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Roswell Heritage Days in May

Tweet The City of Roswell will celebrate National Historic Preservation Month with Heritage Days in May – its annual, month-long event series featuring the people, places and events that make up our community. “This annual tradition is a fun way for us to showcase all the historic places in Roswell and celebrate their importance to […]

2012 Barrington Hall Lecture Series

Tweet Barrington Hall presents a series of lectures in their coach house meeting space on the first and third Wednesdays of each month (and sometimes the fifth Wednesday) . This popular lecture series covers a variety of local and historic topics of interest to people living in Roswell and the surrounding areas. The doors open […]

The Roswell Cycling Festival

Tweet For local families and residents, the Historic Roswell Criterium event has grown into a full weekend festival entitled The Roswell Cycling Festival. It kicks off Saturday, April 24, 2010 with the Big Creek Mountain Bike Day at 10am. A skills clinic will be held at 11am as well as a dirt bike jump demo […]

Top Five Things I Love About Roswell Georgia

Tweet 1.  Big Creek Park – Big Creek Park consists of 3 trail systems: The Greenway Trail, Mountain Bike Trails and a Walking Trail. The Greenway trail consists of a little over 2 miles of concrete sidewalk and boardwalks. It is a multi-user trail meaning it is open to joggers, walkers, bikers, roller bladers, etc. […]

Atlanta Wine School Provides Vinotainment

Tweet The Atlanta Wine School in Roswell, GA is located in the shopping center with neighbors Aqua Blue and Twisted Taco.  It  opened its doors in January of 2003.  Since its inception the school has seen over 4,500 students with around 160 courses s and events each year.  Michael Bryan is the Founder & Executive […]

Breaking News…Santa on his way

Tweet Great news. It appears that Santa is on schedule and is heading across the Atlantic Ocean as we write this. So it may be time to get the cookies and milk ready and get the kids tucked into their beds for the night. Santa is on his way to the Roswell area, so be […]

Running at Large…Legally

Tweet Hopefully the title of this post means nothing to you, but if it meant something then you and I both have had the unfortunate experience of being cited for a Roswell city ordinance for “running at large” because your dog was not on a leash outside. I only need to tell a very short […]

The Holidays and Home and Neighborhood Security

Tweet As the economy continues to be a major concern for Americans and Roswell residents alike, a growing concern for the byproduct of unemployment exists…property crime.  With the holidays approaching home and neighborhood security is of greater concern.  Although crime is a serious concern, Roswell homes and communities are safer than they’ve been in decades, […]

Ice Skating returns to Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta

Tweet Yesterday, November 16, 2008 Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta opened its ice skating rink for the holiday season.  The skating rink will be open daily until January 4, 2009.  The fee to skate is $7 for a 90 minute skate session and the ice skate rental fee is $2. Hours are: Monday – […]

The City of Roswell Receives Bicycle Friendly Community Designation

Tweet The League of American Bicyclists has awarded the City of Roswell with the Bicycle Friendly Community designation. This is a very coveted award amongst cities nationwide.  Roswell is the only city in Georgia to hold the designation and one of only 63 cities across the United States. Mayor Jere Wood said he is thrilled […]

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