If you are not into goblins and ghosts and Halloween events this weekend, Woodlands Garden is throwing their last act of the musical season on Sunday, Oct. 28. Come to the pavilion from 2-4 p.m. and enjoy an afternoon with Danny Feig-Sandoval with three musical friends.
Danny is known to many in the Atlanta area as the upbeat founder of the home renovation and building company, Small Carpenters at Large, and he has lived in Inman Park for the past 34 years.
Though less well-known as a guitar player and singer, he will be performing some of his favorite tunes with three musical friends: Craig Rafuse, an established Atlanta guitarist who has played in several local bands, Decatur singer/songwriter Jerry Burns, and Greg Ramsey, also of Decatur, a violinist/fiddle virtuoso.
Woodlands has produced 14 musical programs this year thanks to Phyllis Mueller and George Eckard who coordinate all of the details. Phyllis and George are music lovers and hosting these events are a volunteer labor of love for them. If you go to the performance, let them know if you have any suggestions for musicians.
Woodlands Garden is located at 932 Scott Blvd. Limited parking is available on site, and overflow parking is provided at the City Schools of Decatur central offices just down the street on Scott Blvd.
Enjoy a beautiful day in the garden while you enjoy the music. And best of all, it’s free!