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Moore Station Village Hosts 4th Annual Car Show May 17th

Moore Station Village Hosts 4th Annual Car Show May 17th

Get your engine running and head to Dublin as Moore Station Village hosts its 4th Annual Car Show on Saturday, May 17th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 100 Old Field Lane. Benefitting Habitat for Humanity, the car show entry fee is $20, and can be paid at the event. Registration is from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Classes include Antique (pre '40) through later models (1990-2014) with trophies awarded in each class.

Featuring live music, great food, door prizes, and car awards in one of Dublin's first multi-generational planned communities, Moore Station Village, families can also feed the fish, walk the trails, and tour the grounds of this charming community.

A Car Care Clinic sponsored by Pitts Toyota Scion from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. will include advice on changing a tire, checking and changing oil, and checking belts and fluids. Be amazed as Pitts Toyota Scion showcases the latest in Toyota electronics technology.

Top 5 Foodie Delights in Dublin This Weekend

Top 5 Foodie Delights in Dublin This Weekend

1.       Experience farm fresh delight in downtown Dublin during the Market on Madison farmers market on Saturday, May 3rd from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 314 Madison Street. Featuring fresh eggs, bread, lamb, beef, organic produce, and handcrafted items, the Market offers everything you need for farm to table goodness!  For more information, call Main Street Dublin at 478-272-2560, visit www.marketonmadison.com, or email info@dublinmainstreet.com

Market on Madison Farmers Market Offers Convenience and Variety

Market on Madison Farmers Market Offers Convenience and Variety

Along with an array of farm-to-table goodness, Market on Madison farmers market features handcrafted woodcrafts, homemade relishes and preserves, fresh milk, grass-fed lamb and beef, daylilies, bread and other baked goods, and innovative garden items each Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Dublin opens new "Bicentennial Plaza" for tourism

The City of Dublin was founded in Laurens County in 1812, and the town officially marked its bicentennial two years ago. They continued the celebration today with a new Bicentennial Plaza.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Dublin This Weekend

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Dublin This Weekend

Create magic with a Visit to Dublin this weekend!

1.     Head to Market on Madison Friday, May 2nd at 7:30 p.m. as Dude Sumner Band conjures up a night to remember during the First Friday Concert Series. Bring your coolers, lawn chairs, and a burger from Jack’s Hamburgers, Minute Grill, or Stone Horse Tavern, and head to 314 Madison Street for free family fun!

J & J Farms Stocks Dublin's Farmers Market with Georgia Grown Goodness

J & J Farms Stocks Dublin's Farmers Market with Georgia Grown Goodness

Each Saturday, J & J Farms in Laurens County brings a wide variety of produce to the Dublin Farmers Market including pesticide-free super foods like kale and swiss chard,  as well as radishes, onions,  potatoes, turnips, mustard greens, and free range eggs. Later this season, J & J will feature over 40 varieties of tomatoes, an assortment not often found in other farmers markets across the state. Using both fields and greenhouses, J & J Farms produces farm-fresh, Georgia grown staples that are only available at the farmers market at Market on Madison in downtown Dublin from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 314 Madison Street.

Dublin High School gains International Baccalaureate Program

Dublin High School gains International Baccalaureate Program

Dublin High School has officially been named an IB World School.

According to a release, that means DHS will offer the academically-demanding International Baccalaureate Program, according to a release.

The IB certification on student programs allows students to enter top universities all over the world.