McDonough is a city in Georgia that never runs out of activities for locals and guests to enjoy.
On Sept. 22 to 24, all roads will led to the Atlanta Motor Speedway for the annual Imagine Music Festival 2017, a one-of-a-kind event that gives people a chance to do any activity in just one venue.
Imagine Music Festival 2017 features circus acts, art space, splash pool, barre and yoga, silent disco, festival football, field game and activities, and role model fashion show. (Click here for details of the event http://www.imaginefestival.com/).
Greet the start of fall at Southern Belle Farm with its Fall 2017 Opening Day on Sept. 23.
Fall is a special season at Southern Belle Farm, a historic 330-acre family farm located along Turner Church Road. The farm is celebrating the harvest in an old-fashioned way – with 2 acres of pumpkins, 4 acres of corn maze, more than 20 outdoor attractions, and fun activities such as campfires, pig races, kiddie corral, corn cannon, cow train, pedal carts, jumping pillow and rubber duck races. (Click here for details http://southernbellefarm.com/)
Celebrate the sounds of summer at McDonough’s Summer Concert Series on the Square featuring The Henley Varner Band on Sept. 16 and The Andrews Brothers Dueling Pianos on Oct. 7. Admission is free. Just bring your lawn chairs. (See here for details https://www.facebook.com/MainStreetMcDonoughProgram/).
Love animals? Join the Noah’s Ark Camp Safari on Sept. 29 to 30 at the Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary, a non-profit educational sanctuary for exotic animals as well as farm animals numbering over 1,500.
Camp Safari features big cat and alligator feeding demonstrations, reptile encounter, wagon ride through pasture, flashlight safari, bonfire and s’mores, and surprise animal encounter. (Visit this site for more details http://www.noahs-ark.org/)
You will surely love the Atlanta Air Show on October 14 to 15 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
The Atlanta Motor Speedway will become the world’s first “Aerial Stadium” that will give you a new way to experience an air show.
The air show will feature a full capabilities demonstration of the U.S. Air Force F-16 Viper, a compact multi-role fighter aircraft, with Capt. John Waters as the demo team pilot; the Navy F/A-18F Super Hornet, a twin-engine fighter aircraft also known as the “Rhino”; and the U.S. Army Special Operations Command Black Daggers parachute team, which is comprised entirely of volunteers from throughout the Army Special Operations community who have diverse backgrounds and possess various military specialties. (Click here for more details http://airshowatlanta.com/).
With all these activities, locals and guests will definitely have a fun time in McDonough.