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Saturday’s Easter Egg Hunts; Easter Sunrise Service; Meals Offer Something for Everyone




PINE MOUNTAIN, GA (04/15/2014) – Enjoy Easter weekend with your family this year at Callaway Gardens® during the weekend of April 19-20, 2014.  As in years past, Callaway Gardens has family-friendly activities planned for the whole weekend.




Family Activities


All ages are invited to participate in the Easter Egg Hunts on Saturday, April 19, from Noon to 5 p.m. on the lawn at Robin Lake Beach.  Guests of all ages should bring an Easter basket and set out to find thousands of candy eggs, along with some very special prize eggs.  The Easter Bunny will visit from Noon to 5 p.m. with whom boys and girls can have their Easter photo taken and enjoy the festivities including the egg hunts, a DJ, face painting, balloon artist, sidewalk chalk art and more fun.  Egg hunts are free with admission to Callaway Gardens.




The annual Easter Sunrise Service will be Sunday, April 20, at 7 a.m. on the ski pavilion on the west-side of Robin Lake Beach. Marc Pritchett of R.U.S.H. Ministries and Mountain View Baptist Church of Thomaston, Ga., will deliver the Easter Sunday message. The natural beauty of Callaway Gardens during the early morning hours serves as a magnificent backdrop to this service and beautiful music.  Admission is free prior to 8 a.m.  Guests should enter through the original Gardens gate on U. S. Hwy. 27.




Enjoy These Options for Easter Lunch


After the Sunrise Service, guests can enjoy one of Callaway Gardens’ popular Easter Buffets for dozens of delicious selections.  The Callaway Gardens culinary team will have something to please every palate with choices from salt roasted prime rib of Angus Beef and Cajun spiced mahi mahi to roasted chicken with spring onions and sherry as well as a variety of other delectable brunch items.  Guests may indulge themselves with desserts featuring peach crisp, sweet potato pie, pecan pie, New York Cheesecake and more.




The Easter Buffet in the Mountain Creek Inn Ballrooms will be from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. for $34.95* per adult.  A children’s buffet will be available for $17.95* for children 6 to 12 years of age.  For ballroom reservations, please call 1-800-CALLAWAY (225-5292) ext. 6832 or 706-663-6832. 




The Gardens Restaurant will offer an Easter Buffet from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Guests may choose an appetizer, entrée and dessert from a prix fixe Easter menu for $30* per adult and $12* for children age 6 to 12.  A special menu for children ages 5 and younger will be available.  For reservations, please call 1-800-CALLAWAY (225-5292) ext. 6734 or 706-663-6734.




Details on Easter weekend are available online at www.callawaygardens.com/Easter.




Callaway Gardens is open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Callaway Gardens’ special event admission for Celebrate Spring! is $25/adult; $12.50/child (ages 6-12); and children 5 and under are admitted for free.  Tax is included.  Most activities occur from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays.  A small fee may be charged for some activities.  An Annual Pass is a great way to enjoy Callaway Gardens’ many events and seasons.  For more information, visit www.callawaygardens.com/annualpass.




Make your reservations for Callaway Gardens’ Celebrate Spring! weekends by calling 1-800-CALLAWAY (225-5292) or visiting www.callawaygardens.com.  Overnight lodging, including in the new, completely renovated Mountain Creek Inn, is available for those interested in a quick getaway.




Callaway Gardens is in Pine Mountain, Ga., 60 minutes southwest of Atlanta and 30 minutes north of Columbus.  For additional information, visit www.callawaygardens.com or call 1-800-CALLAWAY (225-5292).






*Taxes and gratuities are additional.

Easter Egg Hunt Schedule
1 p.m.  Toddlers to 3-year-olds
2:p.m.  4- to 5-year-olds; 6- to 8-year-olds; 9- to 11-year-olds
3 p.m.  12- to -18-year-olds and Parents/Seniors


 About Callaway Gardens

For 60 years, Callaway Gardens has provided “a place of relaxation, inspiration and a better understanding of the living world” for millions of visitors.  Owned and operated by the non-profit Ida Cason Callaway Foundation, Callaway Gardens includes a garden, resort, preserve and residential community on 6,000 acres in Pine Mountain, Georgia.  Highlights include a zip line/obstacle course, butterfly conservatory, horticultural center, discovery center, chapel, inland beach, nature trails and special events throughout the year.

