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Come Dressed In Your Best Poodle Skirt, Bobby Socks, Jeans and Leather Jacket

Join Bel Canto LaGrange Women’s Ensemble

For

“It’s Our Party”

 

Bel Canto LaGrange Women’s Ensemble Will Be Dressed In Their “Glad Rags”

Don’t Be Left Out!

 

Don’t Wait – Call Highland Country Club

(706-884-1727) for Reservations and a night

of great music, food, wine and dancing

to the classic sounds of the 1950’s!

 

Chamber Events

 

Thursday, May 5, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Joint Cinco de Mayo Dinner with Harris County Chamber of Commerce

Join the LaGrange-Troup County and Harris County Chambers of Commerce for a Mexican fiesta!  We’ll have appetizers and dinner prepared by Kimble’s Food by Design, cold beer/wine and margaritas!  Plus, we’ll here from Callaway Gardens CEO Bill Doyle III about exciting developments at that great tourism attraction.

 

To register online click here: http://business.lagrangechamber.com/events/details/joint-dinner-with-harris-county-chamber-of-commerce-may-5-2016-2383. You may also call 706-884-8671 or email letisha@lagrangechamber.com. $35 per person for member and guest (includes appetizers, dinner, adult beverages); advance reservations required by May 2.

 

Tuesday, May 10, 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM

Early Bird Breakfast

Join us as we honor the 2016 Small Businesses of the Year and hear from Lara O’Connor Hodgson, a founder of NOW Corp at our May Early Bird Breakfast.

 

Please join Poplar Creek 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-may-2016-2375. You may also call 706-884-8671 or email letisha@lagrangechamber.com. To guarantee your seat and receive advance registration discount, please submit by May 5.

 

Events

 

April 28-30

ON THE VERGE or The Geography of Yearning

By Eric Overmyer

Directed by Kim Barber Knoll

Curtain is at 7:30 pm. April 24 at 2:30 pm (Matinee only)

www.lagrange.edu/academics/theatre-arts/index.html

In this hilarious time-traveling fantasy, three Victorian women explorers trek to the Himalayas, the shrouded jungle, the exotic Orient and across the frozen tundra. They encounter a troll, a yeti, a cannibal, a smooth Havana club owner, and many other fun, surprising characters. As they travel the world they also travel through time, and their language morphs from 1888 properness to the lingo of 1955! “For the linguistically inclined, this ardently alliterative and omnivorously onomatopoetic safari should be difficult to resist.” – The New York Times

Price Theater, 304 Forrest Ave. LaGrange, Tickets: (706) 880-8080 or priceboxoffice@lagrange.edu,$10 Adults, $8 students, $8 seniors (age 55+), LC free

 

April 29 – May 1

C4 Weekend Music Series Cancer Fundraiser

Pure Life Studios Presents: Hope for a Day – the C4 team is putting on a fundraiser to help raise money for the local community with breast cancer awareness and early detection. Fri., April 29th, 4InTheFire ~ featuring Kelli Johnson – Pop/Bluesy/Soul/Gospel – Doors open at 6:30pm Music Starts at 7:30pm / Sloppy Pig will be available onsite. Sat., April 30th Sarah Peacock – Kickbutt Country/Americana – Doors open at 6:30pm Music Starts at 7:30pm / Boys Backyard Grill will be available onsite. – Cash only Sun., May 1st Mike Jerel and Charles (Big Saxy) Robinson – R&B – Doors open at 3pm Music Starts at 4pm / Cary Wolfe will have tapas style eats available onsite. Tickets: $30 for single tickets $25 for two or more tickets (either two or more people or 2 or more days) Tickets available at: Stephens Exclusives, Market Place, Plum Southern and Elliebelles

Pure Life Studios, 206 Clark St., LaGrange – message or text Maggie McDonald 706.443.4838

 

Saturday, April 30, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Troup County Master Gardener Plant Sale

Refresh the garden and landscape. Select from master gardener grown annuals, perennials, shrubs, fruits and vegetables-all REASONABLY priced! Browse our rare and unusual plants, 2016 new introductions and unique gifts. Master gardeners will be available to offer expert advice and suggestions. Admission and parking-FREE! A complete list of plants is available on our Facebook page: TCMGA https://www.facebook.com/TCMGA/?fref=ts

 

Saturday, April 30, 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM

1st Annual GLL Marine Spring Classic

1st Annual Spring Classic benefiting the American Cancer Society. Join us at Pyne Road Park for a day of Family Fun with Raffles, Giveaways, Food, Drinks, Bass Tourney and Kayak Tourney. Aside from our fishing tournament, we will have a kayak and paddle board demo, kids fishing, a bounce house and more! www.gllmarine.com, GLL Marine, 3017 West Point Rd., LaGrange

