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Community Spotlight on Dahlonega

[28 Oct 2016 | Comments Off | ]
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Dahlonega, Georgia is a charming town rich with history, art and adventure. Originally Dahlonega was known for the Cherokee word meaning “yellow money” and was the site of the first major U.S. Gold rush in 1828, 21 years before California’s rush and is home today to the artifact-rich Dahlonega Gold Museum.  Experience the rush of… [read more »]

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Hiawassee November 11,12, 18, 19 – A Grave Affair Ivy Mountain Cemetery November 12 – Raiders, Swingin’ Medallions Anderson Music Hall November  25 – December 31 – Mountain Country Christmas Light Show Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds November 26 – Christmas Parade Downtown Hiawassee December 10 – Holiday Open House Hightower Creek Vineyards December 16 – Lee… [read more »]

Unicoi State Park is one of the most popular parks in Georgia and attracts many visitors for it’s outstanding natural beauty, a wide range of amenities, and it’s proximity to the alpine village of Helen. The history of Unicoi began with the Mountain Lodge; a popular hotel, for more than 30 years in the new… [read more »]

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Dahlonega, Georgia is a charming town rich with history, art and adventure. Originally Dahlonega was known for the Cherokee word meaning “yellow money” and was the site of the first major U.S. Gold rush in 1828, 21 years before California’s rush and is home today to the artifact-rich Dahlonega Gold Museum.  Experience the rush of… [read more »]

Hiawassee September 17, 24 |October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 – Vino & Vibes Hightower Creek Vineyards September 24 – HOG Rally Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds September 24 – Charlie Daniels Band Anderson Music Hall October 1st – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Anderson Music Hall October 7 – 15 – Georgia Mountain Fall Festival Georgia Mountain… [read more »]

Ellijay’s Playground Carters Lake is one of the deepest reservoir lakes in the North Georgia Mountains, at a depth of 450 ft., surface area of 3,200 acres, and 62 miles of shoreline.  Built and owned by the US Army Corps of Engineers it is a private lake without docks or houses along the shoreline.  The… [read more »]