Dahlonega Farmer’s Market

Hancock Park Hancock Park, Downtown Dahlonega, Dahlonega, Georgia

The Dahlonega Farmers Market is a weekly event that brings local residents to the downtown business district. It promotes a sense of community and provides fresh, locally grown produce to customers, while offering agribusiness sales opportunities to growers from Lumpkin and nearby counties.All items at the Market are locally grown and seasonal. In May, buy locally grown plants, such as vegetable, garden, landscape, and house plants. With the arrival of summer, you can buy vegetables and seasonal fruits, plus jams, jellies, and baked goods containing locally grown ingredients. The Market season runs Saturdays (or until inventories are sold out) from May until October.

Art in the Park

Hancock Park Hancock Park, Downtown Dahlonega, Dahlonega, Georgia

Chestatee Artists will present this great opportunity to see and buy handmade and creative products from local and regional artists and crafters in Hancock Park, Dahlonega, GA.

Appalachian Jam on the Square

North Georgia's mountain music pickers, singers and listeners flock to the Dahlonega Gold Museum State Historic Site for the annual Dahlonega Appalachian Jam. The Appalachian Jam gives traditional mountain music players the chance to get together and celebrate the kind of music that has been performed in the Appalachian Mountains for generations. Musicians are invited to bring their instruments and gather on the historic Public Square to jam. Everyone else should come on down and listen or dance. Bring a chair or stool and stay awhile!

Dahlonega Farmer’s Market

Hancock Park Hancock Park, Downtown Dahlonega, Dahlonega, Georgia

The Dahlonega Farmers Market is a weekly event that brings local residents to the downtown business district. It promotes a sense of community and provides fresh, locally grown produce to customers, while offering agribusiness sales opportunities to growers from Lumpkin and nearby counties.All items at the Market are locally grown and seasonal. In May, buy locally grown plants, such as vegetable, garden, landscape, and house plants. With the arrival of summer, you can buy vegetables and seasonal fruits, plus jams, jellies, and baked goods containing locally grown ingredients. The Market season runs Saturdays (or until inventories are sold out) from May until October.

Art in the Park

Hancock Park Hancock Park, Downtown Dahlonega, Dahlonega, Georgia

Chestatee Artists will present this great opportunity to see and buy handmade and creative products from local and regional artists and crafters in Hancock Park, Dahlonega, GA.

Appalachian Jam on the Square

North Georgia's mountain music pickers, singers and listeners flock to the Dahlonega Gold Museum State Historic Site for the annual Dahlonega Appalachian Jam. The Appalachian Jam gives traditional mountain music players the chance to get together and celebrate the kind of music that has been performed in the Appalachian Mountains for generations. Musicians are invited to bring their instruments and gather on the historic Public Square to jam. Everyone else should come on down and listen or dance. Bring a chair or stool and stay awhile!

Sacred Harp Singing

All are welcome to join the Dahlonega Sacred Harp singers. We gather every second and fourth Tuesday to carry on the Georgia shape-note tradition, singing four-part songs out of The Sacred Harp (first published in 1844). We sit facing each other in a square formation, and we sing only for ourselves and each other, not an audience, although curious listeners are always welcome. You do not need to "have a good voice" or "be a good musician" to join our community. Participation is the only metric of success. It is helpful if you can read staff notation, but not required. We will help you learn. Books are available at each meeting to borrow or buy. For more information about Sacred Harp, visit fasola.org.

2022 Gold Rush Days Festival

Gold Rush Days are always held the third full weekend in October. It is a time for thousands to come and see fall colors peaking and celebrate Dahlonega’s 1828 discovery of gold. Over 200 art and craft exhibitors and food vendors gather around the Public Square and Historic District in support of this annual event. It is estimated that a crowd of over 200,000 visits over the weekend to join in the fun and excitement!The Gold Rush Days Festival has been voted one of the Top 20 Events in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society. Although we work hard to produce this festival each year, we can’t take credit for its continued success. Volunteers, Vendors, Performers and Contest Participants, Festival-Goers, Advocates, Gracious Downtown Merchants and Restaurant Folks, Officers and Emergency Service Providers, City and County Partners, Locals and Out-of-Towners… ALL OF YOU contribute to the success of this event each year. We hope you know how grateful we truly are for each of you and the incredible impact your role in this festival has on our community, not just for one weekend in October, but all throughout the year. On behalf of The Gold Rush Days Festival, we can say with much sincerity, THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!

Art in the Park

Hancock Park Hancock Park, Downtown Dahlonega, Dahlonega, Georgia

Chestatee Artists will present this great opportunity to see and buy handmade and creative products from local and regional artists and crafters in Hancock Park, Dahlonega, GA.

