Mar 28, 2021 — World — and now Refuge Coffee Co., which stonemason, using quarried granite from. Stone Mountain. the Scroll Saw and Lathe.”

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About Phoenix FliesAtlanta™s historic built environment of buildings, landscapes and neighborhoods is an integral part of the city™s culture and economy. Phoenix Flies: A Celebration of Atlanta™s Historic Sites provides an opportunity to learn about, celebrate and strengthen Atlanta™s historic and cultural assets. ˜e celebration was created in 2003 by the Atlanta Preservation Center as a way to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the dramatic rescue of the Fox ˜eatre, an event that changed Atlanta™s preservation perspective forever. Phoenix Flies 2021 is the 18th year that the APC has brought together organi- zations and individuals from the community to demonstrate the value of Atlanta™s historic built environment. ˜e celebration has grown from 16 preservation partners and 40 events to an average of 100 partners o˚ering over 200 events each year. ˜is year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Phoenix Flies looks a little di˚erent than previous years. ˜e program features a little over half of our routine partners participating, with a mix of virtual and in-person events. In-person events do require masks be worn and maximum guest numbers have been reduced in order to meet recommended social distancing protocols.

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Welcome to Phoenix Flies 2021The Atlanta Preservation Center is fortunate for our many preservation and community partnerships. ˜e challenges of COVID-19 have forced everyone to re˛ect on what they see as important. ˜rough this, we realize how precious the many connections we have built and sustain are Š now more than ever. ˜is year we will be focusing on the role of our City of Atlanta public parks. ˜rough this di˝cult time, the Parks and Recreation Department of the City of Atlanta has maintained our public parks and provided a place of refuge with the best ways to stay healthy and safe. We hope that everyone enjoys these spaces and learns the stories of this city Š and their neighborhoods Š by walking where those who have come before have walked. ˜ese spaces serve as the gateway to better embracing our roles as stewards of our public parks and of our City. We are also grateful to have partners that have adapted and grown to show how they can still carry out their mission Š while preserving the very basic needs of the space they represent. By using the virtual domain and safe interaction, we have cra˙ed a way to remember the past and look forward to the future Š by having preservation remind us of what we are. ˜e Atlanta Preservation Center cannot exist without the support of its many supporters, partners, and members Š but its existence would not matter if our citizens were not served by our work. We are grateful to have this opportunity to showcase Atlanta and give reason to use preservation as a way to exhibit our purpose. Please enjoy this Phoenix Flies while remembering what has happened and having the courage to see what we will become by reinforcing what we have saved. David Y. Mitchell, Executive Director Atlanta Preservation Center

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2 ATLANTA PRESERVATION CENTER 2021 PHOENIX FLIES PROGRAM NOTES Events this year are a mix of in-person and virtual. Most in-person events require masks and social distancing protocols. All events are subject to change or cancellation without notice. All events are attended at the risk of the attendee. Some events require reservations. HOW TO USE THIS PROGRAMA description of each event, including the date and time, as well as an address and reservation information, where relevant, can be found in each entry. Events are organized alphabetically by the preservation partner organization or site. Only numbered partners are o˚ering events this year. 2020 partners who are unable to partic -ipate due to COVID-19 concerns remain in the program, but are unnumbered and featured under Partner Spotlights. For a day-by- day listing of events or to see updates/cancellations, please go to . SYMBOL KEY NR National Register of Historic Places Handicapped Accessible APC RESERVATIONS Some Phoenix Flies events require pre-registration/reservations. Please refer to individual event listing for speci˜c event regis- tration information. Some reser- vations are handled by the APC at, while others are handled directly by the preservation partner. Please keep in mind that social distancing protocols require that most guest maximums have been reduced this year. About AtlantaAtlanta was sited in 1837 to serve as a railroad transportation hub and, therefore, was assured to be a place of growth and expansion. At the end of the Civil War in 1865, over half of the city had been burned and its infrastructure destroyed. Nonetheless, in 1868, it became the Georgia state capital and by the end of Reconstruction in 1877 was physically much larger than its pre-war boundaries. ˜e city now features well over 150 years of buildings, neighborhoods and landscapes which are eligible for the National Register of Historic PlacesŠall worthy of preservation and celebration. Look for the National Register (NR) designation beneath the event listing description. ˜e Phoenix Flies celebration is an annual program of the Atlanta Preservation Center. If you know of a place that should be celebrated, please contact us so that we may consider including it in next year™s program. Program design by Mark Ziemer. Cover photo and photo on page 2 of the Ormewoord Avenue bridge by David Y. Mitchell. About the Cover˜e Ormewood Avenue Bridge was built from 1898Œ1899 and is part of the southeast quadrant, the last portion of the fiEmerald necklacefl to be built. It was constructed in order to bypass the city center and transport the raw materials and building materials that built Atlanta into the city it is today. ˜e bridge is now used as a portion of the Southside Beltline Trail.

