May 19

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Wetherbee Planetarium

Wetherbee Planetarium

On multiple days

The Wetherbee Planetarium is proud to be considered a valuable educational resource in South Georgia, sharing not just fulldome educational films, but also producing live presentations on a wide variety of astronomy topics. Go >

May 17

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AMA Toddler Takeover

AMA Toddler Takeover

On multiple days

Engage your child’s creativity through exhibitions, art-making, stories, and tours. Explore, learn and create each week with a different activity and theme. Go >

May 20

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Women’s Conference: Heart, Mind and Soul

Women’s Conference: Heart, Mind and Soul

On multiple days

On behalf of Senior Pastor, Rev. Carl H. White, Jr. and the conference committee, you are cordially invited to inspire, educate, and ignite the women of Albany, around and across the southwest region. A full weekend of food, friends, and fellowship that you won’t want to miss! The services are as follows: Friday, May 18, 2018, Friday Service, 7 pm - 9 pm. Saturday, May 19, 2018: Women’s Brunch & Expo, 11 am - 2 pm. Sunday, May 20, 2018: “Pink-Out” Church Service, 10 am. Don’t miss out! Registration is open now. The events will be held at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 400 Pine Avenue Albany, GA 31701. For more information call (229) 436-1284 or email friendshipalbany@outlook.com Go >

May 20

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Flint RiverQuarium Animal Encounters

Flint RiverQuarium Animal Encounters

On multiple days

Animal Encounters take place throughout the aquarium on the weekend, but are normally scheduled for Saturday at 11:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. and on Sunday at 4:00 p.m. in Skywater. Go >

May 19

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2018 Fishing Rodeo

2018 Fishing Rodeo

On multiple days

Free to the public. Georgia fishing license required for ages 16 and up. Kids must have adult supervision. Go >

May 19

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ASU Club #5091 Toastmasters Meeting

ASU Club #5091 Toastmasters Meeting

On multiple days

Interested in improving your communication and public speaking skills? What about growing as a leader and gaining more confidence? Come check out ASU Toastmasters Club! Toastmasters provides a fun and supportive environment for each member to develop and improve public speaking skills, leadership skills, time management, and more! Go >

May 19

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Our Marvelous Moon

Our Marvelous Moon

May. 19, 11:00AM – 11:30AM

Since April's planetarium talk was canceled we rescheduled it for May 19th from 11:00am to 11:30am in the Wetherbee Planetarium. Travel to the moon with our staff Astronomer, Jim, as he discusses all the wonders of our marvelous moon and other moons in our solar system. This event is free and open to the public. Go >

May 20

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Dive Shows

Dive Shows

On multiple days

Dive Shows take place at the Blue Hole viewing window and are included with general admission. Go >

May 20

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Discovery Days: Bloom Where You Are Planted!

Discovery Days: Bloom Where You Are Planted!

May. 20, 2:00PM – 4:00PM

Native plants have adapted to their environment, growing and blooming with no special care. They are the foundation of our natural ecosystems and protect biodiversity, or the variety of life found in an ecosystem. In addition to providing vital habitat for birds, many other species of wildlife benefit as well. At Discovery Days this month, learn to identify native flowers and flowering plants from real specimens collected by our staff. Explore the art of pressing flowers to preserve their beauty and make your own flower out of tissue paper! Free for members or included with cost of admission. Go >

May 22

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Toddler Takeover

Toddler Takeover

On multiple days

Engage your child’s creativity through exhibitions, art-making, stories, and tours. Explore, learn and create each week with a different activity and theme. Go >

May 22

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Salute to the Armed Forces

Salute to the Armed Forces

May. 22, 11:22AM

Join the Albany Symphony Orchestra and the Southwest Georgia community in a tribute to our Armed Forces on Armed Forces Day. Featuring American Classics you know by heart, this concert will honor those in service to our country, both near and far, with a special thank you to our local servicemen and women at the Marine Corp Base. From sea to shining sea, we salute you and invite you to join us! Go >

May 22

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Opening Night – Spotlight on the Orchestra

Opening Night – Spotlight on the Orchestra

May. 22, 7:30PM

The Albany Symphony Orchestra is kicking off the 2018-2019 season by putting the spotlight on our principal players! We will showcase compositions by Camille St. Saëns – his popular CARNIVAL OF THE ANIMALS – and Igor Stravinsky’s A SOLDIER’S TALE, highlighting each musician and his/her instrument of choice. The Albany Symphony Orchestra is comprised of professional musicians from all over the region, many, artists in their own right. Join us as we take some time and get to know them a little bit better. Go >