Mable House

Mable House Events

Mableton is home to many cultural, entertainment and recreation events. Many of these events take place at the Mable House Arts Complex located on Floyd Road near the heart of Mableton.
Mable House Barnes Amphitheater: Music
The Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre is a mid-sized, yet intimate, outdoor venue located in a natural setting behind the historic Mable House. During the summer months, nationally-known jazz, county, rock and roll, and popular music performers visit our town. Click here for the current schedule and ticket information. Covered seating includes tables near the stage and there is also lawn seating on the slopes. Bring a picnic or check out the catering menu.
Mable House Arts Center: Visual Arts
The Mable House Arts Center Gallery is curated by the South Cobb Arts Alliance (SCAA) and offers a wide range of exciting works from local and national artists and supports the creative up and coming artists from area schools. The SCAA also presents a the Christmas House Artists Market and Mable’s Tea Room during the holiday season, candy cane hunts for the kids, storytelling festivals, and other events for the whole family. Check out SCAA’s website for more information.
Mable House Arts Center: Performing Arts
The Theatre Project brings the stage alive for kids and young adults interested in learning theater skills and production techniques. Workshops for kids from pre-k through high school culminate in performances the whole community can enjoy.
Pebblebrook High School is home to the Cobb County Center for Excellence in the Performing Arts, a magnet program open to all Cobb County students. These incredibly talented kids stage a dozen shows during the school year at stages here in Mableton and elsewhere in Cobb County. Be sure to check them out.
Mable House Arts Center: Classes
The Mable House Arts Center Gallery is curated by the South Cobb Arts Alliance (SCAA) and offers a wide range of exciting works from local and national artists and supports the creative up and coming artists from area schools. The SCAA also presents a the Christmas House Artists Market and Mable’s Tea Room during the holiday season, candy cane hunts for the kids, storytelling festivals, and other events for the whole family. Check out SCAA’s website for more information.
Historic Mable House
The plain style farm house on Floyd Road was built in 1843 by Robert Mable, one of the first settlers in the area and the man for whom our town is named. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, the home was used a hospital during the Civil War. Field trips of the home are available upon request.