Recently, a venue opened in historic Goldston, the Depot, and it offers an appealing and affordable option for intimate gatherings or small meetings and retreats. While that sounds like many meeting sites, this one is special, with a location that guests like because it’s truly a stop and a spot for meeting in the middle.
This junction is a nifty departure from a conventional venue, so whether you’re taking a tour of Southern Supreme Gourmet in Bear Creek and want to bring your group for a private catered lunch or if you’d like to host a bridal or baby shower, you’ll find a ton of historic photo ops in Goldston. The setting is a small-town feel, with Calico Quilt Antiques nearby and plenty of local flair.
The contrasts in decor will enhance but not distract from your celebration. You can also work with the meeting director and caterer to customize your event or meeting. Adjacent to the Depot are Rufus’ Restaurant and Lizzie’s Grill-N-Chill. Mother-daughter duo, Rhonda Lee (meeting director) and her daughter, Elizabeth Lee (caterer and restaurateur), welcome the opportunity to help plan, cater, and host events and occasions.
Take in the southern hospitality and opt for some pre-planning at Goldston Old Fashion Day, Oct 14. Photographers, florists, and other vendors will be on-site to discuss upcoming events and showcase their services.