Antiques, junktiques, and treasures galore! That’s what awaits you at Ringgold’s Fall Junk Market. Join us for a weekend of shopping, exploring, and more as you check out our historic city! This Market is the perfect opportunity to check out all of our local businesses as most everything is within walking distance.
Did you know Dolly Parton got married in Ringgold Georgia on May 30th 1966?? We celebrate their anniversary with Dolly Days! Come to Ringgold from 9-5 and see where Dolly got married, check out the Dolly Mural, and enjoy all the other Dolly fun that is planned.
Visit Ringgold During the Spring Junk Market to see multiple store fronts showing a variety antiques, who knows the treasures you may find.
We open the season with Wine and Art in Ringgold! Artists interested can email us for an application. This event has been a great one and includes art, wine, food, and live music! Do NOT miss it! This is YOUR market Ringgold.
Grab your moms, sisters, aunts, besties, or even your husbands and come sip, mingle, munch & shop through downtown Ringgold! Many businesses in Ringgold will be offering discounts, giveaways, swag bags, refreshments & snacks!
It is going to be a fun morning of paddling/floating along the South Chickamauga Creek through Ringgold. We will start at the Canoe Launch by the Ringgold Nature Trail and float for a couple of hours to the launch behind Ringgold High School. We are encouraging BOATS, but ANY flotation device will work!
This County-Wide Clean-up effort is a fun, easy way for your people to work together on a project that will benefit our world and bring us together as a community.
Come learn about the concept and construction of the Western and Atlantic Railroad through Ringgold and how it was one of the most important elements of Catoosa County History. The Andrews Raid, aka “The Great Locomotive Chase”, was one of the most historic events in our country’s history, and brought national focus on Ringgold. The Event will be held within The Ringgold Depot.
When an esteemed doctor selects a handful of applicants for a private group therapy session, the Pulitzer Prize-winning doctor gets more than he bargains for. The group consisting of a political consultant, a sensual restaurant hostess; a snob socialite, a sly antiques dealer, a real estate mogul, and a cop with a grudge – all the vastly different come together only to find that the doctor who summoned them has been murdered. The play is full of twists, turns, red herrings, and hold-your-breath shocks that culminate with an explosive ending. Will the patients figure things out, or will someone actually get away with murder? The play will be directed by Anthony Mrotek and will run for five total performances Aug. 24- 27. The play will have acting roles available for seven men and four women.
Al and Willie as “Lewis and Clark” were top- billed vaudevillians for over forty years. Now they aren’t even speaking. When CBS requests them for a “History of Comedy” retrospective, a grudging reunion brings the two back together, along with a flood of memories, miseries, and laughs. The story follows the attempt by a young theatrical agent to re-unite his elderly uncle, a former vaudevillian great, with his long-time stage partner for a TV reunion. Despite their celebrated reputation, the two old men have not spoken in twelve years. Besides re-mastering their sketch, the two men have numerous issues to work out before they are ready to return to the public eye. This comedy will be directed by Levi Witt and will run for five total performances June 1-4. Auditions will be held in late March/early April. The show has roles available for 5 men and 2 women.