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Marietta. ISSUE #5 - SUMMER 2019

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SUMMER STROLL ON THE SQUARE

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LIVE LIKE A LOCAL Calendar of Events

Fourth Fun! Marietta Seniors Win Medals

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Hey! Thanks for picking up our summer issue! There’s something pretty special about summers in the south; picking berries, catching lightning bugs, concerts in the park, movies on the lawn, tubing, lemonade on the porch, the list goes on. I hope this finds you getting some time to unplug, relax and recharge because that’s what summers are all about. If you have more free time on your hands this summer, I would encourage you to get out of your comfort zone and explore a new part of Marietta. If you live on the East side, head on over to the West side, and vice versa. This magazine tries to cover ALL of Marietta, so flip through the pages to see what’s happening on both sides of town--whether it be a concert, new restaurant or outdoor movie, it will be worth the drive! I know Sope Creek Trails is on my Marietta summer bucket list! Thanks for your continued support. We love our Gem City, and appreciate you! Now go jump in the lake and enjoy your summer!

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Publisher’s Post

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About Us

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Calendar of Events

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Independence Day in Marietta

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Marietta is Dog-friendly

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Summer Fun for Kids

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Snoring: Nuisance or Needs Attention?

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GOOD Kitchen & Market

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The Butcher, The Baker

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Residents at Sterling Estates Win Medals!

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A.G. Spalding museum

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Live Like a Local

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5 “Must Try” dishes at Marietta Sq. Market

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Calendar of Events

Summer in Marietta

Calendar of Events June 14, 28th & July 12th, 26th l Smith Gilbert Gardens Ages 2-6. 10:30-11:30. Pre-registration required. Along with story time, accompanying activities will vary monthly and may include related arts, crafts, dance or organized play. Participation in Garden Stories gives you admission to the Gardens for the entire day. www.smithgilbertgardens.com June 15th-17th l Juneteeth Celebration The event will have lots of activities for the family including, a children play area, food, live entertainment, vendors, music, information booths, voter registration, raffles, health screenings and NAACP Juneteenth t-shirts and memberships, plus fun, fellowship and networking. www.CobbNAACP.org 9am - June 17th | Keep Our Children on Course Golf Outing Family Promise is an interfaith community providing temporary meals, shelter, compassion and social services for homeless men, women and children in Cobb County. It is hosting its 4th Annual golf outing at Indian Hills Country Club themed, “Keep Our Children on Course”. Rocky Shipes (Rockstar Golf) is a long ball hitter and will hit your drive on a designated hole for a charitable donation. Lunch, Prizes. Check-in 7:30am, shotgun start 9am in scramble format. June 17th & July 22nd l Movie Monday l East Cobb Avenue Are you ready for a great show? Bring the entire family (and your lawnchair!) and join us for another Movie Monday! The fun will begin at 7:00 PM with a petting zoo, Springfree Trampoline East Cobb, face painting, a balloon artist, tons of games and giveaways...and MORE! Stay tuned for more details. Complimentary popcorn will pop (while supplies last) and the musical, Greatest Showman, will play on the outdoor big screen when the sun is down! Mark your calendars. This event is FREE and weather permitting.

Food Truck Monday - Paper Mill Village 5pm to 8pm, June 24 Cousins Maine Lobster Food Truck will be there!

