Hollywood Night - Friday Night Live
November 4th - Friday; 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Downtown Woodstock


Celebrate all things Hollywood in Downtown Woodstock at this Friday Night Live


Friday Night Live events start at 6pm. Live Music, Fantastic Food & Festive Activities


Downtown Merchants will have activities going on at their stores and throughout the Downtown area related to the theme of the month. Friday Night Live also features great music as bands play throughout Downtown Woodstock in front of the stores which adds to the street festival feel of the event.


For Additional Information, Call 770-924-0406.

Nighttime Hayrides and Storytelling
November 5th - Saturday // 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site


Enjoy a hayride tour of the Etowah Mounds at night by torchlight followed by a fun evening of snacks and Native American stories. This is a Friends of Etowah Indian Mounds hosted event. $5. For More Information, Call 770-387-3747.



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Soldier and Civillian Life during 

the Civil War and Candlelight Tours
November 11th and 12th
Friday & Saturday // 10:00am - 9:00pm
Pickett's Mill Battlefield State Historic Site


Join us to learn about the life of Soldiers and Civilians during the Civil War. See civilian and military living History Demonstrations. Later that night, participate in a guided interpretive tour. Relive the tense moments of the night battle at Pickett`s Mill. Preregistration is required. $10.00. For More Information, Call 770-443-7850.

bj thomas mill town music hall bremen

BJ Thomas in Concert
November 11th - Friday; 7:30pm
Mill Town Music Hall


In 1966, B.J. Thomas and The Triumphs released the album I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (Pacemaker Records). It featured a hit cover of the Hank Williams song "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry". The single sold over one million copies and was awarded a gold disc. The follow-up single, "Mama", peaked at No. 22. In the same year, Thomas released a solo album of the same name on the Scepter Records label.


Thomas came back to achieve mainstream success again in 1968, first with "The Eyes of a New York Woman", then five months later with the much bigger "Hooked on a Feeling", which featured the sound of an electric sitar and was first released on the album On My Way (Scepter Records). "Hooked on a Feeling" became Thomas's second million-selling record. A year later Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid featured Thomas performing the Bacharach/David song "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head", which won the Academy Award for best original song that year and hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in January 1970.


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