Autrey Mill is partnering with the Johns Creek Historical Society to celebrate the community of people who lived, worked and supported one another long ago, when this land was a farm and milling operation.
Our day will be full of heritage crafts, cooking, talks, music and tours. There will also be games and goats, so bring your family, or just stop by to learn a little and meet some great people.
Thanks to the generosity of the Johns Creek Convention and Visitor’s Bureau this event is free to the public.
September 14th 10 am – 2 pmAll ages welcomeFree EventConcessions will be sold for cash or card
We are pleased to present the musician Sasan Ahovan who grew up in the Kurdish Community in western Iran. He started playing Tanbour (an Iranian stringed instrument) when he was 6 years old. He studies American traditional music including Bluegrass, Old-Time and Country music. He recently graduated from East Tennesse State University with a degree in Music. Sasan is the founder of The JukeBus, a mobile music venue.
Sasan will be preforming Bluegrass during the Farm Family Festival.