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• ntercessory Prayer

is held 1-5pm Monday through Friday at Calvary Baptist Church 184 Academy St. Madison Ga. 30650.  Its held in the Hoke L. Smith education building on the top level in Conference room. Please feel free to stop by and be a part of the prayer ministry as we send up prayers unto the Lord. If you are in need of prayer, please feel free to stop by For more information, please call 706/342/4260. The Prayer Line is 706/342.1204

• Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation

Cameron Hampton Workshop Series

The Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation (OCAF) is offering a unique series of one-day Saturday workshops with Cameron Hampton. Workshops are taught in a casual studio environment with hands-on demonstrations and individual assistance by the instructor. You can take just one class or all (separate fee for each) as each class will focus on a different medium and/or technique. Workshops are currently offered in Drawing, Painting (Multi-Media), Watercolor, Pastels and Sculpture. For more information and online registration, go to our website at www.ocaf.com, email us at info@ocaf.com, or call our office at (706) 769-4565

• Madison AA meetings every Sunday and Thursday Call (706-318-1551)

for more info.

•Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation

Writing the Personal Essay The Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation (OCAF) is currently offering a literary arts class, “Writing the Personal Essay” with award winning Georgia writer, Dana Wildsmith. Personal essays allow us to share our life experiences, strengths, struggles, and beliefs with others and are often required as a part of college and scholarship applications. Learn how to write about your insights and reflections, personal growth and goals, decisions and responses to events, even your favorite activities or books in a way that is both engaging and articulates the point you are trying to communicate. Class runs for three Saturdays in July. For more info and online registration, go to our website www.ocaf.com, email us at info@ocaf.com, or call our office at (706) 769-4965

• Madison Al Anon meetings

every Thursday

Al-Anon is a support group for those affected by someone else’s drinking—be it a family member or a friend—who may or may not still be drinking. Meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. each Thursday night at the white building next to the Episcopal Church: 338 Academy St. For more info: 706-431-6013.

• YOGAFAITH OF MADISON

Faith-based yoga classes offered weekly at The Studio at Icehouse Creative. Sunday 3pm, Tuesday 8:30am, Wednesday 6:30pm, Thursday 12:30pm. See www.facebook.com/yogafaithmadison for monthly specials.  Mats provided or bring your own.

• Join our History Makers and break every chain of addiction!

This support group meets every 2nd and 4th Monday at 7:00 p.m. Harvest Time Church, 2120 Athens Hwy, Madison GA 30650 For more information, call Pastor Stacey Carver (706) 474-1109

• FREE YOGA!

Tuesday mornings at 8am at Holding Space Yoga Studio.  180 Hancock St, Madison Ga.  Class taught by Mary Leslie Hartman, all instructors are Yoga Alliance certified! For questions or more information on class, contact Mary at maryleslieart@gmail.com

BRING YOUR OWN MAT!

• Compassion for Cancer Yoga

Pointe of Grace each Friday from 3 p.m. until 4:15 p.m. Free class. Offered by certified yoga instructor, Allie Bourgeois. This is for cancer patients and survivors. Also open to those with heart disease, diabetes, auto immune deficiency, osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis. Also open to care givers such as family members, nurses, hospice & oncology professionals.

• Community Meditation

First Thursday of every month. Free and open to the public. 6:45 – 7:15 pm at Uptown Athletic Center behind Thrifty Mac. Please bring mat or pillow to sit on. Come learn to still and quiet the mind and find peace.  Please contact Allie at alliecat65@gmail.com for more information.

Board of Commissioners have a meeting the first Tuesday of the month at 10 a.m. and a work session the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 5 p.m. in the board room at the Board of

Commissioners Administrative Building

•The Great Wall Art Of Madison

All artists painting canvases for the Madison Artists Guild GREAT ART WALL OF MADISON who have not yet delivered your finished canvases, please deliver them by May 1 to the Painted Pineapple at Icehouse Creative or to MAGallery, open Thurs – Sat from 11am – 5pm and Sun from 1 – 5pm. 217 W Jefferson St. For more information, call Lori Williams at 770.312.3495.

