On Saturday, October 25, 2014, Madison-Morgan Cultural Center will host FARM Day, a FREE event that will transform the Center’s front lawn into an interactive agricultural landscape the whole family will enjoy! From 10 AM to 2 PM, join the festivities and spend a beautiful day outside celebrating Morgan County’s agrarian lifestyle. The front lawn will be host to multiple types of barnyard animals, including cows, sheep, goats, turkeys, pigs and more. There will also be a petting zoo, sheep shearing, milking, and other agricultural demonstrations. If you have a machinery lover in your family, look no further! There will be tractors galore as well as tractor demonstrations to entertain and educate. FARM Day will also include fun activities for kids, such as a scavenger hunt, face painting, and other games. When you need a break from the activities, there will be live music to listen to and ice cream to sample. Make sure to go inside the Cultural Center during FARM DAY to experience the FARM exhibition – an exhibit visually celebrating the world of farm living in Morgan County. Two galleries display works by regional artists – each paired with a local farm – depicting this essential way of life. Beginning on FARM Day, gallery one will be filled with artwork by Morgan County students (K – 12). Come to Cultural Center to experience this new exhibit and FARM Day – let’s get AGRI-CULTURAL! The Cultural Center is excited to be partnering with Morgan County FFA, who will be selling hotdogs and hamburgers, Madison-Morgan County Boys & Girls Club, who will be serving as junior docents inside the Center, Morgan County 4-H Club, Ty Manning’s Art Dawgs, and others organizations for this great family event. A special thanks goes out to FARM Day Patron Sponsor, Godfrey’s Seed, and FARM Day Supporting Sponsor, Pennington Seed. For more information on FARM Day, go to the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center website or visit the Center during open hours. The Madison-Morgan Cultural Center is a multi-disciplinary nonprofit arts organization located in a renovated 1895 Romanesque Revival school building in historic Madison, GA. Through the performing and visual arts, the Center serves an 11 county area and maintains an active membership base. The Cultural Center is handicap accessible and offers hearing devices for its mainstage performances. For more information about the Cultural Center, please visit www.mmcc-arts.org or call 706-342-4743 (877-233-0598 toll free). The Center is located at 434 S. Main Street, Madison, GA.