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Date: June 04, 2016
Time: 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

We are bringing the river to the square!
There will be a 35′ x 50′ pool setup on the street in downtown Newnan for kayak demos and canoe/kayak tug-of-war. There will be a rock wall climbing wall, exhibits, and more.

the week of May 26

 Memorial Day is a time for remembering those who gave the ultimate sacrifice while in our nation’s armed forces. During this holiday weekend, please take a moment to reflect on the commitment demonstrated by these brave men and women, and those they left behind, as they worked to protect our freedom and liberty.

 

Chamber Events

Troup Trends – May 2016

Take a few minutes to enjoy the latest issue of Troup Trends, the quarterly magazine produced by your Chamber. This edition features stories on the Callaway Foundations, Hills & Dales, Jindal Films, LaGrange Symphony Orchestra and more.

 

https://issuu.com/lagrangechamber/docs/troup_trends_may_2016_issuu?utm_source=conversion_success&utm_campaign=Transactional&utm_medium=email

 

Thursday, June 2, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Georgia Chamber Town Hall Meeting with lunch

Please join the LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce and the Georgia Chamber for an interactive town hall meeting facilitated by Georgia Chamber President and CEO, Chris Clark.

 

Over lunch, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a live poll created to ensure everyone is included in the conversation to help us plan for the future of Georgia. Immediately following lunch, attendees are encouraged to stay and provide additional feedback in an optional issue and region specific poll.

 

The meeting will be held at Del’avant, 141 Main Street.

 

Register via this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1FwwFxX0p7NKvEJ3FS532We0JRiVU0xiH0W52_sUXdU8/viewform

 

If you have difficulty with the link, please call 706.884.8671 or email Dave (dave@lagrangechamber.com), and we will take care of your registration! This event is FREE, but registration by Friday, May 27 is required to attend.

 

Tuesday, June 14, 7:00 AM

Early Bird Breakfast

Join us for the June EBB to hear students from THINC College and Career Academy reflect on an exciting and fulfilling first year of academic achievement. THINC CEO, Dr. Kathy Carlisle, will also provide an update on the current status and future plans for the academy.

 

Please join LaGrange Housing Authority/West Georgia STAR for coffee and networking in the McLellan Parlor prior to the breakfast. Breakfast will be provided by C’sons/Mare Sol. To register online click here: http://business.lagrangechamber.com/events/details/early-bird-breakfast-june-2016-2431

 

You may also call 706-884-8671 or email letisha@lagrangechamber.com. To guarantee your seat and receive advance registration discount, please submit by June 9.

 

June 14 – June 28, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM

The Right Combination

Presented by UGA Small Business Development Center, this three – part series is designed to help business owners/entrepreneurs better understand your business funding needs whether you’re starting a business or growing one.

 

  • June 14 – Are you credit worthy? How to understand your credit score and more.
  • June 21 – How is your business doing?  Understanding income statements, balance sheets, ratios, revenue, volume and pricing.
  • June 28 – How to make your business bankable. Implications of business lending and how personal credit impacts a business’s ability to borrow. Debt structuring.

 

All three classes $99, includes lunch, or can be taken singly for $39 each.  Classes will be held in the Emory Room at the Chamber.  To register:  Contact Todd Carlisle at tcarlisle@georgiasbdc.org

 

Summer Camps

June 6-July 1

LaGrange Art Museum – Artful Visions Summer Camp

Summertime is a wonderful opportunity for children to expand and grow! Camps offer weeks of fun, age appropriate visual arts integrated lessons Experienced artist/teachers and great projects (new or re-imagined for 2016) make Camp LAM an excellent summer experience! Ages 3-6 yrs. June 6-10, Rising 2nd and 3rd Graders June 13-17, Grades 4-6 June 20-24, Advanced Placement Portfolio Middle and High School June 27-July 1

For full list of Classes, Workshops, and Camps, or for registration email: art@lagrangeartmuseum.org

 

June 13 – 18

New Horizon Theatre Performing Arts Camp

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM.  Final Performance on the evening of the 18th

Open for students ages 6-15 years. Drama, Music, and Dance

New Horizon Theatre, 411 W 8th St., West Point

$175 per camper (multi-camper family discounts available)

For registration and payment information visit www.nhct.org, or email us: info@nhct.org

 

June 13-17

Winshape Camp – Lafayette Christian School

For details call 800.448.6955 x1120

 

June 13-July 1

LaGrange College – Learn-2-Serve

An Academic Camp for rising 5th-8th graders only. Rolling acceptances until full. For details contact Bethany Myers at bmyers@lagrange.edu or 706.880.8984.

