Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum will host a walking tour of The Martha Berry School for Girls on Saturday, Feb. 29 from 10:30 a.m. to noon.
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The Mount Berry Mall announced the organizations participating in Color for a Cause, a live mural coloring contest and shopping event March 3 that raises funds and awareness for local causes.
Larry Lester, co-founder of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, will mark the centennial of organized black baseball with a public lecture at Berry on Thursday, Feb. 27, in McAllister Auditorium beginning at 5 p.m.
Local and area fans of pop-culture and comic books can celebrate a day of fandom at CoosaCon, Rome’s own comic convention which comes to the Coosa Valley Fairgrounds on March 28.
Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum will host a free Drop-in and Draw event in its museum galleries from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 20.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission warns parents and caregivers of young children about the suffocation hazard presented by uninflated toy balloons and pieces of broken balloons.
The League of Women Voters of Rome-Floyd County in partnership with Rome Area History Museum will be hosting the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum’s Traveling Wall, Winning the Vote, and Vintage Suffrage Postcard Exhibit from Feb. 17-28.
Larry Lester, co-founder of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, will mark the centennial of organized black baseball with a public lecture at 5 p.m. Feb. 27, in the Berry College McAllister Auditorium.
Rome’s community Chorus, The Three Rivers Singers, will present “Valentunes VII,” featuring romantic songs to help celebrate Valentine’s Day.
“Summerville Collects: Local Treasures by Howard Finster,” is an exhibit of Finster’s work that will be on display March 7-31 at Paradise Garden in Summerville.
In a little over half an hour after starting their “Tea with Frankie” event, the Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home had 59 visitors step into the historic house.
Local Girl Scouts are ready to open cookie booths on Monday, Feb 10. Now is the time to stock up on your favorite Thin Mints or Samoas. Or perhaps you would like to try the new cookie, Lemon-ups, a lemon sandwich cookie with inspiring messages on each cookie.
Artworks by Shorter University faculty members Margie Monde and Fabrice Poussin will be featured in an exhibit at the university’s Arnold Art Gallery through Friday.
The League of Women Voters of Rome-Floyd County in partnership with Rome Area History Museum will be hosting the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum's Traveling Wall, Winning the Vote, and Vintage Suffrage Postcard Exhibit from Monday February 17 to Friday, February 28. The Museum's traveling…
Rome Area Council for the Arts and Redmond Regional Medical Center have teamed up for the 7th annual Rome Community HeART Project in celebration of National Heart Month.
To encourage an opportunity for a positive public speaking experience for 4-H participants, the Floyd County Extension office, hosted the Northwest Cloverleaf District Project Achievement on Jan. 25 at Georgia Highlands College.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning parents and caregivers to remove all plastic film coverings on toys and other children’s products because they can pose a choking hazard to children.
A poet, a textbook writer, a novelist, a memoirist and a chaplain shared their journeys of getting books published with students and wannabe adult authors Thursday at Berry College.