Monthly Social Calendar: March, part 1

Peacock Alley // Steven Satterfield’s Root to Leaf // Muse & Co. Fine Art

March 1 Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles and Phipps Plaza present the 6th annual Luxury Living Show, on view this month at Phipps Plaza’s Monarch Court. The event showcases the latest trends in luxury furnishings and products with its Dream Kitchen and Bath, designed by top industry talents. This year’s show will also feature an outdoor space. Free and open to the public. Through 3/31.

March 3 Miller Union’s chef Steven Satterfield debuts his first cookbook, Root to Leaf: A Southern Chef Cooks Through the Seasons. The exquisitely photographed book celebrates all things vegetable, with 175 simple but elegant recipes for omnivores, vegetarians and vegans alike. Organized by the seasons, the Satterfield’s cookbook also incudes vegetable profiles.

March 5 Peacock Alley Design Studio is celebrating the first anniversary of its Atlanta location. The luxury linen store, located in ADAC West, is toasting the occasion with light bites, cocktails and a visit from Peacock Alley founder Mary Ella Gabler. Sponsored by Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, the event is from 4-8p.m., and all proceeds benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

March 6 “Works on Paper,” a curated show at Muse & Co. Fine Art, kicks off with an opening reception on March 6. The exhibit will showcase a host of works on paper by gallery artists including Michael Chad Barrett and Jeff and Laura Surace. Muse & Co. will also be part of the Roswell Art District’s First Friday Art Walk, providing light bites and cocktails as guests browse their newest exhibit. Trolley rides will be available to take guests to each of the participating galleries.

March 12 Browse the works of more than 225 top jewelry, home décor, clothing and furniture artists from across the country at the American Craft Council Show, the Southeast’s largest juried indoor craft show. The three-day event includes a home décor exhibition, and proceeds benefit The Hambidge Center and The American Craft Council. Through 3/15.

March 16 The Decatur Library hosts chef Virginia Willis, photographer + stylist Angie Mosier and New York Times journalist Kim Severson for a discussion on work, reinvention and Mosier and Willis’ collaboration on Lighten up, Y’all: Classic Southern Recipes Made Healthy and Wholesome—Willis’s new book featuring classic Southern recipes made in a lighter, healthier way. The discussion begins at 7:15 p.m., and drinks and light bites will be served.

Through March 21 Anne Irwin Fine Art welcomes self-taught artist Karin Jurick for a small solo show from her personal series, “Museum Hours.” Jurick’s vibrant and expressive work, which has been featured in private galleries across the country, gives viewers a glimpse into the daily activities of ordinary people. “Museum Hours” will feature 10 new works by Jurick.