Parents, take a break this summer and sign up your child for one of the many are day or overnight camps.
The Dougherty County Saddle Club invites the public to it’s first shows of the season this weekend.
The Albany State University Theater will offer a series of One Act Plays at the ACAD Auditorium beginning at 7:30 p.m. today.
Whether you are looking for innocent fun or a frightening adventure, Mark’s Melon Patch has something for everyone this season.
The May 17 event will raise funds for Albany Advocacy Resource Center.
The Albany Symphony Orchestra will close its season Saturday with opera and cinema music.
Canoe your way down the Flint and enjoy the view.
Organizations in metro Albany have a wide variety of ways for children and youth to occupy the summer months.
Families can receive their free safety kits at a car dealership on April 14.
Orgnaizers say a Christian hip-hop fashion show is designed to dispel negative stereotypes.
Dougherty County’s Cooperative Extension Service office offers advice on health care and showing of horses.
The Albany Chicken Wing Festival is back to entertain families with music, wings and more.
For a long time, I’ve driven past that house and thought how happy it looked. Isn’t it funny how you can look at a house and know that laughter rings within its walls?
The Dougherty County Saddle Club welcomes the public to the first shows of the season Saturday.
The park has a “wild” new location for its 3rd annual Sip & Safari fundraiser.
Lee County Elementary will host its 10th annual spring fundraiser.
The Gee Haw Whoa Back rodeo is part of the college’s alumni weekend.
The Cooperative Extension office and Dougherty County Health Department work to make diabetic meals appealing.
ASU and Darton College will host performances of “The Vagina Monologues.”
Come out Friday and Saturday to raise funds for cancer and Multiple Sclerosis.
The possibility of life on other planets will be explored in a discussion session.
The Dougherty County Cooperative Extension office continues spring garden series.
The Dougherty County Cooperative Extension office also has upcoming classes on baking.
Asante gives his professional predication on the upcoming spring.
Saturday’s event is a warmup for the big turtle race during Albany’s Mardi Gras festivities.
Step back in time and help solve a crime in 1932 Atlantic City.
Southwest Georgia Homeschoolers will host a “Light the Night” event Friday.
St. Teresa’s Catholic School will host its annual Holiday Market on Saturday.
The annual charity open horse show moves to Perry to accommodate growth and to raise money for the Albany Humane Society.
This weekend, the Chili Run will raise money to help support youth programs and scholarships through the YMCA.
DIG Garden Center and Thronateeska are counting on a calendar oddity to help raise money for educational programs.
Sherwood Christian Academy will bring classic fairy tale “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves” to the stage.
The SWGA College Art Invitational will be on exhibit through Nov. 23.
In its second year the House of Horrors haunted house offers scares through Oct. 29.
Ronnie McGhee talks of his new monter books series for youth.
Dahlgren’s character Jon Crane returns in his latest novel, “The Son Silas Rising.”
Wetherbee Planetarium staff astronomer Jim Friese will lead a discussion titled “Universal Oddballs” at 7 p.m. Oct. 18.
The Georgia Museum of Agriculture is bringing two events to Tifton in October. One features a former president, the other folk pottery.
Kick off Fall with a walk through the pumpkin patch and museum exhibits.
Come on out an hear good music and enjoy all the activities during the month of October.
A group of area ‘70s kids are getting together for fun and raise funds for Easter Seals.
Paranormal Inc. wants to help raise funds to kick cancer.
Families are welcome to enjoy fun in the park with games and prizes.
Many activities will be offered for people of all ages in downtown Albany.
This is Cancer Ties, Incs. fifth year to help someone in the community with cancer treatment.
TJ Mauldin and his band mates want to spread the word of Jesus through music.
The seminar will be Sept. 13 at the Albany Civil Rights Institute.
The Albany YMCA is hosting a summer season wrapup luau this Labor Day weekend.
Albany Recreation and Parks invites the public out for a relaxing day of catfish catches.
Local musicians collaborate to help an Albany organization raise funds to provide care for kids.