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MARCH/APRIL 2016•VOL. 2, ISSUE 2

L I V E • W O R K • S H O P • E A T • P L A Y • P R A Y

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March - April 2016

PUBLISHER’S LETTER P6 AZALEA FESTIVAL 2016 P8 SCOOTERS COFFEE P10 ROSWELL LAVENDAR FESTIVAL P11 PERSPECTIVE: CITY GREEN P12 ROSWELL BUSINESS ASSOC P14 ROSWELL WEDDINGS P16 VINTAGE COMPUTER FESTIVAL P18 PLAY GOLF IN ROSWELL P20 BONE BROTH BUZZ P22 CHOOSE A TECH CAMP P25

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PLAY IN ROSWELL THREE ON GREEN STREET RESTAURANT GUIDE FOUR HOT RESTAURANTS ART AROUND ROSWELL RUMC TALE OF 3 TREES HOOKING UP W/ 2ND CITY ROSWELL REAL ESTATE CALENDAR OF EVENTS SOUTHERN STYLE COLORS FESTIVAL OF ARTS

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FROM THE PUBLISHER

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YAY! SPRING HAS SPRUNG AND THAT MAKES ME A HAPPY GIRL. What a jam-packed issue we have for you! Spring in Roswell can be summed up in one word: FESTIVALS. Get outside and enjoy the Azalea Festival in April, the Vintage Computer Festival and the Colors Festival of the Arts. All of these events are meticulously planned by hard-working local activitsts to make our community a great place to live and visit. Shannon Gowland of the Roswell Farmers Market tells us why bone broth is good for our health on page 22. Claire Murphy tells us all about the unique ArtAroundRoswell sculture display, which lasts throughout 2016. And, please read all about the upcoming festivals on pages 11, 18 and 45. Local resident and activist Tai Anderson gives his perspective on the Roswell City Green project on page12. Send us your opinion at info@locallifepublishing.com. And, as always and as to be expected, we have a BIG restaurant section--Roswell is IMHO the best restaurant town in metro Atlanta --- I hold us up to Decatur any day! We write about the three restaurants on Green Street and then highlight four or our favorites in our regular “Four Hot Restaurants” column: Aqua Blue, Lucky’s, PURE and Tuttos Kitchen and Bar. Enough out of me. Keep turning the pages. And please email me your story ideas, feedback, criticism or to simply say, “hello!”

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Azalea Festival E ENJOY THE BEAUTY of springtime in Roswell at the

2nd Annual Roswell Azalea Festival. Events take place in numerous locations and on a variety of dates throughout the city.

A Prelude to the Roswell Azalea Festival A Prelude to the Roswell Azalea Festival is the opportunity to purchase native plants (including Azaleas) to your garden. Don’t miss the Chattahoochee Nature Center’s Spring Native Plant Sale. Over 120 species of plants available, and Horticulturists and knowledgeable volunteers on site to help you plant the garden of your dreams. Herbs and veggies for the edible garden and more.Follow the signs to the greenhouse and enjoy the Spring Native Plant Sale• chattnaturecenter.org The Chandlery 950 Canton Street, 770.993.5962•chandlerygifts.com The Chandlery will be celebrating the Azalea Festival with trunk shows and donating a percentage of the profits to the Child Development Association (CDAkids.org). You’ll notice some beautiful azaleas welcoming guests as they arrive to shop. Visit The Chandlery Gifts website for specific dates of the trunk shows and other fun activities. Azalea Self-Guided Tour and Scavenger Hunt Chattahoochee Nature Center, 9135 Willeo Road 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Saturday; Noon – 5 p.m. Sunday 770-992-2055 ext. 238; chattnaturecenter.org Grab a brochure and head out onto CNC’s 127 acres to view over 10 species of native azaleas highlighted on the property. The entire family can join in and kids can earn points in the Nature Exchange with the Azalea Scavenger Hunt. Georgia Nature Photography Exhibit 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Saturday; Noon – 5 p.m. Sunday. 770-992-2055 ext. 238; chattnaturecenter.org Georgia Nature Photographers Association and CNC team up to present photographs by some of the state’s best photographers. The work will focus on azaleas and other beautiful blooms. Children of CDA Kids Artwork Artwork created by the children of CDA Kids (Child Development Association) will be on exhibit at the Roswell Visitors Center. Their creativity will put a smile on your face. Location: Roswell Visitors Center – 617 Atlanta Street The Big Ketch 105 Canton Street – Roswell, GA 30075 770-993-5749; thebigketch.com The Big Ketch is celebrating the Azalea Festival with a special COMPLIMENTARY appetizer with the purchase of entrée. (Roswell location only). The Big Ketch Specializes in fresh, casual seafood, prepared with a gourmet touch in a relaxing environment. Leita Thompson Memorial Park Trail 1200 Woodstock Road, (also called Hwy 92) Azaleas bloom along the trails at Leita Thompson Park, where you will find a variety of wilder, deciduous, native azalea varieties and

places where there are Chinese and Japanese varieties on display. The Asian varieties are found at the Pug Mabry rock area, near the off-lease and at the Memorial Garden. Azaleas bloom near the pound also. Azaleas on the Fringe•The Fringe Miniature Golf 5100 Commerce Parkway•770-518-0977; a51fun.com Admission: $7 adults; $5.50 Seniors; $5 children 12 & under Surround yourself with Azaleas as you PUTT your afternoon away under the sun at The Fringe Miniature Golf. The most beautiful mini golf courses in Atlanta, locally owned and operated in Roswell. Nana’s Garden•Art Center West A Clay Collective event 1355 Woodstock Rd•770.641.3990 roswellclaycollective.com This gallery event will feature more than 500 clay flowers created by local artist and educator, Pam Arena. While each flower contains interestingly vibrant and personal imagery, the installation’s totality conveys the artist’s narrative of everyday life, loss, and the grieving process from the passing of her best friend and mother. The exhibit will be available until May 7th, for those who do not get to see it during the Azalea Festival. Azalea Festival Invitational Art Exhibition The Azalea Festival is pleased to feature artwork by Ann Alexander, Diane Buffington, Mary Lou Carpenter, Joan Hilliard and Amanda Lovett. Five original works will be exhibited by each of the artists. Paintings are available for viewing and for sale, during bank hours of operation: 9 – 5 Monday – Friday; 9 – Noon Saturday. Ann Alexander, Diane Buffington, Mary Lou Carpenter, Joan Hilliard, Teddi Shattuck, Hosted by: Bank of North Georgia Azalea Festival High Tea at Bulloch Hall Reservations Required; $45 per person Enjoy the rare occasion to have High Tea at Historic Bulloch Hall. Delicious tea sandwiches and sumptuous desserts will be served by ladies in period attire. 770-992-1731. Bulloch Hall, 180 Bulloch Avenue Roswell Ghost Tour SPECIAL: Roswell Ghost Tour Azalea Give-Away Night! Reservations Required $15 per adult; $10 for ages 12 and under 770.649.9922; roswellghosttour.com Registered participants meet at Roswell’s Historic Town Square (Intersection of Hwy. 9 & Hwy. 120). After the walking tour that shares stories of the spirits said to dwell behind the mansion walls and the toilsome tales of the mill village, each participant will go home with an Azalea plant. Roswell Ghost Tour is owned and operated by paranormal investigators and has among its many recognitions the title of Best Ghost Tour in the Atlanta area. VISIT ROSWELLAZALEAFESTIVAL.COM FOR MUCH, MUCH MORE! CM

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Seriously--why would I ever go to Starbucks again?

COFFEE ON THE GO: SCOOTERS#LOCAL ROSWELL OWNERS!!