 

Sunday, May 1, 4:00 PM

9th Annual Holocaust Remembrance Observation

A community gathering for Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Biblical History Center, 130 Gordon Commercial Drive, LaGrange, 706-885-0363

Free admission, www.biblicalhistorycenter.com

 

Monday, May 2, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM

Computer Basics: Mouse & Internet

Learn how to use a mouse and do simple searches on the internet. No computer experience is necessary. Registration is required. LaGrange Memorial Library, 115 Alford St., LaGrange. www.thrl.org

 

Monday, May 2, 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 Registration is required. Brochures and registration forms can be picked up at the LaGrange Memorial Library or call 706-882-7784 x 20. LaGrange Memorial Library, 115 Alford St., LaGrange. www.thrl.org

 

Tuesday, May 3, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Author Talk: Jameson Gregg

Winner of the 2015 GAYA Award for Humor, Jameson Gregg will speak as part of the Friends of the LaGrange Memorial Library Author Talk Series. LaGrange Memorial Library, 115 Alford St., LaGrange. www.thrl.org

 

Thursday, May 5, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Art in Bloom

The LaGrange Art Museum will once again celebrate spring with Art N’ Bloom, a benefit luncheon that combines fresh floral arrangements and the fine art that inspired the arrangements.  This year’s event, a floral Interpretation of the Museum’s Permanent Collection and Luncheon will take place at the Del’Avant Event Center and will feature women in the arts, inspiring speakers who will describe how the creative process and art have enriched their lives and contributed to their achievements.  Tickets are $40.00. www.lagrangeartmuseum.org, Lauren Oliver 706-882-3267, art@lagrangeartmuseum.org

 

Thursday, May 5, 12:15 PM – 12:45 PM

National Day of Prayer

Everyone is invited to attend the National Day of Prayer Service. This is an annual observance held on the first Thursday of May, inviting people of all faiths to come together to pray for our nation. The theme for 2016 is “Wake up America,” with Bible verse Isaiah 58:1. Biblical History Center (formerly Explorations in Antiquity), 130 Gordon Commercial Drive

 

May 5 – May 14

LSPA’s Lafayette Theatre Company Presents: Leading Ladies by Ken Ludwig

Directed By: Carol Cain LSPA Black Box Theatre Picnic Theatre May 5 – 8; 12 – 14

In this hilarious comedy by the author of Lend Me A Tenor and Moon Over Buffalo, two English Shakespearean actors, Jack and Leo, find themselves so down on their luck that they are performing “Scenes from Shakespeare” on the Moose Lodge circuit in the Amish country of Pennsylvania. For tickets and additional information, please visit www.lsparts.org or call 706.882.9909.

 

Friday, May 6, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

CASA BBQ Fundraiser

BBQ Fundraiser with all proceeds to benefit the CASA program

Sweetland Ampitheatre 110 Smith Street (Boyd Park)

Contact Information: Kim Skiff – 404-229-8602 or June Nelson – 706-845-8243

$8.00 per bag – includes 2 bbq sandwiches, chips & brownies; $20.00 Full Slab of Ribs with sauce (Delivery available for 10 + tickets)

 

Friday, May 6, 4:00 PM, 6:00 PM, 8:00 PM

Point Concert Choir Spring Concert

Celebrate! Point University Spring Choir Concert.

Scott Fine Arts Center at Point University

 

Saturday, May 7, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Ninth Annual Picnic in the Garden

Free admission to the garden with a blanket and picnic basket. Enjoy old-fashioned games and pony rides, face painting, sno-cones and a balloon artist. As a special treat we will offer tethered hot-air balloon rides overlooking the house and gardens. There will be live music and special prizes for the best picnic spreads. Free to the public.

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

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

 

Saturday, May 7, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Roman Army Day

An extremely popular, family-friendly event that features dramatic presentations from Legio XI, a group of Roman soldier re-enactors. Other activities include bread making, mosaic tiling, weaving, Roman marketplace, catacombs and much more.

