Taste of Douglasville

, Posted Jan 25, 2021 Douglasville, Georgia


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As the Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/ Douglas County (CAC) continues to monitor Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments closely, the health and well-being of our community and members is of utmost importance to us. With that, after much consideration, sadly the CAC has decided to cancel The Taste of Douglasville/Chili Cook Off (Best of Both) scheduled for October 17th.

As the pandemic has halted businesses throughout the State, nonprofits and arts are taking a hard hit. The CAC, a nonprofit organization, had to cancel 2 out of 3 of the largest fundraising events due to the pandemic this year. These cancellations not only make a negative impact on the CAC’s revenue but an impact on artists whose sole income is based on commissions and performances. We are now calling for our community to stand up for when “You Can’t Save the Date—Save the Arts” funding campaign to support the arts center.

The CAC is calling all heroes to make a donation to support the programs, arts education, public art, and events in the community. Every dollar makes a difference and every dollar brings us closer to the goal of $30,000.  Special benefit levels will be offered with marketing opportunities and incentives.

SAVE THE DATE: May, 15, 2021 11 am – 5 pm
in Downtown Douglasville, Georgia
Free admission & parking. $1 a ticket to taste.

The Cultural Arts Council, in partnership with the City of Douglasville, is ready to celebrate with the community’s most popular event of the year – the annual Taste of Douglasville! 


  • A restaurant/ business showcase
  • Exciting performances on the O’Neal Plaza Stage
  • Community booths for products and services
  • A FREE children’s entertainment area of art, exploration, and merriment.

Each year, participants not only enjoy Taste of Douglasville, but they also help the Cultural Arts Council support school programs reaching local students, providing affordable spring and summer arts camps in county and city parks, free Family ArtsVentures! curricula-based school performances followed by the same artists performing spring and fall concerts for the whole family, critically acclaimed gallery exhibits at the historic Roberts-Mozley House, and many more special events like the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. Thank you all in advance for your support!

The food vendors will be serving up samples and tastes of a variety of cuisines such as Barbecue, Italian, Louisiana cuisine, pizza, Mexican, and desserts of all sorts. This year food vendors include A Little Taste of Heaven, Cool Zone, Empanda Takeover,Gabe’s Downtown Hudson’s Hickory House,Kona Ice,Shane’s Rib Shack, Sweet Sisters Ice Cream & Treats,The Vine Café and Market, and West GA Technical College, Taste is both a sample for attendees and a competition amongst the restaurants.


Douglasville Cultural Arts Council