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Ribbon Cuttings

Monday, October 3, 12 noon

Ribbon Cutting – Troup County Republican Party Headquarters

108 Greenville Street, LaGrange

 

Friday, October 7, 4:00 PM

Grand Opening/Renovation Ribbon Cutting – C-Pak Technology

133 Main Street, LaGrange

 

Chamber Events

Spring 2017 Young Gamechangers

GeorgiaForward is thrilled to announce that we’re headed west for Spring 2017 Young Gamechangers to LaGrange/Troup County! Applications are now open for young professionals between the ages of 24-40 from any professional sector and from any Georgia community that has a heart for making positive change in our communities. Applications are due Friday, September 30. Learn more here: http://georgiaforward.org/young-gamechangers/

 

Tuesday, October 11, 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Chamber Golf Schmoozapalooza at The Fields Golf Club

A classic favorite, the 2016 tournament will be held at The Fields Golf Club for a day of competition and networking from tee to green. Following the tournament, the gallery will be doing business in the Business on the Green Schmoozapalooza Tent — a business expo at the golf course! Foursomes and sponsorships are now available. Contact Letisha at 706-884-8671 or letisha@lagrangechamber.com for details.

 

Events

PLEASE NOTE: All LaGrange Memorial Library and Hogansville Library events are available together at the end of this list.

 

Sweetland needs Volunteers for MS Bike Ride – Contact Barbie Watts at barbiew@downtownlagrange.com to sign up for an assignment.

Saturday, 10/1 from 9:00 AM – 7:30 PM

Sunday, 10/2 from 5:00 AM – 10:00 AM

 

Thursday, September 29, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Bridging the Skills Gap

Come out and learn more about the resources that are available to help employers locate qualified and skilled employees. For more information or to reserve your seat contact: Sonja Baisden – 770.229.9799, sonja.baisden@careerconnections.org or Deldria Turner – 706.443.5829 Deldria.turner@westgatech.edu.

West Georgia Technical College, Callaway Conference Center, Suite 105, 220 Fort Drive, LaGrange

 

Friday, September 30, 11:30 AM – 5:00 PM

1st Annual Troup County Board of REALTORS® Golf Tournament

You are invited to join us for our first ever Golf Tournament! There will be prizes awarded to 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place teams, putting & chipping contest, Hole in One prize and much more! Goody bags provided to all players. Lunch provided to players beginning at 11:30am. The first 18 teams paid in full by September 23 will complete the field. All proceeds will benefit the Troup County Board of REALTORS®. www.tcbor.com

Location:The Fields Golf Club – 257 S Smith Rd, LaGrange. Contact Information: Mandy Brown @706-884-2600 or Patty Maenhoust @706-350-3444

 

Saturday, October 1, 8:00 AM

Junior Service League Attic Sale

The Junior Service League of LaGrange will host its annual Attic Sale on Saturday, October 1st at the Callaway Conference Center located at 220 Fort Drive. Doors will open Saturday morning for early admission at 8 am for $5, and regular admission begins at 8:30 am for $1. Contact Information: Lucy Wynne, 404-558-7267 or info@jsloflagrange.com.

 

Tuesday, October 4, 6:30PM

Memories of the Mansion Author Lecture, Reception & Book Signing

Jennifer Dickey, Sandra Deal, and Catherine Lewis will speak about their new book Memories of the Mansion: The Story of Georgia’s Governor’s Mansion. Each attendee will be given a historic boxwood plant propagated at the estate.

Hills & Dales Estate Visitor Center, Free with registration, 706-882-3242; info@hillsanddales.org, hillsanddales.org

 

Thursday, October 6

Special Day for Special People on West Point Lake

We are still accepting pre-registration from groups and organizations who deal with the disabled and elderly. Call 706-645-2937 or email us at west_point_lake@usace.army.mil

 

Thursday, October 6, 12:00PM

Thursday Lunch Club (TLC)

LaGrange photographer Whit Perry will present the program, following a served at the table lunch for only $6. Whit has an extensive background in foreign travel, focusing on photography and writing. Fellowship Hall of LaGrange First UMC.

