how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape, and bake your own loaf, and how to best utilize your home oven to produce crusty delicious results. We are limiting class size due to our small space, and to maximize hands-on bench-time with our lovely bakers!

You will take home:

  • A fresh loaf of sourdough that you’ve made!
  • A bit of active starter to keep you baking at home
  • Freshly milled whole wheat flour to feed your starter
  • Information packet including helpful tips and notes from the class
  • Replicable formula for homemade country sourdough bread*This class is intended for folks who have little to no experience with naturally leavened baking. We will cover all basics to build a confident foundation upon which you can explore later, more advanced classes that’ll be offered in forthcoming months! 
Jan
24
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Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly

Sketches & Kicks is a live, silent auction social event where local artists create visual expression by sharing a piece from their sole on sneakers.
The event creates a platform where:

  1. Artists have an opportunity to promote themselves and be (filled)
  2. Guests can enjoy an evening of musical and visual artistic performances (energy exchange)
  3. Most importantly, guests and artists alike can donate shoes (share love) to the victims of sex trafficking in the Atlanta community.

We request that you bring a pair or two of gently worn sneakers. The sneaker designs will be auctioned upon completion during the event with 50% of the proceeds going to a nonprofit of sex trafficking and 50% to the artists.

Jan
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Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch

In this advanced class students will make either the Closet Case patterns Ginger Jeans or Cashmerette Ames Jeans over the course 3 sessions on a fun-filled jeans-making weekend. For Men, we also offer Thread Theory Quadro Jeans. Class will be begin on Friday 5:30-8:30 PM and continue Saturday and Sunday 11-5 PM.  Gingers and Ames jeans have a skinny, flattering fit designed for stretch denim. Your instructor will be in touch after you sign up to offer fitting and pre-cutting advice.

Note: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, please cut your pattern out before class. No need to stop by the shop, we will mail it to you approximately two weeks before class!  We encourage you to contact us before class if you need help cutting out your fabric. 

Skills you will learn:

In this class students will learn fitting tips and tricks to get the fit right, learn various seam finishes, learn to sew with a denim needle and thread, learn tidy topstitching, pocket assembly and proper placement, learning to sew a zip or button fly front, how to sew a neat waistband, how to apply rivets and hem your jeans.

Skills expected: This is an advanced class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level-3 class.

Materials needed: Denim for your size (see yardage based on measurements on the back of your pattern), 200 yards of denim topstitching thread. We have Cone Mills stretch denim that is perfect for these jeans.

Materials provided: Ginger or Ames jeans sewing pattern, a zipper or buttons for button fly and rivets, a sewing machine, thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 2 / Max 6

Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge

Come join us in celebrating the launch of Likewise Bar and Lounge!
After we thought long and hard about what Citizen Supply needed we came the obvious conclusion … a bar.
Jason Jimenez [of Kitchen Six and Homespun] and Ben Richardson [of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse] have helped us bring this dream to a reality.
All we need now is you! Be the first to taste the menu and enjoy some great company.
It’s gonna be a party ya’ll.

  • Party : 7-11pm [Maybe later]
  • DJ Esmé:  live 8-11pm

Every purchase at Likewise gets you entered to win fun prizes! All are welcome.

Jan
27
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Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books

Alright, people, are you sick and tired of struggling financially? Do you want to turn your hopeless future into a hope-filled, prosperous financial future? Then you have found the right solution. There’s light at the end of the tunnel leading you to a better outlook, and that light is Financial Hope.

You’ve heard the gamut of get-rich-quick schemes, promising riches but delivering false hope and empty bank accounts. If you are ready to stop doing what you’ve always done and start doing something different, then keep reading!

It’s a step-by-step plan for totally transforming your money habits and behaviors.Financial Hope will give you the ability to:

  • Develop a simple plan to get control of your finances – show your money who’s the boss
  • Destroy debt that is killing your dreams – student loans, cars, and everything in between
  • Build a large savings for unexpected events and wealth accumulation

This book will inspire, educate, and empower you to handle money wisely. If you’re looking for hope in your life – financially, relationally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually – then look no further. Meet the author at Posman Books on January 27th!

Jan
29
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Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch

This fold-over, zippered clutch is a great intro to sewing project! In this class you will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. You’ll also learn how to cut and pin fabric, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching, sewing curves and corners, and inserting a zipper. We’ll provide the pattern to cut and specific instructions to guide you along the way to make a useful and beautiful clutch.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line, pivot at corners & how to insert a zipper.

Skills expected: None!

Materials needed: 1/2 yard of fabric each for the Main fabric & Lining. Recommended fabrics include quilting cotton, linen, canvas, chambray. We have several suitable fabrics available for purchase in our shop online & in person.

Materials provided: A sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape, an iron, interfacing, and your zipper.

Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch

In two sessions* of this 8-hour class, you’ll learn to make the hugely popular Making Backpack by Noodlehead featured in the “Color” Issue of Making Magazine. A perfect carryall for school, work or play. The zipper top and closure keep things secure. There is also an interior zip pocket and exterior slip pocket. Adjustable straps make it wearable in any season, also features additional top handles. The finished measurements are approximately 11 ½” wide x 15” tall x 5” deep (29 cm x 38 cm x 12 cm). This bag looks fantastic in canvas, twill and especially our unique oilskin from Merchant and Mills.
*Sessions span 1/29 & 1/31

Skills expected: This is an intermediate class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level 2 class.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in this class are inserting zippers neatly, sewing on webbing, sewing in lining and basic hand sewing.

NOTE: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, cut your pattern out before class. We encourage you to stop into the shop before class for help cutting out your fabric if needed. 

Materials needed:

  • 1 yard (1 m) Exterior Fabric
  • 1 yard (1 m) Lining Fabric
  • 3 ½ (3.2 m) yards straight-grain ½” (12 mm) wide double fold binding

Hardware kit provided:

  • two 1 1/2″-wide rectangle rings
  • two 1 1/2″-wide strap sliders
  • 2 1/2 yards 1 1/2″-wide cotton webbing (for straps, etc.)
  • 1 1/8 yards 1″-wide cotton webbing (for handles, etc.)
  • 22″ zipper for top closure (head-to-head YKK metal zipper)
  • 8″ zipper (YKK) for interior zip pocket
  • small leather rectangle for optional front patch
Feb
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Fri
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Feb 1 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan

Placita is back!!!

PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday’s (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later…everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE!

We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we’ll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We’ll see you this Friday! Wepa!!!

Feb
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Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch

Our essential shirt is a great beginner sewing class, introducing you to the world of garment sewing. In this 4-hour class you will learn to sew and make our Topstitch Essential Shirt pattern. You will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching and sewing along curves. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a the shirt. It is a boxy, kimono sleeved pullover. With no fitting challenges and no fiddly closures, it’s a perfect intro project. The pattern and sewing tools included at class. Fabric not included. Please bring 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric to class. It is best suited for fabrics such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen. NOTE: Fabric can shrink after washing so you may want a little more than 1.5 yds especially if your fabric has a width less than 50″. Ask a staff member if you’re unsure about your fabric shrinkage.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line and how to sew curves.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind!

Materials needed: 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen.

Materials provided: The Essential shirt sewing pattern, a sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

2019-10-17 17:30:00 2019-10-17 21:00:00 America/New_York Board Games & Brew Unplug with Rhen's Nest every 3rd Thursday of the month for game night at Ponce City Market. Bring the whole family or come solo, we'll have a library of games for you to choose from or bring your own. The Tap on Ponce will provide discounted brew and guests that purchase any of our games will receive a discount. Stop by, say hi, and PLAY! Rhen's Nest
Event details listed next to photo of floral workshop table

October 17 | 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

JJ’s Flower Hour

JJ's Flower Shop

Gather together and build beautiful floral arrangements from JJ’s new shop inside of Ponce City Market. JJ’s provides the flowers, a vase, all supplies, and instruction. Grab a cocktail or growler at your favorite PCM restaurant to sip on during the workshop! This is a weekly, intimate workshop capped at 5 people. If you have 5 pals, bring ’em with you and you’ve got a private workshop! If not, you’ll be paired with 4 of your new best friends.

Jan
22
Tue
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch

In this class you will learn the basics of sewing while sewing a reusable snack bag. This will include a short overview of the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, and straight stitching. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a super cute and functional snack bag. Its simple design is equally simple to make.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, and how to sew in a straight line.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind.

Materials needed: Two fabric pieces 1/2 yard for each piece (1 interior / 1 exterior). “Fat quarter” size is great! Suitable fabrics are quilting cotton.

Materials provided: Snack bag sewing pattern, a sewing machine, sewing thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, an iron and ironing board.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 3 / Max 6

Jan
23
Wed
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co

We will host a small group of ultra-beginners* here at the bakery to learn how to bake at home with sourdough starter. We will cover how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape, and bake your own loaf, and how to best utilize your home oven to produce crusty delicious results. We are limiting class size due to our small space, and to maximize hands-on bench-time with our lovely bakers!

You will take home:

  • A fresh loaf of sourdough that you’ve made!
  • A bit of active starter to keep you baking at home
  • Freshly milled whole wheat flour to feed your starter
  • Information packet including helpful tips and notes from the class
  • Replicable formula for homemade country sourdough bread*This class is intended for folks who have little to no experience with naturally leavened baking. We will cover all basics to build a confident foundation upon which you can explore later, more advanced classes that’ll be offered in forthcoming months! 
Jan
24
Thu
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly

Sketches & Kicks is a live, silent auction social event where local artists create visual expression by sharing a piece from their sole on sneakers.
The event creates a platform where:

  1. Artists have an opportunity to promote themselves and be (filled)
  2. Guests can enjoy an evening of musical and visual artistic performances (energy exchange)
  3. Most importantly, guests and artists alike can donate shoes (share love) to the victims of sex trafficking in the Atlanta community.

We request that you bring a pair or two of gently worn sneakers. The sneaker designs will be auctioned upon completion during the event with 50% of the proceeds going to a nonprofit of sex trafficking and 50% to the artists.

Jan
25
Fri
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch

In this advanced class students will make either the Closet Case patterns Ginger Jeans or Cashmerette Ames Jeans over the course 3 sessions on a fun-filled jeans-making weekend. For Men, we also offer Thread Theory Quadro Jeans. Class will be begin on Friday 5:30-8:30 PM and continue Saturday and Sunday 11-5 PM.  Gingers and Ames jeans have a skinny, flattering fit designed for stretch denim. Your instructor will be in touch after you sign up to offer fitting and pre-cutting advice.

Note: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, please cut your pattern out before class. No need to stop by the shop, we will mail it to you approximately two weeks before class!  We encourage you to contact us before class if you need help cutting out your fabric. 

Skills you will learn:

In this class students will learn fitting tips and tricks to get the fit right, learn various seam finishes, learn to sew with a denim needle and thread, learn tidy topstitching, pocket assembly and proper placement, learning to sew a zip or button fly front, how to sew a neat waistband, how to apply rivets and hem your jeans.

Skills expected: This is an advanced class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level-3 class.

Materials needed: Denim for your size (see yardage based on measurements on the back of your pattern), 200 yards of denim topstitching thread. We have Cone Mills stretch denim that is perfect for these jeans.

Materials provided: Ginger or Ames jeans sewing pattern, a zipper or buttons for button fly and rivets, a sewing machine, thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 2 / Max 6

Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge

Come join us in celebrating the launch of Likewise Bar and Lounge!
After we thought long and hard about what Citizen Supply needed we came the obvious conclusion … a bar.
Jason Jimenez [of Kitchen Six and Homespun] and Ben Richardson [of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse] have helped us bring this dream to a reality.
All we need now is you! Be the first to taste the menu and enjoy some great company.
It’s gonna be a party ya’ll.

  • Party : 7-11pm [Maybe later]
  • DJ Esmé:  live 8-11pm

Every purchase at Likewise gets you entered to win fun prizes! All are welcome.

Jan
27
Sun
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books

Alright, people, are you sick and tired of struggling financially? Do you want to turn your hopeless future into a hope-filled, prosperous financial future? Then you have found the right solution. There’s light at the end of the tunnel leading you to a better outlook, and that light is Financial Hope.

You’ve heard the gamut of get-rich-quick schemes, promising riches but delivering false hope and empty bank accounts. If you are ready to stop doing what you’ve always done and start doing something different, then keep reading!

It’s a step-by-step plan for totally transforming your money habits and behaviors.Financial Hope will give you the ability to:

  • Develop a simple plan to get control of your finances – show your money who’s the boss
  • Destroy debt that is killing your dreams – student loans, cars, and everything in between
  • Build a large savings for unexpected events and wealth accumulation

This book will inspire, educate, and empower you to handle money wisely. If you’re looking for hope in your life – financially, relationally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually – then look no further. Meet the author at Posman Books on January 27th!

Jan
29
Tue
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch

This fold-over, zippered clutch is a great intro to sewing project! In this class you will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. You’ll also learn how to cut and pin fabric, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching, sewing curves and corners, and inserting a zipper. We’ll provide the pattern to cut and specific instructions to guide you along the way to make a useful and beautiful clutch.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line, pivot at corners & how to insert a zipper.

Skills expected: None!

Materials needed: 1/2 yard of fabric each for the Main fabric & Lining. Recommended fabrics include quilting cotton, linen, canvas, chambray. We have several suitable fabrics available for purchase in our shop online & in person.

Materials provided: A sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape, an iron, interfacing, and your zipper.

Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch

In two sessions* of this 8-hour class, you’ll learn to make the hugely popular Making Backpack by Noodlehead featured in the “Color” Issue of Making Magazine. A perfect carryall for school, work or play. The zipper top and closure keep things secure. There is also an interior zip pocket and exterior slip pocket. Adjustable straps make it wearable in any season, also features additional top handles. The finished measurements are approximately 11 ½” wide x 15” tall x 5” deep (29 cm x 38 cm x 12 cm). This bag looks fantastic in canvas, twill and especially our unique oilskin from Merchant and Mills.
*Sessions span 1/29 & 1/31

Skills expected: This is an intermediate class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level 2 class.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in this class are inserting zippers neatly, sewing on webbing, sewing in lining and basic hand sewing.

NOTE: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, cut your pattern out before class. We encourage you to stop into the shop before class for help cutting out your fabric if needed. 

Materials needed:

  • 1 yard (1 m) Exterior Fabric
  • 1 yard (1 m) Lining Fabric
  • 3 ½ (3.2 m) yards straight-grain ½” (12 mm) wide double fold binding

Hardware kit provided:

  • two 1 1/2″-wide rectangle rings
  • two 1 1/2″-wide strap sliders
  • 2 1/2 yards 1 1/2″-wide cotton webbing (for straps, etc.)
  • 1 1/8 yards 1″-wide cotton webbing (for handles, etc.)
  • 22″ zipper for top closure (head-to-head YKK metal zipper)
  • 8″ zipper (YKK) for interior zip pocket
  • small leather rectangle for optional front patch
Feb
1
Fri
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Feb 1 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan

Placita is back!!!

PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday’s (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later…everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE!

We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we’ll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We’ll see you this Friday! Wepa!!!

Feb
2
Sat
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch

Our essential shirt is a great beginner sewing class, introducing you to the world of garment sewing. In this 4-hour class you will learn to sew and make our Topstitch Essential Shirt pattern. You will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching and sewing along curves. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a the shirt. It is a boxy, kimono sleeved pullover. With no fitting challenges and no fiddly closures, it’s a perfect intro project. The pattern and sewing tools included at class. Fabric not included. Please bring 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric to class. It is best suited for fabrics such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen. NOTE: Fabric can shrink after washing so you may want a little more than 1.5 yds especially if your fabric has a width less than 50″. Ask a staff member if you’re unsure about your fabric shrinkage.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line and how to sew curves.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind!

Materials needed: 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen.