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June 24th l Food Truck Monday l Paper Mill Village 5-8pm. Join us on Monday, June 24th for an evening of family fun and food trucks at Paper Mill Village! Enjoy live music by School of Rock East Cobb and face painting sponsored by Primrose School of East Cobb at Paper Mill plus food trucks including The Pickle, Cousin’s Maine Lobster, Bento Bus, Lil Bites, King of Pops and Not As Famous Cookie Company. June 28th & July 26th l Glover Park Concert Series Enjoy music under the stars and be sure to bring a picnic and blankets or set up your lawn chairs after 4 pm (no tarps or tents). Personal tables can be set up in the street on North Park Square after 5:30 pm but not in Glover Park. All concerts are free all summer long, but if you’re looking for a front-row seat, a limited number of tables can be reserved for a fee. For more information about table reservations, call (770) 794-5601. Reservations for tables are on a first come basis beginning on the first working day of each month at 8 am. The concerts begin at 8 pm. For rain related updates, please visit the City of Marietta’s facebook page. 10am - July 4th | Fourth in the Park - Marietta Square More info on page 12 > Parade, arts & crafts, live entertainment, childrens’ activities, fireworks, family fun on the Square. July 11th l Relax in Sound at Bar Method East Cobb It’s time to unplug. Join us for Relax in Sound. A sound Immersion to help you relieve stress, reduce pain, and deepen your meditation practice. 7:00-8:15pm; Tickets are $25 Bar Method - East Cobb - 1281 Johnson Ferry Rd #112, Marietta, Ga 30068 www.eventbrite.com/e/july-atlanta-east-cobb-relax-in-soundtickets-60427974699 July 13th l Christmas in July Hosted by Marietta Square Winter Wonderland. Join us in Glover Park on Saturday, July 13, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. as we transform the park into a sun-and-fun-filled tropical Christmas paradise—flamingos, leis, and Hawaiian shirts galore! Enjoy performances from The Strand Choir, a special Christmas Artisan Market with live paintings from local artists, and an appearance from jolly St. Nick himself! Photos from the Hadley(s) take place at the Gazebo from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. www.winterwonderlandmarietta.com/christmas-in-july All Summer Long l Shoot the Hooch Take a short trip down the river in a raft, canoe, kayak or stand-up paddle board. Reservations are recommended for all rentals as demand is high for the equipment and will receive priority upon check in. Call 770-650-1008 or email them at info@shootthehooch.com to set up a reservation. No same day reservations. www.shootthehooch.com


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Independence Day 10am - July 4th | Fourth in the Park

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The City of Marietta's 4th in the Park Celebration begins Thursday, July 4, 2019 at 10:00am and includes a parade, free live concerts, museum tours, arts and crafts show, food, carnival games and fireworks finale.

MUSIC - Listen to Scott Thompson at Noon, Atlanta Concert Band at 2:30pm, Chris Stalcup at 7pm, Official and Original Jimmy Buffett Tribute Show at 8pm

PARADE - The Marietta Let Freedom Ring Parade includes 110 entries, 2,000 participants and an estimated 30,000 spectators. The parade begins at 10:00am at Roswell Street Baptist Church and travels west on Roswell Street, north on East Park Square past Glover Park and the Square, down Cherokee Street and ends at North Marietta Parkway. The end of the parade marks the start of the Festival. Food concessions, arts and crafts and carnival will provide plenty to do for the whole family. ARTS & CRAFTS - A large arts and crafts show with 80

SCHEDULE 10am Let Freedom Ring Parade 10am-9pm Festival - Arts & Crafts, Kid's Zone, Festival Food, Free Concerts 12pm Concert featuring Scott Thompson 2pmBell Ringing Ceremony 2:30pm Concert featuring Atlanta Concert Band 7pm Concert featuring Chris Stalcup 8pm - 9:30pm Concert featuring A1A - The Official and Original Jimmy Buffett Tribute Show DARKtime: Fireworks Show at Dark

11:30am - July 4th | Cobb Republican Party’s July 4th BBQ If politically right, enjoy the 4th at the Cobb Civic Center, 548 South Marietta Pkwy, for Cobb County Republican Party’s annual July 4th BBQ and straw poll. Air Conditioning, Handicap Accessible. Food ~ Family ~ Friends ~ Fellowship - Entertainment ~ Children’s Games; Meet & Speak w/ Federal/ State/County Candidates for Election; GOP Members: $20, Non-members $25, At the door: $30 Children: Ages 5-11 ~ $5 Children: Ages 4 & under ~ FREE

8am - July 4th l Fourth of July Parade GA Regional Mustang Club The GARMC is dedicated to fun/informative activities for Mustang fans, including classic show cars, performance cars, and daily drivers. Their annual 4th of July Parade on the Marietta Square is always a great time! www.garmc.net 12 | June/July 2019