Continuing the Charles Wadsworth concert tradition is a big responsibility, according to the organizers of “Wadsworth and Friends Concert – The Legacy Continues.”
The Newnan Cultural Arts Commission is excited and honored to be able to continue this legacy,” said Kim Wright, chair of this year’s event. 
“It also leaves us with the Wadsworth Master Class Program, where the visiting artists share their talents and knowledge with some of Newnan’s most talented young students. They get the chance to study with these world-class musicians, which is just a wonderful gift to our community.”
Musicians in town for the event will lead the Wadsworth Master Class Program with local students at the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts. The classes will be held on the Friday morning before the concert, slated for April 26.
“The classes will be conducted by Andrew Armstrong and myself,” said Courtenay Budd, soprano. “These classes are always a lot of fun. It’s great to hear all the talent we have right here in Coweta County.”
The Wadsworth Master Class Program began in 2009 and has been sponsored regularly by Cargill and the Newnan Rotary Club.
“The arts and education have always been important to our company,” said Bradley Down of Cargill. “The Master Class Program is the perfect combination of those two things. It is a privilege for Cargill to be involved.”
“The Newnan Rotary Club is pleased to once again sponsor the Wadsworth Master Class Program for Coweta County students in partnership with our friends at Cargill and the Coweta County School System” said Newnan Rotary President Walter Thompson. “Master Classes widen students’ exposure to the arts and will inspire and challenge them to further pursue a love of music as shown by the legacy of Charles Wadsworth.”
Budd said she doesn’t yet know if pianist Charles Wadsworth will be in attendance at this year’s classes.
“I don’t know. But what I do know is that it’s very important to us that this year, for Charles, it’s all about pleasure and no pressure. He may just want to rest after all these years! I’m not sure.”
He will likely attend the concert, but is not expected to perform.
“We have invited Charles to this year’s concert as our guest,” said Wright. “If he decides to attend, I wouldn’t think it out of the question that he could decide to give the audience an impromptu performance.  It would be completely up to him of course, but wouldn’t that be great!”
The Wadsworth Legacy leaves Newnan “with this magical evening each year that I have to say, the first time I experienced it, I couldn’t believe I was still in Newnan,” said Wright. “I felt like I was watching a concert in New York, the talent is so superb.”
“Charles is just an extraordinary musician and artist, but he’s packaged in this humble, funny, folksy fellow-next-door from Newnan, Georgia,” said Budd. “What you see is what you get. He is kind and funny and a very approachable person. And Charles has always been so easy to work with.”
Scheduled to join Budd in concert this year at the Wadsworth Auditorium are some familiar faces to Newnan audiences: violinist Chee-Yun, cellist Edward Arron, clarinetist Todd Palmer and pianists Jeewon Park and Andrew Armstrong.
“The Cultural Arts commission has been working diligently to make this year’s concert an event not to be missed,” said Kim Wright, chair of the event. “Our team of commission members work so well together and we really enjoy being able to bring this special concert to Newnan.”
The concert has sold out for the past four years so make sure to get your tickets early, event organizers said. General admission tickets for Friends of Wadsworth – The Legacy Continues are $20 and available at Let Them Eat Toffee on the downtown Court Square, The downtown Visitor’s Center in the historic Coweta County Courthouse, Morgan’s Jewelers in Ashley Park, and Bank of North Georgia at Thomas Crossroads.

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Theatre Works USA Presentation

** Sunday, April 27th, 3 pm
Tickets: $10
This enchanting musical is based on C.S. Lewis' adventure story about four 
children of war-torn England, who accidentally enter the land of Narnia by 
climbing through a magic wardrobe. Can they defeat the witch, to restore 
sunshine and peace to the spell-bound Narnia and return the great Lion King 
Aslan to his throne?

1523 Lower Fayetteville Road • Newnan, Georgia 30265


West Georgia Health Emergency Department welcomes 2014 Insiders class

West Georgia Health Emergency Department welcomes 2014 Insiders class

West Georgia Health Insiders recently learned the ins and outs of emergency services available in LaGrange, including a first-hand tour of the WGH Emergency Department and a closer look at lifesaving helicopter services used for emergency transport.

