Arts & Entertainment

Belletti Photography Captures Special Moments

Belletti Photography

Belletti Photography, LLC owner, Shannon Belletti, friends and Chamber representatives gathered to celebrate her success by holding a DC Chamber Ribbon Cutting on February 22nd. Based in Douglasville, Belletti Photography specializes in wedding and event photography, but is quickly becoming known for family portraits. Shannon Belletti is an award-winning photography with over a decade of…

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“Once Upon a Time” by Wendy Bennett

"Once Upon a Time" by Wendy Bennett

On March 10th, Wendy Bennett will perform “Once Upon a Time” at the Dog River Library. She will be mixing a little Dr. Seuss with some Brothers Grimm and a dollop of Maurice Sendak for a delicious musical treat. Funding to make “Family ARTSventures!” possible comes from the GreyStone Power Foundation, Georgia Council for the…

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“Drumming Up the Stories” by Dave Holland

"Drumming Up the Stories" by Dave Holland

Family ARTSventures! is a program, presented by  The Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville/ Douglas County. It is designed to introduce performing artists into the schools with curricula-based programs, followed by an appearance at a public event for children and adults alike to enjoy. On February 24th at 10:30am, at the Douglas County Library,  Dave Holland…

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Local author included in anthology, Souled Out

Souled Out

Robin Hair, author, inspirational speaker, Certified Master Personal Fitness Trainer, HOPE Minister, MBA, and entrepreneur owner of N2Fruition LLC located in Winston, is a featured author in the April release of the inspirational anthology, Souled Out. The anthology shares the stories of several women who beat the odds and overcame great challenges, through “radical faith…

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West Atlanta/Douglas Choral Society presents Spring Variety Concert

West Atlanta/Douglas Choral Society presents Spring Variety Concert

The West Atlanta / Douglas Choral Society (WADCS), Inc., will present its traditional 30th “A Family Easter / Spring Variety Concert” for the community on Tuesday, March 20 at 8:00pm at The Douglas County High School Performing Arts Hall (Mashburn Theater) at 8705 Campbellton Street. The performance will be led by Artistic Director / Music…

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The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party scheduled for March 17th

The Mad Hatter's Tea Party

The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, an annual favorite since CAC’s earliest days, returns to the Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/Douglas County on Saturday, March 17th from 11am to 2pm. The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party is a fun and creative opportunity for children from three to ten years old to have an inter-active activity, based on Lewis…

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FAME brings The Little Mermaid to New Manchester

FAME brings The Little Mermaid to New Manchester

In the cold days of December, Princess Ariel, Prince Eric, Ursula, Sebastian, Flotsam and Jetsam, and a host of others began preparing for the March performances of The Little Mermaid at New Manchester High School. Students and teachers in the Fine Arts Magnet Education (FAME) program at the school take their preparation seriously. Stage crew,…

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West Georgia ArtFEST set for mid-April

West Georgia ArtFEST

The 9th annual ArtFEST, sponsored by the Villa Rica Main Street Arts Coalition, will be held at The MILL Amphitheater in historic downtown Villa Rica on Saturday, April 14, between the hours of 10am and 5pm. This free event showcases the works of approximately 50 artists throughout West Georgia, Athens, Marietta, Atlanta and other cities.…

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Villa Rica saddles up for the Cowboy Festival

Cowboy Festival

Pine Mountain Gold Museum, located at 1881 Stockmar Road, is hosting their second annual Cowboy Festival April 14th and 15th. The museum has partnered with Webster Creek Gunslingers to offer a variety of activities including live cowboy shows, train robberies, and historic firearms demonstrations. There will also be meet-and-greets with Eeyore the donkey and Nugget…

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Schools Make Plans to Celebrate Black History Month

Celebrate Black History Month

Door decorations, wax museums, and song and dance are some of the creative ways students in Douglas County will learn about historical figures and important contributions of African Americans during the month of February. New Manchester and Lithia Springs High Schools will feature programs that will be open to the public. The FAME program at…

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