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May Day Time!

Written by Patti on April 9th, 2012

Good Morning Darlings!

It’s Spring, Easter is over, so lets move on to May Day!

My sweet friend Leigh, fills me in on the place to be:

Sweet little May Day Darlings!

Spring into spring at Serenbe with the 7th Annual May Day celebration, a day in the country with live music, fantastic shopping amid the shops at Serenbe as well as local vendors and artists, farmstands, food and drinks, on Sunday, May 6 from noon to 4 p.m. The weekend will also mark the opening of the Serenbe Stables Market, an antiques and crafts stall market at Serenbe Stables open on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the summer. Admission is $5 per person, with all proceeds benefiting education in Chattahoochee Hills, including the Children’s House at Serenbe, the Chattahoochee Hills Charter School committee and Community Brickworks.

This year’s vendors include:

Serenbe Restaurants will be open as usual: Blue Eyed Daisy Bakeshop, The Hil and The Farmhouse. The Hil will also have a food tent.
Atlanta Street Food Coalition (King of Pops, Yumbii, Tex’s Tacos, Slider U, WOW, Yum Yum Cupcake and Westside Creamery)
Fairywood Thicket Jams & Jellies
Gail Irvin’s Fried Pies
Low Country BBQ
Serenbe Farms
SweetWater Brewing Company
WallyBee’s Local Honey

Ali & Bird
Ashley Menetre
Balance Design Atlanta
C. Trench Designs
Elite Fitness
Denise Disharoon
Grit and Grace
Jenni Horne Studios
Jessica Henry Jewelry
June Bug Shop
Les Dames d’Escoffier
Liddabits Designs
Lisa Jill Jewelry & Pieces of Me
LK Clothing
Lylah G Baby Goods
Mark Edge Jewelry
Natalie Grace Home
Olive Style
Orange Berry Baby
Our Dawg House
P. Sherrod and Company
The Paperie at Sam Flax
Princess and Butch
Project FED
Raggs Designs and Accessories
RAK Outfitters
Serenbe Photography Center
Serenbe Playhouse
Shay’s Soaps
Two Turtle Doves / Blue Moon
For more information about MayDay, please visit Follow Serenbe on Facebook and Twitter (@serenbe) for regular updates about events and happenings in the community.

About Serenbe:
Serenbe is a 1,000-acre community located just 30 minutes from Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, with a focus on balanced growth, sustainability, green building, organic farming, and smart environmental practices. Serenbe has private residential homes, commercial space, art galleries, original shops, stables, the 20-room Inn at Serenbe with conference facilities, and Serenbe Farms with CSA program and Saturday markets. The community is home to three restaurants, all pioneers in the farm-to-table movement: Blue Eyed Daisy Bakeshop (the nation’s smallest Silver LEED certified building), The Farmhouse (proprietress Marie Nygren), and The Hil (chef/owner Hilary White).


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