Mountain Country Christmas In Lights
Show runs every Thursday, Friday, & Saturday from November 24-December 17th. Come early on Saturdays for the Craft Show and stay for the lights 4pm-9pm! Open EVERY night from December 18th-23rd! Wednesday, December 7th – 6pm – 9pm – Nursing Home Drive ThruThursday, December 8th – 6pm – 9pm – Towns County Residents Night
Memory Lane Classic Car Museum Tour
Saturday August 7
This tourwill begin with sign-in at Starbucks located at 435 Peachtree Parkway Cumming,GA 30041 at 8:00. That is at the northern end of GA 141 just before it gets toI-400. The tour will go from there to Young Harris where we will visit theMemory Lane Classic Car Museum .This will allow us to drive some great twisty mountain roads and see someunique classic cars.
After we haveenjoyed the cars of our past we will go to lunch together in Young Harris. Aseparate dining room will be setup for us with a buffet consisting of pulledpork, boneless chicken breast , tossed salad, bakedbeans, and baked potato casserole. Non-alcoholic beverages are included. Thetour will have a limitation of 35 registrations, but we will take wait-listregistrations after that.
Registrationwill be on clubregistration.netbeginning Monday June 27. Registration will close Sunday August 1 as we mustprovide the total count to the restaurant and pay in advance. As a result, nolate registrations will be possible. Cost for the tour will be $18 per car,plus $5 per person for museum entry. Lunch cost will be $23 per person, whichincludes tax and gratuity.
You will beon your own going home from lunch. You should have time to visit some moregreat mountain roads, or even visit Helen on your way back.
Car Enthusiasts Will Enjoy Walk Down ‘memory Lane’
- Memory Lane Classic Car Museum boasts many unique vehicles, including this 2013 custom-built Atlantis. The museum is located beside the VIP Fieldstone 6 movie theater outside of Young Harris, Ga.
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Northeast Classic Car Museum Will Take You Down Memory Lane
With the kids off from school this week, you may find yourself with some time to check out something new.
The Northeast Classic Car Museum in Norwich is a great option for anyone that’s into vintage cars from the last 100 years. The museum has more than 170 classic automobiles on display in five connected buildings.
Officials said the non-profit facility struggled a bit during the pandemic, but they’re happy to slowly get back to normal.
Whether it’s the Franklin Auto collection or an 80s convertible, a trip to the museum is a sure bet to take you down memory lane.
The museum is holding raffle later this Fall for a chance to win a 1965 Wimbleton White Mustang. Tickets can be purchased online.
The museum is open everyday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Rexford Street in Norwich.
Get Revved Up For The Memory Lane Classic Cars Museum
Vroom vroom! Gearheads and hot rod enthusiasts will love taking a stroll through the Memory Lane Classic Cars Museum in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Georgia. This private collection by Jerry and June Smith features 9 decades worth of automotive history 100+ classic cars, trucks, and motorcycles. Explore the 42,000-square-foot museum with oohs and aahs while checking out a load of hot rods youve only dreamed of.
Previously located in Hiawassee, this car museum now overlooks Lake Chatuge in Young Harris, GA, so its a beautiful experience inside and outside! After touring the car museum, you can start an outdoor adventure or enjoy water fun nearby in Towns County. And if you prefer more activities, you can attend the Memory Lane Classic Car Show in spring!
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