Brannon-Heard HouseThe City of Cumming has awarded a lease agreement to the Sawnee Association of the Arts for the exclusive use of the Brannon-Heard House to create a downtown arts center.
The center will offer art displays and shows, classes and demonstrations, and a gift shop selling items handcrafted by SAA members.
The agreement assures greater community use of the house, while providing stable rental fees which will in turn be used to better maintain the historic facility.
Recently, The Inner Light Paranormal team has been investigating the Brannon-Heard House in response to reports of paranormal activity.
School Street Playhouse The historic 1923 Cumming Schoolhouse, is now Tam’s School Street Playhouse. In the spring of 2018, the Mayor and City Council made the decision to lease the theater to Brian and Kelly Tam, owners of Tam’s Backstage Restaurant, who have leased the restaurant space within the building from the City for more than 10 years.
Please Note:The Historical Society of Forsyth County will maintain their headquarters in the facility in accordance with their lease contract.
Information on how donors can pick up their items that were on display in the school rooms will be published shortly.
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