What’s happening this week in Macon

For the week of June 1-8

The three-day weekend may have left you exhausted and determined to get some chores done. But, with a week full of events this good, the laundry can wait.

Thursday, June 2

Pecos & The Rooftops

Texas band Pecos & The Rooftops play the Hargray Theatre on Thursday. Their newest E.P. “Red Eye” was released in January 2020.

8 p.m.-midnight; $20 General Admission at seetickets.us; 382 Second St., 31201; hargraycapitoltheatre.com;257-6391


Royal Gambit  

This metaphysical portrait of Henry VIII and the six women in his life contrasts this king, the epitome of Renaissance man, with modern liberal thought and concludes that humanism is dead in the twentieth century. Henry remains the same throughout but the women progress in their dress to modern times, showing their knowledge of the lasting effects of Henry’s thoughts.

Thursday night 7:30 -9 p.m., Friday and Saturday 8-9:30 p.m., Sunday 2:30-4 p.m.; $15 General Admission at theatremacon.com/tickets or at the box office; 438 Cherry St., 31201; theatremacon.com; 746-9485


Friday, June 3

 ReStore Community Day

Macon’s Habitat for Humanity presents their Community Day. Early-bird shopping starts at 9 a.m. then at 10 a.m. the festivities will begin. In addition to ReStore sales and prizes that you won’t want to miss; there will be a DJ, snow cones, food, and fun kids’ activities. This event is free, but please rsvp.

9 a.m.-2 p.m.; Free with RSVP at eventbrite; 690 Holt Ave., 31204; maconhabitat.org; 752-5859


First Friday Art Crawl

Presented by The 567 Center for Renewal, StARTup Studios and Macon Arts Gallery

It’s not a Macon first Friday without an art crawl! From 4-7 p.m. the Macon Arts Alliance (486 First St,, 31201) presents the exhibit “ABSTRACT.” From 5-8 p.m. stroll down the street and take in the 567 Center for Renewal’s (456 First St., 31201) opening reception for “Jung at Heart” featuring paintings by Brian Woods.

4-8 p.m., Free; Macon Arts Alliance 486 First St., 31201 and The 567 Center for Renewal 456 First St., 31201; the567center.org; 238-6051


Saturday, June 4

 Wild About the Trail

To celebrate National Trails Day, Bike Walk Macon and Newtown Macon present a day of family-friendly fun at Amerson River Park. Attendees are encouraged to bring their bikes and come dressed as their favorite animal. The event will take place in the playground in front of the Great Lawn.

9 a.m.-noon; Free; Amerson River Park 2551 North Pierce Drive, 31204; bikewalkmacon.com; 335-1236


Self Love Summer: Vol. II

Middle Georgia Apothecary and The Society Garden are teaming up to present Self Love Summer: a holistic-based, self-care pop up shop at The Society Garden.

Noon-3 p.m.; Free; 2389 Ingleside Ave., 31204; thesocietygarden.com; 508-7095


The Bird’s 17th Birthday featuring Robert Lee Coleman

Macon institution The Hummingbird Stage and Taproom will be celebrating their 17th birthday. Soul and Funk pioneer Robert Lee Coleman will take the stage at 10 p.m.

10 p.m.- 2 a.m. $5, 430 Cherry St., 31201; thebirdstage.com; 741-9130


Sunday, June 5

Summer Concert and Raffle: A Benefit for the Fuller Center for Housing

This benefit for the Fuller Center for Housing will host live jazz and raffle away big-ticket items such as a Yeti cooler and Big Green egg.

3:30-7:30 p.m., $20 General Admission at eventbrite; 2389 Ingleside Ave., 31204; thesocietygarden.com; 508-7095


Wednesday, June 8

 Senior Cinema at the Douglass Theatre

Seniors are free of charge to attend a screening of 2004’s “Johnson’s Family Vacation” starring Cedric the Entertainer, Steve Harvey and Vanessa Williams.

2p.m., Free for seniors $5 for people under the age of 62; 355 MLK Jr. Blvd., 31208; douglasstheatre.org; 742-2000