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Things to do-April 17-May 18

April

April 17
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April ushers in traditional events in Fayette

The annual Easter egg hunt is always an enduring tradition in Peachtree City. Photo/Ben Nelms.

As spring comes into full bloom, residents are already circling their calendar for two beloved rites of spring.

On April 19, the Optimist Club of Peachtree City and the Peachtree City Fire Department are staging an Easter egg hunt with registration starting at 9:30 a.m. and the hunt beginning at 10:30 a.m. Come visit with the Easter Bunny and enjoy games such as the Moonwalk, face painting and the fishing game. Read More»

Things to do-April 10-May 11

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Celebrity dancers announced

Celebrity dancers announced

The Fayette County Board of Realtors in partnership with Rachel’s Dance Connection is excited to announce the second annual “Fayette Celebrity Dancers” charity benefit coming up April 26 at Starr’s Mill High School. Show time is 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Read More»

Things to do-April 3-May 3

April

April 3

The Fayette County High School Chorus presents a school-wide talent show 2014 at 7 p.m. at Sam’s Auditorium
Come out and see step teams, crazy teacher acts, and fabulous acts by our multi-talented students! Don’t miss it! Cost is $5 at the door.
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Senoia plans citywide yard sale April 26

Senoia’s first citywide yard sale sponsored by the Senoia Downtown Development Authority and the Senoia Area Historical Society is set for April 26. Pictured are SAHS President John “Dub” Pearman, SAHS Museum Director Maureen Schulyer, DDA Promotions Committee Chairman Gail Downs and DDA Chairman Suzanne Helfman.

The idea of having a citywide yard sale was the brainchild of the Senoia Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and the Senoia Area Historical Society (SAHS). Residents interested in participating in the April 26 event should register at City Hall to be included on the list of yard sale locations.

Organizers said SAHS had already scheduled its annual yard sale fundraiser when DDA members suggested the idea of having a combined event on the same day. Read More»

Anniversary concert is this weekend

On March 30, at 3 p.m., Newnan’s Masterworks Chorale marks 10 years of excellence with “A Celebration of Music and Community” at the Centre for the Performing and Visual Arts. The highlight of the concert will be a classical work, Franz Schubert’s “Mass in G.” Guest artists Emily Budd and Greg Hucks will sing the soprano and baritone solos while Masterworks’ own L.C. Lane will perform the tenor solos. Read More»

Myeloma Awareness Month

Myeloma Awareness Month

Fayetteville Mayor Greg Clifton (center) and the City Council issued a proclamation March 20 acknowledging Myeloma Awareness Month. Receiving the proclamation were Southside Multiple Myeloma Support Group representatives Portia Skeete (L) and Alma Robinson. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Things to do-March 26-May3

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March 26
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Organic farm in Coweta pays it back: donating 24,000 pounds of food

Coweta County nonprofit 180-degree Farm co-founder Scott Tyson recently braved the enclosure where the farm’s ducks and their “watch dog” protectors, the geese, spend the day feasting on a diet of grass free of pesticides and herbicides. Photo/Ben Nelms.

For Fayette County residents Nicole and Scott Tyson, the labor of love known as the nonprofit 180-degree Farm off Ga. Highway 154 in Sharpsburg continues. Read More»

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