Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Even though summer is over, that doesn’t mean the fun weekends have to be over with it! If you need to find some things to do this weekend in Augusta, September 29-October 1? We’ve got you!

How about the 2023 Hispanic Festival?

This festival is a way to gather and promote the Hispanic culture in the CSRA. And how to preserve it for years to come!

When we think of festivals we think of food, music, and community. This festival here is no different.

This festival focuses on five 5 key ways to ensure the community is satisfied:

Traditions– Just like any other thing, traditions begin with an idea, that is then passed down from generation to generation. That is what this festival is all about, an Augusta tradition to help continue and cultivate the Hispanic culture within the community. Keeping the tradition alive!

Wellness and Health– In any culture health and wellness is very important. At this festival, they want to bring resources to the forefront to be able to connect with the community. This could also be a door to a better lifestyle.

Workforce Connections – It’s not always what you know, but who you know. When it comes to the workforce that is a big thing – they want to bridge the gap between employees and employers by allowing them to receive the necessary resources for guidance.

Community – Community as previously stated is a huge component. This is a way to stay in tune and support local businesses, such as realtors, local restaurants, and Hispanic-ran businesses. Even being able to connect the community with resources to vote if wish to do so.

Education – Every day is a chance to learn something new. Be connected with ESL classes, scholarships, and more.

If you want to experience this vibrant festival, keep your calendars open for Friday, September 29, or Saturday, September 30.

But the weekend events don’t stop there, check out what other things to do in Augusta this weekend.

  • Full Moon Hike

    Want to hear the night sounds of tree frogs or the hoots of owls? Friday night, September 29, at Phinizy Swamp Nature Park you can take a guided hike through the Natura Park Trails. The event will take place from 5 pm – 10 pm.

  • Finnigan Family Paint Party!

    Join Wine and Design for a no wine- family friendly paint night. This will take place Saturday afternoon 12:30pm – 2:30pm. This paint party is meant for all ages and no artistic skill is needed.

  • CSRA Brick Con 2023

    Are you a Lego fan? This weekend you have the opportunity to be in a Lego paradise. Saturday, September 30th, and Sunday, October 1st at the Columbia County Library, there will be displays of unimaginable creations made all out of legos. And it’s all Free!

  • Children's Week Parade

    This event kicks off Children’s Week 2023 in the CSRA! The children’s week kick-off parade will be held sunday, october 1. The parade will take place in downtown augusta between 7th and 12th street.

  • Family Fun Festival

    Happy kids play outdoor. Children skipping rope in sunny garden. Summer holiday fun. (Summer Alert: Beware of These Risky Activities for Kids)

    Sunday, October 1 starting at 3:30 pm, the Augusta Commons will be the destination for the Family Fun Festival. The family fun festival will include vendors, music, inflatables, and more.

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