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Pow-wow takes Coweta back in time, helps local student

Pow-wow takes Coweta back in time, helps local student

The skies over the fairgrounds in Coweta County were perfect last weekend. And so was the setting for “Hearts that Meet,” the county’s first Native American Pow-Wow that served as a history lesson on Coweta’s past and as a fundraiser for a 13-year-old girl of Native American descent who recently underwent reconstructive spinal surgery.

Right, the historic dances of Creek and Cherokee tribes came alive Nov. 16 at Coweta County’s first Native American Pow-Wow. Photo/Ben Nelms. Read More»

Things to do-Nov.22-Dec.15

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November 22

Friends of the Peachtree City Library invite the public to “American Pie: a Tour in Words and Music” from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Local authors Pat Butler, Sara DeLuca, and Paul Lentz will read from their recently published books. Music will be performed by Tom Watts, and will include selections from his recent album, “One Sweet Day.” This is an “after-hours event,” and only the front door of the library will be open.
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Holiday classic comes to the Legacy

Patrons will be sent on a sentimental journey during the Legacy’s holiday production. Photo/Special.

This Christmas season, The Legacy Theatre invites you to step back in time as “The Andrews Sisters: Christmas of Swing” returns to the stage in Tyrone this week. More than just a musical review of 1940s swing music, this family-friendly show is a hilarious, endearing,and at times poignant homage to America’s greatest generation. The show takes place on Christmas Eve, 1944, in a New York City rehearsal hall. Read More»

Can reindeer really fly . . . or be any cuter?

Can reindeer really fly . . . or be any cuter?

Getting ready to perform their Reindeer Dance are (L-R) Bailey Atkinson, Mallory Booth, Sidney Brown, Brooke Hughes, Emily Shride, Molly Waddell, Lilly Waddell and Macy-Kate Waddell of the Sharpsburg Dance Academy. The girls performed Saturday at the Fayette County Board of Realtors’ 19th Annual Noel November at Flat Creek Country Club in Peachtree City. Read More»

Starr’s Mill High School goes green: Fine Arts Department presents ‘Shrek the Musical’

Shrek, the title character in the SMHS musical production. Photo/Special.

In a faraway kingdom, an ogre shows up to rescue a feisty princess. Throw in a donkey who won’t shut up, a bad guy with a short temper, a cookie with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits and that’s “Shrek The Musical.”

Starr’s Mill has assembled a cast of 50 student actors, singers, musicians, and dancers, some making their stage deput in the show. Read More»

Superheroes (and others) at Tyrone Town Hall

Tyrone town staff got into the Halloween spirit this week by dressing up as characters. Back row (L-R) are Jennifer Patton, Lynda Owens, Dina Rimi, Michelle Gaston, Beth Vaughn and Town Manager Kyle Hood. Front row (L-R): Sandy Beach and Dee Baker. Photo/Special.

Bringing Main Street into the iPad age

Bringing Main Street into the iPad age

The annual Main Street Halloween costume contest in downtown Fayetteville featured costumes both old, new and creative too. Cole Gumerson wore a painstakingly detailed iPad costume, blending in with all the other animals and characters on display. The event also offered a hayride, music and food fare from the jointly-operated Market Day. Photo/John Munford.

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Things to do-Nov.1-Dec.10

November


November 1

Dr. Walt Todd, professor at Shorter University of Atlanta, will return to The Carnegie in Newnan from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. to provide another program for the history series, “World War II – Remembering The War”. Read More»

‘Pinocchio’ comes to Southside

Lydia Williams and Seth Moen are two of the players in “Pinocchio.” Photo/Special

Southside Theatre Guild is proud to present “Pinocchio,” a play the whole family can enjoy. The show opens Oct. 31 and runs weekends through November 17.  Opening night will feature free treats for all the children and free snacks for everyone. Also, if you bring a nonperishable food item to donate to the Fairburn Community Food Bank for any of the performances, Southside Theatre Guild will give you one free concession item. It is the theatre’s way to give back to the community that has been so supportive of community theatre the past 41 years.  Read More»

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