Materials provided: The Essential shirt sewing pattern, a sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

2019-10-17 19:00:00 2019-10-17 20:30:00 America/New_York JJ’s Flower Hour Gather together and build beautiful floral arrangements from JJ's new shop inside of Ponce City Market. JJ's provides the flowers, a vase, all supplies, and instruction. Grab a cocktail or growler at your favorite PCM restaurant to sip on during the workshop! This is a weekly, intimate workshop capped at 5 people. If you have 5 pals, bring 'em with you and you've got a private workshop! If not, you'll be paired with 4 of your new best friends. JJ's Flower Shop
Book cover of latest release by featured author.

October 19 | 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Meet the Author: Erskine Hawkins Jr.

Posman Books

Meet author, Erskine Hawkins Jr on October 19th at Posman Books Ponce City market from 1 pm – 3 pm and get your book signed!

Stepchild is the saga of the Gibsons, Adrienne and Josh, a fictional contemplation of love and race in America in the post-civil rights movement era. Set in Atlanta, Georgia, during the 1980s, it chronicles the love affair of Josh, a dispirited soul haunted by tragedy, and Adrienne, the love of his life. Determined to provide a solution rather than a conversation about America’s most enduring problem-race-Adrienne is pursuing her doctorate in sociology when she arrives at Morehouse College and meets the man she will come to call my Josh. They fall in love amongst the ruins of the crack epidemic beginning to rage through America and struggle with Josh’s battle to overcome an addiction to the devil’s dandruff. Loss seems to be the theme of their life together, but they never cease to believe in the power of love-the same belief Adrienne bequeaths her community in her dissertation, a document dedicated to the power and consequence of choice.

Jan
22
Tue
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch

In this class you will learn the basics of sewing while sewing a reusable snack bag. This will include a short overview of the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, and straight stitching. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a super cute and functional snack bag. Its simple design is equally simple to make.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, and how to sew in a straight line.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind.

Materials needed: Two fabric pieces 1/2 yard for each piece (1 interior / 1 exterior). “Fat quarter” size is great! Suitable fabrics are quilting cotton.

Materials provided: Snack bag sewing pattern, a sewing machine, sewing thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, an iron and ironing board.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 3 / Max 6

Jan
23
Wed
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co

We will host a small group of ultra-beginners* here at the bakery to learn how to bake at home with sourdough starter. We will cover how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape, and bake your own loaf, and how to best utilize your home oven to produce crusty delicious results. We are limiting class size due to our small space, and to maximize hands-on bench-time with our lovely bakers!

You will take home:

  • A fresh loaf of sourdough that you’ve made!
  • A bit of active starter to keep you baking at home
  • Freshly milled whole wheat flour to feed your starter
  • Information packet including helpful tips and notes from the class
  • Replicable formula for homemade country sourdough bread*This class is intended for folks who have little to no experience with naturally leavened baking. We will cover all basics to build a confident foundation upon which you can explore later, more advanced classes that’ll be offered in forthcoming months! 
Jan
24
Thu
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly

Sketches & Kicks is a live, silent auction social event where local artists create visual expression by sharing a piece from their sole on sneakers.
The event creates a platform where:

  1. Artists have an opportunity to promote themselves and be (filled)
  2. Guests can enjoy an evening of musical and visual artistic performances (energy exchange)
  3. Most importantly, guests and artists alike can donate shoes (share love) to the victims of sex trafficking in the Atlanta community.

We request that you bring a pair or two of gently worn sneakers. The sneaker designs will be auctioned upon completion during the event with 50% of the proceeds going to a nonprofit of sex trafficking and 50% to the artists.

Jan
25
Fri
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch

In this advanced class students will make either the Closet Case patterns Ginger Jeans or Cashmerette Ames Jeans over the course 3 sessions on a fun-filled jeans-making weekend. For Men, we also offer Thread Theory Quadro Jeans. Class will be begin on Friday 5:30-8:30 PM and continue Saturday and Sunday 11-5 PM.  Gingers and Ames jeans have a skinny, flattering fit designed for stretch denim. Your instructor will be in touch after you sign up to offer fitting and pre-cutting advice.

Note: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, please cut your pattern out before class. No need to stop by the shop, we will mail it to you approximately two weeks before class!  We encourage you to contact us before class if you need help cutting out your fabric. 

Skills you will learn:

In this class students will learn fitting tips and tricks to get the fit right, learn various seam finishes, learn to sew with a denim needle and thread, learn tidy topstitching, pocket assembly and proper placement, learning to sew a zip or button fly front, how to sew a neat waistband, how to apply rivets and hem your jeans.

Skills expected: This is an advanced class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level-3 class.

Materials needed: Denim for your size (see yardage based on measurements on the back of your pattern), 200 yards of denim topstitching thread. We have Cone Mills stretch denim that is perfect for these jeans.

Materials provided: Ginger or Ames jeans sewing pattern, a zipper or buttons for button fly and rivets, a sewing machine, thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 2 / Max 6

Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge

Come join us in celebrating the launch of Likewise Bar and Lounge!
After we thought long and hard about what Citizen Supply needed we came the obvious conclusion … a bar.
Jason Jimenez [of Kitchen Six and Homespun] and Ben Richardson [of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse] have helped us bring this dream to a reality.
All we need now is you! Be the first to taste the menu and enjoy some great company.
It’s gonna be a party ya’ll.

  • Party : 7-11pm [Maybe later]
  • DJ Esmé:  live 8-11pm

Every purchase at Likewise gets you entered to win fun prizes! All are welcome.

Jan
27
Sun
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books

Alright, people, are you sick and tired of struggling financially? Do you want to turn your hopeless future into a hope-filled, prosperous financial future? Then you have found the right solution. There’s light at the end of the tunnel leading you to a better outlook, and that light is Financial Hope.

You’ve heard the gamut of get-rich-quick schemes, promising riches but delivering false hope and empty bank accounts. If you are ready to stop doing what you’ve always done and start doing something different, then keep reading!

It’s a step-by-step plan for totally transforming your money habits and behaviors.Financial Hope will give you the ability to:

  • Develop a simple plan to get control of your finances – show your money who’s the boss
  • Destroy debt that is killing your dreams – student loans, cars, and everything in between
  • Build a large savings for unexpected events and wealth accumulation

This book will inspire, educate, and empower you to handle money wisely. If you’re looking for hope in your life – financially, relationally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually – then look no further. Meet the author at Posman Books on January 27th!

Jan
29
Tue
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch

This fold-over, zippered clutch is a great intro to sewing project! In this class you will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. You’ll also learn how to cut and pin fabric, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching, sewing curves and corners, and inserting a zipper. We’ll provide the pattern to cut and specific instructions to guide you along the way to make a useful and beautiful clutch.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line, pivot at corners & how to insert a zipper.

Skills expected: None!

Materials needed: 1/2 yard of fabric each for the Main fabric & Lining. Recommended fabrics include quilting cotton, linen, canvas, chambray. We have several suitable fabrics available for purchase in our shop online & in person.

Materials provided: A sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape, an iron, interfacing, and your zipper.

Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch

In two sessions* of this 8-hour class, you’ll learn to make the hugely popular Making Backpack by Noodlehead featured in the “Color” Issue of Making Magazine. A perfect carryall for school, work or play. The zipper top and closure keep things secure. There is also an interior zip pocket and exterior slip pocket. Adjustable straps make it wearable in any season, also features additional top handles. The finished measurements are approximately 11 ½” wide x 15” tall x 5” deep (29 cm x 38 cm x 12 cm). This bag looks fantastic in canvas, twill and especially our unique oilskin from Merchant and Mills.
*Sessions span 1/29 & 1/31

Skills expected: This is an intermediate class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level 2 class.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in this class are inserting zippers neatly, sewing on webbing, sewing in lining and basic hand sewing.

NOTE: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, cut your pattern out before class. We encourage you to stop into the shop before class for help cutting out your fabric if needed. 

Materials needed:

  • 1 yard (1 m) Exterior Fabric
  • 1 yard (1 m) Lining Fabric
  • 3 ½ (3.2 m) yards straight-grain ½” (12 mm) wide double fold binding

Hardware kit provided:

  • two 1 1/2″-wide rectangle rings
  • two 1 1/2″-wide strap sliders
  • 2 1/2 yards 1 1/2″-wide cotton webbing (for straps, etc.)
  • 1 1/8 yards 1″-wide cotton webbing (for handles, etc.)
  • 22″ zipper for top closure (head-to-head YKK metal zipper)
  • 8″ zipper (YKK) for interior zip pocket
  • small leather rectangle for optional front patch
Feb
1
Fri
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Feb 1 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan

Placita is back!!!

PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday’s (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later…everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE!

We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we’ll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We’ll see you this Friday! Wepa!!!

Feb
2
Sat
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch

Our essential shirt is a great beginner sewing class, introducing you to the world of garment sewing. In this 4-hour class you will learn to sew and make our Topstitch Essential Shirt pattern. You will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching and sewing along curves. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a the shirt. It is a boxy, kimono sleeved pullover. With no fitting challenges and no fiddly closures, it’s a perfect intro project. The pattern and sewing tools included at class. Fabric not included. Please bring 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric to class. It is best suited for fabrics such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen. NOTE: Fabric can shrink after washing so you may want a little more than 1.5 yds especially if your fabric has a width less than 50″. Ask a staff member if you’re unsure about your fabric shrinkage.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line and how to sew curves.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind!

Materials needed: 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen.

Materials provided: The Essential shirt sewing pattern, a sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

2019-10-19 13:00:00 2019-10-19 15:00:00 America/New_York Meet the Author: Erskine Hawkins Jr. Meet author, Erskine Hawkins Jr on October 19th at Posman Books Ponce City market from 1 pm - 3 pm and get your book signed! Stepchild is the saga of the Gibsons, Adrienne and Josh, a fictional contemplation of love and race in America in the post-civil rights movement era. Set in Atlanta, Georgia, during the 1980s, it chronicles the love affair of Josh, a dispirited soul haunted by tragedy, and Adrienne, the love of his life. Determined to provide a solution rather than a conversation about America's most enduring problem-race-Adrienne is pursuing her doctorate in sociology when she arrives at Morehouse College and meets the man she will come to call my Josh. They fall in love amongst the ruins of the crack epidemic beginning to rage through America and struggle with Josh's battle to overcome an addiction to the devil's dandruff. Loss seems to be the theme of their life together, but they never cease to believe in the power of love-the same belief Adrienne bequeaths her community in her dissertation, a document dedicated to the power and consequence of choice. Posman Books
Illustration of book cover for featured novel.

October 20 | 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Meet the Author: Jan Alexander

Posman Books

Meet, Jan Alexander, author of Ms. Ming’s Guide to Civilization on Sunday, October 20th at Posman Books.

Ming, born in a bleak outpost of Sichuan province, finds an unexpected glimpse of the world beyond when she when she meets a talking monkey with golden eyes and supernatural abilities—the immortal Monkey King, with whom Ming’s destiny is inextricably intertwined. Determined to become a writer, Ming finds her way to New York, but she becomes employed by a by a crime ring to make ends meet and returns to China on the lam. Hope arrives in the form of her American friend Zoe. Together, they travel to the village of Ming’s birth, where the clouds writhe like phantoms and the rain never stops, and where Ming and Zoe join forces with a certain down-and-out immortal who has an ambitious plan to save the world from capitalism run amok.

When a nation of tycoons and financiers suddenly and inexplicably decide that the key to happiness lies in sharing one’s wealth and pursuing a contemplative life, nobody suspects the newly formed tech company run by Ming, Zoe, and William Sun.

Hyper-capitalist China rapidly becomes a paradise for artists, thinkers, and lovers—a rollicking playground where the air is clean and the strangest words you can hear are, “I can’t afford it!”But it’s a short-lived Xanadu once human nature begins to intervene. In Ms. Ming’s Guide to Civilization, as in life and politics, every action provokes an equal and opposite reaction.

Jan
22
Tue
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch

In this class you will learn the basics of sewing while sewing a reusable snack bag. This will include a short overview of the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, and straight stitching. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a super cute and functional snack bag. Its simple design is equally simple to make.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, and how to sew in a straight line.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind.

Materials needed: Two fabric pieces 1/2 yard for each piece (1 interior / 1 exterior). “Fat quarter” size is great! Suitable fabrics are quilting cotton.

Materials provided: Snack bag sewing pattern, a sewing machine, sewing thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, an iron and ironing board.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 3 / Max 6

Jan
23
Wed
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co

We will host a small group of ultra-beginners* here at the bakery to learn how to bake at home with sourdough starter. We will cover how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape, and bake your own loaf, and how to best utilize your home oven to produce crusty delicious results. We are limiting class size due to our small space, and to maximize hands-on bench-time with our lovely bakers!

You will take home:

  • A fresh loaf of sourdough that you’ve made!
  • A bit of active starter to keep you baking at home
  • Freshly milled whole wheat flour to feed your starter
  • Information packet including helpful tips and notes from the class
  • Replicable formula for homemade country sourdough bread*This class is intended for folks who have little to no experience with naturally leavened baking. We will cover all basics to build a confident foundation upon which you can explore later, more advanced classes that’ll be offered in forthcoming months! 
Jan
24
Thu
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly

Sketches & Kicks is a live, silent auction social event where local artists create visual expression by sharing a piece from their sole on sneakers.
The event creates a platform where:

  1. Artists have an opportunity to promote themselves and be (filled)
  2. Guests can enjoy an evening of musical and visual artistic performances (energy exchange)
  3. Most importantly, guests and artists alike can donate shoes (share love) to the victims of sex trafficking in the Atlanta community.

We request that you bring a pair or two of gently worn sneakers. The sneaker designs will be auctioned upon completion during the event with 50% of the proceeds going to a nonprofit of sex trafficking and 50% to the artists.

Jan
25
Fri
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch

In this advanced class students will make either the Closet Case patterns Ginger Jeans or Cashmerette Ames Jeans over the course 3 sessions on a fun-filled jeans-making weekend. For Men, we also offer Thread Theory Quadro Jeans. Class will be begin on Friday 5:30-8:30 PM and continue Saturday and Sunday 11-5 PM.  Gingers and Ames jeans have a skinny, flattering fit designed for stretch denim. Your instructor will be in touch after you sign up to offer fitting and pre-cutting advice.

Note: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, please cut your pattern out before class. No need to stop by the shop, we will mail it to you approximately two weeks before class!  We encourage you to contact us before class if you need help cutting out your fabric. 

Skills you will learn:

In this class students will learn fitting tips and tricks to get the fit right, learn various seam finishes, learn to sew with a denim needle and thread, learn tidy topstitching, pocket assembly and proper placement, learning to sew a zip or button fly front, how to sew a neat waistband, how to apply rivets and hem your jeans.

Skills expected: This is an advanced class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level-3 class.

Materials needed: Denim for your size (see yardage based on measurements on the back of your pattern), 200 yards of denim topstitching thread. We have Cone Mills stretch denim that is perfect for these jeans.

Materials provided: Ginger or Ames jeans sewing pattern, a zipper or buttons for button fly and rivets, a sewing machine, thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 2 / Max 6

Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge

Come join us in celebrating the launch of Likewise Bar and Lounge!
After we thought long and hard about what Citizen Supply needed we came the obvious conclusion … a bar.
Jason Jimenez [of Kitchen Six and Homespun] and Ben Richardson [of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse] have helped us bring this dream to a reality.
All we need now is you! Be the first to taste the menu and enjoy some great company.
It’s gonna be a party ya’ll.

  • Party : 7-11pm [Maybe later]
  • DJ Esmé:  live 8-11pm

Every purchase at Likewise gets you entered to win fun prizes! All are welcome.

Jan
27
Sun
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books

Alright, people, are you sick and tired of struggling financially? Do you want to turn your hopeless future into a hope-filled, prosperous financial future? Then you have found the right solution. There’s light at the end of the tunnel leading you to a better outlook, and that light is Financial Hope.

You’ve heard the gamut of get-rich-quick schemes, promising riches but delivering false hope and empty bank accounts. If you are ready to stop doing what you’ve always done and start doing something different, then keep reading!

