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Wednesday, April 21, 2004

Paul Anka postponed at The Fred

Due to a scheduling conflict, Paul Anka has moved his concert from May 7 and 8 to June 25 and 26. Current ticket holders will not need to reconfirm seats or ticket status with the amphitheater.

Cast announced for Comedy of Errors

Fayette County-based Offshoot Productions will present the classic Shakespearean farce, The Comedy of Errors, at the Villages Amphitheater in Fayetteville in June. The show is now in rehearsal with an energetic cast from the southside and throughout the metro Atlanta area.

Nature discovery program on wetlands and Ducks Unlimited set for April 27

Ducks Unlimited is not only for duck hunters! This international nonprofit organization is a leader in the conservation of wetlands for waterfowl habitat. Southern Conservation Trust is hosting a Nature Discovery program with Bill Edwards of Ducks Unlimited Apr. 27 at 7 p.m. at the Flat Creek Nature Center in Peachtree City.


The Fayette Heritage Project Donates Yates Apple Tree

The Fayette Heritage Project donated two Yates Apple Trees and two brick markers to Fayette County and to each of the five municipalities to plant in places of prominence. The Fayette Heritage Project was formed in 1995 and its mission is to promote the heritage of Fayette County. The placing of these trees and markers in public spaces will increase the awareness of Fayette County’s heritage.

The Circus Comes to Town

Comic clowns, limber acrobats, daring aerialists and more will all be part of the old-fashioned tent circus, Hendricks Family Circus, when it comes to Fayetteville at the Fayette County Fairgrounds. There will be shows April 29 and April 30 at 5 and 7:30 p.m.

‘Alice’ coming to town April 29

Fayette-Coweta Family Theatre will present its first-ever professional children’s dessert theatre production of the Lewis Carroll classic “Alice in Wonderland” April 29-May 1. This 60-minute fantasy romp is spiced with upbeat songs, zany characters, a 12-member professional cast and a fun-filled Mad Hatters Tea Party after each performance.

Civil War author to sign book

Local author Carolyn Cary will sign her new book “William Thomas Overby, Proud Partisan Ranger” at the Fayette County Library in Fayetteville Saturday, May 8 from 2-4 p.m.

K.C. set to rock the Fred

Get down this weekend and “Shake your Booty” when KC and the Sunshine Band return to The Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater for two shows Friday and Saturday night. The upbeat sound of Harry Wayne Casey, aka KC, and his band of merry music makers perform all the chart-topping hits that brought them international acclaim.

Jazz fest is this weekend

Get into the swing of things this Saturday at the Second Annual Lafayette Jazz Festival being held at Fayetteville’s Villages Amphitheatre located across from Fayette County High School. The festival will feature performances by local high school, college jazz groups and a military jazz band for a complete day of jazz music and is sponsored by the Fayette County High School Band. Admission to the LaFayette Jazz Festival is $5 in advance and $7 at the door. Tickets are available at City Hall and Fayette County High School.

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