Georgia's Lake Country - Lake Oconee & Lake Sinclair

Resort • Retreat • Relax

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ONGOING EVENTS FOR MILLEDGEVILLE

January

January 19:

  • LOW BRASS BASH.   Guest concert by Demondrae Thurman (Euphonium), Joanna Hersey (tuba), GC faculty and students at the Max Noah Recital Hall on the Georgia College campus in Milledgeville, GA. General Audience: $10, Seniors: $7, GC Faculty & Staff: $7, Students: Free. Concert begins at 7:30 pm. Call the music department at (478) 445 - 8289 for more information.

January 23:

  • LAKE COUNTRY BEEKEEPERS SHORT COURSE.  Cost: $40.00 pre-registration ($45 at the door) $10 each additional adult. 18 and under are free with paid adult. Held at Central Georgia Technical College, in Milledgeville GA. Registration includes a First Lessons in Beekeeping book by Dr. Keith Delaplane, handouts, refreshments, and lunch. Course Program Fee includes 2016 Lake Country Beekeepers Association Membership. Course will be from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. For more information, visit Lake Country Beekeepers Association on Facebook or contact Mary Lacksen at 478-456-1049 or mlacksen@gmail.com

January 28 - 31:

  • “BLINDFOLDED”  A play by Iona Sun/Directed by Curtis Stallings. An evening of playful banter reveals a shocking truth. For Mature Audiences Only. General Admission $14. Senior Citizens, GCSU Faculty/Staff, and Non-GCSU Students $10. GCSU Students $5. Location is Max Noah Recital Hall 231 W. Hancock St. in Milledgeville, GA. Times: January 28-30 at 8pm and January 31 at 2pm.

January 29:

  • SAXOPHONE EXPRESSIONS.  Stephen Fischer (saxophone) concert at the Max Noah Recital Hall in Milledgeville, GA. All seats $5 (students are free). Concert will begin at 7:30 pm. Call the music department at (478) 445- 8289 for more information.

January 29:

  • PARTY WITH PAULA.  Celebrity Chef Paula Deen returns to Georgia's Lake Country for an evening of fun at Festival Hall in downtown Greensboro. Deen's Bag Lady Foundation is teaming up with the Circle of Love Center, a domestic violence shelter, to raise money for the local charities. The event will feature music by the Grapevine Band, catering by Lee Epting and a silent auction. For more information, visit www.partywithpaula.auction-bid.org

January 30:

  • 2016 LITERACY FAIR.  The Baldwin County Board of Education is excited to be hosting the Milledgeville’s 4th Annual Literacy Fair at the Milledgeville Mall, January 30, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.The Literacy Fair is an initiative of the Baldwin County Board of Education. The fair is a free event designed to showcase literacy initiatives and family development opportunities in the community. Local schools, nonprofit organizations, and businesses will participate with performances and family activities. This year’s event will feature a “Make It, Take It” option for parents to learn about common core standards to better assist with their children’s education at home. For more information call 478-457-3325.

January 30 - March 5:

  • Mixed Mania: An Exhibition of Works by University of North Georgia Dahlonega Studio Art Majors.  Steffen Thomas Museum. museum hours. Mixed Mania includes a var iety of work by Art Majors from the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega. Art Instructor Stanley Bermudez's Drawing III-Mixed Media and 2D Design & Color Theory students explore nontraditional mediums like masking tape and duct tape as well as using more traditional mediums like pastels, inks, paint, color pencils, etc., combining them in interesting and new ways. Students experiment with materials, creating a series of projects that address line, shape, visual texture, and color. Although working within the parameters of the assignment, students create individual designs that challenge the definitions of drawing through the use of mixed media. Bermudez is an Athens-based artist whose mixed media works are also exhibited alongside his students' pieces.

January 31:

  • OPAS Presents: The 3rd Annual Oconee Idol.  Join us at 7:00 pm January 31st, at Festival Hall in Greensboro, Georgia for the Oconee Idol finals where YOU will play a part in choosing the winner by LIVE text voting for your favorite contestant! The winner will be awarded a $1000 cash prize with $500 for the 1st runner up and $250 for the 2nd runner up! Local judges, Jeffrey Wells of OPAS, Amy Reber of Lake Oconee Academy, and Michael Wells of Lakeside Church, are looking for the contestant with the best voice, best stage presence, and best entertainment value. Visit www.oconeeidol.org for more information.

