The Dunwoody Homeowners Association sponsors Light Up Dunwoody, the 4th of July Parade, and Food Truck Thursdays. This was their HQ tent where Stacy, Vanessa, Dennis, Heyward and other board members were distributing membership info to the adults and glow necklaces to the kids.
One of the first mobile vendors I saw as I strolled up to the Farmhouse. First, food trucks. Now we have a clothing boutique truck. Watch for this photo again when I get around to finishing that blog feature on mobile-friendly websites and why they are now an essential part of any web presence.
It's not just a crowd gathering; it's Dunwoody huddling together for warmth from the cold wind!
The "stage", from the 2nd floor balcony, high enough to see. It's about time they brought a menorah into Light Up. Back at home, every celebration had a menorah the size of most Christmas trees right alongside the tree itself. Each day had the right number of candles lit, then it was left lit with the tree all through the Christmas season. Can that be an added dimension to this Dunwoody tradition?
More huddling for warmth as the sun goes down and all heat goes with it.
The only Light Up attendees that enjoyed the cold!
All lit up!