The Neighborhood Lot is a perfect place to hang out. It is just what the name says, a lot for neighbors to hang out. There are picnic tables, comfy seats, outdoor games, good food and drinks — so gather your friends and neighbors and come hang out in historic downtown McDonough, GA. This is always a happening place with events such as trivia, family night, market days, live music and more!
And if you have a sweet tooth, you can satisfy that at Scoops of McDonough, right next door to The Neighborhood Lot, where you will find a variety of ice cream flavors and more!
And the winner is … The locals in McDonough, GA know they’re lucky to have a great little Italian restaurant like Pasta Max Cafe to call our own. It was named the winner of the “2020 Must-Do Dining” award. Owner and Chef Doug Zitz serves up handmade pastas, exquisite pastas, classic salads and the ever popular olive-and-parm bathed garlic rolls!
IT’S BACK! The Annual Geranium Festival will return on Saturday, July 31, 2021! We cannot wait to see all of you in historic downtown McDonough for our family-friendly festival! Find more info on the Lion’s Club event at GeraniumFestival.com
YAY! This is news we’ve all been waiting for! Scarecrows are coming in October to the McDonough Square!
The annual tradition of Scarecrows will decorate downtown McDonough, GA this fall once again! For more information, check the Main Street McDonough Facebook page. If you’re interested in creating a scarecrow, find registration info here.
Take an Art Walk in McDonough! What a fun way to get out and explore the beautiful city along with the creativity around town!
Participants can stop in the McDonough Welcome Center located at 15 Griffin Street and pick up an official Art Walk McDonough printed guide. The 1.5 mile self-guided walking tour will begin at the Welcome Center and will feature 15 murals, models, and artworks by both local and national artists. Artist Melissa Burgoyne’s Luna Moth is just one of the murals featured on the Art Walk McDonough guide. The tour will end at the Hood Street Gallery where Art Walk McDonough participants will receive an “I Walked the Walk” magnet to commemorate their journey.
For a chance to be featured on Main Street McDonough’s social media, participants should include #ArtWalkMcDonough when posting photos of the tour. With their inaugural Art Walk, Main Street McDonough chose to feature artwork located outside in order to allow for social distancing between participants. While the goal of the Art Walk is to showcase the artwork throughout downtown McDonough as well as to provide a safe event for the public to enjoy, Main Street McDonough also encourages participants to visit businesses on the Square.