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September 22 | 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

The Plate Sale Sunday Supper

Root Baking Co.

Join The Plate Sale for Sunday Supper at Root Baking Co.  featuring friends, Bryan Furman of B’s Cracklin’ BBQ and Erika Council of Bomb Biscuits.  Expect an evening with plates on the table like at Grandmas house , a special Creature Comforts beer menu and other beverages served a la carte. Come hungry and ready to enjoy dishes celebrating food of the South. Dinner is served each hour, between 6-9PM.  Reserve your seat now for a soulful evening that you don’t want to miss. Once your reservation is made, we will contact you in regards to your seat and accommodations!

2019-09-22 18:00:00 2019-09-22 21:00:00 America/New_York The Plate Sale Sunday Supper Join The Plate Sale for Sunday Supper at Root Baking Co.  featuring friends, Bryan Furman of B's Cracklin' BBQ and Erika Council of Bomb Biscuits.  Expect an evening with plates on the table like at Grandmas house , a special Creature Comforts beer menu and other beverages served a la carte. Come hungry and ready to enjoy dishes celebrating food of the South. Dinner is served each hour, between 6-9PM.  Reserve your seat now for a soulful evening that you don't want to miss. Once your reservation is made, we will contact you in regards to your seat and accommodations! Root Baking Co.
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September 22 | 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

Sunday School: Attachments in Romantic Relationships

Modern Mystic Shop

Modern Mystic Sunday School series offers free, 1-hour educational classes every Sunday at 11 a.m. covering various metaphysical topics.
In this class, Katie Bonanno teaches how important attachment is for adults and the types of attachments styles that exist.

2019-09-22 11:00:00 2019-09-22 12:00:00 America/New_York Sunday School: Attachments in Romantic Relationships Modern Mystic Sunday School series offers free, 1-hour educational classes every Sunday at 11 a.m. covering various metaphysical topics. In this class, Katie Bonanno teaches how important attachment is for adults and the types of attachments styles that exist. Modern Mystic Shop
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September 24 | 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.

2019-09-24 16:00:00 2019-09-24 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
Close-up photo of raviolis made in the class.

September 26 | 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Filled Pasta Class

Bellina Alimentari

Join us for part two of our two-part series on perfecting your skills with filled pasta making! Step up your game with making hand-made filled pasta shapes in a step-by-step class with Bellina Alimentari’s culinary team. Roll pre-made pasta dough and build the perfect custom filling to seal into your handcrafted shapes. Once prepared, enjoy a class tasting. Participants will also be able to take home their freshly made creations!

2019-09-26 18:30:00 2019-09-26 20:30:00 America/New_York Filled Pasta Class Join us for part two of our two-part series on perfecting your skills with filled pasta making! Step up your game with making hand-made filled pasta shapes in a step-by-step class with Bellina Alimentari’s culinary team. Roll pre-made pasta dough and build the perfect custom filling to seal into your handcrafted shapes. Once prepared, enjoy a class tasting. Participants will also be able to take home their freshly made creations! Bellina Alimentari
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September 26 | 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

FLUX Projects

FLUX: Ponce City Market, an art event exploring the iconic community hub as a playground of acoustic space, announces the lineup of featured exhibition artists. Each year, FLUX explores a select site through temporary public art projects, and this year’s artists will “turn up the volume” of Ponce City Market – manifesting the sonic qualities of the building in engaging, unexpected ways and bringing awareness to how the building exists around us and reacts to our presence – during the exhibition held this September 26 through 29.

Produced by Flux Projects and curated by artist and musician Ben Coleman, the event will feature works incorporating sound as the primary medium from artists including the following:

