A Place to Play
Dallas is home to beautiful landscape and scenery you can take in by visiting on of the main parks in the area. Coleman Camp Park is an excellent place to spend the day with the entire family. Pavilions, grills, and picnic tables are located within the park, making it ideal for reunions and family gatherings. A walking trail also runs through the park if exercise and nature are on your mind. Sara Babb Park is the one to visit if sports is your thing. This park features four tennis courts, two baseball fields, and two volleyball courts.
Dalls Theater Civic C
The Dallas Theater is ideal when looking for entertainment, educational opportunities, or enlightening performances. Opened since 1927, the theater has undergone many transformations in order to become what it is today. It is not just limited to performing arts, however, and is often used by organizations and residents looking for a classy venue to host their events. With a hall that can seat 200, the center is an excellent place to hold a wedding receptions, meetings, or reunions. It is equipped with sound systems, a podium, and everything else needed to make your occasion memorable.
If art gives you a thrill, be sure to check out the Paulding Fine Arts Center. The non-profit organization has been operating since 1982 with the goal of providing Paulding County citizens with artistic experiences. Several exhibits are on display at the Historic Dallas Courthouse, including traditional fine arts and children’s works. One unique feature of the exhibits is that visitors can meet the artist and have a chance to interact with them to learn more. Classes are also held at the center so that you can learn different techniques and styles related to art.