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2014 Calendar of Events

The Village at Indian Springs Amphitheater Presents Party Nation!

August 23

Come enjoy the highly entertaining 8 piece band, performing oldies and current favorites! Gates open at 6pm, concert begins at 7:30pm. Beer and wine will be sold. Brown bagging not allowed by State. The band will play rain or shine!

Tables of 8 $250~Lawn $15

Call or visit The Big Chief Country Store for tickets 770-775-5350

-SEPTEMBER-

"Ask the Naturalist" Lost Prevention at Indian Springs State Park

Sep 1, 2014 12 PM to 4 PM

 Sep 6, 2014 12 PM to 4 PM

Sep 7, 2014 12 PM to 4 PM

Discuss how not to get lost and what to do if you or someone else is missing. Also tour the museum and sample the natural spring water. $5 parking. 770-504-2277.

Quilts and Woodturners Exhibition

Sept 6-Oct 11

At The Arts Center.

Native American Festival
Sept 6-7
Make plans to attend the 24th annual Indian Springs Native American Festival and PowWowto be held at the Indian Spring Hotel/Museum. Bring your family to listen to the old stories, see the colorful Native American regalia, and enjoy the traditional music. Hear the singing by noted artists and the beating of the ceremonial drums. The featured performers are the Poarch Creek Stomp Dancers from Atmore, Alabama who will perform dances that can be traced back through the centuries. We will also be welcoming our special guests, the Winged Ambassadors (Birds of Prey) with Dale Arrowood, Conservationist and Master Falconer, who will provide educational facts and interesting details about each bird. Don't miss the Grand Entry at 1:00p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. Please visit the many Native American vendors featuring arts, crafts, and demonstrations. The beautiful Indian Spring Hotel/Museum, built by Chief William McIntosh in 1823, will be open for tours and then take a stroll through the lovely Elizabeth Harris garden. Perhaps you may even see some butterflies!!! The hours are from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm on Saturday and 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Sunday. There is a donation of $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children under 12. Infants are free. Free parking is across the street. For additional information, please contact Trina Mansfield, at770-655-5905, or e-mail 
t_r_m@etcmail.com

Indian Springs Writer's Conference

Sept 12,13,14

Register by calling 770-775-1696. Fee of $65 includes continental breakfast both days and Saturday boxed lunch

Beginning Photography Instructed by Alan Jones

Sept 20-21

1pm-4pm both days. Learn basics with your camera with practical application. $40 fee.

  Village at Indian Springs Amphitheater Presents "So You Think You Have Talent?"

Sept 20

Come be entertained by talented individuals performing on The Village at Indian Springs Amphitheater stage. Gates open at 6pm. Event starts at 7:30pm. Beer and wine will be sold. Brown bagging not allowed by State. Please bring rain coats, the show will go on rain or shine. Tickets $5. Children under 3 free. Auditions August 9, 2014 4pm-8pm. Call The Big Chief Country Store for Tickets & Audition Appointment

Improving Your Photography with Alan Jones

Sept 27-28

Improve your knowledge, skills and techniques as you shoot and print photos. Materials provided. $40 fee

Junior Angler Fishing Rodeo - Your State Parks Day- Indian Springs State Park

Sept 27

9:15 AM to 2 PM

Join us for a fun-filled morning where even little fish bring on big smiles and each fish caught makes you a prize-winning angler! Participants ages 15 and younger are welcomed with an adult. Please bring poles, tackle and chairs. This is a great opportunity for kids to learn about fishing while supporting our Georgia State Parks. 770-504-2277.

Movie Under the Stars at Dauset Trails

Sept 27, 2014

 Showtime will be 7:30 weather permitting. Movie title TBA. A free event for the whole family.

-OCTOBER-

Jackson Alive!

Oct 4

9am-4pm

Vendors, food, and fun for the whole family! Located in the Jackson Square.

Fall Hike at Indian springs State Park

Oct 4

10 AM to 11 AM

Bring your binoculars as we hike looking at the beautiful colors of the fall leafs and looking for wildlife, wear comfortable shoes, and bring water. Weather permitting.  $5 plus $5 parking. 770-504-2277.

