Top 5 Reasons to Visit Dublin This Weekend | Arts & Culture
Warm up this weekend with a Visit to Dublin. From performing arts at Theatre Dublin to dancing at CLUB 604, Dublin will get you moving!
1. Travel through time with a visit to Tumpie’s Steakhouse. Located at 1049 Snellbridge Road, Stumpie's Steakhouse was built in 1888. Once home to the late Mrs. Tumpie Clark, Tumpie’s daughter Linda Shay and her husband, Wayne, transformed this farm-style historic home into Tumpie’s Steakhouse. From delicious onion blooms to delectable prime-rib, Tumpie’s offers something for every palette. Don't miss Tumpie’s delectable desserts. Open Thursdays from 5 pm-8:30 pm, Fridays and Saturdays from 5 pm-9:30 pm. Call 478-272-2994 for more information.
2. Kick off your weekend on the right note with local band, Cosmic Groove, at Club 604. Get into the groove Friday starting at 8:30 p.m., but arrive early to enjoy Chef James’ Firecracker Shrimp and a delightful selection of imported beers and fine spirits. Afterwards, get down with Cosmic Groove and mingle with your buddies. No cover charge for this event. CLUB 604 is located at 604 Academy Avenue, or visit www.club604dublin.com. Please call 478-272-6048 for more information.
3. Spoil yourself on Saturday from 10 am- 4pm, as Downtown Boutique celebrates their grand opening with stylish flair. Affordable and stylish, Downtown Boutique offers everything you need to stand out. From scarves and shoes to dresses and jewelry, stop by their new location at 128A Jackson Street in the heart of historic downtown Dublin to take advantage of amazing grand opening discounts.
4. Visit Theatre Dublin on Sunday at 3 p.m. for an afternoon with award-winning classical pianist, Edward Eikner, presented by the Dublin Laurens Arts Council. Declared a musician who plays with “ferocious intensity” by the New York Times, Eikner will take your breath away. Tickets are $20, and are available at Theatre Dublin's box office, by calling 478-277-5074, or visiting www.theatredublinga.com.
5. Get your blood pumping with a hike at River Bend Wildlife Management Area. With over 3500 acres to explore just off exit 53 on I-16, River Bend offers explorers scenic trails, quiet fishing spots, extensive bird watching, and primitive camping. Start exploring at http://www.riverbendwma.com