  • Eli Keszler – A New York-based artist, composer and percussionist, Eli Keszler’s music, installations and visual works use the environment, architecture and percussion to explore how sound and space transform locations.
  • Jane Foley – Jane Foley is an Atlanta-based sculptor, performer and sound artist whose sound works explore isolation and connectivity in public spaces, beginning with subtle repeated experiments in deep listening and reciprocity.
  • Mark Wentzel & Andrew Lackey – For their first collaboration, the two will combine Wentzel’s background with public projects addressing human perception and awareness with Lackey’s expertise in creating interactive soundscapes.
  • Otherpole (Kai Riedl and Éric Marty) – Otherpole is a creative research collective working at the intersection of visual art, sound and technology. Artists Kai Riedl (Durham, NC) and Éric Marty (Athens, GA) are also co-founders of the Slingshot festival of music, electronic art and tech in Athens, Georgia.
  • Talecia Tucker – Talecia Tucker is an Atlanta-based interdisciplinary artist and designer, whose work  explores the social and cultural nuances of identity in America. Informed by historical references, composition, textiles and cultural influences, her work provides insight into experiences that are usually private.
  • Tricia Hersey – Tricia Hersey is a poet, performance artist, theater maker, and community organizer. She is the founder of The Nap Ministry, an Atlanta-based organization that examines rest as a form of resistance by curating safe spaces for the community to rest via Collective Napping Experiences, immersive workshops and performance art installations. Tricia believes impromptu spectacles can bring awareness to social justice issues that paralyze our communities.
  • Unexpected Collective (Rebecca M. K. Makus, Elly Jessop Nattinger, and Peter A. Torpey)– Unexpected Collective is a group of artists who collectively create interactive experiences that evoke joy, delight and surprise. They met through a project at MIT Media Lab and continue to collaborate while living in Atlanta, San Francisco and Boston.
2019-09-26 10:00:00 2019-09-26 21:00:00 America/New_York FLUX Projects FLUX: Ponce City Market, an art event exploring the iconic community hub as a playground of acoustic space, announces the lineup of featured exhibition artists. Each year, FLUX explores a select site through temporary public art projects, and this year’s artists will "turn up the volume" of Ponce City Market – manifesting the sonic qualities of the building in engaging, unexpected ways and bringing awareness to how the building exists around us and reacts to our presence – during the exhibition held this September 26 through 29. Produced by Flux Projects and curated by artist and musician Ben Coleman, the event will feature works incorporating sound as the primary medium from artists including the following: Eli Keszler – A New York-based artist, composer and percussionist, Eli Keszler’s music, installations and visual works use the environment, architecture and percussion to explore how sound and space transform locations. Jane Foley – Jane Foley is an Atlanta-based sculptor, performer and sound artist whose sound works explore isolation and connectivity in public spaces, beginning with subtle repeated experiments in deep listening and reciprocity. Mark Wentzel & Andrew Lackey – For their first collaboration, the two will combine Wentzel’s background with public projects addressing human perception and awareness with Lackey’s expertise in creating interactive soundscapes. Otherpole (Kai Riedl and Éric Marty) – Otherpole is a creative research collective working at the intersection of visual art, sound and technology. Artists Kai Riedl (Durham, NC) and Éric Marty (Athens, GA) are also co-founders of the Slingshot festival of music, electronic art and tech in Athens, Georgia. Talecia Tucker – Talecia Tucker is an Atlanta-based interdisciplinary artist and designer, whose work  explores the social and cultural nuances of identity in America. Informed by historical references, composition, textiles and cultural influences, her work provides insight into experiences that are usually private. Tricia Hersey – Tricia Hersey is a poet, performance artist, theater maker, and community organizer. She is the founder of The Nap Ministry, an Atlanta-based organization that examines rest as a form of resistance by curating safe spaces for the community to rest via Collective Napping Experiences, immersive workshops and performance art installations. Tricia believes impromptu spectacles can bring awareness to social justice issues that paralyze our communities. Unexpected Collective (Rebecca M. K. Makus, Elly Jessop Nattinger, and Peter A. Torpey)– Unexpected Collective is a group of artists who collectively create interactive experiences that evoke joy, delight and surprise. They met through a project at MIT Media Lab and continue to collaborate while living in Atlanta, San Francisco and Boston.
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September 26 | 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.

2019-09-26 19:00:00 2019-09-26 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
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September 27 | 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

FLUX Projects

FLUX: Ponce City Market, an art event exploring the iconic community hub as a playground of acoustic space, announces the lineup of featured exhibition artists. Each year, FLUX explores a select site through temporary public art projects, and this year’s artists will “turn up the volume” of Ponce City Market – manifesting the sonic qualities of the building in engaging, unexpected ways and bringing awareness to how the building exists around us and reacts to our presence – during the exhibition held this September 26 through 29.

Produced by Flux Projects and curated by artist and musician Ben Coleman, the event will feature works incorporating sound as the primary medium from artists including the following:

