Tiny House Festival is next month, tickets on sale now
The Decatur Tiny House Festival returns Friday, Sept. 29.
The event will be held off of West Trinity Place in Decatur near the Ebster gymnasium.
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Tours of the houses will begin with a soirée on Sept. 29 from 6 to 10 p.m. At 8 p.m., Steven Nygren, the founder of Serenbe, will deliver the keynote speech.
“Steve Nygren, known as a placemaker in hospitality and mix use development, is the President and Founder of Serenbe, a community created as a model to demonstrate that preserving 70 percent of green space interlaced with agriculture, housing and retail is not only economically viable but the future of community well being,” the event announcement says.
Tiny House festivities, with tours and specialized sessions, will continue on the subsequent days, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
There will be around 20 tiny houses available to show attendees “how micro-housing can benefit individuals and communities in Georgia, specifically the metro Atlanta area.” Additionally, there will be speakers addressing: “sustainability, minimalism, urban planning, zoning and codes, and downsizing.”
For more details and to purchase tickets visit: http://tinyhouseatlanta.com/resources/events/festivals/.
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