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Common Grounds Coffee House
Ongoing on the fourth Saturday of each Month.

Good friends, good music, good food. Live music and poetry the 4th Saturday of each month. July 27th: Gibson Wilbanks, Martin Norgaard and Curtis Jones.

Gibson Wilbanks is a duo known for their Southern bluesy sound (http://www.gibsonwilbanks.com/). Martin Norgaard is a wizard on the fiddle (http://www.jazzfiddlewizard.com/) and Curtis Jones is an amazing guitarist, musician and composer (http://www.curtisjonesmusic.net/).

This is a family-friendly event for everyone. Light refreshments are for sale, including sweet treats, fruit with cheese and crackers, soft drinks and of course fair trade coffee. You are also welcome to bring your own refreshments. It is a time to get together and enjoy each other's company and have some fun.

$5.00 suggested donation at the door. Canned goods for donation to North Fulton Community Charities are also welcome.

Doors open at 6:30 PM.

Times:7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Where:UUMAN (Unitarian Universalist Metro Atlanta North)
11420 Crabapple Road
Roswell GA 30075
Additional Info:Website: www.uuman.org
Phone: 770-992-3949

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