Contact Information: Jake Behr 706-957-1206, Lunch $6

 

Saturday, October 8, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

SGC Movie Night

We will be showing the family friendly movie Finding Dory. This is a great way to hang out with family and friends. Popcorn and drinks are provided. All you need to bring is a chair or blanket for seating. http://www.sgclagrange.com/#/sgc-life/movie-night, 706-884-3150

 

Thursday, October 13

Second Annual TOYS FOR TOTS Golf Tournament

The PFC George Eiland Detachment 1040, Marine Corps League invites all local golfers to join in supporting our 2016 TOYS FOR TOTS campaign here in Troup County by participating in our golf tournament at The Fields Golf Club, 257 South Smith Road, LaGrange. We ask each two (2) man team to collect and donate $100 (or more) in new, unwrapped toys at the event. The entry fee for each of the team members will be $35. For more information, contact Bernard Bledsoe at: 706-882-7611 or bledsoe@charter.net.

 

Thursday, October 13, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Yankee Doodle Diva Fall Fashion Show

The LaGrange Woman’s Club and Dillard’s will host its annual fall fashion show at Del’Avant. Ticekts are $40 per person, for more details call 706-884-1832.

 

Friday, October 14, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Chattahoochee Riverkeepers presents West Point Lake Heritage

Leaving from Highland Marina Resort, Sally Bethea, director of Chattahoochee Riverkeeper from 1994-2014 will enlighten us about the role CRK has played in improving the water quality of communities downstream of Atlanta and especially West Point Lake. West Point native and history buff Stephen Johnson will share tales of Native Americans who once lived along the Chatthoochee River as well as how West Point residents fared floods before West Point Lake was formed. A few locals will take us back in time with stories from before West Point Lake was formed or when it was newly impounded. For more information: https://chattahoochee.wufoo.com/forms/q8a4i5g1rabofu/

 

Friday, October 14, 4:00 PM, 6:00 PM & 8:00 PM

Point University Choir

Choir Concerts at the Point University Scott Fine Arts Building.  Admission is Free!

 

Saturday, October 15, 10:00 AM

Point University Homecoming Parade

Join us in downtown West Point for Point University’s Homecoming Parade. The Marching Skyhawks will play and floats built by Point students will be paraded by the street. This is a great opportunity for your family to join us in celebrating the Point Skyhawks! point.edu/homecoming

 

Saturday, October 15, 10:00 AM

Point University Homecoming Game

Cheer on the Point Skyhawks in their Homecoming football game versus Webber International University at Rams Stadium in Valley, AL. point.edu/homecoming

 

October 15-16

The Hogansville Hummingbird Festival – Midwest Georgia’s Favorite Fall Festival

“The City of Friendly People” invites you to the annual Hogansville Hummingbird Festival in historic downtown Hogansville. Our Main Street will be bustling with food, crafts, antiques, music, local artists, open storefronts, rides, and activities for the whole family. Two days of old-fashioned family fun! Includes free parking, shuttles, handicap access, ample security, and kids play area. Vendors and sponsors are welcome! For more information, http://www.hummingbirdfestival.com/.

 

Sunday, October 16, 2:00PM – 4:00 PM

Stories in the Garden

This storytelling event will feature LaGrange’s own Fred Newman who is the sound effects expert for A Prairie Home Companion on National Public Radio. After the storytelling, we will have a commemorative tree planting to honor the 100th anniversary of the home. Hills & Dales Estate Pecan Grove, Free with registration, 706-882-3242; info@hillsanddales.org, hillsanddales.org

 

Sunday, October 16, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Historic Cemetery Tour

LaGrange on Foot: Historic Broad Street Tour and Cemetery Tours. Walking tour featuring anecdotes about the people behind the buildings or headstones, these tours are a great way to become acquainted (or re-acquainted) with the unique character of LaGrange. www.trouparchives.org, info@trouparchives.org or (706)884-1828 and ask for meeting location when making reservation.

