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The following Calendar of Events listings have been provided by event venues, individual organizers and readers of Georgia Magazine. 

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View the works of African-American Yarn Artist Annie Greene.
Art Exhibit
03/19/2019

The Prints of Dame Laura Knight

Georgia's Coast
View nine prints created by the British artist
Art Exhibit
View the works of African-American Yarn Artist Annie Greene.
Art Exhibit
03/20/2019

The Prints of Dame Laura Knight

Georgia's Coast
View nine prints created by the British artist
Art Exhibit
View the works of African-American Yarn Artist Annie Greene.
Art Exhibit
03/21/2019

The Prints of Dame Laura Knight

Georgia's Coast
View nine prints created by the British artist
Art Exhibit
View the works of African-American Yarn Artist Annie Greene.
Art Exhibit
03/22/2019

The Prints of Dame Laura Knight

Georgia's Coast
View nine prints created by the British artist
Art Exhibit
03/23/2019 to 03/24/2019

Wing & Rock Fest

Atlanta Metro
The Wing & Rock Festival is an annual two-day, family-friendly, food and music event that has something for everyone. This event is the 3rd largest chicken wing festival in the country featuring some of region's best-tasting wings. The amphitheater stage will feature live rock tribute DJ Suspense, plus School of Rock performances. Check out the Arts & Crafts bonanza, and kids can spend time in the Kid Zone. Wing vendors compete in several competitions throughout the weekend to determine who has the best-tasting buffalo sauces and non-buffalo sauces, plus try and win you over for the coveted People's Choice Award. Enter the City of Canton wing-eating contest for a chance to win some great prizes. Chicken wings & other food items are available for purchase at each participating food vendor, so you will have variety of food items for the entire family.
Festivals
03/23/2019

SWGA Home, Garden & Outdoor Expo

Plantation Trace
Join us at the 2019 SWGA Home, Garden & Outdoor Expo at the Albany Civic Center on Saturday, March 23 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Presented by the Home Depot of Albany and hosted by the Albany Herald, attendees can explore the latest trends in home, garden and outdoor fun like hunting, boating, camping, fishing, outdoor sports and much more. Raffles all Day!! Free Demonstrations!! Activities!! Food & Drinks!! Indoors & Outdoors!! Admission $5.00 online or at the box office. Kids under 12 Free. Vendors & Sponsorships available. Contact Heather.Harrison@albanyherald.com / Events@Scompapers.com or call 229-888-9370 Sponsored by Home Depot of Albany, Boaters World, PowerSports Plus and the Albany Herald SCNIevents.com/SWGAHomeExpo
Home & Garden
03/23/2019

Arts Around the Square

Plantation Trace
Enjoy art exhibitions, live music, creative writing and theatre in historic downtown Cuthbert at the annual Andrew College Arts Around the Square, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Activities for all ages. The newest wall murals created by Andrew College Art Professor and regional artist Chris Johnson will be dedicated at 3 p.m. Great barbecue and other food available for purchase. Free admission. www.andrewcollege.edu
Festivals
View the works of African-American Yarn Artist Annie Greene.
Art Exhibit
03/23/2019

The Prints of Dame Laura Knight

Georgia's Coast
View nine prints created by the British artist
Art Exhibit
"Listen: Works by Women" is a celebration of chamber music written by women. Six colleagues from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra present duos by composers ranging from Clara Schumann, whose 200th birth anniversary is this fall, to Mary Kouyoumdjian, a young composer living in Brooklyn. We are grateful to the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art for their kind generosity in hosting this concert, and are honored to present it during their ongoing exhibit: Stories Without an End: Power, Beauty and Wisdom of Women in African Art of the Mehta Collection. Emily Brebach, English Horn; Marci Gurnow, Clarinet; Julianne Lee, Violin; Jessica Oudin, Viola; Elisabeth Remy Johnson, Harp; Christina Smith, Flute. This special chamber performance by ASO musicians is free and open to the public in honor of Women's History Month and the International Women's Day. NOTE: This not a ticketed event nor are reservations permitted. Seating is first come, first served.
Concert
View the works of African-American Yarn Artist Annie Greene.
Art Exhibit
03/24/2019

The Prints of Dame Laura Knight

Georgia's Coast
View nine prints created by the British artist
Art Exhibit
View the works of African-American Yarn Artist Annie Greene.
Art Exhibit
03/25/2019

The Prints of Dame Laura Knight

Georgia's Coast
View nine prints created by the British artist
Art Exhibit
View the works of African-American Yarn Artist Annie Greene.
Art Exhibit
03/26/2019

The Prints of Dame Laura Knight

Georgia's Coast
View nine prints created by the British artist
Art Exhibit

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