It’s time to open the 2015 calendar (whether paper or digital) and begin loading the seasonal events you won’t want to miss.
Throughout the coming year the International City Community Farmers Market will pitch its tents and park vendor vehicles each Thursday from 1 p.m. to dusk at the corner of Maple Street and Watson Boulevard in Warner Robins. The market offers in-season produce from many diverse vendors, as well as baked goods, fresh local honey, homemade canned goods and even live music on occasion. More information for the upcoming year may be obtained by calling Jodi Daley at 478-225-7626.
The Annual Museum of Aviation 5K Run and Walk will be 8 a.m. Jan. 17 at the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins. To pre-register visit www. museumofaviation.org.
The Museum of Aviation will also host “Winter Wonderfest” Jan. 31-Feb. 1 with the main event being Tubing Slides made from real snow. There will be indoor and outdoor activities throughout the weekend featuring a snow ride around the museum campus, zip-lining and a chili cook-off. There also will also be food vendors, a hot chocolate bar, cookie and cupcake decorating and a variety of other family oriented events. There also will be a new feature to the Winter Wonderfest that involves an adult snow tubing festival Saturday night with a live band and food vendors. For more information about “Winter Wonderfest,” visit www. museumofaviation.org.
The Warner Robins Community Concert Association presents “Lopez-Tabor Duo, Violin and Piano” at 3 p.m. Jan. 18. The concert will be held in the sanctuary of First United Methodist Church at 205 N. Davis Drive in Warner Robins. For ticket information, visit www.wrconcert.org.
The Warner Robins Recreation Department will host the 2015 Father-Daughter Ball at the Wellston Center at 155 Maple St, in Warner Robins on Feb. 7. This event is for girls ages 4-12 and their fathers, or father figures (uncles, brothers, cousin, grandfathers, etc.) who are older than 18. Semi-formal or formal attire is suggested for the evening of dancing and memory making. A professional photographer will be on hand to provide a keepsake photo of the evening. The cost is $25 per couple, and $10 for each additional daughter attending. Tickets are available at the program office, 800 Watson Blvd, Suite A and must be purchased by Jan. 30. For information, call 478-293-1080.
Marsha Priest Buzzell is the executive director of the Warner Robins Convention & Visitors Bureau and may be contacted at 478-922-5100 or email@example.com.