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Archive for May 2014

Here’s what’s happening in our community this month.  If you have an event or fundraiser you would like to include next month, please email the information to valerie@newnancowetachamber.org at least one week before the end of the month.

 

Don’t miss out on all the exciting June events and programs Coweta County has to offer!  Click on the individual weblinks below to see what’s happening.

 

Centre for Performing & Visual Arts Presents…

 

June shows:  Clown Workshop with Mike Funt, “The Day They Hung The Elephant,” and more.  For dates, times and ticket information, contact:

Centre for Performing & Visual Arts, 1523 Lower Fayetteville Road, Newnan

 www.thecentreonline.net or 770.254.2787

 

Main Street Newnan Presents…

 

June events:  First Friday, Market Days, Farmer’s Market, Summer Wined Up and more.  For dates, times, and information, contact: 

Main Street Newnan,  6 First Avenue, Newnan 

www.mainstreetnewnan.com or 770.253.8283  

 Newnan Carnegie Presents…

 

June programs and classes:  Exercise is Medicine, Creative Writing for Teens, Yoga, CPR, Remembering WWII, Crochet, History with Elizabeth, Knitting, Tai Chi/Qigong, Computer Skills, Literary Circle, and many more for families and children.  For dates, times, and reservation information, contact: 

The Newnan Carnegie, 1 LaGrange Street, Newnan 

www.newnancarnegie.com or 770.683.1347   

 

Newnan Theatre Company Presents…

 

June shows:   Taming of the Shrew, Kids Camp, Workshops, The Clown School, and more.  For dates, times, and reservation information, contact: 

Newnan Theatre Company, 24 First Avenue, Newnan 

www.newnantheatre.com or 770.683.6282

 

Coweta County Visitor Center Presents…

 

Explore other Coweta County events and programswww.explorecoweta.com

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 Around the Community…  

Tuesday Night Dance Parties

Tuesday, June 3; 7 – 10pm; The Wyndham Peachtree Conference Center, Stage 54, 2443 Hwy 54 W, Peachtree City.  Weekly dance party for couples, singles and anyone with no cover.  For more information – 678.938.4891 or claycallaway@bellsouth.net, https://www.facebook.com/groups/743567618997448/

2nd Annual Summer Fling Fun-Raiser

Thursday, June 5, 5:30 – 9:30pm; Summer Grove Town Hall, 333 Summer Grove Pkwy, Newnan.  For more information, fees, and tickets – Elizabeth Hiett, ncbor4@gmail.com or 770.683.0990

Special Olympics Golf Tournament

Friday, June 6, 12pm; Orchard Hills Golf Course, 600 E. Hwy 16, Newnan.  All proceeds benefit Coweta County athletes.  For more information, fees, and registration – Jay Jones, 678.229.8523

6th Annual Strongman Event

Saturday, June 7, 9am; Ashley Park, Newnan.  Competition in seven weight classes with cash prizes.  For more information, fees, and registration – www.fittwarehousestrongman.com

3rd Annual Touch A Truck

Saturday, June 7, 10am – 2pm; Ashley Park, Newnan.  Public safety, race cars, construction trucks, motorcycles and much more.  $3 or $2 with canned good.

Job Networking Meeting

Tuesday, June 10, 6pm; Parish Hall, 33 Greenville St, Newnan.  All are welcome.  For information – 770.253.7400 or www.newnanfumc.org, go to Ministries and then Job Networking

AARP Drivers Safety Class

Thursday, June 12, 10am – 4:30pm; Goodwill East Career Center, 3121 Hwy 34 E, Newnan.  For more information, fees, and registration – 678.423.3562, extension 102

2nd Annual Trip Down Memory Lane Car Show

Friday, June 13, 1 – 4pm; Savannah Court, 27 Belk Rd, Newnan.  All vehicles welcome.  For more information – Mary Davenport 706.668.7731 or rdcoupe@gmail.com