•Madison Artists Guild is now selling $30 tickets for those wanting to buy a piece of THE GREAT ART WALL OF MADISON.

Tickets also available at Barkin’ Dogs Shoe Co and the Painted Pineapple in Icehouse Creative. Only a limited number of tickets will be sold. Come to the party on May 14th where the entire wall will be displayed. Each ticket holder will receive one of the original art squares in a drawing until all squares are matched to the tickets. For more information, call Lori Williams at 770.312.3495.

• Eatonton Duplicate Bridge Club

An official member of the American Contract Bridge League, is now meeting at the Parkside Main 8 Theater,1050 Parkside Main, Greensboro,  at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  For more information contact Betty Roper at 706-467-3079.

•The Painted Pineapple @ Icehouse

271 West Washington Street. Our faith based boards are back! This adorable camper will be painted on 12” wood board. Our instructor will guide you through the process of creating your own piece to proudly display in your home or give as a gift. Scripture reads: The Lord says, “I will guide you along the best pathway for your life.” Psalm 32:8. Color options and additional bible verses will be provided to suit your preferences. Deadline to register: Friday April 22nd. $25 each board.   Register online at paintedpineapple.org

•Thursday, May 19

Board of Education District 1 town hall meeting 6pm- 7:30pm at the Morgan County Library. See webinar link next week.

Friday, May 20

Vega Quartet 7:30 PM

Covington United Methodist Church

$25 / $5 Student  The Vega String Quartet, Quartet in Residence at Emory University, is creating and cultivating a new generation of passionate and educated chamber music lovers. The New York Times raved that their “playing had a kind of clean intoxication to it, pulling the listener along…the musicians took real risks in their music making,” and the Los Angeles Times praised their “triumphant L.A. debut.” Reception to follow.

•Saturday, May 21

Lake Oconee Baptist Chapel Mega church flea market May 21, 9AM to 5PM register for door prizes, do not need to be present to win. Free hotdogs, drinks and chips, rain or shine 11 AM to 2 PM

•Saturday, May 21

“Concerto” Screening

2:00 PM MMCC Auditorium

FREE/ Concerto, a powerful and moving documentary of forgiveness and redemption, delves into the family life of Christopher Rex, our Festival’s artistic director. The film includes interviews with Zubin Mehta, Yo-Yo Ma, Robert Spano, and David Delta Gier. Mr. Rex and filmmaker Cristina Cassidy will be present to discuss the film. Reception to follow.

•Sunday, May 22

Beacon Heights Baptist Church in Madison will Host a Vacation Bible School Kick-off and Registration Event May 22 from 6-8pm. We will have 2 bounce houses, cotton candy, snow cones, and popcorn. This event is free. Come register your children for Vacation Bible School and enjoy the fun. Vacation Bible School will be June 5-10 from 6-8:30pm each night. There will be snacks, games, music, and Bible Stories for ages 3 years thru 6th grade. June 10th will be our family night program with refreshments.

•Sunday, May 22

3:00 PM

Historic Burge Plantation

$30 ”Comparisons with Argerich should not be given lightly, but Paremski is so clearly of the same temperament and technique that it is unavoidable here (American Record Guide).” With her consistently striking and dynamic performances, pianist Natasha Paremski reveals astounding virtuosity and voracious interpretive abilities. She continues to generate excitement from all corners as she wins over audiences with her musical sensibility and flawless technique. Reception to follow. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the beautiful plantation prior to the concert!

•Sunday, May 22

Clark Chapel Missionary Baptist Church will host their annual Women’s Day Program on Sunday, May 22, 2016 at the hour of 3:00pm. Evangelist Shirley Jackson from Mount Zion Baptist Church in Buckhead, Georgia will be the speaker. We will have a hallelujah good time in the name of Jesus. Please come out and help us make this program a success. Thanking you in advance.

