Peachtree City Blooms: Exploring the Charm of March in Georgia's Hidden Gem

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Say hello to our new PTC Ambassadors, Lee-Anne and Christopher! 🙌🏻

Every month they will venture out and explore a park, take part in a concert, dine at an eatery or play golf, and then report back sharing all the details about our gems right here in Peachtree City.

They dined at Grazing Here and rocked out to the band, The Fuze! Here’s what they had to say:
“We had so much fun Saturday night at Grazing Here! The band was awesome and we definitely suggest one cocktail that delivered a punch called Old Smokey Lemon Drop martini. For dinner, we couldn’t pass on their sweet potato fries! Yum!”

Stay tuned for their next adventure!

"Peachtree City’s Dogwood Delight: A Blossoming Tale of Nature's Beauty"

In the heart of Georgia, as winter fades away and spring tiptoes in, the landscape undergoes a magical transformation. March heralds the arrival of one of nature's most enchanting displays—the blossoming of dogwood trees. Let's delve into the captivating world of Georgia's dogwood blossoms, where each petal tells a tale of renewal and the promise of warmer days.

The blooming dogwood trees offer a visual symphony of color, symbolizing nature's renewal, and warmer days' arrival. Whether you're strolling through a Peachtree City park or exploring our 100+ miles of multi-use paths by golf cart, take a moment to appreciate the timeless beauty of Georgia's dogwood trees—a living testament to the state's natural splendor.

March happenings:
March 2 Hosted by: Peachtree City Recreation and Special Events
Wed & Sat
Peachtree City Farmers Market
Hosted by: Peachtree City Market
Wed & Sat
CAF Airbase Georgia Open House
See aircraft displays, restoration, and enjoy activities!
March 23 American Flat Track/Yamaha Short Track
Hosted by: Progressive American Flat Track at the Senoia Raceway
March 29-30 Wreaths Across America Mobile Exhibit
Location: Drake Field, Peachtree City
“Bring local communities and our military together with education, stories and interactive connections.”