City of Marietta Police offers us Pet Summer Safety & Etiquette

If you can only remember 2 things when you bring your dog to Marietta’s awesome outdoor summmer events:

Water + Leash Pet summer safety and etiquette Temperatures in Marietta spiked in the upper nineties before June first! While it has dropped a few degrees this week, we are still having an unusually hot spring with summer right around the corner. It’s time for some quick reminders about pet safety and etiquette. The City of Marietta is excited about the upcoming events that will be hosted on the square and Glover Park area. From Juneteenth, to 4th of July, art-walks, Friday night concert series and the farmer’s market, we are expecting thousands of visitors. Many of those visitors will be of the four-legged variety, or fur babies. The Marietta Police Department would like to share a friendly reminder about the danger to your pets when exposed to extreme heat. • Don’t let your dog linger on hot asphalt. Its body can heat up quickly, and sensitive paw pads can burn. Keep

walks on asphalt to a minimum. Try it yourself with your barefeet and you’ll understand. • Give your pets plenty of fresh, clean water in the summer and if kept outside, make sure there’s a shady spot for them. Limit summer exercise for pets when it’s hot and keep them indoors when the temperatures spike. • Symptoms of overheating in pets: Early signs include excessive panting, increased heart and respiratory rate, drooling, mild weakness, stupor or even collapse. • Animals with flat faces, like Pugs, are more susceptible to heat stroke since they cannot pant as effectively. If you bring your pets out for any of our fantastic events, please be prepared with fresh water, poop pick-up bags, a leash and make sure they’re curent on their vaccines. Then, ENJOY your visit to our beautiful downtown area. Please be conscious of their time in the heat and come prepared to ensure their safety.


Editor’s Note: When we launched Marietta Magazine local business owners reached out to share their love for Marietta with us. The team at Harry Norman - Cobb Marietta offered to write a column providing uplifting content each issue about Marietta life as loved by those who know best.

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DID YOU KNOW MARIETTA FOUND its origins as a resort town? The clean fresh air and lower humidity (really?) brought folks up from the Georgia coast for the summer. Many prominent families had summer homes in the area; and the Kennesaw House, now home to the Marietta Museum of History, opened in 1855 (then named the Fletcher House) to host visitors during the summer months. Marietta has once again become a destination - perhaps not because of its “cooler” weather, but because of its history and the wide variety of family activities. We asked Marietta moms and Harry Norman sales associates Heather Gentry-Simon, Carson Wernz, Veronica Anderson, Jennifer Martin and Lindsey Ramsey to give us their best “summer fun” ideas: ELIZABETH PORTER PARK 370 Montgomery St NE, Marietta, GA 30060

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A new park opened late last summer which is named after a local African-American woman, Elizabeth Porter. She was instrumental in ensuring quality healthcare in Marietta during the years that segregation dominated the culture. We learned more about Ms. Porter was the first director of the Canteen, a repurposing of the Cobb Cooperative Hospital and a fixture at the center from 1952 to her retirement in 1974. Moms say their children especially love cooling off in the sprayground, and the park makes a great spot for birthday parties or other occasions with its covered pavilion which can be rented by the public. Playing at the park is only $2 per day for Marietta residents. Find out more at www.marietta.gov. SUMMER CAMPS The Marietta Museum of Art summer camp received ten thumbs up from our five moms. Young artists - ages 5


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and up who have completed Kindergarten - are grouped by age and all supplies are included in the fees. Campers will work with water colors, clay, charcoal and more. They may discover they are naturally gifted in the arts. (770) 528-1444. The Laurel Park Tennis Center offers multiple age group camps throughout the summer where children from beginner to advanced receive instruction, as well as positive encouragement to get involved in active outdoor sports. www.tennisdynamics.net Each of the central Marietta Churches offer VBS for kids in the summer, so check out their websites for details. Another great kid-friendly activity is attending the movie series at the Earl & Rachel Smith Strand Theater. This is a great idea, especially for rainy days. www.earlsmithstrand.org DAY TRIPS Our moms have some great suggestions for day trips. All the things to do in Chattanooga offers the option of a day trip or a night or two in town. The Tennessee Aquarium is an obvious highlight and the Creative Discovery Museum received several votes. An “old school” day trip is to BabyLand General Hospital in Cleveland, GA, the “birthplace” of Cabbage Patch Kids, this converted clinic has become the adoption center for Cabbage Patch

