Discover Georgia’s Lake Lanier
At Lake Lanier, there’s something for everyone.
Pick your pleasure – on and off the water. We’ve got it all – and it’s waiting for you!
97.1 Monsters of Mock SATURDAY,
97.1 Monsters of Mock
SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2016
Everyone remembers the Monsters of Rock, right? Well – 97.1 The River and Lanier Islands want to help you RELIVE that concert experience. We’re calling it the Monsters of Mock! Yeah MOCK – as in – not the REAL thing, but music so good that you’ll think it’s the REAL thing!
Saturday June 25th – Sunset Cove will be rocking with the music of Hysteria (Def Leppard), A1A (Jimmy Buffet), The Stoneberrys (Rolling Stones), and Departure (Journey)! Bands subject to change.
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 11:00 pm est.
7000 Lanier Islands Parkway, Buford, GA 30518
Sunset Covewww.lanierislands.com 770-945-8787
XAK and Scott Bowling June 26 Listen
XAK and Scott Bowling
Listen Fresh – Listen Local
Local musicians perform each Friday on The Bench starting around 3 pm.
Young up-and-coming singer/songwriter XAK hails from Flowery Branch. A talent to watch. Scott will accompany on the cajon.
(Sunday) 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm est.
Gainesville Farmers Market
118 Main Street Southwest, Corner of Main Street and Spring Street, Gainesville, GA, 30501
Gainesville Farmers MarketPhone: 678-943-4442 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
5th ANNUAL FARM TOUR JUNE
5th ANNUAL FARM TOUR JUNE 25-26 FILLS COOLERS WITH FRESH FOOD
AND ATTRACTS THE NEXT GENERATION OF FARMERS
The 2016 Georgia Mountains Farm Tour on Saturday and Sunday June 25-26, 2016 will connect residents with family farms throughout Northeast Georgia. Tickets are $30 per carload before June 16. All who participate in this self-guided tour will be able to explore many kinds of farms while filling their coolers with fresh fruits, veggies, and meat directly from local farms.
Georgia Mountains Farmers Network and Soque River Watershed Association, hosts of the 5th annual Farm Tour, invite the whole family to learn more about the local food scene.
With more than a dozen farms and multiple farm-to-table restaurants to choose from on the tour, guests customize their experience by picking the locations they want to visit each day. From pastured animals and historical landmarks to hayrides and honey extracting, everyone will find something that interests them. Tour participants can learn about:
- How to grow food year-round with season-extension techniques
- How to use the best tomato varieties and growing methods for Northeast Georgia
- How to start your first fruit orchard or berry patch
This farm tour is also a chance for farmers to share their passion and stories with the local community. “I don’t have thousands of acres and tractors the size of my house here at Mill Gap Farm,” says Chuck Mashburn, a sustainable farmer in Tiger, Ga. and local market manager. “For me, it’s about growing responsibly and providing fresh food to my neighbors.”
“It’s so easy for us to forget where food comes from and how it gets to our plate,” says Laura Farrelly, co-owner of Harvest Habersham, a farm-to-table restaurant in Clarkesville. “Bringing the whole family out for a weekend and asking about local food in your own community can make a huge difference.”
Last year’s Georgia Mountains Farm Tour generated over $10,000 in local food sales in two days, and connected hundreds of families to local producers and sustainable farming culture. Proceeds from the Farm Tour benefit the Georgia Mountains Farmers Network, a nonprofit seeking to increase the impact of local foods in the region through strengthening the local food farming community.
Farm Tour hours are from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday, June 25 and 26. Visitors are encouraged to visit 3 to 4 farms per day, to make reservations at designated food stops, and to bring coolers and cash to purchase farm products. The Georgia Mountains Farm Tour will be held rain or shine. For more information, tickets, volunteer opportunities, and press, please visit http://EatWellBuyLocal.org or email Andrew at GMFNfarmtour@gmail.com.
25 (Saturday) 1:00 pm - 26 (Sunday) 6:00 pm EST.
Georgia Mountains Farm Tour
Hall, Habersham, Rabun, Tiger GA, Northeast Georgia History Center,
The Georgia Mountains Farm TourAndrew GMFNfarmtour@gmail.com 503-758-8488
Adapted from the story by
Adapted from the story by Mary Orr, on which the film All About Eve and the hit musical Applause were based. An engrossing and revealing “inside” story of life in New York’s theatre world, told in terms of an unscrupulous ingenue’s rise to Broadway stardom
When we first meet Eve Harrington she is standing in the rain by the stage door of the theatre in which the renowned Margo Crane is starring in her latest long-run hit
Waiting for a glimpse of her professed idol she accosts Karen Roberts, Margo’s good friend and the wife of the playwright, Lloyd Roberts, and inveigles an invitation to meet the great actress herself. The meeting leads to unexpected opportunity as Margo, struck with Eve’s “sincerity,” takes her on as a personal secretary
Before long Eve has done such a fine job of straightening out the clutter of Margo’s personal affairs that Margo, while she had always jealously resisted the engagement of an understudy for her own role, allows Eve to have the assignment
Then Eve begins to move ahead in earnest, her true character emerging as she lies, cheats and blackmails her way to Broadway stardom — and then a Hollywood career — leaving the wreckage of her friends’ trust behind her.
As the play ends there are rumors that Eve has found a new “friend,” this time a movie tycoon, so it appears that perhaps we have n……
COST:$20-$25 BUY TICKETS
9 (Thursday) 8:00 pm - 26 (Sunday) 10:00 pm EST.
Buford Community Center Theatre
2200 Buford Hwy Buford, GA - United States
Buford Community Center Theatreabrown@cityofbuford.com 770-945-6762