“Thomas County: 101” is the perfect introduction to the story of Thomas County history for those new to the community and a refresher for longtime community members. Explore Thomasville and Thomas County’s evolution from the antebellum plantation era to the Resort Era and beyond.
This is the first of two lectures in our “Slides of March Lecture Series” which is held annually at the History Center. This lecture will be presented by Ephraim Rotter, Curator of Collections, Thomasville History Center. This program is presented free of charge and is open to all.
The Thomasville History Center will open the multi-purpose room in the Flowers-Roberts Basement the second Saturday of each month to local crafters for our latest edition of “Hand-Crafted” a drop-in craft gathering. The drop-in sessions will be from 10am until noon and crafters are invited to bring along your current project- knitting, crochet, rug hooking, embroidery, etc- to enjoy company and conversation with your fellow hobbyists.
The gathering will take place in the Flowers-Roberts Basement. Drinks and snacks are welcome and crafters must bring along any materials or supplies they require.
This program is offered free of charge and we ask for an RSVP by email or phone in advance. To RSVP, call 229-226-7664 or email amelia@thomascountyhistory.org