 

July 18 – 22. 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

St. Mark’s “To the Beach We Go”

If you have a preschooler ages 2-rising Kindergarten we have a camp for you. The cost of the camp is $75.00. Call Kim Davison at 706-884-1568 and leave your name and email address to receive a registration form. Deposit of $25.00 is required when registering your child. Space is limited so hurry and apply.

 

July 25-29

LaGrange Symphony Youth Orchestra – Ovation Music Camp

A camp for young beginner and intermediate students of violin, viola, cello and bass to be held at LaGrange College. For details contact the LSO office at 706-882-0662 or info@lagrangesymphony.org

 

Events

Summer Art Camps!

Spend an exciting week with paint, clay, found objects and more! Campers have adventurous experiences looking at, talking about, and making art with a team of fun and creative professional educators and artists.

July 11-15, 9am – 11:30am
Rising 1st-3rd Grade
$130, Space is limited!
More information & Registration

July 18-22, 9am – 11:30am
Rising 4th-6th Grade
$130, Space is limited!
More information & Registration


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

Order Food Ahead

From our Caterer’s Corner Restaurants

Wonderful eats and treats await you at Sweetland. To enjoy ready-to-eat meals from local restaurants in the Caterer’s Corner, simply order directly with each of our featured restaurants. Their pre-boxed meals, gourmet picnic baskets or entertainment platters will be awaiting you for pick up.

For the May 29th concert, orders must be received by 8pm, Thursday the 26th.

If you’re not interested in ordering ahead, concessions by Kimble’s Food by Design will also be available on-site.  For more information, a list of participating restaurants, menu items and more, visit the link below.

View Restaurant Menus

Permitted Chairs

Low profile, beach-style chairs are permitted on the general admission sloped lawn ONLY. Out of respect for fellow concert-goers, chair legs must be no higher than 5” off of the ground with backs no higher than 27”.

Rules & Regulations

Outside Food & Beverages

Outside food and beverages, including alcoholic beverages, are not permitted to be brought into the Sweetland Amphitheatre for the Summer Concert Series. Only events labeled “Picnic Approved” will allow outside food and beverages.

More Information

Parking & Directions

Sweetland Amphitheatre sits just north of historic, downtown LaGrange, Georgia. Within a few blocks of Sweetland and downtown LaGrange there are over 1,000 free parking spaces.

More Information

Smoking/Tobacco Use

Smoking is only allowed in the designated smoking area located on the Great Lawn just west of the Pavilion. Smoking is strictly prohibited in all seating areas including the lawn and pine straw area. This includes electronic/vapor cigarettes.

Rules & Regulation

REMEMBER TO VOTE:  Polls are open in Georgia from 7 am to 7 pm today!  There are important decisions to be made including Troup County Tax Commissioner, School Board & County Commission, plus state senator and US Congress.  In addition, voters will be asked to renew the education SPLOST.  The Chamber Board encourages you to exercise your right to vote and to vote “yes” for the E-SPLOST.  See more below.

 

At our quarterly meeting, the LaGrange-Troup County Board of Directors voted to support the continuation of the Troup County Education SPLOST (E-SPLOST), the 1 cent sales tax currently charged to support capital projects in the Troup County School System.  The referendum is on the May 24 ballot.  The sales tax is one of the fairest ways of funding new or re-building of schools.  The sales tax is a consumer-based tax and not a direct property tax imposed only on property and business owners.  In fact, more than 30% of the sales tax is estimated to be paid by non-residents and visitors per a study conducted by the University of Georgia.
 
“The economic success Troup County continues to experience can be directly tied to the investment our community has made in education,” said Board Chairman Eric Blackman.  “The E-SPLOST has allowed our schools to implement needed technology, maintain the community’s investment in our facilities and provide facilities that foster a positive learning environment to prepare students for college and the workforce when they graduate despite significant budget cuts to the operating budget over the past decade.”
 