AARP Drivers Safety Class

Friday, June 20, 10am – 4:30pm; Grantville Library, 123 LaGrange St, Grantville.  For more information – 770.683.0535

Building Better Communities Luncheon

Wednesday, June 25, 11am – 1pm; The Newnan Centre, 15223 Lower Fayetteville Rd, Newnan.  Benefits Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity, keynote comedian Steve Geyer.  For more information, sponsorships, and tickets – 770.252.9049, extension 15 or

Coffee & Classics Concert & the Arts After Hours Event

Thursday, June 26, 7pm; Welcome Center Lobby & Chapel at Christian City, 7345 Red Oak Rd, Union City.  Featuring The Peachtree Pops String Quartet & Vocalists.  For more information – Ken White, 770.703.2683 or www.christiancity.org

Cruise-in and Bike Night

Saturday, June 28, 4 – 7pm; Great South Harley Davidson, 185 E Hwy 16.  All vehicles welcome.  For more information – Mary Davenport, 706.668.7731 or rdcoupe@gmail.com 

 

Currently Ongoing:

Newnan Lynch Pool Open

Visit www.cityofnewnan.org or www.coweta.ga.us for more information.

Georgia Renaissance Festival:  Runs Saturdays and Sundays through June 8.  Information:  www.garenfest.com

 Golf Life Ladies League

A new wave of a ladies golf league.  Make new friends and become comfortable on the golf course.  Information:  Golf Life Ladies League or golflifeladies@gmail.com

Business Women’s Golf League

Empowering, inspiring and growing women through golf.  Information: Business Women’s Golf League or bwglplay@gmail.com

FRIDAY & SATURDAY MOVIES, MUSIC & MORE

 $5 Admission after 5 p.m.

 PINE MOUNTAIN, GA (05/29/14) – Sunsets and Summer fun is the name of the game.  Every Friday and Saturday beginning at 5 p.m., admission to Callaway Gardens’ Robin Lake Beach becomes $5* — where every day is already a beach day:

 

Fabulous Fridays – Music, Circus & Movies on the Beach

Fridays, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., the Callaway Gardens Farmers Market will feature locally sourced vegetables, fresh breads, meats, crafts and more.  Beginning at 7 p.m., live music will entertain guests prior to the “Movies on the Beach.”  Guests will enjoy these family-friendly movies:

May 30  The Lego® Movie

June 6  Muppets Most Wanted

June 13  The Nut Job

June 20  Zookeeper

June 27  Frozen

July 11  Ice  Age: Continental Drift

July 18  Brave

July 25  Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

August 1  The Croods

August 8  Oz The Great and Powerful

August 15  Monsters University

August 22  Free Birds

 

Between May 13 and August 1, Friday nights will include performances by the famous FSU Flying High Circus at 8 p.m. prior to the movie.

 

Saturday Sunset DJ, Circus and Music Series

Saturday nights will kick off at 5 p.m. with an onsite DJ.  The following musicians take the stage at 7 p.m. with a performance by the FSU Flying High Circus during intermission:

May 31  Randy & Darlene
June 7  Matt Whitten
June 14  Good Fellas
June 21  Aces and 8’s
June 28  Chris Collins Band
July 4  Swingin’ Medallions
July 5  Wicked Dixie
July 5  The Regulars
July 12  Sons-N-Britches
July 19  Final Answer
July 26  Wicked Dixie
August 2  Aces and 8’s
August 9  Randy & Darlene
August 16  Good Fellas
August 23  Wicked Dixie
August 29  The Regulars
August 30  Final Answer
September 1  Sons-N-Britches

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In honor of Memorial Day, Patrick discusses our troops with his long time friend, Mr. Lewis Jordan who is the founder of the non-profit organization, Gratitude America.

