Friday, March 4
- Friday Evening Storytelling Concert presented by: Carol Cain, Donald Davis, Josh Goforth, and Kevin Kling
- Enjoy a traditional Southern-style lunch
- Shop for a piece of history to take home with you
Friday Evening Storytelling Concert presented by: Carol Cain, Donald Davis, Josh Goforth, and Kevin Kling Friday, March 4, 2022 | 7:30pm | Callaway Auditorium
Marketplace at Lafayette Square is a multi-dealer store offering an incredible selection of antiques, furniture, home accessories, crystal, jewelry, lamps, art and sculpture.
Located in an old church building (the former Second Methodist Church constructed in 1892 to be exact), Taste of Lemon restaurant is Southern comfort cuisine at its finest. The building is unique and original, and the food is out of sight. Usually, they're only open Monday thru Friday, but this weekend they will be serving lunch from 11am to 2pm on Saturday as well!
Time stands still in this gem of a consignment shop! R&B Consignment offers some of the best selection of vinyl records, sports memorabilia, rare collectibles, framed artwork and so much MORE!
The beautiful, circular fountain is a favorite place amongst locals to sit and relax, walk around, take photographs and enjoy the scenery and gorgeous downtown LaGrange.
Saturday Morning Storytelling Concert presented by: Carol Cain, Donald Davis, Josh Goforth and Kevin Kling Saturday, March 5th | 9:30am | 2:30pm | 7:30pm | Callaway Auditorium
Hills & Dales Estate features a 13,000 square-foot home which was designed to flow gracefully into its gardens - a series of dwarf boxwood parterres planted by Sarah Ferrell, which have adorned the terraces of the hill for more than 175 years. The Ferrell Gardens are considered one of the best preserved 19th-century gardens in the country.
A unique place to visit in LaGrange is Beacon Brewing Co., located in the historic Hillside neighborhood. The owner selected the area due to its rich history and ties to his family. Like many areas in the South, Hillside once flourished because of a booming textile industry that supported and employed many citizens in the community. This brewpub specializes in experimental beers and draws inspiration from traditional Belgian and Bavarian styles. Beacon serves delectable dishes that are a fusion of Asian and Southern fare. Delicious!
Bellevue, a stately antebellum home, was built by Benjamin Harvey Hill for his wife, Caroline Holt Hill. Seeing this beautiful home for yourself will bring to life the stories of LaGrange’s first residents and how they lived. You’ll be reminded of a time when the pace of life was slower and attention to detail created beautiful environments which still foster a sense of peace and tranquility.
Sunday Morning Sacred Storytelling & Music by: Josh Goforth, Kevin Kling, Carol Cain, Donald Davis, and Ed Stivender Sunday, March 6th | 9:30am | Callaway Auditorium
Gus’s Grill, located in Historic Downtown LaGrange, features a Chicago based menu with a Greek flare. Open early for breakfast, Gus’s Grill is known for their homemade biscuits and endless fresh coffee.
In the heart of historic downtown, Legacy Museum on Main is home to a gallery which features the history and development of LaGrange. Featured items range from ancient artifacts, like a soapstone bowl believed to be 11,000 years old, to more "recent" historic artifacts from LaGrange’s rich textile and railroad history. While you’re there, be sure to check out the world’s oldest cotton bale on display within the museum!
You’ll find something unique around every corner at Ye Olde Red Door Antiques. Aside from its ever-changing inventory or antique items, the store also offers fine art, lamp restoration and a variety of gourmet foods. To top it all off, they also specialize in one of a kind wine gift baskets!