Out & About Calendar

May 2, 2014 

FESTIVALS

Turkey Creek Festival “Farmin’ in the Park”

10 a.m. May 3, Interstate 75, exit 122, Byromville. Arts and crafts, exhibits, games, food and entertainment. www.turkeycreekfestival.com. 478-244-1318. Free.

Old Clinton War Days

May 3-4, Clinton. Includes authentic camps, narration of battle history, battle reenactments, crafts, food, entertainment and more. Earlene Hamilton, 478-986-6383. $5 adults, $3 ages 18 and younger, free for age 6 and younger.

The Cotton Pickin’ Fair

8 a.m.-5 p.m. May 3-4, Gay Family Farmstead,18830 Georgia Highway 85, Gay. Pottery, weaving, basket making, blacksmithing, sculpture, woodcarving, folk art, jewelry, southern foods and regional entertainment. www.cpfair.org. 706-538-6814. $7 adults, $3 children 7-12.

JugFest/Old Knoxville Days

May 17, Hortman Mill Road, Knoxville. Pottery, jewelry, candle making, woodworking, wind chimes, ribbon wreaths and many other arts and crafts. Self-guided tours of historic buildings, historic displays in the old courthouse, a preview party, Lunch and Learn event, lawn mower races, demonstrations of corn husk chair seats, decoy carving, gourd burning, weaving, tatting, quilt show, entertainment, food and more. Sponsored by the Roberta/Crawford County Chamber of Commerce and the Crawford County Historical Society. For a complete schedule, visit www.gajugfest.com. Director of the Chamber of Commerce, Patti Temple, 478-836-3825, or email gsragsdale@pstel.com or rcccoc@pstel.com.

Camps

Big “O” Singer/Songwriter Camp

9 a.m.-5 p.m. June 2-13, Zuver Center, Mount de Sales Academy. Ages 13-17. Camp is intended for students with varied musical knowledge; however, no previous musical experience or knowledge of instrumentation is required. Fundamentals of songwriting, vocals and production; daily individual instrument lessons of choice; Q&A session with professional singers and songwriters; workshops in lyric writing, voice lessons, instrument instruction and music industry-related topics; education on performance, stage presence and branding; and more. Showcase performance by all campers June 13. Presented by the Otis Redding Foundation. Application deadline: May 2. Space is limited to 50 students. Karla Redding-Andrews, 478-742-5737. $200, includes daily lunch.

MARKETS

Wesleyan Market

9 a.m.-1 p.m. the second Saturday of every month, Wesleyan College, 4760 Forsyth Road. The event features a variety of locally grown and produced items ranging from flowers and organic fruits and vegetables to baked goods, art and crafts. 478-757-5233. Free.

The Fall Line Farmers Market on First Fridays

4-8 p.m. the first Friday of every month, First Presbyterian Church, 210 S. Wayne St., Milledgeville. Locally grown seasonal produce, fresh seafood, arts and crafts and more. Held in conjunction with First Friday events sponsored by Milledgeville Mainstreet. 478-452-9394 or fall.line.farmers.market@gmail.com.

State Farmers Market

8 a.m.-dark daily, 2055 Eisenhower Parkway. Farmers selling fresh produce, as well as dealers year-round.

Mulberry Street Market

3:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Mulberry Street. Locally grown and produced vegetables, dairy, meat, desserts and more. Free to attend.

International City Farmers Market

1-6 p.m. Thursday, Watson Boulevard and Maple Street, in front of Perkins Field across from Robins Federal Credit Union, Warner Robins. Featuring Georgia-grown/made foods. Local, seasonal produce, meat, milk and more. 478-225-7626.

Market on Madison

7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday through October, 314 W. Madison St., Dublin. Tara Bradshaw, Main Street Dublin, 478-272-2560 or tara@dublinmainstreet.com.

Hawkinsville Farmers Market

3-6:30 p.m. Tuesday and 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday, beginning opening May 3, 100 S. Houston St. at U.S. and Broad Street. 478-783-9294. www.hawkinsvillerivermarket.com.

GOSPEL/CHRISTIAN

Gospel Night Singers Spring Concert

6:30 p.m. May 3-4, New Heights Baptist Church, 158 Lamar Road. 478-757-2240. Donations accepted.

One Voice Quartet

11 a.m. May 4, Northside C.H. Church, 860 Indian Springs Drive, Forsyth. 478-781-6147.