Volunteers Needed

 

Thursday, May 29

Walk an Hour in my Vest (Session I: 12 – 1 pm, Red Cross LaGrange Office, 900 Dallis St., Suite C, LaGrange or Session II: 6 – 7 pm, Red Cross Newnan Office, 770 Greison Trail, Suite G, Newnan)

The Georgia Three Rivers Chapter of the American Red Cross is looking for people who would like to serve in these roles: Damage Assessment, Sheltering/Feeding, Client Casework, or Disaster Action Team.  Learn more about these opportunities at a volunteer orientation session. Please contact Jessica McFadden at  Jessica.McFadden@RedCross.org for more information.

Community Events and Activities for May 24 – May 30

Monday, May 26 – Saturday, May 31

Paint the Town 2014 (8 am – 11:30 pm, LaGrange)

Paint the Town pairs volunteers with low-income homeowners who need assistance with painting their homes. The event helps maintain properties, build community relationships, and restore pride in Troup County neighborhoods. For more information contact Ben Wheeler at 706.298.0585 or bwheeler@dashlagrange.org.

 

Sunday, May 25

Memorial Day Flag Placement (1 pm, Shadowlawn Cementary, LaGrange)

The member Veterans Organizations that make up the West Georgia Veterans Council will be placing flags at Shadowlawn Cemetery on the graves of veterans. Volunteers are needed to help. For more information contact Bernard Bledsoe at bledsoe@charter.net.

 

Sunday, May 25

Memorial Day Service (11 am, Restlawn Memory Gardens, 2098 Mooty Bridge Road, LaGrange)

The service is sponsored by the West Georgia Veterans Council and will last from 30 to 45 minutes.  It will include a welcome Presentation of the Colors, group singing, a brief message by Superior Court Judge Quillian Baldwin, the laying of a wreath, pray and closing.

For more information contact Bernard Bledsoe at bledsoe@charter.net.

 

Tuesday, May 27

Memorial Day Flag Collection (9 am, Shadowlawn Cementary, LaGrange)

The member Veterans Organizations that make up the West Georgia Veterans Council will be collecting flags at Shadowlawn Cemetery that were placed on the graves of veterans. Volunteers are needed to help. For more information contact Bernard Bledsoe at bledsoe@charter.net.

 

Curvy Yoga (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.

 

Wednesday, May 28

Art Therapy (10 am – noon, WGH Enoch Callaway Cancer Clinic, 1st floor art room, LaGrange)

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

 

Thursday, May 29

Drawing: Essentials (5:30 pm – 7:30 pm, Troup County Rec Department, LaGrange)

Instructor Steve Close will be teaching a 6-week drawing course for beginner to intermediate skill levels. 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! For more information contact Troup County Rec Department at 706.883.1670 or info@lagrangeartmuseum.org.

 

Summer Camps

 

May 27 – 31

LaGrange Symphony Youth Orchestra Preview Week (8:30 am – noon, Callaway Auditorium, LaGrange)

Instruction on string instruments for ages 5 and up. Held at LaGrange College, the daily session (8:30am-12 noon) will provide, in a relaxed environment, the perfect opportunity to become familiar with the violin or cello and methods of learning to play. Please contact Dave Marler at info@lagrangesymphony.org or 706.882.0662 for more information.

 

May 27 – August 8

Girl Power & Emerging Women Summer Program (Girl Power Headquarter, 2170 West Point Rd., Hwy 29, Suite 29, LaGrange)

Girl Power & Emerging Women presents a 10-week Summer Program beginning May 27th through Aug 8th. Each week is a new adventure of technology, arts, dance, photography, television, radio, creating and recording songs, obstacle courses, leadership development, amazing races, and more! Each week is only 25.00 for early bird sign ups and $35.00 per week at the start of the program. Contact Girl Power and Emerging Women for more details at 706-882-0950.

 

June 2 – 6

Camp LAM for Rising  1st – 4th  Graders (11 am – 4 pm, LaGrange Art Museum, 112 Lafayette Parkway, LaGrange)

Experience the arts this summer at CAMP LAM! $130 for members, $150 for non-members. Please contact Sallie Keith at info@lagrangeartmuseum.org or 706.882.3267 for more information.

