Monthly Social Calendar: June, Part 2


Muse & Co. Fine Art // Cooks & Soliders (photo credit: Heidi Geldhauser) // Callanwolde's Jazz on the Lawn

Muse & Co. Fine Art // Cooks & Soliders (photo credit: Heidi Geldhauser) // Callanwolde’s Jazz on the Lawn

June 23 Celebrate the summer solstice with Cooks & Soldiers’ six-course guest chef dinner, inspired by the flavors and traditions of the Basque region of Spain. The evening features alternating courses from Cooks & Soldiers chef Landon Thompson and Six Plates (Durham, N.C.) chef John Eisensmith, and each course will be paired with ciders presented by Foggy Ridge Cider founder Diane Flynt. Tickets are $95, and seats can be reserved by calling (404)

June 26 Callanwolde Fine Arts Center’s popular summer series, Jazz on the Lawn, continues with a live performance by jazz aficionado Joe Gransden. Born to a family of musicians, the celebrated trumpeter and vocalist has performed with the likes of Aretha Franklin, The Temptations and Barry White. The concert is rain or shine, and guests are invited to bring their own picnics and drinks.

Through June 28 The Serenbe Playhouse presents Tennessee Williams’ sultry Southern tale, A Streetcar Named Desire. Serenbe’s newly built Art Farm Stage is transformed into a post World War II New Orleans, hosting a dramatic tale of intrigue, insecurity and deception. Featuring talents including Matthew Davis of Vampire Diaries (playing Stanley), the play is a fresh, bold take on a timeless classic. Tickets are $30 for adults, $25 for students and can be purchased

Through June 30 Muse & Co. Fine Art kicks off summer with a monthlong solo exhibition for artist Rae Broyles. Broyles, whose father was a student of Norman Rockwell, is a fifth-generation painter who specializes in mixed media, encaustic, figurative and videographic painting and has works in galleries across the United States and Canada. An Artist’s Reception will be held on June 3 during the Roswell First Friday Art Walk. 6/3–6/30.

Through June 30 Alan Avery Art Company presents Ignotus, a solo show featuring new works by minimalist abstract painter Sharon Weiner. Weiner creates nature and cosmic-like paintings by building up layers of acrylic paint and acrylic medium. The organic imagery found in her works represents her inner reality and external observations of the natural world. Through 6/30.

All month Join the Atlanta Botanical Garden for its newest outdoor art exhibition, Bruce Munro: Light in the Garden. Created by internationally acclaimed British artist Bruce Munro, the exhibit features six site-specific installations made from hundreds of miles of fiber optics. Visitors are encouraged to come at dusk to see the garden slowly transform into a twinkling landscape. Through 10/3.

All month Yebo redefines Atlanta brunch and brings new meaning to “Sunday Funday” with its latest offering, bottle service brunch. Featuring fare from guest chef Philippe Haddad of F&B, the menu serves up dishes with French, Belgian and South African flair (highlights include brioche French toast and bobotie crepes). In addition, guests can enjoy live entertainment, hand crafted cocktails and optional tableside bottle service featuring Veuve Cliquot and Belvedere Vodka. Sundays starting at 12 p.m.