Georgia Magazine - March 2018 - 11
Follow the Cross
Walks, March 1-31,
Biblical History Center,
LaGrange. Learn more
about the last week of
Jesus' life. bit.ly/bib
hstctr. (706) 885-0363.
Regions are determined by the Georgia
Department of Economic Development. See
its online calendar at www.exploregeorgia.
org for additional events.
March 2-4, 8-10, Riverside Theatre, Columbus
37th Annual Conyers Cherry Blossom Festival, March 24-25, Georgia
State University, ColumInternational Horse Park, Conyers. Arts and crafts, entertainment,
food vendors featuring international cuisine. georgiahorsepark.com.
play about Esther,
a black New York
seamstress who sews
lingerie for a range of clients. bit.ly/csujunb. musical/comedy revue. onstagewalton.org.
Theatre, Lawrenceville. Smash-hit musical
based on the songs of ABBA. aurora
theatre.com. (678) 226-6222.
"West Side Story," March 2-4, 8-11, 15-17,
Springer Opera House, Columbus. Stephen
Sondheim musical about two lovers caught
between warring gangs in New York.
bit.ly/sprngop. (706) 327-3688.
The History of Indian Springs, March 3,
Indian Springs State Park, Flovilla. Tour the
park's museum, sample the spring water
and learn about Indian Springs. bit.ly/
indsprgs. (770) 504-2277.
"Buyer and Cellar," March 8-11, 15-17,
19, 22-25, Out Front Theatre, Atlanta. Oneman show about a struggling actor who
takes a job working for a superstar.
outfronttheatre.com. (404) 448-2755.
Olate Dogs: Rescue Tour, March 10,
RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, Columbus. The canine winners of "America's Got
Talent" perform flips and amazing tricks.
rivercenter.org. (706) 256-3612.
International Cherry Blossom Festival,
March 3, 10, 16-25, various locations,
Macon. Arts and crafts, carnival midway,
entertainment, parade, track meet and
more. cherryblossom.com. (478) 330-7050.
American Craft Show, March 16-18,
Cobb Galleria Centre, Atlanta. More than
230 craftspeople display their jewelry,
quilting, home décor, furniture, clothing.
craftcouncil.org. (800) 836-3470.
West Georgia Choral Arts Festival,
March 10, Callaway Auditorium, LaGrange.
Regional choirs perform. cswg.weebly.com.
Terell Stafford Quintet, March 17, Spivey
Hall, Clayton State University, Morrow. The
trumpeter leads a jazz quintet in concert.
spiveyhall.org. (678) 466-4200.
"Motown The Musical," March 20-21,
RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, Columbus. The Broadway musical tells the story
of the Motown record label and its founder,
Berry Gordy. rivercenter.org. (706) 256-3612.
"Motown The Musical," March 9, The
Classic Center, Athens. The Broadway
musical tells the story of the Motown
record label and its founder, Berry Gordy.
classiccenter.com. (706) 208-0900.
Earth, Wind & Fire, March 11, Macon City
Auditorium, Macon. The Chicago musical
group brings its signature sound to Macon.
maconcentreplex.org. (866) 820-4553.
Model Train Show, March 17-18, Cobb
Galleria Centre, Atlanta. Model trains on
display, plus vendors, door prizes and
more. bit.ly/modtrn. (404) 550-4816.
Spring Concert, March 23, First United
Methodist Church, Douglasville. Performance by the Douglas County Chamber
Singers. bit.ly/dougccs. (678) 961-3623.
Atlanta's Dance Canvas, March 23-24,
Ferst Center for the Arts, Georgia Institute
of Technology, Atlanta. Celebrate 10 years
of Atlanta's Dance Canvas with works by
10 choreographers. dancecanvas.com.
40th Annual Spring Atlanta Home
Show, March 23-25, Cobb Galleria Centre,
Atlanta. More than 350 exhibitors in home
remodeling and outdoor living. bit.ly/
athomsh. (770) 798-1997.
2nd Annual LaGrange Southeast
Regional Exhibition, through April 21,
LaGrange Art Museum and Lamar Dodd
Art Center, LaGrange. Juried exhibition
Night Eggstravaganza, March 23, F.D.
Roosevelt State Park, Pine Mountain.
Competitive games, hot dogs, contests,
animal petting corral, candy egg hunt.
bit.ly/fdrspga. (706) 663-4858.
Easter Eggstravaganza, March 24, The
Rock Ranch, The Rock. Egg hunt, Easter
story presentation, Easter Bunny. therock
ranch.com. (706) 647-6374.
Festival by the Lake and Easter Egg
Hunt, March 24, Florence Marina State
Park, Omaha. Craft vendors, egg hunts.
bit.ly/gspfmsp. (229) 838-4706.
Crafting History: Textiles, Metals and
Ceramics at the University of Georgia,
through April 29, Georgia Museum of Art,
Athens. History of UGA's crafts departments
from the late 1920s until today. georgia
museum.org. (706) 542-4662.
"Nunsense," March 2-3, 9-11, 16-18, On
Stage Playhouse, Monroe. Stage production
about sisters in a convent who put on a
More online at www.georgiamagazine.org
Rachel Eve Holmes, March 18, First
United Methodist Church, Warner Robins.
The Georgia native and soprano performs
with pianist Catherine Giel. wrconcert.org.
Master Gardeners Plant Sale,
March 22-24, State Farmers Market, Macon.
Spring plant sale with trees, shrubs, annuals, gardening advice. mgcg.org.
Starry Nights & Hot Cocoa, March 2,
Elijah Clark State Park, Lincolnton.
Observe the stars and hear stories about
the constellations from the park naturalist.
bit.ly/gspecsp. (706) 359-3458.
Daughtry, March 13, Bell Auditorium,
Augusta. Chris Daughtry and his band
bring their brand of rock 'n' roll to
Augusta. bit.ly/augentc. (706) 722-3521.
Winter Jam 2018 Tour Spectacular,
March 22, James Brown Arena, Augusta.
Christian concert featuring Kari Jobe, Building 429, comedian John Crist, NewSong
CONYERS CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL
of works by Southeastern artists. bit.ly/lamus
ga. (706) 882-3267.