The Insiders first visited the Emergency Department, where they toured the 33,000 square-foot facility and learned the staff handled more than 65,000 patient visits last year. Open 24 hours a day — seven days a week — the ED trauma team of physicians and nurses, along with a host of clinical support staff is always available to provide care for accident victims and patients with life-threatening illnesses.

In addition, the Insiders had the opportunity to peek inside a medical helicopter provided by Air Evac Lifeteam 77, which is based at the LaGrange Callaway Airport and works in coordination with the WGH Emergency Department team. Staffed 24/7 by specially trained pilots and nurses, Air Evac Lifeteam 77 in LaGrange was onsite at West Georgia Health’s helipad for inspection.

Participants learned about a crucial decision-making process that is initiated each time the flight team responds to an emergency. While prompt care during the “Golden Hour” after a traumatic injury is vital, the closest hospital may not always be the best choice, depending on a patient’s condition. Sometimes the severity or complexity of an injury dictates treatment by a specialty physician who is not available locally.

The copter’s flight nurse makes an initial evaluation and, if necessary, works with a physician to determine the closest facility offering the resources needed by the patient. For example, a patient who has suffered a head wound with possible internal bleeding may be flown to a hospital where a neurosurgeon can provide immediate care.

Established in 2010, Air Evac Lifeteam 77 serves several communities in west Georgia and east Alabama and is funded and operated through membership support.

Members of the WGH Insiders group participate in seven monthly sessions in which they tour key departments, learn about vital services, and view advanced technologies available at West Georgia Health.

Special Newnan-Coweta Chamber Member Discount to Georgia Renaissance Festival

Festival opens April 19 and runs through June 8, 2014

Chamber Member Discount Code: nwnchamber 

Open Saturdays, Sundays & Memorial Day, April 19th – June 8th

For tickets go to:  http://www.garenfest.com
Click the green “Purchase Tickets Now” button and enter the Chamber code during checkout.

The 5th annual ‘Taste of Senoia’ will be held on April 27 at the Veranda Historic Bed and Breakfast Inn located at 252 Seavy Street in downtown Senoia.  The Optimist Club of Senoia is the host for this popular event. 


There will be 2 separate seatings for this year’s ‘Taste of Senoia’: 3:30 to 5:00 PM and 5:30 to 7:00 PM.  Each $10 ticket will reflect the selected time accordingly.  Since this is a “drop-in” event, guests do not have to arrive at the beginning of their selected session.


If the previous ‘Taste of Senoia’ events are any indication, there will be a large amount of delicious food available to “taste” from a large number of Senoia’s restaurants along with delicious dishes from many of the local area citizens.  Ticket prices remain at only $10 each, and the price of admission includes an entry into the grand raffle with the lucky winner receiving an overnight’s stay at the Veranda.  Participants will also have the opportunity to purchase tickets towards many other exciting raffle prizes.  In addition, there will be a separate raffle prize awarded to one of the food providers. 


Senoia Optimist Club President Pat Veneziani explained that “in addition to the food and the raffle prizes, our guests will be able to view a number of artifacts from Senoia’s history.  Maureen Schuyler, Director of the Senoia Area Historical Society’s museum located at 6 Couch Street, will display several pieces from the local museum.  Guests will also be able to see much of the downstairs as well as the lovely grounds at the Veranda Historic Inn. 


This wonderful structure was built by C.F. Hollberg Sr. in 1906 as the Hollberg Hotel.  Current owners Rick and Laura Reynolds are looking forward to sharing a portion of their historic Bed and Breakfast for this popular event. 


Optimist member and food coordinator Marnie Copeland said “I’m excited about this year’s ‘Taste of Senoia’.  It’s really going to be great!  Our guests often tell us how amazed they are at the amount of delicious food available.  We anticipate a lot of wonderful food again this year.”


Those who are interested are encouraged to buy their tickets early as sales will be limited.  Tickets for each of the two time slots can be purchased through April 19 from Senoia Optimist Club members or through various Senoia businesses that include:

·        Chloe’s (770-599-8664)

·        Senoia Coffee and Café (770-599-8000)

·        Table Talk (770-599-9700)

Events for a Good Cause

Friday, April 11 – Saturday, April 12

Dinner and a Fishing Tournament

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is hosting its first Bass Tournament at Yellow Jacket Access. The tournament begins at safe daylight and the weighing in will be at 3 pm. There is a first place “guaranteed” prize of $1,300 along with many other cash prizes, and prizes for the biggest fish. All proceeds will benefit FCA which serves the Troup, Meriwether, and Pike county schools and communities. Early entry fee is $75 per boat and $100 per boat day of, all tax deductible. Contact Todd Pruitt at 706-523-2581 or Greg Olson at 706-882-7683 for an entry form or more details.

