Newnan Cultural Arts Events 2017
For more information on any of the NCAC events below, please contact email@example.com, City Liasion for Cultural Arts Commission. The commission has its monthly meeting at City Hall on the first Wednesday of every month unless stated otherwise on city calendar.
Robert Burns Supper and Ceilidh 2017
Tickets for Jan. 27 celebration of the Bard on Eventbrite.com
The world celebrates the Bard of Ayr, Robert Burns, during his birth month of January and there is celebrating in Newnan as well! The 3rd Annual Newnan Burns Supper is January 27, 2017.
The Newnan-Coweta Historical Society, the Newnan Cultural Arts Commission, and the Order of the Tartan are joining forces to commemorate Newnan’s special relationship with “Sister City,” Ayr, Scotland.
On Jan. 27 at 7:00 PM, enjoy a traditional Burns Supper and Ceilidh (Scottish folk dance and music), with Scottish fare, bagpipes, storytelling, dancing, a sword demonstration and more at the Historic Train Depot.
Live music provided by the lively Scottish dance band Carolina Ceili. Wear your Scottish plaid tartan or semi-formal attire. Get your tickets at eventbrite.com or click this link:
Online ticket sales close 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25. For more information and late ticket availability for the Friday dinner call the McRitchie-Hollis Museum office at 770-251-0207.
Painting by David Boyd, Jr.
Ticket outlets for Saudade below: 770.253.2682 ext 203 for more info
Coweta County Convention and Visitors Bureau: Historic
Courthouse- East Entrance 770-254-2627
Grit and Grace Dancewear: 7 Greenville St
Let them eat Toffee! : 18 A North CT. Sq.
Matrix Insurance: 3111 Hwy 34 East (Regions Bank Bldg-suite B) Terry contact person
Southern Arc dance: 41-A Newnan Station Dr
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2014 June Ayr, Scotland Exchange/ Chorale Trip
The sister city partnership also developed as part of the founding of the educational program Global Achievers in Newnan, the location of their state headquarters. The sister city pact was established in order for citizens of both cities to experience many cultural, educational, tourism, and economic opportunities.
"For 16 years we have celebrated our connection with our sister city Ayr, Scotland, and the banners hanging around the square during the month of July are a small reminder of this special relationship. The Newnan Cultural Arts Commission is very excited the Masterworks Youth Chorale has the opportunity to visit Ayr in June, 2014 and represent the citizens of Newnan,” said Dave Dorrell, chair Newnan Cultural Arts Commission.
For more information and details on the exchange trip in 2014 to Ayr, Scotland, please contact John Thrasher at 770.328.3991
Friends of Wadsworth - The Legacy Continues
MARCH 7, 2015
The Newnan Cultural Arts Commission has sponsored the Wadsworth concerts since 2005, taking over from concert originators associated with the Newnan-Coweta Historical Society and The Heritage School. Arts commission members recently announced the first “Friends of Wadsworth Concert — The Legacy Continues” will be held April 26 at 7:30 p.m.
Municipal Building Redevelopment Survey link click here. - This survey has CLOSED.
The citizens of Newnan/Coweta County recently re-approved an extension of the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) to fund specific capital improvement projects. A new Public Safety Complex for the City of Newnan was included in that list of projects. The new complex will provide space for the Police Department Headquarters and Municipal Court. As a result, the City of Newnan’s Police Department will be vacating its current location in the Municipal Building at 25 Jefferson Street. The reuse of the vacated space has been identified as a potential redevelopment project. The successful redevelopment of the Municipal Building relies upon the clear identification of potential future uses.
The Newnan Cultural Arts Committee (NCAC) is a standing committee for the City of Newnan, commissioned by the City Council in August 2005. This committee responds to the direction of the Mayor of Newnan and the City Council, to plan and coordinate cultural events that occur in the local community. Meets the 1st Wednesday of every month but time and date varies depending on project For more information on the commission and its events please contact City Liaison Gina Snider at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-253-2682 ext 203