  • Eli Keszler – A New York-based artist, composer and percussionist, Eli Keszler’s music, installations and visual works use the environment, architecture and percussion to explore how sound and space transform locations.
  • Jane Foley – Jane Foley is an Atlanta-based sculptor, performer and sound artist whose sound works explore isolation and connectivity in public spaces, beginning with subtle repeated experiments in deep listening and reciprocity.
  • Mark Wentzel & Andrew Lackey – For their first collaboration, the two will combine Wentzel’s background with public projects addressing human perception and awareness with Lackey’s expertise in creating interactive soundscapes.
  • Otherpole (Kai Riedl and Éric Marty) – Otherpole is a creative research collective working at the intersection of visual art, sound and technology. Artists Kai Riedl (Durham, NC) and Éric Marty (Athens, GA) are also co-founders of the Slingshot festival of music, electronic art and tech in Athens, Georgia.
  • Talecia Tucker – Talecia Tucker is an Atlanta-based interdisciplinary artist and designer, whose work  explores the social and cultural nuances of identity in America. Informed by historical references, composition, textiles and cultural influences, her work provides insight into experiences that are usually private.
  • Tricia Hersey – Tricia Hersey is a poet, performance artist, theater maker, and community organizer. She is the founder of The Nap Ministry, an Atlanta-based organization that examines rest as a form of resistance by curating safe spaces for the community to rest via Collective Napping Experiences, immersive workshops and performance art installations. Tricia believes impromptu spectacles can bring awareness to social justice issues that paralyze our communities.
  • Unexpected Collective (Rebecca M. K. Makus, Elly Jessop Nattinger, and Peter A. Torpey)– Unexpected Collective is a group of artists who collectively create interactive experiences that evoke joy, delight and surprise. They met through a project at MIT Media Lab and continue to collaborate while living in Atlanta, San Francisco and Boston.
2019-09-27 10:00:00 2019-09-27 21:00:00 America/New_York FLUX Projects FLUX: Ponce City Market, an art event exploring the iconic community hub as a playground of acoustic space, announces the lineup of featured exhibition artists. Each year, FLUX explores a select site through temporary public art projects, and this year’s artists will "turn up the volume" of Ponce City Market – manifesting the sonic qualities of the building in engaging, unexpected ways and bringing awareness to how the building exists around us and reacts to our presence – during the exhibition held this September 26 through 29. Produced by Flux Projects and curated by artist and musician Ben Coleman, the event will feature works incorporating sound as the primary medium from artists including the following: Eli Keszler – A New York-based artist, composer and percussionist, Eli Keszler’s music, installations and visual works use the environment, architecture and percussion to explore how sound and space transform locations. Jane Foley – Jane Foley is an Atlanta-based sculptor, performer and sound artist whose sound works explore isolation and connectivity in public spaces, beginning with subtle repeated experiments in deep listening and reciprocity. Mark Wentzel & Andrew Lackey – For their first collaboration, the two will combine Wentzel’s background with public projects addressing human perception and awareness with Lackey’s expertise in creating interactive soundscapes. Otherpole (Kai Riedl and Éric Marty) – Otherpole is a creative research collective working at the intersection of visual art, sound and technology. Artists Kai Riedl (Durham, NC) and Éric Marty (Athens, GA) are also co-founders of the Slingshot festival of music, electronic art and tech in Athens, Georgia. Talecia Tucker – Talecia Tucker is an Atlanta-based interdisciplinary artist and designer, whose work  explores the social and cultural nuances of identity in America. Informed by historical references, composition, textiles and cultural influences, her work provides insight into experiences that are usually private. Tricia Hersey – Tricia Hersey is a poet, performance artist, theater maker, and community organizer. She is the founder of The Nap Ministry, an Atlanta-based organization that examines rest as a form of resistance by curating safe spaces for the community to rest via Collective Napping Experiences, immersive workshops and performance art installations. Tricia believes impromptu spectacles can bring awareness to social justice issues that paralyze our communities. Unexpected Collective (Rebecca M. K. Makus, Elly Jessop Nattinger, and Peter A. Torpey)– Unexpected Collective is a group of artists who collectively create interactive experiences that evoke joy, delight and surprise. They met through a project at MIT Media Lab and continue to collaborate while living in Atlanta, San Francisco and Boston.

September 27 | 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!!!

2019-09-27 19:00:00 2019-09-27 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
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September 28 | 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Meet the Author: Robin Moriarty, PhD

Posman Books

Robin Moriarty Ph.D., is the global business executive, professor, and author who has lived on four continents and traveled to over 60 countries. Her forthcoming book, What Game Are You Playing?: A Framework for Redefining Success and Achieving What Matters Most, releases on September 10, 2019. Meet Robin and get your book signed at Posman Books Ponce City Market!

2019-09-28 13:00:00 2019-09-28 15:00:00 America/New_York Meet the Author: Robin Moriarty, PhD Robin Moriarty Ph.D., is the global business executive, professor, and author who has lived on four continents and traveled to over 60 countries. Her forthcoming book, What Game Are You Playing?: A Framework for Redefining Success and Achieving What Matters Most, releases on September 10, 2019. Meet Robin and get your book signed at Posman Books Ponce City Market! Posman Books
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September 28 | 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

FLUX Projects

FLUX: Ponce City Market, an art event exploring the iconic community hub as a playground of acoustic space, announces the lineup of featured exhibition artists. Each year, FLUX explores a select site through temporary public art projects, and this year’s artists will “turn up the volume” of Ponce City Market – manifesting the sonic qualities of the building in engaging, unexpected ways and bringing awareness to how the building exists around us and reacts to our presence – during the exhibition held this September 26 through 29.

