alpharetta: Johns Creek Area Memorial Day Services Honor Fallen Heroes - 05/22/19 06:15 AM
Memorial Day is an opportunity for us to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice while serving our country. We’ve compiled a list of local services to help you celebrate the holiday and honor the fallen throughout the Johns Creek area this Memorial Day.
Duluth Memorial Day Service - Saturday, May 25 at 2:00 pm at Red Clay Music Foundry
In addition to the annual memorial service, each year over 800 markers and flags line the streets of the City of Duluth representing those who served in the armed forces.
Alpharetta Memorial Day Tribute - Monday, May 27 at 9:00 am at Alpharetta City Hall
If you are looking to embrace your … (0 comments)

alpharetta: Alpharetta Food Truck Alley Builds Community Downtown - 05/07/19 08:41 AM
The Alpharetta Food Truck Alley season kicks off tomorrow, Thursday, May 9, 2019 and will last through mid-October 2019. Each Thursday, Alpharetta will offer a fun opportunity to kick off the weekend early by providing a rotating selection of 6-8 food trucks on Old Roswell Street in Downtown Alpharetta. Truck options will include five savory food trucks and two dessert options each week. Bring your whole family along with a picnic blanket and experience all downtown Alpharetta has to offer.
This year Alpharetta's Food Truck Alley will also offer a different promotion weekly inside participating local businesses for an extra fun time each Thursday. Some … (0 comments)

alpharetta: Sample Local Alpharetta Cuisine at Taste of Alpharetta - 04/16/19 08:30 AM
The City of Alpharetta will host its 29th Annual Taste of Alpharetta on Thursday, May 2 from 5:30- 9:30 p.m. in downtown Alpharetta and feature samples of appetizers, desserts and entrees from over 60 Alpharetta restaurants. The event will also feature cooking demos, culinary collaborations and music vignettes throughout the streets of Downtown alongside a variety of music genres.
Admission is free, you may purchase food tickets on site for $0.50 each. Restaurants participating in the Taste of Alpharetta will not accept cash (tickets only). Restaurants charge $1-4 per food sample.
According to the City of Alpharetta, A Culinary Competition Stage will pair … (1 comments)

alpharetta: Alpharetta Restaurant Week Offers Opportunity to Dine Out at Low Cost - 02/26/19 08:29 AM
If you’ve been wanting to try out some of Alpharetta’s newest restaurants but don’t want to shell out an arm and a leg, Alpharetta Restaurant Week offers a great opportunity to dine out at a fixed price. This year, Alpharetta Restaurant Weektakes place on February 21 through March 2 and features over 20 participating restaurants. Each meal ranges from $20 to $40 per person for three-course dinners and $15 to $30 per person for three-course lunches.
A full list of participating restaurants is below and include four that are within walking distance to our new downtown Alpharetta office located at 33 South Main Street within Liberty … (0 comments)

alpharetta: Johns Creek and Alpharetta Neighborhoods Offer Holiday Light Displays - 12/12/18 07:51 AM
One of the best times to check out a neighborhood you’re interested in potentially moving to is during the holiday season. While landscaping may be barren, neighborhood holiday decor gives you an idea of what a neighborhood is like during the most wonderful time of the year. After all, there’s no place like home for the holidays, so why not check out prospective neighborhoods as you enjoy family time together?
We’ve put together  some of the best neighborhoods and light displays in Johns Creek, Alpharetta, Duluth, Cumming and Roswell. 
Ashebrooke Night of Lights in Cumming - Sunday, December 16
On one amazing night, homeowners in the community of Ashebrooke in Cumming put … (2 comments)

alpharetta: Alpharetta and Johns Creek Offer Fun and Safe Trunk-or-Treat Events - 10/16/18 08:10 AM
If you’re looking for free, family-friendly, non-scary Halloween experiences, check out the wide variety of Trunk or Treat events within our local communities of Alpharetta, Johns Creek and Duluth. We’ve compiled some of our favorite options below. These events offer great opportunities to get involved in your local community and celebrate Halloween in a fun way. Let us know which ones you plan to go to in the next few weeks.
Johns Creek Police Department Trunk or Treat
The Johns Creek Police Department is hosting its annual Trunk or Treat event on Wednesday, October 24 from 6:00-8:00 pm at their Headquarters. Last year the event brought thousands of children, … (2 comments)

alpharetta: Listen to Original Music in Downtown Alpharetta at Songwriter Festival - 10/09/18 07:38 AM
The Sixth Annual Wire & Wood Songwriters Festival will be held in revitalized downtown Alpharetta on October 12-13. The festival is free to the public this year and will be held in multiple outdoor venues including local restaurants throughout Milton Avenue and Main Street. 
Headliners include Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Justin Townes Earle, Dan Wilson and Glen Phillips.
Robert Randolph & The Family Band was nominated for a Grammy in 2018 for Best Contemporary Blues Album and recently collaborated with Darius Rucker. Justin Townes Earle has released eight solo albums since 2007 and his name may sound familiar - he is the son of … (0 comments)

alpharetta: Fall Into Fun in North Atlanta at These Three Fall Festivals - 09/19/18 08:24 AM
We’ve compiled a list of the top three Fall festivals around North Atlanta that you won’t want to miss. From art, to live music, to fried fair food, the options are limitless for OTP fall fun.
Duluth Fall Festival: September 27-30
The award-winning Duluth Fall Festival celebrates the sweet history and town of Duluth and kicks off with a Carnival on Thursday and Friday. Then, at 10:00 am Saturday, a Welcome Parade marks the start of the Festival that takes place on Saturday and Sunday. The Grand Marshall of this year’s parade is Duluth native and 1980 Heisman Trophy Winner George Rogers.
To avoid fighting for a parking spot, free, air-conditioned shuttles that drop … (1 comments)

alpharetta: Experience Local History near Johns Creek Homes at Autrey Mill - 11/20/17 03:37 PM
Experience Local History near Johns Creek Homes at Autrey Mill
Explore nature and learn some local history near Johns Creek homes at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center. This property has had a varied and fascinating history. The Cherokee and Creek Indians were the first inhabitants. After the Indians were forced from the area, the land was sold for farming. The Autrey family built a mill which was in use from 1877 to the early 1900s. The mill was primarily used for making wheat flour, though ground corn was also produced. By the 1890s, people could easily purchase flour, and the … (1 comments)

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