 

June 2 – July 24

West Georgia S.T.A.R. Summer Enrichment Camp (LaGrange Housing Authority)

West Georgia S.T.A.R. presents an eight-week summer program that is filled with interactive and project based activities to teach the reading and math components of the program.  Friday is assessment and field trip day.  Our Youth Leadership Program is year round and focuses on leadership development.  The program is free to residents of LHA, and only $25.00 per week for non-residents.  Contact LHA at 706-882-6416 or West Georgia S.T.A.R. at 706-884-5032 for more details.

 

June 9 – 13

LaGrange WinShape Camp  (7:45 am – 5:15 pm, Lafayette Christian School, LaGrange)

Day camp for children who have completed 1st -6th grades. The Chick-fil-A-sponsored camp is hosted by four local churches and the two Chick-fil-A stores in LaGrange. For more information contact Sherri Brown at 706.402.6423 or sherrib100@aol.com.

 

June 9 – 27

LaGrange College Learn2Serve Camp  (8 am – 5 pm, LaGrange College, Callaway Education Building, LaGrange)

Learn-2-Serve is a three week academic summer camp for both girls and boys who are rising 5th – 8th  graders. This camp will offer a blend of academic studies, physical education and service learning opportunities. Lunch and snacks will be served. For more information contact Rebekah Ralph at 706.831.3979 or learn2serve@lagrange.edu.

 

June 16 – 20

Camp LAM for Rising  5th – 8th Graders (11 am – 4 pm, LaGrange Art Museum, 112 Lafayette Parkway, LaGrange)

Experience the arts this summer at CAMP LAM! $130 for members, $150 for non-members. Please contact Sallie Keith at info@lagrangeartmuseum.org or 706.882.3267 for more information.

 

June 23 – 27

New Horizon Theater (9 am – 4 pm, 411 W. 8th Street, West Point)

Ms. Julia Langley back for her fifth year as Camp Director of the New Horizon Theatre’s 5th Annual Performing Arts Camp! Visit www.nhct.org to pre-pay and guarantee a spot for your campers. Space is limited so make a reservation today.  $150 per student. Please contact Holly Wheeler at hwheeler@intercall.com for more information.

Upcoming Events for a Good Cause

Thursday, June 5

CAFI Golf Scramble and Annual Fundraiser (1 am – 5:30 pm, Coomunity Action for Improvement, Inc., LaGrange)

4 person team golf scramble $500 per team entry fee. For more information contact Randy Cash at 706.884.2651 or rcash@cafi-ga.org.

 

Upcoming Events & Activities

 

Saturday, May 31

Reception and Dedication: Troup Factory Mill Stone (2 pm, Legacy Museum on Main, 136 Main Street, LaGrange)

Please join us for a special program honoring the people of out textile mills, from Troup Factory to modern day. There will also be a reception and dedication of Troup Factory mill stone. For more information contact Legacy Museum on Main at 706.884.1828 cindy@trouparchives.org.

 

Sunday, June 1

National Cancer Survivors Day (2 pm, Camp Viola, Mountville)

National Cancer Survivors Day is a day of CELEBRATING those who have survived cancer, an INSPIRATION for those recently diagnosed, a gathering of SUPPORT for families, and an OUTREACH to the community. It is a day for everyone, whether you’re a cancer survivor, a family member, friend, or medical professional. This day provides an opportunity for all people living with a history of cancer to connect with each other, celebrate milestones, and recognize those who have supported them along the way. For more information contact Mary Ann Hodnett at hodnettma@wghealth.org.

 

Tuesday, June 3

Curvy Yoga (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.For more information contact Mary Ann Hodnett at hodnettma@wghealth.org.