Produced by Flux Projects and curated by artist and musician Ben Coleman, the event will feature works incorporating sound as the primary medium from artists including the following:

  • Eli Keszler – A New York-based artist, composer and percussionist, Eli Keszler’s music, installations and visual works use the environment, architecture and percussion to explore how sound and space transform locations.
  • Jane Foley – Jane Foley is an Atlanta-based sculptor, performer and sound artist whose sound works explore isolation and connectivity in public spaces, beginning with subtle repeated experiments in deep listening and reciprocity.
  • Mark Wentzel & Andrew Lackey – For their first collaboration, the two will combine Wentzel’s background with public projects addressing human perception and awareness with Lackey’s expertise in creating interactive soundscapes.
  • Otherpole (Kai Riedl and Éric Marty) – Otherpole is a creative research collective working at the intersection of visual art, sound and technology. Artists Kai Riedl (Durham, NC) and Éric Marty (Athens, GA) are also co-founders of the Slingshot festival of music, electronic art and tech in Athens, Georgia.
  • Talecia Tucker – Talecia Tucker is an Atlanta-based interdisciplinary artist and designer, whose work  explores the social and cultural nuances of identity in America. Informed by historical references, composition, textiles and cultural influences, her work provides insight into experiences that are usually private.
  • Tricia Hersey – Tricia Hersey is a poet, performance artist, theater maker, and community organizer. She is the founder of The Nap Ministry, an Atlanta-based organization that examines rest as a form of resistance by curating safe spaces for the community to rest via Collective Napping Experiences, immersive workshops and performance art installations. Tricia believes impromptu spectacles can bring awareness to social justice issues that paralyze our communities.
  • Unexpected Collective (Rebecca M. K. Makus, Elly Jessop Nattinger, and Peter A. Torpey)– Unexpected Collective is a group of artists who collectively create interactive experiences that evoke joy, delight and surprise. They met through a project at MIT Media Lab and continue to collaborate while living in Atlanta, San Francisco and Boston.
2019-09-28 10:00:00 2019-09-28 21:00:00 America/New_York FLUX Projects FLUX: Ponce City Market, an art event exploring the iconic community hub as a playground of acoustic space, announces the lineup of featured exhibition artists. Each year, FLUX explores a select site through temporary public art projects, and this year’s artists will "turn up the volume" of Ponce City Market – manifesting the sonic qualities of the building in engaging, unexpected ways and bringing awareness to how the building exists around us and reacts to our presence – during the exhibition held this September 26 through 29. Produced by Flux Projects and curated by artist and musician Ben Coleman, the event will feature works incorporating sound as the primary medium from artists including the following: Eli Keszler – A New York-based artist, composer and percussionist, Eli Keszler’s music, installations and visual works use the environment, architecture and percussion to explore how sound and space transform locations. Jane Foley – Jane Foley is an Atlanta-based sculptor, performer and sound artist whose sound works explore isolation and connectivity in public spaces, beginning with subtle repeated experiments in deep listening and reciprocity. Mark Wentzel & Andrew Lackey – For their first collaboration, the two will combine Wentzel’s background with public projects addressing human perception and awareness with Lackey’s expertise in creating interactive soundscapes. Otherpole (Kai Riedl and Éric Marty) – Otherpole is a creative research collective working at the intersection of visual art, sound and technology. Artists Kai Riedl (Durham, NC) and Éric Marty (Athens, GA) are also co-founders of the Slingshot festival of music, electronic art and tech in Athens, Georgia. Talecia Tucker – Talecia Tucker is an Atlanta-based interdisciplinary artist and designer, whose work  explores the social and cultural nuances of identity in America. Informed by historical references, composition, textiles and cultural influences, her work provides insight into experiences that are usually private. Tricia Hersey – Tricia Hersey is a poet, performance artist, theater maker, and community organizer. She is the founder of The Nap Ministry, an Atlanta-based organization that examines rest as a form of resistance by curating safe spaces for the community to rest via Collective Napping Experiences, immersive workshops and performance art installations. Tricia believes impromptu spectacles can bring awareness to social justice issues that paralyze our communities. Unexpected Collective (Rebecca M. K. Makus, Elly Jessop Nattinger, and Peter A. Torpey)– Unexpected Collective is a group of artists who collectively create interactive experiences that evoke joy, delight and surprise. They met through a project at MIT Media Lab and continue to collaborate while living in Atlanta, San Francisco and Boston.
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September 28 | 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

GA ATL Volunteer Day: Trees Atlanta

General Assembly

Help care for our urban forest by removing invasive plants in Lionel Hampton Nature Preserve. Activities include pulling and cutting invasive plants such as Chinese privet and English ivy and replanting native plants.

  • Register online.
  • No prior experience is necessary. Trees Atlanta will teach you what to do.
  • Physical activity such as bending, lifting, and kneeling is required.
  • Please wear long pants and closed-toe shoes – no leggings!
2019-09-28 09:00:00 2019-09-28 12:00:00 America/New_York GA ATL Volunteer Day: Trees Atlanta Help care for our urban forest by removing invasive plants in Lionel Hampton Nature Preserve. Activities include pulling and cutting invasive plants such as Chinese privet and English ivy and replanting native plants. Register online. No prior experience is necessary. Trees Atlanta will teach you what to do. Physical activity such as bending, lifting, and kneeling is required. Please wear long pants and closed-toe shoes - no leggings! General Assembly
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September 28 | 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Meet the Author: Daniela Petrova