“Celebration Sunday”

10 a.m. May 4, Cornerstone Freewill Baptist Church, 10157 U.S. 341 North, Fort Valley. Featuring the Jordans. Lunch will be served following the service. Karen Rogers, 478-397-6568.

The Inspirations

7 p.m. May 9, Byron Baptist Church, 100 West White Road, Byron. Also featuring the South Georgia Quartet. Keith Scott, 478-951-7272 or keithsklc@gmail.com. Donations accepted.

DaySpring Trio and Naomi Sego

7 p.m. May 9, Calvary Baptist Church, 5046 Fulton Mill Road. Jarrett Mitchell, 478-957-9811.

Old Friends Choir Sing

6:30 p.m. May 10, Pine Forest Baptist Church, 1848 Tucker Road. Featuring singers from the Old Friends Quartet, DayStar Trio, South Georgia Quartet, the Gloryland Trio, the DaySpring Trio and more, with special guest Naomi Sego. 478-788-3883 or 478-918-7800.

The Rain Rec Night

7-9 p.m. every Friday, 111 Market St., Warner Robins. Billiards, board games, ping pong. Bring board games or electronic games and an appetizer to share. Under 16 must be accompanied by parent. An expanded ministry of the Rain Church, 478-953-7246. www.therainchurch.com.

MUSIC AND VARIETY

Tom Brantley and Missionary Ridge

7:30 p.m. May 2, Allen’s Market Building, 101 W. McIntosh St., Milledgeville. Bluegrass. Tickets can be purchased from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday at the Marlor House, 201 North Wayne St., Milledgeville, or online at www.milledgevillealliedarts.com. $10.

Dickey Betts with Great Southern

8 p.m. May 3, Cox Capitol Theatre, 382 Second St. $45 and up. www.coxcapitoltheatre.com.

Battle of Guitars

6 p.m. May 3, Chester School Gym, Chester. Music by Coley Station, Rocky Creek, Double Barrel and the Lee Jessup Bands. Sponsored by the Chester Lions Club. Door prizes. Concessions available. 478-279-4902.

Opus X

8 p.m. May 3, Goldstein Center for the Performing Arts at Georgia Military College. Classical music quartet. General admission is $20 for adults and $10 for students with ID. For tickets, call 478-445-0202 or purchase at the door

Allman Brothers Band 45th Anniversary Reception and Dedication

3:30-5:30 p.m. May 4, The Library Ballroom, 652 Mulberry St. 478-957-7728 or TheLibraryBallroom@gmail.com. Free.

Historic Heartland Community Orchestra spring concert

8 p.m. May 6, Green Acres Baptist Church, 901 Elberta Road, Warner Robins. Free.

The Return

7-9 p.m. May 10, Telfair Center for the Arts, 119 College St., McRae. Features the music of the Beatles. Tickets may be purchased by calling 229-868-2105 or at www.tcfta.com. $15 in advance; $20 at the door.

Bill Cosby: “Far From Finished”

7 p.m. May 11, City Auditorium, 415 First St. Tickets can be purchased at the Macon Coliseum Box Office, www.ticketmaster.com or 800-745-3000. www.maconcentreplex.com. $32-$75.

Second Sunday Concert Series

Washington Park, downtown Macon. Bring picnics, blankets and chairs for this free outdoor family-friendly concert series. No grills or tents. www.collegehillmacon.com. All events at 6 p.m. May 11: Jaimo’s Jasssz Band; June 8: Bragg Jam preview band; July 13: The Grapevine; August: tba; September: tba; October: soul music surprise guest.

Jerry Garcia Band Cover Band

8 p.m. May 15, Cox Capitol Theatre. With Sweet Knievel. CoxCapitolTheatre.com. 877-987-6487. $8 - $10.

The Helen Highwater String Band

7:30 p.m. May 16, Juliette Opry, 443 McCrackin St., Juliette. Contact Joe Cullison, 478-335-3895, for reservations. www.acousticproductions.com. $20 advance, $22 at door.

Lucinda Williams

8 p.m. May 31, Cox Capitol Theatre, 382 Second St. With the Kenneth Brian Band. $48 and up. www.coxcapitoltheatre.com.

Marty Stuart and the Fabulous Superlatives

June 5, Cox Capitol Theatre, 382 Second St. www.coxcapitoltheatre.com. $35-$55.

The Snyder Family Band

7:30 p.m. June 13, Juliette Opry, 443 McCrackin St., Juliette. Contact Joe Cullison, 478-335-3895, for reservations. www.acousticproductions.com. $15.

