On Jan. 21, the City of LaGrange received a 2018 Live, Work, Play City Award presented by the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA), in conjunction with Georgia Trend magazine, during GMA’s annual Mayors’ Day conference in Atlanta.
From lively dramatic theater to symphonic classics and ballet, the arts are showcased in the $2.5 million LaGrange College drama theater, a facility that is greatly appreciated and enthusiastically attended. The theater is one of the many facilities that the college extends to the community. The works of outstanding and emerging artists are displayed at the Lamar Dodd Art Center and the Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum. All of these activities receive energetic support from a strong local arts alliance. Parts of historic Downtown LaGrange are currently being transformed into an arts district.
If you would like to search culture in LaGrange further, great resources are available from the organizations below:
Lafayette Society for the Performing Arts (LSPA)
+706 882 9909
LaGrange Art Museum
+706 882 3267
+706 298 5434
Located less than 15 minutes from the heart of the city West Point Lake provides 26,900 acres of bass and game fishing, boating and camping, plus a 6,397-acre wildlife management area. Just 17 miles away is Callaway Gardens, a four-star recreation and nature resort with golfing, tennis, horticulture, and butterfly conservatories surrounding a conference center that hosts groups to 1,000.
If you would like to search recreation in LaGrange further, great resources are available from the organizations below:
LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce
+706 883 1670
Troup County Parks & Recreation
+706 883 1670