Organization Contacts
New Trinity Baroque
Specializing in vocal-instrumental music of the 17th and 18th centuries, New Trinity Baroque has a mission to promote and revive music from before the 1800s through inspirational and exciting concert performances on period instruments, recordings and educational programs. Its hope is to instill a true love in the community for music of the earlier repertoire and to give birth to another Renaissance in the arts.
2479 Peachtree Rd. NE
Suite 101
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30303
The National Monuments Foundation Inc.
The National Monuments Foundation's purpose is to build monuments for the ages that will uplift the communities in which they are built through a classical approach to urban design. The Foundation intends to create self-sustaining destination landmarks of national historical and aesthetic relevance, as well as centers for cultural, civic and social activities for local and greater communities in America. The Atlanta monument, known as The Millennium Gate, provides a versatile cultural center that is a destination landmark and a state-of-the-art teaching facility for the region.
395 17th St. NW
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30363
National Museum of Decorative Painting
National Museum of Decorative Painting was created in 1982 for the purpose of collecting, preserving and displaying the art of decorative painting. The museum houses more than 1,500 examples of decorative painting of historical and contemporary significance and of artistic merit. Additionally the museum provides exhibitions and educational programs for the public to increase appreciation and understanding of decorative painting, its heritage, methods and techniques.
1406 Woodmont Lane
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30318


The NAMES Project Foundation National Headquarters
The NAMES Project Foundation preserves, cares for and uses the AIDS Memorial Quilt to foster healing, heighten awareness and inspire action in the struggle against HIV and AIDS.
117 Luckie St.
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30303
404-688-5500 ext. 224
Nash Farm Battlefield
Nash Farm was occupied from the 1840s until 1941 by members of the Nash family. During the second half of 1864 the property was the scene of considerable military activity, including Kilpatrick's Raid and infantry battles that marked the end of the Atlanta Campaign. The 204-acre battlefield was also used as the campsite for Confederate General Stephen Dill Lee's Army Corps. The museum and park focus on agricultural practices and rural life in the 19th and early 20th centuries as well as the military activity that took place on the property during the Civil War.
100 Babbs Mill Rd.
HAMPTON Henry, GA 30228

June 2019
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29