11 of the best winter events in Augusta's River Region that you won't want to miss in December.


All Month

Seeds : This annual exhibit at the Westobou Gallery showcases the work of selected local artists for $300 or less.

Brett Cook-Dizney: The Masters : For the first time in 20 years, Brett Cook-Dizney's The Masters painting is on


display in its entirety at the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art. See it before the exhibit ends on January 11th.

Style and Attitude: Abstract Art in the South : Since its founding, the Morris Museum of Art has been a very active collector. This exhibition examines abstraction and abstract expressionism—the dominant mode of artistic expression in post–World War II America—through a Southern lens and reveals a too-little-seen but unusually rich and historically important aspect of the Morris Museum's permanent collection.

Parades & Tree Lighting Festivals : Communities across Augusta's River Region are celebrating the season with parades, tree lightings and events for the entire family. Check out our round-up for the full list.

Augusta 706ers : Augusta's minor league basketball team takes on Atlanta, Central Georgia, and Sarasota during their December home games at the James Brown Arena.

Lost Girls : Le Chat Noir presents this hard-hitting drama about the women of a blue-collar family struggling to rise above their limited prospects, in a world indifferent to their struggles.

December 1

Jingle Jam 10K : After the turkey and before the Christmas cookies, sign up to run (or walk) this fun-filled, Christmas-themed road race featuring entertainment, choirs, Santa Claus, and a costume contest.

December 4

Tuesday's Music Live : The Davidson Fine Arts School Chorale, performs at Saint Paul's for their annual December concert.

December 6

Jersey Boys : See the behind-the-music Broadway story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons at the Bell Auditorium. They were just four guys from New Jersey, until they sang their very first note. They had a sound nobody had ever heard…and the radio just couldn’t get enough of. But while their harmonies were perfect on stage, off stage it was a very different story – a story that has made them an international sensation all over again.

December 14

Asleep at the Wheel : See the country music group live on the historic Imperial Theatre stage as part of the Morris Museum of Art's Budweiser True Music Southern Soul & Song concert series.

December 29

Moon Taxi & Funk You : Augusta favorites, Funk You, join the five piece indie band from Nashville to perform live at the Miller Theater.