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Shimmy Mob in Atlanta

"Sunday May 1st at 12pm Perry Bellydance along with belly dancers from all over Middle Georgia will be participating in a belly dance flash mob at Atlantic Station in Atlanta.  The Atlanta event is part of a much larger event in which dancers from all over the US, Canada as well as Vietnam and Italy will be doing the exact same choreography flash mob style to raise funds for Women and Children’s shelters. The choreography was provided by the coordinators of the event and depending on their location dancers have either learned the dance on their own or have gotten together with a participating instructor and learned with a group.

Saturday participating dancers from Perry, Macon and Warner Robins will gather at Perry Bellydance and join the other dancers from Middle Georgia and Tennessee with team leader Lacy Perry via skype to have one last practice and discuss logistics

Easter Bunny Visits Dublin Mall

The Easter Bunny visits the Dublin Mall this month.

April 15 marks Pajama Night with the Easter Bunny from 4 until 8 p.m. Children can wear their pajamas for their photo with the Easter Bunny.

April 22 Bring your pets to have their photo taken with the Easter Bunny from 4-8 p.m.

The mall will be closed on Easter, April 24.

Junior Journalist Auditions

Junior journalist auditions will take place today at the Galleria Mall in Centerville from 4-6 p.m.

The child auditioning must be born between August 1, 1998 and August 1, 2001. You must bring proof of date of birth to the audition.

The audition in Macon will take place Tuesday, April 5 from 4-6 p.m. in the Museum of Arts and Sciences.

The children will be scored on the spot during the first round of auditions. The top scoring 50 kids will be called back for a second round, where they will answer questions on camera. A panel of 13WMAZ employees will judge those auditions. The top scoring 25 kids will move on to a final round that will be judged by a community panel. We will not contact the children between rounds 2 and 3. We will surprise the winning children in their classrooms before school lets out for the summer.

Relish Magazine Cooking Show to Feature British Chef

The Relish Magazine Cooking Show will take place April 28 from 4 until 9 p.m.

Celebrity British Chef Jon Ashton will present a cooking show. Ashton will prepare recipes with cooking tips.

Prior to the cooking show, there will be an expo for all attendees to visit exhibit booths sponsored by local vendors.

For those purchasing VIP/Backstage passes there will be a special event "backstage" prior to the show.

The cooking show will take place in the DuBose Porter Center at the Heart of Georgia Technical College campus.

Call 478-272-5522 to purchase tickets.

April's First Friday to Feature Local Band

Tonight marks First Friday.

To celebrate, you can head on over to the Farmer's Market on Madison St. to hear a free concert by local band Days After

The concert begins at 7 p.m.

Organizers welcome families to bring grills, picnics, coolers and tents.

This is the second season of the First Friday series and runs from March through October.


Festival Awards Banquet to Honor Nominated Citizens

The 46th Annual St. Patrick's Festival Awards Banquet will recognize four different people: Woman of the Year, Man of the Year, Youth of the Year and Senior Citizen of the Year.

People in the community fill out applications to nominate individuals for the awards. A selection committee is appointed to review the applications and select a winner for each category.

The winners are kept secret until they are announced at the banquet.

The cost to attend is still being determined.

Food will be served.

Award winners will receive a car magnet and will also be featured in the St. Patrick's Festival parade.

The award banquet is scheduled for March 3 at 7 p.m. at the Dublin Country Club.

Contact Alexis Hughes at 478-676-3191 ext. 1129 for more information.