BOSTON, Ga. -- The Boston Historic Tour Committee will be offering tours of the centuries-old city on Saturday, April 13.
The tour will cover 10 sites, showing why the city on the National Register of Historic Places. The cites will include the Boston Presbyterian Church, Primitive Baptist Church, several historic homes, and the town's Carnegie Library. The tour hours are from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., but local shops and restaurants will be open all day.
There will also be a quilt show at the Primitive Baptist Church.Sixty contemporary and antique quilts will be on display.
Maps and Brochures are available at The Boston Community Center, which is located at 112 North Main Street. For more information about the tour, call Margot Brown at 229-298-4087.
Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. All proceeds will go towards the Preservation of Boston's Old Town Hall, which now houses the Boston Police Department.