Monday, April 14

Gems in Bloom (5:30 – 8:00 pm, Del’avant, 141 Main Street, LaGrange)

7th Annual “Ladies Night Out” Gems In Bloom Silent Auction benefiting Harmony House Domestic Violence Shelter, Inc. $40 per person advance purchase, $45 at the door. Contact Ashley Anderson at 706-882-4173 or asa@harmonyhousega.org.


Saturday, April 19

Rodbenders’ 9th Annual Homecoming Fishing Tournament (3 pm weigh-in, Pyne Road Park, LaGrange)

For more information contact Laura Jennings at 706.884.8671 or ljennings@lagrangechamber.com.


Friday, April 25

American Cancer Society Relay for Life (7 pm – 7 am, Chris Joseph Track Complex – Whitesville Road Track, LaGrange)

Troup County Relay for Life is an organized, overnight community fundraising walk. Teams of people camp out around a track and members of each team take turns walking around the track. Food, games and activities provide entertainment and build camaraderie. Family-friendly environment for the entire community – so join 2014 Relay for Life! For more information contact Lynn Howard at 706.883.1670 or lhoward@troupco.org.


Thursday, May 1

Art N’ Bloom (10 am, Bisham Manor, 1901 Old Youngs Mill Road, LaGrange)

The LaGrange Art Museum will once again usher in 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 Bisham Manor. Luncheon tickets are $50 each.  For more information contact the LaGrange Art Museum at 706.882.3267 or info@lagrangeartmuseum.org.


Saturday, May 3

Chick-fil-A Connect Race (7 am, location TBD, LaGrange)

Join the herd and lace up your running shoes for the Chick-fil-A Connect Race! They will have a 10K, 5K, and 1 mile Fun Run! The race will benefit WinShape Camps for Communities and help provide scholarships for children to attend the camp. For more information contact Chick-fil-A at Lafayette Parkway at 706.845.8484 or cfamarketing1@hotmail or Chick-fil-A at Commerce Avenue at 706.812.9210 or cfamarketingca@gmail.com.


Troup County March for Babies (8:30 am, Hollis Hand Elementary School, 641 Country Club Road, LaGrange)

25th Annual March for Babies in Troup County sponsored by March of Dimes. Come walk for healthier babies everywhere. For more information contact Carla Starling 706.845.0708 or cstarling@marchofdimes.com.


Fun, Meaningful Events & Activities                                                                                                                                                               


Saturday, April 12

Family EXPO 2014 (11 am – 2 pm, LaGrange Mall, LaGrange)

The 19th annual Family Expo 2014 will provide a wide range of free resource information and services available in the Troup County area. Sponsored by Troup Family Connection and the LaGrange Mall there will be nearly 30 display booths showcasing health, safety, employment and education information and opportunities. Drawings for wonderful door prizes provided by Wal-Mart will take place several times during Family EXPO 2014. For information contact Jack Eatman at 706.298.7230 or tfca_ga@yahoo.com.


American Cancer Society Relay for Life Survivor Luncheon (noon – 2 pm, Baptist Tabernacle Family Life Center, 849 South Davis Road, LaGrange)

All cancer survivors and their caregiver (1 guest) are invited to attend a special Troup County Relay For Life Survivor Luncheon to be held on Saturday, April 12, 12:00pm at Baptist Tabernacle Family Life Center. This celebration of life includes a complimentary lunch and a Relay For Life Survivor T-Shirt. Must pre-register. For more information contact Dan Wooten at 706.883.1681
or dwooten@troupsenior.org.


“Wine, Women and Song” Afternoon Wine Tasting Concert (4 pm, Highland Country Club, LaGrange)

An afternoon wine tasting concert featuring Bel Canto LaGrange Women’s Vocal Ensemble under the direction of Elizabeth W. Biggs. For more information contact Elizabeth W. Biggs at 706 882 2734 or choralsocietyofwestga@gmail.com.


