Summer Concert Series on the Square
Every summer, enjoy a concert in Forsyth’s historic downtown square. This event is family-friendly and features music of all kinds. Don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes! Did we mention that this event is free? Shows start at 8 p.m.
Tadpole School Hosted by High Falls
This monthly nature class, held on June 28th, July 26th, and Aug 16 from 10 AM – 11 AM, leads little ones to explore some big ideas with help from their parents and the Park Naturalist. Bring your polliwogs out to Shelter #4. Appropriate for ages 2-5. Register in advance by calling the park office at 478.993.3053. $5 Fee.
PADDLE GEORGIA 2018
Paddle Georgia 2018 – Yellow and Ocmulgee Rivers
Ocmulgee River Water Trail
Are you a kayaking enthusiast? Brave the rapids, or just coast the calm waters of the Ocmulgee River. Ocmulgee Water Trail invites you to enjoy the water hiking experience of a lifetime.
4th of july talent showcase
No matter what talent you possess, sign up for the Talent Showcase set for July 3rd from 7 pm – 10 pm at the Monroe County Recreation Park.
The registration application is available through June 15th at the Welcome Center (68 N. LEE ST. )
Fourth of July Fireworks
What would the summer be without a good old Fourth of July fireworks show? The Monroe County Parks and Recreation Department and Forsyth Main Street put on a fabulous display of fireworks every year!
BACK TO THE 80'S
The Backlot Players at the Rose Theater present July’s debut production of the the ’18 – ’19 season.
Take a totally tubular trip back to 1985, and indulge yourself in music, laughs, and nostalgia.
Forsyth Farmers Market
North Jackson St.
Forsyth, GA 31029
Every Friday beginning in May and lasting until October, purchase fresh fruits, vegetables, honey, dairy, homemade soap, and natural and organic goods from local farmers at the Forsyth Farmers Market. Stop by anytime between noon and 6 p.m. and see what delicious goodies you find! For information, contact Forsyth Mainstreet at 478.994.7747 or visit the website.