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LOOKING FOR DELICIOUS COFFEE on the run? Try scooting in and scooting out of Scooter’s Coffee in Roswell. The Roswell location on Crossville Road is the latest addition to a chain of drive thru coffee houses that started in Bellevue, Nebraska in 1998. Founders Don and Linda Eckles named the coffee chain after their daughter’s nickname, Scooter, and thought it fit their slogan well, “Amazing People, Serving Amazing Drinks, Amazingly Fast.” In 2001 they started franchising their stores and have now expanded into 15 states with nearly 135 stores including Roswell. Jon Erwin and his wife Deanna own the Roswell location that opened in November of 2015. It’s the very first Scooter’s east of the Mississippi. “When people talk about Atlanta, traffic is always in the conversation, so we wanted to be around a lot of traffic. We focus on speed, you don’t want to sit and wait. We are gonna be fast and our products are great,” says Erwin who relocated from Omaha a year ago. Scooter’s keys to success? Find a great location and stay committed to high quality drinks, fast service, a clean store a big smile! “A lot of people call us their coffee shop, locals have supported us tremendously,” says Erwin. The drive thru coffee house is committed to quality and only roasts

from the top 10% of speciality coffee beans in the world. On each drink sold, customers get happy face sticker, Scooter’s way of saying “Have an amazing day!” Partnered with The Arbor Day Foundation, Scooters uses mostly shade grown coffee plants. These beans grow under the canopy of the rainforest and trees are not destroyed. On the menu, customers can find dozens of drinks to choose from including a Candy Bar Latte, an Iced Carmelicious, or a Turtle blender. There are also ten kinds of smoothies on the menu ranging from a Strawberry Smoothie to a PB Power Smoothie and even a Green Tea Smoothie. If you’re looking for something on the healthier side, try a Skinny Sugar-Free Turtle Latte or a Skinny Green Tea Latte. Scooters also serves up an assortment of breakfast items to go with your favorite coffee drink. There are four kinds of breakfast burritos to choose from including a southwest burrito. If you have a sweet tooth, Scooters serves cinnamon rolls, muffins, breakfast breads and the hard to resist, Scooter Doodle Cookie. You can even scoot home with a bit of Scooter’s. The coffee house sells coffee you can brew at home, whole bean or pods that fit in a Keurig. And what does the owner recommend? “I’m pretty simple, I like brewed coffee with a shot of espresso.”

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BARRINGTON HALL'S SIGNATURE ANNUAL EVENT

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Saturday, June 11, 2016 from 10am – 6pm. THE ROSWELL LAVENDAR FESTIVAL enters its 6th year and takes place on the 7.5 acres of the historic home’s property with distinct sections dedicated to the day’s activities. There are classes and demonstrations in the carriage house, lavender food samples, and sections for arts, crafts, antiques, food vendors, children’s activities and the ever popular Zen Zone. The free event features a full day devoted to all things lavender in a festival environment. The 2016 demonstration schedule is still being finalized but previous and popular topics included lavender wand making, creating lavender bath salts, and presentations on cultivating one’s own lavender plantings. New this year is an opportunity to “Make Your Own Fairy House” suitable for adults and children over 10 with adult supervision. Throughout the day, attendees can sample lavender infused foods, purchase lunch from the many food vendors and even enjoy a lavender cocktail or beer specially brewed for the Lavender Festival by Gate City Brewing.

front yard of the historic home is designated for children’s activities with crafts, historic games, and a special visit from the Lavender Fairy. Also popular is “The Zen Zone,” an area solely devoted to the healing properties of lavender, and featuring such techniques as crystal bowl therapy, reflexology and aromatherapy. Festival-goers can participate in a massage session, and outdoor yoga and Pilates classes. Local musicians contribute to the festival atmosphere with tunes ranging from Americana, folk, country and independent.The event and activities are free. Parking is offsite at the nearby Roswell Presbyterian Church and a trolley provides ongoing transportation between parking lots and the festival entrance. Vendor opportunities are still available. For further information, please contact festival organizer Janet Rigsby at Barrington Hall, jrigsby@roswellgov.com or 770.640.3855.

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As festival-goers arrive, they’re greeted by helpful Lavender Queens and provided with a map of the property which highlights the many different areas of the festival. The

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CURRENT EVENTS-COMMUNITY

City Green ONE ROSWELL:

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perspective: the city green can unify our city

IN THE JANUARY ISSUE, Roswell Magazine

featured my open letter to my Roswell Football Family following the incredible excitement of the 2015 football seasons for both Roswell High School and Blessed Trinity. Seeing both our teams in green represent our city in the state championship games is a memory that this city will always cherish. Despite the unfortunate outcomes of both games, you can only call the seasons “wins” for our great community. For the week leading up to the Georgia Dome appearances, we were truly “One Roswell.” At the end of the piece, I asked a heartfelt question, “How can we keep that spirit of unity alive in our city?” The answer might be as obvious as the green jerseys on our children’s backs.

spirit of unity I feel on a Friday night at Ray Manus stadium just doesn’t seem to be there in our government chambers. I hear talk of an east/west divide, two Roswells, and heartfelt differences in perspective. It has me missing Roswell Hornet football in a big way! Granted, the council’s job is hard. Its members are trying to make difficult, complicated decisions where there are valid arguments on either side of any singular issue. I will always give credit to anyone willing to step forward and serve in this really challenging capacity. It’s a pretty thankless job. However, our council just can’t seem to reach the kind of unity needed to really spark progress for our city. When I share this observation with my friends in the community, they are shocked to learn that the “One Roswell” spirit doesn’t extend to City Hall.

Over the last few months, I’ve heard some amazing ideas. My friends and neighbors have shared their suggestions for watertower art projects, park renovations, connected bicycle trails, a tailgate before every Roswell home football game, and the possibilities of what an expanded MARTA train line to Roswell might afford. Every idea has its inherent complexities. However, as I’ve interacted with my neighbors and friends at parks, church services, restaurants, coffee shops, sporting events and civic functions, I’ve truly felt that unified spirit of a community that has a lot of pride and optimism for the future. Unfortunately, one place I haven’t felt that unity is at our bi-weekly city council meetings.

Having been involved in the creative process of group songwriting for over 20 years, I would like to present an idea to help bring unity to our city government. When my band would get stuck on the detailed nuances of a new song, I found it to be helpful to just take a break from the tedium and “jam” on a song we already knew. When we captured the unity that came when we are all in sync, we would return to the song creation process with renewed vigor. It always propelled my band forward to progress and results with renewed alignment.

I’ve attended every meeting of the calendar year, and I’ve had my utopian bubble burst a little bit for our great town. You see, the

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I have an idea for our city council and city as a whole. An amazing project already exists; the City Green project. It’s been years in development, but it’s a ready to go “shovel ready” project, and

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BRINGING POSITIVE CHANGES TO OUR COMMUNITY

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businesses combine their efforts to support the revitalization of Roswell’s Historic District The Historic Roswell Business Association (HRBA) is an organization dedicated to revitalizing the longstanding contributions of the now dissolved Historic Roswell Merchant’s Association. The members of the newly developed organization plan to enable the businesses of Roswell’s Historic District to work together in a spirit of collaboration with Roswell’s government and non-government agencies to promote the growth, development, and economic prosperity of the downtown Roswell community. The Historic Roswell Business Association will work together to uphold its mission statement of “promoting the goals of the Historic District’s business owners to the city of Roswell, North Fulton County, and our customers present and future.” The HRBA represents the Historic District by overseeing five separate geographic “zones,” each with an elected representative to the Executive Council. Canton Street will be managed by Ann Marie Giglio of Core Matters, Webb Street by Shannon Schneider of Synergy Fine Art, Oak Street by Donna McDonald of MUSE

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& Co. Fine Art, Roswell Square by Kelley Davis of Harry Norman Realtors, and The River by Alissa Reynolds of RAW Juice Boutique. The group’s membership elected Ryan Pernice, owner of Table & Main and Osteria Mattone, as the HRBA’s first Executive Director. “Roswell already has a vibrant community of businesses here in the Historic District. Our hope is that the HRBA adds an element of cohesive teamwork so that our businesses act as partners, all pulling in the same direction, for the betterment of Roswell’s development,” says Pernice. “We will continually ask ourselves how we can work together to make downtown Roswell more exciting for more people. That’s our chief concern.” One of the first tasks for the HRBA will be to develop a unified website that promotes the Historic District, highlights parking options for visitors, and addresses needed infrastructural items like beautification projects and way-finding. In the coming months, the members will be working hard to structure a lasting organization that will bring real positive change to the community of Roswell. Further inquiries regarding the HRBA can be sent to Ryan Pernice at: ryan.pernice@tableandmain.com