The E-SPLOST will generate approximately $71.3 million that will be used to needed safety and security investments, build and renovate schools and upgrade technology.  This is not a new tax, but rather the continuation of something Troup County citizens have voted “yes” for since 1997.  All Georgia counties pay a sales tax rate between 6-8 percent; if approved, the sales tax in Troup County would remain at 7 percent.
 
“Every facility in the Troup County School System has benefitted from past E-SPLOST investments.  More importantly, so has every family who sent their child to one of these schools and employer who has hired a graduate,” added Blackman.  
 
“To prepare a globally competitive workforce, we need a community that is united and committed to providing a standard of education that can compete with the best in the world, not just in Georgia,” added John Asbell, Chamber Board Chair-Elect and Chair of the organization’s public policy initiatives.  “The E-SPLOST will continue to provide our schools with necessary funding to ensure that Troup County can provide the highest quality of education possible.  We look forward to partnering with the Troup County School System to leverage these dollars in ways that will ensure increased student achievement.”

Celebration scheduled for August 25 at 4pm at The Newnan Centre.  
Presented by SouthTowne Motors and UBS Financial Services. 
   
Congratulations to our recent winners!
Montreal Trip:  Marlene Rhodes, Renasant Bank
1st Place Golf Ball Drop:  Phil Trickey, Yamaha
2nd Place Golf Ball Drop:  Allen Skelton, Buffalo Rock-Pepsi
May 24 Constant Contact: Supercharge Your Business with Social Media 
9 – 11am 
The Chamber
Are you seeing the results you want from your social media marketing? Take your brand to the next level by supercharging your online efforts. Learn how to use social media marketing to grow your list, promote your services and generate income. We’ll discuss your goals; show you how those translate into online strategies, and determine what tools and networks can help you achieve results. We will give you a closer look at the popular social media networks – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Google+ and newer channels like SnapChat and Periscope. We’ll show you the benefits of using each, how other organizations are marketing with them, and some dos and don’ts of each channel. We’ll also discuss how to create an editorial calendar for social media and use the content you already have to build brand loyalty. You’ll walk away with specific tactics that your organization can use right away.
(Intermediate Level)
$25 for Chamber members
$35 for non-Chamber members

RSVP Now!

May 26 Member Connect 
11:30am – 1pm 
The Chamber
Held quarterly, these lunches help Chamber members explore and discover opportunities for involvement and ROI while connecting to Chamber benefits and advantages that help them grow their businesses and prosper.
RSVP by contacting the Chamber at 770.253.2270 or emailing info@newnancowetachamber.org
Ribbon Cutting
May 31 Ribbon Cutting for Blue Fern Merchant 
12 – 1pm
5 Greenville St, Newnan
Join us for the ribbon cutting for the Blue Fern Merchant!
Contact Lori Duncan for more information!

Sky Boxes, Reserved & Lawn Seats are on Sale Now

Recently Released for the Upcoming Willie Nelson Concert

Here’s your chance to grab seats for the SOLD OUT Willie Nelson concert with special guests Cam and American Aquarium on Sunday, May 29th. Nearly 100 reserved and lawn seats have been released this morning, including two sky boxes featuring prime-viewing!

Originally built to be media and camera stands, these sky boxes are now available for purchase. They include 8 premium seats, two tables, one parking pass, two gourmet picnic baskets from Tulla White Catering or 505 Eats, and limited complimentary beverages.

There is a two ticket maximum per order for reserved and lawn seating. To purchase tickets please visit the link below. Act quickly, these seats won’t last long!

PURCHASE TICKETS >>


April 16-June 5           THE GEORGIA RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL
Saturdays & Sundays including Memorial Day
10:30am-6pm – Rain or Shine!
Located on I-85 at Exit 61 – 6905 Virlyn B. Smith Road, Fairburn
www.garenfest.com (use promo code MainSt for discounts)

Carnegie Library events – www.newnancarnegie.com
Coweta Public Library events – www.cowetapubliclibrary.org
Newnan Coweta Historical Society events – www.newnancowetahistoricalsociety.com

Be sure to check our website for additional events – www.explorecoweta.com
If you wish to be removed from this listing or have any questions,
please call 770-254-2627

 

CALLAWAY GARDENS KICKS OFF SUMMER MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND WITH THE 57TH MASTERS WATER SKI & WAKEBOARD TOURNAMENT

 

International Water Sports Competition, Live Music, Movies, Beach Fun, Fireworks, and So Much More

 

PINE MOUNTAIN, GA (5/19/2016) – It’s time to celebrate the arrival of Summer at Callaway Gardens’ Memorial Day Weekend Festival, May 27-29, 2016. Catch a few rays, kick up a little sand, enjoy a variety of music and watch the world’s best skiers and riders competing at the annual Nautique 57th Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament® presented by GM Marine Engine Technology.

