Aurora Theatre assembles the best children’s performers in the region, bringing them to Gwinnett County for the series Aurora Children’s Playhouse. With the end of school near, this Saturday morning series features More »
Don’t miss The Dan Baraszu Trio, featuring vocalist Laura Coyle, performing jazz classics and explosive originals. This evening under the stars will calm your heart and rock your soul. Bring your lawn More »
Suwanee’s annual finders-keepers, month-long Art on a Limb program will bloom along the Suwanee Creek Greenway as well as at Sims Lake and White Street parks throughout the month of May. Through More »
The 60-voice Sugar Hill LDS Choir will be joined by the 60-piece Gwinnett Community Band for their eighth annual free community concert themed “That’s America to Me.” More »
Local leaders recently established the Southwest Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce with plans for it to go public later this month. The new Chamber, which represents Berkeley Lake, Norcross and Peachtree Corners, will More »
One of Georgia’s greatest events, JapanFest, is a one of a kind Japanese festival, celebrating 27 years, that incorporates culture, education, food and martial arts. This festival is designed to promote understanding between Japanese and American citizens. It will be held September 21-22 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday at the Convention Center in Gwinnett Center.
Hundreds of thousands of children nationwide, including here in Gwinnett County will take part in a grassroots movement to discover America’s parks through play on Saturday, May 18, to commemorate National Park Trust’s (NPT) third annual National Kids to Parks Day. A free event at Shorty Howell invites families to bring a picnic lunch for outdoor play, wildlife education, and Kids’ crafts. A Bike Rodeo at Bogan Park will provide supplies needed to decorate your bike, challenge a friend to a bike relay race, and get bike and helmet safety checks for $6.
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For some of us Cinco de Mayo came a little too soon. The day is a great time to celebrate at a Mexican or Southwestern restaurant. Taqueria del Mar, a new local casual grill and bar featuring authentic southwestern cuisine and hand-crafted margaritas, makes it easier to celebrate Cinco de Mayo all year round. Located in Peachtree Corners in the Ingles Shopping Center at Peachtree Parkway and East Jones Bridge, the new restaurant’s decorative interior was built using recycled and reclaimed wood (Taqueria del Mar is dedicated to using only recycled, recyclable, and reusable products).
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Mark your calendars, hop on your flying carpets to bring your friends and family to Northeast Atlanta Ballet’s spectacular encore presentation of the fairy-tale ballet, Aladdin.
Aurora Theatre assembles the best children’s performers in the region, bringing them to Gwinnett County for the series Aurora Children’s Playhouse. With the end of school near, this Saturday morning series features spectacular family entertainment for families with young children.
Lack of transportation can be a major barrier to receiving cancer screening or treatment. Many people forego much needed medical care because they don’t have a car, can’t drive or live too far away. Thanks to a generous grant from the Colon Cancer Alliance (CCA) and the organization’s Undy 5000 5K run/walk series, Northside Hospital now has a resource to assist these patients.
Don’t miss The Dan Baraszu Trio, featuring vocalist Laura Coyle, performing jazz classics and explosive originals. This evening under the stars will calm your heart and rock your soul. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy this outdoor, evening concert that will stir your feelings in more ways than one. Proceeds of the concert benefit CanCare, a nonprofit, charity organization that provides no-cost, emotional support programs for cancer patients and their families.
Suwanee’s annual finders-keepers, month-long Art on a Limb program will bloom along the Suwanee Creek Greenway as well as at Sims Lake and White Street parks throughout the month of May. Through this perennial program, which is designed to bring attention to Suwanee’s arts efforts as well as its parks, two pieces of original artwork are hidden each day; those who find a piece of art along one of Suwanee’s trails get to keep it.