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A guide for your visit to Douglasville, Georgia

Calendar of Event . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Arbor Place Complex . . . . . . . . . 3 Golf In Douglasville . . . . . . . . . . 4 Tea and Gardens . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Like a Hammock . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Museums in Douglasville . . . . . . 7 Group Dining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Douglasville Main Street . . . . . . . 9 Lodging in Douglasville . . . . . . . 10

Douglasville Convention & Visitors Bureau 770-947-5920 • 1-800-661-0013 6694 East Broad Street Douglasville, Georgia 30134 www.douglasvillecvb.com

Douglasville Area Map . . . . . . . . 11 Historic Douglasville Map. . . . . . 12

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Calendar of Events 2006 February

1–28 ■ Black History Month Cultural Arts Center; 770-949-ARTS

April

29 ■ Olde Towne, Whole Towne Garage Sale Downtown Douglasville Historic District; 770-947-5920

May

20 ■ Taste for Douglasville Arts & Fine Arts and Crafts Festival O’Neal Plaza, Downtown Douglasville; 770-949-ARTS

June

17–18 ■ Arts & Crafts Show Sweetwater Creek State Park; 770-459-1946

July

4 ■ Fourth of July Parade, Fireworks & Barbecue Downtown Douglasville & Hunter Park; 678-715-6092

September

4 ■ Labor Day Parade & Barbecue Downtown Douglasville & Hunter Park; 770-920-8152

16, 23, 30, 2006 ■ September Saturdays Douglas County Courthouse; 770-920-7593

9, 16, 23, 2006 ■ Concerts On the Plaza O’Neal Plaza, Downtown Douglasville

16–17 ■ New Manchester Festival Sweetwater Creek State Par; 770-732-5871

October

28 ■ Halloween Moonlight Run & Chili Cook-Off O’Neal Plaza, Downtown Douglasville; 770-949-ARTS

14–15 ■ Pioneer Days Clinton Nature Preserve; 770-920-7129

December

2 ■ Old Fashion Holiday & Tour of Homes O’Neal Plaza Downtown Douglasville; 770-920-3000

11–12 ■ Christmas in Lithia Lithia Springs High School; 770-651-6778 These are just a few of the many events held in Douglasville/Douglas County. For a comprehensive event listing please visit www.celebratedouglascounty.com

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Arbor Place Complex One of Atlanta’s most popular visitation sites is Arbor Place. Millions of shoppers to date have enjoyed the Arbor Place area, which includes Arbor Place and The Landing at Arbor Place. Arbor Place offers fashion, fun and food for everyone with five department stores, over 120 shops and restaurants, 20 eateries and 18 theater screens. Arbor Place has it all, even a one-of-a-kind Kid’s Play Area!

Mall facts: Major Stores:

Dillard’s Sears Bed Bath & Beyond Borders Books Macy’s

Total In-line Stores:

150

Type:

Regional Mall

Total Parking Spaces:

6,000+ spaces

Motorcoach-friendly Location:

Atlanta (Douglasville), Georgia Interstate 20 between Exits 36 & 34

Mall Hours:

Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m.–9 p.m. Sunday, 12 noon–6 p.m. For holiday hours, please call 770-947-4245

Mall Management & Leasing Office:

770-947-4244

Parisian Regal Cinema Screens Old Navy Clothing Co. JCPenney

Customer Service Center: 770-947-4245 Located on the Lower Level near Sears, next to the escalators, the Guest Services Center offers the following amenities: Gift Cards Fax Service Lost and Found Mall Directories and Phone Numbers Strollers and Wheelchairs Guest Service is powered by GreyStone.

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Douglasville Convention & Visitors Bureau 770-947-5920 • 1-800-661-0013 • www.douglasvillecvb.com 6694 East Broad Street, Douglasville, Georgia 30134

Golf in Douglasville, GA West Pines Golf Club (Municipal) 9090 Rose Ave. Douglasville, GA 678-391-1600

Greystone Golf Course (Public) 4020 Greystone Dr. Douglasville, GA 770-489-9608

St. Andrews Country Club (Public) 8799 Edinburgh Dr. Winston, GA 770-489-2200

Chapel Hills Golf Course (Private) 3300 Golf Ridge Blvd. Douglasville, GA 770-949-0007

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Douglasville Convention & Visitors Bureau 770-947-5920 • 1-800-661-0013 • www.douglasvillecvb.com 6694 East Broad Street, Douglasville, Georgia 30134

