CITY OF THOMASVILLE EVENTS POSTPONED

In order to assure the health of our citizens and staff, the City of Thomasville announced yesterday the postponement of all City sponsored events through May 15. City Manager Alan Carson said that the decision, while difficult, was made to align with the most recent guidelines released by the Centers for Disease Control regarding large group gatherings. “Postponing our City events is not a decision that was made with ease,” Carson said. “These events are not only a point of...



Photo for 2nd ANNUAL BLACK HISTORY PARADE, CELEBRATION TO FOLLOW

2nd ANNUAL BLACK HISTORY PARADE, CELEBRATION TO FOLLOW

The City of Thomasville invites you to join the community in Downtown Thomasville on Saturday February 8th for a celebration our local Black History, with the 2nd Annual Black History Month Parade & Celebration. The 2nd Annual Black History Month parade is scheduled to begin at 10am. at the intersection of Broad Street and Washington Street (between Thomasville National Bank and the First Baptist Church parking lot). It will travel down Broad Street, turn right on West Jackson Street, and...



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ANOTHER NIGHT OF BLUEGRASS CONCERT FEATURING CAROLINA BLUE TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 23RD

Another Night of Bluegrass featuring Carolina Blue will be held in the Thomasville Municipal Auditorium on Saturday, November 23rd at 7:30 pm. Presented by the City of Thomasville and WTUF-FM, Another Night of Bluegrass is a tradition of nearly 20 years that is treasured by music lovers. Carolina Blue got their start in Brevard, North Carolina, in 2007. They have won several recognitions and awards, including the South Carolina State Bluegrass Championship (2011). The group has...



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VETERANS DAY PARADE APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN

The City of Thomasville is partnering with local veterans groups for the third year in a row to present the Veterans Day Parade on Saturday, November 10th at 10:00 a.m. in downtown Thomasville. The community is encouraged to attend the parade to celebrate the men and women who have served in our U.S. military. Veterans Day officially became a national holiday in 1938; it’s a day to show respect and gratitude to those who were willing to serve our country. “The City of Thomasville stands...