Mystery, Surprises, Food and more at Callaway Gardens
Dust off your Deerstalker cap and polish your favorite monocle, ‘cause Callaway Gardens needs your detective skills for “Showdown at Northspoon”. At this mystery dinner theater, guests will join the Sheepling siblings as they learn who will inherit Northspoon, the family ranch. Who successfully met the goal set forth by their deceased relative for the big inheritance? The drama on the ranch continues to grow as the moment of truth approaches. Can you figure out “whodunit” before dessert is served?
The Mystery Dinner Theater will include opportunities to interact with the cast while you dine on delicious cuisine from the Callaway Gardens culinary team led by Executive Chef Joe Malone. Guests selected just before the show will receive reading parts and will be cued to deliver their award winning performances. Expect a few surprises and activities to add to the fun, and solving the mystery comes with token prizes for the winning team.
“Showdown at Northspoon” takes place at Callaway Gardens on Saturday, May 21, 2011. Packages start at $115* and include accommodations at the Mountain Creek Inn, a reception,Mystery Dinner Theater, and admission to Callaway’s world-class Gardens. Visit in October for a Vampire themed mystery dinner.
Canoe's Song of the South live music series at the outdoor river bar features live local artists every Wednesday evening from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. throughout the spring. The Song of the South music series features all new musicians that are better than ever. Guests can relax in the riverside Adirondack chairs, gather around the River Bar, savor their aperitif and listen to local artists. Chef Carvel Grant Gould’s “River Snacks” features tasty, inexpensive treats, and of course, the bar will serve a variety of local beers, signature river cocktails and wines by the glass. The River Bar will be open daily, weather permitting, just in time for the beautiful spring and summer Georgia weather.
Song of the South Music Schedule Wednesday, May 18 Sam Thacker Wednesday, May 25 Tim Brantley Wednesday, June 1 Ben Deignan Wednesday, June 8 Scotty Cram
Canoe has been featured in notable publications such as Bon Appétit, Food and Wine, Gourmet, The Wine Spectator, and the New York Times.
Yoforia is now open at Perimeter Pointe
Gregor Turk - whose show Shift will open at the White Provision gallery, Astolfi Art, on Thursday, May 19 and run through June 30. Astolfi Art Turk`s work typically references mapping and place-making and often incorporates elements of institutional markers, signs, symbols, iconography and pictograms (see awesome map of Miami that he gifted us and which we proudly hang at LLPR). The new series features panels and sculptures that are all pairings of trapezoidal shapes in the blues and greens found on world maps. Turk has permanent public art installations in the International Concourse at the Atlanta Airport and in the Jacksonville Airport. His work is included in the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection in New York and numerous other public and private collections. The opening is Thursday, May 19 from 6 to 9 p.m.
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