Posman Books

She befriended the one woman she was never supposed to meet. Now she’s the key suspect in her disappearance. For fans of The Perfect Mother and The Wife Between Us comes a gripping psychological suspense debut about two strangers, one incredible connection, and the steep price of obsession. Lana Stone has never considered herself a stalker–until the night she impulsively follows a familiar face through the streets of New York’s Upper West Side. Her target? The “anonymous” egg donor she’d selected through an agency, the one who’s making motherhood possible for her. Hungry to learn more about her, Lana plans only to watch her from a distance. But when circumstances bring them face-to-face, an unexpected friendship is born. Katya, a student at Columbia, is the yin to Lana’s yang, an impulsive free spirit who lives life at the edge. And for pragmatic Lana, she’s a breath of fresh air and a welcome distraction from her painful breakup with her baby’s father. Then, just as suddenly as Katya entered Lana’s life, she disappears–and Lana might have been the last person to see her before she went missing. Determined to find out what became of the woman to whom she owes so much, Lana digs into Katya’s past, even as the police grow suspicious of her motives. But she’s unprepared for the secrets she unearths, and their power to change everything she thought she knew about those she loves best…

Meet the author, Daniela Petrova, here at Posman Books at Ponce City Market on September 28th from 4 pm – 6 pm and get your book signed!

2019-09-28 16:00:00 2019-09-28 18:00:00 America/New_York Meet the Author: Daniela Petrova She befriended the one woman she was never supposed to meet. Now she’s the key suspect in her disappearance. For fans of The Perfect Mother and The Wife Between Us comes a gripping psychological suspense debut about two strangers, one incredible connection, and the steep price of obsession. Lana Stone has never considered herself a stalker–until the night she impulsively follows a familiar face through the streets of New York’s Upper West Side. Her target? The “anonymous” egg donor she’d selected through an agency, the one who’s making motherhood possible for her. Hungry to learn more about her, Lana plans only to watch her from a distance. But when circumstances bring them face-to-face, an unexpected friendship is born. Katya, a student at Columbia, is the yin to Lana’s yang, an impulsive free spirit who lives life at the edge. And for pragmatic Lana, she’s a breath of fresh air and a welcome distraction from her painful breakup with her baby’s father. Then, just as suddenly as Katya entered Lana’s life, she disappears–and Lana might have been the last person to see her before she went missing. Determined to find out what became of the woman to whom she owes so much, Lana digs into Katya’s past, even as the police grow suspicious of her motives. But she’s unprepared for the secrets she unearths, and their power to change everything she thought she knew about those she loves best… Meet the author, Daniela Petrova, here at Posman Books at Ponce City Market on September 28th from 4 pm - 6 pm and get your book signed! Posman Books
Graphic poster featuring event details and illustration of Ponce tower.

September 29 | 11:00 am to 6:00 pm

FLUX Projects

FLUX: Ponce City Market, an art event exploring the iconic community hub as a playground of acoustic space, announces the lineup of featured exhibition artists. Each year, FLUX explores a select site through temporary public art projects, and this year’s artists will “turn up the volume” of Ponce City Market – manifesting the sonic qualities of the building in engaging, unexpected ways and bringing awareness to how the building exists around us and reacts to our presence – during the exhibition held this September 26 through 29.

Produced by Flux Projects and curated by artist and musician Ben Coleman, the event will feature works incorporating sound as the primary medium from artists including the following:

