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Savor the flavor at dinner under the trees in Senoia

Savor the flavor at dinner under the trees in Senoia

The Senoia Optimist Club always knows how to put on an event. Three hundred diners attended the 5th Annual Taste of Senoia held under the trees April 27 at the Veranda Historic Bed and Breakfast Inn. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Lisa Kelly to perform at The Fred Saturday night

Lisa Kelly is set to wow the crowds Saturday. Photo/Special.

The Fred Amphitheater and Lisa Kelly Voice Academy are joining forces to bring a special concert to Peachtree City May 10 presented by Kelly Porter Productions.
The concert will feature former Celtic Woman, Lisa Kelly, along with special guests, Chloe Agnew and Paul Byrom as they bring a bit of Ireland to Peachtree City’s 2,500 seat outdoor amphitheater.

Tickets are still available for the concert and may be purchased at either the Fred box office or online at ticketalternative.com. Reserved seats range from $40-$50 and lawn seats may be purchased for $35. Read More»

Whitewater Middle School’s film premier is Friday

The cast of “The Onset.” Photo/Special.

Amid the ice and snow storms of earlier this year, the Whitewater Middle School Drama Club embarked on an exciting film project.

After months of hard work the full length movie “The Onset” emerges. “The Onset” follows a group of students in fictional Tugaloo, Ga. on a camping trip where they quickly find themselves at ground zero in the middle of a deadly virus outbreak. The virus quickly turns those infected into aggressive zombie-like creatures that threaten all those in the group. Read More»

South Metro Rose Show is May 17-18

Honey Corbin of Peachtree City stops to smell the roses at the 2013 South Metro Rose Society Annual Rose Show. Photo/Special.

The South Metro Rose Society will be holding its 29th annual Rose Show on May 17-18 at Fayetteville Church of Christ fellowship hall at 870 Redwine Rd. 

Local rose growers are invited to enter their roses into competition. Ribbons and prizes will be awarded. Members of the society will advise newcomers on entering their roses by calling the number below. Entries must be made at the show site by 9:30 a.m. on May 17 for judging. The show is free to the public from 1-4 p.m. on both days to view, smell, and photograph the exhibited roses. Read More»

Sandy Creek’s spring show is set for this weekend

Sandy Creek choral students rehearse for the annual spring show, which will feature the music of Hollywood,is May 9 and 10, at 7 p.m. in Patriot Hall at Sandy Creek High School. Tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the door. Photo/Special.

The Sandy Creek High School choruses will present the 2014 spring show, “Lights, Camera, Action: A Celebration of the Music of Hollywood,” on Friday and Saturday, May 9 and 10, at 7 p.m. in Patriot Hall at SCHS.

An annual event produced by senior choral students, the show will include all five choruses (Freshmen Women, Advanced Women, Chamber Choir, Men’s Ensemble, and Treble Choir), who will perform popular songs from Hollywood, a number of which will feature student-choreographed dances. Read More»

Starr’s Mill gets ready for spring musical

Student choreographers Franny Harms and Mynah Holloway prepare the members of Chanticleer for their presentation of the music from the hit movie “Frozen” for the spring concert. Photo/Special.

The choirs of Starr’s Mill High School will be performing their spring concert at Willie Duke Auditorium May 6 at 6 p.m. Please note the early start time this year.

The program will feature all six of Starr’s Mill’s performing ensembles: Women’s choirs Bel Canto and Bella Voce, the Men’s Choir Camerata, the advanced mixed choir Chanticleer, the men’s a cappella ensemble Men of the Mill, and the vocal jazz ensemble An Octave Above. Read More»

Southside Comunity Theatre’s newest production opens this week

Cast members  (L-R) Jonny May, Tina Cooper, Keith Williams, Natalie Kohlhaas and Loren Collins rehearse for this week’s opening of “The Nerd,” Photo/Special.

Southside Community Theatre at 20 West Campbellton St. in Fairburn opens a side-splitting comedy classic “The Nerd” this week.

Written by Larry Shue and directed by Chris Shellnutt, “The Nerd” is about an aspiring young architect, Willum, who has often told his friends about the debt he owes to Rick, a fellow ex-GI whom he has never met but who saved his life after he was seriously wounded in Vietnam. Read More»

Gospel on the Green is Saturday

The Fayette County High School Band Boosters are proud to present the second annual Gospel on the Green concert at the Southern Ground Amphitheatre May 3 at 6 p.m. Performers include Stellar Award winner Micah Stampley and local artists Daphney Hilton, Vincent Lott, Lydia Simonds, God’s Gurls, and more.

Proceeds from the concert will assist with the purchase of instruments, music, equipment, and uniforms for the Fayette County High School Band program. The FCHS band is the largest student organization at the school and is considered one of the premier band programs in the region. Read More»

Late . . . but the hunt goes on

Late . . . but the hunt goes on

It may have been delayed a week by rain, but that didn’t keep the Peachtree City Optimist Club from hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt at Shakerag Knoll Saturday. The rescheduling may have affected turnout, but there were 6,500 candy and snack-filled eggs for children to corral from young kids to older ones in another classic Peachtree City tradition. Photo/John Munford.

American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life week gets a spirited kickoff

American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life week gets a spirited kickoff

Helping to kick off the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life week with a dinner in honor of cancer survivors April 25 were (L-R) Debbie Britt, executive director of community and public relations for Piedmont Fayette Hospital (which hosted the event at New Hope Baptist Church North Campus); Vicki Turner, hospital community board member; Tracey Coker, vice president of clinical services; Ronda Rich, best selling author and syndicated columnist for The Citizen and the evening’s main speaker; Michael Burnett, chief executive officer of Piedmont Fayette; Gracen O'Neal, one of the dinner speake Read More»

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