Through her “One fish, two fish, red fish, new fish!” presentation, Katie Owens will underscore the “biological treasure trove” of the Upper Coosa River Basin at Tellus Science Museum Wednesday.
As her reign as the Distinguished Young Woman of Bartow County nears its end, Sydney Shultz is delighted to help others embark on their journeys with the national scholarship program.
Looking to bolster awareness and funds, the Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter will present its second annual Cartersville Dances With the Stars 5K Race March 4.
Continuing to serve the local Spanish-speaking community, the Bartow Hispanic Center will offer Stewards of Children March 4.
Proud to follow in her father’s footsteps, Joy Hill Watson is looking forward to bringing “people together through food, fellowship and worship” at the late Rev. Matthew Hill’s Wild Feast.
Continuing their “great partnership,” Chattahoochee Technical College and the Bartow County Cooperative Extension Office will present the fourth annual Northwest Georgia Green Industry & Gardening Symposium.
Hoping audience members will depart smiling, TheatreExtreme will present “An Afternoon of One Act Plays” Sunday. Starting at 3 p.m., the three selections will be performed at Olin Tatum Agricultural Building’s Stiles Auditorium, 320 W. Cherokee Ave. in Cartersville.