The Fitzpatrick Hotel in Washington, Georgia


  • - Civil War Roundtable

    The Fitzpatrick Hotel

    The Washington-Wilkes Civil War Round Table meets the 4th Monday evening of each month (except December). Each monthly meeting includes dinner and an entertaining guest speaker. Cost $10.00. Please contact Claibourne Darden for reservations at 404-210-5811 or

  • - Farmers Market -- Saturday mornings

    Behind the Courthouse

    Vendors with vegetables, flowers, baked goods, honey, and craft items. Great place to purchase or just to browse. For more information visit or go to their facebook page at

  • 13 September 2014 - Cruise in on the Square

    The Square

    Memory Lane Cruisers will host a Cruise-In on the Square from 5-8 pm. For more information, contact Dave Toburen at:

  • 11 October 2014 - Mule Days Southern Heritage Festival

    Callaway Plantation

    Arts and Crafts, Mule Events, Primitive Craft Demonstrations, Live Entertainment, Vintage Cars, Antique Tractors and Engines, and Confederate/Revolutionary War Encampments. A fun event for all ages. We are looking forward to seeing you at Callaway Plantation, 2160 Lexington Rd (US Hwy 78), Washington, GA 30673. From 9am to 4pm.

  • 18 October 2014 - Resthaven Revisited

    Historic Resthaven Cemetery

    This annual production by the Washington Little Theater takes place each October in Washington's Historic Resthaven Cemetery. Prominent citizens buried in the cemetery come to life to tell you about their life and times. Additional information about showtimes will be published as available. For more information contact the Little Theater at 706-678-9582.

  • 8 November 2014 - Revolutionary War Roundtable

    Women's Club, 108 N. Alexander Avenue (within walking distance of the Fitzpatrick)

    Southern Campaigns Revolutionary War Roundtable, in cooperation with the Kettle Creek Battlefield Association, will hold its roundtable at the Washington Woman’s Club. Anyone interested is invited to make a short presentation on any subject related to the American Revolution, to share research, try out a book talk, or to seek help from our scholars. This event is free and the public is invited; however, we will pass the hat for lunch and copy costs and a donation to our host. We will start at 10:00 am, have a “Dutch Treat” luncheon and finish up by 4:30 pm. The Washington Woman’s Club is located at 108 N. Alexander Avenue in downtown Washington. For additional information, please see a more detailed posting at

  • 9 November 2014 - Tour of Wilkes County Revolutionary War sites

    Meet on the Square at 9:00am

    Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution sponsors a Corps of Discovery car pooled tour to Wilkes County Revolutionary War sites. This event is free and the public is invited. We will meet at 9:00 am, form car pools, break for lunch (on your own) and finish by 3:00 pm. We will tour the Kettle Creek battlefield with the principal archaeologist, and see colonial fort sites in the Ceded Lands. For additional information, please see a more detailed posting at