Macon-Bibb County National Night Out events

August 4, 2013 

Macon-Bibb County National Night Out events

For more information, call Judy Gordon at 751-2797

10 a.m.: Childcare Network, 3940 Northside Drive; Childcare Network, 1987 Wood Valley Road; Joshua’s House, 2046 Felton Ave.

11 a.m.: National Night Out Kickoff, Macon City Hall, 700 Poplar St.

12:30 p.m.: “Aunt Mabel” at The Douglass Theatre

3 p.m.: Baltic Park, 860 Hightower Road; Shakespeare Homes, 3928 Bloomfield Drive; Ingleside Manor Clubhouse, 478 Monroe Hill.

4 p.m.: Bowden Homes, 2301 Houston Ave.; Anthony Homes, 1793 Wren Ave.

5 p.m.: Tindall Heights, 985 Plant St.

6-7 p.m.: Nowell Estates, 240 Amanda Drive.

6-9 p.m.: 1715 Kitchens Road; Lakeside Hills at Ashlin Avenue; LaTanya Village/Rockland Apartments, 2295 Recreation Road; Rosa Jackson Center, 1211 Maynard St.; Shirley Hills, Waverland Drive at Peyton Place; Willie Billue Community Center, 1103 Eastview Ave.; Belvedere Manor, 3003 Truitt Place; Lynmore Estates at Southside Baptist Church, 4162 Roy Ave.; Memorial Gym, 763 Long St.; Pendleton Homes, 3401 Houston Ave.; Tattnall Heights, Beall’s Hill/In-Town, Huguenin Heights, between Linden and Johnson avenues; Riley School, 3552 Greenbriar Road; Bellevue Concerned Citizens, New Pilgrim Baptist Church, 4338 Robinson Road; Cherokee Heights, Lizzie Chapel Church, 1180 Bartlett St.; Freedom Park, 3301 Roff Ave.; 1956 Northbrook Ave.; Ingleside Woods, 343 Stinsonville Road, Corner of Berkshire and Winston Drive; Bloomfield Methodist Church, 5511 Bloomfield Road; Bloomfield Gym, 4115 Lions Place; Unionville, Frank Johnson Gym, 2227 Mercer University Drive; 721 Key Court; Parkview Apartments, 4150 Lions Place; 4300 Summerhill Drive; 3544 Travis Boulevard; Beaumont Heights entrance

6:30-7:30 p.m.: Lake Wildwood Clubhouse.

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