Weekly Social Calendar


November 19: An introduction to canning class at Westside’s Preserving Place will teach guests the basics of preserving techniques. The hands-on class will be from 9:30-11:30 a.m. $75 per person. To register, call (404) 815-5267.

November 19: Marlow’s Tavern opens the doors to its Sandy Springs location, bringing gourmet tavern fare such as fish tacos and truffled parmesan fries as well as a handcrafted cocktail program. 5590 Prado Pl., Sandy Springs 30342. (404) 255-8890; marlowstavern.com

November 20: Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q hosts fellow pitmasters, Griffin Bufkin and Harrison Sapp, of St. Simons Island’s Southern Soul Barbecue, for a Coastal South-inspired dinner. The evening begins with an outdoor meet-and-greet with libations and passed snacks. Cigars from Highland Cigar Co. will also be on hand. Next, guests will proceed to the dining room for a delicious feast that includes spare ribs, pulled pork and chicken, plus, a sweet finish with buttermilk pie with musacadine sauce. $55 per person. Click here for tickets. 

November 21: Interior designer Suzanne Kasler will be stopping by Mathews Furniture Galleries from 6-9 p.m. to sign copies of her latest design book, Timeless Style. RSVP at [email protected]

November 23: “Fabrics of Socialism” by artist Vesna Pavlovic concludes at Whitespace Gallery. The solo exhibition features photography and projection work based on Pavlovic’s research of black and white image archive found in the Museum of Yugoslav History in Belgrade.

November 23: This Saturday’s “Weekend Workshops” at Home for the Holidays celebrate the fun, jovial spirit of the season with family-oriented activities.

11 a.m.-2 p.m. McCall Wilder Designs fashion show

Noon-1 p.m. Transitional trimmings with Steve McKenzie
 
2-3 p.m. Gift wrapping & decorating seminar by Nicholas Kniel
 
4-5 p.m. Wreath making for children with Kerry Howard
 
Plus! Jovita Moore and Chirstine Pullara will be reading classic children’s holiday books throughout the day.  

Admission to these events is complimentary with the purchase of a showhouse ticket

November 23: The Beekman Boys are visiting Atlanta on the heels of the release of their newest cookbook, The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Dessert Cookbook. After stopping by the Morningside Farmers Market in the morning, they’ll be instructing a class from 1-3 p.m. at The Cook’s Warehouse in Ansley Mall. Learn to whip up heirloom desserts from their book such as pancake cake with maple frosting and cranberry-apple custard pie. To register for the class, click here.