Superstitions shouldn’t Ruin your Weekend Fun
There’s a lot to do this weekend, starting with Friday the 13th’s wild, wild West at the Morris. If you’re in the mood, head over to Greenwood for the South Carolina Festival of Discovery which lasts through Saturday. The Green Jackets will finish up with the Greenville Drive on Friday and start their series of 4 home games against the West Virginia Power on Saturday. End your weekend on a good note with Music at the Morris, featuring Jim McGaw and his hammer dulcimer and guitar or Candlelight Jazz at the Riverwalk. Friday, July 13th Art at Lunch: “The Reel West” 12:00 p.m. Morris Museum of Art 706-724-7501 www.themorris.org Members can pay $10 and nonmembers pay $14 for this lunch from Honey from the Rock Café. Jim Dunham, director of special programs at Cartersville’s Booth Western Art Museum, will discuss his 30-year career teaching movie stars how to handle guns in the Old West entertainment business. The Western art will be on display at the Morris through July 21st. South Carolina Festival of Discovery 5:00 p.m.- midnight Greenwood, SC 864-942-8448 www.festivalofdiscovery.com With no gate fee, festival goers can enjoy live blues music and the South Carolina Barbeque & Hash Cook-off, which was recently featured on the Food Network’s “Great American BBQ Showdown.” The festival extends into Saturday as well. Augusta Green Jackets vs. Greenville Drive 7:05 p.m Lake Olmstead Stadium 706-736-7889 www.greenjacketsbaseball.com After beating the Drive in Greenville on Tuesday and Wednesday, the Green Jackets got a one-day break with Thursday’s rain in Greenville. Tonight, the Green Jackets will be up against the Drive on our home turf for the first time in this round. General admission tickets are $8.00. Saturday, July 14th South Carolina Festival of Discovery 10:00 a.m.- midnight Greenwood, SC 864-942-8448 www.festivalofdiscovery.com As on Friday, enjoy live music and cook-offs! Augusta Green Jackets vs. West Virginia Power 7:05 p.m Lake Olmstead Stadium 706-736-7889 www.greenjacketsbaseball.com Saturday starts a series of 4 games at home against the Power, the first time the teams have met this year. General admission tickets are $8.00. Come pull the Jackets through! Sunday, July 15th 2:00 p.m. Music at the Morris: Jim McGaw Morris Museum of Art 706-724-7501 www.themorris.org For free, go listen to traditional American folk music, jazz standards and some original songs on Jim McGaw’s hammer dulcimer and guitar. 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. Sunday Sketch Morris Museum of Art 706- Activity room www.themorris.org This event is free in all ways– materials supplied by the museum allow for your freedom to sketch whatever you like. 5:35 p.m Augusta Green Jackets vs. West Virginia Power Lake Olmstead Stadium 706-736-7889 www.greenjacketsbaseball.com Green Jackets meet the Power again for the 2nd game in the series of 4. General admission tickets are $8.00. 8:00 p.m. Candlelight Jazz: Rob Nordan Jazz and Sounds Unlimited Augusta Riverwalk, River Stage at Eight Street 706-495-6238 www.gardencityjazz.com A $6 admission fee goes to bringing more candlelight concerts. Bring your own seating and dinner to make a picnic out of it.You Might Also Like:
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