The Grapevine Band

7:30 p.m. June 28, Hawkinsville Opera House, Hawkinsville. Tickets available at www.hawksinvilleoperahouse.com or 478-783-1884. $20.

Poetic Peace Open Mic Nights

7-10 p.m. Wednesday, Midtown Key Club, 435 Third St. Open mic for poets, musicians, singers, comedians, lyrical emcees and more. Hosted by Y-O with DJ Ron. 478-719-2054. $5.

DANCES

“Prom Night”

7:30-10:30 p.m. May 10, Howard Community Center, 5645 Forsyth Road. Complimentary dance lesson by Dianne Kent in the Bolero from 7:30-8:15 p.m. Dress for the prom; light refreshments. Hosted by the Greater Macon Chapter No. 6059 of USA Dance. $7 members, $10 nonmembers, $5 students with student ID.

Argentine Tango

7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Holiday Inn, 3953 River Place Drive. Guided practica for beginners. 478-742-9367. Free.

Macon Shag Club

6:45 p.m. shag lessons, 7:30 p.m. dancing, Thursday, Holiday Inn Macon North, 3953 River Place Drive. 478-960-3450. Free.

Dance

8 p.m. Friday, Disabled American Veterans Chapter 9, 4493 Houston Ave. Featuring the Dixie Pride Band. 478-784-1454. Public welcome. $7.

Dance

8:30 p.m. Saturday, VFW Post 658, 4864 Harrison Road. Band: Winchester. Singles welcome. 478-474-3663. $7.

Pairs and Spares Square Dance

6:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, except holidays, North Macon Park Recreation Center, Wimbish Road. Caller: Lee Dixon. 478-757-2912. Free.

Western Square Dancers of Macon Square Dance Club

6:30-9:30 p.m. Thursday, except fourth Thursday, Howard Community Club, 5645 Forsyth Road. Caller: Bob Shiver. Cuer: Jack Raye. 478-935-8364. Free.

North Macon Square Dancers Dance

6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, 815 N. Macon Park Drive. 478-471-1560.

MUSIC HALLS

Bleckley County Jamboree

7 p.m. Friday, Oak Grove Community Center, Ga. 126, Cochran. Classic country and gospel music, featuring Josh Lucas and Friends. 478-230-3380. Free.

Hollonville Opry House

6:30 p.m. Saturday, Ga. 362, Hollonville. 770-228-4832 or www.hollonvilleopry.com. Free; operated on donations.

Juliette Opry House

5:30 p.m. every first Saturday; front porch local bluegrass jam; 7 p.m. open mic stage show; 8 p.m. headliner stage show; Ga. 87, Juliette. Call 478-335-3895 for tickets or buy online at www.acousticproductions.com. $17.

Ole Clinton Opry

5:30-10 p.m. Friday, 215 Old Ga. 18, Gray. 478-825-4118 or www.clintonopry.com. Free; donations accepted.

Powersville Opry

4-9 p.m. Saturday; south onto Powersville Road off Ga. 247 Connector between Warner Robins and Ga. 49. This week: 4:30 p.m. House Band, 6 p.m. The Round-up band, 7:30 p.m. The Goodtime Band. Also open 6 p.m. Monday, House Band practice, 7 p.m. open stage, and Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p.m. 478-328-0678 or powersvilleopry.com. Free.

Wagon House Opry

6:30-10 p.m. Saturday, 699 Altman Road, Haddock. This week: 6:30 p.m. Still Crusin, 9 p.m. Magnum Country. Contact Randy, 478-363-1274. Free; donations accepted.

FILMS/SCREENINGS

2014 Sundown Screen Series

All movies at Luther Williams Field in Central City Park unless otherwise noted. Movies begin at sundown. Picnic and blankets encouraged. Movies will be canceled in the event of rain. Free. 478-751-9280. May 9: “Trouble With the Curve”; May 16: “Batman”; May 23: “Dirty Dancing”; June 16: “A League of Their Own”; June 20: “The Blind Side” (Rosa Jackson Recreation Center); June 27: “Armageddon”; July 11: “Frozen”; July 18: “The Hunger Games” (Lake Tobesofkee); July 25: “Field of Dreams”; Aug. 8: “The Goonies”; and Aug. 15: “Love of the Game” (Frank Johnson Recreation Center).

“Farmland”

7 p.m. May 2-3, Douglass Theatre, 355 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. A documentary by James Moll that features Middle Georgia farmer Leighton Cooley. www.farmlandfilm.com. 478-742-2000. $7.