Biblical History Center, 130 Gordon Commercial Drive, LaGrange, 706-885-0363, www.biblicalhistorycenter.com

 

Saturday, May 7, 2:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Chattahoochee Valley River Revival

Join Chattahoochee Riverkeeper for a Saturday afternoon paddle trip on the river, and live music afterwards at the recently completed River Park in West Point, GA. www.chattahoochee.org

 

Saturday, May 7, 7:00 PM

Bel Canto LaGrange Women’s Ensemble

A spring concert featuring LaGrange’s premier women’s ensemble, Bel Canto LaGrange

For more information, Bettie Biggs, Choral Society of West Georgia, 706 333 0627

 

Saturday, May 7, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM

Pure Life Studios Presents Jerry Salley

Referred to by Billboard Magazine as “One of Music Row’s greatest veteran tunesmiths,” Jerry Salley, the “2003 SESAC Country Music Songwriter of the Year” has had over 400 songs recorded in his multi-award winning career. From Sir Elton John’s only chart single to appear on the Billboard Country Chart (“Where We Both Say Goodbye” – duet with Australian artist Catherine Britt) to a Gospel song so popular it has been included in Church Hymnals (“His Strength Is Perfect”); from songs recorded by country music legends Loretta Lynn and The Oak Ridge Boys to some of today’s biggest country stars like Chris Stapleton (highly acclaimed Traveller CD), Reba McEntire, Toby Keith and Brad Paisley, Jerry’s long list of accomplishments speaks for itself.

 

Pure Life Studios, 206 Clark St, LaGrange, Doors open at 6:30pm, Music Starts at 7:30pm, message or text Maggie McDonald 706.443.4838, $15.00 cash at the door

 

Thursday, May 12, 11:00 AM

Spring Fashion Luncheon at Bellevue

Sponsored by The LaGrange Woman’s Club & Downtown LaGrange Development Authority. Tickets are $20

 

Friday, May 13, 7:30 PM

Pure Life Studios presents Open Mic – Teens

Teens are welcome on stage to perform works in progress – house keyboard and guitar available – Original works encouraged. Everyone welcome to come listen – Only teens perform. Pure Life Studios, 206 Clark St., LaGrange, Doors open 6:30 / Music Starts 7:30, message or text Maggie McDonald 706.443.4838, $5.00 suggested cash donation at the door.

 

Saturday, May 14, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Aquatic Oasis

Join Carleton Wood as he shares his experience in building a water garden and Koi pond. Topics to be covered include location, planning and design, liners, filters, recommended plants and adding fish. After the program we will carpool to visit a completed water garden.

Hills & Dales Estate, 1916 Hills and Dales Drive, LaGrange, www.hillsanddales.org

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

$25 per person.

 

Saturday, May 14, 7:30 PM

Local Showcase with Nick Valachos, Whit Perry and More

Come hear local seasoned musicians share their songs and tell their stories. This is such a fun night. Laughs and great friends. Pure Life Studios, 206 Clark St., LaGrange

Doors open 6:30 Music starts 7:30, contact: message or text Maggie McDonald 706.443.4838, $10.00 Cash at the door.

 

Monday, May 16, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM

Internet II

Do more searches on the internet and explore features of the browser. Registration is required. LaGrange Memorial Library, 115 Alford St., LaGrange. www.thrl.org

 

Monday, May 16, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Genealogy I

Learn to use Ancestry.com to find your ancestors and build your family tree. Request a five-generation chart when you register and fill out as much as you can to help you search during class. Brochures and registration forms can be picked up at the LaGrange Memorial Library or call 706-882-7784 x 20. LaGrange Memorial Library, 115 Alford St., LaGrange. www.thrl.org

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

LaGrange Art Museum

5th Annual “Art N’ Bloom” Fundraiser Features Fine Art and Fresh Flowers

Tickets are $40 each and may be purchased by calling the Art Museum (706-882-3267)

 

 

The LaGrange Art Museum will once again celebrate spring with Art N’ Bloom, a benefit luncheon that combines fresh floral arrangements and the fine art that inspired the arrangements.

 

This year’s event, a floral Interpretation of the Museum’s Permanent Collection and Luncheon will take place on Thursday, May 5th at 10:30am at the Del’avant Event Center and will feature “The Artists Among Us”, three inspiring speakers who will describe how the creative process and art have enriched their lives and contributed to their achievements.

 

“In searching for “The Artists Among Us”, Committee Co-Chairs Nanci Lechacz and Connie Boccucci wanted to find women who represented a mix of generations and worked in a variety of art mediums”, said Executive Director Karen Anne Briggs.  “I think they have found a wonderful representation of the arts and the artists in this community, and I hope they continue to honor the unique artists among us each year.”

 

Honorees this year will include Janis Kish former Museum board member, floral designer and artist who has been a longtime patron of the arts and is credited with founding Art N’ Bloom in LaGrange.

 

Amy Orr, Artistic Director of the Lafayette Ballet Company and Callie Knight Hammond, Director of the LaGrange Symphony Youth Orchestra String Ensemble are also honorees.  Each of these women have made a significant contribution to the creative landscape in LaGrange and to young lives.