It’s a step-by-step plan for totally transforming your money habits and behaviors.Financial Hope will give you the ability to:

  • Develop a simple plan to get control of your finances – show your money who’s the boss
  • Destroy debt that is killing your dreams – student loans, cars, and everything in between
  • Build a large savings for unexpected events and wealth accumulation

This book will inspire, educate, and empower you to handle money wisely. If you’re looking for hope in your life – financially, relationally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually – then look no further. Meet the author at Posman Books on January 27th!

Jan
29
Tue
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch

This fold-over, zippered clutch is a great intro to sewing project! In this class you will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. You’ll also learn how to cut and pin fabric, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching, sewing curves and corners, and inserting a zipper. We’ll provide the pattern to cut and specific instructions to guide you along the way to make a useful and beautiful clutch.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line, pivot at corners & how to insert a zipper.

Skills expected: None!

Materials needed: 1/2 yard of fabric each for the Main fabric & Lining. Recommended fabrics include quilting cotton, linen, canvas, chambray. We have several suitable fabrics available for purchase in our shop online & in person.

Materials provided: A sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape, an iron, interfacing, and your zipper.

Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch

In two sessions* of this 8-hour class, you’ll learn to make the hugely popular Making Backpack by Noodlehead featured in the “Color” Issue of Making Magazine. A perfect carryall for school, work or play. The zipper top and closure keep things secure. There is also an interior zip pocket and exterior slip pocket. Adjustable straps make it wearable in any season, also features additional top handles. The finished measurements are approximately 11 ½” wide x 15” tall x 5” deep (29 cm x 38 cm x 12 cm). This bag looks fantastic in canvas, twill and especially our unique oilskin from Merchant and Mills.
*Sessions span 1/29 & 1/31

Skills expected: This is an intermediate class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level 2 class.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in this class are inserting zippers neatly, sewing on webbing, sewing in lining and basic hand sewing.

NOTE: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, cut your pattern out before class. We encourage you to stop into the shop before class for help cutting out your fabric if needed. 

Materials needed:

  • 1 yard (1 m) Exterior Fabric
  • 1 yard (1 m) Lining Fabric
  • 3 ½ (3.2 m) yards straight-grain ½” (12 mm) wide double fold binding

Hardware kit provided:

  • two 1 1/2″-wide rectangle rings
  • two 1 1/2″-wide strap sliders
  • 2 1/2 yards 1 1/2″-wide cotton webbing (for straps, etc.)
  • 1 1/8 yards 1″-wide cotton webbing (for handles, etc.)
  • 22″ zipper for top closure (head-to-head YKK metal zipper)
  • 8″ zipper (YKK) for interior zip pocket
  • small leather rectangle for optional front patch
Feb
1
Fri
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Feb 1 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan

Placita is back!!!

PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday’s (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later…everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE!

We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we’ll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We’ll see you this Friday! Wepa!!!

Feb
2
Sat
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch

Our essential shirt is a great beginner sewing class, introducing you to the world of garment sewing. In this 4-hour class you will learn to sew and make our Topstitch Essential Shirt pattern. You will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching and sewing along curves. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a the shirt. It is a boxy, kimono sleeved pullover. With no fitting challenges and no fiddly closures, it’s a perfect intro project. The pattern and sewing tools included at class. Fabric not included. Please bring 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric to class. It is best suited for fabrics such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen. NOTE: Fabric can shrink after washing so you may want a little more than 1.5 yds especially if your fabric has a width less than 50″. Ask a staff member if you’re unsure about your fabric shrinkage.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line and how to sew curves.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind!

Materials needed: 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen.

Materials provided: The Essential shirt sewing pattern, a sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

2019-10-20 14:00:00 2019-10-20 16:00:00 America/New_York Meet the Author: Jan Alexander Meet, Jan Alexander, author of Ms. Ming’s Guide to Civilization on Sunday, October 20th at Posman Books. Ming, born in a bleak outpost of Sichuan province, finds an unexpected glimpse of the world beyond when she when she meets a talking monkey with golden eyes and supernatural abilities—the immortal Monkey King, with whom Ming's destiny is inextricably intertwined. Determined to become a writer, Ming finds her way to New York, but she becomes employed by a by a crime ring to make ends meet and returns to China on the lam. Hope arrives in the form of her American friend Zoe. Together, they travel to the village of Ming's birth, where the clouds writhe like phantoms and the rain never stops, and where Ming and Zoe join forces with a certain down-and-out immortal who has an ambitious plan to save the world from capitalism run amok. When a nation of tycoons and financiers suddenly and inexplicably decide that the key to happiness lies in sharing one's wealth and pursuing a contemplative life, nobody suspects the newly formed tech company run by Ming, Zoe, and William Sun. Hyper-capitalist China rapidly becomes a paradise for artists, thinkers, and lovers—a rollicking playground where the air is clean and the strangest words you can hear are, “I can't afford it!”But it's a short-lived Xanadu once human nature begins to intervene. In Ms. Ming's Guide to Civilization, as in life and politics, every action provokes an equal and opposite reaction. Posman Books
Headshot of Brent Starr

October 20 | 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Halloween Drag Queen Story Hour

Posman Books

Join us as we spotlight a Halloween Story Hour and Drag Queen Brent Star at Posman Books on Sunday, October 20th from 3 pm – 4 pm. Our hostess this month, Brent Star, is a larger than life Drag Queen who will read to children and lighten up your Sunday with a slightly scary story or two. All ages are welcome to come and enjoy a few books and a lot of laughs! BTW…Boo!

Jan
22
Tue
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch

In this class you will learn the basics of sewing while sewing a reusable snack bag. This will include a short overview of the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, and straight stitching. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a super cute and functional snack bag. Its simple design is equally simple to make.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, and how to sew in a straight line.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind.

Materials needed: Two fabric pieces 1/2 yard for each piece (1 interior / 1 exterior). “Fat quarter” size is great! Suitable fabrics are quilting cotton.

Materials provided: Snack bag sewing pattern, a sewing machine, sewing thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, an iron and ironing board.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 3 / Max 6

Jan
23
Wed
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co

We will host a small group of ultra-beginners* here at the bakery to learn how to bake at home with sourdough starter. We will cover how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape, and bake your own loaf, and how to best utilize your home oven to produce crusty delicious results. We are limiting class size due to our small space, and to maximize hands-on bench-time with our lovely bakers!

You will take home:

  • A fresh loaf of sourdough that you’ve made!
  • A bit of active starter to keep you baking at home
  • Freshly milled whole wheat flour to feed your starter
  • Information packet including helpful tips and notes from the class
  • Replicable formula for homemade country sourdough bread*This class is intended for folks who have little to no experience with naturally leavened baking. We will cover all basics to build a confident foundation upon which you can explore later, more advanced classes that’ll be offered in forthcoming months! 
Jan
24
Thu
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly

Sketches & Kicks is a live, silent auction social event where local artists create visual expression by sharing a piece from their sole on sneakers.
The event creates a platform where:

  1. Artists have an opportunity to promote themselves and be (filled)
  2. Guests can enjoy an evening of musical and visual artistic performances (energy exchange)
  3. Most importantly, guests and artists alike can donate shoes (share love) to the victims of sex trafficking in the Atlanta community.

We request that you bring a pair or two of gently worn sneakers. The sneaker designs will be auctioned upon completion during the event with 50% of the proceeds going to a nonprofit of sex trafficking and 50% to the artists.

Jan
25
Fri
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch

In this advanced class students will make either the Closet Case patterns Ginger Jeans or Cashmerette Ames Jeans over the course 3 sessions on a fun-filled jeans-making weekend. For Men, we also offer Thread Theory Quadro Jeans. Class will be begin on Friday 5:30-8:30 PM and continue Saturday and Sunday 11-5 PM.  Gingers and Ames jeans have a skinny, flattering fit designed for stretch denim. Your instructor will be in touch after you sign up to offer fitting and pre-cutting advice.

Note: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, please cut your pattern out before class. No need to stop by the shop, we will mail it to you approximately two weeks before class!  We encourage you to contact us before class if you need help cutting out your fabric. 

Skills you will learn:

In this class students will learn fitting tips and tricks to get the fit right, learn various seam finishes, learn to sew with a denim needle and thread, learn tidy topstitching, pocket assembly and proper placement, learning to sew a zip or button fly front, how to sew a neat waistband, how to apply rivets and hem your jeans.

Skills expected: This is an advanced class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level-3 class.

Materials needed: Denim for your size (see yardage based on measurements on the back of your pattern), 200 yards of denim topstitching thread. We have Cone Mills stretch denim that is perfect for these jeans.

Materials provided: Ginger or Ames jeans sewing pattern, a zipper or buttons for button fly and rivets, a sewing machine, thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 2 / Max 6

Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge

Come join us in celebrating the launch of Likewise Bar and Lounge!
After we thought long and hard about what Citizen Supply needed we came the obvious conclusion … a bar.
Jason Jimenez [of Kitchen Six and Homespun] and Ben Richardson [of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse] have helped us bring this dream to a reality.
All we need now is you! Be the first to taste the menu and enjoy some great company.
It’s gonna be a party ya’ll.

  • Party : 7-11pm [Maybe later]
  • DJ Esmé:  live 8-11pm

Every purchase at Likewise gets you entered to win fun prizes! All are welcome.

Jan
27
Sun
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books

Alright, people, are you sick and tired of struggling financially? Do you want to turn your hopeless future into a hope-filled, prosperous financial future? Then you have found the right solution. There’s light at the end of the tunnel leading you to a better outlook, and that light is Financial Hope.

You’ve heard the gamut of get-rich-quick schemes, promising riches but delivering false hope and empty bank accounts. If you are ready to stop doing what you’ve always done and start doing something different, then keep reading!

It’s a step-by-step plan for totally transforming your money habits and behaviors.Financial Hope will give you the ability to:

  • Develop a simple plan to get control of your finances – show your money who’s the boss
  • Destroy debt that is killing your dreams – student loans, cars, and everything in between
  • Build a large savings for unexpected events and wealth accumulation

This book will inspire, educate, and empower you to handle money wisely. If you’re looking for hope in your life – financially, relationally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually – then look no further. Meet the author at Posman Books on January 27th!

Jan
29
Tue
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch

This fold-over, zippered clutch is a great intro to sewing project! In this class you will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. You’ll also learn how to cut and pin fabric, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching, sewing curves and corners, and inserting a zipper. We’ll provide the pattern to cut and specific instructions to guide you along the way to make a useful and beautiful clutch.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line, pivot at corners & how to insert a zipper.

Skills expected: None!

Materials needed: 1/2 yard of fabric each for the Main fabric & Lining. Recommended fabrics include quilting cotton, linen, canvas, chambray. We have several suitable fabrics available for purchase in our shop online & in person.

Materials provided: A sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape, an iron, interfacing, and your zipper.

Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch

In two sessions* of this 8-hour class, you’ll learn to make the hugely popular Making Backpack by Noodlehead featured in the “Color” Issue of Making Magazine. A perfect carryall for school, work or play. The zipper top and closure keep things secure. There is also an interior zip pocket and exterior slip pocket. Adjustable straps make it wearable in any season, also features additional top handles. The finished measurements are approximately 11 ½” wide x 15” tall x 5” deep (29 cm x 38 cm x 12 cm). This bag looks fantastic in canvas, twill and especially our unique oilskin from Merchant and Mills.
*Sessions span 1/29 & 1/31

Skills expected: This is an intermediate class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level 2 class.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in this class are inserting zippers neatly, sewing on webbing, sewing in lining and basic hand sewing.

NOTE: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, cut your pattern out before class. We encourage you to stop into the shop before class for help cutting out your fabric if needed. 

Materials needed:

  • 1 yard (1 m) Exterior Fabric
  • 1 yard (1 m) Lining Fabric
  • 3 ½ (3.2 m) yards straight-grain ½” (12 mm) wide double fold binding

Hardware kit provided:

  • two 1 1/2″-wide rectangle rings
  • two 1 1/2″-wide strap sliders
  • 2 1/2 yards 1 1/2″-wide cotton webbing (for straps, etc.)
  • 1 1/8 yards 1″-wide cotton webbing (for handles, etc.)
  • 22″ zipper for top closure (head-to-head YKK metal zipper)
  • 8″ zipper (YKK) for interior zip pocket
  • small leather rectangle for optional front patch
Feb
1
Fri
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Feb 1 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan

Placita is back!!!

PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday’s (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later…everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE!

We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we’ll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We’ll see you this Friday! Wepa!!!

Feb
2
Sat
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch

Our essential shirt is a great beginner sewing class, introducing you to the world of garment sewing. In this 4-hour class you will learn to sew and make our Topstitch Essential Shirt pattern. You will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching and sewing along curves. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a the shirt. It is a boxy, kimono sleeved pullover. With no fitting challenges and no fiddly closures, it’s a perfect intro project. The pattern and sewing tools included at class. Fabric not included. Please bring 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric to class. It is best suited for fabrics such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen. NOTE: Fabric can shrink after washing so you may want a little more than 1.5 yds especially if your fabric has a width less than 50″. Ask a staff member if you’re unsure about your fabric shrinkage.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line and how to sew curves.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind!

Materials needed: 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen.

Materials provided: The Essential shirt sewing pattern, a sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

2019-10-20 15:00:00 2019-10-20 16:00:00 America/New_York Halloween Drag Queen Story Hour Join us as we spotlight a Halloween Story Hour and Drag Queen Brent Star at Posman Books on Sunday, October 20th from 3 pm - 4 pm. Our hostess this month, Brent Star, is a larger than life Drag Queen who will read to children and lighten up your Sunday with a slightly scary story or two. All ages are welcome to come and enjoy a few books and a lot of laughs! BTW...Boo! Posman Books
Photo of volunteers presenting wildlife education resources

October 22 | 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm

PCM Community Farmers Market

The Shed

Located under “The Shed” on the BeltLine entrance of Ponce City Market, the Ponce City Farmers Market  is the only farmers market in Georgia primarily attended by pedestrians and cyclists. The market is held seasonally on Tuesday evenings, and hosts some of Atlanta’s finest local food talent, including urban farmers, artisanal food makers, as well as pop-up chefs.

This week, PCFM welcomes the Georgia Forestry Foundation and the Chattahoochee Nature Conservancy for special programming in conjunction with National Forest Products Week. Join us and learn how working forests provide products that are essential to our everyday survival, comfort, and progress.

Our market is a producer-only market, meaning that vendors sell only products that they grow or produce themselves. Our farmers use organic practices (some going even beyond organic) to help steward the earth while producing the freshest and most nutritious food available in Georgia. Look for veggies and fruits, pasture-raised eggs and meats, alongside artisanal food vendors and natural beauty-care vendors.

We encourage shoppers to access the market by walking or biking on the Beltline or park at Ponce City Market. Parking is complimentary for farmers market shoppers in the lots in front of Mountain High Outfitters. Market shoppers can receive one hour of free parking in these lots by choosing zone 22200 and inputting the code FARMERS2018 in the Park Mobile app. This is only valid during market.

Jan
22
Tue
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch

In this class you will learn the basics of sewing while sewing a reusable snack bag. This will include a short overview of the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, and straight stitching. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a super cute and functional snack bag. Its simple design is equally simple to make.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, and how to sew in a straight line.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind.

Materials needed: Two fabric pieces 1/2 yard for each piece (1 interior / 1 exterior). “Fat quarter” size is great! Suitable fabrics are quilting cotton.

Materials provided: Snack bag sewing pattern, a sewing machine, sewing thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, an iron and ironing board.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 3 / Max 6

Jan
23
Wed
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co

We will host a small group of ultra-beginners* here at the bakery to learn how to bake at home with sourdough starter. We will cover how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape, and bake your own loaf, and how to best utilize your home oven to produce crusty delicious results. We are limiting class size due to our small space, and to maximize hands-on bench-time with our lovely bakers!

