For the month of April, National Jazz Month celebrates the heritage and history of jazz.
Join us on O’Neal Plaza on Wednesday, April 20 with the Blair Crimmins Trio. Complimentary parking is available at the Douglasville Conference Center Parking Garage.
We’re excited to present our 2022 Music Appreciation Series. Wednesday Wind Down is returning June 2022 to O’Neal Plaza.
New this year is Classical Music Appreciation Month happening September 7 and September 21 on O’Neal Plaza.
Come out and show us your singing skills. The day’s festivities will include a talent show with prizes to the winners who are selected by the crowd applause. These will be live performances of clean (songs that do not contain offensive content) music on the front lawn of the Douglasville Police Department. Local artists will be present while community members are invited to show up and participate in the day. This is an organized event over the period of a few hours where you can relax, bring a lawn chair, and enjoy what the summer day has to offer. We will have food trucks and vendors. If you wish to know more, or learn how to participate, we welcome you to contact us to get more information. If you wish to register as a vendor, we have limited space, so call to sign up today. Vendor spots are $10 and require registration.
The Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville/Douglas County, in partnership with the City of Douglasville, is ready to celebrate Spring with the community’s most popular event of the year, the annual Taste of Douglasville! Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 21st from 11 am -5 pm. RSVP to stay up-to-date with all the news updates!
What is TASTE OF DOUGLASVILLE?
+ A restaurant/ business showcase
+ Exciting performances on stage
+ Community booths for products and services
+ A children’s entertainment area of art, exploration, and merriment.
Each year, participants not only enjoy Taste of Douglasville, but they also help the Cultural Arts Council support school programs reaching local students, providing affordable spring and summer arts camps in county and city parks, free “Family ARTSVentures!” curricula-based school performances followed by the same artists performing spring and fall concerts for the whole family, critically acclaimed gallery exhibits at the historic Roberts-Mozley House, and many more special events like the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.
Interested in becoming a vendor or sponsor? Email us at email@example.com
Spend a fun-filled Saturday with Kitty Up Cat Rescue at L&R Alpaca Haven Farm!
There will be bingo🎲, 🎟raffle items to win, and pizza🍕
All proceeds benefit our various programs: We focus on rescuing and helping stray cats with our spay/neuter program, alongside our educating efforts, adoption/fostering program, TNR program, pledging program, and transporting. We are working to help decrease the overpopulation of cats and increase the number of cats we re-home and help to have a better quality of life.
🐈 Note: Ticket purchase is tax deductible.
Once every two years, one of the largest groups of artists in Douglas County come together to display the work they have been creating. This exhibit is known to have on display everything from stained glass shining through the windows to clay sculptures and wood-turned vessels, along with breathtaking paintings and plenty of surprises between. The exhibit will be on display from May 9 to June 23, with an opening reception on May 26, from 6:00-8:00 pm, hosted by the Rotary Club of Douglas County.
‼️Free admission to the public‼️
Please come on out and join us for our one day open air market of local artists, and vendors. It is sure to be a fun filled day! We have a large variety of vendors and we are continuing to add more!!
🎶🎤🎵 Live music from 11AM-2PM
Enjoy some good eats with local food trucks while you shop the local artists and crafters along with fun kid activities AND you also get to meet some awesome, gentle, soft, friendly and adorable ALPACAS!