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Allied Arts Features Artists for October First Friday

Allied Arts Features Artists for October First Friday

 

      Randy Cannon and Brian Renko will be the Featured artists for First Friday in October in downtown Milledgeville. They will display their white oak baskets at Digital Bridges, 127 West Hancock Street and demonstrate basket making and chair bottoming on October 7 from 6: 00 to 8:00 pm.

     Both Cannon and Renko began learning basket making skills during a yearlong apprenticeship with master weavers Floyd and Melissa Anderson of Milledgeville. They have continued working with the Andersons during the ensuing three years.

Weekend Events Roundup!

Weekend Events Roundup!

No excuses for boredom this weekend!

Friday night:

Saturday:

Local Author Publishes Book

Local Milledgeville author, Gary B. Spillers has had a book published, "Go West Young Man...But Don't Come Back!"

Here you can read a brief excerpt from the book.

You can purchase the books in various stores in Milledgeville, Gray and Atlanta.

 

Communities in Schools Sponsors 9/11 Events

 

Communities across the United States come together to commemorate September 11th. In Milledgeville, you can attend these events:

Sunday, September 11--

3 p.m. 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony on Front Campus of Georgia College-  4 individuals lost their lives from GA that we will honor

9 p.m. Candlelight Vigil for the victims and families on Front Campus of GC (92 luminaries that represent the number of countries that lost someone in 9/11)

Monday, September 12--

10:00am a Moment of Silence at the Bobcat Head on front campus of GC (We are trying to get that at other places around the community.)

10:00am-2:00pm Tribute Projects (Small passive service projects) honoring the victims on campus at GC

Tuesday, September 13--

Live Music Tonight: The Hannah Thomas Band

Missing the long weekend?

Fix that by heading out for some live music at Mellow Mushroom tonight.

You'll catch The Hannah Thomas band from 7-9 p.m.

Thomas was the country winner of the Georgia Lottery All Access Music Search.

Taste Downtown on First Friday

September’s First Friday theme is ‘Taste of Downtown’.

Downtown restaurants will have tables setup outside with free samples from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

You can expect mouthwatering tastes of sushi, sliders, wings, dips and desserts.

Music entertainment will feature Milledgeville Idols; both past and present, along with The Georgia Guitar Duo.

The Idols set up on South Wayne Street in front of Capital City.

The Milledgeville Idols who are set to perform include the recent 2011 winner Isaiah Brown, 2010 winner, Jon Peeler, and the 2009 winner, Laurie Larson Meeks. The Georgia Guitar Duo will be playing a mix of music from Jazz, to modern rock, to classic rock.

The Duo performs under the Belk awning located on West Hancock Street. They have played several times at Jackson’s on Lake Sinclair and also at the Oconee River Greenway.  

Gretchen Wilson Tuck works to be shown at Marlor House

Gretchen Wilson Tuck works to be shown at Marlor House

Allied Arts invites you to an exhibition of drawings and paintings by artist Gretchen Wilson-Tuck. Wilson-Tuck attributes the quality of her work to being a combination of close attention to the smallest detail, as well as her “being warm, vibrant, emotional, and a positive reflective listener, which helps her put clients at ease...when commissioning a work of art.” She says, “If I don’t listen, I don’t make good art.” An opening reception honoring the artist will be held from 1:00-3:00 pm on Sunday, September 11 at the John Marlor Arts Center, 201 North Wayne Street, Milledgeville and the public is invited to attend.