Welcome back to What’s Happening This Weekend in Middle Georgia and beyond, on and off the beaten path.
This weeks edition is for March 12-15, 2015. Scroll all the way down for what’s coming soon so you can plan ahead! There is much to do in and around the middle Georgia area.
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Peaches to Beaches Yard Sale is this weekend!
Peaches to Beaches is March 13 & 14, 2015!! “Georgia’s longest yard sale and 341 antique and flea market trail” See the map HERE. Peaches to Beaches covers over 200 miles from Barnesville and Culloden to Brunswick and the Golden Isles.
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Forsythia Festival is this weekend in Forsyth! March 14-15. Events include the Arts & Crafts Fair, Boy Scout Pancake Breakfast, Corn Hole Tournament, Horseshoe Championship and much more. Go HERE for more information.
Living History Weekend. 14th-15th. Enjoy living historians, and park staff as they share stories of United States prisoners, Confederate guards and civilians at Andersonville prison during the last months of the Civil War. Park hours are 8am-5pm. Pets are welcome, read more about that HERE. Free
Magnolia Music and Medicine Show. Sat. March 14 at 6pm. Magnolia Theatre. Tickets are $10 at the door. Performance by Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion in this old-fashioned variety show.
- Invitational Band Festival Thur. 3/12 from 5pm-10pm and Friday 3/13 9am. Free
- Lauren’s County Library St. Patrick’s Book Sale. Sat. 3/14. 10am-2pm. 801 Bellevue Avenue, Dublin, Ga. Prices start at .50.
- Dublin Laurens County Museum Exhibits. 10am-5pm. 702 Bellevue Avenue. Be sure to stop in after you leave the book sale. Admission is Free.
Wesleyan Market. March 14 from 9 am-1 pm. Wesleyan College front campus. 4760 Forsyth Rd. Macon, Ga. Expect to find locally grown produce and other plants, animal adoptions, all sorts of arts and crafts by local artists and much more.
Peach Blossom Festival. Lane Southern Orchards. Saturday March 14th. 10 am-5 pm. Food, entertainment, demonstrations, face painting, tours, wine tasting and pay one price for Peach Blossom Play Zone.
Meet Anna and Elsa at Menchies Frozen Yogurt on Friday, March 13th, from 6:00 – 7:30pm. 3030 Watson Blvd, Warner Robins/(478) 953-1910
Monster Jam is back at Lowe’s this weekend! Be sure to register your child to build this Monster Jam project featuring El Toro Loco®! Saturday March 14th 10am-11am. Preregistration is required. Everything is free; the wooden project, apron, patch, and a certificate of completion. Milledgeville is the only store not already completely filled up in the middle Ga. area. Go here for more information.
American Frontier Days. FD Roosevelt State Park. 2970 Ga. Highway 190 Pine Mountain, GA 31822. Sat 3/14 & Sunday 3/15, 10am- 5pm. $5 Parking fee. Meet a trapper. Talk to a soldier. Throw a tomahawk. See living skills displays from local historians. Walk through time from the mid 1700’s to the late 1800’s. Held on the baseball field across from the Liberty Bell Pool on Hwy 354.
Touch A Truck. Saturday March 14th. 11m-2pm. Heritage Park. Hands-on event for children to see, touch and explore their favorite big trucks, heavy equipment and large vehicles. Dump trucks, fire trucks, ambulances, and more. Car seat safety checks with the Georgia State Patrol. Concessions will be available.
48th Annual Rattlesnake & Wildlife Festival. March 14-15. 501 Cedar Ave., Hagan, Ga. 30429. Admission $7. Arts & crafts, parade, food and special guests Duck Dynasty stars, Justin Martin & Mountain Man. Go HERE for Meet and greet times and info.
Plan Ahead, Coming Soon!
Cherry Blossom Festival March 19- April 4. Macon
Spring Spirit Stroll at Riverside Cemetary March 20-29. 6pm-7pm. 1301 Riverside Dr. Macon. $10 per person
Spring Home & Garden Show. March 28-29. Perry. Ga. National Fairgrounds
Magnolia Soap Box Derby. Macon. April 11th.
Strawberry Festival. April 24-25. Reynolds
Warner Robins. Pizza with a cop. Teens are invited to have pizza with a cop on March 20, 2015 5 to 7 p.m. in the McConnell-Talbert Stadium parking lot before the Warner Robins High School vs. Northside High School baseball game. Free.
Come along on our Hot Dog Tour with us! My husband and I are avid hot dog fans so we are sharing our journey here on the blog on our Hot Dog Tour page. Where is your favorite place to eat hot dogs? Let us know, we may just pop in.
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