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2015 Roswell Roots festival

Tweet Roswell is proud to host the 14th Annual Roswell Roots festival throughout the month of February in celebration of African American History Month. Roswell Roots is the largest and most comprehensive African American History celebration in Georgia and features a variety of exhibits, cultural events and music performances. Highlights of this year’s festival include: […]

Historic Barrington Hall Cooking Classes 2015

Tweet Join Roswell’s own Chef John Wilson in the kitchen at Historic Barrington Hall for an entertaining and engaging evening of gastronomical delight! Chef Wilson will present a full array of classes based on classic European cuisine and cooking skills. Reservations are required and space is limited so make your reservations today! Cost is $50 […]

Fulton County Schools – Redistricting Meeting

Tweet Redistricting meetings set for new elementary schools, middle school additions Three community meetings are set for October 8, November 5, and December 10 to address the redistricting process for two new schools in Roswell as well as classroom additions at three North Fulton middle schools. About the new schools/additions One of the schools (“Highway […]

Roswell’s Annual Drinking Water Festival May 3rd

Tweet Roswell’s Annual Drinking Water Festival and Water Plant Open House will return Saturday, May 3 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Cecil B. Wood Drinking Water Plant at 100 Dobbs Drive. The City of Roswell celebrates this week each year with a festival filled with fun activities for the whole family. They […]

Kids Can Write Summer Creative Writing Camp

Tweet Mary Ann Rodman, acclaimed children’s book writer and children’s creative writing instructor, will teach her popular creative writing class for children. Ms. Rodman will show children that writing can be fun and not a chore through the use of guided exercises, creative thinking, individual & group instruction and field trips designed to encourage children’s […]

Roswell Citizen Police Academy

Tweet The Roswell Police Department would like to invite the Residents of Roswell, along with Roswell Business Owners to attend the Citizen’s Police Academy. This free course is designed to introduce members of the public to various functions of police work. During the 9-week academy, participants will become familiar with the aspects of the Roswell […]

North Fulton County School Redistricting is Under Debate

Tweet Earlier this year, the Fulton County school board released a redistricting plan for North Fulton schools that will affect over 2,000 students. Nearly 500 students from Roswell High School will be moved to Milton High beginning in 2012. These maps have been the subject of much debate around North Fulton County the past few […]

Roswell Summer Reading Program

Tweet The Roswell Summer Reading Program starts June 1st and ends July 31st. This year’s theme is: Make a Splash – Read! To kick off the Summer Reading Program, the Roswell Fire Department will be back to help out. They’ll talk about fire safety and bring a fire truck for you to explore. All ages. […]

5th Annual Roswell Reads Program

Tweet Roswell Reads The Roswell Reads Selection Committee is excited to announce that Outcasts United by Warren St. John, has been chosen as this year’s book for Roswell’s community-wide reading program. Roswell Reads is a community reading program that works like a giant book club, but with many additional related activities to enhance the experience […]

Fulton County Students Will Have Longer Days in 2010

Tweet Fulton County students will have an additional 10 minutes added to their school days next year when five half-days are eliminated, resulting in a 177 day calendar for the 2010-2011 school year. The shorter calendar year will result in $1.1 million in annual savings! New guidelines allow schools to deviate from the standard 180-day […]

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