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dolls. Beach trips don’t have to be five hours. Head up to our neighbor, Acworth, and enjoy the beach for a small parking fee. Paddle boards and kayaks can be rented, and you can sleep in your own bed that night. Gibbs Gardens offers year-round tours and summer concerts for the family and it’s only an hour away. Day trips to Amicalola Falls, Rock City, Fernbank, the Tellus Science Museum and the Georgia Aquarium also made the list. JUST ENJOYING MARIETTA There are so many family-friendly activities in Marietta, like enjoying a free concert, having a picnic in Glover Park, shopping the Saturday Farmer’s Market, heading over to the Marietta Museum of History and, of course Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield Park. We love living working and playing in Marietta and know you will, too!

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Snoring A simple annoyance or a sign of something more serious? by Antonio Nunez, Jr., DDS Marietta Smiles Cosmetic and Family Dentistry

MANY PEOPLE SNORE, and most are unaware of it unless they’re told about it. Snoring is often ignored as being an unavoidable part of a person’s life. But if you snore loudly and also experience daytime sleepiness, you may be suffering from Sleep Apnea. If you have Sleep Apnea, your breathing is reduced or may even stop completely for short periods while you sleep. Less oxygen gets to your brain and body, making the heart work harder to compensate. Sleep Apnea can lead to high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke and other problems if left untreated. Sleep Apnea is often caused by a relaxation of the muscles of the lower jaw. This lets your jaw and tongue fall back and obstruct the flow of air as you try to breathe. An oral appliance can be an effective treatment for Sleep Apnea because it keeps your jaw positioned forward and helps prevent the tongue from blocking your airflow.

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GOOD KITCHEN & MARKET A Neighborhood Gathering Spot | www.goodkitchenandmarket.com 116 Margaret Avenue, Marietta GA 30060 | (770) 726-2561 Monday>Thursday 8am - 9pm, Friday & Saturday 8am - 10pm

Set in a charming 1930’s house on Margaret Avenue, just off of Cherokee and Church Streets in Marietta, GOOD Kitchen and Market embraces its unique neighborhood setting. With an eclectic mix of historic homes and health care offices near Kennestone Hospital, they desire to be a “good” neighbor and have designed daily offerings to meet the needs of those who live and work nearby: • The dining area offers full-service breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday. • The coffee/wine bar offers East Pole coffee, teas, natural

THE BUTCHER, THE BAKER 23 North Park Square, Marietta GA 30060 www.thebutcherthebaker.com | (678) 224-1599 T-TH: 11am-9:30pm; FRI-SAT: 11am-10:30pm The Butcher, The Baker is a recently renovated modern American restaurant bringing a new dining experience to the Marietta Square. Everything on the menu is house-made by husband and wife owners and depends on local farmers to provide the freshest ingredients. They’ve recently added lunch hours and an extra day of service on Tuesdays. Why add lunch? We wanted another opportunity to connect with guests, and lunch is the perfect time to do that! There’s a misconception that we are a “special occasion” only restaurant, when we actually love creating a range of dishes for people, from a fried chicken sandwich and house-made chips at lunch, to duck carbonara at dinner. What new menu item are you excited about? Since we rely totally on our farmers, we are always excited when a new season brings ingredients that we haven’t seen for awhile. The first tomatoes of the season are in and we’re using them for our take on a BLT. This dish uses tasso, arugula, and Pullman bread to make the perfect summertime sandwich!

wines and local beers • The market offers good-to-go items and packaged goods. • Online ordering and delivery will be coming soon. Believing that good food starts with good ingredients they use the cleanest ingredients available. The Good menu features three cuisines - Italian, Thai, Spanish - and seasonal specials. Their promise to you is to serve delicious nutrient-dense food in a warm, welcoming setting where you feel right at home the moment you walk in the door.