 

Tuesday, October 18, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Wine-ing Down Cocktail Party & Tradeshow

We are inviting all local Brokers, REALTORS® and businesses to join the Troup County Board of REALTORS® for a great time of networking and learning more about the Troup County Board of REALTORS®. There will be music, hors d’oeuvres, and cash bar. Included is a tradeshow featuring Business Partners of the Troup County Board of REALTORS®. Deadline to register is October 3, 2016 by 2p. Cost is free, but registration is required. www.tcbor.com

 

October 20 – 22

The Crucible

8:00 PM each night with a 2:00 PM Matinee on Saturday

Set during the Salem witch trials of the 1690s, Arthur Miller’s 1953 Tony Award winning play The Crucible is a timeless parable of morality, a scorching indictment of intolerance, and a central work in the canon of American drama for over 60 years

New Horizon Theatre, 411 W 8th St., West Point, $16 for Adults / $13 for Seniors, Students, and Military, For tickets: Visit the website @ www.nhct.org or call the Ticket Hotline @ 706/518-6234, For Audition information, email us at: info@nhct.org

www.nhct.org

 

October 20-23 and 27-29

Into the Woods

LaGrange College Theatre presents the Tony-award winning musical, “Into the Woods.”

Price Theater – Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for senior citizens (55 and older) and non-LC students and free for LC students faculty and staff. Email the box office to make reservations at priceboxoffice@lagrange.edu, or call (706) 880-8080.

 

October 20 – 23, October 27 – 29

Lafayette Theatre Company’s: And Then There Were None

Ten guilty strangers are trapped on an island. One by one they are accused of murder; one by one they start to die. In this superlative mystery comedy statuettes of little soldier boys on the mantel of a house on an island off the coast of Devon fall to the floor and break. A nursery rhyme tells how each of the ten “soldiers” met his death until there were none. LSPA-706 882-9909 WWW.LSPARTS.ORG, Adults- $17.00 Students- $12.00

 

October 20 – October 22

6th Annual Merry Market

Merry Market Shopping Extravaganza features over 40 vendors from throughout the Southeast selling unique and specialty items just in time for the holidays. This exciting 3 day event kicks off on Thursday evening with a Preview Party from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Your ticket includes first chance to shop, food, beverage, entertainment, silent auction AND allows entrance for shopping the entire time the market is open. $30 All day shopping Friday, October 21, 9 a.m-6 p.m. and Saturday, October 22, 9.a.m. – 5 p.m. One day admission ticket $5. Proceeds benefit Grant programs for School Readiness.

Callaway Conference Center 220 Fort Drive, LaGrange, On the Campus of West Ga. Technical College

Contact Information: United Way of West Ga. PO Box 532 LaGrange, Ga 30241 706-884-8292 merrymarketlagrange.com

 

October 21 – July 2017

Pasaquan Works on Paper by Eddie Owens Martin

Regular Museum Hours: Tuesday-Friday 9-5PM and Every Third Saturday from 1-4PM

The LaGrange Art Museum is partnering with Columbus State University and the Kohler Foundation for the fall Opening of Pasaquan, a seven-acre art environment consisting of six major structures, more than 900 feet of painted masonry fence, painted totems, decorative walkways, sculptures, and other art and artifacts. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is considered among the most important visionary art environments in the United States.  “One of the top 16 places to see in the US in 2016.” – CNN. LaGrange Art Museum, Free for Troup County Residents, Non-Residents $5 donation Call 706-882-3267, email art@lagrangeartmuseum.org, www.lagrangeartmuseum.org

 

Friday, October 21, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

The Glow Gala

Join us for a radiant evening filled with beauty and philanthropy. Look Good, Do Good. Discover the newest innovations in aesthetics: body sculpting, cosmetic injectibles and breakthrough technologies in advanced skincare. Bid on dazzling silent auction items to benefit Special Olympics Georgia. Dermatology Institute, 1075 Lafayette Parkway, LaGrange. For more details www.diglowgala.com/.

