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to Attend the 
Small Business of the Year Awards Lunch
Thursday, August 21
11:30am – 1pm at 
The Newnan Centre
1515 Lower Fayetteville Road
Cost:  $35
 
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Be a part of this exciting event that recognizes Coweta’s amazing talent.  Come out to support your peers! Availability is limited.  Sign up now!  

It’s a sporting event that has gained legions of fans from the United Kingdom, America, Australia and South Africa over the last decade. Traditionally a French spectacle, the Tour de France bicycle race is now a truly international event appealing to people the world over. This year’s Tour includes racers from America, England, China, Japan, Russia, Australia and Canada, as well as 28 other countries. This year’s 22-day race started on 5 July in Yorkshire, England under sunny skies. Over two million fans lined the route on the first day alone! The Tour doesn’t end until Sunday 27 July so there’s still time to catch the cycling fever. It’s contagious and a great chance to encourage the young people in your life to take up cycling or just to get active!

Southern Arc Dance Company will kick off its first season in its new home with A summer ballet intensive culminating in an open house and studio showing on August 2nd from 2 – 4 PM. The regular school programs begin on August 4th. We welcome all lovers of art and dance to join us as we seek and encourage the joyful dancer and mover in all of us. Please visit our website for more information including event schedules, class schedules, and class fees. http://www.southernarcdancetheater.org

  • JULY 21- 25, 2014……SUMMER BALLET INTENSIVE

o   Featuring artistic director Paulo Manso de Sousa with guest instructors

  • Myrna Kamara  From 1984 to 1989, Ms. Kamara was a member of the New York City Ballet where she danced roles in ballets by George Balanchine, Jerome Robbins, Peter Martins, Eliot Feld and Lar Lubovitch.
  • Onur Topal-Sumer is from Istanbul, Turkey. She received a B.F.A. in dance in Istanbul and a M.F.A. in dance and technology from UC, Irvine. She has attended many international festivals performing and staging her original works across Europe, Asia, and the United States.
  • Susan Babcock is a recent transplant to GA via Austin, TX and Orcas Island, WA. She brings her love and dedication of teaching dance to SADC from a broad spectrum of the art she loves. Holding dance degrees from Sullins College and Southern Methodist University she established one of central Texas’ most reputable dance centers.
  • AUGUST 2, 2014…Open House from 2:00PM until 4:00PM
  • AUGUST 4, 2014…DANCE CENTER OPENS

 

The mission of Southern Arc Dance Center is to provide a supportive environment for learning and creative expression of the highest caliber in every genre of dance and movement, uniquely drawing inspiration from all aspects of the Fine Arts.

 

The vision of Southern Arc Dance Center is to bring into existence an enviable forum for teaching and learning the absolute best of dance and movement. Atop a foundation of superb technique and mutual respect, teacher and student will have the freedom to create and express their most authentic selves using elements for inspiration from many of the Fine Arts forms, such as music, voice, theatre, film, photography, paintings and the written word.

 

We are proud to provide the place for dancers and movers of all ages and international diversities to achieve and/or surpass their goals in terms of physical, emotional and creative well-being. Those with the talent and desire to make a career of dance or movement will have our unwavering support, time and vast array of contacts in order to help make their dreams come true. Newnan’s Southern Arc Dance Center is committed to seeking out and encouraging the joyful dancer and mover in every student who walks through these doors not only today, but for generations to come.

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Joseph Hall’s Elvis Rock ‘N’ Remember Tribute

Saturday, August 2nd
7:00 pm
Tickets: $12, Senior/Student $10

ELVIS IS BACK! Live from Branson, this show is masterfully produced with a mixture of Elvis hits from rock n’ roll to country to gospel, stage props, multiple costume changes, and a live rockin’ band.

If you have seen the hit TV show “America’s Got Talent,” then the name and performance of Joseph Hall will not be new to you. Millions of viewers across the country voted him into the Top 10 acts, beating out over 100,000 other contestants and performers! This is a must-see for any Elvis fan and is a great family show. 


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1523 Lower Fayetteville Road • Newnan, Georgia 30265
770-254-2787 • Map/Directions

Saturday, July 19

Market on Main (8 – 10 am, Carmike Cinema parking lot, East Depot and Main Street, LaGrange)

Enjoy this local farmer’s market each Saturday morning until October. Purchase the freshest produce, baked goods, preserves and plants around. Worth waking up early for!  For more information contact Barbie Watts at 706.298.4534 or barbiew@downtownlagrange.com.

 

Super Saturday at LaGrange Art Museum (1 – 4 pm, LaGrange Art Museum,  1122 Lafayette Parkway, LaGrange)

Every Third Saturday of the month spend the afternoon at the Museum. Families, neighbors, and friends can tour the current exhibit and explore an art activity. Spend the afternoon or just drop in and experience the arts. FREE!!  For more information contact Sallie Keith at sallie.keith@lagrangeartmuseum.org  or 706.882.3267.

 

Sunday, July 20

Book Signing for Skinner McLane (2 – 4 pm, Hawkes Library, West Point)

Skinner McLane, author of “Half-Remembered Dreams: Short Stories from my Youth” will be a guest at Hawkes Library in West Point. The Book Signing will last from 2:00 – 4:00 and refreshments will be provided by Friends of the Library. Skinner is a Summa Cum Laude English major at Auburn. This is his first published work. For more information contact Hawkes Library at 706.645.1549 or friendsofhawkes@gmail.com.