Spring Digital Video Festival

7-9 p.m. May 6, Math Building auditorium, Middle Georgia State College Macon Campus. The festival will feature final student video projects from the Advanced Video Production class taught by Jesse Klein, where each student makes a 5-10 minute fictional short film. jesse.klein@mga.edu. Free.

Macon Film Guild

Douglass Theatre, 355 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 2 p.m., 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. May 11: “Gloria.” June 8: “The Lunchbox.” 478-742-2000. www.maconfilmguild.org. $5.

FUNDRAISERS

Bleckley County Relay for Life

7 p.m. May 2, NeSmith Stadium (Middle Georgia State College soccer field), Cochran. Theme is “Carnival for a Cure.” Food, games, luminary ceremony, local entertainment. www.relayforlife.org/bleckleyga. Free.

All About Animals Rescue Run

8:30 a.m. May 3, Mount Zion Church, 7015 Rivoli Drive. Choose from 10.2K, 5K or one-mile run. All funds raised support the animals at the no-kill rescue shelter. Registration is available at www.racerpal.com. Carol Galonczyk, cag1005@cox.net. $25-$40.

Biking for Missions Bike Ride

9:30 a.m. registration, 10 a.m. ride, May 3, First Baptist Church of Haynesville, Haynesville. Proceeds benefit the church’s Missions Team. 478-987-3747. www.fbchaynesville.net. $25.

Cooking with Chef Audrey for a Cure

1 p.m. May 3, Wellness Center, 3797 Northside Drive. Three-course meal, recipes and instructions from the chef and Christian comedienne. Door prizes. Benefits Joshua’s Wish. www.joshuaswish.org. 478-361-3541. $35.

Dancing Stars of Central Georgia

7:30 p.m. May 3, City Auditorium, 415 First St. Benefits the Alzheimer’s Association. Balcony tickets available. www.dancingstarsofcentralgeorgia.com. 478-746-7050.

Blind Wine Tasting

7:30 p.m. May 8, 567 Center for Renewal, 533 Cherry St. Each team of four provides four bottles of the same wine and joins in the tasting party as each bottle is wrapped from view. Participants will vote on their favorites and the winning wine’s team will take home one bottle of each wine from the evening. Benefits Jay’s HOPE. www.jayshope.org. $60 per team, plus wine; $25 individuals.

LITERARY/LECTURES

The Retina and Age-Related Macular Degeneration

11 a.m. May 12, Taylor Amphitheater, Wesleyan College. Featuring Scott H. Greenwald, of Harvard Medical School. Sponsored by Wesleyan Academy for Lifelong Learning and preceded by its annual meeting at 10: 30 a.m. Lindsay Timms, 478-757-2068 or ltimms@wesleyancollege.edu.

National Preservation Month Workshops and Meeting

5:30-7 p.m. every Thursday in May, Sidney Lanier Cottage, 935 High St. Historic Preservation in African-American Communities: May 8; hear Georgia’s African-American programs coordinator Jeanne Cyriaque speak about current historic preservation undertakings related to black heritage. Creating a Maintenance Plan: May 15; get basic tips for taking care of your old home from construction expert Cliffard Whitby and a checklist to help with seasonal maintenance. Incentives of Owning a Historic Home: May 22; Carole Moore, tax incentives and grant coordinator for Georgia’s Historic Preservation Division explains historic preservation tax incentives. Ask the Experts: May 29; wrap-up preservation month with a question and answer session with local experts Josh Rogers, Ethiel Garlington and Rusty Poss. Annual Meeting/Preservation Awards: 5 p.m. reception, 6 p.m. meeting and awards, May 6, Douglass Theatre, 355 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Keynote speaker will be Pratt Cassity, director of the Community Design Center at the University of Georgia. For more information, email Jenna Lapachinski, jlapachinski@historicmacon.org, or call Historic Macon, 478-742-5084. www.historicmacon.org. Free.

Macon Writers Group

2-4 p.m. the last Saturday of each month, Sidney Lanier Cottage, 935 High St. Membership in the group is open and free, and writing of every sort is accepted. Must have a love for the written word and a willingness to share your writing and to give constructive criticism and encouragement to other members of the group. For more information, email trayers.shane@gmail.com.

PAGEANTS

Miss Ga. South Pageant

July 12, Adel. Open to girls ages 0-26 from across the South. Contestants ages 0-15 will compete in beauty and outfit of choice; $95. Contestants ages 15-26 will compete in interview, swimsuit and evening gown; $150. Deadline to enter is July 1. Applications now being accepted; email missGAsouth@hotmail.com or visit michellesformalwear.net and click on upcoming pageants. Darrell Williams, 912-381-7070.

