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02/20/2019

Volunteer Day

Northeast Georgia Mountains
9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. We are gearing up for our new season here at Hardman Farm and there is plenty to do! Join us for a volunteer open house and hear about all the great opportunities and benefits of becoming a volunteer at Hardman Farm. Morning biscuits will be provided, and all prospective volunteers will enjoy a tour of the farm. Please RSVP no later than 2/18/19. Email scarlett.fuller@dnr.ga.gov or call the site at 706-878-1077.
History
Exhibit chronicles the travels of Margaret Telfair and her husband, William Brown Hodgson.
Education
View the works of African-American Yarn Artist Annie Greene.
Art Exhibit
02/20/2019

Put a Bird on It

Historic Heartland
Display of nearly 30 wall quilts featuring birds
Art Exhibit
02/20/2019

Gallery Exhibits

Plantation Trace
View the works of Irene Dodd, plus Draw Project 2019 and East African Art
Art Exhibit
02/20/2019

In the Wake

Magnolia Midlands
Exhibition by self-taught artist John Givens explores the South through pastels, watercolors and French crayons
Art Exhibit
02/20/2019

The Prints of Dame Laura Knight

Georgia's Coast
View nine prints created by the British artist
Art Exhibit
Exhibit chronicles the travels of Margaret Telfair and her husband, William Brown Hodgson.
Education
View the works of African-American Yarn Artist Annie Greene.
Art Exhibit
02/21/2019

Put a Bird on It

Historic Heartland
Display of nearly 30 wall quilts featuring birds
Art Exhibit
02/21/2019

In the Wake

Magnolia Midlands
Exhibition by self-taught artist John Givens explores the South through pastels, watercolors and French crayons
Art Exhibit
02/21/2019

The Prints of Dame Laura Knight

Georgia's Coast
View nine prints created by the British artist
Art Exhibit
Exhibit chronicles the travels of Margaret Telfair and her husband, William Brown Hodgson.
Education
02/22/2019 to 02/23/2019

Murder in the Square - an audience-interactive murder mystery

Plantation Trace
Andrew College’s theatre department invites the community to an audience-interactive murder mystery performance, “Murder in the Square.” The performance to be held on Friday, February 22 and Saturday, February 23, includes delicious food, live music, and, of course, murder! The audience will travel to two different locations on the square in Cuthbert, Georgia to see the drama unfold. The mystery begins at 99 Plum Street, Cuthbert at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25 ($20 faculty/staff and Alumni Association members) and must be purchased by 4 p.m. on Monday, February 18 by calling 229-732-5968 or you may visit www.eventbrite.com and search by date and city to purchase.
Theater
View the works of African-American Yarn Artist Annie Greene.
Art Exhibit
02/22/2019

Put a Bird on It

Historic Heartland
Display of nearly 30 wall quilts featuring birds
Art Exhibit
02/22/2019

In the Wake

Magnolia Midlands
Exhibition by self-taught artist John Givens explores the South through pastels, watercolors and French crayons
Art Exhibit
02/22/2019

The Prints of Dame Laura Knight

Georgia's Coast
View nine prints created by the British artist
Art Exhibit
02/23/2019

Warner Robins Arbor Day Seedling Give-Away

Historic Heartland
Keep Warner Robins Beautiful invites you to plant a tree to celebrate Arbor Day! On Saturday, February 23rd, beginning at 9:00 a.m., native tree seedlings (courtesy of Flint Energies) will be given away FREE OF CHARGE (while they last) at Kroger on Highway 96 in Warner Robins. For more information contact kwrb@wrga.gov or 478-929-7258.
Education
Exhibit chronicles the travels of Margaret Telfair and her husband, William Brown Hodgson.
Education

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