 

Wednesday, June 4 – Friday, June 6

Bible Lands Adventure (10 am – 12:30 pm, Explorations in Antiquity, 130 Gordon Commercial Drive, LaGrange)

Bible Lands Adventure is an opportunity for children, ages 5-15, to come experience life in the Biblical world, while learning about history, culture, and Biblical stories. There will be a lesson, activities (including Shepherd’s Bread Making and Kid’s Digs), and crafts available! Call for pricing and more information. Reservations required. For more information contact Kayla Smith at 706.885.0363 or Kayla.smith@explorationsinantiquity.com.

 

Friday, June 6

Georgia On My Mind Day (11 am, Georgia Visitor Information Center, 1751 Williams Road, Columbus)

Please join us and our tourism partners for our FREE outdoor tourism event including: Free Food, Entertainment, Regional Attraction and Georgia Travel Ideas.  For more information call 706.649.7455.

 

First Friday Summer Concert & Movie Series at Lafayette Square (7 pm, Lafayette Square, LaGrange)

Enjoy this free event with your family and friends. Music begins at 7:00 pm, movie begins at dusk. Featured movie: Hunger Games, Catching Fire. Carryout dinner from your favorite downtown eatery and picnic at Lafayette Square. For more information contact Barbie Watts at 706.298.4534 or barbiew@downtownlagrange.com.

 

Summer Sounds Concert (7:30 pmNew Horizon Theatre, West Point)

Enjoy a Summer Sounds concert with Corbin Hoats, Steffi Ledbetter, Brian Kempson and Chris Terry to benefit New Horizon Community Theatre. $10 general admission. For more information contact New Horizon Community Theatre at nhct@knology.net.

 

Saturday, June 7

Market on Main (8 am – 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.

 

Tuesday, June 10

Curvy Yoga (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.

 

Wednesday, June 11 – Friday, June 13

Bible Lands Adventure (10 am – 12:30 pm, Explorations in Antiquity, 130 Gordon Commercial Drive, LaGrange)

Bible Lands Adventure is an opportunity for children, ages 5-15, to come experience life in the Biblical world, while learning about history, culture, and Biblical stories. There will be a lesson, activities (including Shepherd’s Bread Making and Kid’s Digs), and crafts available! Call for pricing and more information. Reservations required. For more information contact Kayla Smith at 706.885.0363 or Kayla.smith@explorationsinantiquity.com.

 

Friday, June 13

Thrive Cancer Support Group (12 pm, Emory Clark-Holder Clinic 5th floor, LaGrange)

Connect with patients, caregivers, survivors, and family members of any cancer diagnosis. For more information contact Grace Bendinger, RN at grace.bendinger@emoryhealthcare.org or 706.812.4180.

 

Saturday, June 14

Troup County Organic Farm Tours (9:30 am, meet at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 207 N. Greenwood Street, LaGrange)

LaGrange Sierra Club is offering tours of three organic farms in Troup County.  Farms include Ricky Wolfe, Eric Simpson and Doug and Katie Roberts. Meet at St. Mark’s to carpool or caravan. Time involved will be approximately 5 hours (bring your own lunch). Registration required. For more information contact Laura Breyfogle at breyfogle@charter.net or Joanna Baxter at joannabbaxter@yahoo.com

 

Hydrangea Sip & Shop (5 pm – 9 pm, Downtown LaGrange)

Enjoy shopping and wine tasting in your favorite downtown boutiques. Register at Lafayette Plaza and your $25.00 donation will benefit a local nonprofit organization. For more information contact Barbie Watts at barbiew@downtownlagrange.com or 706.298.4534.

 

Sunday, June 15

Callaway Gardens Fitness Series – Sprint Triathalon (8 am, Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain)

This highly successful Sprint Triathlon, now in its eighth year, features a 1/4-mile swim around Robin Lake in four to five feet of water (or less, closer to the shore); a 9-mile bike along nine miles of gently rolling terrain and a 2-mile run along Robin Lake Circle. The easy and scenic course is popular among beginning triathletes – in 2012, 70% of the field was comprised of first-timers. For more information contact info@callawaygardens.com or 800.225.5292.

