11 Ways Dublin GA is Doing The Most

Looking back and forward we’re doing the most everyday in every way in #DublinGA!

1. History Making

It’s a new day in #DublinGA as we unveil the newest additions to. MLK Monument Park and First African Baptist Church: two new sculptures designed with Dr. King’s legacy as the inspiration. Shine as we reveal how partnership keeps King’s dream alive on  Tuesday, April 17th at 3 PM at 405 Telfair Street. For more info, read the full release.

2. Movie Making

Tag along on the adventure of a lifetime on the big screen when Gnomeo and Juliet become super sleuths during Sherlock Gnomes. Follow their romps through the gardens of London on Friday, April 20th and Saturday, April 21st at the Martin Movie House.

3. Trend Setting

Downtown is a lifestyle. Experience it during Let’s Flamingle when our eateries and boutiques throw open their doors late and kick off the weekend early! With extended hours and exclusive sales, dine and shop on Thursday, April 19th from 6 PM to 8:30 PM at The Exchange, Mint, Smiths, Deano’s, Blush, Miller & Company, and Company Supply!

4. Building More

If you build it, they will come. They’re coming to Dublin’s newest hotel, Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott, where a good night’s sleep and modern amenities await. In need of a longterm stay? Call George Best at Premier Properties for a tour of downtown’s newest luxury lofts. With one or two bedrooms available and high end finishings, these lofts offer life above the status quo.

5. Leaving Las Vegas

Why go to Vegas when the Young Professionals are bringing Vegas to Dublin? Go all in! During Casino Royale on Friday, April 20th at 7 PM at The Ice House. Tickets are $40, and include every high rollers dream: $1000 of funny money for betting and 2 drink tickets to keep the fun rolling.

6. Picking Power

When you have the best farmers market around, the freshest produce and artisan products naturally flock to you! Pick your dinner at Market on Madison on Saturday, April 21st from 7:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Search for the Market Mouse, hidden somewhere on site, to win a delicious prize.

7. Setting the Stage

Arts & culture are a way of life in Dublin. Jazz sensations, The Monty Cole Quintet, take the stage during Jazz A La Carte at the OFTC Dubose Porter Center on Saturday, April 21st at 5 PM.  With a silent auction and raffle tickets, all proceeds benefit Dublin-Laurens Art Council. Tickets start at $40 and can be purchased by calling 478-277-0798 or 478-697-2601.

8. Dining Al Fresco

Dublin Farm sets the bar for gourmet dining during their Italian Outdoor Dinner on Saturday, April 27th at 7 PM. Relish five courses of specially crafted dishes under the stars. Reservations are required and seatings are $65.

9. Acting Ahead

Local talent delights as Dublin Mainstreet Players presents Death By Chocolate on Friday, April 26th and Saturday, April 27th from 7 PM to 10 PM at the Dublin Country Club. Dine with caution as the cast leads you into the dark, rich world of murder mysteries. Purchase tickets today at Colleen’s China at 1801 Rice Avenue and Morris Bank at 301 Bellevue Avenue.

10. Sinking In

We’ll have you hook, line, and sinker during the annual Oconee River Catfish Tournament beginning on Friday, April 27th with weigh-ins by noon April 28th at Buckeye Park Boat Landing. Sign up for $50 for adults and kids 16 and under fish free with an adult.

11. Shining Star

The best in Nashville have shined on Theatre Dublin’s stage. Saddle up as country legend Gene Watson lights up Theatre Dublin on Saturday, April 28th at 7:30 PM. Book your sitter now, and purchase tickets before they sell out!