The Cathedral Antiques Show recently held a kickoff party for the 2020 show, which will take place Jan. 22 through 26 at the Cathedral of St. Philip in Buckhead. Headlining will be Bravo TV’s Carson Kressley and Thom Filicia of the original “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” and their current hit, “Get a Room with Carson and Thom.” For more information or to purchase tickets, visit

www.cathedralantiques.org

" target="_blank">www.cathedralantiques.org. The party, held at the Buckhead home of David and Debbie Gray, celebrated this year’s show beneficiary, Moving in the Spirit. An award-winning creative youth development program using the discipline of dance, Moving in the Spirit helps children and teens develop the social, emotional and cognitive skills they need to thrive. For more information, visit

www.movinginthespirit.org

. The show is accepting applications for its 2021 beneficiary. Metro Atlanta nonprofits that can demonstrate exemplary stewardship of resources, excellent governance, high operational efficiency and lasting positive outcomes for populations served are welcome to apply by visiting www.cathedralantiques.org. The deadline is Nov. 22. Above: From left, honorary design chair Jon Banks, 2020 chair-elect Anne Matthews, 2020 chair Jenny McClure, Moving in the Spirit founder and CEO Dana Lupton and honorary chair Anne Willingham gather at the party.

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