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February

February 5-6:

  • HOMECOMING AT GC&SU.  Join GC for Georgia College's Annual Homecoming Weekend, Friday, February 5 through Saturday, February 6 in Milledgeville, GA. They've got a full schedule of events planned, from the Homecoming Concert featuring Rich Homie Quan, to tailgating at Tent City and the Men's and Women's basketball games. The cost for Homecoming Weekend is $5 and includes registration, tickets to both Men’s and Women’s basketball games, access to the alumni hospitality suite on Friday, access to Tent City and Georgia College giveaways. Homecoming Concert tickets cost $10. Schedule is as follows:
    Friday, Feb. 5:
    2-6 p.m.: Registration and Hospitality Suite
    8 p.m. Homecoming Concert Featuring Rich Homie Quan, Lil Dicky, Pia Mia and Good Thoughts- $10/alumni ticket
    Saturday, Feb. 6:
    9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Registration
    11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Homecoming Parade
    12 p.m. Local Bands (Community Stage) - CAB
    2 p.m. Cornhole Tournament - Centennial Square
    2 - 4 p.m. Tent City - Centennial Square
    3:30 p.m. GC Women’s Basketball vs. Columbus St. (to be aired on ESPN3)
    (Women’s half time: Intro of Duke and Duchess Courts)
    5:30 p.m. GC Men’s Basketball vs. Columbus St. (to be aired on ESPN3)
    (Men’s half time: Intro of King and Queen Courts)
    After Men’s Game: Parade Winners, SGA Election Results, Georgia College Early College’s King and Queen Introduction, Duke and Duchess Winners, and King and Queen Winners

February 7-8:

  • JUDSON MITCHAM IN MILLEDGEVILLE.  Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016 from 3 pm - 5 pm at Andalusia Farm, Mitcham will talk briefly about Flannery O’Connor’s Wise Blood and then give a fiction reading. His appearance is part of the February Four series at Andalusia Farm - the Home of Flannery O’Connor.

    Monday, Feb. 8, 2016 from 7 pm - 8:15 pm in the Museum Education Room at Georgia College Library Mitcham will present the 2016 Flannery O’Connor Memorial Lecture/Reading. He will begin with a brief appreciation of O’Connor and then give a poetry reading. The poetry and fiction of Judson Mitcham have been published widely in literary journals, including Poetry, Harper’s, Georgia Review, Hudson Review, and Southern Review. He has been the recipient of an NEA Fellowship in Creative Writing as well as a Pushcart Prize. He is the only writer to win the Townsend Prize for Fiction twice - for his novels The Sweet Everlasting and Sabbath Creek. His most recent book is A Little Salvation: Poems Old and New, published by the University of Georgia Press. Mitcham is the current Poet Laureate of Georgia. In 2013 he was inducted into the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame. Mitcham served as a Visiting Writer at Georgia College for several semesters between 2008 and 2011. For more information call 478-454-4029.

February 13:

  • 10TH ANNUAL VALENTINE’S RENDEZVOUS.  At the Magnolia Balroom in Milledgeville, GA. Max Noah Singers directed by Jennifer Flory. Event will begin at 7:30 pm. Call the music department at (478) 445- 8289 for more information.

February 19:

  • AN EVENING WITH BILLY MCLAUGHLIN.  At the GC&SU Arts and Sciences Auditorium beginning at 7pm is presented by The Georgia College Creative Arts Therapies Department. Billy McLaughlin is recognized internationally as a world-class guitarist, Emmy Award winning composer and inspirational keynote speaker who has appeared on Billboard’s Top-Ten Chart. Previously signed to Virgin Records’ Narada label, McLaughlin has 14 CD releases, 3 National Campus Entertainer of the Year Awards*, 5 Minnesota Music Awards and his decades of national concert touring earned him the Hall of Fame Achievement Award*.
    But in 1999 McLaughlin vanished from sight as his career crumbled due to a little-known neuro- muscular disorder called Focal Dystonia. After suffering several years without a cure or even a diagnosis, this right-handed guitarist embarked on an unlikely attempt to regain his career by re- learning his instrument….left-handed! His remarkable comeback is captured in the independent documentary film Changing Keys (seen on PBS stations in 2010) and a concert film called Coming Back Alive featuring McLaughlin with string orchestra and a reunion of his longtime rock band. KPBS (San Diego) produced the 2013 Emmy Award winning live concert program called Starry Night – Billy McLaughlin with Orchestra Nova highlighting McLaughlin’s extraordinary talent as both guitarist and inspirational speaker.
    Now serving as Ambassador for Awareness for the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation, McLaughlin is the winner of the 2010 Public Leadership in Neurology Award** whose previous winners include Paul Allen, Julie Andrews, Leon Fleischer, and Michael J. Fox.
    McLaughlin has resumed an international schedule of concert appearances and keynote speaking. He resides in his home state of Minnesota where he is proudly raising two boys. For more information call 478-445-2645. General admission $10, Students $5.

