Senoia car show draws a record crowd

The cars are  standing at attention with their hoods up along both sides of Senoia's Main Street, stretching all the way from Senoia Coffee Company to Katie Lou’s Barbeque, and  even more branched off through side streets, cascading through the whole of downtown Senoia. Photo/Bethan Adams.

Over 300 classic cars 1988 and older wrapped around downtown Senoia on Sept. 27 for the 10th annual Senoia car show.

Suzanne Helfman, chairman of the downtown development authority, said there were more cars than space available, and she had to turn some cars away during the registration hour earlier that morning.

“[The show] went great,” she said. “We had such a huge turnout and didn’t have enough room for all the cars.”
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Zombie Run set for Senoia

Over the past couple of years, it appears that Senoia has become the unofficial zombie capital of the world.

Every weekend you can catch people exploring the streets of Senoia seeing the scenes made famous by shows like AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” This October though, the streets of Senoia will be different. Now fans will have the chance to see if they could survive a zombie outbreak! Read More»

Digging in for PTC Dragon Boat Race

Digging in for PTC Dragon Boat Race

The new Lake McIntosh location for the annual Peachtree City International Festival and Rotary Dragon Boat Races held Sept. 27 provided a perfect venue for the nearly three dozen teams participating in the annual event. Photo/Ben Nelms.

‘This is the one you really ought to try’

‘This is the one you really ought to try’

Madison Griffin describes each flavor of pork rind freshly made under the Squealing Pigs Restaurant tent at the last Fayette Market Day this past weekend. Griffin’s favorite flavor is salt and vinegar. Photo/Bethan Adams.

Heavy traffic expected in Fairburn for Oct. 4 festival

Fairburn Police want residents of Fayette and Coweta counties to be aware of traffic issues which will be present at the Fairburn Fall Festival in the downtown area on Oct. 4.

The festival starts with a parade that begins at 9:30 a.m. A large section of U.S. Hwy. 29 / West Broad Street through downtown will be closed off for the parade. This effectively blocks anyone traveling on Ga. Highway 92 north from Fayette County.

There are several alternates available, the easiest probably being Ga. Highway 138 from Fayette County through Fairburn to completely avoid the downtown area. Read More»

Things to do-Oct.2-Nov.8


October 2

Disney’s “The Jungle Book Kids” runs from today through Oct. 5, at the Fayetteville Train Depot . Show times and ticket prices are as follows:  October 2 at 6:30 p.m. ($8/$10), October 3 at 6:30 p.m. ($10/$12), October 4 at 2:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. ($10/$12), and October 5 at 3:00 p.m. ($10/$12). Reservations available now at 770-251-7611 or  Presented by A Company of Friends Theatrical Productions.

October 3
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Librarians get in on the act at the Alliance

Local librarians Chris Snell and Sarah Trowbridge will have their moment in the limelight Oct. 5 at 2:30 p.m., when they serve as guest hosts for the Alliance Theatre’s world premiere production of “Native Guard,” an original staging of two-term U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey’s Pulitzer Prize-winning poetic work. Read More»

Disney classic tale coming to Fayetteville

Mowgli (Aleena Soto) is caught by Kaa (Brielle Gradek) as Bagheera (Nia Tcheykov) tries to protect the man-cub.  Photo/Submitted.

A Company of Friends Theatrical Productions invites family audiences to come enjoy the musical jungle adventure, “Disney’s Jungle Book, Kids” on October 2-5.

Full of all the most beloved songs and characters from the Disney animated classic, this show will have you singing and dancing in your seats to favorites like “The Bare Necessities,” “I Wan’na Be Like You,” “Colonel Hathi’s March” and “Trust in Me!” Let us take you to a jungle full of crazy monkeys, funny elephants, cute honey bees, exotic jungle plants and even a little danger! Read More»

Comedy kicks off the season at the Legacy

The cast of “Moonlight and Magnolias.” Photo/Submitted.

Tickets are now on sale for Ron Hutchinson’s “Moonlight & Magnolias,” the hilarious comedy about the creation of ‘Gone with the Wind’. Just in time for the 75th anniversary of the classic film, this farce will be the first of five exciting shows being produced by The Legacy Theatre this season.

“We think our audiences are going to love Moonlight & Magnolias,” says artistic director, Mark Smith, who is also directing the fast-paced production. Read More»

All the news you have strength to print

All the news you have strength to print

There was far more than tractors and farm equipment on display at the 18th Annual Inman Farm Heritage Days held Sept. 19-21 at Minter’s Farm. Seven-year-old Ty Smith of Spalding County tried his hand at this circa 1900 Chandler Price printing press. Photo/Ben Nelms.

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