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L5PBA x Scraplanta Sip 'n Scrap Crafts Record Store Day Themed Decorations for Findley Plaza

On April 16, the Little 5 Points Business Association (L5PBA) geared up for Record Store Day with a Sip n' Scrap event at the L5 Corner Tavern, crafting record-themed decorations. The event, part of the L5PBA's creative placemaking initiative funded by a City of Atlanta NPU-N grant, brought the community together to create 45 rpm record flowers with CDs as petals.

Record Store Day, invented by Eric Levin of Criminal Records in Little Five Points in 2006, has become a global celebration of independent record stores​​​​. Expect big crowds outside each of L5P's three record stores this weekend.

The Sip 'n Scrap was a first of many this summer. As part of the NPU grant, L5PBA is collaborating with Scraplanta, a local non-profit championing sustainable art. Scraplanta's mission to transform art supplies destined for landfills into art resonated perfectly with the day's theme: combining music, sustainability, and creativity.

This event not only commemorated Record Store Day's history in Little Five Points but also showcased the ongoing efforts to enliven the neighborhood through culturally rich and sustainable activities, reinforcing its status as an innovative and community-focused destination.

L5PBA will also be hosting bands in Findley Plaza this Sunday, April 23, the day after Record Store Day.

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