 

As is tradition at Callaway Gardens, Memorial Day Weekend is full of championship waterskiing and wakeboarding on Robin Lake.  Watch the world’s finest water sports athletes representing more than a dozen countries competing for the largest purse in the United States at the Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament.

 

Competition events include tricks, slalom, jump, wakeboard and wakeskating. The Junior Masters elimination rounds and finals will be Friday, May 27, at 7:30 a.m. The Masters elimination rounds will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday.  Sunday will start with Opening Ceremonies at 10 a.m. and finals at 10:30 a.m. with participants competing for the coveted title of Masters Champion.

 

Special tournament activities on Robin Lake Beach will include water sports exhibitors, concessions and other festivities for spectators to enjoy throughout the event.

 

Memorial Day Weekend opens Robin Lake Beach for the Summer – with lots of exciting activities for 2016, including Aqua Island as well as its traditional activities of swimming, shuffleboard, table tennis, and upgraded miniature golf.  Friday night will feature the movie “The Good Dinosaur,” on the 50 foot screen to kick off the 2016 Movies on the Beach series (www.CallawayGardens.com/MoviesOntheBeach).

 

While a deejay will entertain beach-goers on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Final Answer Band will take the stage Saturday night at 7 p.m. and The Regulars will perform at 7 p.m. on Sunday.  This entertainment is just the beginning of the 2016 Summer Music Series (www.CallawayGardens.com/SummerMusicSeries).

 

Adding to the excitement, Saturday night at dark a Fireworks Extravaganza will light up the sky over the waters of Robin Lake.

 

Guests can add some adrenaline to their day on Callaway Gardens’ year-round attraction, TreeTop Adventure*, which features 36 aerial challenges and zip lines. Reservations are suggested.  Guests also can enjoy the many attractions unique to Callaway Gardens including the Birds of Prey show featuring free-flight hawks, owls and falcons; and butterflies flying about in the Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center. The 10-mile Discovery Bicycle Trail takes guests on a leisurely ride by all of these great attractions.  A tennis match, round of golf, or time spent fishing by boat in other Callaway Gardens lakes are enjoyable ways to begin or end a great day.

 

Special Event admission applies to the Memorial Day Weekend Festival for Saturday and Sunday events ($25/adult; $12.50/children age 6 to 12; children 5 and younger are admitted for free).  At the event, paid admission can be upgraded to Pavilion Passes for premium seating on a limited, first-come basis. Callaway Gardens Annual Passholders receive half-price admission.  For this special holiday event, military personnel receive half-price admission for themselves and up to five guests in the same vehicle with presentation of active, retired, or veteran military identification.

 

Make this experience a weekend getaway.  Stay for the weekend and enjoy the TreeTop Adventure and Callaway Gardens’ array of facilities, attractions and special events on a special Memorial Day Weekend overnight package available in the well-appointed Lodge and Spa, luxury Mountain Creek Villas and Vacation Homes, charming Southern Pine Cottages, and cozy Mountain Creek Inn.

 

Don’t forget to exercise your right to VOTE!

Early voting ends Friday, May 20. On Tuesday, May 24, local precincts will be open from 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM. The ballot includes the Education SPLOST, local races for Troup County Tax Commissioner, Troup County Commission Districts 2 and 3 and Troup County Board of Education Districts 5 and 6. Also on the ballot are contests for Georgia State Senate, 28th District and US Representative in Georgia’s Third Congressional District.

 

Chamber Events

Troup Trends – May 2016

Take a few minutes to enjoy the latest issue of Troup Trends, the quarterly magazine produced by your Chamber. This edition features stories on the Callaway Foundations, Hills & Dales, Jindal Films, LaGrange Symphony Orchestra and more.