 

Monday, July 21

Financial Peace University (6 pm, LaGrange Memorial Library, Fackler Conference Room, 115 Alford Street, LaGrange)

This life-changing class taught by Dave Ramsey and the FPU teaching team on video and coordinated by Joshua Britt at LaGrange Memorial Library in LaGrange, GA will help you achieve your financial goals by showing you how to eliminate debt, save for the future, and give like never before. You will be challenged and motivated to make a plan for your money and change your family tree forever. For more information contact Joshua Britt at josh.britt@ellisandellis.com or 706.884.6470.

 

Auditions for “My Son Pinocchio Jr” (7 pm, New Horizon Theatre, 411 W. 8th St, West Point)

Auditions for the musical Disney’s My Son Pinocchio, Jr will be held at New Horizon Theatre. Actors aged 6-16 are needed- no preparation required. Directed by Noelle Reed. SHOW DATES: September 4-6, 2014. Audition location is subject to change due to construction – visit wwww.nhct.org for additional information and location updates.

 

Tuesday, July 22

Curvy Yoga Therapy (6 pm, WGH-The Women’s Health, 1420 Vernon Road, LaGrange)

Therapeutic Yoga is a particularly effective complementary healthcare method for those recovering from, or living with cancer. This is an excellent choice for those who need something gentle yet effective for reducing stress and bringing the body into balance.This class is for cancer survivors, cancer patients and caregivers of those with cancer. For more information contact Mary Ann Hodnett at hodnettma@wghealth.org.

 

Auditions for “My Son Pinocchio Jr” (7 pm, New Horizon Theatre, 411 W. 8th St, West Point)

Auditions for the musical Disney’s My Son Pinocchio, Jr will be held at New Horizon Theatre. Actors aged 6-16 are needed- no preparation required. Directed by Noelle Reed. SHOW DATES: September 4-6, 2014. Audition location is subject to change due to construction – visit wwww.nhct.org for additional information and location updates.

 

Thursday, July 24

Drawing: Essentials (6-week art course) at LaGrange Art Museum (5:30 pm – 7:30 pm, LaGrange Art Museum, 112 Lafayette Parkway, LaGrange)

A drawing class for beginner to intermediate skill level, this class will focus on the essentials of drawing and design. Special attention will be paid to topics like line, composition, values, and perspective. Any drawing medium can be used for this class. Join us and expand your knowledge and your drawing prowess or try drawing for the first time! Instructor: Charlie Warner. 9th grade – adult. Fee is $120, supplies included. For more information contact Sallie Keith at sallie.keith@lagrangeartmuseum.org  or 706.882.3267.

 

Friday, July 25

Software Made Simple: Excel 2010 Intermediate, Seminar

Cost is $150. For more information contact Becky Parnell at 706.332.7372 or becky@softwaremadesimple.net.

 

Art Therapy for Cancer Patients and Survivors (10 am – 12 pm, West Georgia Health ECCC, 112 Lafayette Parkway, LaGrange)

Art is a free expression of who you are both during and after your journey with cancer. It helps patients and their caregivers cope with the treatment and recovery process. West Georgia Health Oncology Services offers this class freely to cancer patients, survivors and caregivers. Local artist volunteer their time to teach and demonstrate different medians of art. For more information contact Mary Ann Hodnett at 706.812.2191 or  hodnettma@wghealth.org.

 

The Academy Theatre’s Senior Ensemble is presenting a free show meant to create inter-generational laughs on July 26th at 11:30 AM!

The show is created by seniors and directed by the noted director Mira Hirsch. The Senior Ensemble performs the show which runs about 45 minutes.

“This is a chance for the kids to know what grandma and grandpa are really thinking. We want to create an intergenerational discussion.” says performer Lynn Alpern.

‘The performers tell me that this is a way to really get their feelings out there’ says Director Mira Hirsch.

We especially want school kids to attend this performance so that they learn that retired people are community assets and more than just people who you visit once in a while’

The show is happening in conjunction with the Hapeville Farm and Art market, which runs from 9 AM to 1 PM Both the market and the show are sponsored by the Hapeville Association of Tourism and Trade and the City of Hapeville.

 
“This show is so funny and it’s different!” says Hapeville fan Charlotte Rentz.
Everyone is welcome and a discussion follows the show.

What: A Rose Between Our Teeth Act II: A FREE Academy Senior Ensemble show
Where: Hapeville Performing Arts Center. 599 N. Central Hapeville
When: July 26 at 11:30 AM
How Much: FREE
Why: Because the older you are, the funnier life gets.

Join us on August 28, 2014 at Highland Country Club
as we support the kids of our community!
This year’s event promises to be a great day of golf, great door prizes, and lots of fun as we support youth in our community with the 
2014 Kia of LaGrange Back-a-Kid Golf Tournament!!!
 
Select your sponsorship opportunity and
get registered TODAY!!!
 
Registration deadline: August 19, 2014
Schedule of Events
8:00 AM       Morning Shotgun Start
11:30 AM     Lunch Begins
1:00 PM       Afternoon Shotgun Start
5:30 PM       Awards Ceremony
Come prepared to take advantage of unlimited mulligans and red tee shots for a chance at the lowest team score and
opportunities to win raffle prizes!
Special Thanks to These Sponsors:
Presenting Sponsor
 Gold Sponsors
            
 
Bronze Sponsors
AIG Life and Retirement
CB&T
File & Records Management
West Georgia Technical College
    
For more information visit our website or call 706-812-9698!

 

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