You will take home:

  • A fresh loaf of sourdough that you’ve made!
  • A bit of active starter to keep you baking at home
  • Freshly milled whole wheat flour to feed your starter
  • Information packet including helpful tips and notes from the class
  • Replicable formula for homemade country sourdough bread*This class is intended for folks who have little to no experience with naturally leavened baking. We will cover all basics to build a confident foundation upon which you can explore later, more advanced classes that’ll be offered in forthcoming months! 
Jan
24
Thu
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly

Sketches & Kicks is a live, silent auction social event where local artists create visual expression by sharing a piece from their sole on sneakers.
The event creates a platform where:

  1. Artists have an opportunity to promote themselves and be (filled)
  2. Guests can enjoy an evening of musical and visual artistic performances (energy exchange)
  3. Most importantly, guests and artists alike can donate shoes (share love) to the victims of sex trafficking in the Atlanta community.

We request that you bring a pair or two of gently worn sneakers. The sneaker designs will be auctioned upon completion during the event with 50% of the proceeds going to a nonprofit of sex trafficking and 50% to the artists.

Jan
25
Fri
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch

In this advanced class students will make either the Closet Case patterns Ginger Jeans or Cashmerette Ames Jeans over the course 3 sessions on a fun-filled jeans-making weekend. For Men, we also offer Thread Theory Quadro Jeans. Class will be begin on Friday 5:30-8:30 PM and continue Saturday and Sunday 11-5 PM.  Gingers and Ames jeans have a skinny, flattering fit designed for stretch denim. Your instructor will be in touch after you sign up to offer fitting and pre-cutting advice.

Note: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, please cut your pattern out before class. No need to stop by the shop, we will mail it to you approximately two weeks before class!  We encourage you to contact us before class if you need help cutting out your fabric. 

Skills you will learn:

In this class students will learn fitting tips and tricks to get the fit right, learn various seam finishes, learn to sew with a denim needle and thread, learn tidy topstitching, pocket assembly and proper placement, learning to sew a zip or button fly front, how to sew a neat waistband, how to apply rivets and hem your jeans.

Skills expected: This is an advanced class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level-3 class.

Materials needed: Denim for your size (see yardage based on measurements on the back of your pattern), 200 yards of denim topstitching thread. We have Cone Mills stretch denim that is perfect for these jeans.

Materials provided: Ginger or Ames jeans sewing pattern, a zipper or buttons for button fly and rivets, a sewing machine, thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 2 / Max 6

Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge

Come join us in celebrating the launch of Likewise Bar and Lounge!
After we thought long and hard about what Citizen Supply needed we came the obvious conclusion … a bar.
Jason Jimenez [of Kitchen Six and Homespun] and Ben Richardson [of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse] have helped us bring this dream to a reality.
All we need now is you! Be the first to taste the menu and enjoy some great company.
It’s gonna be a party ya’ll.

  • Party : 7-11pm [Maybe later]
  • DJ Esmé:  live 8-11pm

Every purchase at Likewise gets you entered to win fun prizes! All are welcome.

Jan
27
Sun
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books

Alright, people, are you sick and tired of struggling financially? Do you want to turn your hopeless future into a hope-filled, prosperous financial future? Then you have found the right solution. There’s light at the end of the tunnel leading you to a better outlook, and that light is Financial Hope.

You’ve heard the gamut of get-rich-quick schemes, promising riches but delivering false hope and empty bank accounts. If you are ready to stop doing what you’ve always done and start doing something different, then keep reading!

It’s a step-by-step plan for totally transforming your money habits and behaviors.Financial Hope will give you the ability to:

  • Develop a simple plan to get control of your finances – show your money who’s the boss
  • Destroy debt that is killing your dreams – student loans, cars, and everything in between
  • Build a large savings for unexpected events and wealth accumulation

This book will inspire, educate, and empower you to handle money wisely. If you’re looking for hope in your life – financially, relationally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually – then look no further. Meet the author at Posman Books on January 27th!

Jan
29
Tue
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch

This fold-over, zippered clutch is a great intro to sewing project! In this class you will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. You’ll also learn how to cut and pin fabric, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching, sewing curves and corners, and inserting a zipper. We’ll provide the pattern to cut and specific instructions to guide you along the way to make a useful and beautiful clutch.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line, pivot at corners & how to insert a zipper.

Skills expected: None!

Materials needed: 1/2 yard of fabric each for the Main fabric & Lining. Recommended fabrics include quilting cotton, linen, canvas, chambray. We have several suitable fabrics available for purchase in our shop online & in person.

Materials provided: A sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape, an iron, interfacing, and your zipper.

Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch

In two sessions* of this 8-hour class, you’ll learn to make the hugely popular Making Backpack by Noodlehead featured in the “Color” Issue of Making Magazine. A perfect carryall for school, work or play. The zipper top and closure keep things secure. There is also an interior zip pocket and exterior slip pocket. Adjustable straps make it wearable in any season, also features additional top handles. The finished measurements are approximately 11 ½” wide x 15” tall x 5” deep (29 cm x 38 cm x 12 cm). This bag looks fantastic in canvas, twill and especially our unique oilskin from Merchant and Mills.
*Sessions span 1/29 & 1/31

Skills expected: This is an intermediate class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level 2 class.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in this class are inserting zippers neatly, sewing on webbing, sewing in lining and basic hand sewing.

NOTE: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, cut your pattern out before class. We encourage you to stop into the shop before class for help cutting out your fabric if needed. 

Materials needed:

  • 1 yard (1 m) Exterior Fabric
  • 1 yard (1 m) Lining Fabric
  • 3 ½ (3.2 m) yards straight-grain ½” (12 mm) wide double fold binding

Hardware kit provided:

  • two 1 1/2″-wide rectangle rings
  • two 1 1/2″-wide strap sliders
  • 2 1/2 yards 1 1/2″-wide cotton webbing (for straps, etc.)
  • 1 1/8 yards 1″-wide cotton webbing (for handles, etc.)
  • 22″ zipper for top closure (head-to-head YKK metal zipper)
  • 8″ zipper (YKK) for interior zip pocket
  • small leather rectangle for optional front patch
Feb
1
Fri
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Feb 1 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan

Placita is back!!!

PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday’s (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later…everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE!

We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we’ll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We’ll see you this Friday! Wepa!!!

Feb
2
Sat
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch

Our essential shirt is a great beginner sewing class, introducing you to the world of garment sewing. In this 4-hour class you will learn to sew and make our Topstitch Essential Shirt pattern. You will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching and sewing along curves. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a the shirt. It is a boxy, kimono sleeved pullover. With no fitting challenges and no fiddly closures, it’s a perfect intro project. The pattern and sewing tools included at class. Fabric not included. Please bring 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric to class. It is best suited for fabrics such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen. NOTE: Fabric can shrink after washing so you may want a little more than 1.5 yds especially if your fabric has a width less than 50″. Ask a staff member if you’re unsure about your fabric shrinkage.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line and how to sew curves.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind!

Materials needed: 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen.

Materials provided: The Essential shirt sewing pattern, a sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

2019-10-22 16:00:00 2019-10-22 20:00:00 America/New_York PCM Community Farmers Market Located under “The Shed” on the BeltLine entrance of Ponce City Market, the Ponce City Farmers Market  is the only farmers market in Georgia primarily attended by pedestrians and cyclists. The market is held seasonally on Tuesday evenings, and hosts some of Atlanta’s finest local food talent, including urban farmers, artisanal food makers, as well as pop-up chefs. This week, PCFM welcomes the Georgia Forestry Foundation and the Chattahoochee Nature Conservancy for special programming in conjunction with National Forest Products Week. Join us and learn how working forests provide products that are essential to our everyday survival, comfort, and progress. Our market is a producer-only market, meaning that vendors sell only products that they grow or produce themselves. Our farmers use organic practices (some going even beyond organic) to help steward the earth while producing the freshest and most nutritious food available in Georgia. Look for veggies and fruits, pasture-raised eggs and meats, alongside artisanal food vendors and natural beauty-care vendors. We encourage shoppers to access the market by walking or biking on the Beltline or park at Ponce City Market. Parking is complimentary for farmers market shoppers in the lots in front of Mountain High Outfitters. Market shoppers can receive one hour of free parking in these lots by choosing zone 22200 and inputting the code FARMERS2018 in the Park Mobile app. This is only valid during market. The Shed
Photo of Farmers Market with text announcing details of forestry program event

October 22 | 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Georgia’s Working Forests

The Shed

The Georgia Forestry Foundation (GFF), the Georgia Forestry Commission (GFC) & Chattahoochee Nature Center are teaming up to teach about Georgia’s working forests. For the final date and theme of National Forest Products Week, a team member from GFC’s forest markets department will talk about various forest products through a kid-friendly Project Learning Tree facilitator. CNC will bring various materials and a live raptor to teach a key message that working forests provide products that are essential to our everyday survival, comfort, and progress.

Jan
22
Tue
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch

In this class you will learn the basics of sewing while sewing a reusable snack bag. This will include a short overview of the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, and straight stitching. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a super cute and functional snack bag. Its simple design is equally simple to make.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, and how to sew in a straight line.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind.

Materials needed: Two fabric pieces 1/2 yard for each piece (1 interior / 1 exterior). “Fat quarter” size is great! Suitable fabrics are quilting cotton.

Materials provided: Snack bag sewing pattern, a sewing machine, sewing thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, an iron and ironing board.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 3 / Max 6

Jan
23
Wed
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co

We will host a small group of ultra-beginners* here at the bakery to learn how to bake at home with sourdough starter. We will cover how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape, and bake your own loaf, and how to best utilize your home oven to produce crusty delicious results. We are limiting class size due to our small space, and to maximize hands-on bench-time with our lovely bakers!

You will take home:

  • A fresh loaf of sourdough that you’ve made!
  • A bit of active starter to keep you baking at home
  • Freshly milled whole wheat flour to feed your starter
  • Information packet including helpful tips and notes from the class
  • Replicable formula for homemade country sourdough bread*This class is intended for folks who have little to no experience with naturally leavened baking. We will cover all basics to build a confident foundation upon which you can explore later, more advanced classes that’ll be offered in forthcoming months! 
Jan
24
Thu
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly

Sketches & Kicks is a live, silent auction social event where local artists create visual expression by sharing a piece from their sole on sneakers.
The event creates a platform where:

  1. Artists have an opportunity to promote themselves and be (filled)
  2. Guests can enjoy an evening of musical and visual artistic performances (energy exchange)
  3. Most importantly, guests and artists alike can donate shoes (share love) to the victims of sex trafficking in the Atlanta community.

We request that you bring a pair or two of gently worn sneakers. The sneaker designs will be auctioned upon completion during the event with 50% of the proceeds going to a nonprofit of sex trafficking and 50% to the artists.

Jan
25
Fri
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch

In this advanced class students will make either the Closet Case patterns Ginger Jeans or Cashmerette Ames Jeans over the course 3 sessions on a fun-filled jeans-making weekend. For Men, we also offer Thread Theory Quadro Jeans. Class will be begin on Friday 5:30-8:30 PM and continue Saturday and Sunday 11-5 PM.  Gingers and Ames jeans have a skinny, flattering fit designed for stretch denim. Your instructor will be in touch after you sign up to offer fitting and pre-cutting advice.

Note: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, please cut your pattern out before class. No need to stop by the shop, we will mail it to you approximately two weeks before class!  We encourage you to contact us before class if you need help cutting out your fabric. 

Skills you will learn:

In this class students will learn fitting tips and tricks to get the fit right, learn various seam finishes, learn to sew with a denim needle and thread, learn tidy topstitching, pocket assembly and proper placement, learning to sew a zip or button fly front, how to sew a neat waistband, how to apply rivets and hem your jeans.

Skills expected: This is an advanced class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level-3 class.

Materials needed: Denim for your size (see yardage based on measurements on the back of your pattern), 200 yards of denim topstitching thread. We have Cone Mills stretch denim that is perfect for these jeans.

Materials provided: Ginger or Ames jeans sewing pattern, a zipper or buttons for button fly and rivets, a sewing machine, thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 2 / Max 6

Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge

Come join us in celebrating the launch of Likewise Bar and Lounge!
After we thought long and hard about what Citizen Supply needed we came the obvious conclusion … a bar.
Jason Jimenez [of Kitchen Six and Homespun] and Ben Richardson [of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse] have helped us bring this dream to a reality.
All we need now is you! Be the first to taste the menu and enjoy some great company.
It’s gonna be a party ya’ll.

  • Party : 7-11pm [Maybe later]
  • DJ Esmé:  live 8-11pm

Every purchase at Likewise gets you entered to win fun prizes! All are welcome.

Jan
27
Sun
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books

Alright, people, are you sick and tired of struggling financially? Do you want to turn your hopeless future into a hope-filled, prosperous financial future? Then you have found the right solution. There’s light at the end of the tunnel leading you to a better outlook, and that light is Financial Hope.

You’ve heard the gamut of get-rich-quick schemes, promising riches but delivering false hope and empty bank accounts. If you are ready to stop doing what you’ve always done and start doing something different, then keep reading!

It’s a step-by-step plan for totally transforming your money habits and behaviors.Financial Hope will give you the ability to:

  • Develop a simple plan to get control of your finances – show your money who’s the boss
  • Destroy debt that is killing your dreams – student loans, cars, and everything in between
  • Build a large savings for unexpected events and wealth accumulation

This book will inspire, educate, and empower you to handle money wisely. If you’re looking for hope in your life – financially, relationally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually – then look no further. Meet the author at Posman Books on January 27th!

Jan
29
Tue
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch

This fold-over, zippered clutch is a great intro to sewing project! In this class you will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. You’ll also learn how to cut and pin fabric, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching, sewing curves and corners, and inserting a zipper. We’ll provide the pattern to cut and specific instructions to guide you along the way to make a useful and beautiful clutch.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line, pivot at corners & how to insert a zipper.

Skills expected: None!

Materials needed: 1/2 yard of fabric each for the Main fabric & Lining. Recommended fabrics include quilting cotton, linen, canvas, chambray. We have several suitable fabrics available for purchase in our shop online & in person.

Materials provided: A sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape, an iron, interfacing, and your zipper.

Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch

In two sessions* of this 8-hour class, you’ll learn to make the hugely popular Making Backpack by Noodlehead featured in the “Color” Issue of Making Magazine. A perfect carryall for school, work or play. The zipper top and closure keep things secure. There is also an interior zip pocket and exterior slip pocket. Adjustable straps make it wearable in any season, also features additional top handles. The finished measurements are approximately 11 ½” wide x 15” tall x 5” deep (29 cm x 38 cm x 12 cm). This bag looks fantastic in canvas, twill and especially our unique oilskin from Merchant and Mills.
*Sessions span 1/29 & 1/31

Skills expected: This is an intermediate class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level 2 class.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in this class are inserting zippers neatly, sewing on webbing, sewing in lining and basic hand sewing.

NOTE: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, cut your pattern out before class. We encourage you to stop into the shop before class for help cutting out your fabric if needed. 

Materials needed:

  • 1 yard (1 m) Exterior Fabric
  • 1 yard (1 m) Lining Fabric
  • 3 ½ (3.2 m) yards straight-grain ½” (12 mm) wide double fold binding

Hardware kit provided:

  • two 1 1/2″-wide rectangle rings
  • two 1 1/2″-wide strap sliders
  • 2 1/2 yards 1 1/2″-wide cotton webbing (for straps, etc.)
  • 1 1/8 yards 1″-wide cotton webbing (for handles, etc.)
  • 22″ zipper for top closure (head-to-head YKK metal zipper)
  • 8″ zipper (YKK) for interior zip pocket
  • small leather rectangle for optional front patch
Feb
1
Fri
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Feb 1 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan

Placita is back!!!

PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday’s (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later…everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE!

We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we’ll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We’ll see you this Friday! Wepa!!!

