The Cornelia Community House has been a valuable resource to the town of Cornelia since it was built by the CCC workers of the FDR administration. The main floor has a large ball room/meeting room that is often used for private parties and receptions of local civic groups. During the 1940s community square dances were held there; in the 1960s high school home coming dances and junior senior proms were held there.
The Community House is adjacent to Cornelia City Park which has children's play areas, picnic tables, walking trails and currently the drive through the park has an evening display of beautiful Christmas lights. There is no admission fee to view the seasonal lights, picnic tables, Chiildrens play areas, or to use the walking trail. In the Fall, the Big Red Apple Festival is held in the park.
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