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6 p.m.; High Point Baptist Church, Ga. 12025 Highway 36, near Hendersons; Scarlett Temple; love offering. Field of Greens Festival
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Whippoorwill Hollow Organic Farm, 3905 Ga. Highway 138, Covington; $20 in advance, $25 at door; more than 25 of the best farm-to-table chefs from Atlanta, Athens and places in-between offer some of their finest locally- inspired dishes; 50 food artisans, exhibitors, farmers; a Kids Village, live music, silent auction. Admission price unlimited tastings. fieldofgreensfestival. com, Facebook “Field of Greens Festival” or email fieldofgreensfestival@ gmail.com. Gospel Singing
6 p.m.; The Common Garments Quartet; Ebenezer Baptist Church, between Monroe and Social Circle, 3861 Ebenezer Church Road; (770) 267-4025. Gospel Singing
6 p.m.; Sewell Methodist church; Mansfield; The Cleghorn’s; (770) 842-5482. Revival with Pastor Matt Stacy
Through Oct. 3, Sunday 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday through Wednesday 7 p.m.; Harvest Baptist Church, 2075 Ga. Highway 212, Covington; hbccovington. com; (770) 787-7275.
Mansfield City Council Called Work Session
6 p.m.; Mansfield City Hall.
WEDNESDAY Newton High Class of 1961
11:30 a.m.; Hot Rod’s Diner, Social circle (behind the Blue Willow); classmates and spouses invited; Phyllis White Allgood (770) 267-4259; newtoncountyhighschool1961.com.
Fall Career Fair
9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.; GPTC Newton Center; 8100 Bob Williams Parkway. Political Forum
7 p.m.; Newton County Historical Courthouse; sponsored by Newton County Voters League; candidates for Newton County Coroner, Newton County Chairman Board of Commissioners, Newton County Board of Commissioners, Newton County Board of Education, Newton County Sheriff; Roger Smith (770) 787-2142.
FRIDAY Yard Sale
Oct. 5 and 6, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Rainbow Covenant Ministries youth yard sale; Turner Lake Circle. Eastside’s Got Talent
6:30 p.m.; EHS Auditorium; solo and group acts compete for cash prizes in dance, vocal and instrumental; adults $5, Senior citizens $4, students and teachers $3. (678) 3425848 Joel Singleton. Red Oak Preschool Fall Festival
5 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Fun for the entire family; bingo for the adults, moon walk, face painting, food, games, candy, prizes and a cake walk. All games are .50 each.
Social Circle Friendship Festival
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; downtown business district, intersection of Hightower Trail and Cherokee Road; parade at 10 a.m.; welcome from mayor at 11 a.m.; Luke Pilgrim performs at 2 p.m.; children’s activities, booths and food. Free Vision Screening
10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; visit Social Circle Lions Club Booth.