 

https://issuu.com/lagrangechamber/docs/troup_trends_may_2016_issuu?utm_source=conversion_success&utm_campaign=Transactional&utm_medium=email

 

Thursday, June 2, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Georgia Chamber Town Hall Meeting with lunch

Please join the LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce and the Georgia Chamber for an interactive town hall meeting facilitated by Georgia Chamber President and CEO, Chris Clark.

 

Over lunch, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a live poll created to ensure everyone is included in the conversation to help us plan for the future of Georgia. Immediately following lunch, attendees are encouraged to stay and provide additional feedback in an optional issue and region specific poll.

 

The meeting will be held at Del’avant, 141 Main Street.

 

Register via this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1FwwFxX0p7NKvEJ3FS532We0JRiVU0xiH0W52_sUXdU8/viewform

 

If you have difficulty with the link, please call 706.884.8671 or email Dave (dave@lagrangechamber.com), and we will take care of your registration! This event is FREE, but pre-registration by May 27 is required to attend.

 

Tuesday, June 14, 7:00 AM

Early Bird Breakfast

Join us for the June EBB to hear students from THINC College and Career Academy reflect on an exciting and fulfilling first year of academic achievement. THINC CEO, Dr. Kathy Carlisle, will also provide an update on the current status and future plans for the academy.

 

Please join LaGrange Housing Authority/West Georgia STAR for coffee and networking in the McLellan Parlor prior to the breakfast. Breakfast will be provided by C’sons/Mare Sol. To register online click here: http://business.lagrangechamber.com/events/details/early-bird-breakfast-june-2016-2431

 

You may also call 706-884-8671 or email letisha@lagrangechamber.com. To guarantee your seat and receive advance registration discount, please submit by June 9.

 

June 14 – June 28, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM

The Right Combination

Presented by UGA Small Business Development Center, this three – part series is designed to help business owners/entrepreneurs better understand your business funding needs whether you’re starting a business or growing one.

June 14 – Are you credit worthy? How to understand your credit score and more.

June 21 – How is your business doing?  Understanding income statements, balance sheets, ratios, revenue, volume and pricing.

June 28 – How to make your business bankable. Implications of business lending and how personal credit impacts a business’s ability to borrow. Debt structuring.

 

All three classes $99, includes lunch, or can be taken singly for $39 each.  Classes will be held in the Emory Room at the Chamber.  To register:  Contact Todd Carlisle at tcarlisle@georgiasbdc.org

 

Summer Camps

June 6-July 1

LaGrange Art Museum – Artful Visions Summer Camp

Summertime is a wonderful opportunity for children to expand and grow! Camps offer weeks of fun, age appropriate visual arts, integrated lessons, experienced artist/teachers and great projects (new or re-imagined for 2016) make Camp LAM an excellent summer experience! Ages 3-6 yrs. June 6-10, Rising 2nd and 3rd Graders June 13-17, Grades 4-6 June 20-24, Advanced Placement Portfolio Middle and High School June 27-July 1

For full list of Classes, Workshops, and Camps, or for registration email: art@lagrangeartmuseum.org

 

June 13 – 18

New Horizon Theatre Performing Arts Camp

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM.  Final Performance on the evening of the 18th

Open for students ages 6-15 years. Drama, Music, and Dance

New Horizon Theatre, 411 W 8th St., West Point

$175 per camper (multi-camper family discounts available)

For registration and payment information visit www.nhct.org, or email us: info@nhct.org

 

June 13-17

Winshape Camp – Lafayette Christian School

For details call 800.448.6955 x1120

 

June 13-July 1

LaGrange College – Learn-2-Serve

An Academic Camp for rising 5th-8th graders only. Rolling acceptances until full. For details contact Bethany Myers at bmyers@lagrange.edu or 706.880.8984.

 

July 25-29

LaGrange Symphony Youth Orchestra – Ovation Music Camp

A camp for young beginner and intermediate students of violin, viola, cello and bass to be held at LaGrange College. For details contact the LSO office at 706-882-0662 or info@lagrangesymphony.org

 

Events

Thursday, May 19, 7:00 PM

“General Orders No. 9” screening

Join a panel of experts and local officials for a screening of the award-winning documentary “General Orders No. 9” followed by a discussion about the sustainable preservation of Troup County’s heritage and natural beauty. LaGrange Daily News and the LaGrange Art Museum have partnered to make this event free and open to the public at the Center for Creative Learning, 114 Lafayette Parkway in LaGrange.