 

October 21 – October 23

LaGrange College Homecoming

A weekend of Homecoming festivities, including a concert by Tonic, and special guest Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ at Sweetland. Also 1966 50th Reunion Dinner, Panther Palooza VI, Concert, Reunion Row Tailgate, Homecoming Parade, LaGrange Panther Football, and “Into the Woods” at Price Theater. alumni@lagrange.edu, 706-880-8244, www.lagrange.edu

 

October 21 LaGrange College Homecoming Panther Palooza VI Downtown LaGrange

Sponsored by the Alumni Association and Sweetland
Wear your red and black to party with family and friends in downtown LaGrange. Plenty of spots to park, dine and shop – all within walking distance of Lafayette Square (www.downtownlagrange.com ) and Sweetland Amphitheatre (http://www.sweetland.events/events-tickets/).

 

“Bring it Back Home Art Celebration”
Cochran Gallery, 4 E. Lafayette Square, 5–7 p.m., opening reception
Features works of LaGrange College art alumni in celebration of the 35th anniversary of the opening of Lamar Dodd Art Center.  Register at the Cochran Gallery between 5–7 p.m to receive a coupon for one slice of Mighty Joe’s pizza (redeemable September 21st from 5–8 p.m.)

 

Concert features Tonic, with special guest, Drivin’ N’ Cryin’
Sweetland Amphitheatre at Boyd Park, 110 Smith St. (two blocks north of Lafayette Square) Gates will open at 7 p.m. Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ will begin playing at 8 p.m., followed by Tonic at 9:15 p.m. Ticket prices are: General admission, standing, $25; Reserved (LC alumni), $10; Reserved (public), $25; and general admission lawn, $15. However, the price will be $10 for the first 950 people to register for Homecoming 2016.

 

For tickets visit http://www.sweetland.events/events-tickets/  A limited number of VIP Seats are available for $45. They will be reserved seating in the first four rows and access to the Sweetland VIP Suite, which includes a full bar, complimentary appetizers and VIP restrooms.

 

Alumni register at Sweetland Amphitheatre from 7–8:45 p.m. at the Alumni Hospitality Tent on the Great Lawn to win an Ipad mini. The drawing will be held at 9 p.m.

 

October 22 – 23

Fly Fishing at Callaway Gardens

Learn the graceful art of fly fishing from our Professional Cast­ing Instructors which have years of experience. Our weekend fly-fishing schools are lim­ited to 10 participants to ensure an effective instructor-student ratio and consists of classroom instruction, casting practice and lake fishing. www.callawaygardens.com/events/sports-and-recreation/fly-fishing-schools.

 

Sunday, October 23, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Theology and Hymns

A service presented by the combined talent of Point Biblical Studies Faculty, Fine Arts Department, and Spring Road Christian Church. Point University Scott Fine Arts Center Performance Hall

 

October 26 – 27, 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

TEEN MAZE 2016

Volunteers are needed for TEEN MAZE 2016! TEEN MAZE encourages students to think before engaging in risky behaviors. Callaway Conference Center, 220 Fort Drive LaGrange. Contact Information:TiShari McFarland, MPH Troup County Health Department, tishari.mcfarland@dph.ga.gov, 706-298-3650, troupcohealth.org/teen-maze-2016-volunteers

 

Saturday, October 29, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Chili Cook Off and Halloween Festival at Sweetland

Sample a variety of chili made by community members and vote for your favorite chili during this competition. Children 12 & under will enjoy fall festival games, trick or treating and the Children’s Halloween costume contest. Check the website for event times & details. Sweetland at Boyd Park – Chili tasting tickets –  Adult $5, Children [ages 12 – 3] $3 Halloween festivities are free for children 12 & under, in costume

