St. Patrick’s SUPER Saturday in Dublin, GA

St. Patrick’s Day weekend is one of the year’s most anticipated weekends in Dublin, GA. Events will be held throughout Dublin on Saturday, March 16th beginning at 8:00 am. Make sure to grab your green and check out these seven ways to have a spectacular Super Saturday in Dublin, GA:

  1. Leprechaun Road Race: Begin your Super Saturday with a little exercise and a whole lot of fun at the 43rd annual Leprechaun Road Race. The last day for registration is Thursday, March 14th. The race begins at 8:00 am on Saturday, March 16th. Register online for the 1 Mile Fun Run/ Walk, 5K, or 10K here: https://raceroster.com/events/2019/21004/2019-st-patricks-leprechaun-road-race
  2. St. Patrick’s Arts and Crafts Festival: Enjoy the live music, taste sweet treat from food vendors, and browse beautiful handmade crafts in Downtown Dublin’s Market on Madison. Kids will enjoy bouncy houses, slides, and a petting zoo. There is truly something for everyone at the St. Patrick’s Arts and Crafts Festival!
  3. Dublin St. Patrick’s Parade: After you run in the Leprechaun Road Race, take a seat in downtown Dublin to watch the parade. Make sure to get your seat early! The parade begins at 10:30 am, but Jackson Street and Bellevue Avenue will be filled with a sea of green early.
  4. ShamROCK: Rock the night away in Stubbs Park with live performances between 4 pm and 9 pm. While you’re there, grab some dinner at Munchies in the Park! There will be good music and good food, what more do you need?

Super Saturday is a day filled with fun events for the whole family to enjoy. Whether you call Dublin your hometown or you’re just passing through, you will be glad to be here on St. Patrick’s Day weekend!

Your Dream Home Awaits

Take a minute and imagine your dream home…

You may envision an open floor plan, 9 foot ceilings with crown molding and baseboards, first floor master suite, beautiful hardwoods, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, or plenty of room for you and your family. You may imagine a home where the grass is kept cut for you so that you have time to spend your days relaxing by the pool, practicing your putting skills, or fishing.

What would you think if we told you that house existed? Think it’s too good to be true? Think again!

Your dream home exists right here in Moore Station Village at 103 Village Drive. This Craftsman style home features four bedrooms and three bathrooms with an open floor plan that is just the right fit for your family!

103 Village Drive, the newest home on the block in Moore Station Village, is everything you’ve been dreaming of! Contact Jennifer Wilson at 478-484-5433 for a private tour of our community or for more information.

103 Village Drive is listed with Coldwell Banker Curry Residential.

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DOWNTOWN DUBLIN- WHERE THE DREAM BEGAN

Martin Luther King, Jr. Monument Park in Dublin, GA

Seventy-five years ago at First African Baptist Church in Dublin GA, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his first public speech. On April 17, 1944, the Colored Elks Club of Georgia held their state convention at First African Baptist Church and sponsored an essay contest. Here, a young Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered a speech entitled “The Negro and The Constitution” which depicted his yearning for true equality for the people of his race. This speech led to the spark of what is now known as the Civil Rights Movement.

Today, Martin Luther King, Jr. Monument Park in Downtown Dublin stands in honor of the speech that was delivered so many years ago and serves to inspire current and future generations. The park features several unique displays that help illustrate the journey of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement. The First African Baptist Church Photomural gives a glimpse as to what the church looked like on the day of the infamous speech while A Vision for the Future, a mural by Corey Barksdale, uses bold colors to motivate new generations to strive for a peaceful future. While you are visiting the park, you will also have the option to listen to an audio tour that brings four different stories and the Civil Rights Movement to life.

For more information about the First African Baptist Church and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Monument Park, please visit https://www.firstafricanbaptistdublinga.com/