Feb
2
Sat
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch

Our essential shirt is a great beginner sewing class, introducing you to the world of garment sewing. In this 4-hour class you will learn to sew and make our Topstitch Essential Shirt pattern. You will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching and sewing along curves. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a the shirt. It is a boxy, kimono sleeved pullover. With no fitting challenges and no fiddly closures, it’s a perfect intro project. The pattern and sewing tools included at class. Fabric not included. Please bring 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric to class. It is best suited for fabrics such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen. NOTE: Fabric can shrink after washing so you may want a little more than 1.5 yds especially if your fabric has a width less than 50″. Ask a staff member if you’re unsure about your fabric shrinkage.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line and how to sew curves.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind!

Materials needed: 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen.

Materials provided: The Essential shirt sewing pattern, a sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

2019-10-22 16:00:00 2019-10-22 20:00:00 America/New_York Georgia’s Working Forests The Georgia Forestry Foundation (GFF), the Georgia Forestry Commission (GFC) & Chattahoochee Nature Center are teaming up to teach about Georgia's working forests. For the final date and theme of National Forest Products Week, a team member from GFC's forest markets department will talk about various forest products through a kid-friendly Project Learning Tree facilitator. CNC will bring various materials and a live raptor to teach a key message that working forests provide products that are essential to our everyday survival, comfort, and progress. The Shed
Event details listed next to photo of floral workshop table

October 24 | 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

JJ’s Flower Hour

JJ's Flower Shop

Gather together and build beautiful floral arrangements from JJ’s new shop inside of Ponce City Market. JJ’s provides the flowers, a vase, all supplies, and instruction. Grab a cocktail or growler at your favorite PCM restaurant to sip on during the workshop! This is a weekly, intimate workshop capped at 5 people. If you have 5 pals, bring ’em with you and you’ve got a private workshop! If not, you’ll be paired with 4 of your new best friends.

Jan
22
Tue
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch

In this class you will learn the basics of sewing while sewing a reusable snack bag. This will include a short overview of the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, and straight stitching. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a super cute and functional snack bag. Its simple design is equally simple to make.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, and how to sew in a straight line.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind.

Materials needed: Two fabric pieces 1/2 yard for each piece (1 interior / 1 exterior). “Fat quarter” size is great! Suitable fabrics are quilting cotton.

Materials provided: Snack bag sewing pattern, a sewing machine, sewing thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, an iron and ironing board.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 3 / Max 6

Jan
23
Wed
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co

We will host a small group of ultra-beginners* here at the bakery to learn how to bake at home with sourdough starter. We will cover how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape, and bake your own loaf, and how to best utilize your home oven to produce crusty delicious results. We are limiting class size due to our small space, and to maximize hands-on bench-time with our lovely bakers!

You will take home:

  • A fresh loaf of sourdough that you’ve made!
  • A bit of active starter to keep you baking at home
  • Freshly milled whole wheat flour to feed your starter
  • Information packet including helpful tips and notes from the class
  • Replicable formula for homemade country sourdough bread*This class is intended for folks who have little to no experience with naturally leavened baking. We will cover all basics to build a confident foundation upon which you can explore later, more advanced classes that’ll be offered in forthcoming months! 
Jan
24
Thu
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly

Sketches & Kicks is a live, silent auction social event where local artists create visual expression by sharing a piece from their sole on sneakers.
The event creates a platform where:

  1. Artists have an opportunity to promote themselves and be (filled)
  2. Guests can enjoy an evening of musical and visual artistic performances (energy exchange)
  3. Most importantly, guests and artists alike can donate shoes (share love) to the victims of sex trafficking in the Atlanta community.

We request that you bring a pair or two of gently worn sneakers. The sneaker designs will be auctioned upon completion during the event with 50% of the proceeds going to a nonprofit of sex trafficking and 50% to the artists.

Jan
25
Fri
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch

In this advanced class students will make either the Closet Case patterns Ginger Jeans or Cashmerette Ames Jeans over the course 3 sessions on a fun-filled jeans-making weekend. For Men, we also offer Thread Theory Quadro Jeans. Class will be begin on Friday 5:30-8:30 PM and continue Saturday and Sunday 11-5 PM.  Gingers and Ames jeans have a skinny, flattering fit designed for stretch denim. Your instructor will be in touch after you sign up to offer fitting and pre-cutting advice.

Note: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, please cut your pattern out before class. No need to stop by the shop, we will mail it to you approximately two weeks before class!  We encourage you to contact us before class if you need help cutting out your fabric. 

Skills you will learn:

In this class students will learn fitting tips and tricks to get the fit right, learn various seam finishes, learn to sew with a denim needle and thread, learn tidy topstitching, pocket assembly and proper placement, learning to sew a zip or button fly front, how to sew a neat waistband, how to apply rivets and hem your jeans.

Skills expected: This is an advanced class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level-3 class.

Materials needed: Denim for your size (see yardage based on measurements on the back of your pattern), 200 yards of denim topstitching thread. We have Cone Mills stretch denim that is perfect for these jeans.

Materials provided: Ginger or Ames jeans sewing pattern, a zipper or buttons for button fly and rivets, a sewing machine, thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 2 / Max 6

Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge

Come join us in celebrating the launch of Likewise Bar and Lounge!
After we thought long and hard about what Citizen Supply needed we came the obvious conclusion … a bar.
Jason Jimenez [of Kitchen Six and Homespun] and Ben Richardson [of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse] have helped us bring this dream to a reality.
All we need now is you! Be the first to taste the menu and enjoy some great company.
It’s gonna be a party ya’ll.

  • Party : 7-11pm [Maybe later]
  • DJ Esmé:  live 8-11pm

Every purchase at Likewise gets you entered to win fun prizes! All are welcome.

Jan
27
Sun
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books

Alright, people, are you sick and tired of struggling financially? Do you want to turn your hopeless future into a hope-filled, prosperous financial future? Then you have found the right solution. There’s light at the end of the tunnel leading you to a better outlook, and that light is Financial Hope.

You’ve heard the gamut of get-rich-quick schemes, promising riches but delivering false hope and empty bank accounts. If you are ready to stop doing what you’ve always done and start doing something different, then keep reading!

It’s a step-by-step plan for totally transforming your money habits and behaviors.Financial Hope will give you the ability to:

  • Develop a simple plan to get control of your finances – show your money who’s the boss
  • Destroy debt that is killing your dreams – student loans, cars, and everything in between
  • Build a large savings for unexpected events and wealth accumulation

This book will inspire, educate, and empower you to handle money wisely. If you’re looking for hope in your life – financially, relationally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually – then look no further. Meet the author at Posman Books on January 27th!

Jan
29
Tue
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch

This fold-over, zippered clutch is a great intro to sewing project! In this class you will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. You’ll also learn how to cut and pin fabric, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching, sewing curves and corners, and inserting a zipper. We’ll provide the pattern to cut and specific instructions to guide you along the way to make a useful and beautiful clutch.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line, pivot at corners & how to insert a zipper.

Skills expected: None!

Materials needed: 1/2 yard of fabric each for the Main fabric & Lining. Recommended fabrics include quilting cotton, linen, canvas, chambray. We have several suitable fabrics available for purchase in our shop online & in person.

Materials provided: A sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape, an iron, interfacing, and your zipper.

Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch

In two sessions* of this 8-hour class, you’ll learn to make the hugely popular Making Backpack by Noodlehead featured in the “Color” Issue of Making Magazine. A perfect carryall for school, work or play. The zipper top and closure keep things secure. There is also an interior zip pocket and exterior slip pocket. Adjustable straps make it wearable in any season, also features additional top handles. The finished measurements are approximately 11 ½” wide x 15” tall x 5” deep (29 cm x 38 cm x 12 cm). This bag looks fantastic in canvas, twill and especially our unique oilskin from Merchant and Mills.
*Sessions span 1/29 & 1/31

Skills expected: This is an intermediate class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level 2 class.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in this class are inserting zippers neatly, sewing on webbing, sewing in lining and basic hand sewing.

NOTE: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, cut your pattern out before class. We encourage you to stop into the shop before class for help cutting out your fabric if needed. 

Materials needed:

  • 1 yard (1 m) Exterior Fabric
  • 1 yard (1 m) Lining Fabric
  • 3 ½ (3.2 m) yards straight-grain ½” (12 mm) wide double fold binding

Hardware kit provided:

  • two 1 1/2″-wide rectangle rings
  • two 1 1/2″-wide strap sliders
  • 2 1/2 yards 1 1/2″-wide cotton webbing (for straps, etc.)
  • 1 1/8 yards 1″-wide cotton webbing (for handles, etc.)
  • 22″ zipper for top closure (head-to-head YKK metal zipper)
  • 8″ zipper (YKK) for interior zip pocket
  • small leather rectangle for optional front patch
Feb
1
Fri
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Feb 1 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan

Placita is back!!!

PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday’s (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later…everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE!

We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we’ll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We’ll see you this Friday! Wepa!!!

Feb
2
Sat
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch

Our essential shirt is a great beginner sewing class, introducing you to the world of garment sewing. In this 4-hour class you will learn to sew and make our Topstitch Essential Shirt pattern. You will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching and sewing along curves. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a the shirt. It is a boxy, kimono sleeved pullover. With no fitting challenges and no fiddly closures, it’s a perfect intro project. The pattern and sewing tools included at class. Fabric not included. Please bring 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric to class. It is best suited for fabrics such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen. NOTE: Fabric can shrink after washing so you may want a little more than 1.5 yds especially if your fabric has a width less than 50″. Ask a staff member if you’re unsure about your fabric shrinkage.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line and how to sew curves.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind!

Materials needed: 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen.

Materials provided: The Essential shirt sewing pattern, a sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

2019-10-24 19:00:00 2019-10-24 20:30:00 America/New_York JJ’s Flower Hour Gather together and build beautiful floral arrangements from JJ's new shop inside of Ponce City Market. JJ's provides the flowers, a vase, all supplies, and instruction. Grab a cocktail or growler at your favorite PCM restaurant to sip on during the workshop! This is a weekly, intimate workshop capped at 5 people. If you have 5 pals, bring 'em with you and you've got a private workshop! If not, you'll be paired with 4 of your new best friends. JJ's Flower Shop

October 25 | 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Placita Friday

El Super Pan

Placita is back!!!

PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday’s (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later…everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE!

We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we’ll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We’ll see you this Friday! Wepa!!!

Jan
22
Tue
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch

In this class you will learn the basics of sewing while sewing a reusable snack bag. This will include a short overview of the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, and straight stitching. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a super cute and functional snack bag. Its simple design is equally simple to make.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, and how to sew in a straight line.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind.

Materials needed: Two fabric pieces 1/2 yard for each piece (1 interior / 1 exterior). “Fat quarter” size is great! Suitable fabrics are quilting cotton.

Materials provided: Snack bag sewing pattern, a sewing machine, sewing thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, an iron and ironing board.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 3 / Max 6

Jan
23
Wed
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co

We will host a small group of ultra-beginners* here at the bakery to learn how to bake at home with sourdough starter. We will cover how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape, and bake your own loaf, and how to best utilize your home oven to produce crusty delicious results. We are limiting class size due to our small space, and to maximize hands-on bench-time with our lovely bakers!

You will take home:

  • A fresh loaf of sourdough that you’ve made!
  • A bit of active starter to keep you baking at home
  • Freshly milled whole wheat flour to feed your starter
  • Information packet including helpful tips and notes from the class
  • Replicable formula for homemade country sourdough bread*This class is intended for folks who have little to no experience with naturally leavened baking. We will cover all basics to build a confident foundation upon which you can explore later, more advanced classes that’ll be offered in forthcoming months! 
Jan
24
Thu
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly

Sketches & Kicks is a live, silent auction social event where local artists create visual expression by sharing a piece from their sole on sneakers.
The event creates a platform where:

  1. Artists have an opportunity to promote themselves and be (filled)
  2. Guests can enjoy an evening of musical and visual artistic performances (energy exchange)
  3. Most importantly, guests and artists alike can donate shoes (share love) to the victims of sex trafficking in the Atlanta community.

We request that you bring a pair or two of gently worn sneakers. The sneaker designs will be auctioned upon completion during the event with 50% of the proceeds going to a nonprofit of sex trafficking and 50% to the artists.

Jan
25
Fri
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch

In this advanced class students will make either the Closet Case patterns Ginger Jeans or Cashmerette Ames Jeans over the course 3 sessions on a fun-filled jeans-making weekend. For Men, we also offer Thread Theory Quadro Jeans. Class will be begin on Friday 5:30-8:30 PM and continue Saturday and Sunday 11-5 PM.  Gingers and Ames jeans have a skinny, flattering fit designed for stretch denim. Your instructor will be in touch after you sign up to offer fitting and pre-cutting advice.

Note: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, please cut your pattern out before class. No need to stop by the shop, we will mail it to you approximately two weeks before class!  We encourage you to contact us before class if you need help cutting out your fabric. 

Skills you will learn:

In this class students will learn fitting tips and tricks to get the fit right, learn various seam finishes, learn to sew with a denim needle and thread, learn tidy topstitching, pocket assembly and proper placement, learning to sew a zip or button fly front, how to sew a neat waistband, how to apply rivets and hem your jeans.

Skills expected: This is an advanced class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level-3 class.

Materials needed: Denim for your size (see yardage based on measurements on the back of your pattern), 200 yards of denim topstitching thread. We have Cone Mills stretch denim that is perfect for these jeans.

Materials provided: Ginger or Ames jeans sewing pattern, a zipper or buttons for button fly and rivets, a sewing machine, thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 2 / Max 6

Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge

Come join us in celebrating the launch of Likewise Bar and Lounge!
After we thought long and hard about what Citizen Supply needed we came the obvious conclusion … a bar.
Jason Jimenez [of Kitchen Six and Homespun] and Ben Richardson [of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse] have helped us bring this dream to a reality.
All we need now is you! Be the first to taste the menu and enjoy some great company.
It’s gonna be a party ya’ll.

  • Party : 7-11pm [Maybe later]
  • DJ Esmé:  live 8-11pm

Every purchase at Likewise gets you entered to win fun prizes! All are welcome.

Jan
27
Sun
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books

Alright, people, are you sick and tired of struggling financially? Do you want to turn your hopeless future into a hope-filled, prosperous financial future? Then you have found the right solution. There’s light at the end of the tunnel leading you to a better outlook, and that light is Financial Hope.

You’ve heard the gamut of get-rich-quick schemes, promising riches but delivering false hope and empty bank accounts. If you are ready to stop doing what you’ve always done and start doing something different, then keep reading!

It’s a step-by-step plan for totally transforming your money habits and behaviors.Financial Hope will give you the ability to:

  • Develop a simple plan to get control of your finances – show your money who’s the boss
  • Destroy debt that is killing your dreams – student loans, cars, and everything in between
  • Build a large savings for unexpected events and wealth accumulation

This book will inspire, educate, and empower you to handle money wisely. If you’re looking for hope in your life – financially, relationally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually – then look no further. Meet the author at Posman Books on January 27th!

Jan
29
Tue
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch

This fold-over, zippered clutch is a great intro to sewing project! In this class you will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. You’ll also learn how to cut and pin fabric, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching, sewing curves and corners, and inserting a zipper. We’ll provide the pattern to cut and specific instructions to guide you along the way to make a useful and beautiful clutch.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line, pivot at corners & how to insert a zipper.

Skills expected: None!

Materials needed: 1/2 yard of fabric each for the Main fabric & Lining. Recommended fabrics include quilting cotton, linen, canvas, chambray. We have several suitable fabrics available for purchase in our shop online & in person.

Materials provided: A sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape, an iron, interfacing, and your zipper.

Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch

In two sessions* of this 8-hour class, you’ll learn to make the hugely popular Making Backpack by Noodlehead featured in the “Color” Issue of Making Magazine. A perfect carryall for school, work or play. The zipper top and closure keep things secure. There is also an interior zip pocket and exterior slip pocket. Adjustable straps make it wearable in any season, also features additional top handles. The finished measurements are approximately 11 ½” wide x 15” tall x 5” deep (29 cm x 38 cm x 12 cm). This bag looks fantastic in canvas, twill and especially our unique oilskin from Merchant and Mills.
*Sessions span 1/29 & 1/31

Skills expected: This is an intermediate class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level 2 class.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in this class are inserting zippers neatly, sewing on webbing, sewing in lining and basic hand sewing.