  • Eli Keszler – A New York-based artist, composer and percussionist, Eli Keszler’s music, installations and visual works use the environment, architecture and percussion to explore how sound and space transform locations.
  • Jane Foley – Jane Foley is an Atlanta-based sculptor, performer and sound artist whose sound works explore isolation and connectivity in public spaces, beginning with subtle repeated experiments in deep listening and reciprocity.
  • Mark Wentzel & Andrew Lackey – For their first collaboration, the two will combine Wentzel’s background with public projects addressing human perception and awareness with Lackey’s expertise in creating interactive soundscapes.
  • Otherpole (Kai Riedl and Éric Marty) – Otherpole is a creative research collective working at the intersection of visual art, sound and technology. Artists Kai Riedl (Durham, NC) and Éric Marty (Athens, GA) are also co-founders of the Slingshot festival of music, electronic art and tech in Athens, Georgia.
  • Talecia Tucker – Talecia Tucker is an Atlanta-based interdisciplinary artist and designer, whose work  explores the social and cultural nuances of identity in America. Informed by historical references, composition, textiles and cultural influences, her work provides insight into experiences that are usually private.
  • Tricia Hersey – Tricia Hersey is a poet, performance artist, theater maker, and community organizer. She is the founder of The Nap Ministry, an Atlanta-based organization that examines rest as a form of resistance by curating safe spaces for the community to rest via Collective Napping Experiences, immersive workshops and performance art installations. Tricia believes impromptu spectacles can bring awareness to social justice issues that paralyze our communities.
  • Unexpected Collective (Rebecca M. K. Makus, Elly Jessop Nattinger, and Peter A. Torpey)– Unexpected Collective is a group of artists who collectively create interactive experiences that evoke joy, delight and surprise. They met through a project at MIT Media Lab and continue to collaborate while living in Atlanta, San Francisco and Boston.
2019-09-29 11:00:00 2019-09-29 18:00:00 America/New_York FLUX Projects FLUX: Ponce City Market, an art event exploring the iconic community hub as a playground of acoustic space, announces the lineup of featured exhibition artists. Each year, FLUX explores a select site through temporary public art projects, and this year’s artists will "turn up the volume" of Ponce City Market – manifesting the sonic qualities of the building in engaging, unexpected ways and bringing awareness to how the building exists around us and reacts to our presence – during the exhibition held this September 26 through 29. Produced by Flux Projects and curated by artist and musician Ben Coleman, the event will feature works incorporating sound as the primary medium from artists including the following: Eli Keszler – A New York-based artist, composer and percussionist, Eli Keszler’s music, installations and visual works use the environment, architecture and percussion to explore how sound and space transform locations. Jane Foley – Jane Foley is an Atlanta-based sculptor, performer and sound artist whose sound works explore isolation and connectivity in public spaces, beginning with subtle repeated experiments in deep listening and reciprocity. Mark Wentzel & Andrew Lackey – For their first collaboration, the two will combine Wentzel’s background with public projects addressing human perception and awareness with Lackey’s expertise in creating interactive soundscapes. Otherpole (Kai Riedl and Éric Marty) – Otherpole is a creative research collective working at the intersection of visual art, sound and technology. Artists Kai Riedl (Durham, NC) and Éric Marty (Athens, GA) are also co-founders of the Slingshot festival of music, electronic art and tech in Athens, Georgia. Talecia Tucker – Talecia Tucker is an Atlanta-based interdisciplinary artist and designer, whose work  explores the social and cultural nuances of identity in America. Informed by historical references, composition, textiles and cultural influences, her work provides insight into experiences that are usually private. Tricia Hersey – Tricia Hersey is a poet, performance artist, theater maker, and community organizer. She is the founder of The Nap Ministry, an Atlanta-based organization that examines rest as a form of resistance by curating safe spaces for the community to rest via Collective Napping Experiences, immersive workshops and performance art installations. Tricia believes impromptu spectacles can bring awareness to social justice issues that paralyze our communities. Unexpected Collective (Rebecca M. K. Makus, Elly Jessop Nattinger, and Peter A. Torpey)– Unexpected Collective is a group of artists who collectively create interactive experiences that evoke joy, delight and surprise. They met through a project at MIT Media Lab and continue to collaborate while living in Atlanta, San Francisco and Boston.
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September 29 | 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

Sunday School: The Art of Adulting

Modern Mystic Shop

Modern Mystic Sunday School series offers free, 1 hour educational classes every Sunday at 11 a.m. covering various metaphysical topics.
In this class, Adela Raffa comes back to Sunday School to talk about adulting.
Regardless of your current age, this is a class that is beneficial for everyone.

2019-09-29 11:00:00 2019-09-29 12:00:00 America/New_York Sunday School: The Art of Adulting Modern Mystic Sunday School series offers free, 1 hour educational classes every Sunday at 11 a.m. covering various metaphysical topics. In this class, Adela Raffa comes back to Sunday School to talk about adulting. Regardless of your current age, this is a class that is beneficial for everyone. Modern Mystic Shop
Close-up shot of farmers crates full of fresh greens

October 01 | 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.

2019-10-01 16:00:00 2019-10-01 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
Headshot of author and actor Avan Jogia.

October 02 | 6:00 pm to 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, religion, and family through poetry and imagery. Drawing on the author’s own life story as well as interviews he’s conducted with friends and strangers, Mixed Feelings serves as a dialogue starter for difficult topics that now, more than ever, need to be discussed. Meet author/actor Avan Jogia on Wednesday, October 2nd at Posman Books Ponce City Market.

 

2019-10-02 18:00:00 2019-10-02 20:00:00 America/New_York Meet the Author: Avan Jogia 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, religion, and family through poetry and imagery. Drawing on the author's own life story as well as interviews he's conducted with friends and strangers, Mixed Feelings serves as a dialogue starter for difficult topics that now, more than ever, need to be discussed. Meet author/actor Avan Jogia on Wednesday, October 2nd at Posman Books Ponce City Market.   Posman Books
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October 03 | 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.

2019-10-03 19:00:00 2019-10-03 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
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October 03 | 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Sip & Learn: CBD & Wine

City Winery Atlanta

How do you relax after a long day? While we always recommend a nice glass of wine and your favorite song, some days need something a little extra. Join us for an evening of sipping wine and discussing CBD or Cannabidiol, a hemp derivative that has been shown to reduce anxiety and in some cases, has been effective in physical pain relief.

