LAKE OCONEE — Halcyon Hospice is looking for volunteers to provide companionship and socialization to terminally ill patients and their caregivers. There is something for everyone’s talents, time and abilities. Volunteer opportunities include, but are not limited to: playing music, reading, crafts and clerical support. Contact Tami Dedels at (678) 943-3585.
Join Greene County Schools Superintendent Dr. Barbara Pulliam Davis for a cup of coffee on Saturday, Jan. 26, from 9-10:30 a.m. in the media center of Anita White Carson Middle School, 1010 S. Main St., Greensboro.
“Coffee with the Superintendent” is an informal meeting that is open to all parents, students, teachers and community members who want to learn more about the Greene County School System or want to share suggestions on how to improve student achievement.
“Coffee with the Superintendent provides an open form for me to talk with parents and community members about programs and initiatives, student achievement and other important issues that are impacting the lives of our students,” said Superintendent Davis.
For more information about the coffee and conversation series, please contact Robyn Brunson, Communications Coordinator, at (706) 454-1024.
STMA and The Plaza Arts Center in Eatonton present “Mothers and Children: Beyond Sentiment.” This show features a collection of paintings depicting the theme of mother and child. The show is located at The Plaza Arts Center, 305 N. Madison Ave., Eatonton.
January through Feb.
Reynolds Plantation has opened their seasonal ice skating rink. Access to the rink is complimentary for resort guests, $40 per four-hour session for adults, $30 per four-hour session per child (12 and under). The price includes a skate rental.
January through March
STMA, 4200 Bethany Road, Buckhead, will present “Steffen Thomas Prints and Printmaking.” The exhibit contains Steffen Thomas’ hand pulled prints, printmaking plates and tools. For more information, call (706) 342-7557.
The Madison Artists Guild proudly presents “Point of Origin,” the debut show of local artist Katharine Wibell, at MAG’s new quarterly venue, Perk Avenue. Several years ago, Wibell, a recent graduate of both Mercer University’s Fine Art and Psychology programs, became interested in stippling and pointillism.