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SPECIAL EVENTS

Michelle Mercer Austin Baldwin AT PRIMROSE COTTAGE PHOTOS: MORELAND PHOTOGRAPHY MORELANDPHOTO.COM

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WEDDINGS By Claire Murphy

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BRIDAL CONSULTANTS advise the first step in planning a wedding is nailing down a venue --- a special events facility --- to host your wedding reception and/or ceremony. The many beautiful and historic churches and special events facilities in Roswell make this decision particularly difficult because there are so many fabulous options! What is your vision? You can choose an historic destination, a wildlife sanctuary, an outdoor garden setting, a scenic backdrop, an antebellum home, a hotel, or an area restaurant with ample space for all of your guests. Roswell has all of this and more, boasting over 40 venue selections for brides and grooms. A great place to start is the Roswell Welcome Center in the center of town, located at 617 Atlanta Street. The knowledgeable and friendly staff at the Roswell Convention & Visitors Bureau can answer your questions, provide assistance and even provide gift bags to welcome your out of town wedding guests staying in a Roswell hotel. visitroswellga.com Michelle Mercer and Austin Baldwin (pictured above) began the marriage chapter of their story at the beautiful Primrose Cottage on Mimosa. Planning your big weekend sin

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Roswell can be so much fun. Couples can have their engagement photos taken in a beautiful garden setting, perform their ceremonies at one of Roswell’s magnificent churches, host the rehearsal dinner at a fabulous restaurant, and celebrate the reception at a larger hall or historic home---- all within a few square miles! For a comprehensive list of churches and houses of worship, take a look at page 46. And then set your wedding date early at one of these local venues: ROSWELL SPECIAL EVENTS VENUES Aqua Blue Bulloch Hall Kimball Hall Roswell Founders Club Naylor Hall Roswell Mill Chattahoochee Nature Center Roswell Tap Doubletree by Hilton Pastis Foundations Social Eatery Roswell Historic Cottage Area 51-- the Aurora Complex Andretti Indoor Carting Roswell Provsions Bistro VG

Roswell River Landing Houck’s Grille Mac McGee Irish Pub Holiday Inn - Atlanta/Roswell The Bocce Room at Ippolito’s Ivy Hall at Roswell Mill Spirit of Roswell Riverboat Brookfield Country Club Table & Main The Gilbert House Yellow House on Green Street The Loft on Roswell Square Mill Kitchen and Bar Country Club of Roswell Muse & Co. at SOCA Village Computer Pop Up Exhibit Venue Brookwood Grill Historic Barrington Hall Gardens at Great Oaks Primrose Cottage Osteria Mattone The Big Ketch Etris Kitchen and Bar Peach and the Porkchop Roux on Canton Street Tutto Kitchen and Bar Primrose Cottage Holiday Inn Express

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EVENTS AND FESTIVALS

Vintage Computer Festival: A Nostalgic Tech Trip Roswell is home to the Computer Museum of America and is host to the 2016 Vintage Computer Festival.

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ACCORDING TO REAL ESTATE WEB SITE, Movoto, Atlanta ranks No. 1 nerdiest major U.S. city. It should come as no surprise, then, that the Vintage Computer Festival (VCF) chose Atlanta-metro as the Southeast location of their annual event. This exciting and interactive festival, held in only four U.S. cities each year, returns to Roswell on Saturday April 2, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday April 3, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

and Commodore PET – intertwined with the stories and exhibits of the big names such as IBM, Microsoft and Gates.

In addition to approximately 30 exhibitors from around the country displaying collections such as early Radio Shack equipment, half-century old minicomputers and early handheld video games, the VCF also offers an amazing line-up of speakers and workshops for computer history enthusiasts.

This public celebration of computer history and nostalgia is located conveniently off Georgia 400’s exit 7 in Kings Market Center, 1425 Market Blvd., Suite 200, with ample free parking. Admission for adults is $10 for one day and $15 for two days. Children ages 17 and younger are admitted free with an adult. College students also gain free entry with a valid student ID.

During the VCF, most computers and devices will be hands-on and interactive for attendees. In addition, during the Festival, The Computer Museum of America (CMOA) Pop Up, which is hosting the event and rarely open to the public, will be accessible for touring. Two Pop Up exhibits – on loan from the CMOA, which owns one of the largest vintage computer collections in the world -- feature rarities like an Apple I, the first disk II and controller card, an original Lisa, and so much more. A 6,000-square-foot Apple display covers the rich history of the company from its inception to “what’s next” as well as the history of Steve Jobs. The 7,600-square-foot Link exhibit features the three crowns of personal computing – Apple II, TRS-80

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It’s also a time to play. A vintage game station and wall will be available for children and adults to play vintage games on classic computers and game consoles. Play Pac-Man, Super Pong and Mario on restored Atari, Sega and Nintendo machines.

The VCF event is hosted by the Atlanta Historical Computing Society and Roswell’s Computer Museum of America. The CMOA Pop Up exhibits’ artifacts are from one of the largest vintage computer collections in the world, owned by local resident Lonnie Mimms. To learn more about the Vintage Computer Festival, please visit their web site vcfed.org/wp. And, to rent the Computer Museum of America’s exclusive Apple and PC Pop Up events venue, learn more at computerpopupvenue.com or call 770.855.4182.

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Stop by for coffee … then tour your child’s future! The Queen of Angels Catholic School community invites you to join us for an informational coffee and tour. Watch as our faculty interacts with students from Kindergarten to 8th grade. We share a beautiful 100 acre campus with Blessed Trinity Catholic High School allowing our students to participate in a unique educational setting from Kindergarten to High School! ADMISSIONS COFFEE FROM 9:30-11 A.M. ON THE FOLLOWING DATES: November 12 • December 3 • January 21 Principal presentation at 9:35 a.m.

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PLAY GOLF IN ROSWELL BROOKFIELD COUNTRY CLUB 100 Willow Run • 770-992-9230 • brookfieldcountryclub.com Best known for its magnificent 18-hole Mike Riley designed golf course, its undulating greens and rolling fairways create a challenge for the expert player as well as being fun for the beginner. Designed in 1972, Brookfield has played host to many major amateur events in Georgia as well as hosting the LPGA during the 1970′s and 1980′s. Brookfield’s Professional Golf Staff headed by PGA Professional, Tim Crandall, strives to give the ultimate in service. The course measures 6801 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 140 and a 72.9 USGA rating.

HORSESHOE BEND COUNTRY CLUB 2100 Steeple Chase Ln • 770-992-2310 • horshoebendcc.com Originally designed by Joe Lee in 1974 it has recently undergone a major transformation under the direction of Bob Cupp. With four holes along the historic Chattahoochee River and over 2 miles of scenic river frontage, the natural beauty throughout the course has been enhanced with lakes, streams and dramatic water features. The redesign features: new greens, tees, bunkers, cart paths, and state of the art irrigation system. The course measures 6638 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 134 and a 72 USGA rating.

COUNTRY CLUB OF ROSWELL 2500 Club Springs Dr. • 770-475-7800 • ccroswell.com The 18-hole course is a private golf course that opened in 1973. Designed by Randy Nicholls, Country Club of Roswell measures 6570 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 133 and a 71 USGA rating.

SETTINDOWN CREEK GOLF CLUB 5500 Settindown Dr. • 770-640-4620 • ansleygolfclub.org The 18-hole course is a private golf course that opened in 1988. Designed by Bob Cupp, the course measures 7332 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 150 and a 76 USGA rating, SCGC was recently named Georgia’s “Best in State” by Golf Digest, ranked 84th among “America’s 100 Best Modern Courses” by Golfweek, and named the fourth toughest course in the area by the USGA, as published in the September 17, 2010 issue of the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

THE GEORGIA GOLF CENTER 345 Cox Rd. • 770-992-4233 • georgiagolfcenter.com Since 1999, GGC has been the premier golf learning and practice center in the metro Atlanta area. They offer 50 permanent tee stations, a well-manicured grass tee area, short game practice area with bunker and putting green, state-of-the-art golf instruction with video and Trackman, and expert club fitting with PING, Mizuno, Titleist, Callaway, Cobra and Henry-Griffitts fitting systems.

