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The following Calendar of Events listings have been provided by event venues, individual organizers and readers of Georgia Magazine

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11/12/2021 to 11/14/2021

5th Annual Petersburg Rendezvous

Northeast Georgia Mountains
200 years of Georgia history, Meet the Cherokee People whose ancestors once called this land home and learn how they lived before and after settlers came. Fur trappers who made their living off of the land's animals. Revolutionary and Civil War soldiers -- listen to a parrot canon echo across the lake. Primitive weapons demonstrations. Learn about the cowboys who called the east home and traveled west for greater adventures. Pottery of days gone by and historical children's games. Friday is School Days 9 a,m,-3 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Want to bring your school class, home school or private school group? Visit our website or contact us.
History
"Heartbound Ministries: Art from the Inside” exhibits the significant, often overlooked talent of artists who are currently imprisoned. Approximately 60 works of art are on view, representing a wide range of artistic styles and mediums, including sculptures and displays crafted from objects found around the prison. The sale of these works benefits Heartbound’s Little Readers Book Club, which allows children of incarcerated parents to see and hear their parent reading to them via DVD. “Art from the Inside” is the only annual exhibition of art by prisoners in the state of Georgia.
Art Exhibit
11/13/2021

Shop, Sip and Stroll

Historic Heartland
For unique gifts, start your holiday shopping in Historic Madison. Enjoy complimentary refreshments, special retail and restaurant promotions and of course stress free holiday shopping! The streets of Madison will be decked out in holiday finery awaiting your visits. Shops open at 10 a.m. and begin closing at 5 p.m.
Community
11/13/2021 to 11/14/2021

Elegant Elf Marketplace

Atlanta Metro
The Sandy Springs Society will celebrate “10 Years of Holiday Cheer” during its “shopping for a cause” fundraiser The Elegant Elf Marketplace, a two-day gift market featuring more than 80 carefully curated local and regional artisans and small business owners who offer hand-crafted items, exquisite artistic creations, holiday décor, exquisite home furnishings, clothing and accessories for all ages, and the latest gourmet treats. Established in 2011, The Elegant Elf Marketplace is a treasured tradition for shoppers throughout metro Atlanta seeking unique, quality merchandise; a jumpstart on holiday shopping (including all the host & hostess gifts one will need), a way to support small businesses and an alternative to the mall and big box experiences. Coach Vince Dooley and artist Steve Penley will be at the Marketplace on Sunday, Nov. 14 from 2-3 p.m. for a signing of their collaboration, “Dooley's Playbook: the 34 Most Memorable Plays in Georgia Football History.”
Community
11/13/2021

Ringgold Opry

Northwest Georgia
Check our Facebook page for the latest event details. Featuring Bluegrass, country and folk music every month at the Ringgold Depot.
Concert
"Heartbound Ministries: Art from the Inside” exhibits the significant, often overlooked talent of artists who are currently imprisoned. Approximately 60 works of art are on view, representing a wide range of artistic styles and mediums, including sculptures and displays crafted from objects found around the prison. The sale of these works benefits Heartbound’s Little Readers Book Club, which allows children of incarcerated parents to see and hear their parent reading to them via DVD. “Art from the Inside” is the only annual exhibition of art by prisoners in the state of Georgia.
Art Exhibit
11/14/2021

Brunswick PorchFest

Georgia's Coast
Brunswick PorchFest is a FREE music festival that takes place one afternoon each year on porches throughout the beautiful Old Town Historic District of Brunswick, Ga. This event showcases our community’s hospitality at its best as all of the organizers, volunteers, porch hosts, performers and bands generously donate their time and work together to make this neighborhood music celebration a reality. Brunswick PorchFest will start at noon on Sunday, Nov. 15, 2020. We invite you to stroll through our neighborhood and enjoy the variety of performers on different porches each hour until our finale band plays at 5 p.m. Food and drink vendors will be available, as well as a tie-dye station for kids. You can help support this festival by purchasing some of our available PorchFest swag. Save the date and come join us for this fun and friendly neighborhood event, rain or shine!
Concert
"Heartbound Ministries: Art from the Inside” exhibits the significant, often overlooked talent of artists who are currently imprisoned. Approximately 60 works of art are on view, representing a wide range of artistic styles and mediums, including sculptures and displays crafted from objects found around the prison. The sale of these works benefits Heartbound’s Little Readers Book Club, which allows children of incarcerated parents to see and hear their parent reading to them via DVD. “Art from the Inside” is the only annual exhibition of art by prisoners in the state of Georgia.
Art Exhibit
As one of the newest self guided tours in Forsyth, this African American Heritage Guide takes you through a journey of African American history throughout Monroe County. This self-guided tour is meant to be a starting point in exploring the journey of African Americans in our community. It contains some brief biographical information on those who shaped our history; a timeline critical to putting events into context; and a brief driving tour to link people and places. The guide and map can be found at https://bluetoad.com/publication/?m=65690&i=689515&p=1&pre=1.
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