NOTE: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, cut your pattern out before class. We encourage you to stop into the shop before class for help cutting out your fabric if needed. 

Materials needed:

  • 1 yard (1 m) Exterior Fabric
  • 1 yard (1 m) Lining Fabric
  • 3 ½ (3.2 m) yards straight-grain ½” (12 mm) wide double fold binding

Hardware kit provided:

  • two 1 1/2″-wide rectangle rings
  • two 1 1/2″-wide strap sliders
  • 2 1/2 yards 1 1/2″-wide cotton webbing (for straps, etc.)
  • 1 1/8 yards 1″-wide cotton webbing (for handles, etc.)
  • 22″ zipper for top closure (head-to-head YKK metal zipper)
  • 8″ zipper (YKK) for interior zip pocket
  • small leather rectangle for optional front patch
Feb
1
Fri
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Feb 1 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan

Placita is back!!!

PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday’s (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later…everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE!

We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we’ll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We’ll see you this Friday! Wepa!!!

Feb
2
Sat
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch

Our essential shirt is a great beginner sewing class, introducing you to the world of garment sewing. In this 4-hour class you will learn to sew and make our Topstitch Essential Shirt pattern. You will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching and sewing along curves. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a the shirt. It is a boxy, kimono sleeved pullover. With no fitting challenges and no fiddly closures, it’s a perfect intro project. The pattern and sewing tools included at class. Fabric not included. Please bring 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric to class. It is best suited for fabrics such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen. NOTE: Fabric can shrink after washing so you may want a little more than 1.5 yds especially if your fabric has a width less than 50″. Ask a staff member if you’re unsure about your fabric shrinkage.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line and how to sew curves.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind!

Materials needed: 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen.

Materials provided: The Essential shirt sewing pattern, a sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

2019-10-25 19:00:00 2019-10-25 23:00:00 America/New_York Placita Friday Placita is back!!! PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday's (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later...everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE! We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we'll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We'll see you this Friday! Wepa!!! El Super Pan
Image of featured book cover

October 26 | 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Meet the Author: Richard Gnann

Posman Books

Dreaming of the Redcoat Band is the true story of one child’s dream to march in Sanford Bulldog Stadium with the University of Georgia Redcoat Band. Dreaming of the Redcoat Band inspires children to follow their dreams and inspires parents to encourage childhood dreams. Dreaming of the Redcoat Band personifies the Redcoat Band legacy and draws the Redcoat Band even closer to the hearts of the Bulldog Nation. It is also an opportunity to give back to the band for the thrills of a lifetime in Sanford Stadium, as all profits generated from the book will be donated to the Redcoat Band.

Meet the Author this book, Richard Gnann, at Posman Books Ponce City Market on October 26th from 1 pm – 3 pm.

Jan
22
Tue
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch

In this class you will learn the basics of sewing while sewing a reusable snack bag. This will include a short overview of the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, and straight stitching. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a super cute and functional snack bag. Its simple design is equally simple to make.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, and how to sew in a straight line.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind.

Materials needed: Two fabric pieces 1/2 yard for each piece (1 interior / 1 exterior). “Fat quarter” size is great! Suitable fabrics are quilting cotton.

Materials provided: Snack bag sewing pattern, a sewing machine, sewing thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, an iron and ironing board.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 3 / Max 6

Jan
23
Wed
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co

We will host a small group of ultra-beginners* here at the bakery to learn how to bake at home with sourdough starter. We will cover how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape, and bake your own loaf, and how to best utilize your home oven to produce crusty delicious results. We are limiting class size due to our small space, and to maximize hands-on bench-time with our lovely bakers!

You will take home:

  • A fresh loaf of sourdough that you’ve made!
  • A bit of active starter to keep you baking at home
  • Freshly milled whole wheat flour to feed your starter
  • Information packet including helpful tips and notes from the class
  • Replicable formula for homemade country sourdough bread*This class is intended for folks who have little to no experience with naturally leavened baking. We will cover all basics to build a confident foundation upon which you can explore later, more advanced classes that’ll be offered in forthcoming months! 
Jan
24
Thu
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly

Sketches & Kicks is a live, silent auction social event where local artists create visual expression by sharing a piece from their sole on sneakers.
The event creates a platform where:

  1. Artists have an opportunity to promote themselves and be (filled)
  2. Guests can enjoy an evening of musical and visual artistic performances (energy exchange)
  3. Most importantly, guests and artists alike can donate shoes (share love) to the victims of sex trafficking in the Atlanta community.

We request that you bring a pair or two of gently worn sneakers. The sneaker designs will be auctioned upon completion during the event with 50% of the proceeds going to a nonprofit of sex trafficking and 50% to the artists.

Jan
25
Fri
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch

In this advanced class students will make either the Closet Case patterns Ginger Jeans or Cashmerette Ames Jeans over the course 3 sessions on a fun-filled jeans-making weekend. For Men, we also offer Thread Theory Quadro Jeans. Class will be begin on Friday 5:30-8:30 PM and continue Saturday and Sunday 11-5 PM.  Gingers and Ames jeans have a skinny, flattering fit designed for stretch denim. Your instructor will be in touch after you sign up to offer fitting and pre-cutting advice.

Note: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, please cut your pattern out before class. No need to stop by the shop, we will mail it to you approximately two weeks before class!  We encourage you to contact us before class if you need help cutting out your fabric. 

Skills you will learn:

In this class students will learn fitting tips and tricks to get the fit right, learn various seam finishes, learn to sew with a denim needle and thread, learn tidy topstitching, pocket assembly and proper placement, learning to sew a zip or button fly front, how to sew a neat waistband, how to apply rivets and hem your jeans.

Skills expected: This is an advanced class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level-3 class.

Materials needed: Denim for your size (see yardage based on measurements on the back of your pattern), 200 yards of denim topstitching thread. We have Cone Mills stretch denim that is perfect for these jeans.

Materials provided: Ginger or Ames jeans sewing pattern, a zipper or buttons for button fly and rivets, a sewing machine, thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 2 / Max 6

Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge

Come join us in celebrating the launch of Likewise Bar and Lounge!
After we thought long and hard about what Citizen Supply needed we came the obvious conclusion … a bar.
Jason Jimenez [of Kitchen Six and Homespun] and Ben Richardson [of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse] have helped us bring this dream to a reality.
All we need now is you! Be the first to taste the menu and enjoy some great company.
It’s gonna be a party ya’ll.

  • Party : 7-11pm [Maybe later]
  • DJ Esmé:  live 8-11pm

Every purchase at Likewise gets you entered to win fun prizes! All are welcome.

Jan
27
Sun
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books

Alright, people, are you sick and tired of struggling financially? Do you want to turn your hopeless future into a hope-filled, prosperous financial future? Then you have found the right solution. There’s light at the end of the tunnel leading you to a better outlook, and that light is Financial Hope.

You’ve heard the gamut of get-rich-quick schemes, promising riches but delivering false hope and empty bank accounts. If you are ready to stop doing what you’ve always done and start doing something different, then keep reading!

It’s a step-by-step plan for totally transforming your money habits and behaviors.Financial Hope will give you the ability to:

  • Develop a simple plan to get control of your finances – show your money who’s the boss
  • Destroy debt that is killing your dreams – student loans, cars, and everything in between
  • Build a large savings for unexpected events and wealth accumulation

This book will inspire, educate, and empower you to handle money wisely. If you’re looking for hope in your life – financially, relationally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually – then look no further. Meet the author at Posman Books on January 27th!

Jan
29
Tue
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch

This fold-over, zippered clutch is a great intro to sewing project! In this class you will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. You’ll also learn how to cut and pin fabric, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching, sewing curves and corners, and inserting a zipper. We’ll provide the pattern to cut and specific instructions to guide you along the way to make a useful and beautiful clutch.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line, pivot at corners & how to insert a zipper.

Skills expected: None!

Materials needed: 1/2 yard of fabric each for the Main fabric & Lining. Recommended fabrics include quilting cotton, linen, canvas, chambray. We have several suitable fabrics available for purchase in our shop online & in person.

Materials provided: A sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape, an iron, interfacing, and your zipper.

Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch

In two sessions* of this 8-hour class, you’ll learn to make the hugely popular Making Backpack by Noodlehead featured in the “Color” Issue of Making Magazine. A perfect carryall for school, work or play. The zipper top and closure keep things secure. There is also an interior zip pocket and exterior slip pocket. Adjustable straps make it wearable in any season, also features additional top handles. The finished measurements are approximately 11 ½” wide x 15” tall x 5” deep (29 cm x 38 cm x 12 cm). This bag looks fantastic in canvas, twill and especially our unique oilskin from Merchant and Mills.
*Sessions span 1/29 & 1/31

Skills expected: This is an intermediate class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level 2 class.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in this class are inserting zippers neatly, sewing on webbing, sewing in lining and basic hand sewing.

NOTE: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, cut your pattern out before class. We encourage you to stop into the shop before class for help cutting out your fabric if needed. 

Materials needed:

  • 1 yard (1 m) Exterior Fabric
  • 1 yard (1 m) Lining Fabric
  • 3 ½ (3.2 m) yards straight-grain ½” (12 mm) wide double fold binding

Hardware kit provided:

  • two 1 1/2″-wide rectangle rings
  • two 1 1/2″-wide strap sliders
  • 2 1/2 yards 1 1/2″-wide cotton webbing (for straps, etc.)
  • 1 1/8 yards 1″-wide cotton webbing (for handles, etc.)
  • 22″ zipper for top closure (head-to-head YKK metal zipper)
  • 8″ zipper (YKK) for interior zip pocket
  • small leather rectangle for optional front patch
Feb
1
Fri
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Feb 1 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan

Placita is back!!!

PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday’s (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later…everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE!

We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we’ll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We’ll see you this Friday! Wepa!!!

Feb
2
Sat
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch

Our essential shirt is a great beginner sewing class, introducing you to the world of garment sewing. In this 4-hour class you will learn to sew and make our Topstitch Essential Shirt pattern. You will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching and sewing along curves. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a the shirt. It is a boxy, kimono sleeved pullover. With no fitting challenges and no fiddly closures, it’s a perfect intro project. The pattern and sewing tools included at class. Fabric not included. Please bring 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric to class. It is best suited for fabrics such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen. NOTE: Fabric can shrink after washing so you may want a little more than 1.5 yds especially if your fabric has a width less than 50″. Ask a staff member if you’re unsure about your fabric shrinkage.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line and how to sew curves.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind!

Materials needed: 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen.

Materials provided: The Essential shirt sewing pattern, a sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

2019-10-26 13:00:00 2019-10-26 15:00:00 America/New_York Meet the Author: Richard Gnann Dreaming of the Redcoat Band is the true story of one child’s dream to march in Sanford Bulldog Stadium with the University of Georgia Redcoat Band. Dreaming of the Redcoat Band inspires children to follow their dreams and inspires parents to encourage childhood dreams. Dreaming of the Redcoat Band personifies the Redcoat Band legacy and draws the Redcoat Band even closer to the hearts of the Bulldog Nation. It is also an opportunity to give back to the band for the thrills of a lifetime in Sanford Stadium, as all profits generated from the book will be donated to the Redcoat Band. Meet the Author this book, Richard Gnann, at Posman Books Ponce City Market on October 26th from 1 pm - 3 pm. Posman Books
Graphic poster in stylized neon font with eerie backdrop reminiscent of 80s horror flicks.

October 26 | 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Neon Nightmare Halloween Party

The Roof

Join us as we transform The Roof into a dreamscape featuring spine-chilling slashers and a glowing graveyard inspired by scream queens and creepers of the 80’s. Besides setting the sinister scenery, expect a full lineup of libations for the loathed, and bites for unholy appetites. On the playful side, our boardwalk games will be stocked with spooky prizes AND we’re hosting a costume costume with $1,000 in cash prizes!
Early Bird tickets go on sale Friday the 13th, so come get spooky with us on Saturday, October 26th from 7-11pm for a Halloween party you will never forget! Live DJ and activities kick-off at 7pm*… It’s going to be KILLER.
*This is an indoor & outdoor event – We’ve got you covered!

Jan
22
Tue
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch

In this class you will learn the basics of sewing while sewing a reusable snack bag. This will include a short overview of the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, and straight stitching. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a super cute and functional snack bag. Its simple design is equally simple to make.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, and how to sew in a straight line.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind.

Materials needed: Two fabric pieces 1/2 yard for each piece (1 interior / 1 exterior). “Fat quarter” size is great! Suitable fabrics are quilting cotton.

Materials provided: Snack bag sewing pattern, a sewing machine, sewing thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, an iron and ironing board.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 3 / Max 6

Jan
23
Wed
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co

We will host a small group of ultra-beginners* here at the bakery to learn how to bake at home with sourdough starter. We will cover how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape, and bake your own loaf, and how to best utilize your home oven to produce crusty delicious results. We are limiting class size due to our small space, and to maximize hands-on bench-time with our lovely bakers!

You will take home:

  • A fresh loaf of sourdough that you’ve made!
  • A bit of active starter to keep you baking at home
  • Freshly milled whole wheat flour to feed your starter
  • Information packet including helpful tips and notes from the class
  • Replicable formula for homemade country sourdough bread*This class is intended for folks who have little to no experience with naturally leavened baking. We will cover all basics to build a confident foundation upon which you can explore later, more advanced classes that’ll be offered in forthcoming months! 
Jan
24
Thu
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly

Sketches & Kicks is a live, silent auction social event where local artists create visual expression by sharing a piece from their sole on sneakers.
The event creates a platform where:

  1. Artists have an opportunity to promote themselves and be (filled)
  2. Guests can enjoy an evening of musical and visual artistic performances (energy exchange)
  3. Most importantly, guests and artists alike can donate shoes (share love) to the victims of sex trafficking in the Atlanta community.

We request that you bring a pair or two of gently worn sneakers. The sneaker designs will be auctioned upon completion during the event with 50% of the proceeds going to a nonprofit of sex trafficking and 50% to the artists.

Jan
25
Fri
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch

In this advanced class students will make either the Closet Case patterns Ginger Jeans or Cashmerette Ames Jeans over the course 3 sessions on a fun-filled jeans-making weekend. For Men, we also offer Thread Theory Quadro Jeans. Class will be begin on Friday 5:30-8:30 PM and continue Saturday and Sunday 11-5 PM.  Gingers and Ames jeans have a skinny, flattering fit designed for stretch denim. Your instructor will be in touch after you sign up to offer fitting and pre-cutting advice.

Note: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, please cut your pattern out before class. No need to stop by the shop, we will mail it to you approximately two weeks before class!  We encourage you to contact us before class if you need help cutting out your fabric. 

Skills you will learn:

In this class students will learn fitting tips and tricks to get the fit right, learn various seam finishes, learn to sew with a denim needle and thread, learn tidy topstitching, pocket assembly and proper placement, learning to sew a zip or button fly front, how to sew a neat waistband, how to apply rivets and hem your jeans.

Skills expected: This is an advanced class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level-3 class.

Materials needed: Denim for your size (see yardage based on measurements on the back of your pattern), 200 yards of denim topstitching thread. We have Cone Mills stretch denim that is perfect for these jeans.

Materials provided: Ginger or Ames jeans sewing pattern, a zipper or buttons for button fly and rivets, a sewing machine, thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 2 / Max 6

Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge

Come join us in celebrating the launch of Likewise Bar and Lounge!
After we thought long and hard about what Citizen Supply needed we came the obvious conclusion … a bar.
Jason Jimenez [of Kitchen Six and Homespun] and Ben Richardson [of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse] have helped us bring this dream to a reality.
All we need now is you! Be the first to taste the menu and enjoy some great company.
It’s gonna be a party ya’ll.

  • Party : 7-11pm [Maybe later]
  • DJ Esmé:  live 8-11pm

Every purchase at Likewise gets you entered to win fun prizes! All are welcome.

