“The Other America” MLK Breakfast hosted by the Chamber of Commerce

MLK Breakfast Poster ImageJanuary 12
MLK Breakfast: The Other America hosted by the MBC Chamber
at the Magnolia Ballroom

In honor of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., written work from 3 selected Baldwin County school students will be presented at the breakfast.

Business After Hours: Cross-County Veterans Appreciation

November 9
Cross-County Veteran’s Appreciation
at GMC Legislative Chambers

Join your local Chambers in celebration of our Veterans at a special business after hours event featuring Eatonton-Putnam, Gray-Jones, Greene, Milledgeville-Baldwin and Washington County Chambers of Commerce.

Register online today.

MBC Chamber Human Resources Workshop

Human Resources Professional ImageAugust 3
MPC Chamber Topics
for Human Resource Professionals

Join the Milledgeville-Baldwin County Chamber for breakfast & professional development as guest speaker Dawn Williams, from BB&T, presents “Financial Wellness in Motion, ” including combating financial stress in the workplace, increasing productivity & loyalty, & boosting your bottom line.

Baldwin Co. Fire Rescue Family Fun Day

Saturday, July 15
Baldwin Co. Fire Rescue Explorers Family Fun Day
11am – 3(ish) pm

Cornhole Tournament Registration: 10:30am

Help support the Baldwin Co. Fire Rescue Explorers Program, preparing today’s youth as tomorrow’s fire rescue safety professionals. This event is packed with good food & fun, including BBQ plates for sale, Sparky the Fire Safety Spokes-dog, cornhole tournament, face painting, bounce house & the fire safety smoke house.

Cocktails & Conversations

May 11
Cocktails & Conversations
Jackson’s on Sinclair

Join the Milledgeville-Baldwin County Young Professionals for our first ever Cocktails and Conversations!! Sponsored by Gil’s Package Store & G & G Bait Shop, this networking event is open to young, young at heart, and young to the area professionals. Entry at the door is $5 and proceeds benefit Love for Haiti.

November First Friday: Touch A Truck

Friday, November 4, 2016

Cars, trucks, and vehicles of all shapes and sizes will line up in the parking lot beside the post office in downtown Milledgeville for the November First Friday Touch-A-Truck event on November 4, from 6-8pm. Heavy equipment horns will sound, first responders’ lights flash, and the young and young at heart will have a chance to satisfy curiosity by getting up close to explore the vehicles. Including everything from fire trucks, an ambulance, tractor, police cars, and “Milly” the Trolley, the only way to tour the town with the expert guides at the Convention & Visitor’s Bureau.

“This is a unique opportunity to let community members of all ages see, touch, and interact while learning about the vehicles and agencies on site,” said Carlee Schulte, Milledgeville Main Street Executive Director. “This is a free, family event everyone can enjoy and we are deeply appreciative of our event sponsor Arcadia on the River and our many partners who made this event possible including the Baldwin County Fire Department, Baldwin County Sheriff’s Department, City of Milledgeville, Georgia Army National Guard, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Grady Emergency Management Services, Milledgeville Fire Department, Milledgeville Police Department & Law Enforcement Explorers Post #139, Milledgeville-Baldwin County Convention & Visitors Bureau, and Southside Equipment.”

Music will liven downtown with crowd-pleasing performances from Fall Line Rambler and Carlos Toombs- One-Man Band. Allied Arts will present a free public concert by 120/80 Band at 7:30pm in the historic Allen’s Market building, located at the intersection of North Wayne & McIntosh.

Free face painting will be available by the talented Lisa Marie Barry to create custom designs. The Georgia College Chemistry Club and the City of Milledgeville FOG (Fats, Oils & Grease) Prevention representatives have just what the kids want with hands-on engaging activities. There will be no shortage of fun!

Milledgeville Main Street is always interested in featuring new, unique entertainment for the monthly, family-friendly First Friday event in downtown Milledgeville. For performing artists interested in being involved or for more information about First Friday, visit Milledgeville Main Street on the web or contact the office at 478-414-4014 or mainstreetdesk@nullmilledgevillega.us.

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