Lifestyles

As printed in the December 1918 editions of the Rome Tribune-Herald

 The Historic DeSoto Theatre Foundation’s “The Polar Express” Pajama Party has become a family tradition in downtown Rome. Once again, the little ones will get to wear their pajamas, robes and slippers, and head downtown to the theater.

As printed in the December 1918 editions of the Rome Tribune-Herald

As presented in the November 1918 editions of the Rome Tribune-Herald

The Georgia’s Rome Office of Tourism invites the public to the 2018 Winter Art Market, held December 1-2 at the Rome Civic Center. The market will be open from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Christmas Back Home returns to the Rome City Auditorium on Dec. 7 and 8 at 7 p.m. 

100 years ago as presented in the October 1918 editions of the Rome Tribune-Herald

If Rome and Floyd County residents want a cool handmade bowl created by a local artist while supporting a great organization, they need to get tickets now for one of Rome’s most popular fall events.

As presented in the October 1918 editions of the Rome Tribune-Herald

More and more Rome residents descend on Broad Street each year in October for an annual event that has come to symbolize the community’s unity and its willingness to support an important cause.

As presented in the 1918 editions of the Rome Tribune-Herald

On Oct. 18, Rome’s newest social venue, The Vogue, will host Oktoberfest — an evening of fun, festive music and, of course, German food and beer.