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Lunch Beat Macon happening next week

Lunch Beat Macon happening next week

Join in the international movement that has come to Macon: Spend your lunch hour dancing.

That's the only rule: you have to dance.

It's free, and at The 567 from 12-1 on Thursday.

First Friday: Pop-Up Boutique coming downtown

First Friday: Pop-Up Boutique coming downtown

Macon, GA --  On Friday, February 7 from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. “Flaunt: A First Friday Pop-up Boutique” will open its doors for the second time. The event will be held at The Blacksmith Shop at 665 Poplar Street. Participating boutiques include Ashley Marie’s, Beesa Skincare, Envie Boutique, Flirt Fashions, Karats and Keepsakes, Mint, Sorella and Tipsy & Co.

“The first pop-up boutique in June was a tremendous success both for Downtown and for the boutiques. We are thrilled to host the second one just in time for Valentine’s Day,” says Mechel McKinley, Main Street Macon Manager, “Boutique retail remains an important part of our recruitment strategy for Downtown.  Inviting local and regional businesses to see what Downtown Macon offers in terms of locations and demographics gets the area on their radar when considering additional locations.”

"Crash" Film Screening

"Crash" Film Screening
February 10
Middle Georgia State College
Middle Georgia State College - Macon Campus - 100 College Staion Drive Macon GA 31206
Admission: Free 
478-757-6687
Start Time(s): The screening will occur in the Math Auditorium 

As a part of the Black History Month events, join us for a viewing of the 2004 film CRASH, which picked up three Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, Best Film Editing Directed by Paul Haggis and featuring a terrific ensemble, the film covers a 36-hour period in Los Angeles during which the lives of a handful of disparate citizens intertwine as they deal with racial and social tensions (The film is rated R)

MGSC to celebrate Black History Month

MGSC to celebrate Black History Month

Middle Georgia State College will ceberlate Black History month wiith a variety of activities.  They include comedian Preacher Moss appearing at Walker Hall Auditorium on the Cochran campus February 4 at 8 pm.  A news release states Moss is a writer for the Damon Waynans show and Saturday Night Live. 

The movie Crash will be show in the math auditorium of the Macon campus on February 10 at 7 pm. 

Brig. General Cederic D. George, Commander of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex at Robins AFB will speak in the City of Eastman Room of the Eastman Campus on February 26 at 3 pm.

All events are free and open to the public.  For more information, contact Director of Student Life Dee Lindsey, dee.lindsey@mga.edu

Bibb County schools close Tuesday, Wednesday

Bibb County schools close Tuesday, Wednesday

Bibb County schools are CLOSED TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY for students.

Staff should report normally on Tuesday. Staff DOES NOT report Wednesday

Bowen Brothers closing store after 31 years

Tailored suits, trendy ties, and shirts drew the attention of many customers when Harry Bowen, and his brother George, rented a space on Mulberry Street in 1983.