Jan
27
Sun
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books

Alright, people, are you sick and tired of struggling financially? Do you want to turn your hopeless future into a hope-filled, prosperous financial future? Then you have found the right solution. There’s light at the end of the tunnel leading you to a better outlook, and that light is Financial Hope.

You’ve heard the gamut of get-rich-quick schemes, promising riches but delivering false hope and empty bank accounts. If you are ready to stop doing what you’ve always done and start doing something different, then keep reading!

It’s a step-by-step plan for totally transforming your money habits and behaviors.Financial Hope will give you the ability to:

  • Develop a simple plan to get control of your finances – show your money who’s the boss
  • Destroy debt that is killing your dreams – student loans, cars, and everything in between
  • Build a large savings for unexpected events and wealth accumulation

This book will inspire, educate, and empower you to handle money wisely. If you’re looking for hope in your life – financially, relationally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually – then look no further. Meet the author at Posman Books on January 27th!

Jan
29
Tue
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch

This fold-over, zippered clutch is a great intro to sewing project! In this class you will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. You’ll also learn how to cut and pin fabric, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching, sewing curves and corners, and inserting a zipper. We’ll provide the pattern to cut and specific instructions to guide you along the way to make a useful and beautiful clutch.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line, pivot at corners & how to insert a zipper.

Skills expected: None!

Materials needed: 1/2 yard of fabric each for the Main fabric & Lining. Recommended fabrics include quilting cotton, linen, canvas, chambray. We have several suitable fabrics available for purchase in our shop online & in person.

Materials provided: A sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape, an iron, interfacing, and your zipper.

Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch

In two sessions* of this 8-hour class, you’ll learn to make the hugely popular Making Backpack by Noodlehead featured in the “Color” Issue of Making Magazine. A perfect carryall for school, work or play. The zipper top and closure keep things secure. There is also an interior zip pocket and exterior slip pocket. Adjustable straps make it wearable in any season, also features additional top handles. The finished measurements are approximately 11 ½” wide x 15” tall x 5” deep (29 cm x 38 cm x 12 cm). This bag looks fantastic in canvas, twill and especially our unique oilskin from Merchant and Mills.
*Sessions span 1/29 & 1/31

Skills expected: This is an intermediate class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level 2 class.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in this class are inserting zippers neatly, sewing on webbing, sewing in lining and basic hand sewing.

NOTE: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, cut your pattern out before class. We encourage you to stop into the shop before class for help cutting out your fabric if needed. 

Materials needed:

  • 1 yard (1 m) Exterior Fabric
  • 1 yard (1 m) Lining Fabric
  • 3 ½ (3.2 m) yards straight-grain ½” (12 mm) wide double fold binding

Hardware kit provided:

  • two 1 1/2″-wide rectangle rings
  • two 1 1/2″-wide strap sliders
  • 2 1/2 yards 1 1/2″-wide cotton webbing (for straps, etc.)
  • 1 1/8 yards 1″-wide cotton webbing (for handles, etc.)
  • 22″ zipper for top closure (head-to-head YKK metal zipper)
  • 8″ zipper (YKK) for interior zip pocket
  • small leather rectangle for optional front patch
Feb
1
Fri
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Feb 1 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan

Placita is back!!!

PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday’s (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later…everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE!

We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we’ll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We’ll see you this Friday! Wepa!!!

Feb
2
Sat
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch

Our essential shirt is a great beginner sewing class, introducing you to the world of garment sewing. In this 4-hour class you will learn to sew and make our Topstitch Essential Shirt pattern. You will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching and sewing along curves. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a the shirt. It is a boxy, kimono sleeved pullover. With no fitting challenges and no fiddly closures, it’s a perfect intro project. The pattern and sewing tools included at class. Fabric not included. Please bring 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric to class. It is best suited for fabrics such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen. NOTE: Fabric can shrink after washing so you may want a little more than 1.5 yds especially if your fabric has a width less than 50″. Ask a staff member if you’re unsure about your fabric shrinkage.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line and how to sew curves.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind!

Materials needed: 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen.

Materials provided: The Essential shirt sewing pattern, a sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

2019-10-26 19:00:00 2019-10-26 23:00:00 America/New_York Neon Nightmare Halloween Party Join us as we transform The Roof into a dreamscape featuring spine-chilling slashers and a glowing graveyard inspired by scream queens and creepers of the 80's. Besides setting the sinister scenery, expect a full lineup of libations for the loathed, and bites for unholy appetites. On the playful side, our boardwalk games will be stocked with spooky prizes AND we're hosting a costume costume with $1,000 in cash prizes! Early Bird tickets go on sale Friday the 13th, so come get spooky with us on Saturday, October 26th from 7-11pm for a Halloween party you will never forget! Live DJ and activities kick-off at 7pm*... It's going to be KILLER. *This is an indoor & outdoor event - We've got you covered! The Roof
Retriever wearing sunflower costume

October 27 | 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Doggies on the Beltline

The Shed

Jan
22
Tue
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch

In this class you will learn the basics of sewing while sewing a reusable snack bag. This will include a short overview of the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, and straight stitching. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a super cute and functional snack bag. Its simple design is equally simple to make.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, and how to sew in a straight line.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind.

Materials needed: Two fabric pieces 1/2 yard for each piece (1 interior / 1 exterior). “Fat quarter” size is great! Suitable fabrics are quilting cotton.

Materials provided: Snack bag sewing pattern, a sewing machine, sewing thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, an iron and ironing board.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 3 / Max 6

Jan
23
Wed
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co

We will host a small group of ultra-beginners* here at the bakery to learn how to bake at home with sourdough starter. We will cover how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape, and bake your own loaf, and how to best utilize your home oven to produce crusty delicious results. We are limiting class size due to our small space, and to maximize hands-on bench-time with our lovely bakers!

You will take home:

  • A fresh loaf of sourdough that you’ve made!
  • A bit of active starter to keep you baking at home
  • Freshly milled whole wheat flour to feed your starter
  • Information packet including helpful tips and notes from the class
  • Replicable formula for homemade country sourdough bread*This class is intended for folks who have little to no experience with naturally leavened baking. We will cover all basics to build a confident foundation upon which you can explore later, more advanced classes that’ll be offered in forthcoming months! 
Jan
24
Thu
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly

Sketches & Kicks is a live, silent auction social event where local artists create visual expression by sharing a piece from their sole on sneakers.
The event creates a platform where:

  1. Artists have an opportunity to promote themselves and be (filled)
  2. Guests can enjoy an evening of musical and visual artistic performances (energy exchange)
  3. Most importantly, guests and artists alike can donate shoes (share love) to the victims of sex trafficking in the Atlanta community.

We request that you bring a pair or two of gently worn sneakers. The sneaker designs will be auctioned upon completion during the event with 50% of the proceeds going to a nonprofit of sex trafficking and 50% to the artists.

Jan
25
Fri
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch

In this advanced class students will make either the Closet Case patterns Ginger Jeans or Cashmerette Ames Jeans over the course 3 sessions on a fun-filled jeans-making weekend. For Men, we also offer Thread Theory Quadro Jeans. Class will be begin on Friday 5:30-8:30 PM and continue Saturday and Sunday 11-5 PM.  Gingers and Ames jeans have a skinny, flattering fit designed for stretch denim. Your instructor will be in touch after you sign up to offer fitting and pre-cutting advice.

Note: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, please cut your pattern out before class. No need to stop by the shop, we will mail it to you approximately two weeks before class!  We encourage you to contact us before class if you need help cutting out your fabric. 

Skills you will learn:

In this class students will learn fitting tips and tricks to get the fit right, learn various seam finishes, learn to sew with a denim needle and thread, learn tidy topstitching, pocket assembly and proper placement, learning to sew a zip or button fly front, how to sew a neat waistband, how to apply rivets and hem your jeans.

Skills expected: This is an advanced class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level-3 class.

Materials needed: Denim for your size (see yardage based on measurements on the back of your pattern), 200 yards of denim topstitching thread. We have Cone Mills stretch denim that is perfect for these jeans.

Materials provided: Ginger or Ames jeans sewing pattern, a zipper or buttons for button fly and rivets, a sewing machine, thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 2 / Max 6

Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge

Come join us in celebrating the launch of Likewise Bar and Lounge!
After we thought long and hard about what Citizen Supply needed we came the obvious conclusion … a bar.
Jason Jimenez [of Kitchen Six and Homespun] and Ben Richardson [of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse] have helped us bring this dream to a reality.
All we need now is you! Be the first to taste the menu and enjoy some great company.
It’s gonna be a party ya’ll.

  • Party : 7-11pm [Maybe later]
  • DJ Esmé:  live 8-11pm

Every purchase at Likewise gets you entered to win fun prizes! All are welcome.

Jan
27
Sun
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books

Alright, people, are you sick and tired of struggling financially? Do you want to turn your hopeless future into a hope-filled, prosperous financial future? Then you have found the right solution. There’s light at the end of the tunnel leading you to a better outlook, and that light is Financial Hope.

You’ve heard the gamut of get-rich-quick schemes, promising riches but delivering false hope and empty bank accounts. If you are ready to stop doing what you’ve always done and start doing something different, then keep reading!

It’s a step-by-step plan for totally transforming your money habits and behaviors.Financial Hope will give you the ability to:

  • Develop a simple plan to get control of your finances – show your money who’s the boss
  • Destroy debt that is killing your dreams – student loans, cars, and everything in between
  • Build a large savings for unexpected events and wealth accumulation

This book will inspire, educate, and empower you to handle money wisely. If you’re looking for hope in your life – financially, relationally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually – then look no further. Meet the author at Posman Books on January 27th!

Jan
29
Tue
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch

This fold-over, zippered clutch is a great intro to sewing project! In this class you will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. You’ll also learn how to cut and pin fabric, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching, sewing curves and corners, and inserting a zipper. We’ll provide the pattern to cut and specific instructions to guide you along the way to make a useful and beautiful clutch.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line, pivot at corners & how to insert a zipper.

Skills expected: None!

Materials needed: 1/2 yard of fabric each for the Main fabric & Lining. Recommended fabrics include quilting cotton, linen, canvas, chambray. We have several suitable fabrics available for purchase in our shop online & in person.

Materials provided: A sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape, an iron, interfacing, and your zipper.

Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch

In two sessions* of this 8-hour class, you’ll learn to make the hugely popular Making Backpack by Noodlehead featured in the “Color” Issue of Making Magazine. A perfect carryall for school, work or play. The zipper top and closure keep things secure. There is also an interior zip pocket and exterior slip pocket. Adjustable straps make it wearable in any season, also features additional top handles. The finished measurements are approximately 11 ½” wide x 15” tall x 5” deep (29 cm x 38 cm x 12 cm). This bag looks fantastic in canvas, twill and especially our unique oilskin from Merchant and Mills.
*Sessions span 1/29 & 1/31

Skills expected: This is an intermediate class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level 2 class.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in this class are inserting zippers neatly, sewing on webbing, sewing in lining and basic hand sewing.

NOTE: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, cut your pattern out before class. We encourage you to stop into the shop before class for help cutting out your fabric if needed. 

Materials needed:

  • 1 yard (1 m) Exterior Fabric
  • 1 yard (1 m) Lining Fabric
  • 3 ½ (3.2 m) yards straight-grain ½” (12 mm) wide double fold binding

Hardware kit provided:

  • two 1 1/2″-wide rectangle rings
  • two 1 1/2″-wide strap sliders
  • 2 1/2 yards 1 1/2″-wide cotton webbing (for straps, etc.)
  • 1 1/8 yards 1″-wide cotton webbing (for handles, etc.)
  • 22″ zipper for top closure (head-to-head YKK metal zipper)
  • 8″ zipper (YKK) for interior zip pocket
  • small leather rectangle for optional front patch
Feb
1
Fri
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Feb 1 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan

Placita is back!!!

PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday’s (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later…everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE!

We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we’ll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We’ll see you this Friday! Wepa!!!

Feb
2
Sat
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch

Our essential shirt is a great beginner sewing class, introducing you to the world of garment sewing. In this 4-hour class you will learn to sew and make our Topstitch Essential Shirt pattern. You will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching and sewing along curves. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a the shirt. It is a boxy, kimono sleeved pullover. With no fitting challenges and no fiddly closures, it’s a perfect intro project. The pattern and sewing tools included at class. Fabric not included. Please bring 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric to class. It is best suited for fabrics such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen. NOTE: Fabric can shrink after washing so you may want a little more than 1.5 yds especially if your fabric has a width less than 50″. Ask a staff member if you’re unsure about your fabric shrinkage.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line and how to sew curves.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind!

Materials needed: 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen.

Materials provided: The Essential shirt sewing pattern, a sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

2019-10-27 13:00:00 2019-10-27 15:00:00 America/New_York Doggies on the Beltline The Shed
Close-up shot of farmers crates full of fresh greens

October 29 | 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm

PCM Community Farmers Market

The Shed

Located under “The Shed” on the BeltLine entrance of Ponce City Market, the Ponce City Farmers Market  is the only farmers market in Georgia primarily attended by pedestrians and cyclists. The market is held seasonally on Tuesday evenings, and hosts some of Atlanta’s finest local food talent, including urban farmers, artisanal food makers, as well as pop-up chefs. Our market is a producer-only market, meaning that vendors sell only products that they grow or produce themselves. Our farmers use organic practices (some going even beyond organic) to help steward the earth while producing the freshest and most nutritious food available in Georgia. Look for veggies and fruits, pasture-raised eggs and meats, alongside artisanal food vendors and natural beauty-care vendors.

We encourage shoppers to access the market by walking or biking on the Beltline or park at Ponce City Market. Parking is complimentary for farmers market shoppers in the lots in front of Mountain High Outfitters. Market shoppers can receive one hour of free parking in these lots by choosing zone 22200 and inputting the code FARMERS2018 in the Park Mobile app. This is only valid during market.

Jan
22
Tue
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch

In this class you will learn the basics of sewing while sewing a reusable snack bag. This will include a short overview of the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, and straight stitching. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a super cute and functional snack bag. Its simple design is equally simple to make.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, and how to sew in a straight line.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind.

Materials needed: Two fabric pieces 1/2 yard for each piece (1 interior / 1 exterior). “Fat quarter” size is great! Suitable fabrics are quilting cotton.

Materials provided: Snack bag sewing pattern, a sewing machine, sewing thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, an iron and ironing board.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 3 / Max 6

Jan
23
Wed
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co

We will host a small group of ultra-beginners* here at the bakery to learn how to bake at home with sourdough starter. We will cover how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape, and bake your own loaf, and how to best utilize your home oven to produce crusty delicious results. We are limiting class size due to our small space, and to maximize hands-on bench-time with our lovely bakers!

You will take home:

  • A fresh loaf of sourdough that you’ve made!
  • A bit of active starter to keep you baking at home
  • Freshly milled whole wheat flour to feed your starter
  • Information packet including helpful tips and notes from the class
  • Replicable formula for homemade country sourdough bread*This class is intended for folks who have little to no experience with naturally leavened baking. We will cover all basics to build a confident foundation upon which you can explore later, more advanced classes that’ll be offered in forthcoming months! 
Jan
24
Thu
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly

Sketches & Kicks is a live, silent auction social event where local artists create visual expression by sharing a piece from their sole on sneakers.
The event creates a platform where:

  1. Artists have an opportunity to promote themselves and be (filled)
  2. Guests can enjoy an evening of musical and visual artistic performances (energy exchange)
  3. Most importantly, guests and artists alike can donate shoes (share love) to the victims of sex trafficking in the Atlanta community.

We request that you bring a pair or two of gently worn sneakers. The sneaker designs will be auctioned upon completion during the event with 50% of the proceeds going to a nonprofit of sex trafficking and 50% to the artists.