February 13:

  • GREAT BACKYARD BIRD COUNT:  We’ll be counting birds and logging them as part of the Audubon Society’s Great Backyard Bird Count. Other outdoor activities will be planned in addition to the birding. This event will be held at Lockerly Arboretum in Milledgeville, GA. For more information call 478-452-2112 or visit www.lockerly.org

February 24-28:

  • CHICAGO: THE TONY-WINNING BROADWAY MUSICAL.  At the Russell Auditorium in Milledgeville, GA. Admission: $16 – General; $12 – GC Faculty/Staff & Non- GC students; $7 – GC Students; Groups of 10 or more $9. Music by John Kander/Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse. Collaboration of Theatre and Music Departments of Georgia College. Directed by Dr. Karen Berman, Music Direction by Sergio Ruiz, Choreographed by Amelia Pelton, with the amazing GC Jazz Band. Shows on Feb 24-27 begin at 8:00 pm, and the show on Feb 28 begins at 2:00 pm. For mature audiences. Call the music department at (478) 445- 8289 for more information.

February 25-27:

  • ​​ Madison's Antique Show & Sale.  February 25: Madison's Antique Show and Sale Preview Party | Madison- Morgan Cultural Center Hall | 6pm – 9pm | www.mmcc-arts.org.
    February 26 & 27 - Madison's Antique Show and Sale | Madison - Morgan Cultural Center Hall | 10am – 5pm | www.mmcc-arts.org. Known as the “Best Little Antiques Show in America,” the Madison Antiques Show & Sale showcases American antiques and accessories as well as many Southern pieces. The Show & Sale attracts nationally recognized dealers from around the country. Come see the best in American antiques including furniture, pottery, art, silver, textiles, and more. Join us for this popular annual event that features a Preview Party Thursday evening and free lectures at 9:00 am before the Show & Sale on Friday and Saturday.

February 27:

  • DENIM AND DIAMONDS.  Lake Oconee Academy Foundation will host its annual "Denim and Diamond" benefit featuring entertainment, food, and socializing. The event will take place at Parks Ferry in Greensboro. The nonprofit organization assists with a number of projects - big and small- at Lake Oconee Academy. The fundraising event will also feature a silent auction. For more information, visit www.lakeoconeeacademy.org.

February 29:

  • AN EVENING OF GUITAR MUSIC WITH JOHANNES MOLLER.  Guest concert at the Max Noah Recital Hall on the Georgia College campus. General Audience: $10, Seniors: $7, GC Faculty & Staff: $7, Students: Free. Call the music department at (478) 445- 8289 for more information.

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March

March 4-6:

  • Tiny House Festival.  First Annual Georgia Tiny House Festival will be held March 4-6, 2016 at beautiful Crooked Pines Farm in Eatonton, Georgia. Be sure to reserve your spot for attending the Georgia Tiny House Festival before capacity is met and registration is closed. There will be a FREE Meet-and-Greet, Movie, and access to vendors. Concession sales will be available. Join us on Saturday for Festival events, lectures, presentations, entertainment, giveaways, Tool Seminar, and children activities for registered attendees. Join us Saturday night for an outdoor concert and entertainment for registered attendees. Visit www.crookedpinesfarm.com for more information

March 15-17:

  • NEXT FALL.  Award Winning Play about Commitment and Faith. By Geoffrey Nauffts/Directed by Justin Kalin. For Mature Audiences Ages 15 and up, Trigger Warning. Campus Black Box Theatre. Touching non-traditional love story. General $14 Senior Citizens, GC Faculty/Staff, Non-GC Students$10 GC Students $5.

