Saturday, April 26, 2008

Two Free Public Screenings of “Hiding and Seeking” Documentary for Holocaust Remembrance Day at the Fayette County Public Library on May 1
4/26/08 (9:21 p.m.) The Fayette County Public Library announces two free public screenings of the documentary “Hiding and Seeking: Faith and Tolerance After the Holocaust,” directed by Menachem Daum and Oren Rudavsky. The dual screenings conclude the library’s 2008 Spring Film Festival, a collaboration with P.O.V., PBS’ award-winning nonfiction... More

1905 Photo of Line Creek School Discovered

4/26/08 Peachtree City, Georgia, is compiling a book to commemorate the upcoming 50th anniversary. The Fayette County Historical Society, Rebecca Waits with the Peachtree City Library, Carolyn Cary, Sallie Satterthwaite and others are helping to compile the history. Over 1500 photos have already been gathered. However, photos from the 1960s are still needed, plus help is being requested in identifying individuals in the photos already collected. To find out more contact the Peachtree City Library.

Kids Get in FREE at the Renaissance Festival
Kids reign supreme with FREE admittance at the Renaissance Festival! Kids (12 and under) get in FREE with each full price paid Adult admission on April 26th and 27th! Offer cannot be combined with any other discount and must be purchased at the Festival Box Office.
The Georgia Renaissance Festival is located close and convenient to Atlanta, just 5 minutes south of Atlanta on I-85. Exit 61- Peachtree City / Fairburn and follow the signs. Regularly priced tickets include tax and are available at the festival box office. Adults $19.95, senior 60+ $17.95, Youth ages 6-12 $8.50, 5 years of age and under get in FREE. Click, purchase and print discount tickets on-line now at or stop by Kroger checkout registers and purchase with your Kroger Plus Card. For more information call the Festival Hot Line (770) 964-8575.

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