Barbie Watts 706-298-4534, barbiew@downtownlagrange.com, www.downtownlagrange.com

 

Saturday, October 29, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Phantoms of the Organ

A free and fun seasonal musical celebration featuring area organists in a “Spooktacular” concert. 1st Presbyterian Church, 120 Broad Street LaGrange, Contact Information:

Bettie Biggs, Artistic Director Choral Society of West Georgia, 706-333-0627 www.cswg.weebly.com

 

October 30, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

NAACP Annual Freedom Fund and Honor Banquet

Annual Freedom Fund and Honor Banquet Theme: Passing the Legacy to the Next Generation Keynote Speaker: Rev. Dr. Francys Johnson, Georgia NAACP State President. Del’ avant Event Center, 141 Main Street, LaGrange

Contact Information: Ernest H. Ward, Troup County Branch President 706-302-0345

 

Tuesday, November 1, 7:30 PM

LSO presents FIRE – If Music be the Food of Love

LaGrange Symphony Orchestra presents FIRE – If Music be the Food of Love. This concert, in honor of the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare features music by Elgar, Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev and Leonard Bernstein. It will include on-stage readings from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and libretto of West Side Story. 706-882-0662, info@lagrangesymphony.org, www.lagrangesymphony.org

 

Saturday, November 5, 9:00 AM

Steeplechase at Callaway Gardens

Now in its 31st year, this can’t-miss Fall tradition features thoroughbred horses jumping and racing against the backdrop of beautiful Pine Mountain Ridge. www.callawaygardens.com

Featuring paintings by Troy Crisswell, Martin Pate, and Jane Whitehurst

 

OPENING RECEPTION
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7th

7 to 9 pm

 

Dogwood Gallery & Framer

www.dogwoodgallery.net
ph 770.774.3524

October Events at
The Nixon Centre for the Arts

The Drifters
Almost SOLD OUT!
Get your tickets today

Saturday, October 1 at 7 pm
$15 adults, students & seniors

       Community Event:
Masterworks Chorale
Children Will Listen
Sunday, October 2 at 2 pm

Featuring the Atlanta Young Singers
and the Newnan FUMC Carol Choir
Adults $15 / Students $5
Children 6 and under free

“This will be our reply to violence: To make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ever before.”

— Leonard Bernstein

 

Laura Dowling
Demonstration and Lunch with former White House Chief Florist
Wednesday, October 5 at 10:30 am

Laura Dowling is inspired by a broad spectrum of design influences, from landscapes and period designs to Parisian haute couture. Laura’s speaking engagements take her across the country and to Europe. See her in action at The Nixon Centre for the Arts. LIMITED seating! Tickets can be purchased at The Nixon Centre, Monday-Friday, 9 am – 5 pm, or by phone at 770-254-2787, ext. 2.

Visit Laura Dowling Website

         Patrons of the Centre
and
The Coweta County Board of Education

request the honor of your presence
at the Naming Ceremony
of the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts
in honor of
Donald W. Nixon
Three O’clock Sunday, October 23,2016
Reception to follow the ceremony

Philadelphia Brass
Tuesday, October 25 at 7 pm
$10 adults, students & seniors

The Philadelphia Brass was formed in 1988 by professional musicians from Eastern Pennsylvania to pursue their common goal: performing the best of brass quintet literature of all periods and styles. They have collaborated in performances with bands, choruses, organists and dancers, as well as performed educational programs for grade-school children, college students, and adults of all ages. Critics and the public alike have enthusiastically praised the appealing diversity of repertoire, technical virtuosity as well as humorous, informative educational programs. The ensemble’s performance has been praised as “artistry of the highest caliber” and “dazzling technique” by presenters. Its master classes have been called “excellent and sensitively handled”. One of the unique strengths of Philadelphia Brass is the palpable sense of respect, affection and musical enjoyment among its members.


