Tired of looking up the events online? Here is an easy way to keep track of the dates for all your favorite concerts and movies. Click on the link here and print/download the AMP Schedule for Summer 2017.
The 2017 Summer Movie Classics, presented by Tanner Health Systems, kicks off this Thursday, June 8, with Zootopia! View the full schedule here. Or print out a fridge calendar for Summer 2017! Bring a lawn chair or a picnic blanket. Make it a family-night out and visit one of the nearby restaurants before the show.
2017 Mayfest applications are now available. Claim your spot! Carrollton Main Street invites you to join us on the square in downtown Carrollton on Saturday May 6th, 2017, 9:30-4:30pm for our 31st annual MayFest Arts and Crafts Festival. Nestled among the historic buildings on Adamson Square, we couldn’t imagine a better spot to host this event, which
The Carrollton Cultural Arts Center in conjunction with Carrollton Main Street, and UWG’s School of the Arts are calling local fine artists of all levels (Students - Professionals) to have ART take over historic Adamson Square. Don’t miss your chance to participate in this wonderful downtown event that happens Thursday, March 30th from 5pm to
West Georgia Regional Membership Program - ‘Always Have a Sale in Your Pocket’ Last year, Bowdon, Carrollton, Douglasville and Villa Rica Main Street program representatives came together to launch a regional discount card and membership program to encourage shopping locally-and more specifically shopping West Georgia Downtowns. “This is something that each of our Main
Carrollton Main Street would like to congratulate the newly elected members of the Main Street Board of Directors! Faith Mallory: Sales Representative for KorKat Industries, Bowdon resident and longtime Carrollton main Street volunteer. Mark Sullivan: longtime Carrollton resident, owner of Lime Biscuit Strategies and 20-year veteran of the Douglas County Fire Department. Melanie Drew: Local
In the late 1990’s the Carrollton Train Depot had fallen into major disrepair. The Norfolk Southern Rail line that carried passengers from Savannah to North Alabama and served as the major catalyst for growth of the downtown historic district had sat abandoned and forgotten for over a decade and was in grave danger of being demolished.