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PRESERVEATLANTA.COM 3 A Celebration of Atlanta™s Historic Sites About the Atlanta Preservation Center The Atlanta Preservation Center (APC) was established as the City™s ˜rst private non-pro˜t preservation organization. ˜e mission of ˜e Atlanta Preservation Center is to promote the preservation of Atlanta™s architectu- rally, historically and culturally signiˆcant buildings, neighborhoods and landscapes through education and advocacy. Founded in 1979, the APC has spent the last 40 years advocating for the City of Atlanta™s historic resources and places. It is mainly through its outreach activities that the APC is able to carry out its mission to educate and advocate for historic preservation. ˜e APC consistently works with government, business and community leaders and individuals to preserve endangered residential and commercial structures, neighborhoods and landscapes. ˜rough its educa- tional programs, the APC provides thoughtful pre- servation education for youth and adults of all ages. Our programs focus on a range of guided walking tours throughout Atlanta™s historic neighborhoods, lectures and special exhibits on history, architecture and preservations issues for adults, and interactive classroom presentations and summer camps on architecture, history, urban planning and civics for students K-12. For more information about the Atlanta Preservation Center and its activities, please go to pages 14Œ15 in this program or visit To become a member, please go to page 72. Have questions? Call us at 404-688-3353. TRUSTEES & STAFF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Howell E. Adams III, President Ian Michael Rogers, Vice President Amanda Rhein, Secretary John T. Williams, Treasurer Courtney Smith, Member at Large EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR David Y. Mitchell BOARD OF TRUSTEES Howell E. Adams III Jennifer Ball Sanford Dunklin Lisa M. HinsonThornton Kennedy Grant Moseley Amanda RheinIan Michael Rogers Barbara B. Slick Courtney Smith John T. Williams T. Michelle Williams Danielle Willkens HONORARY TRUSTEES Shepard Ansley Jean Astrop Timothy J. Crimmins Bryan M. Grant III Elizabeth Morgan Spiegel Chrissie Stevens Wayt Rainey Rembert Woodward Mtamanika Youngblood STAFF David Y. Mitchell Executive Director Ruth L. Middleton Membership Coordinator Carole M. Schenck Phoenix Flies and Grants Coordinator Your membership can be managed online at, by calling 404.688.3353 or by choosing a membership level above, completing the form, and mailing it to: Atlanta Preservation Center, 327 St Paul Ave SE, Atlanta GA 30312-3129 NAME(S)ADDRESSCITYSTA TEZIPHOME PHONE CELL WORKEMAILI™d like to make a special contribution of $SELECT PAYMENT: Check to Atlanta Preservation Center for $ VISA MasterCard AMEX #Expiration date Billing address ZIP code Individual ($35)Admission for all APC Guided Walking Tours of Historic Atlanta Printed newsletter: Preservation Times Phoenix Flies Celebration program via postENews about advocacy and events Family/Dual ($60) Admission for two adults and children under 18 to APC Guided Walking Tours of Historic Atlanta Building Block ($125) invitation to APC special events Supporting Pier ($250) LP Grant Mansion memo pad Keystone ($500) bound book illustrating our architectural heritage Archangel ($1000) invitations to Trustee events at historic houses and sites Auxiliary Group Œ CIRCA educational and social group for monthly programs at historic sites (March through December)Members have volunteer opportunities in advocacy, education, special events, and as walking tour guidesMEMBERSHIP LEVELS & BENEFITSThis event is partially accessible to individuals with physical disabilities. For questions call 404.688.3353 ext 11.This event is appropriate for young preservationists over 10 years.This site is listed on the National Register of Historic PlacesNR

