Hancock Park

Park/Recreation AreaFarmers/Local MarketOrganic/Local FoodLocal MusicPedestrian Friendly

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This public park holds many events and gatherings which include:

Farmers Market from March through October open Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

First Friday Night concerts start in May and end in September. For 2010 the dates will be May 7th, June 4th, July 2nd, August 6th, and September 3rd.

Dahlonega birthday celebration is celebrated September 19th and 20th. This past year we celebrated Dahlonega's 175th.

4th of July celebrations consist of a pet show, community service corner, and watermelon cutting in Hancock Park.

May 17th and 18th there is a Mountain Flower Art Festival in which there is a garden expo.

Bear on the Square is April 18th - 20th.

Gold Rush is October 17th and 18th.

In December you can find Christmas music being sung and played.

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If you are interested to attend the Farmer's Market in town to get local produce, the best dates to visit would be between late spring to early fall, (the growing season). In the late spring, variety of produce is usually limited to flowering plants and local crafts. Mid-summer usually brings in a large variety of fresh local produce, edible or flowering, canned products such as pickled produce, jams, and jellies. Local crafts will be available due to the larger influx of customers.

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Chuck Robertson Nov 2009 "I now go to the farmers market on Tuesdays and Saturdays before going to the grocery story. If I can by locally I do and I've made friends too."

If you are interested to attend the Farmer's Market in town to get local produce, the best dates to visit would be between late spring to early fall, (the growing season). In the late spring, variety of produce is usually limited to flowering plants and local crafts. Mid-summer usually brings in a large variety of fresh local produce, edible or flowering, canned products such as pickled produce, jams, and jellies. Local crafts will be available due to the larger influx of customers.

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