Tea and Gardens in Douglasville, Georgia! Le Jardin Blanc is a breathtaking historic eleven-acre estate. The home features 12-foot ceilings, crystal chandeliers and beautifully carved mantles. Guests enter through the formal center hall and view a grand double-parlor on either side. A sunroom and spacious relaxing veranda await as you make your way toward the rear of the house. Take time to browse the gift galleries and stroll the gardens. The grounds boast of plush green lawns, a Formal Garden that blooms with white blossoms in the spring and summer, a Woodland Garden, and an Enchanted Forest for children. A croquet court is located outside the East Kitchen Garden, where players of all ages enjoy the activities. Le Jardin Blanc is a full-service facility, with special offerings including: ■ Lovely gardens suitable for weddings, receptions and special events ■ Beautifully decorated rooms available for bridesmaids luncheons,

rehearsal dinners, showers and more ■ Indoor and outdoor facilities for cocktail receptions, garden clubs,

business meetings, etc. ■ Exquisite teas (reservations only) ■ Croquet court (reservations only; white attire preferred) ■ Garden and interior design services with over 30 years experience ■ Statuary and heirloom plants available ■ Shopping paradise of fine gifts, linens and furnishings for home, baby and garden

Enjoy teatime at Le Jardin Blanc, and taste wonderful blends of tea created especially for this magnificent recipe, including ginger currant scones topped with mock Devonshire crème and lemon curd that will melt in your mouth. You will be showered with royal treatment while you are being served other delectable treats from a three-tiered silver cake server. Beautiful antique china, lovely crisp linens and fresh flowers make tea at Le Jardin Blanc a special occasion. The Poole-Hudson/Farmer House was built ca. 1868 for William Haynes Poole and his bride, Marcella Vansant Poole, the daughter of Reuben Vansant and Flora (Price) Vansant. Dr. Poole was Douglas County’s first medical doctor and was recognized as a superior physician, outranked by few. The slate roof is original, hauled from Rockmart Quarry by two-horse wagons. The framing of the home was constructed with wooden pegs holding together its oversized timbers. The house has thirteen rooms and sits on approximately eleven acres of its original tract. The Vansant cemetery, donated to the City of Douglasville as a Historic Landmark, adjoins the property immediately to the west. The housekeeper/cook’s cottage has been partially restored and stands between the home and the barn. The original smokehouse, as well as the potting shed has also been restored. The home and gardens have been restored and improved by former owners Sandra and Keith Rollins. Susanne Hudson and Jeri Farmer now own the home and property. This historic location houses Le Jardin Blanc (French for “The White Garden”).

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If you would like to receive additional information about any of our services or about event pricing and availability, please contact us by phone 678-838-4449 or fax at 770-942-0937, or e-mail at lejardinblanc@bellsouth.net.

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Douglasville Convention & Visitors Bureau 770-947-5920 • 1-800-661-0013 • www.douglasvillecvb.com 6694 East Broad Street, Douglasville, Georgia 30134

Like A Hammock... Like a hammock, Douglasville beckons you to relax for a while and check out her charms … turn-of-the-century sightseeing, antique and specialty shopping, friendly accommodations and restaurants and entertaining festivals and events await you. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

Great location near Atlanta & Six Flags Easy I-20 access Over 1,700 hotel rooms w/ FREE Parking Competitive prices Historic Downtown Walking District Over 100 restaurants Special events & Holiday celebrations Shop at Arbor Place Mall Special provisions for groups: Promotional items “Goodie” bags Brochures and maps Personalized welcome Incentive program available

Downtown Douglasville’s Commercial Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is filled with specialty restaurants, antique and gift shops. Also of special interest is the “Old Douglas County Courthouse”. This architecturally outstanding 1956 building is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition to the listing, the building was also cited as one of the youngest sites to ever appear on the Register. Now, as the project of the Douglas County Tourism and History Commission, the Old Courthouse is being shaped as a Douglas County History and Art Museum as well as a Mid- Twentieth Century Museum. It currently houses the JOCADA Museum of Jazz History, a culturally diverse educational establishment located in the heart of Historic Downtown Douglasville. Le Jardin Blanc is a shopping paradise of fine gifts, linens and furnishings for home, baby and garden with statuary and heirloom plants available. Groups can also experience exquisite teas and a croquet court. The Douglasville/Douglas County Cultural Arts Center serves as the headquarters for cultural activity in the area and is housed in a nineteenth-century structure with Greek- Revival architecture. Sweetwater Creek State Park has over 2,000 acres with Civil War ruins left from Sherman’s march through Georgia in 1864. The Annie Clinton Farms and Nature Preserve is home to the oldest free- standing log structure in the county as well as nature trails.

