The Kitchen at Atomic Opens and New Art Shows

Friday: Outdoor movie event Cinema in the Circle is showing the 1992 classic animated film FernGully: The Last Rainforest at Huntridge Circle Park. Visit the community concession stand for Gianna’s Pizza, treats and beverages. The free, family-friendly event starts at 6 p.m.

First Friday has been rescheduled due to high winds but Bunkhouse Saloon will still be pouring beers inside with bands Pure Joy People, The Dirty Hooks, Almost Normal, Cameron Dettman and Leather Bound Crooks. Music starts at 8 p.m. Tickets $8.

Artist Aaron Sheppard’s “Sensitive White Boy Syndrome”  explores cultural norms and the connection between self-expression and physical space. The show opened Thursday at Sin City Gallery and runs through April 29. Gallery hours are Wed.– Sun. 1-7 p.m.

The buzz of the Kitchen at Atomic’s opening spread quickly this week.  Stop in for a cold beverage and bites such as Mama Johns Mac Bites, a BBBLT with pork, turkey and duck bacon, or indulge in an American classic for dessert, a Frostie and Fries.  The new restaurant is located next to Atomic Liquors on Fremont and 10th Streets.

Sunday: As part of The Corner Gallery’s Pen and Palette series Author Sandra Scheller reads from her book Try to Remember–Never Forget, a retelling of her mother’s story as a prisoner in Nazi concentration camps from 2:30–4:30 p.m. On the walls see artist David Beck-Brown’s exhibit “The Unknown Artist: History Erased”  depicting redrawn versions of Adolf Hitler’s artwork.

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