Outdoor events in the Chattahoochee Valley on Saturday morning took place beside sunny skies, despite Friday's warnings that rain could dampen weekend plans.
Runners and walkers laced up their tennis shoes for the Open Door Walk Classic and the SMA 5K Eat 'n Run, both held Saturday morning.
Amid earlier rain warnings, Bark for Life was rescheduled for 2-5 p.m. Sunday (March 25) at the same location, Britt David Park football field. Vendors can begin setting up at noon on Sunday. Learn more about the popular dog event here.
Still looking for something to do outside this weekend? Consider these options:
*Chick-fil-A's Easter Eggstravaganza will go on as scheduled on Saturday, unless "it's pouring down rain." Then, it will be rescheduled for Saturday, March 31. The festivities are 3-6 p.m. on Bradley Park Drive. They will update their Facebook page with any changes. Call 706-660-8914.
*Eggccess at the Historic Wynn House, 1240 Wynnton Road, will be 3-5 p.m. Sunday (March 25). There will be a contest for best overall Easter hat and basket. The hunt is for children ages toddler to 12 and will be divided into age groups. The Easter Bunny will make an appearance. Admission is $5 for each child and includes a wristband, which allows them to participate in all the activities. It also includes a hot dog meal with chips and a beverage. Hot dog meals for adults are $3. Call 706-332-1895.
*Poplar Place Farm, 8191 U.S. 27, in Hamilton, has horse trials scheduled for Saturday and Sunday. They will go on as scheduled, said Allina Bell of Poplar Place. Call 706‐582‐3742.
*The annual Fort Benning Tour of Homes will happen rain or shine, a spokeswoman said. In case of rain, she said you can drive from house to house. It's scheduled for 1-5 p.m. Sunday (March 25). The starting point is Riverside, the commanding general's home, 100 Vibbert Ave., where you can pick up the map of the homes. Tickets are $10, and children 15 and younger are not allowed on the tour. Call 706-225-7436.