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HEALTH & FITNESS

FOR YOUR HEALTH

BONE BROTH BUZZ

BY SHANNON GOWLAND Roswell Food Therapy Chef / Herbalist

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SO WHAT’S ALL THE HYPE ABOUT bone broth if it has been around for over 10,000 years? Recently, bone broth has been the buzz for optimum gut health and a restorative or tonic for whole body health. Bone broth should not be confused with stock. Bone broth is boiled at least 20 hours or more and bones should crumble when cooled, this is the key to mineral extraction. Making the decision to include bone broth as a staple in your diet or committing to a gut restore diet can be a time consuming process and difficult to find quality bones. Bones should be from livestock raised by these standards: organic, pastured, grass fed / grass finished. Chicken Broth: The parts used is the back, necks, and feet. The feet are a great source of gelatin and a great choice for overall health, cellular repair, and collagen production. Beef Broth: Marrow bones are used and ideal for blood building & building iron. The key to a good Marrow bone broth is that the marrow is consumed. The marrow is a fatty substance in the cavities of bones. This is where blood cells are produced. Once the bone broth is complete use tongs or wait till broth is cooled and make sure all marrow is removed from bones and in the broth. The marrow and broth can then be pureed to emulsify. Of course, you can always consume the marrow straight as a treat with some Himalayan sea salt. Pork Broth: Part used is the back bone. The small amount of meat on the back bone can be removed and used in a breakfast dish or casserole. The back bones is supportive of the central nervous system and my favorite!

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Fish Bone Broth: Use whole fish bones, or whole fish. Key to make sure gills and organ meats are removed as this can create a very bitter taste. Make sure all fish bones used are wild caught in areas with low mercury and that NO DIP or Everfresh was applied. Fish Bone Broth is an excellent source of iodine, and helps to promote thyroid health. Packed with healthy fats, amino acids, and minerals. This stock is a must! Benefits of Broth: ONE: Beneficial in restoration of gut lining and assisting with digestion. Gelatin protects the mucosal lining of digestive tract. TWO: Helps with cold and flus: Study finds that consuming chicken broth during a respiratory infection reduces white blood cells and reducing inflammation. (Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Section, Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE.) THREE: Helps to reduce Joint Pain & Inflammation: Glucosamine in bone broth may stimulate the growth of new collagen. FOUR: High amounts of calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus in bone broth helps bones. FIVE: Collagen and gelatin supports hair and nail growth SIX: High in anti-inflammatory amino acids: glycine, and proline. Glycine is also calming and can help with easing and calming nerves. Bone broth is available at Roswell Farmers Market twice a week. So ditch the coffee run and swing by for a cup of broth!

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QUALITY: Quality equipment is needed to ensure quality learning. For instance, if you are trying to run a graphic software on a chrome book, it simply won’t work! And the student will get frustrated. Whether they have PCs or Macs, the configuration of the device is important. Are the programs built around cutting edge technology and are they laying a solid foundation for advancement? Pro Tip: What kind of machines do they use? Example: an EV3 is a newer model robot than NXT’s; A laptop should have enough RAM (min 4GB) and Hard drive space (500GB+) etc. One of the latest buzz in tech is ‘3D’ and programming languages like JAVA never get old. VARIETY: You want your child to be engaged and try out various things in the summer. Variety will enable your child to explore different aspects of the very vast technology field and determine what they like best. Pro-Tip: If a camp has variety in their offerings, you will have more options for your child; and what more, you might even get multi-enrollment discounts! AGE DIVISION: For the class to run at an equal pace, it is important that the students are grouped properly. If not, the older students might end up moving faster than the younger ones. And in the end, the take away is very little. Pro-tip: Check if the elementary and middle school ages are grouped together or separately.


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TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ROSWELL PARKS AND ACTIVITIES

LUCKY YOU. Recreation & Activities in Roswell abound!

If you are lucky enough to be a resident of our fine city, then check out all the amazing activites you are privvy to, mostly free! The City of Roswell offers numerous recreational and activities opportunities to individuals and families. Roswell is proud of the diverse programs offered for residents, who are encourage to seek out activities and get involved in achieving healthy lifestyles, while building relationships with neighbors. Many of the recreational activities that are programmed are outlined below. If you have any questions, or if you do not see a program listed, please contact their office, 770-641-3705. Active Adults Social Activities– Roswell Ramblers, Safety Driving, Bridge, Luncheons, Line Dancing, Bands, Singing, Drama Club, Computer Education, Genealogy, Painting Fitness & Athletic– Yoga, Badminton, Zumba, Cardio Training, Hydrorobics, Arthritis Exercise, Tai Chi, Personal Training, Therapy and Massage, Group Training, Nutrition Counseling, Bocce Ball Adaptive Programs Young Adult Club-Planned Events, Adaptive Hydrorobics, Adpative Friendship Camp (All special needs are welcome and accepted), Adaptive Bocce, Adaptive Zumba, Adaptive Soccer, Adaptive Drama, Adaptive Baseball, Adaptive Tennis General Interest Programs Cooking Classes, Tree Climbing, Karate, Fencing, Bocce Ball, Green Thumb Classes, Kidnergarten Prep, Yoga, Music, English as Second Language, Driver Education, Adult Cooking Workshops, Women’s Self-defense

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Summer Visual Arts Camps Art Adventures, ArtsCool, Young Rembrandts, Art Stucio, Clay Camp, Photography, Sewing, Jewelry, Drawing & Painting, Art Exploration Summer Camps Writing Camps, Lego Camps, Storkes Camps (art, tennis, swim), Circus, Aquatics, Fort Building, Mini Chefs, Challenge Island, Art, Bike, Cheerleading, Modeling, Dance, Career, Day Camp Performing Arts Camps KinderKids Dance & Drama, Musical Theater, Hip Hop Dance Health & Wellness Programs Fitness Centers, Fitness Classes, Personal Training, AM Express (well rounded workout), Fitness Evaluation, Pilates, Yoga, Boot Camp, Kickboxing, Zumba, Abs, Body Sculpt, Running Lessons, Step Aerobics, Cardio Historic Homes Cooking Classes, Walks in the Garden, Lecture Series, Lavendar Festival, Federal Occupation of Roswell, Magnolia Ball, Native American Day, Adult Writing Classes, Make a Wreath for Make-a-Wish, Christmas at Bulloch Hall, Quilt Show Aquatics Pool, Spraygrounds, Lifeguard Training, Hydrorobics, Swim Lessons, Diving Lessons

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GREEN STREET IN ROSWELL has been home to three iconic Roswell dining establishments for over two decades. If you haven’t walked on over and tried the BBQ at Swallow at the Hallow or the fresh meals at Greenwoods, then be sure to make plans to do so soon.

and Fried Green Tomatoes. They smoke only the finest meats and their sides are made from scratch with the freshest ingredients. Their homemade dressings start with yogurt; the most delicious addition you can have on one of their great garden salads or fried green tomatoes!

Greenwood’s Restaurant•Bill Greenwood first opened the doors in 1986. Homemade meals are made fresh daily using locally-grown, organic produce, dairy, grains and meats whenever possible. Greenwood’s supports local farms and sustainable agricultural practices as part of their farm-to-table ethic. All vegetables are meat and dairy free except for Broccoli Cheese Casserole and Cheese Grits. They invite you to enjoy one of their home-cooked meals complete with fresh baked pie for dessert! Greenwood’s menu is enhanced daily by seasonal specials which can include peach and strawberry pie, fried green tomatoes and fresh seafood. 1087 Green St •770.992.5383 greenwoods@ongreenstreet.com

Their homemade bread and rolls feature locally sourced ingredients including 100% organic whole wheat flour and honey to bring you the finest ingredients in their purest form - making our breads nutritious and delicious! Rolls & bread are available to-go for you to enjoy at home! 678-352-1975; orders@ongreenstreet.com.

