Battle of Tunnel Hill, The
Located in Tunnel Hill
A huge Civil War reenactment event that lasts for two days and features over 1,000 reenactors, living history camps, food, entertainment, cannons, and calvary. Explore the famous 1850 tunnel and the 1850 Clisby Austin House where Sherman spent 6 days making his final plans for the Atlanta campaign during this event. Held evey september.
Cherokee Days of Recognition
Located at Red Clay Park
Walk the "Blue Hole" Nature Trail and see the Eternal Flame during this two day event that features living history, dancing, and storytelling at the last Council Grounds for the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation. Held every August.
American Legion Bluegrass
1118 North Glenwood Avenue • Dalton, GA 30720
American Legion Post 112
Featuring the Apostles of Bluegrass and the Lone Mountain Band. Family friendly in a smoke free and alcohol free environment. Doors open at 6 p.m. and concert begins at 7 p.m. Concessions will be available with BBQ sandwiches, cornbread, beans, and more. Takes place on the first and third Saturdays of the month.
Dalton Little Theatre
210 North Pentz Street • Dalton, GA 30720
The oldest community theatre in Georgia with its first production in 1869, this community theatre presents a wide range of highly entertaining and thought provoking theatrical performances throughout their season.
Traditions Arts & Crafts Show
500 Legion Drive • Dalton, GA 30720
Held in December, the family friendly Traditions Arts and Crafts Show offers crafts, door prizes, food, vendors and more.
Creative Arts Guild Festival
Located in Downtown Dalton
Celebrate fine arts during this two day festival that features oil paintings, pottery, jewelry, and other unusual art forms. Delicious food, live entertainment, and children's activities are also featured during this festival.
Prater's Mill Country Fair
500 Prater's Mill Road • Dalton, GA 30756
Located at Prater's Mill in Varnell
This Southern festival is held each year on Mother's Day and Columbus Day weekends and features quality artists and craftsmen, music, and rides in the atmosphere of an old-fashioned country fair. The mill, built by slave labor in 1855, actually grinds corn during the fair and country cooking fills the air.
North Georgia Agricultural Fair
North Georgia Fairgrounds
This year's fair offers numerous opportunities to participate and earn prizes and ribbons. Held in October a complete listing of available areas to enter is listed in our fair book. These books are available from the County Extension Office or the Fairgrounds. Some 100+ commercial exhibits will be available and open to enjoy, plus local food booths will help satisfy your food needs. Drew Expositions, provider of games and rides for the past 10 years, will provide some 60+ games and rides for the ten day event. Thrilling rides, games and outstanding food will all be available for you. Also enjoy live performances from local and area entertainers, plus Wrestling, Petting Zoos, Sea Lion Splash and Racing Pigs. more...
Located in Downtown Dalton
An annual December parade that features colorful lighted floats, bands, and antique cars, as well as beautiful costumes and a visit by Santa Claus.
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