Georgia Magazine - March 2018 - 12
and speaker/evangelist Nick Hall.
bit.ly/augentc. (706) 722-3521.
GEORGIA STATE PARKS
Character Par-Tea, March 24, Columbia
County Amphitheater, Evans. Come to a
tea party with fairy-tale princesses and
storybook characters. bit.ly/evtwncpk.
Baskets, Bunnies and Eggs, March 31,
Mistletoe State Park, Appling. Kids make
Easter baskets and go on an egg hunt;
families can use GPS coordinates to find
eggs hidden in the woods. bit.ly/gspmsto.
Old-fashioned Easter, March 31, Elijah
Clark State Park, Lincolnton. Color eggs
with natural dyes, plus participate in an
egg toss, Easter egg scavenger hunt, crafts.
bit.ly/gspecsp. (706) 359-3458.
Spring Festival & Tour of Homes,
March 31, various locations, Washington.
Start at First Baptist Church for a tour of
antebellum and Victorian homes, plus
an arts festival and museum tours.
wwtourofhomes.com. (706) 678-5111.
Costa Fishing League Worldwide Tournament, March 1-3, Earle May Boat Basin
Recreation Area, Bainbridge. More than 30
anglers from around the country compete.
bit.ly/costfish. (229) 243-8555.
Camerata Ireland, March 2, Thomasville
Center for the Arts, Thomasville. Musicians
from Ireland present a concert based on
their musical heritage. tefconcerts.com.
"Swamp Gravy: Listen Here," March 2-3,
9-10, 16-17, 23-24, Cotton Hall Theater,
Colquitt. The latest edition of Georgia's
official folk life play, celebrating its 25th
River Town Days, March 9-10, Earle May
Boat Basin Recreation Area, Bainbridge.
Rides, vendors, concessions, concerts, family
fun. bit.ly/bachmbr. (229) 246-4774.
18th Annual Valdosta-Lowndes Azalea
Festival, March 10-11, Drexel Park, Valdosta. Arts and crafts, entertainment, food.
azaleafestival.com. (229) 269-9381.
61st Annual Antique Show, March 16-18,
Southern Regional Technical College,
Moultrie. Antiques, estate jewelry, art,
sterling silver and crystal. bit.ly/mgasho.
The Calico Arts and Crafts Show,
March 17-18, Spence Field, Moultrie.
Ornamental iron home and garden décor,
painted glass, antiques and children's
furniture. calicocrafts.com. (229) 985-1968.
9th Annual Cotton Blossom Roundup,
March 23-24, Berrien County Saddle Club
Arena, Nashville. Bull riding, calf roping,
steer wrestling, cowgirls' barrel racing.
bit.ly/rodcbr. (229) 686-5123.
Scottish Heritage Days, March 9-11, Fort King George State Historic Site, Darien. Showcase
of Georgia's Scottish and colonial history, with weapon demonstrations and cannon firings,
re-enactors, blacksmithing, weaving and 18th-century cooking and music. gastateparks.org/
fortkinggeorge. (912) 437-4770.
Thomasville Singers, March 25, Trinity
Anglican Church, Thomasville. Sacred works
by John Rudder performed with chamber
orchestra. bit.ly/thvus4. (229) 227-6964.
Dublin St. Patrick's Festival, through
March 17, 23-24, various locations, Dublin.
Contests, hot-air balloon festival, road race,
barbecue and food events, musical entertainment, parade, arts and crafts and more.
dublinstpatricks.com. (478) 272-4002.
Pig in the Park BBQ Championship,
March 2-3, Market on Madison, Dublin.
Music, food vendors, kids' rides and barbecue cook-off. bit.ly/dubbq. (478) 272-2560.
"Swan Lake," March 6, Performing Arts
Center, Statesboro. Romantic ballet classic
presented by the Moscow Festival Ballet.
bit.ly/gspac1718. (912) 478-7999.
"The Tempest," March 8-11, Averitt Center
for the Arts, Statesboro. Shakespeare's play
about shipwreck and magic, presented in
partnership with Theatre and Performance
at Georgia Southern University. bit.ly/avrtctr.
51st Annual Claxton Rattlesnake &
Wildlife Festival, March 10-11, Evans
County Wildlife Club, Claxton. Captive
rattlesnakes, birds of prey, other wildlife,
Rattlesnake Run, crafts, food, kids' activities.
bit.ly/evncwdf. (912) 739-3820.
19th Annual Battle of Manassas,
March 17-18, Fort Wallace-Wood, Reidsville.
Re-enactments, cooking demonstrations,
crafts. bit.ly/batmanas. (912) 557-6649.
Peanut Proud Festival, March 24, downtown, Baxley. Parade, 5K, street dance,
entertainment, peanut obstacle course.
bit.ly/ppfest18. (229) 724-7322.
Another Bloomin' Festival, March 31,
downtown, Metter. Bloomin' Bike Ride,
5K and 1-mile fun run, flower show, Easter
egg hunt, classic car cruise-in, barbecue
cook-off, entertainment. bit.ly/abfmetr.
Night Out in Effingham, March 2, downtown, Springfield. Sample food from vendors
with A Taste of Effingham, then enjoy a
concert by The Fabulous Equinox Orchestra.
bit.ly/efcounty. (912) 754-3301.
8th Annual Savannah Stopover Music
Festival, March 8-10, various locations,
Savannah. Concerts by dozens of bands on
their way to the Austin, Texas, SXSW Music
Festival. bit.ly/savstpcn. (478) 254-0888.
Landing Day, March 10, Georgia Salzburger
Society Museum and History Site, Rincon.
Living history, kids' activities, music, food
and demonstrations celebrate the landing of
the society's ancestors in Georgia 284 years
ago. (912) 754-7001.
65th Annual Tour of Homes, March 17,
Christ Church Frederica, St. Simons. Tour
homes on St. Simons and Sea Island. bit.ly/
chrctoh. (912) 638-8683.
Irish Road Bowling, March 24, Hutchinson
Island Race Track, Savannah. Centuries-old
competition to hurl a ball along a 2-mile
course. aohsavannah.com. (405) 222-8173.
Peter Cottontail Express Train Rides,
March 24, 31, St. Marys Railroad, St. Marys.
Visit the famous rabbit at his home in the
woods. stmarysrailroad.com. (912) 200-5235.
Savannah Music Festival, March 29April 14, various locations, Savannah.
Celebration of a range of music styles
on multiple stages. bit.ly/savgmusic.
Twilight Easter Egg Hunt, March 31,
Laura S. Walker State Park, Waycross. Bring
flashlights and Easter baskets for agegrouped Easter egg hunts. bit.ly/lswkrgsp.
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