Charming Family home with rocking chair front porch with swing on a one acre fenced lot! Hardwood floors on entire main floor, stairs, hallway and master. Kitchen with granite counters, stainless appliances with 5 burner gas stove and center eat at island. Breakfast room and Dining Room with chair rail, sunroom or office with built-ins and Family room with stone fireplace. Large Master with hardwood floors, his and hers closets, dual sinks, jetted tub, upstairs laundry, 3 other secondary bedrooms (one with built in speakers). Basement with half bath and boat door.
Douglas Cameron and his big jazz band are returning to Elm Street Downtown Woodstock!
His 17 piece band will be performing on Oct 2nd at 7:30pm.
Hailing from Columbia, South Carolina, Douglas Cameron grew up listening to the sounds of Glen Miller and Tommy Dorsey. His early influences inspired him to take up drums at the age of nine. A multi-faceted performer, he also is a guitarist and songwriter. With his direction set, he is certain to inspire and excite audiences with his impressive showmanship and extraordinary talent. Often described as “smooth and seductive”, his sounds have a wide variety to certainly please almost anyone! With over 25 years of experience in entertaining audiences the show is sure to be a knock out!
General Tables are available for $85 and seat 6 (rectangle tables 60l x 30w). Limited Premiere Tables will be available for $125 and seat 6 (Circular 48″) . VIP Tables will be available for $250 and seat 8 and come with table service (Circular 60″). Table decorations may begin as early as 5:30pm.
Bring decorations and settings for your table, prizes available for the best decorated table! All food is welcome, alcohol is prohibited. Alcohol will be made available at the event.
The Concert will take place at the brand new Resurgens Orthopaedics Community Stage. 111 Elm Street Woodstock, GA 30188
Ticket Map w/ Available seating shown when you click on “tickets” button.
This event will be “Rain or Shine” and there is no rain date set for this show. We rarely cancel a performance prior to showtime. If guests leave of their own volition and the show is not cancelled, no rain checks will be given.
It has been brought to my attention that we are in need of knowing which establishments are Dog Friendly in our area!
Below is a list of Restaurants in the Woodstock Downtown area that you are welcome to take your pooch to!
Market – Patio
House – Dining Garden
Coin – Patio
Dog Heaven – Patio
JChristophers - Patio
Yoguri - Patio
DOG FRIENDLY ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE ATLANTA AREA:
-Home Depot on Sidney Marcus (they even have dog treats for your furry shopping buddy!)
-HomeGoods on Sidney Marcus
-Rite Aid Peachtree Battle
-Carter's Peachtree Battle
-Buckhead THRIFTique on Miami Circle (doggie treats while you shop!)
-Antiques & Beyond (Cheshire Bridge, dog treats!)
-Diptyque (Streets of Buckhead)
-Jonathan Adler (Streets of Buckhead)
-Verde Taqueria (PORCH ONLY)
-Monday Night Brewing Company
Chastain Park: Restaurants/Bars
-Nancy G's Bakery & Cafe (loves dogs on the patio, has a doggie menu, AND you can have a doggie birthday party there!)
-Shep's Midtown Ace Hardware
-Einstein's (PORCH ONLY, not the bagel place, the restaurant...)
-Henry's (PORCH ONLY)
-Orpheus Brewery (Piedmont Park)
-SweetWater Brewing Company (Ansley Park/South Buckhead/ Midtown, it is kind of in the middle)
-The Lawrence (PATIO)
-Joe's on Juniper (PATIO)
-Midtown Tavern (PATIO)
-Park Tavern (OUTSIDE)
-Kaleidoscope (PORCH ONLY)
-Lucky's at Town Brookhaven (PORCH ONLY)
-Souper Jenny (OUTSIDE)
-Pour Bistro (PATIO ONLY)
-Shucks at Town Brookhaven (PATIO ONLY)
Virginia Highlands: Stores
-Half Moon Outfitters
-310 Rosemont Boutique
-Ace Hardware on North Highland
-Highland Wine Shop
Virginia Highlands: Restaurants/Bars
-Neighbor's (PORCH ONLY)
-Cafe 640 (PORCH ONLY)
-Dancing Goats (PORCH ONLY but no pit bulls, sorry)
-Wild Haven Brewery
-Big Peach Running Co.
Inman Park: Restaurants/Bars
-Across the Street Restaurant and Market (allows dogs inside!)
-Barcelona Wine Bar (dogs allowed on the LEFT patio)
-Victory Sandwich Bar (OUTSIDE only)
-97 Estoria (PATIO)
Emory Village: Restaurants/Bars
-Bad Dog Taqueria
-Yoforia (PORCH ONLY)
Old Fourth Ward: Restaurants/Bars
-LadyBird (PORCH ONLY)
-Dancing Goats (PORCH ONLY)
-4th & Swift (PATIO)
-Noni's Bar & Deli (PATIO)
Grant Park: Restaurants/Bars
-Dakota Blue (PATIO)
Grant Park: Stores
Intown Healthy Hound
East Atlanta: Restaurants/Bars
-ParkGrounds Coffee (Patio and dog park area)
-Joes East Atlanta Coffee Shop (PATIO)
-Park Grounds (PATIO)
-The Midway Pub (PATIO)
East Atlanta: Stores
Little Five Points: Restaurants/Bars
-Wrecking Bar Brewpub (PATIO)
-Red Hare Brewery (Live bands and dog days on Saturdays!)
ALL Neighborhoods/Locations: Restaurants/Bars/Stores
-Lucky's (all locations, opening another location in Emory Village soon!)
-Red Bandana Pet Foods
Ryan and Brandy Snow, the founders of the event, are the proud parents of one small but mighty ambassador named Lucas. He is the reason this event exists and even contributes to its success. You’re even likely to find Lucas working hard at the registration table! Stop by and say hi!
Saturday, September 19, 2015
12:00PM to 7:00PM
Elm Street Cultural Arts Village Green Space
You can find a little something for everyone at the 3rd Annual Cherokee Fest. From the cornhole tournament to the food and Kids Fest, there is something for everyone to smile over. Be sure to come out and spend the day with us and have some fun!
Cornhole Tournament Kickoff Tournament will begin at 1:30PM and will continue until a winner is determined (approximately 6:30PM). Players are asked to arrive no later than 12:30 to check-in. Walk-ups will be taken as long as space allows. We recommend that players register to avoid not being able to play.
What To Bring Weather appropriate clothing Sunscreen Sunglasses Folding chair, if desired
Woodstock has more than doubled in size in the past 10 years, attracting residents with its proximity to Atlanta, just 30 miles to the south, affordable housing, and strong job growth. The lively downtown area features The Park at City Center, a green space with a gazebo, war memorial, and fountain, which is the site of a series of concerts each summer as well as other seasonal events like a Christmas Jubilee. Dixie Speedway, the Elm Street Cultural Arts Village, Reformation Brewery, and an outlet shopping center are also located within the town limits, giving locals plenty to see and do without needing to head into Atlanta.
Outdoor recreational activities are a big draw as well. Old Rope Mill Park contains the 14-mile Taylor Randahl Mountain Bike Trail, with six different loops of varying difficulty, that twists through the nearly 100 acres of park. From a small bridge within the park, you can see the remnants of its namesake, an 1800’s rope mill. More traditional Dupree Park offers a large playground for kids, tennis and basketball courts, and a fishing pond.—Kerri Anne Renzulli