#ExploreGordon With Your Pet

The next time you #ExploreGordon be sure to bring your four-legged friend because we are proud to be a pet-friendly community! Did you know most of our attractions are pet-friendly – only a leash required?  This includes The ROCK Garden, Resaca Civil War Sites, and the grounds of New Echota Cherokee Capital State Historic Site.… Continue reading #ExploreGordon With Your Pet

It’s National Tourism Week!

Times have changed, but one thing has stayed remarkably the same ~ the travel industry’s unique emphasis on welcoming visitors from near and far, which has helped position travel and tourism as an economic power. Nationwide, the travel industry is a top-10 employer in 49 states and the District of Columbia. International travel is our… Continue reading It’s National Tourism Week!

BBQ Boogie & Blues – April 27 & 28

Save the date! Downtown Calhoun’s premier event, BBQ Boogie & Blues, returns Friday, April 27 from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. and Saturday, April 28 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. BBQ Boogie & Blues started in 2012 and quickly gained popularity with residents and visitors. The weekend includes KCBS nationally sanctioned professional and backyard… Continue reading BBQ Boogie & Blues – April 27 & 28

What’s Going On In Gordon County

Mark your calendar ~ lots of fun ahead! Saturday, January 20 “Wonder Woman” Movie 7:30 p.m. at GEM Theatre See this 2017 hit on the GEM’s big screen. Tickets are $5. More Info: http://www.calhoungemtheatre.org or (706) 625-3132 Friday, January 26 & Saturday, January 27 Calhoun Little Theatre Presents “A Deadly Incentive” Murder Mystery Dinner 7… Continue reading What’s Going On In Gordon County

What’s Going On In Gordon County

  Here’s what’s happening in #Calhoun ~ have a great weekend! Friday, January 12 Toddler Friday 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. at Harris Arts Center Starting this month, Toddler Friday will be held the second Friday of the month and include story time, music, sensory activities and hands-on art for ages 6 months – 5… Continue reading What’s Going On In Gordon County