When something is right, you feel it. This small but thriving Downtown is charming in a one-of-a-kind way that never feels cookie cutter or pretentious. It’s no big deal to find a place to park. Reservations aren’t required and if kids are part of your plans, there is plenty of family-friendly fun. This place is just fun. Casual. Welcoming. And so laid-back you may be tempted to kick off your shoes and join your kids in the interactive fountain.

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Our History

It’s our largest historic district, but downtown was originally known as New Town back in 1876, when the coming of the railroad forced the relocation of the city.
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