Dahlonega Farmer’s Market

Hancock Park Hancock Park, Downtown Dahlonega, Dahlonega, Georgia

The Dahlonega Farmers Market is a weekly event that brings local residents to the downtown business district. It promotes a sense of community and provides fresh, locally grown produce to customers, while offering agribusiness sales opportunities to growers from Lumpkin and nearby counties.All items at the Market are locally grown and seasonal. In May, buy locally grown plants, such as vegetable, garden, landscape, and house plants. With the arrival of summer, you can buy vegetables and seasonal fruits, plus jams, jellies, and baked goods containing locally grown ingredients. The Market season runs Saturdays (or until inventories are sold out) from May until October.

Appalachian Jam on the Square

North Georgia's mountain music pickers, singers and listeners flock to the Dahlonega Gold Museum State Historic Site for the annual Dahlonega Appalachian Jam. The Appalachian Jam gives traditional mountain music players the chance to get together and celebrate the kind of music that has been performed in the Appalachian Mountains for generations. Musicians are invited to bring their instruments and gather on the historic Public Square to jam. Everyone else should come on down and listen or dance. Bring a chair or stool and stay awhile!

Dahlonega Farmer’s Market

Hancock Park Hancock Park, Downtown Dahlonega, Dahlonega, Georgia

The Dahlonega Farmers Market is a weekly event that brings local residents to the downtown business district. It promotes a sense of community and provides fresh, locally grown produce to customers, while offering agribusiness sales opportunities to growers from Lumpkin and nearby counties.All items at the Market are locally grown and seasonal. In May, buy locally grown plants, such as vegetable, garden, landscape, and house plants. With the arrival of summer, you can buy vegetables and seasonal fruits, plus jams, jellies, and baked goods containing locally grown ingredients. The Market season runs Saturdays (or until inventories are sold out) from May until October.

Art in the Park

Hancock Park Hancock Park, Downtown Dahlonega, Dahlonega, Georgia

Chestatee Artists will present this great opportunity to see and buy handmade and creative products from local and regional artists and crafters in Hancock Park, Dahlonega, GA.

Appalachian Jam on the Square

North Georgia's mountain music pickers, singers and listeners flock to the Dahlonega Gold Museum State Historic Site for the annual Dahlonega Appalachian Jam. The Appalachian Jam gives traditional mountain music players the chance to get together and celebrate the kind of music that has been performed in the Appalachian Mountains for generations. Musicians are invited to bring their instruments and gather on the historic Public Square to jam. Everyone else should come on down and listen or dance. Bring a chair or stool and stay awhile!

Sacred Harp Singing

All are welcome to join the Dahlonega Sacred Harp singers. We gather every second and fourth Tuesday to carry on the Georgia shape-note tradition, singing four-part songs out of The Sacred Harp (first published in 1844). We sit facing each other in a square formation, and we sing only for ourselves and each other, not an audience, although curious listeners are always welcome. You do not need to "have a good voice" or "be a good musician" to join our community. Participation is the only metric of success. It is helpful if you can read staff notation, but not required. We will help you learn. Books are available at each meeting to borrow or buy. For more information about Sacred Harp, visit fasola.org.

Dahlonega Farmer’s Market

Hancock Park Hancock Park, Downtown Dahlonega, Dahlonega, Georgia

The Dahlonega Farmers Market is a weekly event that brings local residents to the downtown business district. It promotes a sense of community and provides fresh, locally grown produce to customers, while offering agribusiness sales opportunities to growers from Lumpkin and nearby counties.All items at the Market are locally grown and seasonal. In May, buy locally grown plants, such as vegetable, garden, landscape, and house plants. With the arrival of summer, you can buy vegetables and seasonal fruits, plus jams, jellies, and baked goods containing locally grown ingredients. The Market season runs Saturdays (or until inventories are sold out) from May until October.

Art in the Park

Hancock Park Hancock Park, Downtown Dahlonega, Dahlonega, Georgia

Chestatee Artists will present this great opportunity to see and buy handmade and creative products from local and regional artists and crafters in Hancock Park, Dahlonega, GA.

Appalachian Jam on the Square

North Georgia's mountain music pickers, singers and listeners flock to the Dahlonega Gold Museum State Historic Site for the annual Dahlonega Appalachian Jam. The Appalachian Jam gives traditional mountain music players the chance to get together and celebrate the kind of music that has been performed in the Appalachian Mountains for generations. Musicians are invited to bring their instruments and gather on the historic Public Square to jam. Everyone else should come on down and listen or dance. Bring a chair or stool and stay awhile!

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