Sandy Springs residents can support arts and educational programming at the City Springs by buying personalized paver and theater seat nameplates, the city announced. AJC FILE

Sandy Springs selling pavers, theater seats to raise arts funds

Sandy Springs Public Facilities Authority announced paver and seat-sale fund-raising campaigns to support arts and educational programming at City Springs.

For $300, residents can buy a brick paver personalized with a name or message — three lines of text and up to 32 characters per line, including spacing and punctuation — to be installed along the City Green walkway in front of the fountains.

With a $1,000 contribution, donors will receive an engraved nameplate on one of the seats in Byers Theater in the Performing Arts Center. Nameplates can have five lines of text, up to 30 characters per line. Or, for $1,200 total, supporters can buy both a paver and a theater seat.

“These commemorative pavers and nameplates are another way the community can personally connect to their community gathering place, and at the same time, provide support for arts programming and arts education,” said Sandy Springs Mayor Rusty Paul.


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