Thursday, November 29, 2018
On Thursday, November 29, 2018, The African SOUP will host a Fall Party: A Time to Give Thanks, at WildArk in Atlanta, Georgia.
Enjoy a relaxed evening of drinks, food, silent auction, film, and live music to benefit The African SOUP.
The evening will feature live music by Captain and the Kid, a short screening of a new documentary film by Marcus Goldbas highlighting The African SOUP's work, and the opportunity to bid on an array of traditional Ugandan market silent auction items.
We hope to see you there!
691 John Wesley Dobbs Ave. NE; Unit H
Directions: John Wesley Dobbs terminates at the BeltLine. If you are facing the BeltLine, Ladybird will be on your left, and WildArk is in the brick building on your right. Go up the stairs to the green door on the porch facing the BeltLine, and we will be there to greet you!
Parking: Guests may park in the lot next to Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall.
Attire: Casual, come as you are
We can't wait to see you this evening for The African SOUP's Fall Party! It's going to be a great time of celebration, fellowship, food, and learning!
Here are a few additional details for how to find the party easily tonight!
WildArk’s space is in a two-story, red-brick building (c. 1890) located right next to Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall. They’ve got a lovely front patio overlooking the Eastside Trail, high ceilings, many rooms/levels to explore, and spiral staircase leading up to the lighted rooftop deck.
Directions: John Wesley Dobbs dead-ends into the BeltLine between Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall & WildArk’s building (parking lot in the middle). At the end of the parking lot (Ladybird will be on your left, WildArk's building on your right) there is a small staircase at the corner of the building that leads to walkway which parallels/faces the BeltLine. Follow that until you see the sign for WildArk. The office is also directly accessible from the BeltLine.
There is free street parking & in the lot behind Ladybird (it fills up quickly!); walking, biking, carpooling/rideshare and transit all encouraged.