Since 1999, Swallow at the Hollow has set the standard for barbecue in Atlanta. Owner Bill Greenwood introduced GMO free ingredients in their food preparations, as well as organic ingredients wherever available. Swallow at the Hollow is a Barbeque Restaurant featuring meats pit smoked over Hickory and fruitwood. Menu items are prepared fresh daily using organic, locally grown ingredients whenever possible. Vegetarian options include Pit Smoked Portabella Mushroom, Naturally-Grown Salad Greens

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The Yellow House, the special events facility next door, features family style meals. It is an open, unobstructed space that is decorated to capture the charm of southern hospitality. The Yellow House can accommodate up to 70 guests for your indoor seated event or up to 150 by using the outside area. It is perfect for wedding rehearsal dinners, wedding receptions, bar/bat mitzvahs, corporate luncheons or dinners, birthday parties, holiday parties, and more. Enjoy menu selections from both Swallow at the Hollow and Greenwood’s Restaurant. They offer a variety of menu options which include home cooking from Greenwood’s and award-winning barbecue from Swallow at the Hollow. At The Yellow House, they serve the same fresh, delicious food that you are accustomed to at their restaurants.1088 Green St•770.757.2999•yellowhouse@ ongreenstreet.com

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Keegan’s Public House 4401 Shallowford Rd (770) 640-1100 keegansirishpub.net Little Alley Steak 955 Canton St (770) 998-0440 littlealleysteak.com LongHorn Steakhouse 900 Mansell Road (770) 642-8588 longhornsteakhouse.com Lucia’s Italian 4705 Woodstock Rd (678) 646-1000 lucias.org Lucky’s Burgers/Brew 1144 Alpharetta St (770) 518-5695 luckysburgerandbrew.com Manuel’s Tavern 625 West Crossville Rd (770) 643-1330 marlowstavern.com Mac McGee’s Irish Pub 936 Canton St (470) 231-4724 macmcgeeirishpub.com Mellow Mushroom 935 Woodstock Rd (770) 645-8383 mellowmushroom.com Melting Pot 1055 Mansell Rd (770) 518-4100 meltingpot.com Mill Kitchen & Bar 590 Mimosa Boulevard 770-817-9345 themillkitchenandbar.com Milton’s Cuisine 800 Mayfield Rd 770-817-0161 miltonscuisine.com Mom’s Table 1207 Canton St (770) 552-7515 momstableonline.com Monterrey Mexican 2300 Holcomb Bridge Rd (770) 650-0430 monterreyroswell.com NOCA 1170 Canton St (770) 992-8866 nocaeatery.com Nosh Table & Tap 11255 Woodstock Rd 500 (770) 641-8282 noshatl.com Oak Street Cafe 45 Oak St (770) 594-1300 oakstcafe.com Oli + Ve 1003 Canton St (770) 587-4244 oliandve.com Olive Garden Italian 905 Holcomb Bridge Rd (770) 642-0395 olivegarden.com Osteria Mattone 1095 Canton St (678) 878-3378 osteriamattone.com OTP Tap & Grill 1475 Holcomb Bridge Rd (678) 585-0067 otproswell.com Outback Steakhouse 655 Crossville Rd. (770) 998-5630 outback.com Pastis Restaurant 928 Canton St (770) 640-3870 pastisroswell.com Peach & The Porkchop 12040 Etris Rd (770) 696-5409 peachandtheporkchop.com Peachtree Diner 915 Holcomb Bridge Rd (770) 993-0299 peachtreediner.com Pearl Raw Bar 959 Canton Street (678) 461-6788 zestoncantonstreet.com Pho & Com Asian Grill 915 Woodstock Rd (770) 992-7266 Plum Café 1055 Canton St (770) 518-7586 plumcafe.net Provinos Italian 1255 Grimes Bridge Rd (770) 993-5839 provinos.com Public House 605 Atlanta St (770) 640-554 publichouseroswell.com Pure Tauqeria 1143 Alpharetta St (770) 817-7873 puretaqueria.com/roswell Rice Thai Cuisine 1104 Canton St (770) 640-0788 ricethairoswell.com Roswell Farmers Mkt 555 Atlanta St S oswellfarmersmarket.com Roswell Tap 1090 Alpharetta St (770) 992-9206 theroswelltap.com Roux On Canton 946 Canton St (770) 993-0007 rouxoncanton.com Salt Factory 952 Canton St (770) 998-4850 saltfactorypub.com Slope’s BBQ of Roswell 34 E Crossville Rd (770) 518-7000 slopesbbq.com Spiced Right Ribhouse 635 Atlanta St (678) 352-9633 spicedright.com Stax Burger Bar 690 Holcomb Bridge Rd (770) 992-2229 staxburgerbar.com Stoney River 10524 Alpharetta Hwy (678) 461-7900 roswell.stoneyriver.com Sugar Shack In Back 1085 Canton St (770) 650-9838 coffeeshoproswellga.com Swallow + Hollow 1072 Green St (678) 352-1975 swallowatthehollow.com Table & Main 1028 Canton St. (678) 869-5178 tableandmain.com Taco Mac 685 W Crossville Rd (678) 795-0080 tacomac.com Taqueria Tsunami 1570 Holcomb Bridge Rd (770) 993-1530 taqueriatsunami.com Tara Humata 12050 Etris Rd (770) 998-5590 tarahumata.com Tokyo Boat Buffet 910 Woodstock Rd (770) 993-6646 tokyoboat910.com Tutto Kitchen and Bar 942 Alpharetta St (678) 878-2525 tuttokitchenandbar.com Vin 25 25 Plum Tree St (770) 628-0411 vin25.com VUU Asian Bistro 880 Woodstock Rd (770) 650-0288 vuubistro.com Zoës Kitchen 1105 Woodstock Rd (770) 645-1193 zoeskitchen.com

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ROSWELL HAS PERHAPS the most prolific dining

scene north of the perimeter. In the heart of it is Canton Street, dotted with laid-back little eateries, a sophisticated steakhouse, pizzeria and sushi on the sidewalk — no matter the temperature. Just off Canton Street you’ll find a plethora of dining options offering ample parking and amazing menus. Roswell truly has become the destination dining city of the South. Lucky us! Each issue, we give you a little more information about some of our favorite Roswell restaurants. Last issue we bragged about Osteria Mattone, Table and Main, Foundation Social Eatery and Peach & the Pork Chop. This time, we highlight Aqua Blue, Tutto Kitchen and Bar, Lucky’s Burger & Brew and PURE Taqueria. Enjoy! AQUA BLUE, aquablueatl.com 1564 Holcomb Bridge Rd•Roswell, 30076•770.643.8886 Relax in a setting of cascading curtain walls, rich bamboo floors and soaring ceilings. Enjoy award winning Global Cuisine and a distinguished list of wines, recognized by Jezebel, Wine Spectator, Zagat and DiRoNA. Experience world-class hospitality and a welcoming neighborhood environment. Their trademark is being generous in spirit and always attentive to the unexpressed wishes of their guests, who taste attention to detail and quality in every bite. Fresh seafood and sushi is prepared daily, along with their hand cut steaks cooked to perfection. Enjoy your meal with their classic cocktails and signature martinis or their extensive wine list

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of over 50 wines by the glass. You will be captured by their warm, professional and personalized service. Whether it’s an intimate dinner for two or an event for 300, dining at Aqua Blue is always a special affair for business…. or pleasure. TUTTO KITCHEN AND BAR, tuttokitchenandbar.com 942 Alpharetta Street•Roswell, 30075•678.878.2525 One of historic downtown Roswell’s newest additions, Tutto Kitchen and Bar is located on the corner of Elizabeth Way and Alpharetta Street. Enter into a large bar area, crisp and clean pure white bar top surrounded by dark wood tones and cozy, quaint, hand crafted dining room tables. The design of the restaurant left plenty of room in the kitchen for their Executive Chef to perform his culinary passion. An array of appetizers and small plates, an extensive selection of pasta and risotto choices with our Chef signature Short Rib Ragu highlighted, plus experience great entrée variations of Veal, Lamb, Beef and Seafood. Their staff can guide you through an extensive wine menu with great pairings of all their wine selections, as well as traditional sweets and espresso to cap off your experience. Daily specials. Pet-friendly patio. Corporate and Social events. LUCKY’S BURGER AND BREW, luckysburgerandbrew. com 1144 Alpharetta Street•Roswell, 30075•770.518.5695 Owners Ernie and Diane’s golden retriever, Lucky, is the inspiration behind each of their dining establishments. Established in 2010 in Roswell as a local watering hole for patrons and canine

