Did you know that the Southeast’s largest tractor parade is held right here in Morgan County? Bostwick, just north of Madison, celebrates its agricultural heritage once a year at their annual Cotton Gin Festival. This year the Festival will be held on Saturday November 4 and the parade begins at 11:00 a.m. With over 100… Continue reading Bostwick Cotton Gin Festival
Just a Few of My Favorite Things: 1. My dog 2. The Fall Season 3. Madison, Georgia And the more I thought about it… those things go together quite well! Madison is such a fun place to explore and who better to explore with than your four legged friend?! Read along for details on the… Continue reading Fall Fun with Fido
It will be a chili day in Madison on Saturday, October 7- we guarantee it! Now that’s chili, not chilly (we can’t make those kinds of guarantees)! Get ready for a local favorite, Madison’s Annual Chili Cook-Off and Fall Festival! You don’t have to be a chili-expert in order to judge this contest. With the… Continue reading Madison’s Downtown Chili Cook-off
Daydreaming of sipping a pumpkin spiced latte and stocking up on Halloween Candy? I know I am! It’s about time to take to the streets with boots and scarves because the dog days of summer are in the rear-view mirror! School is back in session and suddenly the scenery has changed! There’s a drizzle here… Continue reading Fall 4 Madison
Two nights of Firefly fun are fast approaching. Have you made your plans yet?! Here’s what you need to know. Kids’ Night! Friday 7/28/2017 Bring your kids (12 and under) out to Madison for a fun-filled evening in Town Park. This ticketed event costs $5 per child (accompanying adults enter for free) and lasts from… Continue reading Firefly Festival July 28 & 29
Not only does August bring back to school festivities and frenzy, but there are also great opportunities for family fun in the Small But Special town of Rutledge! Check out these must make events happening right here in Morgan County this August! The Rutledge Summer Concert Series Don’t miss your last few chances to spend… Continue reading Rutledge Run Down!
Let me tell you a story about the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center (MMCC). The 1895 Romanesque Revival building located in the heart of Madison originally served as the towns first graded schoolhouse. The progressive educational facility offered a separate classroom for each grade level one through seven. After years of school use and a brief period… Continue reading Storytime at the Cultural Center