Guests can join in a discussion of what CBD is, what it does, and how it can become a part of your ‘Wine Down’ regimen.  We will have samples of various CBD oils and tinctures as well as a tasting of three City Winery wines to enjoy as we discuss. We’ll also have Second Self Brewing’s Cirrus, CBD-infused sparkling water.Cheese and charcuterie will be provided.

2019-10-03 19:00:00 2019-10-03 21:00:00 America/New_York Sip & Learn: CBD & Wine How do you relax after a long day? While we always recommend a nice glass of wine and your favorite song, some days need something a little extra. Join us for an evening of sipping wine and discussing CBD or Cannabidiol, a hemp derivative that has been shown to reduce anxiety and in some cases, has been effective in physical pain relief. Guests can join in a discussion of what CBD is, what it does, and how it can become a part of your ‘Wine Down’ regimen.  We will have samples of various CBD oils and tinctures as well as a tasting of three City Winery wines to enjoy as we discuss. We’ll also have Second Self Brewing’s Cirrus, CBD-infused sparkling water.Cheese and charcuterie will be provided. City Winery Atlanta
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October 04 | 9:00 am to 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 that last.
  • A focus on craftsmanship and styles that withstand passing trends.
  • Made sustainably with a focus on fair wages & responsible environmental ethics.
  • Shopping consciously. Supporting small businesses, transparent supply chains, and the local economy.

COCO + MISCHA is a retail store in Atlanta that is passionate about slow fashion. Last year, they found there were many local customers eager to connect with likeminded shoppers, and there were many more who were unfamiliar with the movement. They wanted to draw people into the conversations they were having at the shop each day. In 2018, they hosted & moderated a discussion on ethical fashion to a sold-out room in a conversation that lasted almost 3 hours! People were hungry for more, and they felt like there was so much more to be said. Now, they want to address some of the conversations and questions that needed more time, but they also want to move beyond talk into advocacy, practical styling, and of course, shopping. So with the help of property managers, Jamestown, they’ve grown the 2019 into a multi-day interactive conference.

2019-10-04 09:00:00 2019-10-04 20:00:00 America/New_York 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 that last. A focus on craftsmanship and styles that withstand passing trends. Made sustainably with a focus on fair wages & responsible environmental ethics. Shopping consciously. Supporting small businesses, transparent supply chains, and the local economy. COCO + MISCHA is a retail store in Atlanta that is passionate about slow fashion. Last year, they found there were many local customers eager to connect with likeminded shoppers, and there were many more who were unfamiliar with the movement. They wanted to draw people into the conversations they were having at the shop each day. In 2018, they hosted & moderated a discussion on ethical fashion to a sold-out room in a conversation that lasted almost 3 hours! People were hungry for more, and they felt like there was so much more to be said. Now, they want to address some of the conversations and questions that needed more time, but they also want to move beyond talk into advocacy, practical styling, and of course, shopping. So with the help of property managers, Jamestown, they’ve grown the 2019 into a multi-day interactive conference.
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October 05 | 9:00 am to 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 that last.
  • A focus on craftsmanship and styles that withstand passing trends.
  • Made sustainably with a focus on fair wages & responsible environmental ethics.
  • Shopping consciously. Supporting small businesses, transparent supply chains, and the local economy.

COCO + MISCHA is a retail store in Atlanta that is passionate about slow fashion. Last year, they found there were many local customers eager to connect with likeminded shoppers, and there were many more who were unfamiliar with the movement. They wanted to draw people into the conversations they were having at the shop each day. In 2018, they hosted & moderated a discussion on ethical fashion to a sold-out room in a conversation that lasted almost 3 hours! People were hungry for more, and they felt like there was so much more to be said. Now, they want to address some of the conversations and questions that needed more time, but they also want to move beyond talk into advocacy, practical styling, and of course, shopping. So with the help of property managers, Jamestown, they’ve grown the 2019 into a multi-day interactive conference.

2019-10-05 09:00:00 2019-10-05 20:00:00 America/New_York 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 that last. A focus on craftsmanship and styles that withstand passing trends. Made sustainably with a focus on fair wages & responsible environmental ethics. Shopping consciously. Supporting small businesses, transparent supply chains, and the local economy. COCO + MISCHA is a retail store in Atlanta that is passionate about slow fashion. Last year, they found there were many local customers eager to connect with likeminded shoppers, and there were many more who were unfamiliar with the movement. They wanted to draw people into the conversations they were having at the shop each day. In 2018, they hosted & moderated a discussion on ethical fashion to a sold-out room in a conversation that lasted almost 3 hours! People were hungry for more, and they felt like there was so much more to be said. Now, they want to address some of the conversations and questions that needed more time, but they also want to move beyond talk into advocacy, practical styling, and of course, shopping. So with the help of property managers, Jamestown, they’ve grown the 2019 into a multi-day interactive conference.
Graphic poster featuring abstract art illustration and listing event details

October 06 | 9:00 am to 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 that last.
  • A focus on craftsmanship and styles that withstand passing trends.
  • Made sustainably with a focus on fair wages & responsible environmental ethics.
  • Shopping consciously. Supporting small businesses, transparent supply chains, and the local economy.

