107 Princeton Blvd.
Adairsville, GA 30103
Phone: (770) 773-2886
Fax: (770) 773-1964
Watch the largest fireworks display in Northwest Georgia during this Fourth of July event that also includes great food and live entertainment. Held every July.
Calhoun's GEM Theatre has a history dating back to 1927 and it was the only one of its kind in town till the 1970s. Now restored to its original glory, this avant-garde theater hosts a variety of shows to keep you entertained. From musicals to theater and concerts, there is a lot for everyone to enjoy.
These fully sagged rides begin and end at the Anheuser Busch Brewery and include rides for 12 miles, 27 miles, 44 miles, 64 miles, and 105 miles. A wonderful meal is served at the end of the rides where you can also opt to take a self guided brewery tour. Held in August.
One of the stellar facilities within the Clarence Brown Conference Center, Carter Hall is a multipurpose venue suitable for a diverse array of events from business conferences to lectures and seminars. The 300-seat auditorium is equipped with modern audio-visual equipment, and also has facilities like a green room for presenters. The hall is also available for wedding ceremonies. Check website for more.
Catch the latest flicks from Hollywood at Carmike 12, located close to the North Corners Shopping Center. Comfy seating, and the latest in audio and projection technology make for an enjoyable movie experience. You can find popcorn and other movie staples at the concession counters. Check website for more.
First-run Hollywood movies and critically acclaimed films are shown at this cinema that features comfortable seating and a large concession stand.
This live theatre company presents intriguing and professional quality theatrical productions and performing arts in and around Bartow County. Classes are offered.
51st annual Kiddie Day Parade celebrates the children of the community and features the parade, a giant slide, moon walk, awards, and refreshments. Held in September.
Home to the American Red cross Society, Cartersville Civic Center has three rooms that are used various local events. Well suited for seminars, private events and meetings, it can accommodate to close to 765 people. There is a kitchen for preparing refreshments, which can be rented as well. Community classes are also held here.
Home to the Cartersville School of Ballet, this beautifully restored 1929 theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and offers a full schedule of performing arts throughout the year.
Bartow County's Junior Miss is a scholarship competition for high school junior girls. It will be held on April 29th at 7:00pm at the Grand Theatre in Cartersville. Held in February.
Lasting for over a month, this holiday event offers a wide range of activities throughout part of November and December, including workshops for children and adults and special sales throughout the downtown area.