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alike, they offer great burgers and ice-cold beverages (especially BREW) in a relaxed, fun atmosphere. Their burgers are made with fresh, never frozen, 80/20 ground Certified Angus Beef, and the freshest produce, which is delivered daily. All of their food is prepared to order to ensure quality and satisfaction. So,sit back, relax and enjoy some great food on the patio with family and friends. We can’t think of any other establishment that does more to support the Roswell community than Lucky’s. You’ll always find local police and firefighters enjoying lunch and Lucky’s many community events make this place a local favorite. PURE TAQUERIA, puretaqueria.com 1143 Alpharetta Street•Roswell 30075•770.817.7873 Chris Sedgwick and Michele Sedgwick, long time Alpharetta residents and successful Atlanta restaurateurs, were looking for a new way to express their style and their love of food. They found the inspiration they were seeking with their take on an authentic Mexican taqueria. Hip, loud, sophisticated and fun, PURE Taqueria has been serving up inspired cuisine and margaritas that pack a wallop. Either way, they have plenty of margaritas, cold beer, killer tacos, unreal ceviche and more! Our staff hung out at PURE last night and commented, “PURE--the rooftaop: The place to be last night! A pinch of college, a stash of Buckhead and a whole heap of local Roswell.” Do yourself a favor and try their Double Barrel Margarita – Herradura double barrel reposado, lime, agave nectar, Combier orange liqueur – you can thank them later!

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ArtAround Roswell April 11 - December 2016

PHOTO: AVIAN by Michael Dillon

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By Claire Murphy INTRODUCING ROSWELL’S FIRST SCULPTURE TOUR! An initiative of Roswell Arts Fund city of roswell parks which runs April through December 2016--and a partnership between the City of Roswell and the Roswell Arts Fund, ArtAround Roswell is hosting ten established works of art on loan to the city by their artists. The sculptures will be on display in selected Roswell parks from April through December 2016, and a variety of special events and celebrations are planned throughout the year. You’re invited to explore, experience and enjoy! The ten works of art can be found in key park locations throughout Roswell. Whimsical, witty, nostalgic, awe-inspiring — learn more about the sculptures and make plans to experience them for yourself. Come

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for a quiet visit, pause during a run or bike ride, or bring your friends and family to enjoy a day in the parks. Pictured above is AVIAN, a sculpture by former Roswell resident Michael Dillon. Poised and ready to take flight, Avian is a large bronze and iron wing mounted on a forged staff. Graceful and kinetic, the wing rotates 360 degrees, creating an interactive experience that transcends any preconceived notion of traditional bronze and iron sculptures. Michael Dillon has lived in and around Roswell for the past 25 years, and his works exemplify the Roswell spirit— steeped in history, with a modern flair. As a blacksmith and artist, his sculptures are hand forged using large industrial hammers to create work that is both visually uncomplicated and intricate.

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Avian is located at Roswell Area Park, at the lake. The materials used in this sculpture is bronze and iron

tions are planned throughout the year; a sampling of events follows. Stay tuned for more details on these events and more!

What is the Roswell Arts Fund The Roswell Arts Fund is an independent 501c3 nonprofit corporation with strong collaborative relationships with the Roswell Arts Commission and City of Roswell. Its mission is to be a powerful voice and advocate for the arts community, strengthening the scope, quality and diversity of the arts and striving to fully integrate the arts into the social and economic fabric that is uniquely Roswell. Its vision for the city of Roswell is to create a city that welcomes residents and visitors for its Arts experiences, communicates a sense of place and diverse offerings and attracts a talented workforce, entrepreneurs and business.

March 13, 6-9pm @ River Landing - Preview Party April 16, Noon-3pm @ Roswell Area Park - Grand Opening May Saturday, 2-4pm @ East Roswell Park - Roswell Performing Arts Dance August Saturday, Noon @ Visual Arts Center - Lunchbox Gallery Talk w/ Michael Dillon September 17, 11 - 3pm @ Don White Park - Community Guilds STE(A)M Truck

ArtAround Roswell would like us to thank the following organizations and companies that have provided support for the project. •New Kent Capital (Presenting Sponsor) •Bank of North Georgia •Downtown Development Authority (DDA) - 2015 Members •Gas South •Lennar Multifamily, Roswell City Walk •Publix Super Markets •Roswell Inc / CVB Board / Visit Roswell A variety of special events, activities, learning activities and celebra-

The ten scultures can be found at artaroundroswell.com, but here is a quick run-down: AVIAN by Michael Dillon, Oak Leaf Triptych by Jim Galucci, Architectural Reliquary by Gothic Bike Rack, Smoke by Marc Moulton, SS Sentinel by Rollin Karg, Bicycle Built for Two by Jim Collins, Einstein Sundial by Mary Ruden and Robert Benfield, Early Hatch by Joey Manson, Papillon by David Landis, and Solar Wind by Patricia Vader. artaroundroswell.com


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The Tale of The Three Trees Thursday, March 24 At Roswell United Methodist Church (RUMC)

The Roswell UMC Worship Arts on Wednesdays (WOW) Elementary Choirs will perform “The Tale of the Three Trees” on Thursday, March 24, at 7 p.m. The musical by Allen Pote is based on an American folk tale about three trees on a mountaintop who dream of what they want to be when they grow up, and how their dreams come true in an unexpected way. It will be an inspiring and moving Holy Week service as we are reminded in music and drama that God can work through all things for good. The public is invited to this Maundy Thursday service in the historic RUMC Chapel located at 814 Mimosa Blvd. For a schedule of Lent and Easter services and events at RUMC, go to rumc.com/Easter. Your refreshed Holiday Inn Express® is here. We’ve added signature showers and curved rods. A choice of pillows. Crisp, fresh, white linens and more. Of course, some things haven’t changed – you can still enjoy all the things you’ve come to love: • Free high speed Internet access • Fitness center • Business center • I HG Rewards Club • Swimming Pool • Free hot breakfast In fact everything at Holiday Inn Express is designed so that you can relax. Because we know all you really need on the road is a place to be yourself. That’s what Holiday Inn Express was built for. Now, that’s smart.

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THE SECOND CITY ROSWELL CULTURAL ARTS CENTER MAY 7, 2016 AT 8PM

The legendary comedy improv troop that brought us Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Steve Carell, and many stars of SNL- The Second City – knows a few things about love. They’ve been looking at and laughing about relationships for more than 55 years. “Hooking Up with The Second City” makes mirth out of missed connections, girls’ night out adventures, and all the crazy things we do for love. This gaspingly funny revue is a modern mix of romance, rancor and everything in between.**FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY. STRONG LANGUAGE.**

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Discounts available for Students, Seniors, and Military. Must call or buy in person for discount. Live Comedy : Genre: Rated PG-18 General Admission - Balcony $35.00 ; General Admission - Orchestra $40.00; Hola! Taqueria Concessions $5.00 Georgia Ensemble Theatre Roswell Cultural Arts Center 950 Forrest Street Roswell, GA 30075 770.641.1260