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Douglasville Convention & Visitors Bureau 770-947-5920 • 1-800-661-0013 • www.douglasvillecvb.com 6694 East Broad Street, Douglasville, Georgia 30134

Museums in Douglasville, Ga In 1998 the Douglas County Board of Commissioners agreed to save the “Old Douglas County Courthouse” building from the wrecking ball and allow the local Tourism and History Commission to refurbish it and adapt it for a new use. The Tourism and History Commission then set about getting the architecturally outstanding 1956 building listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Through long hours and the arduous work of the members of the Tourism and History Commission, the building was awarded that prestigious national honor in the fall of 2002. In addition to the listing, the building was also cited as one of the youngest sites to ever appear on the Register. Now, as the project of the Douglas County Tourism and History Commission, the Old Courthouse is being shaped as a Douglas County History and Art Museum as well as a Mid-Twentieth Century Museum. It currently houses the JOCADA Museum of Jazz History, a culturally-diverse educational establishment located in the heart of Historic Downtown Douglasville. The JOCADA takes visitors a magnificent journey that dates back to the 1900’s. Big Band, Swing and Bebop took the world by storm during the vibrant years of the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920’s. It was a time when the most popular Jazz artists found fame and fortune; many careers prospered then. Today, Jazz is an endangered art form where the need to preserve and educate the community is vital to its continued existence. The JOCODA Museum of Jazz History is a rare exquisite exhibit of paintings, photos, biographies and memorabilia that reflect the 1900’s Jazz era. Its setting is uniquely designed to put visitors in mind of the Jazz era with sounds ringing in the neighborhood, where one could hear jazz echoing at famous venues, like the Cotton Club or the Savoy Lounge, that frequently booked Jazz acts. While on this museum journey, JOCADA takes visitors down memory lane to these venues and to the legends that paved the way for Jazz artists today. Atlanta birthed many Jazz legends like Fletcher Henderson, William Coates, Duke Pearson, George Adams, Marlon Brown, Willie Wilson, Thomas Howard, Paul Mitchell, Waymon Carver, Fred Jackson, Laymon Jackson, Mason Johnson, Conductor John Peek and Professor James H. Patterson, to name a few. Tours are set by appointment. Please contact the Douglasville Convention and Visitors Bureau at 1-800-661-0013.

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Douglasville Convention & Visitors Bureau 770-947-5920 • 1-800-661-0013 • www.douglasvillecvb.com 6694 East Broad Street, Douglasville, Georgia 30134

Group Dining Applebee’s

Restaurant seats 244 people. With notice can section off space. Mon.–Thurs., 3–5 hour advance notice; Sat.–Sun., 24-hour advance notice.

Asia Buffet

Independent party room, seats 35; restaurant seats 255 (largest section holds 106 people). 24-hour notice for large groups.

Cold Stone Creamery #550 Restaurant seats 25-30 people. Can do early opening for special groups with 24-hour notice.

Fire Mountain Grill

Two party rooms, seats 50 people. With advance notice can seat total of 150 people. One-week notice for large groups is preferred.

Gipson’s Bar & Grill

Seats over 25 people. Must be 18 or older; smoking allowed. 1–2 day notice.

Gumbeaux’s Cajun Café Private room available at extra charge. Everything cooked to order.

Joe’s Crab Shack

Outdoor patio, seats 40 people; entire restaurant, 200 people. One-week notice for large party.

Sam & Rosco’s

Small room, seats 30 people; larger room, seats 70 people. Beginning Fall 2006, accommodate up to 400.

Taco Mac

Private room available at extra charge. Call ahead; same-day calls are okay.

TGI Fridays

Side room, seats 50 people. Prefer one-week notice for peak hours.

The Olive Tree

Banquet room, seats 65 people. Same day notice possible for lunch; at least two days notice for dinner hours. See westgeorgiashops.com.

Williamson Bros. BBQ

Private room, seats 75 people. 48–72 hour notice. Peak hours: $1.00 per person plus 20% gratuity, off-peak hours: 20% gratuity.

Zaxby’s

Restaurant seats 60–65 people. Ample parking for buses.