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8 ATLANTA PRESERVATION CENTER 01The Architecture Tourist: Terry Kearns Terry™s Tiny Guide to Phoenix Flies Saturday, March 6ŒSunday, March 28 INFORMATION Since the fall of 2020 Terry Kearns has been promoting Phoenix Flies 2021 via his new Facebook page: Terrys2021PhoenixFlies. Visit Terry™s Tiny Guide to Phoenix Flies 2021 to preview information, photos and videos of your favorite Phoenix Flies places or upload your own photos and videos to share as your visit Phoenix Flies sites during the March celebration. 02 Atlanta Daily World with Cultural Developer Gene Kansas Daily World Building Tour 145 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30303 Friday, March 12, 10 am and 1 pm Virtual Tour Option INFORMATION Built in 1912, 145 Auburn Avenue has been home to a wide variety of businesses including the longest-running African-American daily news- paper in our country™s history Š theˇ Atlanta Daily World Š and now Refuge Co˚ee Co., which provides leadership and job training to Atlanta™s refugee community. ˜e award-winning rehab- ilitation project has been recognized by the National Trust, Georgia Trust, the Atlanta Pres -ervation Center, and the Atlanta Urban Design Commission. Come see what™s possible when you conserve, protect, and care for history and culture. Registration required.˜To register, go to˜ Limited to 10 guests. Masks required. MISSION STATEMENT: Founded in 2003, Gene Kansas Commercial Real Estate buys, sells, leases, and develops commercial property with a focus on community-building, place-making, and preservation. NR

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PRESERVEATLANTA.COM 9 PARTNER SPOTLIGHT The Atlanta BalletMichael C. Carlos Dance Center 1695 Marietta Blvd NW Atlanta, GA 30318 INFORMATION Atlanta Ballet is the oldest ballet company in America, the largest self-supported arts organization in Georgia, and the o˝cial Ballet of Georgia. Atlanta Ballet™s eclectic repertoire spans the history of ballet, highlighted by the most beloved classics and the most inventive originals. Although a renowned leader in the promotion and education of dance, Atlanta Ballet™s roots have been ˆrmly grounded in the com -munity and playing a vital role in the city™s cultural growth and revitalization. Atlanta Ballet also has served as an ambassador for Atlanta nationally and internationally, performing around the globe. MISSION STATEMENT: Atlanta Ballet™s mission is to enrich and inspire our audiences with performances of the highest level of excellence; to empower our students through superior dance education; and to serve our community through active engagement. 03 Atlanta Downtown Improvement District Woodru˚ Park Civil Rights Tour 34 Broad Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30303 Wednesday, March 10, 12Œ1 pm INFORMATION Learn what happened in downtown Atlanta during the Civil Rights era in the spaces around Woodru˚ Park. See the places where a New Atlanta began to grow into the city we know today. It is a story that includes the Atlanta Student Movement, Coca Cola, Rich™s Depart- ment Store, and the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Appropriate for ages 8 and up. Meet at the ATL Playground in Woodru˚ Park across from the Flatiron building (84 Peachtree St. NE) at the northeast corner. ˜e tour will commence rain or shine. Registration required. To register, go to˜ Limited to 10 guests. Masks required. MISSION STATEMENT: ˜e Atlanta Downtown Improvement District, founded in 1995 by Central Atlanta Progress, is a public-private partnership that strives to create a livable environment for downtown Atlanta. ˜e District currently contains 220 blocks and is funded through a community improvement district.

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