 

Tuesday, June 17

Curvy Yoga (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.

 

Wednesday, June 18 – Friday, June 20

Bible Lands Adventure (10 am – 12:30 pm, Explorations in Antiquity, 130 Gordon Commercial Drive, LaGrange)

Bible Lands Adventure is an opportunity for children, ages 5-15, to come experience life in the Biblical world, while learning about history, culture, and Biblical stories. There will be a lesson, activities (including Shepherd’s Bread Making and Kid’s Digs), and crafts available! Call for pricing and more information. Reservations required. For more information contact Kayla Smith at 706.885.0363 or Kayla.smith@explorationsinantiquity.com.

 

Friday, June 20

2014 SE Employment Law Series (9 am – noon, Cunningham Center at CSU, Columbus)

Sex, Lies, Investigate This. For more information contact Judy Giddings jgiddings@strategichrpartners.com or 706.561.2465.

 

LifeSouth Community Blood Drive (11 am – 5 pm, upper level parking deck by LaGrange Art Museum, LaGrange)

For more information contact Jennifer Garner atjkgarner@lifesouth.org.

 

Saturday, June 21

THS Tigerette & Majorette Flag & Baton Clinic (9 am – 2 pm, Troup High School gym, LaGrange)

Baton and flag clinic for grades K – 8th. $35 cost to attend. Lunch will be provided. Clinic shirts will be given to those who register and pay by June 6th. For more information contact Tonya White at thstigerette@outlook.com.

 

Ongoing Events

 

April 28 – May 29

CASA Volunteer Training (5:30 pm – 8 pm, CASA Office, 118 Ridley Avenue, LaGrange)

CASA Volunteer Training Mondays and Thursdays of each week, April 28 – May 29. CASA Volunteers advocate for abused and neglected children in Troup and Heard Counties. These children are involved in dependency proceedings through no fault of their own. CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) are appointed by our juvenile court judge to the voice for these children in court. Volunteers must be at least 21 years old. Troup of Troup County, Inc. would like for each child in foster care to have a volunteer to advocate for their best interests.

 

Every Wednesday

Story Time at the Hogansville Public Library (10 am, 600 E. Main Street, Hogansville)

Call 706.637.6230 for more information.

 

Every Third Thursday of the Month

Toddler Thursdays at LaGrange Art Museum (10:30 am, LaGrange Art Museum, 112 Lafayette Parkway, LaGrange)

Toddler Thursday is designed just for 1-5 year olds and their favorite adult. Each class will introduce toddlers to art and the Museum through age-appropriate short stories, gallery activities, and an art activity. Toddler workshops last one hour and are lead by specially trained museum educators. $10 per child per month. For more information contact Sallie Keith at sallie.keith@lagrangeartmuseum.org.

 

 

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The last Monday in May is Memorial Day…a day to remember and honor the men and women who gave their lives in service to our country. May 26 will not only be the final day of a 3-day weekend, but also a chance to reflect on the sacrifice they made.

As many of us travel, play and relax and welcome the start of summer, we should also remember to think of those who answered the call to serve and gave all, and the families who hold the memories of these young men and women in their hearts

Mr. John Plunkett, of the Sacred Harp Publishing Company in Carrollton, GA,

will lead participants in song for two evenings in June.

Practice singing four-part harmony in the shape note tradition and find out more about

Sacred Harp Singing at fasola.org.

 

Space is limited!

 

Call the Coweta County Convention and Visitors Bureau at 770-254-2627 to

reserve your seat for the “June singing school”.

 

Where:

Historic 1904 Coweta County Courthouse, Second floor (elevator available)

200 Court Square, Newnan, Georgia

 

When:

June 3rd & June 24th, 2013

7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Advance Reservation Required

(registration closes at 4:00 PM on day of the event; availability of “walk-in” seating subject to available room capacity after reserved seating is determined, so reservations are strongly advised)

 

Reservation Sign-In at the door; all others as room capacity allows

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