Be Thankful You’re in Dublin GA
Be thankful you’re in Dublin GA this November, you’ve made a great choice—let us show you the best ways to fill your hearts and hands with warmth this month!
The last days of autumn are a time to be thankful for the crisp air and clouds blanket the city. It’s the perfect time of year to tuck into favorite fall foods, holiday festivities and get off the beaten path.
1. November Spirit
Immerse yourself in the magic of Christmas with live music, kiddie crafting and cozy cups of cocoa while browsing festive gifts for loved ones during Christmas Made at the Market in Downtown Dublin starting Saturday, November 2nd. The market will be filled with the jolliest local artists and bakers to share in the holiday spirit every Saturday in November from 10 AM until 4 PM!
2. Take A Moment
Explore a world of artistry at the Dublin Carnegie. Stroll the gallery, sip specialty wines, have a few nibbles and listen to live music while searching high and low for the perfect art piece during Paint the Town with Art and Sound on Saturday, November 9th at 10 AM until 4 PM and Sunday, November 10th at 1 PM until 4 PM.
3. Annual Honors
March your way into prizes and honor those who have served during the 3rd Annual Veterans Day Parade on Saturday, November 9th at 1 PM to 3 PM. Hurry and get your entry form HERE because the deadline is November 6th. Also, applications can be picked up and returned to Georgia Military College Dublin Campus located at 200 South Jefferson Street Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 7 PM.
4. Thankful For Tradition
Browse the most fabulous gifts from across the southeast during Dublin Service League‘s 56th Annual Antique Fair & Marketplace. Complete your holiday shopping start to finish with teatime to spare November 12th and 13th at the DuBose Porter Center.
5. Black Friday Brings the Sparkle
Embrace old world tradition with a modern-day spin during the Dublin Christkindlmarket opening Black Friday in Downtown Dublin! Delight the whole family with shopping and events every weekend right through December.
Photo Credit: Brandi Sharpton Brown