Don’t forget to visit Greenville on your way to Warm Springs!

Greenville use to be a sleepy small town until Linda Wilbur decided to retire their. Several years ago she decided to start renovating buildings on the square .around the town’s beautiful courthouse. Today she has two very active art galleries and a successful eating venue serving the community. All the sidewalks have been redone, and the town is on the move.

Linda loves art and has overseen the opening of Artisan on the Square- the gallery is exhiniting the art of Jane Whitehurst and Jane McGregor Dunn through August 21.

The gallery is located at 397 LaGrange Street Greenville, Georgia, on the historic courthouse square, directly across from Meriwether Courthouse. When you get to the square, you are there! Gallery Hours Thursday – Saturday 11am – 5pm

Right across the street behind the courthouse you will find Willows Eatery which has become one the local hangouts for lunch. Open 7.30 to 2.30 daily-(706) 672-8050 It is open 7 days.

Adjoining the restaurant is the other art shop of Linda’s call the Print shop and gallery. . Art here is on consignment, and you can find artist like Annie Greene, Elizabeth Stagle and Ron Johnson. There are some good deals to be had, and this should be a must stop if you are looking for art.