Monday, March 31, 2008

Carrollton Cultural Arts Center Happenings
Janice Pittsley, drawing exhibit, April 4 - 25 in the Carrollton Cultural Arts Center Roush Family Gallery. For more information call 770-838-1083.
The Carrollton Artist Guild, spring exhibit, April 4- 25 in the Carrollton Cultural Arts Center Galleria. Opening Reception Friday, April 4 from 5-7 p.m.
Billie Mathis Three Day Watercolor Workshop for ages 16 to Adult on Monday-Wednesday, April 7-9, 9:00 am until 3:00 pm (1 hour break for lunch...

Local Poet and Creative Writing Professor Brigitte Byrd to Read Her Poetry and Sign Books
3/31/08 (10:15 p.m.) The Fayette County Public Library celebrates National Poetry Month on Saturday, April 12 at 1:00 p.m. with a visit from award-winning poet Brigitte Byrd. Brigitte will read selections from her recently published collection, “The Dazzling... More

Offshoot Embarks on Fourth Year of Touring Children’s Shows
3/31/08 (10:09 p.m.) Fayette County-based Offshoot Productions, the oldest professional theatre on the Southside, soon begins its tour of anew, company-developed play for children, Tales from Near and Far. After its April 24... More

Governor Perdue Sets Election Date for 93rd House District
Today Governor Sonny Perdue issued a writ of election for the state House 93rd District seat, which was vacated last week when state Representative Ron Sailor resigned.

Visiting Trio "Czechs Out" Spivey Hall, April 2
The Czech Trio, the acclaimed ensemble from Prague with a history going back over a century, performs an all-Czech program in Clayton State University’s world-famous Spivey Hall on Wednesday, Apr. 2. The concert is presented by the Clayton State Department of Music and admission is free to the public.

April 2nd is KICK BUTTS DAY.
It's a day for youth to stand out, speak up, and seize control in the fight against tobacco. How? By raising awareness about tobacco - how it harms our health and how Big Tobacco targets kids - and supporting strong tobacco control policies. Want to learn more? Go to

Representative Matt Ramsey: Week 11 Update
Our work at the Capitol is coming to an end for this legislative session and I happy to report that we have already accomplished many of the goals we set forth in January. We have adopted two fiscally responsible budgets that fund our priorities, a statewide water management plan and a plan to make it easier to build new water reservoirs, and a plan to eliminate the car tax for every Georgian forever. The major item up for debate this past week in the House was a bill to address Georgia’s transportation funding mechanism.

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