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TIFTON, GA (WALB) -

Fall weekends in South Georgia are full of community events.

Tifton is holding a big one this weekend.

Fall Frolics has been going on all month at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture with a different theme each weekend.

This weekend there will be animals on display including performing horses, snakes and dogs.

The event will be fun and educational.

"We're working hard to make it enjoyable for all the guests that do come out and visit with us, that they have a good time, it's a memorable experience and there's also educational opportunities mixed in there as well.  So they get to learn and have fun," said Garrett Boone, from the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village.

Next weekend's events will feature a Native American theme.

There will be Halloween events the following weekend.

Admission to the special events is included in the fee to get into the museum.

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