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Keep your social calendar busy with 11Alive’s Where U Live new events section!

Keep your social calendar busy with 11Alive’s Where U Live new events section!

Looking for something fun to do this weekend?  Check out on the new events guide at the top of the page.  We’ve taken all the work out of finding out what’s happening in your neighborhood. 

Just click where you live and you have everything at your fingertips!  Looking for something to do with your kids?  We have a family friendly activities section. Interested in art?  We have exhibit listings.  Want to explore a different part of the city?  Click the neighborhood and we can show you what’s happening.

Planning your weekend has never been easier!

BEST SPOTS: Inexpensive Dates

BEST SPOTS: Inexpensive Dates

SOUTH METRO – For this week’s installment of Best Spots, we've compiled a list of Inexpensive Date Spots for you to take your special someone.

In today’s economy, it’s important to find companionship which, in our opinion, is the cheapest form of entertainment. However, it’s the springtime, and people like to get out every now and then. So, check out these suggestions for fun under $15.

If you had a rough week, take your date to Range, Guns and Safes to blow off some steam. Every Wednesday, this range, located in Forest Park, costs $10 for the first hour of target practice for male/female couples. Subsequent hours are $12 each.

Make the Carnegie your Spring Break destination

NEWNAN, Ga. -- (submitted by Amy Mapel) The Carnegie has several events especially for Spring Break.  “We enjoy providing family programs during school breaks”, says Media Coordinator Amy Mapel.

On Tuesday, April 5 at 10:00 a.m., please join us for Game Day.  Bring your own game or play one of ours.  Snacks provided.

The mid-week movie will be “Despicable Me”, rated PG, on Wednesday, April 6 at 10:00 a.m.  Popcorn will be served!

One of our favorite programs, Family Yoga, will be held on Thursday, April 7 at 10:00 a.m.  The theme this time is Spring Day Adventure.  All ages are welcome and mats will be provided.

Please call the Carnegie at 770-683-1347 to reserve a spot today and visit www.newnancarnegie.com for a complete calendar of events.


The Annie Moses Band at the Newnan Centre, December 7th

Come see The Annie Moses Band at the Newnan Centre for Performing and Visual Arts; this band asserts they are “unlike any ensemble in America” and Newnan residents can be the judge on December 7th at 7 p.m.

Every member of this eight member family band has studied with renowned instructors, among the likes of instructors at the renowned Juilliard School of Music; most have earned performance awards that testify to the depth of their artistry.

Together, as the Annie Moses Band, they combine all their attributes: love for one another, prodigious talent, as well as a creative curiosity that goes beyond the classics, beyond even music, and into the great questions of life.

Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $12 for students and senior citizens.

Third Annual Greener Greater Newnan Festival, November 6th

Performance Learning Center (PLC) students are preparing the third annual Greener Greater Newnan Festival on Saturday, November 6th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Greenville Street Park in downtown Newnan. PLC hosts the festival to help people reduce their carbon footprint by supplying them with information and tools.

The festival will spark a movement which will help enhance the quality of the city of Newnan. Greener Greater Newnan is funded by various sponsors with green initiatives. Local youth groups will also attend and send messages to the community in the form of videos and artwork as part of a contest called “Speak Green”. Greener Greater Newnan will also feature the return of the exciting and enjoyable Recycle Man.

Performance Learning Center is a program sponsored by the Coweta County School System and started by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Klea Blackhurst at The Centre, October 31st

On Sunday, October 31st, at 3:00 p.m., the Patrons of the Centre present “Klea Blackhurst” at The Centre (1523 Lower Fayetteville Road, Newnan).

Klea Blackhurst has been charming audiences Everything The Traffic Will Allow nationwide since its New York debut in 2001. This show is her loving tribute to the songs made famous by legendary stage personality Ethel Merman. The concert highlights what is arguably the greatest body of show music ever written for a single performer.

Everything the Traffic Will Allow is not a recreation of Ms. Merman, but a paean to the great Broadway legend. The show is a happy reminder of Ethel Merman’s undeniable importance to both the history of twentieth century entertainment and to the unbridled jubilation of show business at its best.

To reserve tickets visit The Centre, Scott’s Bookstore in Downtown Newnan and Morgan’s Jewelers in Ashley Park.

"Sack Lunch Cinema" at The Carnegie

The Carnegie in Newnan will host the “Sack Lunch Cinema” program on Wednesday, September 15th at noon. The feature film will be “Sherlock Holmes”, rated PG-13, starring Robert Downey Jr. September 15th is also the Carnegie’s one year anniversary since re-opening in 2009 and cake will be served after the movie.

“This first year has really flown by”, said Amy Mapel, Media Coordinator. “We’ve had a good response from the community for the programs we’ve presented, the public computers, and the honor book system”.

Also coming up in September is the Armchair Travelers program on Friday, September 24th at 2 p.m., the Carnegie Literary Circle on Monday, September 27th at 10:30 a.m. and the Financial Seminar “How to Raise a Money-Smart Child” on Wednesday, September 29th at 10 a.m. Preschool Story Time is held every Thursday at 10:00 a.m.  Please call 770-683-1347 to make a reservation.