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P.O. Box 1422 • Newnan, GA 30264
770-254-2787 • Map/Directions to The Nixon Centre

Please join the Grantville Branch Library staff for the following programs:

 

Wednesday, September 28th @ 9am

Morning Fit Walk (all ages) Are you ready to start walking and don’t know where to begin? We’ll lead the way. Walking is one of the easiest, most enjoyable, and most profitable forms of exercise. All you need is a good pair of shoes, comfortable clothing, and desire. You are invited out every morning to start your day off with a brisk morning walk in order to get their circulation going. Don’t miss out!

 

Thursday, September 29th @ 6pm

Zumba Fitness @ the Library! (ages 15 and up) Zumba is a “feel-happy” workout that is great for both the body and the mind!!! It’s fun and effective, using interval training combining fast and slow Latin and international rhythms for an effective aerobic workout while targeting your legs, abs, gluts and arms. Don’t be a wall flower, join the fun with Ms. Misha as we get fit and have a great time at the Grantville Branch Library! REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

 

Saturday, October 1st @12:30pm

Graphic Novels Cover to Cover (ages 12 & up) As graphic novels carry out their manifest destiny, swallowing up the real estate of library shelves and, more slowly, classroom curricula, the final frontier of acceptance may be the book group. The broad themes and splashy visuals often associated with comics might seem innately at odds with the intimate, personal discussions engendered in book clubs, so the challenge for the format is to prove it can fulfill the specific needs of the diversifying book-group market by promoting discussion and fostering social opportunity. Maximum participants are 20.

 

Special Announcement:

 

Writing Competition Deadline approaching!

The Friend of the Coweta Public Library presents the 2016 Student Story Writing Contest for children in grades 3-12. Your child(ren) can submit their Fantasy Fiction story to any one of the CPLS locations (Grantville Branch, Central Library, A. Mitchell Powell Branch or Senoia Branch) by 6:00pm on Thursday, September 29th.

 

Loving Me Phenomenally with Endless Opportunities program:

Due to lack of registration, the CPLS Grantville Branch Library cannot offer the Loving Me Phenomenally program thru November 5th. We hope to bring this program back to the Grantville area in fall 2017. Thank you to the parents and girls who participated in the program this September.

 

Hope to see you at the library!

 

From:    Mary Stewart

Date:     September 24, 2016

Re:         Volunteer Help for the Hummingbird Festival

 

Hello All,

Festival weekend is only 3 weeks away and we are developing our volunteer schedule.  We desperately need volunteers to sell water at the water stations, and sell tee shirts and misc. items at the festival headquarters booth.  Additionally, we need some strong young men or women to help supply water and materials to these stations.
Please ask your family and friends; any help is greatly appreciated.  It is becoming increasingly difficult each year with attendance building; and we’re not getting any younger!!

Thanks in advance for anything you can do.  Call me at 706-333-2520

CALLAWAY GARDENS® HOSTS 14th ANNUAL IDA CASON CALLAWAY FOUNDATION CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT

 

Support the Non-Profit Ida Cason Callaway Foundation, Enjoy a World-Class Event; Players Receive a $200 Callaway Golf Gift Card and More

 

PINE MOUNTAIN, GA (9/20/2016) – Callaway Gardens® will host the 14th annual Ida Cason Callaway Foundation (ICCF) Golf Tournament Friday, Sept. 30, 2016.  Proceeds from the tournament, co-title sponsored by Callaway Golf® and Odyssey Golf®, enable the ICCF to share the wonders of nature with thousands of schoolchildren by providing funds for diverse environmental programs available at Callaway Gardens.

 

This tournament celebrates the great spirit of Callaway Gardens’ founder, Cason J. Callaway, who believed that golf should be a pleasant experience in beautiful surroundings as well as a fun way to introduce children to nature.

 

“If you are looking for a great afternoon of golf, food, entertainment and enjoying a beautiful Fall day in nature, find your team and sign up.  This is a relaxing but competitive tournament in which teams and individuals will want to participate – ask any past participant and they’ll tell you it’s an event worth attending,” said Wyatt Detmer, director of golf at Callaway Gardens.