 

“General Orders No. 9” contemplates the signs of loss and change in the American South as man’s progress clashes with nature. Watch the film’s trailer at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3UZOnYxEgc. The panel includes LaGrange Mayor Jim Thornton, County Engineer James Emery, City Planner Leigh Threadgill, archaeologist Patrick Severts and DASH for LaGrange’s Ben Wheeler.

 

For more information, call LDN reporter Tyler Jones at 706-884-7311, ext. 2155.

 

May 19-21

Robin Hood

8 pm each night, plus a 2 pm Matinee on Saturday, May 21

Join our younger players as Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men battle the evil Sheriff of Nottingham, save the fair Maid Marian and live happily ever after in Sherwood Forest!!

 

New Horizon Theatre, 411 W 8th St, West Point

Tickets: www.nhct.org or call ticket hotline at (706) 518-6234

$16 Adults, $13 Students and Seniors (55+) www.nhct.org

 

Saturday, May 21, 7:30 PM

Pure Life presents Jontavious Willis with Hillside Front Porch Collective

This is serious high octane Delta Blues – Young Jontavious Willis has the gift. His delivery is uncanny of the blues-men of the early 20th century. Bonus – Jontavious has teamed up with local Nick Mayfield, Henry Jacobs and The Hillside Front Porch Collectives to bring an entertaining night of music. Bring your cooler and get ready for something you just don’t hear much in these parts. Pure Life Studios, 206 Clark St., LaGrange, Doors open at 6:30 / Music starts at 7:30, contact: message or text Maggie McDonald 706.443.4838, $10.00 cash at door

 

Saturday, May 21, 7:00 PM

Saturday Night Dance at The Active Life

For Adults of all Ages… Dance with live band…Jimmy Smith and the New River Band

The Active Life Wellness Center, 140 Ragland St, $5.00 admission at the door

Contact Celeste Garrett, garrettc@uga.edu, for information

 

Monday, May 23, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Genealogy II

Get to know your ancestors better! Learn how and where to find the records that tell their story of marriage, birth, death, military and others. Prerequisite: Genealogy I Brochures and registration forms are available at the LaGrange Memorial Library. 706-882-7784 x 20 LaGrange Memorial Library, 115 Alford St., LaGrange. www.thrl.org

 

Thursday, May 26, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Bilingual Parenting in the United States: Dr. Iulia Pittman

Iulia Pittman is an Associate Professor of German and Linguistics at Auburn University. A native of Romania, Pittman grew up speaking Hungarian and Romanian. She and her husband are raising their three children bilingually with English and Hungarian. She is the author of the journal article “Trilingual Code-Switching Between Two Transylvanians Living in North America” and editor and contributor to the volume “Raising Children Bilingually in the United States.” During her presentation, she will speak about bilingualism and bilingual parenting based on her personal experiences and research she has conducted on the topic. For more information contact Iulia Pittman at pittman@auburn.edu. LaGrange Memorial Library, 115 Alford St., LaGrange. www.thrl.org

 

June 4-5, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Hills & Dales Estate 100th Anniversary Flower Show

In celebration of our centennial the Callaway home will be festooned with flowers in every room arranged by floral artists representing our local garden clubs. On Saturday and Sunday the home and gardens will be open free for residents of Troup County.

Hills & Dales Estate, 1916 Hills and Dales Drive, LaGrange

info@hillsanddales.org or (706) 882-3242, www.hillsanddales.org

 

Friday, June 17, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Georgia’s Clean Energy Roadshow: Staying On the Cutting Edge of Georgia’s Clean Energy Future

Whether you are a CEO, Municipal Planner or Fleet Manager, staying on-top of current renewable energy and vehicle technology trends is key to maintaining an efficient and money saving operation. Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols invites you to attend his annual Clean Energy Roadshow alongside County and Fleet Leaders to network with the best minds in the business! Interface Awarehouse, 1503 Orchard Hill Road, LaGrange. Register here: http://www.afvroadshow.com/attend.html

 

June 17-18

LSPA presents Disney’s Aladdin Junior

Lafayette Theatre Academy and Young Singers of West Georgia join forces to bring a Musical Performance of Disney’s Aladdin Junior.

LaGrange College’s Price Theatre, 302 Forrest Ave. LaGrange

$5.00 Per Person, lsparts.org or 706-882-9909

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