 

In the spirit of true creativity, guests this year are sure to be inspired by the wildly-creative-no-rules-required floral interpretations done by members of local garden clubs.  Inspired by the creativity springing from the newly remodeled and open Center for Creative Learning, floral designers will have great freedom this year in interpreting the Museum‘s Permanent Collection.

 

A luncheon of Chicken Paillard, with lemon herb sauce, Caesar salad and haricot vert will be served by caterer Jeffrey Tucker.

 

A cherry red, Kitchen Aide Mixer has been donated for raffle by Jabalay’s Paint and Appliance.  Raffle tickets are $10 each and are available for advance purchase as well as purchase at the event.

 

A silent auction, featuring numerous items donated by local businesses and artists, will take place at 10:30am prior to the luncheon itself.

 

The Center for Creative Learning (CCL), which sits immediately adjacent to the 50 year old beloved Museum, is the first building welcoming visitors as they enter the City.  This vibrant mixed-use, multi-art space is a focal point and growing source of community pride.  The former feed and seed sits on the Museum’s campus and incorporates an Event Space, Pottery Studio, and teaching kitchen.

 

The Center is being used by artists, potters, children, adults and seniors, and by community art and civic groups alike. A variety of creative classes are taught – painting, pottery, photography, calligraphy, cooking, jewelry and metal working, sewing, knitting, and furniture restoration … to name a few.

 

Art N’ Bloom is a fundraising approach that enables patrons to support the museum financially while enjoying a museum program that particularly appeals to them. “We’re very excited about this event,” said Board President Bobby Cammon, “The response so far has been tremendous. We are thrilled that this is now an annual event, and that this year it had taken a truly unique and creative turn”

 

The museum relies on support from individual donors for nearly 25% percent of its annual budget, according to Museum Executive Director, Karen Briggs. “Our fundraisers allow us to provide meaningful cultural programs and stimulating exhibitions throughout the year,” she said, securing the museum’s vitality for future generations.

 

The LaGrange Art Museum is a not-for-profit art museum dedicated to the enjoyment and understanding of the visual arts through the quality of its collections, exhibits, education programs, and community outreach initiatives. It is committed to being a vital partner in the educational and cultural life of the community it serves. Its mission is to support lifelong learning that reflects the value of diversity and contributes to the viability of the region by serving as both an art museum and community arts center with a special dedication to serving the region’s youth. 

 

Located on the highly visible gateway corner of Lafayette Parkway and Morgan Street, the LaGrange Art Museum is the first building obvious to visitors as they enter the City of LaGrange.  Chamber of Commerce tourism surveys indicate it is a key partner in tourism and economic development, and it’s educational and outreach programs fill needs of a wide range, developing the creativity of thousands of people each year from all backgrounds and ages.

 

The LaGrange Art Museum collects and presents contemporary art by emerging and established artists with an emphasis on regional visionary artists, and strives to make that art relevant to its community. Its permanent collection holds works by artists such as Frank Stella, Benny Andrews, Beverly Buchanan, Howard Finster, Lamar Dodd, Mildred Thompson and Annie Greene.  The Museum is committed to connecting community with creativity and to being a vital partner in the educational and cultural life of residents of the lower Chattahoochee Trace.

“What Lies Within”
A Collection of Photography
by Dale Niles
Opening Reception:
Saturday, April 30th

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

 

Dale has spent almost two years photographing the eclectic collections of her friend, Andrea Noel. She had no idea of the depth of the items Andrea collected when she began the project.  Andrea started collecting bottle caps and matchbooks as a child. Her interest expanded into many different directions.  Barbies, old kitchen tools, broken eyeglasses and dollhouses are just a few of the items Dale has photographed.  These images showcase the beauty in Andrea’s multitude of treasures.

Please join us next weekend for the opening reception.

 

1175 Senioa Road North, Suite N  |  Tyrone, GA  |  770-774-3524

Chamber Events

Monday, April 25, 6:00 PM

Candidate Forum

Be an informed voter. Join us at Del’avant to hear from all candidates for State Senate District 28 and U.S. Congressional District 3. Mayor Jim Thornton, moderator

 

Tuesday, April 26, 6:00 PM

Candidate Forum

Be an informed voter. Join us Del’avant to hear from candidates for Troup County Tax Commissioner, Troup County Board of Education (Districts 5 & 6) and Troup County Commission (Districts 2 & 3). Mayor Bill Stankiewicz, moderator.

