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Saddle Up and Ride

2021-02-15T11:58:43-05:00

When you hear "Saddle Up and Ride to Cartersville", some might think of paying a visit to the Booth Western Art Museum, but others think [...]

Saddle Up and Ride2021-02-15T11:58:43-05:00

Downtown Cartersville Welcomes Official Entertainment District

2021-02-15T12:00:28-05:00

Downtown Cartersville is truly the place to see and be seen. It's the go-to place for great food, shopping, and attractions that are uniquely Cartersville. [...]

Downtown Cartersville Welcomes Official Entertainment District2021-02-15T12:00:28-05:00

My Valentine is A…

2021-02-05T16:36:59-05:00

Celebrating Love and Friendship in Cartersville, Georgia Just finish the sentence "My Valentine is a _________" to plan a memorable celebration filled with new discoveries. We've given [...]

My Valentine is A…2021-02-05T16:36:59-05:00

Pup-Friendly Dining in Cartersville, Georgia

2020-08-13T13:25:43-04:00

So you're having a great time visiting Cartersville with the whole family, including your fur-baby and it's time to eat. These local dining choices have [...]

Pup-Friendly Dining in Cartersville, Georgia2020-08-13T13:25:43-04:00

Try a One and One + Half Fry

2020-08-13T13:26:06-04:00

In downtown Cartersville, just steps away from the historic Grand Theatre is Ross’ Diner. Since 1945, this small restaurant at 17 North Wall Street, has [...]

Try a One and One + Half Fry2020-08-13T13:26:06-04:00

A First in Coca-Cola Advertising

2019-10-18T09:55:39-04:00

Visit Cartersville, Georgia to see the World's First Outdoor Painted Wall Advertisement for Coca-Cola. The sign on the side of Young Brothers Pharmacy in downtown [...]

A First in Coca-Cola Advertising2019-10-18T09:55:39-04:00

Georgia’s Oldest Restaurant Without a Telephone

2020-08-14T14:25:01-04:00

In Cartersville, Georgia folks are about as divided over their favorite place for burgers and hot dogs as they are over their allegiance to the [...]

Georgia’s Oldest Restaurant Without a Telephone2020-08-14T14:25:01-04:00

Georgia’s Largest Camel Herd

2020-08-14T14:29:36-04:00

Cartersville, Georgia cut its teeth as a mining and farming community, establishing a lasting legacy in Georgia’s farm history. Today, new developments by many industry [...]

Georgia’s Largest Camel Herd2020-08-14T14:29:36-04:00

Remembering Georgia’s First State Park for African Americans

2020-08-14T14:24:47-04:00

Georgia’s first “Negro” State Park was created on Allatoona Lake in 1950, when John Loyd Atkinson, a Tuskegee Airman in World War II, sought a [...]

Remembering Georgia’s First State Park for African Americans2020-08-14T14:24:47-04:00
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