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Enjoy Local Shopping

We are lucky to have an abundance of shopping options in our two counties. From “big-box” stores to locally owned boutiques, our two counties have it all. We advocate “buying local.” This supports our community not only with the tax revenue created, but by creating income for local store owners and their employees. As a result, more money is poured into the area, which contributes to the community’s social and economic well-being.

Local shopping can be found in a variety of locations, such as farmers markets, outdoor shopping centers, individually run businesses, and stylish boutiques.

First and foremost, one of the best ways to support local companies is to frequent farmer’s markets and similar markets.

Main Street Newnan Market Day

There are about fifty unique booths at The Market Day, and each month there are new sellers and unique items. The best-selling items on the market include fresh vegetables, jams and jellies, honey, leather products, salsa, pottery, artwork, children’s clothing, hand-woven baskets, handcrafted furniture, fiber art, floral design, and more. Main Street Newnan is the sponsor of Market Day, which takes place in downtown Newnan on the first Saturday of every month from April through December from 10 am to 2 pm.

Senoia Farmers Market

Fresh local producers and artisans can be found at the Senoia Farmers’ Market. It’s a lovely way to spend a Saturday morning with flowers, veggies, seasonal gifts, food, drinks, and more. Sat. 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

The Peachtree City Market

One of the residents’ favorites is the Peachtree City Market. It provides gifts, fresh vegetables directly from the farm, and background music. Over fifty vendors, including food trucks, will be showcasing their fresh, in-season, locally grown fruits and vegetables, grass-fed meats, handcrafted breads, goat cheese, coffees, teas, jams, honey, pottery, flowers, soaps, and more. The market is hosted at the Aberdeen Shopping Village parking lot every Wednesday and Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm during the regular market season and from 10 am to 1 pm during the winter.

Coweta County Farmer’s Market

This seasonal market opens the second weekend in June and runs through the middle of October. A range of locally produced goods, like as fruits, vegetables, honey, fresh cut flowers, and more, are available at the Coweta County Farmer’s Market. It is accessible every week during the summer at two different local locations: on Saturdays at the Asa M. Powell Sr. Expo and on Wednesdays in the downtown area close to the courthouse square.

Night Market

Drake Field in Peachtree City hosts the Night Market, which features over 20 vendors including artists, food, music, and entertainment. The festival features six to eight food trucks in addition to the usual food exhibitors. There are several alternatives available to visitors, ranging from Tex-Mex to barbeque. There will be musical entertainment throughout the entire evening. The Night Market will take place in 2024 on April 12th, June 7th, August 16th, and September 27th. Go to for all the details.

Alive After Five – Senoia

Alive after Five is a monthly celebration of dining, shopping, and entertainment that takes place on the third Friday of the month. When Main Street closes, a plethora of sellers offers handcrafted presents, festive merchandise, live music, and more.

But you don’t have to limit your purchases to farmers markets and comparable establishments. When shopping in the downtown districts of Newnan, Senoia, and Fayetteville, you may take in the architecture and history that contribute to the distinctive regional flavor of our region. There are plenty of small shops, boutiques, and stores in these communities that are prepared to meet your needs for shopping. Check downtown websites for details about dates of special sales events and other celebrations.

Additional Shopping

The Avenue in Peachtree City and Ashley Park in Newnan are two excellent outdoor shopping areas nearby.

The Avenue is located at the intersection of Highways 54 and 74, not far from Peachtree City. Among its fifty businesses and restaurants are specialty dining establishments, high-end national retailers, and a range of regional boutiques. The Avenue welcomes the community to come out and enjoy the outdoor dining options, brick-lined walkways, statues, and greenery located in the retail sector through a range of events, such as car shows, blood drives, and even weekly runs.

Ashley Park is located at the crossroads of Highway 34 and Bullsboro Drive. This outdoor mixed-use mall offers an extensive array of upscale food places and fashionable retail stores. Additionally, Ashley Park frequently holds activities like Groovin’ on the Green and Fido Fest.

Peachtree City also offers a variety of shopping options at several retail establishments. Braelinn Shopping Center, which has good access to the golf cart trails near the city’s geographic center, is one of Peachtree City’s most golf cart-friendly shopping areas.

The Kedron Shopping Center in the north and the West Village Shopping Area in the west of the city are home to numerous national retailers.

Situated midway between Peachtree City and Fayetteville lies one of the oldest businesses in the area: Smith and Davis. For premium brands of footwear, athletics, and casual apparel as well as exceptional customer service, this is a must-visit place. It is a family-run business and a favorite in the community.

Tyrone Main Street is lined with antique stores. Unique gifts and home decor may be found in these charming stores.

Bargain Shopping

Are you looking for a deal? Look no elsewhere! When you’re ready to compare prices, take a look at these places: There are many consignment stores in the area, including A Better Way Bargains, Clothes Less Traveled, Encore Interior Consignment, Fayette Thrift Shop, Goodwill of North Georgia, Linda’s Attic Thrift Store, More for Less Consignment, New Beginnings, Plato’s Closet Newnan, Red Door Consignment, Second Glance, The Hubb Store, and Wellspring.



Smith & Davis Clothing was founded in 1965 by Fred Smith and Ronald Davis. The store served the mostly rural communities of Fayette and Coweta Counties with work clothes, shoes, and dress apparel. In 1973, Mr. Davis acquired Fred Smith’s share of the company and kept running the store. Today, Mr. Davis’ children, Tony, George, and Beth all take part in the successful running of the business.


Smith & Davis has experienced changes in the times, trends, and even their location in the 58 years since it first opened. The initial relocation to a bigger space took place in 1979, and the current 20,000 square foot structure was constructed in 1988. The dedication to offering top-notch customer service and high-quality products is the one thing that hasn’t changed.


In recent years, the store has welcomed new faces into the buying, management, and marketing portions of the business. Like Tony always says, “I know my limitations”. Ted Patterson and Samuel Perez now handle the majority of the buying. Samuel is also in charge of the marketing department. They work together to manage the store.


Nearby Peachtree City is known for its abundance of runners and tri-athletes, and Smith & Davis has become a Running Specialist and is a trusted shoe source for runners in the area. Smith & Davis was also awarded the Top 25 Gold Medal Service award winners in ‘22 for the United States and #2 in Georgia by Footwear Insight Magazine.


Non-commissioned Run Specialists at Smith & Davis take the time to provide you with both what you want and what you need. The first step in the procedure is a foot scan using their Gait Analysis machine, which identifies the kind of arch and degree of pronation present in each runner. Everything here is intended to help you fit better into running, casual, work, and leisure footwear. This service has reached the ears (and feet) of doctors and physical therapists around the area.


But shoes aren’t the only thing they are known for – their clothing selection covers a wide range of choices. From heavy duty work wear to athletic, casual and dress clothing, they have it all.


The ladies’ side of the facility has developed into a more boutique-like presence, stocking the most in-demand top brands in outdoor wear along with the newest seasonal trends & accessories.


Do yourself a favor and visit Smith & Davis if you haven’t already. You’ll be surprised at volume and variety of clothing, shoes, accessories, and more hidden in this gem of a store, just outside of Peachtree City.

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