COCO + MISCHA is a retail store in Atlanta that is passionate about slow fashion. Last year, they found there were many local customers eager to connect with likeminded shoppers, and there were many more who were unfamiliar with the movement. They wanted to draw people into the conversations they were having at the shop each day. In 2018, they hosted & moderated a discussion on ethical fashion to a sold-out room in a conversation that lasted almost 3 hours! People were hungry for more, and they felt like there was so much more to be said. Now, they want to address some of the conversations and questions that needed more time, but they also want to move beyond talk into advocacy, practical styling, and of course, shopping. So with the help of property managers, Jamestown, they’ve grown the 2019 into a multi-day interactive conference.

2019-10-06 09:00:00 2019-10-06 20:00:00 America/New_York 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 that last. A focus on craftsmanship and styles that withstand passing trends. Made sustainably with a focus on fair wages & responsible environmental ethics. Shopping consciously. Supporting small businesses, transparent supply chains, and the local economy. COCO + MISCHA is a retail store in Atlanta that is passionate about slow fashion. Last year, they found there were many local customers eager to connect with likeminded shoppers, and there were many more who were unfamiliar with the movement. They wanted to draw people into the conversations they were having at the shop each day. In 2018, they hosted & moderated a discussion on ethical fashion to a sold-out room in a conversation that lasted almost 3 hours! People were hungry for more, and they felt like there was so much more to be said. Now, they want to address some of the conversations and questions that needed more time, but they also want to move beyond talk into advocacy, practical styling, and of course, shopping. So with the help of property managers, Jamestown, they’ve grown the 2019 into a multi-day interactive conference.
Close-up shot of farmers crates full of fresh greens

October 08 | 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.

2019-10-08 16:00:00 2019-10-08 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

October 08 | 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Atlanta Humane Society Puppy Pop-Up

Barking Hound Valet

2019-10-08 16:30:00 2019-10-08 18:30:00 America/New_York Atlanta Humane Society Puppy Pop-Up Join the Atlanta Humane Society for a Tuesday pick-me-up like no other... with adoptable puppies! For a $10 donation, you and your all your friends can snuggle puppies and take the BEST. SELFIES. EVER. Barking Hound Valet
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October 10 | 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.

2019-10-10 19:00:00 2019-10-10 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 work by featured author.

October 12 | 11:00 am to 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 with an extraordinary event—a woman trying to deal with acute trauma even as she went on with her everyday life, working at a university and parenting two children with her husband. She not only narrates how this event changed her but also tells how looking at the event through both the reactions of her community and her own sensibility allowed her to finally face two other violent episodes she had previously experienced. As new memories surfaced after the attack, it took everything in Ristaino’s power to not let catastrophe unravel the precarious threads holding everything together. Moving between the greater issues associated with violence and the personal voyage of overcoming grief, All the Silent Spaces is about letting go of what you think you know in order to rebuild.

Meet Christine on October 12th, 2019 at Posman Books Ponce City Market from 11 am – 1 pm!

2019-10-12 11:00:00 2019-10-12 13:00:00 America/New_York Meet the Author: Christine Ristaino 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 with an extraordinary event—a woman trying to deal with acute trauma even as she went on with her everyday life, working at a university and parenting two children with her husband. She not only narrates how this event changed her but also tells how looking at the event through both the reactions of her community and her own sensibility allowed her to finally face two other violent episodes she had previously experienced. As new memories surfaced after the attack, it took everything in Ristaino’s power to not let catastrophe unravel the precarious threads holding everything together. Moving between the greater issues associated with violence and the personal voyage of overcoming grief, All the Silent Spaces is about letting go of what you think you know in order to rebuild. Meet Christine on October 12th, 2019 at Posman Books Ponce City Market from 11 am - 1 pm! Posman Books
Book cover of latest release by featured author.

October 12 | 2:00 pm to 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 makes a new friend who teaches him different sports. Together, Beato and Amanda (a real girl from Rio) dance in the Carnival, visit the Amazon rainforest, and eat acai berry bowls. They discover Brazil’s cultural diversity with Africans, Japanese, Arabs, indigenous tribes and gauchos. Please join us at Posman Books Ponce City Market from 2 pm – 4 pm for this exciting adventure.

2019-10-12 14:00:00 2019-10-12 16:00:00 America/New_York 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 makes a new friend who teaches him different sports. Together, Beato and Amanda (a real girl from Rio) dance in the Carnival, visit the Amazon rainforest, and eat acai berry bowls. They discover Brazil’s cultural diversity with Africans, Japanese, Arabs, indigenous tribes and gauchos. Please join us at Posman Books Ponce City Market from 2 pm - 4 pm for this exciting adventure.
Close-up shot of farmers crates full of fresh greens

October 15 | 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.