Flint RiverQuarium hosted, "Things that make you go eek!" This a week long camp for children to learn about insects and perform experiments.
The cast of the "Dear Edwina Junior," drama camp enjoy a week of acting up, hosted at Sherwood Christian Academy upper campus.
4-Hers participated in horse safety, care and riding Wednesday at the Dougherty County Saddle Club with assistance of the Dougherty County Horse Club. Click on the camera icon to see pictures.
Darton invites the public out Saturday to learn about fly fishing
The Flint RiverQuarium is once again offering guided canoe trips down the Flint River.
Experience what it is like to be a lumberjack this Saturday.
The Albany area is invited to come out and join in the fun of films and food downtown.
Pritchett/Pippin will perform with Kathy Hall Hawkins in a recital for support of Kiwanis Club of Dougherty County.
Area residents will try to out sing the conmpetition at Veteran's Park Amphitheater this weekend.
The Southwest Georgia Cancer Coalition wants the community to come out for its first Bunko Tournament this Thursday.
The Dougherty County Public library will host a number of free public events throughout the summer.
When school's out for summer, learning and adventure are still going strong.
Folk, Outsider, and Visionary Art -- April 29-Sept. 14
James Morgan will host the eighth class in a gardening series through the Doughety County Cooperative Extension.
The over-21 crowd is invited to listen to music, artists and more this Friday night.
The Potter family will share its experience and help to raise funds for the March of Dimes.
Since the 1920s, Thomasville has hosted the Rose Show and Festival weekend.
A local physician will be the guest speaker at a free lunch, during which she will discuss issues important to women.
LifeLink of Georgia will acknowledge all involved in the awareness of organ and tissue transplant.
A family fun event is being offered at Tift Park, complete with Easter eggs and other surprises.
The Thronateeska Heritage Center offers stars with every program in a new series.
The annual bicycle ride benefits Tiftarea YMCA programs.
"Beauty Through the Storm," helps to support women following life changing diagnoses.
The Southern breakfast staple will be on center stage at the 14th annual festival.
Two colleges work together to raise awareness of violence against women and girls.
Local church offers a new look at style for faith-based people.
Garden club members of Thomasville will celebrate Spring with their 90th annual event.
Runners and walkers are invited to come out and support Lee County Middle School.
Children of Live Oak got together and raised funds for Relay for Life with their St. Patrick's Day event.
The Dougherty County Saddle Club invites you to come ride this weekend at their horse show season opener.
Musical mystery with audience participation coming to Lee High School theater.
An error was made by the reporter in regards to the final date for purchase of tickets for the upcoming "Murder at Cafe' Noir" The correct date to purchase a ticket by is Friday, March 11.
COLQUITT -- The Colquitt-Miller Arts Council is presenting Swamp Gravy's "The Big Picture" through March 26.
ALBANY -- Wine Market 2011 to benefit Girls Inc. will take place on Saturday at Stonebridge Golf and Country Club.
ALBANY -- The first Albany Wing Fest 2011 will be Saturday from 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. at the Albany Fairgrounds.
LEE -- The Lee County Library and the Lee County Chamber of Commerce as part of Under the Oaks Art Fest is hosting its third annual Sidewalk Chalk Art Challenge on March 12.
ALBANY -- Suzanne Williams with the Dougherty County Extension Service office will be offering a cancer prevention cooking class, with recipes such as the one that follows, geared toward cervical cancer on Monday. The class is free and open to the public, but you do need to register.
ALBANY -- It is time once again to celebrate the birthday of America's favorite children's books writer, Dr. Seuss.
ALBANY -- First Monumental Faith Ministries will continue its "Kingdom Conference 2011" tonight and Thursday evening.The event, which started Tuesday, is 7 p.m.-9 p.m. at First Monumental Faith Ministries, 3404 Gillionville Road. Admission is free to the public.
LEE -- Lee County Elementary School will be hosting their ninth annual Spring Fling Saturday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., rain or shine.
Youth art exhibit on display downtown in the county and government building at 420 Pine Avenue.
The community is welcome to join in the fun during an annual event that supports the Albany Humane Society.