 

Thursday, May 5, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Joint Cinco de Mayo Dinner with Harris County Chamber of Commerce

Join the LaGrange-Troup County and Harris County Chambers of Commerce for a Mexican fiesta!  We’ll have appetizers and dinner prepared by Kimble’s Food by Design, cold beer/wine and margaritas!  Plus, we’ll here from Callaway Gardens CEO Bill Doyle III about exciting developments at that great tourism attraction.

 

To register online click here: http://business.lagrangechamber.com/events/details/joint-dinner-with-harris-county-chamber-of-commerce-may-5-2016-2383. You may also call 706-884-8671 or email letisha@lagrangechamber.com. $35 per person for member and guest (includes appetizers, dinner, adult beverages); advance reservations required by May 2.

 

Tuesday, May 10, 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM

Early Bird Breakfast

Join us as we honor the 2016 Small Businesses of the Year and hear from Lara O’Connor Hodgson, a founder of NOW Corp at our May Early Bird Breakfast.

 

Please join Poplar Creek 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-may-2016-2375. You may also call 706-884-8671 or email letisha@lagrangechamber.com. To guarantee your seat and receive advance registration discount, please submit by May 5.

Legacy’s favorite performers take the stage in Into the Woods
If you loved Chance Wall in Buddy: the Buddy Holly Story, you won’t want to miss him in Into the Woods! Also, starring as The Witch is Legacy’s own founder and Executive Producer, Bethany Smith (last seen on stage in Chicago).
Chance Wall

Buddy: a Buddy Holly Story & Into the Woods

Bethany Smith

Chicago & Into the Woods

In addition to Wall and Smith, The Legacy’s professional production stars regular Legacy performers including Nick Crawley (Music Man/Tarzan), Paul Glodfelter (Appalachian Christmas Homecoming/Footloose), Jeremiah Parker Hobbs (Moonlight & Magnolias/Title of Show), Katie Patterson (Rocket Boys/Winter Wonderettes), Nancy Riggs (Footloose/Nuncrackers), Justin Thompson (Rocket Boys/Chicago), Sarah Vinson (Footloose/Music Man) and Leah Parris, who is making her Legacy debut. The show is accompanied by musicians Becky Clark, Bert Groover and Paul Tate.
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Upcoming Events
Georgia Cities Week
Come Join us for Fairburn Family Night!!!
Bring your picnic dinner, blanket, chair and be prepared for a night of FUN!!!! Tuesday, April 19, 2016.
FREE EVENT –  Free Giveaways!!!!
Georgia Cities Week Tour
Thursday, April 21, at 9:00am come tour the City of Fairburn with us.  You will get to see the new developments and areas that proves that Fairburn is Situated to Succeed!!!
For Tour please RSVP at 770-964-2244 x 134.
or by email at events@fairburn.com
Drakarr & An Experience Band
In concert this Friday, April 22, 2016 at the Fairburn Stage and Courtyard.  Concert starts at 7pm.  Bring your lawn chairs and picnic baskets and be prepared to dance all night.
Drakarr & An Experience Band will open our Summer Series Concerts.
Free admission
(This is an outside concert)
Fairburn Stage & Courtyard
15 W. Broad Street, Fairburn, GA 30213
next to OZ Pizza
SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 2016
6000 Rivertown Road
duncan Park
The Creekside JROTC & The City of Fairburn, has teamed together to celebrate the 100th year of JROTC.  A Fit Run will begin at 12:00 noon, followed by field activities at the football field of Duncan Park. 
In time for Mother’s Day & Graduations
The City Yard Sale will take place on April 30, in the far parking lot of the Fairburn Educational Campus (GMC & Brenau Campus).  To take part please complete paperwork at City Hall – 56 Malone Street.
Yard sale will open at 7:00am  until 4pm.
For more information contact City of Fairburn at 770-964-2244.

Be Entranced By the Evening Stars, Talented Symphony, and Spring Air
Callaway Gardens continues its tradition of offering an enchanted evening under the stars with the 2016 Symphony on the Sand.

As a supporter of our previous Symphony on the Sand performances, we want to share some exciting news with you about this years event. First, we are partnering with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra. This orchestra was founded in 1855 by Mendelssohn’s student, Herman S. Saroni, making it the second orchestra formed in the United States. It has long been recognized as one of the southeast’s finest musical ensembles. Second, our new partnering orchestra is available to perform on a Saturday. So, we are very pleased to share that this wonderful event will be on Saturday, April 23, 2016.

We have a limited number of tickets available for this event so order your tickets TODAY before it is too late!

Tickets are now on sale with discounts for purchasing in advance.

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5th National Day of Prayer – Hogansville, GA

Thursday May 5  at 11.30 AM

Calvin Hipp Park

Downtown Hogansville…

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