Come stay with us and attend the 4th Annual Dahlonega Trail Fest 3 days in March 2014
March 14-16, 2014. Free event. Hancock Park, Dahlonega GA
Celebrating the Appalachian Trail, Dahlonega’s designation as an ATC Trail Community, non-motorized outdoor recreation including backpacking, hiking, mountain biking, canoeing and kayaking, trail running.
Features speakers, films, workshops, vendors, information booths, equipment representatives, music, food, equipment giveaways, equipment silent auction, beer and wine garden.
February 21 – 23rd, 28 – March 2nd, & 7 – 9th
Tickets: Adults $18.00
This comedy is a play within a play about – what else – a theatre company. It takes place – where else – Buffalo, NY. The rep theatre company with its own “cast of characters” is quite confused about which play they are doing when Frank Capra is coming to see the show to help him cast his next movie star in an upcoming film. Well, everything does not quite go as planned.
69 West Main Street
just off the historic public square in downtown Dahlonega.
Several of Dahlonega’s wineries have closed for the winter season and will not open until February, but don’t despair! You can visit us at the inn for a getaway and enjoy Georgia wine at the following venues during the holidays:
Montaluce will be open (10 1/2 miles away), Frogtown will be open (8 1/2 miles away), and so will Cavendar Creek (6 miles away). We also have four tasting rooms within 4 blocks of each other downtown. Bleu Gallery features Tiger Wines (Tiger, GA), Folkways Gallery features Cottage Vineyard wines (Cleveland, GA), Dahlonega Tasting Room features Habersham wines (Helen, GA), and a tasting room in the Carriage House features Georgia wines.
* Smoked Ham & Bourbon Mayo Cheddar Cheese Biscuit Sliders
* Wolf Mountain Chili, Cornbread Croutons
* Mini Spinach, Beef & Mozzarella Calzones, Tomato Basil Cream
* Oriental Duck Pastries, Orange Hoisin Dipping Sauce
* White Cheddar, Bacon & Roasted Pepper Grit Fries, Chorizo Sausage Gravy
* Cheddar, Mozzarella, Provolone Cheese & Dijon Mustard Fondue, Housemade Pretzel Bread
Wolf Mountain Vineyards & Winery
Old fashioned Christmas starts this weekend 11/29/2013.
Roaring Twenties socialite Mame Dennis teaches her orphaned nephew the nature of free living and free thinking, attempting to keep him from the clutches of the uptight world of his late father’s estate executor and, later, his fiancée. David Rothel will be reprising his role as a director for the musical Mame. In a role made famous by Angela Lansbury (stage) and Lucile Ball (film), Mame is most well-known for the song We need a Little Christmas.