As the weekend approaches, Georgia residents have a plethora of exciting activities to choose from, catering to a variety of interests. Whether you're a culinary enthusiast, history buff, or someone looking for chilly thrills, Georgia has something for everyone this weekend. Here's our Georgia Radio - Weekend Roundup!
1. Big Green Egg Boot Camp at A&S Culinary Concepts: Calling all foodies and aspiring chefs! A&S Culinary Concepts is hosting the Big Green Egg Boot Camp on Saturday, August 12th, starting at 7:00 AM sharp. Participants will embark on a culinary adventure, firing up Big Green Eggs to prepare a mouthwatering menu including Brisket, Boneless Pork Butt, Saint Louis Ribs, and whole Chicken.
The day kicks off with breakfast and coffee prepared by the chefs, followed by a break to recharge before the afternoon session. In the afternoon, participants will collaborate to create fresh salads, creative macaroni and cheese, and delectable roasted vegetables. The finale involves grilling chickens on the Big Green Eggs, setting up for a delightful dinner at 6:00 PM. Each attendee is allowed to invite one guest for the feast, which concludes with desserts prepared on the Big Green Egg. The camp fee is $175.00, and details can be found here.
2. Savannah First Squares Culinary & Cultural Walking Tour: For those who prefer savoring flavors over cooking, the Savannah First Squares Culinary & Cultural Walking Tour is a perfect choice. This guided tour on Saturday promises a journey through Savannah's history, architecture, and unique culture while indulging in tastings at local eateries and specialty food stores.
The tour includes up to 6 stops, featuring a variety of local favorites such as shrimp and grits, pork belly donut sliders, and unique honey. The tastings add up to a full meal, providing a genuine southern lunch experience. To learn more and book your spot, visit Viator.
3. Ice Skating Extravaganza in Middle Georgia: For those in Middle Georgia seeking a cool adventure, public ice skating is back for the 2023-2024 season. Held at the Macon Coliseum, each one-hour session accommodates up to 150 individuals with a break for ice rink sanitization in between. Tickets are available online or at the Macon Coliseum Box Office, and early arrival is encouraged to secure a spot.
Skaters are reminded to bring a pair of socks and adhere to the clear bag policy for entry. With a focus on public safety, rules and staff instructions must be followed, including the prohibition of cell phone use on the ice. Learn more about the sessions and purchase tickets here.
Georgia continues to offer a vibrant array of weekend activities, and these are just a few highlights. For those with favorite events, share them with us at email@example.com, and we'll help spread the word on our next Georgia Radio Weekend Roundup! Enjoy your weekend of culinary delights, cultural exploration, and frosty fun in the Peach State.