2010 Buck-A-Rama1 p.m.-7 p.m.Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter, Perry. Sam Stowe, (770) 787-7887. www.gwf.org. $8 adults, $5 senior citizens and free for children under 12 with adult.
"Curves" Opening Reception6 p.m.-8 p.m.Middle Georgia Art Association Gallery, 2330 Ingleside Ave. 744-9557. Free.
Cotton Ball6:30 p.m.-10 p.m.The Macon Volunteer Clinic's annual fundraiser will feature dinner by Kudzu Catering, music by the EKC Quartet and a cash bar. A silent and live auction will feature vacation home rentals, original art by local artists, home decor and more. Armory Ballroom. Nic Manocheo, 731-5980 or email@example.com. $50.
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"Disney's Aladdin Jr."7 p.m.Thomaston Upson Arts Council annual children’s summer theater production. R.E. Lee Auditorium, Thomaston. (706) 647-1605. $6.
“Once Upon a Mattress”8 p.m.Presented by the Milledgeville Players. Georgia College & State University’s Russell Auditorium, Milledgeville.
Playdate Macon Flashback Edition9 p.m.Games, music and more. Macon Conference Center, 3590 Riverside Drive. Cee, (678) 836-6006. $10.
Open Car and Motorcycle Show9 a.m.-4 p.m.Cars, food and music for the whole family. Hosted by Al Sihah Shrine Classic Autos. All proceeds benefit the Shriners Children’s Hospital Transportation Fund. Shrine Park, 222 Mecca Drive. $25 vehicle registration day of the show; spectators free.
2010 Buck-A-Rama9 a.m.-7 p.m.Perry. (See Friday, Aug. 20.)
CC Fann Book Affair “Triple Threat” - CANCELED11 a.m.-8 p.m.Guests include Mary B. Morrison, “Married on Mondays”; Lauretta Hannon, “The Cracker Queen”; and a special invited guest. Activities include Children’s Corner, light music, book vendors and workshops. Macon Mall. CC Fann, (404) 895-7909. Free to the public.
Camp Little Shot 30th Anniversary Celebration7 p.m.Silent art auction, buffet, cash bar, music by The Grapevine. Idle Hour Country Club Ballroom. $75 per person, $125 per couple.
“Pray for Me”7 p.m.Stage play. Fort Valley State University’s C.W. Pettigrew Center, 1005 State University Drive, Fort Valley. $15 at door, $12 advance, $10 ages 3-10.
“Once Upon a Mattress”8 p.m.Milledgeville. (See Friday, Aug. 20.)
2010 Buck-A-Rama9 a.m.-5 p.m.Perry. (See Friday, Aug. 20.)
“Gone with the Wind”2 p.m.The Rose Theater, Forsyth. All tickets $5 per movie or $25 movie pass (good for six movies or people), $1 concessions.
“Once Upon a Mattress”2 p.m.Milledgeville. (See Friday, Aug. 20.)
Warner Robins Community Concert Association Opening Concert: Dawson and Taneea Hull3 p.m.The Warner Robins Community Concert Association opens its 2010-2011 season with a concert by Dawson Hull, pianist, and Taneea Hull, clarinetist. Selections include works by Debussy, Mozart, Chopin, and Brahms. First United Methodist Church, 205 N. Davis Drive, Warner Robins. (478) 923-7024. wrconcert.org. Free.
Sunday Night Jam Session7 p.m.-2 a.m.Jam on stage or enjoy the live music with the rest of the crowd. Dress code enforced. Midtown Key Club aka Jazzplex 2, 435 Third St. 743-1004.
Amerson Water Works Park9 a.m.-7 p.m.Enjoy a handicapped-usable playground, canoe launch, unpaved hiking and biking trails, bank fishing and more. Open daily for summer. To access the park, take Pierce Avenue across Riverside Drive and under Interstate 75, then turn right on North Pierce Avenue. 722-9909. $3 per car parking donation requested.
Andalusia Farm Self-Guided Tours10 a.m.-4 p.m.The source of many of Flannery O’Connor’s works, Andalusia Farm is open for self-guided tours Monday-Tuesday and Thursday-Saturday. U.S. 441 North. (478) 454-4029. Free, suggested donations of $5 per person.
