This inaugural race begins at Carrollton’s historic Adamson Square, then takes you through the city and over the rolling hills of the Carrollton GreenBelt. Cross the finish line to a festival featuring live music, local food and craft brews.
Individual or relay team registration includes a T-shirt, finisher’s medal and free food and brew tickets.
Fall is fast approaching and we’re just weeks away from the kiddos heading back to school. Carrollton’s got all your after school activities covered!
Love sports? Register now for recreation football, baseball, lacrosse, volleyball, track and soccer. Join our award-winning gymnastics and cheer program. Did we mention our array of aquatics and fitness programs? Find out more about the altogether active options for you and your family this fall.
Get creative. The Center for the Arts offers a broad range of classes in ballet, dance, theatre, visual arts, baking, jewelry making and more. Learn to play a new instrument with lessons from one of our experienced instructors. No matter what your passion, we have fun options that will make this an altogether artistic autumn.
Become a part of this altogether magical performance.
Auditions for the November production of the Nutcracker Ballet are scheduled for August 3, from 9:15 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. and August 4, from 12:30-7:30 p.m., at the Carrollton Center for the Arts. There are many roles for all ages and levels of ballet and dance experience. Actors must register to attend an audition. Click here for registration times and other details or call 770-838-1083.
Check out Downtown Carrollton’s Concert and Movie Series at The Amp. All shows are free to the public. This summer, plan to grab your chairs and enjoy a night of outdoor entertainment. It’s sure to be altogether happening!
The City of Carrollton Mayor and Council will hold a Work Session on Thursday, July 18, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. in the 3rd Floor Conference Room of City Hall, 315 Bradley Street, Carrollton, GA.
The purpose of the Work Session is to discuss the following items: variance request for The Bellamy student housing, citizen donation policy, CVB intergovernmental agreement, NSP construction bid and an executive session for real estate and litigation matters.
The public is invited to attend. Anyone requiring special needs should contact Faith Pullen at City Hall at 770-830-2000 or email@example.com within 3 business days prior to the meeting.
It’s game on at downtown Carrollton’s Amp Park thanks to new outdoor recreation equipment.
Main Street recently installed outdoor gaming equipment in the park between the
Amp and courthouse parking deck. The park now features two ping-pong tables, a
foosball table, a chess table and cornhole boards, all made out of concrete to
withstand the elements.
community workshops held last year for Carrollton’s Comprehensive Plan update,
inactive parks were brought up several times,” said Main Street Director Aundi
Lesley. “Many citizens said they would like to activate some of those parks and
see those spaces better utilized. The Main Street Board and I thought the park
in the heart of downtown, right behind the Amp, would be a great place to start.”
can check out and return chess and checkers pieces, cornhole bags, foosballs
and ping-pong balls and paddles at Otter’s Chicken right behind the Amp during
their business hours or can bring their own game pieces.
community can play during our Main Street events, while waiting for a table at
one of our restaurants or come hang out and play any day of the week,” Lesley
The gaming gear was purchased with 2018 Taste of Carrollton proceeds. A ribbon cutting for the new park equipment was held July 11.
To learn more, contact Aundi Lesley, Carrollton Main Street director, at 770-832-6901.