“I believe you should never look at age as an obstacle to a way of living. Try everything!” Pat Keane, 83 (pictured, rock-climbing)

“Competition never gets old, and neither do we!” Jim Gillen, 90 (pictured)

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Residents of Sterling Estates Senior Living Communities kicked off another active summer.

THERE’S NO SLOW TIME FOR RESIDENTS AT Sterling Estates Senior Living Communities, regardless of the time of year, because the residents give new meaning to “active adult living.”

such as planting and nurturing their communal resident gardens to weekly Bocce Ball and Shuffle Ball tournaments at their communities.

However, the residents at both communities decided to take it up a notch in May by participating From Men and Women Social Clubs, Supper in the Fulton County Golden Games, Clubs, Art and History Classes, Shows Did you know? put on by Fulton County Parks and Cultural Outings, Community VolSterling Estates was awarded and Recreation. Over 50 Sterling unteer Activities, and the many daily Estates residents competed in 23 “Best Retirement Community” as well fitness classes in the vibrant SterEvents - shuffleboard, golf putt, as “Best Assisted Living Community” ling Way Wellness Centers, there’s horseshoes, ½ mile walk, softball never a lull in the life of a Sterling by readers of Cobb Life in the 2019skills challenge, basketball free resident. But late spring and summer 2020 ‘Best of Cobb’ recognitions. throw, basketball hot shot, ladder are especially busy times as residents golf, washer toss, Texas hold ‘em poker, participate in outside activities and events 20 | June/July 2019


canasta tournament, team trivia, art competition, coffee and canvas competition, biathlon, wii bowling, frisbee toss, clock golf, corn hole, ladder ball, swimming, virtual bicycle 5k, and table tennis. Their Medal Count: 32 Medals total: Gold (14) Silver (10) Bronze (8)

Over 50 Sterling Estates residents competed in 23 Events last month in Fulton County’s Golden Games events organized by Fulton County Parks & Recreation.

Hear what some of the residents had to say: PAT KEANE, 83 years old participated in the rock-climbing event. She stated “I believe you should never look at age as an obstacle to a way of living. Try everything!” Pat’s family and friends were astonished to see her rock-climbing on a Facebook video post. Pat is from Ireland and still has family and friends there who are proud to share Pat’s success in Golden Games! In fact, her rock-climbing photo has become so popular it is hanging up in “Blue Haven Hotel,” a pub in Ireland! LEON ISAACS, 76 years old, received a silver medal for his performance in the Men’s Virtual Bicycle 5k. Leon stated, “[The silver medal] was a good accomplishment. I haven’t felt this good in 5 years. It really got me in good shape. From this experience, I have a more positive self-esteem and feel happier. Just because I’m 76, I can still do it…swim and compete…” (Leon also competed in Team Trivia, Virtual Bicycle 5k, Swimming- Men’s 25m Freestyle and 50m Freestyle) JIM GILLEN, 90 years old – Jim stated “It is nice to be able to do a variety of events and see how well you can compete with people in your age group. I especially enjoyed the Biathlon (1-mile treadmill-walk, 1 mile on recumbent bike). I do that amount of exercise most days, so it was good to see my hard work pay off. Competition never gets old and neither do we. That’s our attitude.”

MARLENE RAACK, 87 years old – Wellness Director, Laura Kelly said, “When Marlene first started training with wellness, she was averaging about one mile on the recumbent bike. With pure determination and resilience, Marlene trained daily utilizing our RT and wellness program – aquatic therapy, biking, and “Sittercise” classes. Her goal was to compete in the Virtual Bicycle 5k at the Golden Games. She competed and achieved a personal record biking the 5k in 18 minutes.” Marlene medaled in the canasta tournament and Wii bowling. Sterling Estates Senior Living Communities have a unique Wellness Model at their communities combining Fitness & Exercise Science with Recreational Therapy (RT) to promote a holistic approach to active aging. Their large Wellness Centers with indoor salt water therapeutic pools and ample space from group classes as well as plenty of age appropriate exercise equipment enable residents to make the most of their exercise time. Wellness Director, Laura Kelly stated “Through recreational therapy that we practice daily at our communities and now as participants in the “Golden Games”, you’re more than a resident, more than your age, more than your aging barriers. You’re part of a team...you are an athlete!” Staying active in our Wellness Programs creates an attitude expressed by one of our residents above, “Competition never gets old, and neither do we.”