“Matriarchal Wardrobe” Closing Reception5 p.m.-6 p.m.Paintings by Macon artist Kristen Applebee exploring the dialogue between individuals and their domestic surroundings that recall the connection between mother and child. Georgia College & State University Museum, 121 N. Clarke St. Milledgeville. (478) 445-4391.
Dinner and a Classic:“Lady for a Day”6:30 p.m.Cox Capitol Theatre, 382 Second St. 257-6391. $5 balcony, $17.50 includes dinner.
“The Fat Boy Chronicles”7 p.m.Cox Capitol Theatre, 382 Second St.
“Zastrozzi — The Master of Discipline”7 p.m.Gypsies, tyrants and thieves! All are brought to dazzling life in this swashbuckling, philosophical romp through the dark side. A thrilling black comedy with a mission that has the melodramatic plot of an opera, swashbuckling action, intelligent word play, and some heavy-duty philosophizing. Presented at the Backdoor Theatre, Mercer University. 301-2974. $5.
Drag Queen Bingo7 p.m.-9 p.m.Deonna Sage will host the games. The Hummingbird Stage and Taproom, 430 Cherry St. $10 at door.
“Harriet Tubman: A Moses to Her People”9 a.m.-5 p.m.The exhibit will feature historic photographs, documents and works of art from the museum’s collection to tell the story of the life and career of Harriet Tubman. Tubman African American Museum, 340 Walnut St.
Weaver’s Weekend: Dinner with Friends and Family6 p.m.-10 p.m.Low country boil, Mike Mason Band performing. Water Works Park’s Porter Pavilion. RSVP to Rachel, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (478) 390-4097. WeaversWeekend.com. $15 per person, $25 per couple.
“Zastrozzi — The Master of Discipline”7 p.m.Mercer University. (See Friday, Aug. 26.)
“The Neverending Story”8 p.m.Outdoor movie screenings presented by the College Hill Alliance and Macon Film Festival. Tattnall Square Park. Free.
“Gone with the Wind”8 p.m.Forsyth. (See Sunday, Aug. 22.)
Bolingbroke Farmers Market9 a.m.-1 p.m.The Treasure Trove, 7943 Rivoli Road, Bolingbroke. Nancy Mason, (478) 951-7207.
Bug Activities11 a.m.Museum of Arts and Sciences, 4182 Forsyth Road. 477-3232. Included with museum admission, $4-$8.
SoChi Songwriter ShoCase7:30 p.m.Experience music in its organic state sung by the artists themselves. Hosted by Dawn Jackson; additional artists include Alissa Moreno and Phil Barton. Casual attire. Cash bar. The SoChi Gallery, 534 Second St. 238-6630. $10 at door.
Meet Me at the Plaza:The Swingin’ Medallions7:30 p.m.-10 p.m.Bring a chair, blanket and the whole family for music and dancing. The Plaza Arts Center, 305 N. Madison Ave., Eatonton. (706) 923-2686. $10 advance, $15 at door.
Weaver’s Weekend: Concert8:30 p.m.Featuring Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, and Tron Jackson. Proceeds are used to promote youth sports activities in the memory of Mike Weaver. WeaversWeekend.com. Cox Capitol Theatre, 382 Second St. 257-6391. $20.
Ocmulgee ExpeditionsAll dayTake a trip down the Ocmulgee River with quick floats, canoe/kayak rental, tube rental, half-day tours. OcmulgeeExpeditions.com. 757-8226.
Dauset Trails Nature CenterNoon-7 p.m.Live animals on exhibit are black bears, otters, cougars, hawks, owls, venomous snakes, bobcats, buffalo, a beaver and a bald eagle. Picnic area and trails. 360 Mount Vernon Road, Jackson (off Ga. 42 near Indian Springs State Park). (770) 775-6798. www.dausettrails.com. Free.
“The World of Giant Insects!”1 p.m-5 p.m.Museum of Arts and Sciences, 4182 Forsyth Road. 477-3232. Included with museum admission, $4-$8.
“Zastrozzi — The Master of Discipline”2 p.m.Mercer University. (See Thursday, Aug. 26.)
“Gone with the Wind”2 p.m.Forsyth. (See Sunday, Aug. 22.)
Bingo3 p.m.Disabled American Veterans No. 9, 4493 Houston Ave. Vann Edwards, 784-1454.