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The Sanford House in Milledgeville
Erin Patrick
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Meet Erin: Erin is a Junior at Georgia College, studying Mass Communication, Digital Media, and Spanish. On campus, she is part of the Bobcat Beats A Cappella group as well as Georgia College Miracle, a nonprofit organization that raises thousands of dollars each year for the Children's Miracle Network Hospital in Macon, Ga. Erin has a passion for painting, music, writing and travelling. She is happy to be immersed in the history and charm of Milledgeville and loves to tell others about the hidden gem that is Milly.

Holiday Memories & The Giving Season

Is Milledgeville one of your holiday travel destinations? If not, it should be. From the southern charm of the Governor’s Mansion, adorned with garlands, wreaths and lights, to the beauty of Lockerly Arboretum and Rose Hill in all its winter splendor, Milledgeville has the candlelit tours and…

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Milledgeville’s Creative Culture

Milledgeville may be small but the art scene certainly isn’t, thanks to exhibits at galleries like Ennis Hall and the John Marlor Arts Center. Get in on the creativity by viewing local and nationally renowned artist exhibitions, or by submitting your own art to be displayed in the gallery halls of…

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The Sweet, Sweet Sounds of Deep Roots

The Deep Roots Festival is one of Milledgeville’s biggest claims-to-fame. Why? A big reason is the music. Taking over historic Milledgeville on October 24, 2015, this year’s festival has a musical lineup that’s got locals and visitors buzzing. We’re going to give you an inside look at two of this…

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Seeing Milly on Two Wheels

Centrally located along the 175.7 mile Antebellum Trail Bike Route (ATBR), Milledgeville is home to a still-growing cycling culture. Milledgeville is known as one of Georgia’s antebellum gems, and exploring it on bike is one of the best ways to get a first hand view of the columns and culture that…

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Go Global While Sipping Local

Perhaps one of the best parts of Blackbird Coffee’s downtown presence is the smell of the beans roasting. It’s an irresistible aroma and a subtle reminder of the joy that comes from slow-roasted, hand-poured coffee. From subtle to dark roasts and from giant chocolate chip cookies to scones…

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