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REAL ESTATE

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A sampling of the 111 homes were sold in 30075 and 30076 IN JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2016. (DOM = “days on the market”) STREET ADDRESS NEIGHBORHOOD PRICE DOM 830 Hedgegate Ct Laurelbrook 1,390,000 108 125 Newcastle Ct Windsor 1,040,000 89 1025 Caldium Ivey Mills 925,000 6 1042 Lake Charles Dr N/A 825,000 170 8815 Torrington Dr Horseshoe Bend 758,000 25 79 Connemara Rd Connemara 718,000 154 1320 Atherton Park Atherton Park 659,125 129 2035 Fife Ridge Ct Huntington Estates 630,000 20 805 Marshview Close Martins Landing 624,900 110 8025 Tangletree Way Pine Grove 610,000 14 160 Steeplegate Chase Horseshoe Bend 550,000 139 4653 Clary Lakes Clary Lakes 530,000 72 1020 Park Meadow Ln Willow Springs 509,000 29 12355 Edenwilde Dr Edenwilde 485,000 50 1070 Knoll Terrace The Parc at Pine Grove 477,500 33 1215 Northshore Dr Martins Landing 459,900 13 100 Shadowbrook Dr Shadowbrook 450,000 121 840 Devenish Ln Wexford 441,500 23 3110 Fenwood Trl Bristol Oaks 435,000 30 4994 Fairhaven Way NE Carriage Park 428,096 5 4420 Lake Chimney Pl NE Chimney Lakes 419,900 5 12095 Wexford Overlook Wexford 405,000 96 715 Wickerberry Wickerberry 400,000 77 843 Gable Gate Turn Gables 397,000 2 3045 Foxhall Overlook Foxhall 389,000 38 290 Shelli Lne Roswell Place 384,220 5 3487 Johnson Ferry Rd NE Chimney Lakes 380,000 17 1065 Grace Hill Dr Grace Hill 375,000 3 2520 Roxburgh Willow Springs 367,000 58 1440 Oakhaven Dr Brookfield Country Club362,325 74 1150 Rome Dr Orchard Lake 345,000 15 9480 Martin Rd Martins Landing 340,000 110 11805 Highland Colony Highland Colony 337,500 217 4497 Irvington Ct Westchester 330,500 5 9335 Indian Springs Dr Riverside Hills 325,000 212 345 Saddle Creek Cir Saddle Creek 325,000 31 535 Woodman Place Martins Landing 319,000 21 5030 Baywood Dr Crabapple Parc 315,700 4 1235 Land O Lakes Dr Land O Lakes 307,500 2 1065 Fieldgate Lane Foxhall 300,000 87 540 Periwinkle Dr Pine Needles 290,000 14 11645 Highland Colony Dr Highland Colony 285,000 103 1600 Cedar Knoll Martins Landing 285,000 5 220 Brandenburgh Cir Lake Charles Estates 278,000 167 675 Springview Ct Spring Ridge 266,000 168 5065 Foxberry Ln Crabapple Station 264,900 10 2285 Twelvestones Dr Twelvestones 253,500 61 102 Beech St Mountain Park 245,000 7 9660 Loblolly Ln Cedar Creek 240,000 92 4137 Inola Trl NE Indian Creek 225,000 12 1025 Laurel Mill Dr Barrington Farms 221,500 38 226 Hillcrest Dr n/a 205,000 5 120 Roswell Farms Ln Roswell Farms 197,000 124 135 Terramont Terramont 180,000 29 310 Liberty Trace Liberty Square 139,900 21 4371 Old Mabry Ln NE Old Mabry 110,000 14

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SPRING INTO ACTION By Tracy Coles The Hernandez Group, KW Roswell

Spring is here, and with it comes the beginning of peak season for real estate sales in Roswell and North Metro Atlanta. Currently, supplies are low and demand is increasingly high, so sellers are getting top dollar for their homes with favorable terms and (if priced right), multiple offers. Property values continue to increase so that sellers have more equity in their homes and there is a pent-up demand of ready, willing and able buyers for homes in every price range. In spite of the low inventory, not every home will sell. Price, condition, and marketing all play a role in getting a home sold. These 5 simple yet effective spring cleaning tips can prepare your home for sale and give you the edge over other sellers. 1.DeClutter – give the illusion of space & allow buyers to envision themselves there. 2.Clean your windows & let the sun shine in. 3.Make kitchen & baths white glove clean. 4.Sniff out smells and bad odors. 5.Trim lawn and trees. Make first impressions count! If you’re considering selling, now is the time to “spring into action” and take advantage of the current market conditions.

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CALENDAR MARCH & APRIL 2016

What’s Happening ? March. 12

Shamrock in the Park, 2 PM to 6 PM, Mac Magees of Historic Roswell, 936 Canton St. Festival & ½ K Road Race. Visit roswellgov.com Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day Live! Special Edition, 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Barrington Hall, Bulloch Hall and Smith Plantation. Visit roswellgov.com. Daffodil Show, Noon - 5:00 PM. For more information, Visit visitroswellga.com/ cal-events/daffodil-show/

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Great American Cover-Up Quilt Show in Bulloch Hall, Runs through March 13. Visit bullochhall.org. Peter and the Starcatcher, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM. Presented by the Georgia Ensemble Theatre at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center. A magical presentation in the prequel to Peter Pan. Visit visitroswellga. com

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The Chattahoochee: Re-Imagine our River, 1 PM to 1:30 PM at the Chattahoochee Nature Center. Running every M-F until May 31. chattnaturecenter.com

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Cooking Classes at Barrington: A Salute to Julia Child, 6:30 PM - 9;30 PM. Reservations required. Call 770.640.3855 for more information.

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Kiwanis Club Meeting, Noon - 1:00 PM. The Mill Kitchen & Bar, 590 Mimosa Blvd. roswellkiwanis.org. Rotary Club Meeting, 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM. Meetings temporarily moved to Hembree Park. roswellrotary.club. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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Easter Egg Hunt, 10:00 AM. $5. Smith Plantation. For more information: 770.641.3978 or email kthomasberger@ roswellgov.com Snow White, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM. Atlanta Dance Theatre’s presentation at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center. Visit ADTshows.

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com or call 404.438.3028. Steel Magnolias Productions, 6:30 PM at Roswell United Methodist Church. $15. rumcActingU.webs.com

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Water Drop Dash 5K and Festival, 9:00 AM, Chattahoochee Nature Center. Visit waterdropdash.com for more information. Spring Arts and Crafts Bazaar, 9 AM - 5 PM, Adult Recreation Center, 830 Grimes Bridge Road. Free admission. Visit roswellramblers.org or call 770.641.3950. Snow White, 2:00 PM and 7:30 PM.. Atlanta Dance Theatre’s presentation at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center. Visit ADTshows.com or call 404.438.3028. Steel Magnolias Productions, 2 PM and 6 PM at Roswell United Methodist Church. $15. rumcActingU.webs.com

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Alexsander Academy 8th Annual Spring Fundraiser, 5 PM - 7 PM. Wine, Beer & Food. Auction. Live Improv Show, $25 / pre register $35 / at the door. alesxanderacademy.org

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Roswell Dance Theatre Presents “Alice in Wonderland”, Tolbert Yilmaz School of Dance. 10 AM, 1 PM and 4 PM. Visit tysod.com or 770.998.0259.

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Barrington Hall’s Wednesday Evening Lecture Series, 6:30 PM. Paulette Snoby: “Captain Patrick Graham and the Battle of New Market (May 15, 1864) “. 770.640.3855.

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Spring Nature Plant Sale, 10:00 AM 5:00 PM. Chattahoochee Nature Center, chattnaturecenter.org

April 1

A Prelude to the Roswell Azalea Festival, Running every week on Friday and Saturday until April 9 at the Chattahoochee Nature Center.. Visit chattnaturecenter.org for more information.

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Vintage Computer Festival, 10 AM - 7 PM, Kings Market Center, 1425 Market Blvd. for more information, contact : earl@ baugh.org 404.915.8029.

Alive in Roswell, Live music, food, shopping with trolley shuttles from the parking lot of City Hall to Canton Street, free of charge. aliveinroswell.com

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Cooking Class at Barrington: Dinner on the Bayou, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM. Historic Barrington Hall, 770.640.3855. Health & Wellness Expo, 9:30 AM - 1:30 PM. Roswell Adult Recreation Center, 830 Grimes Bridge. Rd. Free Event. 770.641.3950.

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Fairy House Spring Scavenger Hunt, Chattahoochee Nature Center, visit chattnaturecenter.com for more information. Spring Break Bonus Fun, 10 AM to 5 PM. Chattahoochee Nature Center. Visit chattnaturecenter.com for more information. Roswell Photographic Society Art Exhibit at Roswell Cultural Arts Center. Running every day until April 30th at the Cultural Arts Center, 950 Forrest St. roswellazaleafestival.com FREE..

