There’s no place like home, and when your home is #DublinGA, you know summertime is going to rock! Here’s the top ten ways Dublin is rocking summertime!
1. Creative Juices
Get your creative juices flowing as Atlanta artist Corey Barksdale teaches you how to paint like a master during Sip n Paint on Friday, June 1st at 5 PM – 7 PM at Dublin Carnegie. A canvas, paint, apron and brushes are provided with a $35 registration fee. Register here or at the door if space is available. Only cash is accepted at the door.
2. Music Makers
Dance the night away as Maples Crown strums classic rock hits at Market on Madison on Friday, June 1st at 7:30 PM. Stock up on sausage dogs, pineapple drinks, and Sno-biz flavor, then hit the downtown boutiques for First Friday deals!
3. Body & Soul
Move to the rhythm of our downtown during Market on Madison’s farmers market on Saturday, June 2 from 7:30 am – 12:30 pm. Select from a vast array of Georgia Grown fruit, vegetables, and artisan goodness that feeds you body and soul.
4. Summertime & the Living’s Easy
Take a break with Martin Movie House’s Kids Summer Movie Series where $2 admission, $2 drinks, and $2 popcorn take the work out of having fun. Watch The Smurfs: The Lost Village in cool comfort on June 5th and 6th with showings at 10 AM and 2 PM.
5. Heating Up
Things heat up as Maria of Dublin Farm invites you into her kitchen to cook up a storm on Tuesday, June 5th at 5:30 PM during Maria’s Cooking Class. Prepare a multi-course meal under Maria´s instruction, then sit down, dine, and enjoy a glass of Italian wine. Cost for the class is $65.00 per person, and includes three-hour cooking class, printed recipes, dinner and a glass of Italian wine or a soft drink. Space is limited to the first 25 participants, and registration is required.
6. Women Rock
Girls get all the glory during an evening of spirited performance and savory dining as Dublin Farm hosts Wayne, Women and Song, a Dinner & Show with Wayne Hosford on Friday, June 8th at 7 PM.
7. Wet & Wild
Splish Splash your way to the Splash Pad for another summer full of Southern Pines fun! Open every day, the Splash Pad is a world of imagination and merrymaking where water flows, trickles and gushes from surprising nozzles and spouts. The fun goes both ways with water geysers shooting up and sprinkling down, making for watery delight all around. At only $2 a person, the whole family can start a water fight.
No one rains on our parade…so we’re moving DubJam to Friday, August 10th -Sunday, August 12th for a three day jam session. Featuring 20 different Georgia musicians, graffiti walls, maraca making stations, DubJam or Bust car painting, food vendors, and more, bring the whole family for days of fun under the historic pines of Stubbs Park.
9. Juneteenth Joy
Sing a joyous song as the Juneteenth Festival kicks off with a Dinner featuring guest speaker Gene Nash, author of All God’s Children on June 9th from 5 PM to 6:30 PM at Dublin Middle School Gym. For tickets, call Coach Johnson at 478-697-3841.