Buzz: ‘Super Museum Sunday’ in Cave Spring today from 12-4 p.m. GDOT to host two public meeting on project including Rome-Cartersville Development Corridor. Shorter to present ‘Into the Woods’ in April.

Buzz: ‘Super Museum Sunday’ in Cave Spring today from 12-4 p.m. GDOT to host two public meeting on project including Rome-Cartersville Development Corridor. Shorter to present ‘Into the Woods’ in April.

The Cave Spring Community will be a part of the Georgia Historical Society’s “Super Museum Sunday” today from 12-4 p.m. The organizations hosting the event are the Cave Spring Downtown Development Authority, Fairview School, and the Cave Spring Historical Society.  Tours will begin at the Cave Spring Welcome Center located at 4 Rome Rd. Visitors can explore the Georgia School for the Deaf, Indian Artifact, Fairview Classroom, and Cave Spring displays.  Ladies from Alton Holman Heritage Arts will demonstrate the long-forgotten crafts such as knitting, tatting, crocheting, etc. Other sites on the tour will include the Cherokee Log Cabin, Hearn Academy and Inn, and the Old Baptist Church where docents will share the rich history of Cave Spring. Additionally, be sure to join Fairview Alumni at the campus for an exclusive opening of the ‘WORK IN PROGRESS’; featuring a sneak peak of the historic Horace Mann Bond photography exhibition inside the restored School Building. These are free events.

The Georgia Department of Transportation will hold two upcoming public information/involvement open house meetings on projects in Bartow County:
  • Feb. 19: A public information open house on the Cass-White Road Improvement Project, Phase II, will be held from 4-7 p.m. at the GDOT District 6 Office, 30 Great Valley Parkway in White. The public is invited to drop by anytime to view displays, ask questions of staff and submit comments/feedback.
  • Feb. 26: A public involvement open house on the Rome-Cartersville Development Corridor will be held from 5-7 p.m. at Faith United Methodist Church, 501 Grassdale Road, Cartersville. The public will hear about the proposed project alignment. Georgia DOT staff will be available to answer questions on the project. The public can leave comment and feedback as well.

Shorter University invites the public to the grand re-opening of the Black Box Theatre. The first show in the newly renovated space will be Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods”. Performance dates are April 3-6, 2019 at 7:30 p.m., doors will open at 7 p.m. and a Saturday afternoon show at 2 p.m. on April 6. Tickets are available by emailing: BoxOffice@shorter.edu or calling (706) 233-7288. Tickets : General Admission: $15, Students (w/ valid I.D) and Seniors: $10, Shorter Students and Faculty/Staff: Free.

 

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