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Here’s What Is Happening in Hapeville this Summer

June marks the midpoint of the year, characterized by warmer weather, fun in the sun and vacationing with friends and family. Here are some activities happening right outside your front door in Hapeville!

Movie Nights Under the Stars

City of Hapeville's summer movie nights are the perfect place to bring the whole family! Join your community for the showing of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem" at Jess Lucas Park on Friday, July 12. Activities and concessions begin at 7:30 p.m. with the movie starting right after sundown. You are welcome to join this event for FREE and concessions will be available for purchase onsite. More information can be found here.

Downtown Live Concert Series

Back again next month, the Downtown Live Music Concert Series in Hapeville is a great opportunity to hear local talent, eat good food with friends and celebrate summer! The July theme is "Jazz and Seafood," featuring Major Scale Band and artist Trey Daniels. Join on Saturday, July 20 from 7 to 10 p.m. to experience it for yourself.

On August 17, the live concert series will continue with a "Wings and Strings" theme. Attendees will hear music from Ebony and Ivory and violinist, Michelle Winters. Onsite vendors will be selling chicken wings and other delicious bites to try. Attendees are encouraged to bring a lawn chair for members of their party or a picnic blanket.

Coffee and Chrome

Happening every second Saturday from April to September, Coffee and Chrome brings together car and motorcycle enthusiasts for a morning of fellowship and connection. The next event is set for Saturday, July 13 from 8:30 a.m. to noon at Jess Lucas Park. Owners of antique, classic and customized cars are invited to show off their vehicles. The link to register a vehicle for display can be found here.

World Premiere of "The Wash" at Impact Theatre

After a successful stint in Midtown, Kelundra Smith's new play "The Wash" is coming to Hapeville next month. From July 10 to 28, you are invited to watch the Atlanta Washerwomen's Strike of 1881 unfold onstage at the Impact Theatre at the Academy. Tickets are $35 for general admission and $30 for students and seniors. Learn more about "The Wash" here.

Looking for a new community to call home this summer? Serenity is ready to welcome you home in Hapeville! These stylish townhomes put you close to the action, making dining, shopping and commuting easier than ever. Several homes are currently available at Serenity and details can be found here. Don't forget to check out the community page and learn more about everything Serenity has to offer!

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