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Join Victoria and Clinton Smith as they discuss her design philosophy and lessons honed during her storied career.Spotlighting various projects, including some from her most recent book, Victoria Hagan: Dream Spaces, Victoria discusses the value of the unexpected detail and the importance she places on concepts such as family, trust, tradition and creativity.In this very special tête-à-tête, New York-based designer Brian Mc Carthy and Los Angeles-based designer Suzanne Rheinstein share their words of wisdom from their decades-long experience in this ever-changing industry.Join Suzanne, Brian and the VERANDA team for a reception and celebration of the grand opening of Made Goods in Suite 403.The festival features businesses and tent vendors with giveaways, offering everything from entertainment options for the little ones and fun for the entire family.Go to for list of upcoming events and festivals in Downtown Austell, GA 5/3/18 - 5/3/18 Thursday: PM - PM Taste of Alpharetta has become an annual tradition for festival goers, families and food connoisseurs.Enjoy shopping at Crabapple retailers, delicious wares from food & beverage trucks, and more fun activities while you rock out to awesome tunes.
Whether rain or shine, we anticipate a very good turnout for the Faire as we have had in past years. Pass-A-Long Plants - Master Gardeners love to share their plants.
4/24/18 - 4/24/18 Tuesday: PM As International Editor at Large of Vogue, Hamish Bowles traverses the globe seeking out the defining edge of style.
Steeped in the history of fashion and the decorative arts, he brings an extraordinary eye and refined discernment to everything he does.
Purchase unique gifts, birdhouses, tools, garden decor, crafts and plants from 36 exciting vendors! Proceeds will benefit local North Fulton Master Gardener demonstration gardens.
Plants offerings range from old-time favorites to specialty orchids, Japanese maples, hostas, and natives. 4/28/18 - 4/28/18 Saturday: AM - PM When spring arrives in Historic Downtown Austell, it can only mean one thing - it's time for a festival!