Southface is turning 40.
Celebrate with us all year long.
Friday, June 22, 5:30 - 7:30 PM Ι 241 Pine Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
Southface celebrates 40 years of working in the community at our Summer Solstice event on June 22. From a grassroots movement formed in 1978 to today’s industry leader, Southface is paving the way in building a sustainable future and regenerative economy across the Southeast.
Help us ring in our 40th birthday and enjoy music, appetizers, and refreshing drinks (including Southface Sangria.) Register for Summer Solstice and mix and mingle with Southface staff, members, and supporters in our organic garden in Midtown.
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Complimentary Solstice admission is included for Southface members, including employees of corporate members and Sustainability Circle donors.
Your support enables Southface to launch and lead important initiatives in several areas;
bold programs that are made possible through the generosity of our donors.
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