Jan
25
Fri
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch

In this advanced class students will make either the Closet Case patterns Ginger Jeans or Cashmerette Ames Jeans over the course 3 sessions on a fun-filled jeans-making weekend. For Men, we also offer Thread Theory Quadro Jeans. Class will be begin on Friday 5:30-8:30 PM and continue Saturday and Sunday 11-5 PM.  Gingers and Ames jeans have a skinny, flattering fit designed for stretch denim. Your instructor will be in touch after you sign up to offer fitting and pre-cutting advice.

Note: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, please cut your pattern out before class. No need to stop by the shop, we will mail it to you approximately two weeks before class!  We encourage you to contact us before class if you need help cutting out your fabric. 

Skills you will learn:

In this class students will learn fitting tips and tricks to get the fit right, learn various seam finishes, learn to sew with a denim needle and thread, learn tidy topstitching, pocket assembly and proper placement, learning to sew a zip or button fly front, how to sew a neat waistband, how to apply rivets and hem your jeans.

Skills expected: This is an advanced class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level-3 class.

Materials needed: Denim for your size (see yardage based on measurements on the back of your pattern), 200 yards of denim topstitching thread. We have Cone Mills stretch denim that is perfect for these jeans.

Materials provided: Ginger or Ames jeans sewing pattern, a zipper or buttons for button fly and rivets, a sewing machine, thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 2 / Max 6

Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge

Come join us in celebrating the launch of Likewise Bar and Lounge!
After we thought long and hard about what Citizen Supply needed we came the obvious conclusion … a bar.
Jason Jimenez [of Kitchen Six and Homespun] and Ben Richardson [of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse] have helped us bring this dream to a reality.
All we need now is you! Be the first to taste the menu and enjoy some great company.
It’s gonna be a party ya’ll.

  • Party : 7-11pm [Maybe later]
  • DJ Esmé:  live 8-11pm

Every purchase at Likewise gets you entered to win fun prizes! All are welcome.

Jan
27
Sun
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books

Alright, people, are you sick and tired of struggling financially? Do you want to turn your hopeless future into a hope-filled, prosperous financial future? Then you have found the right solution. There’s light at the end of the tunnel leading you to a better outlook, and that light is Financial Hope.

You’ve heard the gamut of get-rich-quick schemes, promising riches but delivering false hope and empty bank accounts. If you are ready to stop doing what you’ve always done and start doing something different, then keep reading!

It’s a step-by-step plan for totally transforming your money habits and behaviors.Financial Hope will give you the ability to:

  • Develop a simple plan to get control of your finances – show your money who’s the boss
  • Destroy debt that is killing your dreams – student loans, cars, and everything in between
  • Build a large savings for unexpected events and wealth accumulation

This book will inspire, educate, and empower you to handle money wisely. If you’re looking for hope in your life – financially, relationally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually – then look no further. Meet the author at Posman Books on January 27th!

Jan
29
Tue
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch

This fold-over, zippered clutch is a great intro to sewing project! In this class you will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. You’ll also learn how to cut and pin fabric, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching, sewing curves and corners, and inserting a zipper. We’ll provide the pattern to cut and specific instructions to guide you along the way to make a useful and beautiful clutch.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line, pivot at corners & how to insert a zipper.

Skills expected: None!

Materials needed: 1/2 yard of fabric each for the Main fabric & Lining. Recommended fabrics include quilting cotton, linen, canvas, chambray. We have several suitable fabrics available for purchase in our shop online & in person.

Materials provided: A sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape, an iron, interfacing, and your zipper.

Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch

In two sessions* of this 8-hour class, you’ll learn to make the hugely popular Making Backpack by Noodlehead featured in the “Color” Issue of Making Magazine. A perfect carryall for school, work or play. The zipper top and closure keep things secure. There is also an interior zip pocket and exterior slip pocket. Adjustable straps make it wearable in any season, also features additional top handles. The finished measurements are approximately 11 ½” wide x 15” tall x 5” deep (29 cm x 38 cm x 12 cm). This bag looks fantastic in canvas, twill and especially our unique oilskin from Merchant and Mills.
*Sessions span 1/29 & 1/31

Skills expected: This is an intermediate class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level 2 class.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in this class are inserting zippers neatly, sewing on webbing, sewing in lining and basic hand sewing.

NOTE: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, cut your pattern out before class. We encourage you to stop into the shop before class for help cutting out your fabric if needed. 

Materials needed:

  • 1 yard (1 m) Exterior Fabric
  • 1 yard (1 m) Lining Fabric
  • 3 ½ (3.2 m) yards straight-grain ½” (12 mm) wide double fold binding

Hardware kit provided:

  • two 1 1/2″-wide rectangle rings
  • two 1 1/2″-wide strap sliders
  • 2 1/2 yards 1 1/2″-wide cotton webbing (for straps, etc.)
  • 1 1/8 yards 1″-wide cotton webbing (for handles, etc.)
  • 22″ zipper for top closure (head-to-head YKK metal zipper)
  • 8″ zipper (YKK) for interior zip pocket
  • small leather rectangle for optional front patch
Feb
1
Fri
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan
Feb 1 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Placita Friday @ El Super Pan

Placita is back!!!

PLACITA aka La Plaza de Santurce in PR is a open air block of restaurants and bars centered by the Farmers Market where the people of San Juan meet on weekends to eat, drink, dance and socialize. On Friday’s (most popular Placita day) the crowds start arriving after work 5pm and it goes on till 4am or later…everyone from teenagers to grandpas hang out together and celebrate LIFE!

We are Super excited to bring you Placita ATL this Friday. Come party with us at Ponce City Market. As always, we’ll have tasty libations from Don Q and delicious Puerto Rican inspired tapas. Where else in Atlanta can you groove to great tunes, while holding a Don Q cocktail in one hand and a Bacalaito in the other? No where! Only in Placita! We’ll see you this Friday! Wepa!!!

Feb
2
Sat
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Topstitch Beginner Class: Essential Shirt @ Topstitch

Our essential shirt is a great beginner sewing class, introducing you to the world of garment sewing. In this 4-hour class you will learn to sew and make our Topstitch Essential Shirt pattern. You will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching and sewing along curves. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a the shirt. It is a boxy, kimono sleeved pullover. With no fitting challenges and no fiddly closures, it’s a perfect intro project. The pattern and sewing tools included at class. Fabric not included. Please bring 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric to class. It is best suited for fabrics such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen. NOTE: Fabric can shrink after washing so you may want a little more than 1.5 yds especially if your fabric has a width less than 50″. Ask a staff member if you’re unsure about your fabric shrinkage.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line and how to sew curves.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind!

Materials needed: 1.5 yards of pre-washed fabric such as cotton lawn, double gauze, voile or linen.

Materials provided: The Essential shirt sewing pattern, a sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

2019-10-29 16:00:00 2019-10-29 20:00:00 America/New_York PCM Community Farmers Market Located under “The Shed” on the BeltLine entrance of Ponce City Market, the Ponce City Farmers Market  is the only farmers market in Georgia primarily attended by pedestrians and cyclists. The market is held seasonally on Tuesday evenings, and hosts some of Atlanta’s finest local food talent, including urban farmers, artisanal food makers, as well as pop-up chefs. Our market is a producer-only market, meaning that vendors sell only products that they grow or produce themselves. Our farmers use organic practices (some going even beyond organic) to help steward the earth while producing the freshest and most nutritious food available in Georgia. Look for veggies and fruits, pasture-raised eggs and meats, alongside artisanal food vendors and natural beauty-care vendors. We encourage shoppers to access the market by walking or biking on the Beltline or park at Ponce City Market. Parking is complimentary for farmers market shoppers in the lots in front of Mountain High Outfitters. Market shoppers can receive one hour of free parking in these lots by choosing zone 22200 and inputting the code FARMERS2018 in the Park Mobile app. This is only valid during market. The Shed
Event details listed next to photo of floral workshop table

October 31 | 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

JJ’s Flower Hour

JJ's Flower Shop

Gather together and build beautiful floral arrangements from JJ’s new shop inside of Ponce City Market. JJ’s provides the flowers, a vase, all supplies, and instruction. Grab a cocktail or growler at your favorite PCM restaurant to sip on during the workshop! This is a weekly, intimate workshop capped at 5 people. If you have 5 pals, bring ’em with you and you’ve got a private workshop! If not, you’ll be paired with 4 of your new best friends.

Jan
22
Tue
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch
Jan 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Topstitch Learn To Sew @ Topstitch

In this class you will learn the basics of sewing while sewing a reusable snack bag. This will include a short overview of the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine. Once you’ve threaded the machine you’ll learn how to cut out your pattern, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, and straight stitching. We’ll provide the pattern and specific instructions and guide you along the way to make a super cute and functional snack bag. Its simple design is equally simple to make.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, and how to sew in a straight line.

Skills expected: None, just an open mind.

Materials needed: Two fabric pieces 1/2 yard for each piece (1 interior / 1 exterior). “Fat quarter” size is great! Suitable fabrics are quilting cotton.

Materials provided: Snack bag sewing pattern, a sewing machine, sewing thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, an iron and ironing board.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 3 / Max 6

Jan
23
Wed
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Baking 101 @ Root Baking Co

We will host a small group of ultra-beginners* here at the bakery to learn how to bake at home with sourdough starter. We will cover how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape, and bake your own loaf, and how to best utilize your home oven to produce crusty delicious results. We are limiting class size due to our small space, and to maximize hands-on bench-time with our lovely bakers!

You will take home:

  • A fresh loaf of sourdough that you’ve made!
  • A bit of active starter to keep you baking at home
  • Freshly milled whole wheat flour to feed your starter
  • Information packet including helpful tips and notes from the class
  • Replicable formula for homemade country sourdough bread*This class is intended for folks who have little to no experience with naturally leavened baking. We will cover all basics to build a confident foundation upon which you can explore later, more advanced classes that’ll be offered in forthcoming months! 
Jan
24
Thu
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sketches & Kicks @ General Assembly

Sketches & Kicks is a live, silent auction social event where local artists create visual expression by sharing a piece from their sole on sneakers.
The event creates a platform where:

  1. Artists have an opportunity to promote themselves and be (filled)
  2. Guests can enjoy an evening of musical and visual artistic performances (energy exchange)
  3. Most importantly, guests and artists alike can donate shoes (share love) to the victims of sex trafficking in the Atlanta community.

We request that you bring a pair or two of gently worn sneakers. The sneaker designs will be auctioned upon completion during the event with 50% of the proceeds going to a nonprofit of sex trafficking and 50% to the artists.

Jan
25
Fri
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Advanced Jeans-Making Weekend @ Topstitch

In this advanced class students will make either the Closet Case patterns Ginger Jeans or Cashmerette Ames Jeans over the course 3 sessions on a fun-filled jeans-making weekend. For Men, we also offer Thread Theory Quadro Jeans. Class will be begin on Friday 5:30-8:30 PM and continue Saturday and Sunday 11-5 PM.  Gingers and Ames jeans have a skinny, flattering fit designed for stretch denim. Your instructor will be in touch after you sign up to offer fitting and pre-cutting advice.

Note: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, please cut your pattern out before class. No need to stop by the shop, we will mail it to you approximately two weeks before class!  We encourage you to contact us before class if you need help cutting out your fabric. 

Skills you will learn:

In this class students will learn fitting tips and tricks to get the fit right, learn various seam finishes, learn to sew with a denim needle and thread, learn tidy topstitching, pocket assembly and proper placement, learning to sew a zip or button fly front, how to sew a neat waistband, how to apply rivets and hem your jeans.

Skills expected: This is an advanced class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level-3 class.

Materials needed: Denim for your size (see yardage based on measurements on the back of your pattern), 200 yards of denim topstitching thread. We have Cone Mills stretch denim that is perfect for these jeans.

Materials provided: Ginger or Ames jeans sewing pattern, a zipper or buttons for button fly and rivets, a sewing machine, thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape and an iron.

Minimum and max number of people for class: Min 2 / Max 6

Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Likewise Bar & Lounge Launch @ Likewise Bar & Lounge

Come join us in celebrating the launch of Likewise Bar and Lounge!
After we thought long and hard about what Citizen Supply needed we came the obvious conclusion … a bar.
Jason Jimenez [of Kitchen Six and Homespun] and Ben Richardson [of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse] have helped us bring this dream to a reality.
All we need now is you! Be the first to taste the menu and enjoy some great company.
It’s gonna be a party ya’ll.

  • Party : 7-11pm [Maybe later]
  • DJ Esmé:  live 8-11pm

Every purchase at Likewise gets you entered to win fun prizes! All are welcome.

Jan
27
Sun
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Financial Hope Book Tour @ Posman Books

Alright, people, are you sick and tired of struggling financially? Do you want to turn your hopeless future into a hope-filled, prosperous financial future? Then you have found the right solution. There’s light at the end of the tunnel leading you to a better outlook, and that light is Financial Hope.

You’ve heard the gamut of get-rich-quick schemes, promising riches but delivering false hope and empty bank accounts. If you are ready to stop doing what you’ve always done and start doing something different, then keep reading!

It’s a step-by-step plan for totally transforming your money habits and behaviors.Financial Hope will give you the ability to:

  • Develop a simple plan to get control of your finances – show your money who’s the boss
  • Destroy debt that is killing your dreams – student loans, cars, and everything in between
  • Build a large savings for unexpected events and wealth accumulation

This book will inspire, educate, and empower you to handle money wisely. If you’re looking for hope in your life – financially, relationally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually – then look no further. Meet the author at Posman Books on January 27th!

Jan
29
Tue
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Topstitch Intro Sewing: Clutch @ Topstitch

This fold-over, zippered clutch is a great intro to sewing project! In this class you will learn all the basics of sewing, including learning the parts of the sewing machine and how to use them, learn how to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and troubleshoot common issues. You’ll also learn how to cut and pin fabric, learn the basics of understanding seam allowance, straight stitching, sewing curves and corners, and inserting a zipper. We’ll provide the pattern to cut and specific instructions to guide you along the way to make a useful and beautiful clutch.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in the class are how to understand a sewing machine, the concept of seam allowance and how to sew to a particular seam allowance, how to pin and cut fabric, how to sew in a straight line, pivot at corners & how to insert a zipper.

Skills expected: None!

Materials needed: 1/2 yard of fabric each for the Main fabric & Lining. Recommended fabrics include quilting cotton, linen, canvas, chambray. We have several suitable fabrics available for purchase in our shop online & in person.

Materials provided: A sewing machine, coordinating thread, fabric shears, pins, marking tools, measuring tape, an iron, interfacing, and your zipper.

Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Making Backpack w/Topstitch @ TopStitch

In two sessions* of this 8-hour class, you’ll learn to make the hugely popular Making Backpack by Noodlehead featured in the “Color” Issue of Making Magazine. A perfect carryall for school, work or play. The zipper top and closure keep things secure. There is also an interior zip pocket and exterior slip pocket. Adjustable straps make it wearable in any season, also features additional top handles. The finished measurements are approximately 11 ½” wide x 15” tall x 5” deep (29 cm x 38 cm x 12 cm). This bag looks fantastic in canvas, twill and especially our unique oilskin from Merchant and Mills.
*Sessions span 1/29 & 1/31

Skills expected: This is an intermediate class. Please be sure you have experience equivalent to a level 2 class.

Skills you will learn: The skills you will learn in this class are inserting zippers neatly, sewing on webbing, sewing in lining and basic hand sewing.

NOTE: To save time and space for your fellow sewists, cut your pattern out before class. We encourage you to stop into the shop before class for help cutting out your fabric if needed. 

Materials needed:

  • 1 yard (1 m) Exterior Fabric
  • 1 yard (1 m) Lining Fabric
  • 3 ½ (3.2 m) yards straight-grain ½” (12 mm) wide double fold binding

Hardware kit provided:

  • two 1 1/2″-wide rectangle rings
  • two 1 1/2″-wide strap sliders
  • 2 1/2 yards 1 1/2″-wide cotton webbing (for straps, etc.)
  • 1 1/8 yards 1″-wide cotton webbing (for handles, etc.)
  • 22″ zipper for top closure (head-to-head YKK metal zipper)
  • 8″ zipper (YKK) for interior zip pocket
  • small leather rectangle for optional front patch