March 16:

  • OPAS Presents: The Willis Clan.  Come to the Plaza Arts Center in Eatonton, Georgia at 7:30 pm to experience a group that has starred on America's Got Talent and TLC. See why the world has embraced this dazzling dozen of Irish American brothers and sisters in a fun, high energy, Celtic concert. Visit www.opas.org for more information

March 18 & 19:

  • LAKE OCONEE FOOD AND WINE FESTIVAL.  Join us for the 7th annual Lake Oconee Food & Wine Festival, March 18-19, 2016. Don’t miss this delicious weekend filled with a delectable array of culinary samplings and fine wine, all enjoyed from the casual elegance of The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee in Greensboro. This year’s festival has a fantastic lineup – a sponsor appreciation Vintner Dinner, the Ultimate Grand Tasting, and two all-new events for 2016: the Linger Longer Launch Party and a Brew & Que Cook-Off. Visit oconeefoodandwine.com for more details.

March 18-19:

  • Do Tell! Stories under the Bell Tower Storytelling Festival.  Nationally-recognized tellers offer a weekend of storytelling in Madison! This year’s expanded Festival will offer a Friday evening performance, a Saturday family festival, and finale performance on Saturday evening. Featured tellers include award-winning humorist Bill Lepp and veteran teller and songwriter Michael Reno Harrell. Madison-Morgan Cultural Center. Visit www.mmcc-arts.org for more details.

March 26:

  • Easter Egg Hunt.  Come join us for Eatonton, Georgia’s third annual Community Easter Egg Hunt! 10:00 AM at the Putnam County Recreation Center. There will be four age divided egg hunts, music, crafts, games, balloon animals, a bounce house, prizes, concessions and A VISIT FROM THE EASTER BUNNY! Bring your camera for photos! This event is being planned by Eatonton Main Street, The Putnam County Recreation Department, Pilot Club and Lions Club. We are seeking other organizational planning assistance and sponsorships. If you would like to help host, provide an activity or donate to the event, please contact us at 706-749-9150 or eatontonmainstreet@outlook.com

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April

April 2:

  • BICYCLE CLUB OF MILLEDGEVILLE’S 10TH ANNUAL APRIL FOOLS RIDE!  Please join us for our yearly club fundraiser, a favorite southeastern spring tradition, featuring a variety of routes, climb, and fun for all. Where: Cogentes office 286 Jones Drive, CSH Campus, Milledgeville, GA 31061. The ride will begin at 9:00 am. Questions? Call Tamara for help: (478) 451-9601. Follow us on Facebook for more information.

April 2:

  • Real Buckhead 5K Road Race & Buckhead Days.  Town of Buckhead | 8:30am | 5K Race, Parade, Vendors, Local Talent | Contact: Robin Bone - 706-474-8223 or www.active.com for more information.

April 4-10:

  • The Masters Tournament in Augusta. Rooms available in Georgia’s Lake Country!

April 7-8:

  • AN EVENING WITH VICTOR GOINES. Jazz Band Concert featuring Victor Goines at the Russell Auditorium at 7:30 pm. General Audience: $10, Seniors: $7, GC Faculty & Staff: $7, Students: Free. Call the music department at (478) 445 - 8289 for more information.

April 10:

  • FIRE AND ‘BRAHMS’-STONE:  Chamber Music concert – David Johnson (violin), William McClain (viola), Martin Gueorguiev (cello) and Sergio Ruiz (piano) at the Max Noah Recital Hall at 3:00 pm. All seats $5, students free. Call the music department at (478) 445- 8289 for more information.

April 14-17:

  • MILLEDGEVILLE FILM FESTIVAL:  The annual Milledgeville Film Festival, a five day movie explosion in the heart of Georgia’s lake country. Features and shorts are welcome in a contest that mixes our city’s history and new filmmakers with our Oliver Hardy Comedy Award and Central State Hospital horror screening. Outdoor screening at the Greenway. Compete, chat, and celebrate with other filmmakers in Milledgeville’s iconic buildings with our Magnolia Ballroom Gala and renovated Campus Theatre workshops. Tickets available by going to www.milledgevillefilmfest.com.

April 15-17:

  • Bicycle Ride Across Georgia (BRAG) Spring Tune Up Ride.  Madison-Morgan County Headquarters TBA. Join us for the 23nd annual BRAG Spring Tune Up Ride. Last year we had 828 registered riders participate and for 2016 we're expecting over 1,000! See what makes the Bicycle Ride Across Georgia so special. For Spring Tune Up, riders travel at their own pace along a set route which includes rest stops with refreshments. At the end of each day's ride, we camp at a local venue where there will be food, live music, and games. Some riders will choose to stay at local hotels. Visit www.brag.org for more information.