Demystifying the BIG 3 (5 pm, Girl Power & Emerging Women, 2170 West Point Road, Hwy 29, Suite 29, LaGrange)

Join Girl Power & Emerging Women and Dr. Benita Stephens, OBGYN, for a powerful workshop: Sex, Drugs/Alcohol and Body Image. Sex education strategies for youth and risk reduction workshop. This is FREE for all members and anyone who is a non-member that would like to attend is welcome by giving a $5 donation. Must have parental consent. For more information contact Denise Mosley at 706.882.0950.


Tuesday, April 15

Software Made Simple – Excel Basics SEMINAR (9 am – 4:30 pm, Software Made Simple, Columbus)

For more information contact Becky Parnell at 706.320.3990 or Training@softwaremadesimple.net.

Wednesday, April 16

Amerigroup Community Breakfast (9 am, Rivermill Event Center – Bibb Room, 3715 1st Ave, Columbus)

Amerigroup is hosting a complimentary breakfast and networking event on April 16, 2014. Please RSVP by April 6 to Kristeena Spivey at Kristeena.Spivey@amerigroup.com.

Software Made Simple – Excel Intermediate Seminar (9 am – 4:30 pm, Software Made Simple, Columbus)

For more information contact Becky Parnell at 706.320.3990 or Training@softwaremadesimple.net.


Twin Cedars Child Abuse Prevention Month Program (10 am, Coleman Community Center, 701 Lincoln Street, LaGrange)

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month! Katie Jo Ballard, Executive Director of Georgia’s Governor’s Office of Children and Families, will be the guest speaker, as well as many other exciting guests. The event is free and open to the general public. For more information contact Samantha Link at 706.594.0188 or slink@twincedars.org.


Christ Our Passover (7 am, Sovereign Grace Church, 850 Callaway Church Road, LaGrange)

Hannaniah Pinto with Exploration In Antiquity Center will be guiding us through the Jewish Passover meal and how the meal symbolizes Christ and his sacrificial work on the cross. Tickets are $10 per family. Children welcome. For more information contact Russell Tusing, SGC pastor at 706.884.3150 or sgc@sgclagrange.com.


Friday, April 18

2014 SE Employment Law Series (9 am, Cunnigham Center at CSU, Columbus)

The New NLRB & Why Positive Employee Relations is Critical to Your Company. For more information contact Judy Giddings at 706.561.2465 or jgiddings@strategichrpartners.com.


Saturday, April 19

LaGrange Academy Family Fun Run 5K (9 am, LaGrange Academy, LaGrange)

Fun Run, walk and stroll starting at 9 am followed by an Easter Egg Hunt at 11 am. For more information contact Madhavi Naik Kamat at 706.302.5488 or madhavimnaik@hotmail.com.


Easter Bunny & Quackers the Duck at LaFayette Square (1 pm, Lafayette Square, LaGrange)

Capture a spring memory at Lafayette Square – bring your own camera and take a photo with the Easter Bunny and his friend, Quackers the Duck. Rain location – Marketplace at Lafayette Square. For more information contact Barbie Watts at 706.298.4534 or barbiew@downtownlagrange.com.


Sunday, April 20

Easter at Callaway Gardens (7 am – 5 pm, Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain)

Enjoy visits from the Easter bunny on Saturday and the Easter Sunrise Service on Sunday. For more information contact 1.800.225.5292 or email info@callawaygardens.com.


Tuesday, April 22

Software Made Simple – Excel Advanced Seminar (9 am – 4:30 pm, Software Made Simple, Columbus)

For more information contact Becky Parnell at 706.320.3990 or Training@softwaremadesimple.net.


Georgia Poet Laureate at LaGrange Library (7 pm, LaGrange Memorial Library, 115 Alford Street, LaGrange)

Judson Mitcham, Georgia Poet Laureate, is the Keynote Speaker at the LaGrange Memorial Library Annual Friends Meeting.  


Friday, April 25

Symphony in the Sand (6 pm – 10:30 pm, Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain)

Enjoy the Symphony in the Sand at Callaway Gardens with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. For more information contact Renee at 800.225.5292 or info@callawaygardens.com.


Saturday, April 26

LaGrange Triathalon Festival (7 am – 5 pm, LaGrange College and West Point Lake, LaGrange)

Looking for something new to Tri? Plan to be a part of the second annual LaGrange Triathlon Festival with a fun-filled family weekend. The triathlon festival provides a friendly and safe environment for kids of all ages to participate in running, swimming and cycling events. For a detailed schedule of events and registration, visit www.visitlagrange.com/tri. For any additional information, contact JJ Kuerzi at 706-883-1670 or email at jkuerzi@troupco.org.


