🌱 Taste Of Douglasville Date Announced + Town's 148th Birthday Party

by Jacob Solomon Feb 6, 2023 News
🌱 Taste Of Douglasville Date Announced   Town

Hello everyone again. I sent you a new copy of the Douglasville Patch newsletter. Let's start Monday with a quick look at the most important things happening in town.

  • This year's Taste of Douglasville!
  • Douglasville's 148th birthday party.
  • Arbor Day celebrations.

Today's weather.

There is a lot of sun. The high is 65 and the low is 38.

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Today's top stories are in Douglasville.

  1. It's never too early to get excited for the Taste of Douglasville! This year's event will take place Saturday, May 20, and showcase restaurants, businesses, and community booths selling products or services. There will be free children's events and other entertainment provided. Registration is now open for sponsors, vendors, and performers. (Visit Douglasville via Facebook)
  2. The City of Douglasville is turning 148 this year, and the entire town is invited to celebrate. On Saturday, February 25 from 6-8 p.m., the Cultural Arts Council will be co-hosting a soirée with the City of Douglasville Government. There will be art, live music, food, and more! (City of Douglasville Government via Facebook)
  3. Arbor Day is fast approaching, and the City of Douglasville invites community members to join them in celebration at Hunter Park. There have been newly planted trees courtesy of the efforts of the City of Douglasville's Tree Board and Douglasville's Parks & Recreation. Attendees will receive tree seedlings to plant their own. (City of Douglasville Government via Facebook)
  4. The Douglasville Police Department will be holding its next Community Enrichment Meeting on Thursday, February 9 from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. These meetings are designed to help local residents get more involved in programs that better the Douglasville community. If you want to get involved, stop by the Douglasville Public Safety Complex Community Room (2083 Fairburn Road) on the second and fourth Thursdays of every month. (Douglasville Georgia)
  5. The Women of Douglasville group is hosting the perfect Galentine's Day celebration for you and your best girlfriends. There will be a savory brunch, plenty of cocktails (including bottomless mimosas), music, photo ops, and more all at Table25 Fork + Wine. Tickets are available here for the fun beginning at 12 p.m. on Saturday, February 11. (The Women of Douglasville via Facebook)

In Douglasville, today.

  • Baby / Toddler Storytime At Douglas County Public Library (10:30 AM)
  • Chess Club At Douglas County Public Library (4:30 PM)
  • Yoga with Angie At Douglas County Public Library (6:00 PM)

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  • Embrace Black History Month with the City of Douglasville Government on Friday, February 24 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at the Hawthorne Community Center for An Evening Celebration of Love and Black History. There will be dancers, musicians, artists, and more from the local community. This free event is suitable for the entire family and is open to the public. (City of Douglasville Government)
  • As a reminder, Say-Rodeo Royalty is hosting a supply drive for the nearby Heard County Animal Control Center at the Fun Day on February 11th! Any and all donated items will go directly to the Heard County Animal Control & Shelter. While donations are not mandatory, they are very much appreciated. Items needed include: Bagged dog food, towels, blankets, toys, dog beds, collars and leashes, bagged cat food, cat litter, litter boxes, and cat beds! (SAY-Rodeo via Facebook)
  • If you want to support the Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville in providing quality events, exhibits, and classes, consider becoming a volunteer! A Volunteer luncheon will be held on February 13 at 12 p.m. Join the CAC for a free meal and an information session describing which upcoming events need volunteers. Support the arts in your community! Please email will.waddell@artsdouglas.org to reserve your spot. (Cultural Arts Council Douglasville via Facebook)

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There are events.

You are ready to head out the door on Monday. Tomorrow morning, see you all for another update.

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