ET CETERA

Hay House Spring Stroll of Macon Gardens and Historic Interiors

May 2-4. Secret Gardens tour will focus on the Ingleside/Vista neighborhoods, while the Historic Interiors tour will be downtown. Tours include the Hay House and its fresh floral art display. Garden Market is 10 a.m.-5 p.m. May 2-3 and 1-5 p.m. May 4: vendors of plants and garden accessories. Garden seminars: featuring Kirk Moore and Patrick Wells. Tours are $15 in advance or $20 day of; combo tour is $25 in advance and $35 day of; Garden Market and seminars are free. www.hayhousemacon.org.

Fort Hawkins Primitive Skills Workshop

1 p.m. May 3, Fort Hawkins Historic Site, Emery Highway. Living history class conducted by Paul Hornsby, naturalist and artist of American Indian culture. This class will cover the basic skills of friction fire making, cordage making from native yucca, plus a special primitive weapons demonstration. Limited to 20 participatns. 478-742-3003. www.forthawkins.com. $30, includes materials.

Free Comic Book Day

11 a.m.-7 p.m. May 3, 2384 Ingleside Ave. Guests will include Barry Reese, Jake Wade and Chris Garrett. Robert Marshall, 478-960-9150. Free.

Middle Georgia Pampered Ladies Expo

4-8 p.m. May 4, Gallery 51, 51 W. Adams St, Forsyth. Shopping, eating, dancing, mingling, giveaways and more. Latasha Hill, 478-952-8008. Early bird tickets available at www.eventbrite.com. $10; $15 at door.

Mother’s Day Social

11 a.m.-2 p.m. May 10, Frank Johnson Community Center, 2227 Mercer University Drive. Featuring door prizes, entertainment, guest speakers and lunch. Open to the first 100 women ages 18 and older who register; participants must register before May 7. 751-9274. Free.

Happy Birthday Cannonball House Celebration and Open House

10 a.m.-4 p.m. May 10, Cannonball House. Celebrate our 50th birthday with living history demonstrations in the back garden at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m. 478-745-5982. Free.

Young Astronauts’ Day

9 a.m. opening ceremonies, May 10, Museum of Aviation, Ga. 247 at Russell Parkway, Warner Robins. Hands-on science and technology workshops including landing a space shuttle using the museum flight simulators. Candi James, 478-926-5558 or cjames@museumofaviation.org.

Spring Events at the Rock Ranch

5020 Barnesville Highway, The Rock. Mother’s Day Tea: May 10, assorted teas, savory tea sandwiches and delicate tea pastries; contact info@therockranch.com or call 706-647-6374 to make a reservation; $27.99 adults, $12.99 children (12 and under). www.therockranch.com. 706-647-6374.

Fort Hawkins Artifact ID Day

1 p.m. May 17, Blockhouse Replica, Fort Hawkins Historic Site, Emery Highway. The Fort Hawkins Commission and the Ocmulgee Archaeological Society invite the public to bring their Native American and other stone artifacts for identification and documentation. 478-742-3003. www.forthawkins.com. Free.

Spring Schooling Show

9 a.m.-4 p.m. May 17, Lakeview Equestrian Center, 308 Newell Road, Byron. Hosted by the Middle Georgia Sport Horse Association and featuring dressage, equitation and show jumping classes. For prize list and entry form, asanders@cox.net or 478-335-1487.

Adult Field Day

May 17, Luther Williams Field, Central City Park. Hosted by Bibb County Parks and Recreation. Events such as dizzy bat relays, egg toss, flip cup and an obstacle course; giveaways, crown competitions and live music. Teams of six. Registration includes T-shirt, lunch buffet, swag bag, admission and drink tickets (for those 21 and older) for the post-field day celebration at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom. Ellen Banas, 478-751-7694 or ebanas@co.bibb.ga.us. $150 per team.

“Discovering Daylilies”

7:30 a.m.-noon competition, 9 a.m.-close plant sales, 1-4 p.m. public viewing, May 31, Houston County Galleria, Centerville. Sponsored by the Middle Georgia Hemerocallis Club. Winfred Huff, 478-987-3763, 478-319-2755 or wdhuff@comsouth.net. Free.

High Falls State Park

76 High Falls Park Drive, Jackson. Civil War Living History Event: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 15: Presentations, cook and firing demonstrations and learn about camp life of soldiers, free. A $5 per car parking fee also is required. 478-993-3053.

