• Serenity Massage and Day Spa

    Serenity Massage and Day Spa offer a variety of therapeutic service to help you escape from this stressful world. Service they offer are massages, body treatments, reflexology, ear candling and Ionic foot baths. So call and make your appointment today. Alway check out their website for details on our services.

  • Upsy Daisy

     Located on the Gainesville Square; open M-F 10-5:30 / SAT 10-4. Bridal and Baby registry available. The Loft space available for rent. Be Thoughtful. Be Happy. As you purchase a “thoughtful” gift, you’ll be “happy” to know that you are supporting a local non-profit or mission project.  

  • Lemonade Makers

    Lemonade Makers, a local goods market situated in Gainesville, Georgia, first opened its doors in 2015 with a goal of spreading the love for local handcrafted items + unique finds. All of our goods are sourced within a 500-mile radius and we are proud of it! When you shop with Read more [...]

  • Rahab’s Rope

    We have a story to tell about sex trafficking in India and our work there to see it end. In the biblical book of Joshua, we meet Rahab, a prostitute in the city of Jericho (to read her full story, click here). When the Israelites sent two spies to scope Read more [...]

  • District 101 Wear House

    Shopping & Retail Category: Antiques & Vintage Arts & Crafts Supply Store Bank Big Box Retailer Bike Shop Book Store Camera Store Clothing Store Comic Book Store Computers & Electronics Convenience Store 101 Bradford St Gainesville, Georgia 30501 Tue – Sat: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Email – shopdistrict101@yahoo.com

  • Northeast Georgia History Center

    The Northeast Georgia History Center provides an elegant backdrop for any occasion from business meetings to wedding receptions. Rental Options Include: Rotunda and Grand Hall (3,377 square feet) Education Center (1,000 square feet) 16-seat Conference Room 200-seat Amphitheatre Clients may choose to rent each area individually or to rent a Read more [...]

  • Smithgall Arts Center

    The Arts Council Depot was built in 1914 as one of the only two-story railroad passenger stations in northeast Georgia. The building operated as a passenger station for the Jefferson and Southern Railroad until its purchase by the Gainesville Midland Railroad. In the 1940’s passenger service began to wane and the facility Read more [...]