Weekender: See & Do

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Coweta’s Kim Carter has released a new book, “Deadly Odds,” and will be at Barnes and Noble this weekend for a book signing. 


• Serenbe Playhouse in Chattahoochee Hills continues its first-ever fall production, “The Sleepy Hollow Experience.” Shows are Thursday through Sunday evenings at 8 p.m., through Oct. 31. Tickets are $20 for the production or $50 for both the production and the Halloween Monster Mash party Oct. 31. Monster Mash-only tickets are $40, with an event start time of 9:30 p.m. For more info about Serenbe Playhouse visit www.serenbeplayhouse.com or call 770-463-1110.

• The Society of Seven continues its month-long schedule of demo sessions in gallery, 9 Greenville St., Newnan. On the schedule: Oct. 26, demo by Ken DeWaard 6-8 p.m.; Oct. 12 Demo David Boyd, Jr. 6-8 p.m. Note: DeWaard demo will occur offsite. Go to www.facebook.com/ken.dewaard for further information. The DeWaard demo is $25 per person.

• Southern Ground Social Club in Senoia presents female country duo from Nashville, Stevens Layne Oct. 25. On Oct. 26, local Americana/rock band Sweetgrass Sally comes to SGSC, along with open mic champ, Jesse Stanley, who’ll open the show. Friday show is $5 (cover charge), 21-and-up at 9 p.m. Saturday show is $5 and doors open at 7. Stanley begins at 8 p.m. (all ages welcome until 9). Sweetgrass Sally starts at 9 p.m. For details about shows at the Zac Brown-owned venue call 770-727-9072.

• Doggie Dash — At Shakerag Park in Peachtree City on Oct. 26, Georgia Heartland will host its annual Doggie Dash, a 3K walk raising money for abused and abandoned animals. The cost to walk is $10 with additional donations welcome. Everyone who raises $35 receives a Doggie Dash t-shirt. Registration at 9:30 a.m.; walk to begin at 10:30 a.m. For more info call 770-830-2820 or visit www.gaheartland.com.

• St. Paul's Episcopal Church Fall Flower Festival and Tea, Oct. 26 2-5p.m. View Holiday floral arrangements, listen to an organ and piano recital followed by a flower arranging demo and a sumptuous sit-down traditional English Tea. Tickets available from the church office at $20. Call 770-253-4264 for details.

• Coweta’s Kim Carter has released a new book, “Deadly Odds,” and will be having a book signing at Barnes & Noble in Newnan on Oct. 26, from noon to 4 p.m. Barnes & Noble in Newnan is located at 342 Newnan Crossing Bypass and can be reached for further info at 770-304-2114.

• “Pinocchio” will be opening at Southside Theatre Guild on Halloween night. Pinocchio is a fresh and exciting retelling of the beloved tale. Join Pinocchio, Jimmy Cricket and all the Puppets on a wild adventure. Performances at Southside Theatre Guild on 20 West Campbellton Street in Fairburn. “Pinocchio” will run through Nov. 17. Tickets are $14 (in advance) for first weekend, $16 all other weekends and $8 for kids under 12. For tickets and info, go to stgplays.com or call 770-969-0956.

• Each year, Peachtree City Fire Department and the Peachtree City Optimists jointo provide a fun, safe evening for the family in conjunction with Halloween. While the Fire Department, at 110 Paschall Road, provides a haunted house, the Peachtree City Optimists open their doors to a "House of Clues." Event will be Oct. 25 and 26 from 7 to 9 p.m.

• Pickin’ on the Square — Main Street Newnan hosts Pickin' on the Square on the first and third Saturday of every month at 11 a.m. on the Court Square. Musicians are invited to play. All music genres and skill levels are welcome as long as it’s acoustic.

• Rebel Reelers Square Dance Club — Dances 8-10p.m. first and third Fridays at Coweta Recreation Department on Hospital Road, Newnan. Meets in Johnny Brown Building. Square dancing and round dancing, along with finger foods. Club offers lessons. Details: Darline Barge, Pres., 770-617-1211; barged@bellsouth.net.



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