This dude named Jamie asked last night if any members of AJA would be
interested in juggling at ScroungFest. I told him I would e-mail the
group. So group, here you are...
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Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2000 16:16:55 -0500
From: Jamie Badoud <jbadoud@...
As I mentioned last night, Art Papers would love to have the Jugglers
Association and Little Five Community Center nieghbor do some entertaining
at the ScroungeFest fundraiser on October 28th at anytime during the event
that is convenient. We are expecting alot of people and it should be alot
of fun. Below is a press release regarding the event. Thanks for your
interest and hopefully you will be able to fit into your schedule.
Something not mentioned on the press release is that local band and djs
will play from 12pm to 5 pm. If you have any questions please call me at
404-588-1837 ext 13.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
>> MEDIA CONTACT:
>> Susan Bridges, 404-688-1708
>> SCROUNGEFEST 2000
>> "A Tent Sale to Benefit Art Papers Magazine"
>> ATLANTA, GA (October 1, 2000) -- ScroungeFest 2000, the mammoth
>>combination tent sale and entertainment sideshow benefiting Art Papers
>>Magazine, will take place on Saturday, October 28, in Atlanta's Little Five
>> The one-day market extravaganza will be held at the Little Five
>>Points Community Center, 1083 Austin Avenue, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
>>The Community Center is home to Art Papers Magazine, the nationally
>>recognized, award-winning journal of contemporary art and culture. The
>>non-profit Art Papers has been a local community voice and mainstay for
>>nearly a quarter century.
>> The ScroungeFest 2000 tent sale of previously owned items will
>>include: household goods and collectibles, home and garden furniture,
>>accessories, art, china, glassware, books, estate antiques, videos, audio
>>tapes, CDs, home entertainment equipment, toys and sporting goods.
>>Scrounge through a treasure trove of vintage, retro and slightly used
>>clothing . . . just in time for the holidays or to create that
>>unforgettable Halloween costume.
>> Revenge is Sweet and Wet -- Admission to the entire bazaar grounds
>>is free. In addition, the public - and especially Atlanta's visual and
>>performing arts community - is invited to "Dunk the Critics," which include
>>Art Papers editor Michael Pittari, critic Jerry Cullum, and other art
>>reviewers from local media. Anyone can take a shot at this dunk tank
>>attraction for a modest donation.
>> Used items still being accepted -- ScroungeFest 2000 organizers
>>are still inviting area residents to muster any "gently used and clean"
>>household items, clothes, antiques and collectible or personal baubles they
>>dare finally part with for contribution to the giant bargain bonanza. All
>>donations are tax deductible. To arrange contribution of articles or for
>>more event information, contact Art Papers, 404-588-1837, extension 20.
Director of Operations
Art Papers Magazine
PO Box 5748
Atlanta, GA 31107