Join us October 12th from 7 PM to 9 PM at Sandy Creek Park for stories of immigration to the United States from around the world. Rain or shine we will have a crackling fire and stories that range anywhere from tales of heartfelt redemption, to tales of getting smuggled out of the war-torn Middle East. These first hand accounts will give listeners an appreciation for the difficulties immigrants have faced in their move to Athens, GA.
The weather Wed. night is supposed to be clear and cool with a low of 49 degrees, so dress warmly! Some reminders:
– Stories will begin at 7 pm. However, you may want to plan to get there early to ensure you have a place to park and get a good seat.
– Sandy Creek Park is located at 400 Bob Holman Road, Athens, GA 30607.
– At the gate, an attendant will collect a $2 per person park entry fee and will direct you to the park’s Fire Circle. (Folks 65 and over can enter the park for free!)
– Although there is some bench seating, people often choose to bring easy-to-carry camp chairs, blankets, and/or cushions.
– Bring a flashlight! It will be dark when you leave.
– Bring snacks and drinks if you’d like–but remember the park does not allow alcoholic beverages.