For many, the new year signifies a time for trying new things, bettering oneself, and commiting to changes big and small. Stick to your rewarding resolutions with a trip to Dublin GA!
1. Embrace the Arts
Whether you want to improve your focus and learn about drama or just want to see a good show, a trip to the theatre will get your creative juices flowing. Follow the breadcrumbs to Theatre Dublin on January 24th and 25th for Hansel and Gretel presented by the Atlanta Opera Studio Tour.
Arts & Crafts
For a chance to test out your own artistic skills, head toward the Laurens County Library. Teens and tweens compete with one another to create the most atrocious art pieces during Bad Art Night on Monday, January 23rd. Coloring, Crafting, & Coffee on Monday, January 30th allows you to relax, socialize, and get creative with your newest hobby or the provided coloring supplies.
2. Be More Social
Meeting new people, learning interesting things, and best of all, having fun are a few benefits to being social in Dublin GA! Make axe-iting new friends while trying your hand at axe throwing at RedDot Axehouse. Have rooftop romp with locals at Saltwater Fishery‘s Flybridge.
3. Take More Frequent Breaks
Taking more breaks is a New Year selfcare must! Stop and smell the rosemary, or the aroma of tastiness from Company Supply, in Dublin GA’s awardwinning greenspace, Jackson Plaza. Elevate your mood and destress with a massage at Emerald Ease in the historic Fred Roberts. If you’re just traveling through, take a rest from the road right off I-16 at exit 51.
4. Support Local
What’s a more rewarding resolution than supporting local people? Discover the personality of Dublin GA through an assortment of unique local goods including woodwork, hand poured candles, and jarred veggies at the Winter Wonderland Market on Saturday, January 14th at 1624 Veterans Boulevard.
5. Learn & Celebrate History
Join the celebration of MLK on Saturday, January 14th starting with Food Truck Fancy from 7 AM to 3 PM and the 27th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade at 12 PM. Learn more about Dr. King’s impact on Dublin GA at Martin Luther King Jr. Monument Park located right across the street from the First African Baptist Church.
Keep your resolution to travel more with a STAY in Dublin GA!
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