Think Pink! 10 Things to Do before the Macon Cherry Blossom Festival is Over

It finally feels like SPRING! I don't know about you, but the residents at John-Wesley Villas have been looking forward to warmer weather for what feels like forever. Nothing signals it's time to get outside more than Macon's Cherry Blossom Festival. We've already been visited by the fabulous Cherry Blossom Court, and we've got all sorts of fun planned, but I wanted to list a few ideas for those of you who don't have a personal Activities Director. cherry_blossom_court1. March 24th:  Free Cherry Blossom Cupcakes at Amanda’s Cakery, 312 Cotton Ave.

11 am-12 noon  FREE

 2. An Evening of Music, Performing Arts Center of Central High School, 2155 Napier Ave

7 pm  FREE

  3. March 25: Spring Spirit Stroll Tours, Historic Riverside Cemetery 1301 Riverside Dr.

6 pm  $10.00

  4. Jars of Clay – Live in Concert at the Cox Capitol Theater, 382 Second St.

7 pm Tickets start at 15.00

  5. March 26: 1st Presbyterian Church Historical & Architectural Interpretation 682 Mulberry Street

1 pm - 3 pm  Free

6. Night of Jazz at the Cox featuring the Tony Monaco Trio with Howard Paul                 Cox Capitol Theater

Free admission with 2014 pin/10.00

  7. March 27: A World of Song featuring Mercer University Children’s Choir                    The Grand Opera House

6 pm Free admission with 2014 pin/10.00

8. March 28: Ocmulgee National Monument Lantern Light Tour, 1207 Emery Hwy.

7:30 – 9 pm, $5.00

  9. Pink Pancake Breakfast, Central City Park

7 a.m. – 10 am,  $5.00

  10. March 29: Mulberry Street Arts & Crafts Festival

10 am – 5 pm Free admission

Bonus Fun: Come to John-Wesley Villas for a tour and meet our wonderful residents! It may just be the highlight of the festival.

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