We have both a Facebook Business Page, and a Facebook Group. The business page is run by the Museum Director and includes event information and news on exhibits and presentations. The group is community run and a wealth of collected photos and stories from the general public. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.

The Polk County Historical Society is partnering with McBrayer's Furniture on their annual TOY DRIVE! How it works: If you're buying toys for your family & friends, you can take advantage of McBrayer's BUY 1 DONATE 1 Melissa & Doug toy sale in their store. They have a large variety of toys to choose from, starting at only $5. You buy 1 and they will donate 1 to charity! These quality toys are priced lower than you'll find in other retail outlets! For those not necessarily looking for toys to purchase, but want to donate: At the museum, we have a drop box for any new, unwrapped toy or you can purchase from a selection of Melissa & Doug we have on display. All proceeds and donated toys will go to McBrayer's chosen local charities. We will also have a collection box at the Christmas Brass Concert at the Cedartown Performing Arts Center on December 6th! ...

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“The Big Spring...has drawn many visitors from all over, including English author Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), who wrote poetry about the surroundings.” First One Hundred Years, L. D. Carter

It is awful to think of the consequences if a man would be shut off from his supply of lime for a while and then get loose in a cemetery. An ordinary tombstone would hardly be enough for a lunch for him. Cedartown Record, 27 Feb 1875

The "moonshiners" in the mountains of Northeast Georgia ... have had several skirmishes in the last few days with the deputies, in which the latter were glad to get out of the mountains alive. Cedartown Advertiser, 11 Dec 1879

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