Sunday, February 26   5-7 PM,

 4815b  South Main Street, Acworth GA

Grammy award winning Singer/Songwriter Louisa Branscomb and Friends of Distinction 

 

Louisa penned her first song at age 6, and won her first songwriting composition at age 11, garnering a performance with the Birmingham Symphony on her piece. By age 20 she had written her first 300 songs, and by 1973, and one of the first women to front a band playing banjo. To date, Louisa has over 175 songs recorded in Americana, bluegrass and country by greats including Claire Lynch, Alison Krauss, John Denver, and Dale Ann Bradley and 11 albums of her own, or mostly her own material. A short list of accolades includes: Atlanta Music Hall of Honor, two IBMA Recorded Event of the Year Awards, Winner of the Chris Austin Songwriting Contest (Merlfest), SPBGMA Song of the Year (Steel Rails), Nominations for Songwriter of the Year (IBMA, SPBGMA), numerous chart hits in Bluegrass and Americana music, and the 2014 IBMA Song of the Year, “Dear Sister,” penned with and performed by Claire Lynch.

Please Note:  The Songwriting workshop led by Louisa Branscomb scheduled for Saturday has been postponed due to a scheduling conflict.  The new date will be announced at the concert.


Final Week to see

(dis) Connect  - Exhibit at the Main Street Gallery

Release - By Cara Marie Young

Release - By Cara Marie Young


An exhibition of artists of the African Diaspora searching for connections to themselves and the world around them. Including Georgia Artists Ashlyn Pope, Cara Marie Young, Kelly Rose Wilkinson, with Nigerian Artist Kawahya Pastor Daniel. Curated by Donte' K. Hayes  -   Exhibit hosted by the Acworth Cultural Arts Center in observance of African-American Heritage Month. Gallery Hours are 3-6 PM Wednesday through Saturday.


Book Readings at the Main Street Gallery

The Acworth Branch of the Cobb County Libraries new book reading series at the Main Street Gallery is held on the third Wednesday of each month at 1:00 pm.  Featured  book is Pam Jenoff's novel "The Last Summer at Chelsea Beach."  This event is free and open to all those interested participating in a community book discussion.  Stop by the Acworth Library to find out more...


The Acworth Cultural Arts Center's Red Onion press launches new printmaking and film project

 

And consider: Beautiful, airy space, great acoustics and fantastic location. Rent the Main Street Gallery for your next special event! Email us for more information!

2016 Allatoona Book Festival Sponsors

Thank you to our generous sponsors for supporting the Allatoona Book Festival!