Events are on the schedule Monday-Friday, including Tuesday, “Downtown Is Alive Day.” Strolling tours through historic downtown Waycross will be taking place all day as citizens are urged to visit the district.
A celebration with music in the park and an appearance by Thomas the Train will highlight the big day Tuesday.
Michael Angelo and the Glory Band, featuring gospel and contemporary music, will perform beginning at 11:30 a.m. in Doughboy Park. The Riders, Chris and Laurie Rider, featuring rock, Indie, folk and country music, will perform at 1 p.m.
Children are invited to visit with Thomas the Train from 4 to 6 p.m.
For more information, call 283-7787.
Other events next week include something for everyone. On Monday from 10 to 2 at the City Auditorium there’s a community fair to let service organizations and businesses display for the public what they have to offer.
“Downtown Is Alive Day” on Tuesday will feature the strolling tours with visits to new shops and restaurants.
“Centenarians Day” will be a celebration of life for the city’s 100-year-old citizens. Attendees must be 75 or older to attend at the City Auditorium Wednesday.
Thursday will be “City Employee Recognition Day,” a veterans benefits workshop is set at the City Auditorium Friday, and Friday night there will be a “free movie at dusk” in Phoenix Park. The movie (Finding Nemo), popcorn and soft drinks will be free.