•Monday, May 23- 26

9am to Noon – Creative Kids Camp – Zoo – This class filled up fast and is FULL.  But be sure to check www.paintedpineapple.org for a number of other summer ‘camps’ and classes for the kids.

•Thursday, May 26

Hypertufa Planters w/Jim Rowland from 7-9:30pm $35 includes all supplies. Learn the basics of creating your own planter. Canavan Home & Arts 125 W Jefferson Str Call to register 706-343-0025

•Saturday, May 28

The 33rd Annual Rutledge Fair in Downtown Rutledge will be held on Saturday, May 28,  from 9 AM to 4 PM.  There will be an old fashioned parade of vintage cars and tractors honoring our military, and a beach-themed golf cart competition on Fairplay Street. Mr. Rutledge and Little Miss Rutledge (presented by Rutledge Wings) will also be in the parade, and will be crowned following the parade at the gazebo. There will be arts and crafts, antiques, and other vendors throughout City Park, a bounce house and other inflatables for kids, kids games and activities, live music by MaCayla Cook, Horace Reeves, The Madisonaires, Tim Saye, and Coley (Nicole Jones), dancers, and Rutledge Idol competition (presented by Yesterday’s Cafe at the gazebo in City Park).  There will also be book signings by Poet John Charles Griffin, and Authors Molly Lesnikowski and Dave Belton. The Caboose turns 20 this year and will have a 20th birthday party with free ice cream at 3:00 p.m.  Don’t miss the biggest and best Country Fair to date in beautiful downtown Rutledge, Georgia, Small But Special.  For information, contact Terry Reeves (Fair Director) – treeves@musicmattersentertainment.net , (404) 734-6168, for parade information or to participate in the parade, contact Dr. Mike Hughes  at (706) 557-0211, and to nominate some (65 and over) for Mr. Rutledge or to participate in Little Miss Rutledge, contact Greg Sherrill (Mr. Rutledge & Little Miss Rutledge) – (706) 557-7369

•Saturday, May 28

6:30pm to 9:30pm – Cotton Boll on Wood – Create your very own Cotton Boll.  Each wood plank measure approximately 10x11in. Background color options are available. Register by Friday May 27th to reserve your seat at www.paintedpineapple.org. $25

•Monday, May 30

At 11 a.m. at Town Park we will have our annual Memorial Day Ceremony. This is sponsored by Calvin George, Post 37 of the American Legion. The Motorcycle Parade will arrive at 10:40 a.m.

Please make plans to attend this event as we remember those veterans who have given their life for their country and those who are serving today in our Armed Forces.

Bring your lawn chairs. We will give out American Flags and also ice cold water.

•Tuesday, May 31- June 2

9am to Noon – STEAM based Camp – Mad Scientist –  Prek to 5th grade. Creating and mixing potions and concoctions. $65.  www.paintedpineapple.org

•Tuesday, May 31- June 2

3pm to 5pm – Tween Camp – Stitches –  Ages 8 to 14yr old.  Creating with textiles for the room and fun. $55  www.paintedpineapple.org

•Boating Safety Class Schedule for Lake Oconee 2016  July 13-14 Crowe Marine; June 15-16, and August 17 and 18, 6 to 10 p.m. Singleton Marine;

Both nights are mandatory, sign up: www.gooutdoorsgeorgia.com

•Saturday, July 30

Drivers Education 6 hour driving portion 9am-11am or 11am-1pm. at student parking lot. Sign up with Susan Beasley at front office or call 706.752.4900

•Saturday, July 30

2016 Back to School Rally and Community Health Fair- This year’s event will take place on July 30,2016  9:00 AM – 11:30 AM on the Morgan Memorial Hospital Lawn.  Last year we were close to capacity with almost 60 exhibitors and we expect this year to just as large.  Therefore, while the deadline to register is July 16th, we encourage you to register early to ensure your spot at this year’s event.

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