Cabbagetown Event - Sunday in the Park

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Cabbagetown Event - Sunday in the Park at Oakland Cemetery

Sunday in the Park, Oakland CemeteryStarting to get the Halloween spirit and looking for an event with a slightly spooky vibe to ease you into the Halloween season?

Don’t miss Sunday in the Park at historic Oakland Cemetery in Grant Park on October 7, 2012!

The event is Victorian themed, since the cemetery was established in the 1800s, and is Atlanta’s oldest cemetery. Attendees are encouraged to dress in Victorian garb and there will a costume contest, but no costume is required if you just want to pop in and check out the activities.  Learn more about this quirky event in Cabbagetown / Oakland Cemetery.

 

 

 

Related articles & info:

October 2012 events and festivals in Atlanta

Cabbagetown Rea Estate Guide and Homes for Sale

Grant Park Real Estate Guide 

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Comments (2)

Malcolm Johnston
Century 21 Lanthorn Real Estate LTD., Trenton, Ontario - Trenton, ON
Trenton Real Estate

I had no idea that there was a neighbourhood in Atlanta called Cabbagetown. There's one in Toronto, and I always thought it was a rather strange name for a place, i wouldn't have thought there was another. A good number of Canada's best boxers have come from Cabbagetown.

Oct 05, 2012 02:11 AM
Kerry Lucasse
eXp Realty - Urban Nest Real Estate Group - Atlanta, GA
Your Urban Nest Atlanta Real Estate Consultant

I didn't realize that either! Our Cabbagetown is just a tiny, quirky neighborhood but I love it!  From everything I've heard or read, they named it Cabbagetown because all of the residents worked at the factory all day and in order to have dinner ready when they came home at night, they boiled cabbage all day -- and the streets were always filled with the smell!

Oct 05, 2012 02:34 AM