Kurt Thomas at Terraces Amphitheater at Big Canoe

Kurt Thomas, Dahlonega native and winner of Kenny Chesney’s “Next Big Country Star” contest, will be playing at the Terraces Amphitheater on Steve Tate Highway just past the main gate of Big Canoe. The program starts at 7:30 but you may come early to tail gate or enjoy dinner catered by the Sconti Clubhouse of Big Canoe. Advance tickets can be bought for $15 at the Big Canoe Chapel “standaround” Sunday mornings or via a check in the Terraces box at the Big Canoe post office. Tickets are also available at the gate. Come see Kurt Thomas while he is still playing the local venues!!!

Terraces Amphitheater at Big Canoe-7 BRIDGES EAGLES TRIBUTE BAND

The 7 Bridges ~ Eagles tribute band is scheduled to play Saturday April 21 at the Terraces amphitheater at Big Canoe. The show starts at 7:30 but concert goers are encouraged to come early to tailgate, picnic or buy a barbeque plate [$10.00] provided by the Sconti Clubhouse of Big Canoe.

Bring folding chairs or stadium seats but please leave large coolers and tables at home. Food and non alcoholic beverages are permitted in the seated area but alcohol,which is fine for tailgating, is not allowed in the performnce area.

Big Canoe Terraces 4th of July Celebration

The Big Canoe  Independence Day weekend blasts off Saturday July 2  at the Twilight at the Terraces summer concert series  featuring the Atlanta Concert Band.

The Band ,directed by Paul Scanling, son of Big Canoe resident Fred Scanling,  will bring 60-70 musicians to the Terraces to kick off the July 4th celbration with rousing patriotic music. Wear your red, white,and blue for what should be a fun filled evening.  Tailgating will start about 5:30pm with the option of purchasing food catered by the Big Canoe  Sconti clubhouse or bringing your own picnic dinner. Lawn chairs or stadium cushions are recommended to insure a comfortable evening.  The concert will start in the Terraces amphitheater at 7:30pm.

Support "Prevent Child Abuse Pickens County"

Doug Hosmer, Harry Norman-Big Canoe Broker and Bandit

Toys for Pickens Prevent Child Abuse

Doug Hosmer, Harry Norman-Big Canoe broker is  pictured with a reluctant Santa/Bandit with toys collected by the Pickens County Board of Realtors for the Prevent Child Abuse Pickens County Christmas toy drive.  Toys can be accepted until Dec 5 at the Harry Norman office located in the Foothills Shopping Center next to IGA.  Many thanks go out to the residents of Big Canoe and the surounding area for their generosity this holiday season.