Hunt for hearts 2024

The Cultural Arts Council (CAC) Douglasville /Douglas County and the Douglasville Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) invite you to “Hunt for Hearts”! There are 11 brand new hearts placed around Douglasville and Douglas County and we challenge you to find all of them!

Everyone who submits a selfie of them and one of the new hearts will be entered to win one of two prize baskets! Keep reading to find out how to submit your selfies. This self-guided hunt is happening between February 1st – 29th, 2024! Be sure to follow the CAC and CVB on Facebook so you can be notified when the winners are announced on March 1st. The new hearts can be found at:

Nichols Center – 6534 Spring St.

J. Tom Worthan Memorial Park – 6649 E Strickland St.

Deer Lick Park – 2105 Mack Rd.

Metro Garage Doors – 12871 Veterans Memorial Highway

Mill Village Park – 8320 Grady St.

Douglasville Police Department – 2083 Fairburn Rd.

Clinton Nature Preserve – 8720 Ephesus Church Rd.

Douglas County School System – 11490 Veterans Memorial Highway

Lithia Springs Library – 7100 Turner Dr.

Firestation #4 – 8271 Highway 166

Douglas County Senior Services – 6287 Fairburn Rd.





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Instagram: @discoverdouglasvillega

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“Love Where You Live” encourages collaboration between local businesses. Local company, DeNyse Sign Company was hired to fabricate the heart-shaped canvases that each artist painted. While Paulding Precast Products, and Print South Media based in Villa Rica sponsored the project to create the bases and plaques that go along with each heart. Throughout the project, the CAC has received support from GreyStone Power Company, who in addition to sponsoring one of the hearts, believes in the positive power of public art in Douglas County.

Public art enriches the community and improves our quality of life through its ability to enrich the environment, to ignite the imagination, encouraging thought and prompting discourse. Public art benefits the community through placemaking, bringing people together, and can be used as a tool in economic development. Public art can also strengthen personal connections to one’s community. Learn more about the CAC’s public art projects at