We're so excited about going to Franklin, TN! We love this time of the year and can't wait to be a part of this Christmas celebration in downtown Franklin. Come shop for that special gift; we'll have all your favorites: fold up tv tray tables, accent tables, clocks, and even a little something for your Christmas tree. Bring the family and come on out and celebrate the season with us!

A time-honored tradition, Dickens of a Christmas will return to Downtown Franklin on December 9 & 10. The festival, in its 33rd year, will feature holiday characters, live music, street vendors, and more! This year, there will even be an ice skating rink in Downtown Franklin, so bring the whole family and enjoy this holiday staple!

Snow will be falling on the 33rd annual street festival Dickens of a Christmas, a recreation of the Charles Dickens era using historic downtown Franklin’s Victorian architecture as the backdrop. Some 200 musicians, dancers, and characters will fill the streets, including several from Charles Dickens’s stories. Expect to see and interact with the nefarious Fagin from Oliver Twist; Jacob Marley, Ebenezer Scrooge and Tiny Tim Cratchit with his parents from A Christmas Carol; and of course, a Victorian Father and Mother Christmas with treats for children.


Saturday 12/09/2017: 10:00am to 4:00pm
10a.m. - 5 p.m.; Ice Skating Rink open until 9p.m.
Sunday 12/10/2017: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.


Franklin, TN - Great American Main Street

SEPTEMBER 15TH - 17TH, 2017

We are so excited to be going to Augusta this week for "Arts in the Heart of Augusta". Come on out and see us if you're in the area. This is one of the biggest and most popular art festivals in the south east and one of the top 10 in the USA. There is something for everyone... live music, food from around the globe, and of course... unique art from some of the best artists in the country! It is an extreme honor and privilege to have been chosen as one of the artists this year. Pamela is awesome at what she does and there is nothing out there quite like her or her art. So, come on out and see some fantastic art!

Here's some info on the festival website ArtsInTheHeartofAugusta.com:

ARTS IN THE HEART OF AUGUSTA is a 2 1/2 day celebration of food, arts, diversity and culture. We have over 80,000 visitors annually and are preparing for our 37th year.

We feature a juried Fine Arts and Fine Crafts Market, a Global Village with food from more than 20 countries, five stages stacked with live entertainment and much more.

Event Hours

Friday: 9/15 - 5PM to 9PM
Saturday: 9/16 - 11AM to 9PM
Sunday: 9/17 - 12PM to 7PM

Admission Badges

Advance sale badges: $7
Badges purchased at gate: $12. Cash or credit card accepted.
Badges purchased are good for the entire duration of the Festival. Children 10 and under are free!

Purchase Tickets

Festival Location:

Broad Street and the Augusta Common. GPS users: 836 Reynolds St, Augusta, GA 30901.

This AWARD WINNING FESTIVAL is produced each year by the Greater Augusta Arts Council.

marietta square art walk
This Friday evening from 5-9PM we will be out in front of Hemmingway's on the square in downtown Marietta, GA. Stop by and say hi! And if you're hungry, Hemmingway's serves a mean burger!

Art Walk is a free self-guided walking tour that celebrates the vitality of Marietta’s diverse cultural Arts scene, showcasing local artists and performers along sidewalks throughout Historic Downtown Marietta.

The evening comes alive as performance, dance, culinary and visual Art permeate every corner of the charming Historic Marietta Square. During this free, self-guided walking tour guests will enjoy gallery openings at dk Gallery, Jenny King Artist Studio and Gallery, Marietta Square Artists Attic, Markay Gallery and The ARTS Gallery.

Guests can grab a drink at one of many local restaurants and walk around, enjoying late night shopping at the many one-of-a-kind boutiques and a unique variety of Art and performance.

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