April 16:

  • THE OLD GOVERNOR’S MANSION PRESENTS THE THIRD ANNUAL DOLL WEDDING AND HIGH TEA.  Please join us for a reenactment of Mary Virginia Brown’s 1859 doll wedding, where the local Baptist minister married her dolls with pomp and circumstance. The day will include not only the doll wedding but a chance for attendees to marry their own dolls, enjoy a full high tea, and for the first time witness a maypole dance on the grounds. Tickets: Adults: $20, Students: $15 and children 2 and under: free. For reservations please call 478-445-4545 or email molly.randolph@gcsu.edu.

April 16:

  • Southland Jubilee.  Greensboro’s premier event celebrates the community with a heritage arts festival in the heart of downtown. Live music, heritage demonstrations, classic cars, antique tractors, children’s activities, and arts and crafts fillthe city streets for a great day of family fun from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Visit www.southlandjubilee.com for more information.

April 16:

  • NAACP Black History Parade & Festival.  A day-long celebration of local black heritage. The day starts with a parade of bands, floats, and groups marching through downtown, and continues with speakers, food, crafters, and entertainment.

April 15-17 & 22-23:

  • Putnam Alliance for Performing Arts presents Run for Your Wife.  The Plaza Arts Center in Eatonton, Georgia will host this year’s spring production of Run for Your Wife by Ray Cooney. This play is a superb example of British farce that has had successful and positively reviewed runs in London, New York, and in international community theaters. The plot centers around a big city taxi driver who gets away with having two wives because of his irregular working schedule, or so he thinks! A heroic action on his part brings him unwanted attention, and things get complicated for him as he tries to keep his double life from exploding. Contact 706.923.1655 or moreinfo@theplazaartscenter.com for more information.

April 19:

  • STRING CLASSICS ORCHESTRA CONCERT.  Directed by William McClain in the Magnolia Ballroom at 7:30 pm. Guest artists: Kazanetti Quartet. General Audience: $10, Seniors: $7, GC Faculty & Staff: $7, Students: Free. Call the music department at (478) 445- 8289 for more information.

April 22-24:

  • THUNDER RALLY MOTORCYCLE RALLY:  No one under 21 admitted. No ATVs allowed, Golf Carts and Side by Sides Welcome, Live Music, Miss Thunder Rally Bikini Contest, BYOB, Convenience Stores Nearby, No Glass Bottles, Onsite Camping, RVs Welcome, No Hookups, Hot Showers, Shavin’ Crème Rasslin’, Poker Run, Parade, Bike Games, Mini Bike Races, Bike Show, Burn Out Pit, Best Campsite contest, Swimmin’ Hole, Vendor Area and much more. Event is Rain or Shine. Vendor Info Contact David @ 478-804-2999, email milledgevillethunderrally@gmail.com or visit our website www.milledgevillethunderrally.com

April 23:

  • LOCKERLY ARBORETUM ANNUAL PLANT SALE:  The Arboretum will hold our annual Spring Plant Sale on Saturday, April 23rd at the Arboretum from 9 am – 2 pm. Some of the plants we will feature, and hours, will be posted on our web site in late winter 2016. For more information call Katherine Cummings at 478-452-2112 or visit their website www.lockerly.org.

April 25:

  • Second Annual Sweet Tee Off.  The Second Annual Sweet Tee Off is set for April 25, 2016 at Cuscowilla Golf Course in Eatonton, Georgia! Just like last year, this will be a tournament that you will not want to miss. We have gone above and beyond to bring players and sponsors alike anew experience that will never be forgotten. Make sure to sign up your team before January 2016 and you will have the ability to pay in monthly installments leading up to the event. Last year's Tee Gift was Maui Jim Sunglasses, and this year's will top that! For more information on sponsoring or to sign up a team, contact Kaitlyn Parham at (706) 485-7701 or email her at Kaitlyn@eatonton.com

April 30:

  • MadisonFest.  Madison’s Town Park. 10am – 4pm. MadisonFest features solutions for living a considered and "greener" life. This free day-long festival in Town Park features: amazing plants for sale, handmade arts and crafts for buying and browsing, great live music, and a great day for the whole family. Visit www.madisonga.com for more information.

