Events in Macon for Dec. 15-21

This week we have a Christmas concert and a Christmas market, good vibes and story times, plays acted out by tykes and musicians jamming out during an open mic night. 

Thursday, Dec. 15 

Angels R Us at Macon Little Theatre

The Academy of Performing Arts and MLT Kids present this family-friendly show featuring young actors. The play centers around the main office of Guardian Central, where angels receive their daily missions for protecting everyone from mountaineers to librarians. When a new supervisor is put in charge of the office, chaos ensues. Will the angels be able to fix all the mix-ups?

7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Sunday; Adult (16 and older) tickets $12, Children (16 and younger) $6 tickets available at; 4220 Forsyth Road, 31210; (478) 471-7529;

Friday, Dec. 16

$3 Art Show 

Six years ago the Ocmulgee Artist Guild held an art sale with no pieces over the $3 limit. Since then the show has grown and the Guild has begun to offer higher-priced pieces alongside their $3 treasures. 

6 p.m.-midnight; Free; 391 Second St., Macon, GA 31201

Saturday, Dec. 17

John Berry’s 26th Annual Christmas Tour at the Grand Opera House

Country music star John Berry brings some holiday spirit to the Grand for the 26th year. The Grammy-award-winning Berry will play a mixture of holiday songs (his rendition of “O Holy Night” is meant to be a crowd stunner) and songs from his past albums including “Your Love Amazes Me” for which he was nominated for another Grammy. 

7:30 p.m.; $40 tickets can be purchased at; 651 Mulberry St. 31201; (478) 301-5470;

Sunday, Dec. 18

Christmas Market at Fall Line Brewing Company 

For those of us who have fallen behind with our holiday shopping (we’ve been very busy!), Fall Line is holding a Christmas Market with 20 Middle Georgia vendors such as Frankie’s Boutique, Little Light Coffee and items from Macon’s favorite graphic artist, Mamahawk Draws. In addition, there will be speciality cocktails and a limited edition chocolate lager available for purchase. 

1-6 p.m.; Free; 567 Plum St. 31201; (478) 200-1957;

Monday, Dec. 19

Mr. Tom’s Monday Night Story Time at Washington Memorial Library

Children’s Services Coordinator, Mr. Tom, reads the final chapter from C.S. Lewis’s “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.” 

6-7 p.m.; Free; 1180 Washington Ave., 31201; (478) 300-1790;

Tuesday, Dec. 20

Music Therapy at JBA

This open mic night is a great way to meet and hear Macon’s up-and-coming musicians. Musicians interested in taking the stage should bring their instruments to the bar and sign up. 

9 p.m.; Free; 499 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, 31201;

Wednesday, Dec. 21

108 Sun Salutations for the Winter Equinox at Sparks Yoga

It is a tradition by many who practice yoga to complete 108 Sun Salutations to celebrate the changing of the seasons. Elizabeth Robinson leads this one-hour class on Wednesday where attendees will welcome the longest night with some good yoga vibes.

5:30 p.m.; $18 drop in charge; 1044 Washington Ave., 31201; (478) 250-3028;