06 April, 2011

MORE TO DO IN NORTH GEORGIA THAN YOU THINK

I thought I would send out a short post and tell you about the activities coming 
up in the area over the next couple of months, and when I started checking 
things out I realized that it wouldn't really be a "short" list. So here goes.
 
We still have a couple of spots available for our First Vine to Wine Weekend 
on April 15-17. We're tasting, touring and making wine, and are looking 
forward to a great time.
 
Licklog Players present "The Prisoner of Second Avenue," a Neil Simon 
comedy, on April 8-10 and April 15-17. Performances at the Peacock 
Playhouse in Hayesville, NC. This is a small, intimate theatre and they do a 
great job with the presentations.
 
"Carousel" is being presented by the Drama Department at Young Harris College 
on April 15-17. This coincides with the City of Young Harris Spring  Fling and 
Art Fest at Mayor's Park on the 16th and 17th. 
 
For cyclists, The Southern Appalachian Bicycle Association is sponsoring the 
Jackrabbit Mountain Duathlon April 16 & 17 as well. Ride and run the trails at 
Jackrabbit Mountain. 
 
The BMW Motorcycle Owners of Georgia are having a rally at the Georgia 
Mountain Fairgrounds here in Hiawassee on April 29 through May 1. 
 
Vince Gill in concert at Anderson Music Hall at the Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds 
on May 6. Tickets available now.
 
May also brings wine festivals, barbeque competitions, garden tours, arts & crafts 
festivals, plays, and The Big Green Eggfest. Check with us for details.
 
 

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