Ellijay’s North Georgia Quilt Trail is the brainchild of local merchant Sherryl Adams, who had seen the trails in North Carolina and brought the idea to downtown. She and Jim Harmon are spreading the idea throughout the county.
See the Story: Quilt Trail Proof
GET YOUR FLOAT APPLICATIONS IN
IN THE LIGHT-UP ELLIJAY PARADE.
Use this year’s traditional theme: “Home for the Holidays”
or the fun theme “Christmas Movies.”
Applications at Cartecay River Trading Company or print this CHRISTMAS PARADE APP 2012. As always, on the Friday after Thanksgiving, downtown stores will be showing off their creative windows and offering holiday specials. Snacks and crafts will be offered by local vendors and carols will fill the air. The parade starts at 6 p.m. and the tree lighting follows.
We have some special surprises waiting for you, so join us for downtown cheer.
Get your tickets now for a visit to four historic homes Saturday, Nov. 24. Just in time to let us enjoy Christmas decorations, owners are opening the doors of the Kelley (Turner) house, the Ray (Pankey) house and the Reece (Stewart) house on River Street and the Tabor House on Spring Street. See all four houses, receive a map-guided tour of historic downtown, and take advantage of a tour lunch special in one of our downtown restaurants. Tickets are $20, and are available (cash or check) at Main Street Antiques, Cartecay River Trading Co., Whistletree Pottery, the A
ntique Show, Christmas House/Interiors, City Hall, and the Chamber of Commerce. For more information, email email@example.com or call 706.635.4711 ext. 5