JACK BROMAN, 86 years old - The Wellness Director at Sterling Estates of East Cobb, Laura Kelly said, “Jack lives in our independent living cottages in the community. If you could have seen the face Jack gave me when I approached him about signing up for the basketball free throw competition! He had never played basketball before. I scheduled Jack practice sessions weekly at Sterling Estates Senior Living Communities Johnson Ferry Baptist Church, and we also bought EAST COBB (678) 946-4454 WEST COBB (770) 255-7000 a hoop for our wellness center.” Jack won the gold 4220 Lower Roswell Road 3165 Dallas Highway medal for the Men’s 85+ Free Throw Competition www.sterlingestateseastcobb.com www.sterlingestateswestcobb.com making 5/6 free throws! Jack won 6 medals in ½ mile walk, shuffleboard, basketball free throw, one-mile biathlon, clock golf and horseshoe toss. www.mymariettalife.com | 21


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The Marietta Museum of History is excited to present The A.G. Spalding Museum®: “An American Sports Empire.” This special exhibit highlights an impressive private collection of sports memorabilia showcasing A. G. Spalding, his company and early American sports’ history. Not only was A.G. Spalding the master of a sporting goods empire, he was also a professional athlete, sportsman and marketing genius. Spalding memorabilia on display include items from early baseball, football, golf, fishing, cycling, and basketball history. Spalding is currently celebrating the 125th anniversary of their “official” basketball! Exhibit highlights include vintage sports uniforms and equipment, and “Babe” Ruth’s 1935 Boston Braves cap! Other items highlight Cobb County’s own, Atlanta Braves’ history including a 1970 Braves uniform top, 1958 World Series bunting and Boston Red Stockings items! THE A. G. SPALDING MUSEUM®:”AN AMERICAN SPORTS EMPIRE”The SPALDING, A. G. SPALDING MUSEUM and related trademarks are used under license from Russell Brands, LLC When: May 30th, 2019 through November 2, 2019 Where: Marietta Museum of History, 1 Depot Street, Marietta, GA 30060 Cost: Included with regular museum admission. The Marietta Museum of History uses ordinary objects to tell the extraordinary stories of Marietta and Cobb County’s rich history and culture. Galleries and exhibits cover topics such as military history, home life throughout the centuries, technology and local businesses from our past. Monday-Saturday, 10am till 4pm (check website for holiday closings) Admission is $7 Adults, $5 Seniors and Students, 5 and under are free www.MariettaHistory.org www.mymariettalife.com | 23


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PÜR HEALTH HEALING ARTS CENTER - Dr. Jamie Foster 200 Cobb Pkwy N Suite 128, Marietta, GA 30062 www.lifeturnedup1.wixsite.com/drjamiejfoster Favorite outdoor activity: Foster Family Camping. We go along with our four boys and two dogs to do tent camping in a way that brings us all together. Favorite Dish: We are foodies, so it is very hard to pick a favorite dish. We would have to say one of our new favorite dishes is the salad bowl from Bull Gogi at the Market. Having the ability to eat healthy and experience a different dish every Dr. J3. Favorite Family Spot: Marietta Square. From the Concert’s in the Park, to the farmer’s market open on the weekends, to carriage rides, Glover Park tends to be the area where families and friends within the tight community come just to BE.

Sarah Liz SARAH LIZ BOUTIQUE 678-503-2332 | 111 Church Street | www.shopsarahliz.com | @sarahlizboutique Favorite Place to Find Inspiration: I am inspired by all my local Marietta gals and new customers that come into my business and continue to shop with me and support me everyday! Nothing is more satisfying then helping my customers and making them feel good and seeing them come back to shop again! Favorite Dessert: Oh that’s hard. It’s a tie between a chocolate chip cookie from Sarah Jean’s Ice Cream or the caramel turtle ice cream in a waffle cone from Four Fat Cows! Favorite Girls Night Spot: Taqueria Tsunami for their jalepeno margaritas!

