Panther Creek Arts
Panther Creek Arts in West Fulton embodies both THE HALL upstairs and BITE ME, the occasional café downstairs. The old-time performance hall upstairs was the genius idea of Ula Mabey, who with her husband owned the general store across the street in the early 1900s. The building was originally built as a granary but has seen life as a firehouse, a church hall, and a community center. An advocate of Community Theater, Ula insisted upon adding not only the stage but also the pump organ, her own instrument, that still occupies its place of honor. It was Ula Mabey who brought theater and music to THE HALL originally and it is Panther Creek Arts that continues in her footsteps. Also, check out their edible gardens! Panther Creek Arts began constructing the West Fulton Edible Gardens back in 2019. These gardens are by the community, for the community. They encourage everyone to take part— come pick herbs and vegetables as you please. See a weed? Pluck it out! Plants look dry? Water them with the nearby hose.