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Head to Roswell Tonight!

Don’t miss the final  dimagrendo si allunga il pene Alive in Roswell   October 19, 2017 (5 to 9 p.m.) of the season!  It features live bands, food trucks, craft beer, vendors, kids’ games, entertainment, and socializing in three locations connected by a free trolley (on Canton Street, in Roswell Square, and behind city hall). Free.

sviluppare il pene Roswell Square Bands:

  • Classic Recall
  • Last Call Band
  • Maggie Clement Band
  • Men in Blues
  • Up on the Roof

come ingrossare il pene Canton Street Bands:

  • Andrew Black
  • Atlanta Dance Party
  • Gwen Hughes & the Cats
  • Maggie Clement Band
  • Men in Blues
  • Loose Shoes

Head North This Weekend!

  1. dimensioni del pene Georgia Mountain Fall Festival (October 13 – 21) features arts & crafts, live music including fiddling, a flower show, and demonstrations of archery, fly-fishing, and lumberjacking in come deve essere il pene Hiawassee. No pets.
  2. Lilburn Daze (October 14)has 150 arts and crafts vendors, food booths, and a kids’ zone at Lilburn City Park. Free.
  3. Fall Festival on Ponce (October 14 – 15) features fine arts and crafts, folk art, a children’s area, food trucks, and acoustic music in historic Olmsted Linear Park at N Ponce De Leon Ave NE.  Free.
  4. Chalk art festival  (October 14 – 15) Watch professional chalk artists compete, enter the amateur contest, see kids draw on the street, hear live music, attend a craft beer festival, and visit the art museum free during Chalktoberfest in Marietta.
  5. International Fall Festival (October 14 – 15 noon to 5 p.m.) has jewelry and art vendors, live music, children’s activities, Russian and American food, and tours of St Mary of Egypt Orthodox Church in Roswell. Free for children 12 and younger.
  6. Apple festival (October 14 – 15 and 21 – 22)  See 300 vendors of food and handmade items, plus craft demonstrations, an antique car show and a 5K race (both Oct. 14), and a parade (Oct. 21 at 10 a.m.) at Georgia Apple Festival in Ellijay. No pets.
  7. The highlight of Atlanta Pride Festival (October 13 – 15) for gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgender persons is the Pride Parade beginning Sunday at noon on Peachtree Street (from Ralph McGill Blvd NE to Piedmont Park).