Tribute to Johnny Cash (7 pm, Active Life Center, 140 Ragland Street, LaGrange)

Professional tribute entertainers perform the hits of Johnny Cash, June Carter and Loretta Lynn. Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door. Limited seating. For more information contact The Active Life at 706.884.8374 or seniorcenter@troupsenior.org.


Keep Troup Beautiful Great 2014 Great American Clean-up (9 am, Old K-Mart Parking Lot —LaGrange; City Park—Hogansville; Givorn’s Parking Lot – West Point )

The Great American Cleanup™ is the nation’s largest annual cleanup, beautification and community improvement program, incorporating more than 15,000 communities and 2.3 million volunteers across the country. Door prizes, refreshments, fun! Trash bags may be brought to the container at the celebration site for disposal, left in on-site trash containers or left on the street to be picked up later in the week. For questions, please call 706-884-9922 or email to ktbaffiliate@att.net.

The Basics of Budgeting and Saving (4 pm, Girl Power and Emerging Women, 2170 West Point Road, Hwy 29, Suite 29, LaGrange)

Want to get on the right track financially? Join Girl Power and Emerging Women for the Basics of Budgeting and Savings Workshop. This workshop will feature practical information on where, how and when to get started. There will be on-site bankers to help set-up savings accounts. For more information contact Denise Mosley at 706.882.0950.


Sons of LaFayette – Spring Concert (7:30 pm, First Presbyterian Church, 120 Broad Street, LaGrange)

Come and enjoy an American themed concert with the Sons of Lafayette. Presentations will include favorites as well as new selections. For more information contact Harold Tarpley
at 706.663.4404 or sonsoflafayette@gmail.com.


Sunday, April 27

Creative Youth Art League: Opening Reception (2 pm – Opening Reception, 3 pm – Awards, LaGrange Art Museum, 112 Lafayette Parkway, LaGrange)

Imagine a world without art. This exhibition features the work of local elementary, middle, and high school students. CYAL will be on exhibit at LaGrange Art Museum from April 27th – May 3rd. For more information contact 706.882.3267 or info@lagrangeartmuseum.org.


Sons of LaFayette – Spring Concert (3 pm, First Presbyterian Church, 120 Broad Street, LaGrange)

Come and enjoy an American themed concert with the Sons of Lafayette. Presentations will include favorites as well as new selections. This afternoon concert is added to reach a broader audience in the community. For tickets see any choir member, visit Plum Southern or purchase online at the web site. For more information contact Harold Tarpley
at 706.663.4404 or sonsoflafayette@gmail.com.


Monday, April 28

LaGrange College – 3D Journeys Lecture (10 am, LaGrange College, Dickson Assembly Room, LaGrange)

2014 Lecture Series – “Explore Spain.” For more information contact Susan Hancock at 706-880-8244 or 3DJourneys@lagrange.edu.


Thursday, May 1

Art N’ Bloom (11 am, Bisham Manor, 1901 Old Youngs Mill Road, LaGrange)

The LaGrange Art Museum will once again usher in 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 the luncheon, will take place at Bisham Manor on May Day. Luncheon tickets are $50 each. For more information contact LaGrange Art Museum
at 706.882.3267 or info@lagrangeartmuseum.org

Finally, the blooming of these world-famous azaleas has arrived.  Don’t miss this amazing display of color that happens only a brief time each year.  Both the Overlook Azalea Garden and the Callaway Brothers Azalea Bowl are at peak bloom for this weekend and into to near future!  In addition, dogwoods, redbuds, red buckeye, spring wildflowers and more are in bloom, too.  The native azaleas will be very impressive as well.


For a glance at what they look like, visit the Azalea Watch section of www.callawaygardens.com or visit the Callaway Gardens Facebook Fan Page. A variety of Celebrate Spring! overnight packages are available in the newly renovated Mountain Creek Inn as well as the Southern Pine Cottages, Mountain Creek Villas and a variety of vacation homes.


For a video invite from Edward Callaway, grandson of the founders, CLICK HERE.


For more information, contact Callaway Gardens at 1-800-CALLAWAY (800-225-5292) or www.callawaygardens.com


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