Les Brannen

MOUNTAIN HIGH MULCH | 770-500-7421 | www.mountainhighmulch.com @mountainhighmulch Launched in 2018 by owner Les Brannen, Mountain High Mulch has made a revolutionary ground cover option available to Marietta, Cobb County and beyond with a state-of-the-art express blower system. Favorite Place to Take Out of Town Guests: Marietta Square Market. Great choices and varieties for everyone. Favorite Brunch Spot: Good Kitchen

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Favorite Place to Unwind: Two Birds, Cool Beans, and the trails of Kennesaw Mountain off of Burnt Hickory.


Kathryn Perrie LUSH CAKERY 137 Church St. NE, Marietta, GA | www.lushcakery.com, @kat_lushcakery From simple and rustic to ornate and modern, Kathryn excels at creating cakes that are as beautiful as they are delicious. She is an award winning cake designer, named “Top Pastry Pro� by Martha Stewart Weddings. Go check out her adorable shop in Marietta Square! Favorite Comfort Food: Veggie Fried Rice from Thaicoon Favorite Date Spot: The Butcher The Baker Favorite coffee shop: Cool Beans

Johnny Sinclair REALTOR, HARRY NORMAN REALTORS (Cobb-Marietta) C: 770-605-4755 | O: 770-422-6005 #1 Agent in the Cobb County Association of Realtors Over $24 million in sales in 2018 Favorite weekend spot: I love to sneak away to Kennesaw Mountain and walk up through the old CCC Camp up to the old quarry. My dad used to take me hiking there as a child and we'd walk into the quarry, search for trinkets and pieces of Kennesaw Mountain granite, and then walk up to the top of the Mountain. It's a great place to get away to some quiet and peace! Favorite Lunch Meeting Spot: I absolutely love everything at the new Marietta Market, but my favorite lunch meeting spot is to drop into House of Lu on Cherokee Street for the best Hot and Sour Soup I've ever tasted. Then I get an entree of basil chicken and steamed rice. It hits the spot. Favorite Street: I grew up just off Whitlock Avenue in Downtown Marietta and the beautiful houses that line that street are some of my favorites! There's an ancient Cedar of Lebanon that's in front of the Old Bussey House that's also my favorite tree in Marietta.

Katie Kelly KATIE KELLY CALLIGRAPHY www.katiekellycalligraphy.com | @katckelly Favorite Home Decor Shop: Market with a B- I love everything in there.The back room has the best home decor accents and kitchen necessities! Favorite Lunch Spot: Sugarcakes! I could eat their chicken salad sandwich every day. Best Kept Secret: I'm not sure if this is a secret, but the best breakfast you can get in Marietta is The Local Benedict (the Local's fried chicken served on a biscuit and covered with hollandaise sauce and a fried egg!) served at the Local on Saturday mornings only! The best choice of sides is cheese grits! www.mymariettalife.com | 25


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Get your taste buds on and show some love to the great restaurants at the Marietta Square Market. Here are 5 dishes you must try first!


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PITA MEDITERRANEAN STREET FOOD Marietta Square Market | www.pitastreetfood.com (678) 919-9912 PITA Mediterranean Street Food, is well known in the entire state of Georgia, for its variety of unique flavors to create some of the most delicious cuisines that fits everyone’s appetite. The youthful brand has exploded in popularity throughout metro Atlanta area and quickly became the largest Mediterranean restaurant brand in the state of Georgia.

PITA separates itself from its competitors with it’s made Fresh to Order concept, to keep the true value in its variety of flavors. Whereas many Mediterranean brands and other concepts alike, have limited their menu offerings in favor for the faster food. PITA prides itself with its best seller gyro sandwiches, freshly made hummus and falafels. PITA-Marietta Square Market, marks its 4th PITA location in Cobb county, and is the first of its kind to be in a compact kitchen space in a food hall setting. Marietta Square Market was decided to be a more favorable concept than approaching a food truck, as food hall concepts are drastically increasing in

Hand rolled cinnamon roll and house roasted latte!

