When You Can’t Save the Date – Save the Arts

As the Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/ Douglas County (CAC) continues to monitor Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments closely, the health and well-being of our community and members is of utmost importance to us. Sadly and, after much consideration, the CAC has decided to cancel The Taste of Douglasville/Chili Cook Off (Best of Both Festival) scheduled for October 17th. As the pandemic has halted businesses throughout the State, nonprofits and arts are taking a hard hit. The CAC, a nonprofit organization, had to cancel 2 out of 3 of the Read More

Best of Both – Where Taste of Douglasville meets Chili Cook-Off

CAC Announces Best of Both Festival! Douglasville, Georgia – Annually, the Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/Douglas County (CAC) has celebrated the coming of summer with a Taste of Douglasville festival. Due to COVID-19, the CAC’s largest fundraiser of the year had to be postponed. The CAC is now proud to present on Saturday, October 17, 2020 from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm, in correlation with the City of Douglasville, The Best of Both Festival in downtown Douglasville. This will bring you Read More

Taste of Douglasville 2020 Date Change

New Date for Taste of Douglasville 2020! Douglasville, Georgia – Ready to get your business out in front of people again? Ready to talk face to face with potential clients? Want to reach 12,000 people in one day? The Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/Douglas County (CAC) in partnership with the City of Douglasville is continuing to accept applications for vendors at Taste of Douglasville 2020.  For twenty-seven years, the CAC has celebrated the coming of summer with a Taste of Douglasville Read More

Taste of Douglasville Winners Announced!

Taste of Douglasville winners! Douglasville, Georgia – The Cultural Arts Council hit a record-breaking year at their annual Taste of Douglasville Fundraiser. Four awards were presented to food vendors that were judged by Chef Scott Lamphere from Gordon Food Services, Junior Top Chef Rose Genter, and      Culinary Specialist with Longhorns Steakhouse Linda Edwards. Best Entrée went to Blu Rose Art Bistro for their delectable Meatball, Best Dessert went to Southern Luncheons for their Avocado Ice Cream, and Best Presentation went to Read More

Taste of Douglasville Winners

Taste of Douglasville 2018 packed downtown Douglasville last weekend!    Douglasville, Georgia – Saturday, May 19th brought the threat of thunderstorms but ended up bringing a beautiful sunny day which helped make a supremely successful Taste of Douglasville Fundraiser for the Arts Council. All categories of activities met or exceeded the Cultural Arts Council’s goals – number of restaurants, sponsors, performers, Arts & Craft booths, Better Living booths, Kid’s Korner booths and Festival Roamers.  It was an active, happy and Read More

Young Entrepreneur at Taste of Douglasville

  Douglasville, Georgia –The Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/Douglas County has celebrated the coming of summer with a Taste of Douglasville festivity and this year, the 25th festival, is no different. On Saturday, May 19th from 11 am -5 pm the downtown Douglasville area will be full of citizens and visitors enjoying warm weather, eating great food, enjoying local performers, visiting community booths aplenty, all alongside several thousand new friends. A special Kids Korner will keep the smallest citizens entertained and Read More

Press Release: Taste of Douglasville 2018

  Douglasville, Georgia – Annually, the Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/Douglas County has celebrated the coming of summer with a Taste of Douglasville festivity and this year, the 25th festival,  is no different. On Saturday, May 19th from 11 am -5 pm the downtown Douglasville area will be full of citizens and visitors enjoying warm weather, eating great food, enjoying local performers, visiting community booths  aplenty, all alongside several thousand new friends. A special Kids Korner will keep the smallest citizens Read More

Taste of Douglasville’s biggest spread yet!

Annually, the Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/Douglas County has celebrated the coming of summer with a Taste of Douglasville festivity and this year, the 24th festival, was no different. On Saturday, May 20th from 11AM-5PM the downtown Douglasville area was full of citizens and visitors enjoying warm weather, eating great food, enjoying local performers, visiting community booths aplenty, all alongside several thousand new friends. A special Kids Korner showcasing the Master Gardeners, the popular Water Works display, charades, ThunderZone bowling, face Read More