Over the next two weekends, Main Street in Stone Mountain Village in the city of Stone Mountain will offer songs and a flick for the masses - free of charge.
If you're looking for bargains, or if you need to clean out the clutter in your attic and make a little change from it, there's something for you, too.
brings tunes to the gazebo near the old train depot again on May 19, from 12-5 p.m.
The following Saturday, May 26, the runs from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
There are a limited number of 10-by-10 feet spaces under the pavilion for $20 each. They are available on a first come, first served basis; stop by City Hall, 875 Main St., for a registration form.
Residents and non-residents can reserve space on the lawn for $10.
Here are some things to keep in mind:
- Set up under the pavilion and on the lawn at 7:30 a.m.
- Participants must provide their own tables.
- There is no scheduled rain date.
- No food vendors allowed.
- The city will give no refunds.
If you've got some sensitive documents you need shredded -- or if you've just got a lot of old papers cluttering up your home office --- the city is going to have a shredder truck at the yard sale. The shredding will be done while you wait, according to Stone Mountain city council member Susan Coletti.
Then that same night, rolls out the red carpet on the Stone Mountain First Baptist Church lawn in the center of town. The movie "Footloose," partially shot in the city, will be shown at sundown.