BREAD & BUTTER BAKERY Marietta Square Market, (470) 444-1330 www.breadandbutter.coffee @breadandbutter_bakery What does the elephant mean? When writing various notes to my four children, I adapted the elephant as my "signature." The elephant was always there to remind them to have strength & be mindful in all they do. Here at Bread & Butter Bakery that same tradition continues ... It's our dedication to quality that gives us the strength of an elephant & the mindfulness to begin a culture of excellence.

Al Pastor Taco Al Pastor Taco (spit roasted pork, pineapple salsa)

STREET TACO (Marietta Square Market) www.streettacoatl.com | (678) 823-8700 Street Taco, the new street-style taqueria concept from Southern Proper Hospitality, opened its doors at the Marietta Square Market in March. The taqueria serves modern-yet-authentic Mexican street fare in a lively, energetic setting. Yum!

Cinnamon Roll & Latte


Forno San Mazano Pizza

Forno San Mazano pizza - hand crushed San Marzano tomatoes, fresh mozzarella (fior de latte), prosciutto crudo, arugula, extra virgin olive oil.

FORNO VERO NEAPOLITAN EATERY & DRINKERY www.fornoveropizza.com | (678) 310-2078 Located in the heart of the Marietta Square Market, Forno Vero Neapolitan Eatery and Drinkery serves up wood fired pizzas, fresh salads and craft cocktails. The name Forno Vero, which translates as “True Oven”, encompasses the authenticity of the quality ingredients that are used in every menu item including DOP ingredients imported from Italy and madein-house mixers in their Italian inspired cocktails.

Soft Serve Bubble Tea and Bubble Tea Floats

TINY BUBBLES TEA BAR (Marietta Market Square) Text TEATIME to 578-277 for discounts and freebies www.tinybubblesteabar.com | @tinybubblesteabar

Their newest twist! The Soft Serve Ice Cream is inspired by your favorite Bubble Teas and topped with Tapioca Pearls, Popping Pearls and Jellies. Soft Serve is gluten free, nut free and lactose free. Feeling extra adventurous? Order a Bubble Tea float! Choose your favorite Tiny Bubbles drink and top it with ice cream. Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar is serving up the fun with Award-Winning Bubble Teas, Vietnamese Coffee, Nitro Coffee and Loose Leaf Teas, made to order and customized to your liking. Proudly serving French Macaron Cookies from The Macaron Queen, awarded "Best Dessert in Atlanta" four years in a row. Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar is owned and operated by a mother-daughter duo. Their passion for high quality Loose Leaf Tea inspired them to take Bubble Tea to the next level by combining classic Tawaineese Bubble Tea with gourmet teas served in Tea Houses. “If you hate tea, you haven’t had ours” - Brielle and Felecia, owners.

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This time of year it is easy to take air conditioning for granted. But step outside for a few moments and you are reminded just how sweltering and humid summers in Marietta can be! But it wasn’t that long ago that Mariettans had to face the heat alone, without air conditioning or even electric fans. So how did they cope? Marietta’s historic William Root House Museum offers us a look. From June 1st through September 28, 2019, the museum is presenting its annual “Dressed for Summer” exhibition, which explores the tips and tricks our southern ancestors used to try to beat the heat. Inside the house, the rooms have been transformed as they would have been during the hot summer months of the 1860s. Some of the tricks they used might seem silly to us, but a few of them can be useful even today. Some of the changes that would have been made between winter and summer include taking down thick winter drapes and replacing them with thin sheers they called “glass curtains.” These curtains allowed for air flow while keeping insects out. White slipcovers would have been used to cover delicate upholstered furniture to protect the fabric from the harsh sunlight. Left uncovered, the natural dyes in the fabric would have bleached out quickly. Other tricks included removing thick rugs and carpeting and sealing up unused fireplaces. These small changes helped make southern homes bearable, if not cool, during the hot summer months. If you happen to be near the Root House, the exhibit is worth checking out. The museum is one of the only house museums in the nation that offers this type of summer display, and it’s right here in Marietta! Oh, and don't worry, they have air conditioning.

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