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May

May 5-7:

  • Madison in May Spring Tour of Homes & Gardens.  Madison-Morgan Cultural Center. 10am – 5pm. Come celebrate Southern history, architecture, and art in historic Madison, one of Georgia’s largest designated National Register Historic Districts! Experience the living history of Madison while strolling through a selection of architecturally significant private homes. Bring in the 2016 Spring Season in grand style – experience the region’s most popular tour event! The Tour is self-guided, featuring homes and gardens within walking distance of the Cultural Center as well as some just a short drive away. Visit www.mmcc-arts.org for more information

May 7:

  • Madison-Morgan Conservancy Derby Day.  Madison’s Historic Bonar Hall. 4:30pm – 9:00pm. Named one of the BEST eight DERBY PARTIES in the Country two years running (2013 & 2014)! Enjoy live viewing of the Kentucky Derby, delicious Derby supper, live auction, bourbon tasting, best dressed and best hat competition. You are cordially invited to attend Derby Day 2016 to benefit the Madison-Morgan Conservancy. Visit www.mmcgeorgia.org for more information

May 14:

  • Annual Music in The Park.  Madison Town Park from 6:00 P.M. - 10:00 P.M. Visit www.mcaam.org for more information

May 7:

  • ​​ Madison In May 5K, 10K & Fun Run.  Annual 5K, 10K, and 1-mile Family Fun Run through Madison’s lovely Historic District. Second weekend in May. Registration required.

May 17:

  • OPAS Presents: Salute Salon.  Join us at the Plaza Arts Center in downtown Eatonton, Georgia at 7:30 pm to hear this talented quartet. This group has won over audiences the world not only with their undeniable virtuosity but also with their fun sense of humor and charming instrumental acrobatics. Salute Salon brings a fresh take on classical music that will leave you wanting more! Visit www.opas.org for more information

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June

June 4:

  • Putnam County Dairy Festival.  This year's dairy festival will be held on Saturday, June 6, 2016 on the streets surrounding the Putnam County Courthouse. Hosted by the Pilot Club of Eatonton, GA, the annual Putnam County Dairy Festival is an exciting day for the whole family. As a tribute to the dairy industry and local dairy families, the festival acknowledges the success of Putnam County as a leading dairy county in Georgia. The festival engenders a feeling of good will and civic pride. Along with the festival, many other activities are planned which bring visitors and families back to the community such as class reunions, family gatherings, etc. Visit www.putnamcountydairyfestival.com for more information and a timeline of events.

June 17:

  • Pickin' on the Greene.  Downtown Greensboro’s summer event is always a toe tapping good time. The family-friendly event features children’s activities, live entertainment and of course- shopping and dining all set in Lake Oconee’s Hometown. From 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM.

June 18:

  • Juneteenth Celebration with Music in the Park.   Madison’s Town Park. 6pm – 10pm. Live music concert sponsored by the Morgan County African American Museum. Visit mcaam.org for more information.

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July

July 3:

  • Independence Day Concert & Picnic.  Madison-Morgan Cultural Center at 7pm. Celebrate our nation’s independence in the heart of Madison! Join us on the front lawn of the Cultural Center for this old-fashioned, festive event. Bring your picnic baskets, tables and/or chairs and join Uncle Sam, family and friends for a FREE concert of traditional patriotic music. Then head on over to Bill Wood Park (fka Heritage Park) for some fireworks fun! Visit www.mmcc-arts.org for more information.

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September

September 17:

  • Rock N Roll Cruise In.  Put on your dancin' shoes and get ready to "remember when" as live music from the '50's and '60's fills the air. This Fall favorite features more than 150 of the regions' most impressive classic cars. This event will be held in downtown Greensboro, GA. For more information about entering your car, visit www.georgiaclassiccruisers.com

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December

December 1-3:

  • ​​ Holiday Tour of Homes.  Heritage Hall. Step into a winter wonderland as you celebrate the season with a holiday favorite, Madison’s Holiday Tour of Homes. With daytime and candlelight itineraries, this event is not to be missed. Visit friendsofheritagehall.org for more information.

December 2:

  • Lighting of the Tree.  Join us for a small town holiday celebration in downtown Greensboro as we flip the switch on "the big tree" on the Courthouse Lawn. Hundreds of twinkling lights decorate the streets as downtown shops stay open late to help visitors get started with their holiday shopping. There will be live performances form area choirs. The official Tree Lighting ceremony will begin at 6:00 PM and end at 8:00 PM.