Learn more about Madison, GA here! The month of February often brings thoughts of love and romance to everyone’s minds. If you can’t decide what to give your special someone for Valentine’s Day, why not give the gift of quality time together experiencing and exploring a beautiful town? This year, your valentine (or girls group)… Continue reading Madison’s Romantic Getaway Itinerary
Learn more about Madison, Georgia here! Think you’ve seen it all after driving down Main Street? Think again! Morgan County is home to so many wonderful amenities and many are hidden throughout the county. Read on to learn about a few of our hidden gems! Steffen Thomas Museum of Art Credit: Steffen Thomas Museum of… Continue reading Hidden Gems in Morgan County
1. Southern Living Magazine Say’s Madison is the #1 Small Town in Georgia. – It’s horn tootin’ time because one of the south’s most iconic publications has deemed Madison as the Best Small Town in Georgia, 2018! If you trust Southern Living Magazine for recipes, design inspiration, and gardening tips, maybe you’ll love Madison, too!… Continue reading 5 Reasons to Visit Madison This Spring
Learn more about Madison, Georgia here! Masquerade: A party, dance, or other festive gathering of persons wearing masks and other disguises, and often elegant, historical, or fantastic costumes. Get dolled up for the 2018 Mardi Gras Gala presented by the Steffen Thomas Museum of Art, which will take place on Saturday, February 3 at Madison’s… Continue reading Get Ready for a Mardi Gras Gala!
Known for its civil war history and antebellum beauties, the postcard worthy town of Madison is also home to a thriving art scene. Be sure to check out some of the latest exhibits and events of the season! On Display until December 23, 2017 Works by Lucinda Bunnen at The Steffen Thomas Museum of Art… Continue reading Madison & Morgan County Art Calendar
Let me tell you a story about the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center (MMCC). The 1895 Romanesque Revival building located in the heart of Madison originally served as the towns first graded schoolhouse. The progressive educational facility offered a separate classroom for each grade level one through seven. After years of school use and a brief period… Continue reading Storytime at the Cultural Center