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6 Spooky Things to Do in Augusta This Fall

Cooler weather, changing leaves, and pumpkins can only mean one thing – fall is here! This season, there are plenty of ways to have a little spooky (or sort-of-spooky) fun in Augusta. MAKE A FOREVER PUMPKIN October 2022 Carving pumpkins is a beloved fall tradition by many, but you haven’t carved…

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10 Free (Or Almost Free) Things to Do This Fall

Fall in Augusta's River Region is glorious. It's the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the changing foliage or cozy up with a warm cup of coffee. Here are 10 things for $10 or less to do in Augusta. You can also check out our Free Things to Do page for more year-round suggestions! 1. Sense…

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Places to Brunch in Augusta

It seems the masses have decided that weekends are made for brunch. Augusta is just the place to enjoy a delicious brunch with friends. So what are the options? Whether you're looking for bottomless mimosas to accompany your traditional breakfast or out-of-the-box cuisine with creative cocktails, we…

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Kayaking in Downtown Augusta

Augusta's River Region has some of the most diverse paddling from the Savannah River to the Augusta Canal, but one of the coolest kayaking experiences includes views of downtown Augusta. Some of Augusta's most notable structures can be seen along the Savannah River including the Augusta Riverwalk…

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Honoring our nation’s heroes on Memorial Day

Memorial Day represents a day of national awareness and reverence, honoring Americans who died while defending the nation and its values. Augusta has several monuments and memorials throughout the city that honor service members for their bravery, sacrifice, and honor on foreign fields and homeland…

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Hispanic Festival

Note: This blog was written last year after the Hispanic Festival. The 2011 Hispanic Festival is this weekend - October 8th & 9th. Augusta is home to many different festivals, celebrating all sorts of different things. Each year in the fall the Hispanic American Cultural Association in Augusta…

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