ROME, Ga. – Humanitarian and activist Cara Yar Khan will be sharing her story of overcoming adversity and disability exclusion at 7 p.m. Wednesday (Jan. 16) in the Berry College Krannert Ballroom.
It’s time to reserve your spot and join more than 1,500 glowing, green-garbed, bubble-blasting, foam-frolicking runners and walkers along the trails and streets of Downtown Rome for the 2019 edition of the Harbin Clinic Leprechaun-a-thon on Saturday, March 16.
One Book, Many Voices in Rome is proud to partner with Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home to announce the selection of the novel Thirteen Moons by award winning author Charles Frazier as the community book for 2019.
Sarah Burks was driving her husband’s customized Chevrolet Corvette shortly after his death in 2017 when she felt the call to return to the horse show world after three decades away.
Jennifer Tinsley began feeling a pull to get into painting about seven years ago. She now believes that feeling was a calling from God, but at that time, she never thought she’d be producing art professionally.
In honor of Black History Month, Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home will co-sponsor a workshop to help you find your African American ancestors at the Rome-Floyd County Library from 10 a.m. -12 p.m. on Saturday, February 2nd in the Coosa Room. Sponsored in-part by both the Alpha Kappa Alpha …
A partnership between the City of Rome’s Downtown Development Authority and the Historic DeSoto Theatre Foundation brings “Holiday Hangout at the DeSoto” on Saturday starting at 6 p.m.
Beginning Jan. 16, Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home will present “Of Influence: Portraits of Cherokee People,” a traveling exhibition on loan from the Oklahoma History Center and funded by a grant from the Rome Area Council for the Arts.
Many Rome residents have heard of, and attend DragonCon, a multigenre science fiction and fantasy convention held annually in Atlanta.
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.
A three-day event running from Friday through Sunday aims to provide a platform for various social, religious, ethnic and cultural groups to share how they embrace the festive time of year.
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.
The Rome Area Heritage Foundation will present trolley tours of Rome’s historic neighborhoods on Dec. 1, at 2 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Rome and Floyd County residents are preparing for a big event in December. Our neighbors, coworkers and friends have a big performance coming up.
An unusual tradition is taking place at Shorter University right now which has its roots in ancient Japan.
Siri Selle has reached a personal and professional milestone and she wants to share that with the Rome community.
The Berry College Music Program will host its first-ever Songwriters’ Summit featuring Jim Lauderdale, Griffin House and Pierce Pettis on Friday.
Community members come together to honor and celebrate the lifelong contributions of canine caregivers to cancer patients at the American Cancer Society Bark For Life event on November 3 at The Coosa Valley Fairgrounds.
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.
The Rome Symphony Orchestra kicks off its 97th season with performances celebrating “Rome” as well as our nation’s military.
Several members of the Rome High School Cross-Country team took full advantage of their fall break by spending five days at Disney World and participating in the 22nd Annual Disney Cross-Country Classic at the ESPN Wide World of Sports.
Rome residents and visitors alike will have a lot to do this weekend when the Northwest Georgia Air Show as well as Fiddlin' Fest bring entertainment to the skies above Rome and to Broad Street.
Five years ago, a client at Salon Ten 17 was having her hair done. Her name was Gladys and she was a volunteer at Cancer Navigators. She happened to ask the salon’s owner, Cindy Stansell, if she and the other stylists might help organize the wig room at Cancer Navigators.