 

Teams will receive a bevy of goods with entry into this can’t-miss event:

 

*Competition round on your choice of Mountain View or Lake View courses, plus a Thursday or Saturday bonus round
*$200 Callaway Golf Gift Card per player, redeemable for the latest clubs, apparel, footwear, bags and more
* Pre-round Skills Challenge on Twin Oaks Practice Facility
* Lunch on the driving range
* Closest-to-the-pin contests, great door prizes and raffle
* Access to demo clubs, TrackMan® launch monitor session and the Callaway Golf® Merchandise Tent
* Awards ceremony and reception
* Complimentary beverage cart during round

 

Teams will compete in a scramble on either the challenging Mountain View Course, 12 time site of the PGA Tour’s® Buick Challenge, or the more scenic Lake View Course.

 

Proceeds from the event go to the biggest winners:  the students who receive the opportunity to experience the educational and horticultural programs of Callaway Gardens.  In addition to a host of programs and initiatives, the not-for-profit foundation hosts more than 30,000 schoolchildren in the Gardens each year, provides internships for college students and supports Callaway Gardens’ acclaimed Birds of Prey program.

 

Tournament day registration will begin at 9:30 a.m., with a luncheon to follow.  Shotgun starts on both the Mountain View and Lake View courses will begin at 1 p.m.

 

Registration fee is $1,200 per four-person team. This event will fill up fast so sign up today – CLICK HERE for registration form or contact Sandy McKeen at 1.844.227.6073 or smckeen@callawaygardens.com.

 

Corporate sponsorship packages are available at the Bronze ($2,500), Gold ($5,000) and Platinum ($10,000) levels.  For information, CLICK HERE for registration form or contact Sandy McKeen at 1.844.227.6073 or smckeen@callawaygardens.com.

 

With a Friday tournament, find a group of golfers and make a weekend of it! Overnight accommodations are available – call 1.800.463.6990 for reservations. Enter or mention Rate Code ICCF for discounted participant rates.

 

Callaway Gardens is in Pine Mountain, Ga., 60 minutes southwest of Atlanta and 30 minutes north

Demonstration and Lunch with Laura Dowling

Former White House Chief Florist

Demonstration and Lunch
Wednesday, October 5 at 10:30 am
Tickets $25

Laura Dowling is inspired by a broad spectrum of design influences, from landscapes and period designs to Parisian haute couture. Laura’s speaking engagements take her across the country and to Europe. See her in action at The Nixon Centre for the Arts.

LIMITED seating! Tickets can be purchased at The Nixon Centre, Monday-Friday, 9 am – 5 pm, or by phone at 770-254-2787, ext. 2.

Visit Laura Dowling Website

 

 


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Your support makes a difference — Help support us now


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

2016 Summer Series Finale Performance

This Friday, Sept 23, 2016 8pm – 10pm

Fairburn Stage & Courtyard

15 SW. Broad Street
Fairburn, GA 30213

Antoinette Montague is an American Jazz  and Rhythm and blues singer. She performs in many of the major jazz clubs, and music venues in New York tri-state area. Her style is said to be bold and brassy. She sings many Jazz standards, slow blues, uptempo swing, Gospel music, R&B, Bossa nova and what has been called ‘pretty blues’, styles. She has been noted to be in the class of jazz greats such as Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan. She has performed all over the world. She has created the Jazz Woman to the Rescue Foundation, and a super hero “Jazz Woman”, a project to bring jazz and art to schools and communities. She is known to bring jazz masters together for performances. Ms. Montague says that she sings “people music”. She is known to push the boundaries of jazz and blues. She sings new and old classic jazz and blues songs. She even blends in gospel, R&B, classic soul, pop, Bossa nova, and does what she calls hip bop. And, is known to be able to take a song from any genre and jazz it up, or to blend in her various influences. Her deep belief is that jazz can be made to be appreciated by the general public.

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