Ocmulgee National Monument

Guided Earth Lodge tours at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday, Ocmulgee National Monument, 1207 Emery Highway. Free. 478-752-8257.

Fort Hawkins Historic Site

Noon-4 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Maynard Street at Emery Highway. Explore the early American frontier fort, Blockhouse Replica and archeological dig site. Free. 478-742-3003. www.forthawkins.com.

Rock Candy Tours

Free Birds and Night Owls Tour: 9-10:30 p.m. Friday; the Rookery, 543 Cherry St. $10. Reservations required. Intown Rock ’n’ Roll Stroll, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m., the second Saturday of the month. $15. Reservations required. Call 478-955-5997 or email rockcandytours@gmail.com. for reservations or private tours.

Cannonball House

856 Mulberry St. Tours offered 10 a.m.- 4:15 p.m. Monday-Saturday. 478-745-5982. $6 for adults; $5 for seniors and military; $3 for students with college I.D.

Hay House

934 Georgia Ave. Tours offered 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 1-4 p.m. Sunday. Last tour at 3 p.m. each day. $11 adults; $10 seniors and military; $7 students; free for children under age 6 and members of the Georgia Trust. 478-742-8155.

Neel Reid Tours

10 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and by special appointment, Federated Garden Clubs of Macon Inc., 730 College St. Guided tours of historic 1910 Joseph Neel House designed by Georgia architect Neel Reid. 478-742-0921. www.fgcmacon.org. $5.

Yappy Hour

5-8 p.m. the third Thursday of every month, Macon Dog Park, Adams Street. Party with your four-legged best friend. Dog demonstrations, live music and giveaways. Beer and wine for sale. Free. www.collegehillmacon.com.

Lawn Mower Races

11 a.m. the second Saturday of the month, across from Camping World, Byron. 478-956-3929.

Bingo

6:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Freedom Park Community Center, 3301 Roff Ave. Prizes. For ages 21 and older. 478-751-9248.

Bingo

7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, 1 p.m. Saturday, Macon Moose Lodge No. 1455, 2217 Gray Highway. Public welcome. 478-742-5372.

Bingo

7 p.m. Thursday and 3 p.m. Sunday, Disabled American Veterans No. 9, 4493 Houston Ave. Vann Edwards, 478-784-1454.

Adult Card Night

6-7 p.m. Friday, Freedom Park Community Center, 3301 Roff Ave. A social event for adults who want to show off their skills. 478-751-9248.

Adult Volleyball

6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Freedom Park Community Center, 3301 Roff Ave. For skilled adults age 18 and older. 751-9248. Free.

Pool Tournament

8 p.m. Friday, L&W Sports Bar, 4479 Pio Nono Ave. The tournament is 9 Ball with handicap rules. 478-254-4117. $15 tournament, no cover charge.

Go-Kart Racing

10 a.m. Saturday, 230 W.E. Green Parkway, Interstate 75 exit 149, west on Ga. 49, Byron.

Rampage Pro Wrestling

2 p.m. the first and third Sunday of the month, Johnny G’s, 815 Russell Parkway, Warner Robins. 478-329-8002. www.rampageprowrestling.net. $8 adults, $5 kids, VIP seating available.

Wine Tasting

6-8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, WineStyles, 6255 Zebulon Road, Suite 210. Tuesday: Six wines with light appetizers. $7. Thursday: Eight wines with appetizers. $10. 478-474-9595. www.winestylesmacon.com.

Craft Beer Tasting

6-8 p.m., the first and third Saturday of the month, WineStyles, 6255 Zebulon Road, Suite 210. Six craft beers with snacks. $7. 478-474-9595. www.winestylesmacon.com.

Wrestling

7:30 p.m. doors open, 8 p.m. bell time, the first, third and fifth Fridays of the month, 1361 Peach Parkway, Fort Valley. All-Star Wrestling Network. 478-397-5734. www.allstarwrestlingnetwork.com. $6.50 admission, discounts to military and students, children 6 and younger free.

MUSEUM EVENTS

Mini-Zoo Tours

3 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday, plus extra tour at 1 p.m. Saturday, Museum of Arts and Sciences, 4182 Forsyth Road. Free with museum admission, $5-$10. 478-477-3232.

Polar Bear Den

10:30 a.m. first Tuesday of month, Museum of Arts and Sciences, 4182 Forsyth Road. Story time plus crafts for ages 2-5. $5 per child; free for adults. www.masmacon.org or 478-477-3232.

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