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Nine Years of Textiles, Art History, Gardens, and a Little Mental Traveling with Courtney Barnes


Simple Abundance

If you're hoping to do more entertaining at home this spring or summer, and you want to sharpen your cooking skills, see if your community has a program like Simple Abundance in Atlanta. All proceeds from these two-hour cooking classes led by the city's top chefs benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank. The cost of upcoming events ranges from $55 to $90, depending on the lesson. Classes are held at The Cook's Warehouse -- an incredibly fun place to explore even if you aren't much of a cook. (Be sure to view the calendar listing about Ladies of Les Dames. )

On a related note, click here to learn about an initiative launched by Pigtown Design and Easy & Elegant Life.

Design at the top by Schuyler Samperton as seen in Elle Decor, November 2003. Photo by Grey Crawford.

For some free non-food-related inspiration, consider the magnificent National Cherry Blossom Festival. Here's a link to the Post's coverage. Image courtesy the Festival.


Pigtown-Design said...

Thanks for helping, Courtney! It means so much to us to have your support!

Style Court said...

Meg -- it's a great cause!