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Douglasville Convention & Visitors Bureau 770-947-5920 • 1-800-661-0013 • www.douglasvillecvb.com 6694 East Broad Street, Douglasville, Georgia 30134

Douglasville Main Street Conveniently located along Interstate 20 just minutes west of Downtown Atlanta, Douglasville offers the best of many worlds with big city conveniences and hometown warmth and charm! Visitors enjoy strolling along the streets of this Main Street city, with downtown blocks listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Welcome Center is located on O’Neal Plaza, the site of many downtown cultural and special events throughout the year. The city also boasts great shopping opportunities both downtown and around the Interstate. Home furnishings and accessories, fashions and bridal accessories, collectibles and gifts, and Indian and Civil War artifacts are all ready to go home with you. For a truly unique shopping experience, visit Le Jardin Blanc (The White Garden), located just on the outskirts of historic downtown Douglasville. In addition to featuring fine gifts, and garden statuaries, it is also a special event facility.

For detailed information, contact the Douglasville Convention and Visitors Bureau: 770-947-5920 1-800-661-0013 info@douglasvillecvb.com Or visit our Downtown Welcome Center located at 6694 E. Broad Street. www.douglasvillecvb.com

After shopping downtown’s antique and specialty stores, visit Arbor Place Mall, the state’s largest shopping complex west of Atlanta! And when you’ve worked up an appetite from shopping, chose from more than 100 restaurants in the city.

Dining Hudson’s Hickory House

Shopping 770-942-4828 6874 Bankhead Hwy.

Mitchell Appliance Co.

770-942-2337 6701 E. Strickland St.

Gumbeaux’s – A Cajun Café 770-947-8288 6712 E. Broad St.

S.T.O.P., Etc.–Office Supplies 770-949-0937 6610 Broad St.

Fabiano’s Italian Deli & Pizza

Western Auto Associate Store 770-942-7413 6668 Broad St.

678-715-3344 6698 Broad St.

Design Center, Inc.

770-942-6348 6632 Broad St.

Broad Street Interiors & Antiques

770-577-9075 6660 Broad St.

Carollo’s Italian Restaurant 770-942-6647 6615 E. Church St.

Susanne’s–A Design Co.

770-920-6722 6682 Broad St.

Calibou Bakery Cafe

J.K. Jones Jewelry

770-942-3144 6718 Broad St.

Medicine Shoppe

770-942-4982 6643 Church St.

Michelle’s Family Restaurant 770-577-5464 Broad St. Kegon Japanese Steakhouse 770-577-3808 6599 E. Church St.

770-489-7779 6650 E. Broad St.

Douglasville Ace Hardware 770-942-7044 6530 Church St. A Design Company Le Jardin Blanc–Specialty & Unique Gifts

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770-949-0907 8612 Campbellton St. 678-838-4449 7125 W. Strickland St.

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Lodging in Douglasville/Douglas Co. Numbers next to lodging names refer to locations on MAP.

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Holiday Inn Express–Atlanta West, 7101 Concourse Pkwy., 770-920-9228 Intown Suites, 5820 Plaza Pkwy., 770-920-5252 LaQuinta, 1000 Linnenkohl Dr., 770-577-3838 Lee’s Motel, 9101 Hwy. 5, 770-942-7322 Sleep Inn, 7055 Concourse Pkwy., 770-920-8887

EXIT 36 6 Hampton Inn, 6371 Douglasville Blvd., 770-577-2110 

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Best Western Inn & Suites, 8304 Cherokee Blvd., 770-489-4863 Bilbo’s Motel, 5964 E. Broad St., 770-942-1166 Comfort Inn, 5487 Westmoreland Plaza, 678-504-2000 Days Inn, 5489 Westmoreland Plaza, 770-949-1499 Holiday Inn Express, 5479 Westmoreland Plaza, 770-949-5730 Ramada Limited, 8315 Cherokee Blvd., 770-949-3090 Royal Inn & Suites, 8366 Duralee Ln., 770-942-1036 Super 8, 5481 Westmoreland Plaza, 770-949-4926 Sun Suites, 8462 S. Cherokee Blvd., 770-949-8000

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Comfort Inn, 850 Crestmark Dr., 770-941-5384 Country Inn & Suites, 960 West Pointe Ct., 678-945-0945 Courtyard by Marriott, 950 Bob Arnold Blvd., 678-945-4444 Fairfield Inn by Marriott, 976 West Pointe Ct., 770-739-2800 Hampton Inn Atlanta Six Flags, 999 Bob Arnold Blvd., 770-745-9990 Motel 6, 920 Bob Arnold Blvd., 678-945-0606 Spring Hill Suites, 960 Bob Arnold Blvd., 770-819-9906 Suburban Lodge, 1270 Waterway Cir., 770-739-5990 In Town Suites Lithia Springs, 637 W. Market Cir., 770-948-8331

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