Mulberry Fields Gone Wylde 20th Anniversary Celebration:
Saturday, September 7th at Mulberry Fields, 6–11 pm
Save the date for Mulberry Fields Gone Wylde – the annual fundraiser for Mulberry Fields Garden – taking place on Saturday, September 7th from 6 PM – 11 PM at 1301 Iverson St. NE, Atlanta, GA, 30307. Hosted by Wylde Center and Friends of Mulberry Fields, this year’s event will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the beautiful community garden that has provided an array of resources to the Candler Park neighborhood now for two decades.
What should you expect at Mulberry Fields Gone Wylde?
Alongside the garden, chickens, and goats at Mulberry Fields, MulberryFields Gone Wylde will surely be a great time for the whole family. Guests will be treated to live music by local Atlanta favorites Webster. Vendors including Greater Good Barbeque, Mariposa Pops, Just Bakery Atlanta, and Doggy Dog will be selling family-friendly food while adult beverages will be available for those over the age of 21. The young and the young-at-heart will also have the opportunity to get their face painted and play yard games among the landscape of the garden. Guests are encouraged to bring a blanket or lawn chair to relax while you take in the evening with family and friends at this annual event. Don’t forget about this year’s raffle where Disney tickets for a family of five will be up for grabs!
How can you support the event?
Those interested in supporting beyond attending the event on September 7th can consider sponsoring on behalf of their business or supporting individually by becoming a party host. Mulberry Fields Gone Wylde party hosts are asked to do three things: (1) make a meaningful donation, (2) help spread the word, and (3) celebrate with us at the event! Party hosts receive special perks, as well, including access to a pre-event cocktail hour from 5-6 PM and a limited edition commemorative t-shirt! If you are interested in learning more about becoming a business sponsor or party host for the event can reach out to Sara at email@example.com.
Thank you to our current Mulberry Fields Gone Wylde business sponsors: Cynthia Baer Realty, Greater Good BBQ, Chicory Wealth, Food Well Alliance, Greenehead Construction Inc., Park Realty, Candler Park Neighborhood Organization, Small Business Services, Boutte Tree Inc., Sevananda Natural Foods Market, Premier Grease, Little 5 Points Pharmacy, Brand Bird, and the Georgia Piedmont Land Trust.
Thank you to our current Mulberry Fields Gone Wylde party hosts: Jesse & Dick Bathrick, Martha & Jean-Francois Ille, Joanna Colrain, Elaine Harris, Mary Shaltis & John Skatch, Nancy & David Porteous, Lesley Lochridge & Steve Johnson, Greg Loughlin & Natallie Keiser, Sam & Korin Bathrick, Leslie Harris & Peter Basch, Shannon & Dave Cofrin Gaggero, Debra & Marc McElhaney, Jean Douglas, Christine Tryba-Cofrin, Stacy Appleson & Steve Phillips, Gus Kaufman, Betsy Goss, Roger Bakeman & Daryl Nenstiel, Mathieu & Jennifer Marchand, the Welsh Family, Stacy Funderburke & Helaine Woodroof, Carla Roncoli & Tom Painter, Erin Smith & Rich Pater, C Brittany & Alan Schwartzwald, Ollie Green, Aimee & Scott Nash, Dr. Ilene Schroeder, Logan Ritchie, Allen Broyles & Rachel Scales, Betsy Abrams & Matthew Crowther, Susan Rose, Judy & Don Bender, Linda Sheffield & Walter Lowthian, Sarah Ferguson & James Tomach, and Polly Sattler.
How do you get tickets?
Tickets for Mulberry Fields Gone Wylde will be available for purchase on Wylde Center’s website (http://wyldecenter.org/mulberry-fields-gone-wylde) and the Mulberry Fields Gone Wylde Facebook event page starting on Friday, July 19. Admission is FREE for Wylde Center members and children ages 12 and under. Non-member admission is $15. Raffle tickets and t-shirts will also be available for purchase online or at the event.
More about Mulberry Fields Garden:
Mulberry Fields Garden is a hidden oasis in the heart of the Candler Park neighborhood. Originally the site of an old dairy farm, the land has been kept protected by a band of passionate neighbors and landowners since the late 1990s including Jesse & Richard Bathrick, who officially turned the property into a community garden in 1999. In 2007, the land was placed in a conservation easement securing its continuity as green space and protecting it from development. Now managed by local 501(c)3 non-profit Wylde Center and volunteer committee Friends of Mulberry Fields, the garden is celebrating its 20th year of existence and offers an accessible green space for recreation, environmental education, community building, and organic growing.