Riding with Santa in F’ville

Riding with Santa in F’ville

Willow Wismer gets a ride around Fayetteville with Santa in his sleigh. Joyce Waits, Main Street Coordinator for Fayetteville, was also along for the ride. Photo/Michael Boylan.

'A Christmas Carol' at City Tap this weekend

Ebenezer Scrooge (Michael Houghtaling), Spirit of Christmas Present (Connor Whittle), Spirit of Christmas Past (MiKayla DeBreuil) and Tiny Tim (Joshua Safran) from ACOF's A Christmas Carol Dinner Theatre Event.  

Ebenezer Scrooge invites all to A Company of Friends Productions' dinner theatre event, “A Christmas Carol.” However, to experience this powerful presentation and enjoy the delicious holiday meal that is included in the ticket price, you must act quickly as seats are filling up fast. Read More»

PTC Civic Ballet presents 'Nutcracker' this weekend

PTC Civic Ballet presents 'Nutcracker' this weekend

Tickets are now on sale for the annual Fayette County production of The Nutcracker Ballet. The Peachtree City Civic Ballet Company will once again bring this classic holiday tradition to the stage on Saturday, December 10 at 2 and 7 p.m and on Sunday, December 11 at 2 p.m. All performances will be held at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic High School. Read More»

Georgia Singers in concert Sunday

Georgia Singers in concert Sunday

Georgia singers will present their fall concert Sunday, December 11 at 6 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church in Peachtree City. Admission is free, and the community is invited to attend and enjoy the wonderful sounds of this remarkable local choir. Included in the musical selection is a wide variety of styles, as well as delightful music for the holiday season.

This year's concert will include a number of outstanding soloists: Holley Gibbs, Mikeila McQueston, Jessica Strain, Geneva Tigue, Ally Duncan, Jenna Hamlin, Jessica Morris, oboe, and featuring soprano Ellen Sturgill. Read More»

‘Christmas Gift’ plays at Southside Theatre Guild through Dec. 11

Pictured, from left, are cast members Patty Carter Richardson, Celia Hoffman, Jill Lucas and Jim Abert. Photo/Special.

Play is based on book by Fayetteville’s Ferrol Sams, Jr.

Southside Theatre Guild in Fairburn is presenting “Christmas Gift,” Thursday through Sunday, Dec. 8-11. Performances are 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 2:30 p.m. on Sunday.

The show, written by David Thomas with music and lyrics from Patrick Hutchison, is adapted from the book “Christmas Gift” by author and Fayette County resident Dr. Ferrol Sams, Jr. Read More»

Parade will bring traffic to Fayetteville Saturday afternoon

The Fayetteville Police Department wants to make motorists aware of traffic delays in the downtown area on Saturday, December 3.

The square in Fayetteville will be shut down on Saturday, December 3, starting at 4:15 p.m. The closing will last approximately one hour.

Georgia Highway 85 and Georgia Highway 54 will be shut down in both directions surrounding the square. The use of North Jeff Davis Drive and Jimmie Mayfield Boulevard are recommended for use as detours when traveling north or south through the city during this time. Read More»

Area set to light up trees, usher in the holidays

Area set to light up trees, usher in the holidays

Christmas is less than a month away and the local cities and towns will kick off the holidays with tree lightings, parades and other festivities this weekend. Read More»

Christmas with the Southern Crescent Chorale, Dec. 4

Many patrons consider the annual concert Christmas with the Southern Crescent Chorale to be the official beginning of the holiday season. This year’s concert will again be a fantastic way to begin your celebrations. Sponsored by Fayetteville Edward Jones Financial Advisors Bruce Dickerson and Michele Hall, the concert will be held on Sunday, Dec. 4 at 3 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church in Peachtree City. Read More»

DePoy to discuss new book at PTC Library Sunday

The Friends of the Peachtree City Library are pleased to present Edgar Award-winning novelist Phillip DePoy. Mr. DePoy will be coming to the Peachtree City Library on Sunday, December 4th to discuss A Corpse’s Nightmare, the sixth in the acclaimed Fever Devilin mystery series. Read More»

Five steps to dry eye relief

Dry eye symptoms often worsen as winter begins according to Dr. John Henahan of Spectrum Eyecare In Peachtree City. “As we heat our homes to stay comfortable in the winter, it causes the ambient humidity to drop dramatically. This causes our tear layer to evaporate more quickly and our eyes to feel drier”, says Dr. Henahan. Read More»

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