Middle Georgia Times - Macon Georgia Local News, Events, Classifieds and Alerts
Macon Mon. Jul 31 2023
This week there are a lot of different activities to do, include attending Downtown Macon's First Friday celebrations and much, much more the week of July 31st to August 6th.
Macon Weather: Saturday December 9
Wind: 4 MPH SSE
Chance of rain: 88%
Patchy rain possible, with a high of 71 and low of 53 degrees. Cloudy for the morning, patchy rain possible in the afternoon, cloudy in the evening, overcast overnight.
Macon Fri. Jul 28 2023
Bragg Jam will be in town on Saturday but there are plenty of other places to hear live music throughout the weekend.
Macon Thu. Jul 27 2023
Macon Mon. Jul 24 2023
Macon Fri. Jul 21 2023
Fans of The Great British Bake Off will not want to miss the finale event of the Great Macon Baking Week.
Macon Thu. Jul 20 2023
A huge variety of music performances will take place in Middle Georgia from Thursday through Sunday of this week.
Macon Wed. Jul 19 2023
Serial entrepreneur Ric Geyer has revived the Val-kill Furniture brand and brought it back to Macon.
Macon Mon. Jul 17 2023
Residents of Macon and other cities in Middle Georgia can enjoy the third week of July in a large variety of ways.
Macon Mon. Jul 10 2023
Middle Georgians can attend a taco centered block party, a comic convention, and much more the week of July 10th through July 16th
Macon Thu. Jul 6 2023
Macon Mon. Jul 3 2023
The first full week of July will feature Independence Day events, a three day festival celebrating all things related to pickles, and much more
Macon Sat. Jul 1 2023
There are multiple July 4th celebrations taking place from Friday through Tuesday of next week in counties around Middle Georgia
Macon Fri. Jun 30 2023
The first weekend of July lovers of live music in Middle Georgia have a large variety of choices, including a Tom Petty tribute band
Macon Thu. Jun 29 2023
Macon Unites Against Hate: Anti-Semitic Hate Group's Appearance at Temple Beth Israel Brought Out the Best in our Community
A recent hate filled action against the Jewish and LGBTQ community in Macon produced a heartwarming response of love and support from Middle Georgians