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Liberty County History Is Black History

African-American heritage is such an important part of Liberty County’s history. These four historic sites provide insight into the lives of African-American ancestors who arrived as slaves, gained their freedom, and then fought for civil rights. Photographers Tammy Lee Bradley of Visit the South and Ralph Daniel captured some soulful photos that will inspire you…

National Egg Nog Day

National Eggnog Day is celebrated once a year on the day before Christmas. Eggnog is a sweetened dairy-based beverage associated with Christmas time that is generally made with milk and cream, sugar, eggs and spices. People commonly drink their first eggnog of the year at Thanksgiving and the last one at New Year’s Eve. Also…

23rd Annual Christmas Parade: A Parade of States Is Coming to Main Street

The 23rd Annual Christmas Parade is scheduled for this Friday. This year’s parade will be a procession of lights, bands, community leaders and floats commemorating the states that make up this great nation. We have been working hard all year to ensure that our community has an amazing experience that won’t soon be forgotten. Here…

Let’s Take A Walk Around Liberty County

A walking path can be found throughout Liberty County, whether you are along the lake at Bryant Commons or in Riceboro retracing the steps of our ancestors. The cooler weather is a welcome reprieve from the heat and humidity of summer! It’s nice when the temperature finally drops, and we can enjoy the outdoors even…

October on Instagram

Autumn is calling and we just can’t get enough of it in Liberty County. The leaves are changing colors and the air is crisp enough for a long walk along the Historic Baptismal Trail. The beauty of this time of year in South Georgia is that some days you may be in shorts and t-shirts,…