Seven Islands Artifacts ID Day

Oct 11

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

We are thrilled to host the seventh annual Seven Islands Artifacts ID Day at the Indian Spring Hotel/Museum.   This event has become the Ocmulgee Archaeological Society's largest Artifact ID Day in Georgia, with over 200 people bringing artifacts to be identified last year, some dating back to the Paleo Indian period which was 12,000 to 15,000 years ago.  The public is invited to bring their artifacts to be identified and dated by members of the Ocmulgee Archaeological Society. Archaeologist, Stephen Hammack and several other members of the Ocmulgee Archaeological Society will be on hand to identify Indian artifacts from all periods and historic artifacts from the earliest days of settlement. Of special note, Georgia Paleoindian Recordation Project Coordinator Jerald Ledbetter and John Whatley, author of "An Overview of Georgia Projectile Points and Selected Cutting Tools," will be here to identify and record Clovis, Dalton, and other early projectile points. There will be several collections on display and flint-knapping demonstrations by Dave Swetmon.  For event information contact W.J. Shannon, 770-361-7185 or e-mail wjshannon123@bellsouth.net.

The Village at Indian Springs Film Festival

Oct 11

Come see new releases under the stars! Watch short and feature films by Georgia filmmakers. Gates open at 6, films begin at 7. Food and drinks will be available. Tickets $10. Enter your own 15-30 minute short film or feature film. Call 770-775-5350 for submissions and tickets.

12 Hours of Dauset
Oct 12

Gospel Sing-Off!

Oct 18

Enjoy the sounds of Heaven as church choirs compete. Burgers, dogs and other goodies sold by Trish's Dishes. Gates open at 6pm. Shows begins at 7pm. Tickets  are $5 and are available for purchase at The Big Chief. Call 770-775-5350.

 The Barn Terror at Dauset Trails

Oct 24-25

 starting at 7:00 pm. $5.00 admission per person at door.

  Pumpkin carving party at Dauset Trails

Oct 26, 2014

 4:00 pm at Pavilion 1. $5.00 with your own pumpkin; $10.00 without

Village Wide Yard Sale and Halloween Costume Contest!

Oct 25- 26
    Come dressed in your funniest, scariest or oat creative for $500 cash prize to be announced at 4pm!

Call Big Chief Country Store at 770-775-5350.

"The Barn" Terror at Dauset Trails

Oct 31-November 1

 starting at 7:00 pm. $5.00 admission per person at door

 -NOVEMBER-

Civil War Living History Event at High Falls

 Nov 15

8 AM to 5 PM

This day-long event will include educational presentations on U.S. Gen. Kilpatrick's troops, cooking demonstration, firing demonstration, and camp life of the soldiers.  Free but donations accepted $5 parking. 478-993-3053.

Cane Syrup Demonstration at Dauset Trails Nature Center
Nov 23, 2014
Work will be in progress when we open at 9:00 am. Come watch sugar cane juice transform into the best tasting cane syrup cooked over fire in an 80 gallon kettle. This event is always the Saturday before Thanksgiving. Call 770-775-6798 for more information.

Santa Mike at Indian Springs Pavillion

Nov 29

Bring the family for a magical evening at Indian Springs State Park. Visit Santa and hear stories by the fire. Enjoy milk, cookies and games from 6pm-9pm.

 -DECEMBER-

Lighting the Night Celebration
Dec 6
The Village comes alive and is transformed into a winter wonderland with thousands of twinkling lights.  Each shop is appropriately decorated and features unique gifts to choose from.  Horse drawn carriage rides complete with sleigh bells add to the magic of the season. Carriage rides $2.00. Cuddle up with a cup of hot chocolate or coffee next to the dual indoor fireplace at Pinky’s Parlor & Café.  Children enjoy pictures with Santa while adults enjoy the Christmas music that is piped thru the entire Village.  Poinsettias, wreaths and garland is available for sale at Watkins Outfitters.  Gingerbread house contest a Pinky’s Parlor & Café.  Stop by and stroll through the gardens or even stay the night in one of our holiday decorated cottages.

Christmas Tour of Homes and Historic Sites in The Village and Butts County

Dec 6, 2014 from 2pm-8pm

Come see a historic Christmas in southern style. Purchase tickets at Big Chief country store or call for reservations.

 

 

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1834 Hwy 42 South

Flovilla, GA 30216

770-312-7665

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1834 Hwy 42 South
Flovilla, GA 30216
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