Roswell Dance Theatre Presents “Alice in Wonderland”, Tolbert Yilmaz School of Dance. 7 PM Visit tysod.com or 770.998.0259.

Children of CDA Kids Artwork. Running every day until April 30th at the Roswell Visitors Center, 617 Atlanta Street. Roswellazaleafestival.com

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The Chandlery Gift Store, 950 Canton street. The Chandlery will be celebrating the Azalea Festival with trunk shows and donating a percentage of the profits to the Child Development Association. 770.993.5962 chandlerygifts.com

Open Hearth Cooking & Living History at Smith Plantation, 10 AM - 2 PM, Smith Plantation, Cook House, 935 Alpharetta St. Free. Visit roswellgov.com

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The Big Ketch is celebrating the Azalea Festival with a special COMPLIMENTARY appetizer with a purchase of an entree at the Roswell location. 1105 Canton Street. thebigketch.com

Roswell Beer Festival, Noon to 6 PM, at the Historic Roswell Town Square. For more information visit roswellbeerfest.com Roswell Azalea Festival Harvest Dinner, 4 PM - 8 PM at the Smith Plantation Home Pavilion, 935 Alpharetta Street. Tickets $85 in advance; $95 at the door. Roswellfam.com

Garden Tour Mondays at Barrington Hall, 9:30 AM - 10:00 AM running every Monday until April 25th. southerntrilogy.com Joe Gransden and Georgia Ensemble Theatre present Lady Sings The Blues, 8 PM, featuring Music Hall of Fame Inductee Francine Reed.. Roswell Cultural Arts Center. 950 Forrest Street. Get.org

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Spring Fling at Hembree Farm presented by the Roswell Historical Society. Rain date April 23. 770.992.1665. Run the River 5K / 10K presented by Homestretch at St. Andrews Catholic Church, 675 Riverside Road.

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Yesterday and Today: An Interactive Beatles Experience. 6pm - 7pm, Event running every day until April 24th, Roswell Cultural Arts Center. Get.org.

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The Atlanta Jazz Party, 3 Days, 1 Stage, 25 All-Stars. Visit atlantajazzparty.com for more info.

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Roswell Farmers and Artisians Market, 8 AM - Noon, Running every Saturday until October 29th. Located on the Grounds of City Hall, 38 Hill Street.

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Garden Faire at Bulloch Hall, 9 AM to 3 PM, Rain or Shine. 678.315.1012 or Ethridge@ bellsouth.net

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Students of The Cottage School Artwork exhibit at the Roswell Visitors Center. Running every day until April 30th. 617 Atlanta Street. 770.640.3253 or roswellazaleafestival.com


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THE LUMINOUS ARTIST COTTAGE of Southern Style cultivates over 150 artists both local and Nationwide, with art, clothing, jewelry, shoes and so much more represented. Tamara, the owner, is a formally trained artist and is a retired model for clothing, shoe designers, as well as an art director for a large adagency in NYC. With many years of knowing artists she has flocked with, Tamara, her husband and 2 boys decided to open this truly unique store in Roswell over 2 years ago where they have lived for over 25 years. This is a family store, everyone pitches in to help design, create and keep the community tethered into the ideals that we are striving for, “keeping things local “and not mass produced. They work diligently with all their friends to create a unique and non-typical look for your wardrobe and fashion minded women of all ages. Many of the artists design for Neiman Marcus, Sundance catalog, Anthropology and many European clothing lines. This collection of artists they work with make creations of things, many one of a kind creating this unique store. If we can’t find what we are looking for in clothing or jewelry, or want to create a trend, we believe in going to the artists to achieve the next look before it hits the runways. Then we start to make

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clothes, jewelry, décor, etc. and make it ours and yours until we move on to the next unusual pieces. We want to make things with our designers to create a dreamy, romantic, comfortable or sexy look for you that are timeless and you can wear now or 20 years from now. Tamara believes that all women are beautiful creations which come in all shapes and sizes that are unique to them only. All we need to do is show them how to bring that out in their everyday lives either with a pair of beautiful earrings to make that outfit perfect, or a whole collection for our customers. It excites us to hear customers come in and say “Every time I wear this outfit I have people stop me and want to know where I found it?”! So the secret is out about this little store in Roswell and what amazing pieces you will find but remember, it’s probably the only one of its kind, so get it while you can. We do have many celebrities and stylists come into our store to get special pieces before a showing or event. So you never know who is wandering around the store to stop by to say hello or find that next treasured purchase for their ensemble. We also do private showings and wardrobe consultations upon appointment. Southern Style – Beautiful Things for the Home, Body & Soul southernstyleinc.com

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Colors Festival of the Arts A Roswell Mother’s Day Tradition for over 25 years

Mother’s Day Weekend•Historic Town Square 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. •Fine Arts & Crafts – Family Fun – Free Shuttle colorsfestivalarts.com YOUR WILL NOT FIND THIS FESTIVAL located in a shopping center but rather in the beautiful, picturesque historic Town Square. Art is showcased under the spreading branches of mature trees. Entertainment takes place from the bandstand, originally built to allow Teddy Roosevelt to address the crowds as he visited Roswell and his mother’s childhood home, Bulloch Hall. Just across the street you’ll enjoy a warm welcome at the Roswell Visitors Center. Roswell Jr. Women’s Club members operate a hostess tent in the Square, offering assistance to attendees and to the artists and craftsmen. Fine arts and original crafts, musical entertainment, and Roswell culture attract people from near and far as they enjoy this creative event. Mother’s Day weekend is the perfect time to gather the family and celebrate Mom’s special day. If you haven’t found the perfect gift for her – no worries! Artisans whose works are hand-made are invited to submit an application. We do not allow re-selling of merchandise but invite those who

make fine creations in paintings, clay, glass, fiber/textiles, graphics, mixed media, sculpture, and original hand-made crafts. Awards: Awards are selected at the judge’s discretion. Ribbons and cash awards are given to artists in the following categories Best of Show $400, Second Place $250, Third Place $100 4 Honorable Mention Ribbons are presented. The Roswell Junior Woman’s Club encourages community involvement, education and social interaction among its members. We are united by a dedication to community improvement through volunteer service. RJWC accomplishes its work through six departments, which focus on Arts, Conservation, Education, Home Life, Public Issues and International Affairs. Through these departments we address issues such as women’s health, child advocacy and abuse prevention, community improvement, citizenship, international understanding, development of new skills for children and adults, homelessness and much more! We are a member of the Georgia Federation of Women’s Clubs (GaFWC). GaFWC is part of an international organization, The General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC), representing more than 11 million women in 55 countries around the world.

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PRAY LOCALLY God our Creator, we pray: Almighty God, bless our nation and make it true to the ideas of freedom, justice, and brotherhood for all. Be close to our president and our statesmen; give them vision and courage. Make me more deeply aware of my heritage; realizing my rights, duties and responsibilities. Make this great nation and all its people know clearly Your will. Amen.

Roswell First Baptist Church Fellowship Bible Church Northside Church Journey Christian Crosspointe Community World Harvest Roswell Community Roswell Presbyterian Saint David’s Episcopal Bridge to Grace Christ United Methodist Zion Missionary Baptist Lebanon Baptist Church Roswell United Methodist North River Baptist Temple Kehillat Chaim Temple Beth Tikvah Congregation Beth Hallel Tikvat David Messianic St Andrew Catholic Northbrook UMC Atlanta Street Baptist Northminster Prespyterian St. Peter Chanel Catholic Roswell Church of Christ Roswell Community Masjid Cross of Life Lutheran Tapestry Community Pleasant Hill MBC St. Peter’s Place Anglican Northview Church of Christ St. Mary of Egypt Orthodox Eagle’s Nest Church First Church of Christ, Scientist Church of the Savior Roswell Assembly Northside Church of Christ 46

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Roswell Magazine - Spring 2016  

Roswell Magazine is a Local Life publication covering the good people of Roswell, Georgia in zip codes 30075 and 30076.

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