Party in the Plaza with Marylin Jarrette presented by Allied Arts

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Party in the Plaza with Marilyn Jarrette & the Reception Band
at the Black Heritage Plaza
7:30 PM | Free Admission


Allied Arts presents a concert by Marilyn Jarrette. Bring a chair to kick back & enjoy everything from pop, rock, & country, to R&B, 70s, 80s, and more! The concert begins at 7:30pm, at the Black Heritage Plaza beside the historic Allen’s Market building at the North Wayne St. & McIntosh St. intersection, and is free and open to the public.

March First Friday: Celebrate Our Roots

Milledgeville Main Street’s
March First Friday: Celebrate Our Roots
March 2nd  –  6-8pm  –  downtown Milledgeville


Downtown Milledgeville exudes history, from the historic downtown buildings and the big oak trees, to the antebellum homes and the museums. This “Celebrate our Roots” themed First Friday will be a time to explore Milledgeville’s rich history downtown from 6-8pm.

The First Friday Committee’s partnership with the Convention and Visitors Bureau and the museums will continue to offer FREE trolley rides to the museums for patrons to learn about Milledgeville history.

Enjoy these explorations and more while at First Friday:

Enjoy these explorations and more while at First Friday:
-Live Jazz Music

-Live Music by McCook & Martin of Free Lance Ruckus
-Face Painting with Lisa Marie Barry
-Kids’ Activities with Milledgeville Jaycees & Georgia College Chemistry Club
-Trolley Tours to the Georgia’s Old Governor’s Mansion, Sallie Ellis Davis House & Allied Arts‘ John Marlor House
– History Storytelling with Dr. Bob Wilson
-Poetry Reading Allied Arts

For more information about First Friday or for information on how
to get involved contact the Main Street Office at 478.414.4014 or
email Deana at dthornton@nullmilledgevillega.us.

Milledgeville Main Street wants to especially thank our 2018 First Friday Sponsors:

CHAMPION
Magnolia State Bank
Robins Financial Credit Union

PARTNER
Fowler Flemister Concrete, Inc.
Standard Sand & Silica Co.

FRIEND
97 Big FM
Century Bank & Trust
Computer Consultants of Milledgeville
Exchange Bank

CONTRIBUTING PARTNER
Allied Arts
Milledgeville FOG (Fats, Oils & Grease)
Milledgeville Jaycees

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https://www.milledgevillemainstreet.com/single-event/allied-arts-gospelfest/

African American History Trolley Tour

February 12: 2-4pm
February 26: 2-4pm
African American
Historic Trolley Tour

The Milledgeville Convention and Visitor’s Bureau will be offering free African-American historic Trolley tours on Sunday, February 7th and 28th from 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
These free tours will leave from the CVB office at 200 West Hancock Street (across from the old Courthouse) and is first come-first served. For more information, contact the CVB at 478-452-4687.

Black Heritage Plaza Shindig

black-heritage-shindig-poster-for-screen-01Please join us and invite your friends and family!

Bring your lawn chairs for an evening of lively music, good food and refreshing drink in the fellowship of friends!

The Black Heritage Plaza Shindig is in honor of Milledgeville’s community history and heritage at the rejuvenated Black Heritage Plaza in downtown Milledgeville, next to the historic Allen’s Market building at 101 W. McIntosh Street, on Friday, September 23, 2016 from 6-10pm. The Plaza was originally developed during the planning of the Bicentennial events in 2003. During that time, it became evident that a permanent, public space that could be utilized by all citizens would be a meaningful and appropriate way to honor the contributions that African-American businesses have made to the history and heritage of the downtown commercial district. This project visually enhanced downtown Milledgeville with a sensitive and significant reminder of the once vibrant black commercial district. The original plaza, the current upgrades and the Black Heritage Plaza Shindig all help to promote a broader understanding of and real appreciation for the significant roles that African-Americans played in the history and culture of this community.

Fall Line Rambler will kick off the evening’s music at 6:30pm with a sound self-described as “Rock and Blues with a sprinkling of Country.” Continuing with an upbeat blend and rounding out the evening, headliner Dynamic Sounds of Phunk brings some serious jams beginning at 7:30pm. Dynamic Sounds of Phunk features the performances of local musicians Jerry Hargrove on sax, BJ Hill on percussion, Victor Tucker on percussion, Troy Barnes on lead guitar, Dexter Mack on bass, and Rodney Speights on keyboard.

This celebration is sponsored by The City of Milledgeville, Allied Arts, Milledgeville Main Street, and the Knight Foundation through a grant awarded through the Knight Foundation Fund for Milledgeville of the Community Foundation of Central Georgia. There is no admission cost for this outdoor event and Barberitos will be vending their savory food and refreshing drinks to satisfy stomachs and please palettes. Don’t miss this opportunity to relax in the company of friends and be the first to see the magnificent upgrades when the Chamber of Commerce makes it official with a ribbon cutting at the renovated Black Heritage Plaza.

For more information, contact Allied Arts by phone 478-452-3950.

 

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Milledgeville, GA 31061
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