Join the American Legion Post 143 as they celebrate 100 years with a free community concert with The Band of Gold! Sponsors Platinum Level Southwire Company Gold Level Sherriff Terry Langley Silver Level The Cole Foundation Georgia Deer Farm Michelle Morgan, candidate for Commission Chair Steve Fuller, candidate for District 4 Board of Commissioners "Since
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Market Day is a festival created to bring together Carroll County's farmers, makers, and neighbors to the heart of Downtown Carrollton. Set the mood for your Saturday by strolling downtown shopping unique items from local craftsmen and artisans and celebrating the people who make Carrollton altogether original. Vendor fees are $75. Deadline for entry is
Join us at the AMP at Adamson Square for the Carroll Community Wind Ensemble Spring Concert on May 11, 2019 at 7:30 pm.
Join us in downtown Carrollton from 9:30 am - 4:30 pm for an altogether crafty festival full of fun! Browse handmade arts and crafts by more than 200 vendors. Savor local eats and carnival treats. Enjoy the children’s village, packed with activities, such as putt-putt, bounce houses, and more. We even have our very own
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Carrollton Main Street is searching for talented teen singers to audition for a spot in the 6th Annual MayFest Teen Idol Finals. Cash prizes of $500, $300, and $150 will be presented to the top three finishers by Small Town Bank, this year’s corporate sponsor for the competition. Preliminary auditions will be held Tuesday, April
Mark your calendars and bring your walking shoes to this annual community event brought to you by Main Street Carrollton Georgia, Carrollton Center for the Arts and the University of West GeorgiaUWG College of Arts & Humanities. Stop by any one of the host locations to pick up your map. Find 10 or more pieces
Since the first Small Business Saturday in 2010, US customers have reported spending an estimated total of $85 billion at independent retailers and restaurants - that's $85 billion over 8 days alone. (americanexpress.com) For every $100 spent at a locally owned business, $68 stays in the local economy. If that same $100 is spent