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SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2017 VOL. 3, ISSUE 5

A LOCAL LIFE PUBLICATION

L I V E • W O R K • S H O P • E AT • G I V E • P L AY • P R AY LO C A L LY

Creating Beautiful Spaces

Lisa Carlquist, President ARTISAN CUSTOM CLOSETS

Restaurant Guide Events Calendar Real Estate Market Update FESTIVAL SEASON

R O S W E L L W I N E F E S T I VA L R O S W E L L A R T S F E S T I VA L

GIVE LOCALLY

Local Non-Profits Thrive With Local Help

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Publisher’s Letter September and October IN ROSWELL Thank you so much for picking up a copy of the September/October issue of Roswell Magazine. We’re thrilled you’re here and can’t wait for you to dive into our pages to see all the fabulous happenings around 30075 and 30076 in these next two months. The annual Riverside Concert Series (p13-did we say “free?”) is once again lighting up the nights along the Chattahoochee. Roswell Magazine has jumped on board this year as a premium sponsor of this and LIVE in Roswell (p23). Look for us and say, “Hi.” This issue of Roswell Magazine’s cover story features Linda Carlquists’ Artisan Custom Closets and their unique approach to providing exceptional client service and a top-of-the-line product (p10). We highlight the Roswell Wine Festival (p15), Family Cruising (p20), the Tour of Homes (p26), and a bunch of cool events at the Chattahoochee Nature Center (p24). Our special attention this issue was toward GIVING LOCALLY highlighting Roswell-based non-profits (starting on p16). Real Estate is HOT in Roswell, so we list all the recent sales--watch our property values go up (p36). Roswell Magazine is published 6X per year—please continue to send us your events, updates, articles and images which showcase the best of Roswell and view all of our past issues and articles on MYROSWELLMAGAZINE.COM. The next (Holiday!) issue will publish in November/December. Live locally! Warm Regards,

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Roswell Magazine is published by Local Life Publishing, LLC Mailing Address: 10719 Alpharetta Hwy. PO BOX 1153, Roswell, Georgia 30077 info@locallifepublishing.com Founder REGINA BARKLEY President CHRIS SMITH Associate Publishers LISA PEPPER DALTON PEPPER Associate Editor DANIELLE BARTLING Production & Design CLAIRE MURPHY Administrative Assistant SARAH MABAL Contributing Writers MELISSA MULVANEY, DELISA BARKLEY, DEBBIE ROSEN, TRACY COLES, CLAIRE MURPHY Own a local business? Interested in partnering with Roswell Magazine? Contact one of our Associate Publishers to learn how we can help you position your brand to more effectively reach the local market. Lisa Pepper {470} 514-9922 lisa@locallifepublishing.com Dalton Pepper {770} 490-4464 dalton@locallifepublishing. com

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Publisher’s Letter, p6 Artisan Custom Closet, p10 Roswell Wine Festival, p15 GIVE Locally, p16 Helping Haiti, p18 Family Cruising, p20 Enable Roswell, p22 Tour of Homes, p26 Viking Weekend, p26 WellStar N. Fulton, p27 Roswell Rotary, p28 Roswell Ambassadors, p31 Stronger Muscles, p32 French in Roswell, p33 Family Fine Dining, p34 Real Estate Market, p36 Restaurant Guide, p38 Roswell Arts Festival, p42 Calendar, p44 Earth Medicine, p45 Worship, p46 Advertiser Index, p46

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More than Closets

NSFORMING ROSWELL HOMES THROUGH CUSTOM CABINETRY

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What impressed us the most about Artisan Custom Closets is how much pride they have in ensuring their customers receive the best available product and design. And, we were equally awed by their impeccable commitment to detail and client service. The company’s president, Lisa Carlquist, had been working with closets for 15 years when a larger corporation bought out the mom and pop operation in which she was employed. Unwilling to succumb to big business and its practices, Lisa set out to create her own model of what custom storage design should look like in 2008. “That was the worst year to start a business in this industry,” Carlquist says. After wrestling with the challenges that entrepreneurship presented during a down economy, the company began to officially take off in 2010. To formulate a well-rounded business, however, Lisa knew that she would need to enlist the help of a team with varying skillsets. She chose people she knew from the industry as well as other prominent industry personnel to help build her brand. She chose the “best of the best for the Artisan brand.” And, as a result, Artisan Custom Closets operates with many employees having more than 12 years of experience in their fields. Lisa’s team has broken up the closet design process into four steps, the first of which being an in-home design consultation. Each customer is paired with a design consultant to meet in their own home to discuss the use and contents of the space. “Every space is different so we like to measure and take inventory of what the homeowners have, Lisa noted.” From there, a drawing is made with Artisan Custom Closets’ Computer-Aided Design (CAD) system. Customers are then able to review the designs and alter details such as door style and color, hardware and closet accessories. Most customers choose to visit Artisan’s local showroom and manufacturing facility to make their final selections. The showroom also offers displays of garages, offices, pantries, craft rooms and murphy beds to round out the storage experience.

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yet by giving their homes a “wow” factor (a new custom closet), Lisa says, “Custom closets increase the value of a home and adds a nice touch.” About 35 to 40 percent of our business comes from new construction.” Lisa, since moving from Powell, Tennessee, to take advantage of the opportunities Atlanta provides, has found nuances that make building closets in this city different; and more importantly, she has found ways to work with or around these while individualizing her company in the process. “Atlanta architecture often dictates that the closet is built over the garage which creates slopes and angles that can be difficult to work with. Because we are a manufacturer, we are able to design, manufacture and install any size or shape space. Our parts are truly custom, so any project is possible.” Being a manufacturer also positively impacts the timeliness of Artisan’s service. “Since we are not a franchise and we manufacture all of our pieces locally, we can replace parts within the day if there are any issues,” she explains.

Once final selections are made, all materials and parts needed for the job are ordered and, within 3 business days, the customer is contacted to schedule an exact installation date. Most installations can be completed in one day however larger jobs may take additional time. Artisan Custom Closets manufactures each closet in its 29,000 square foot showroom/warehouse in Marietta. Their Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) routers allow each closet or storage space to be cut individually based on the completed CAD designs. This process is extremely efficient and allows for little error. Artisan’s installers are all company employees and have all been thoroughly screened and background checked. Their installation crews have an average of 10 years of experience and are trained to leave your home cleaner than when they arrived! Artisan Custom Closets also provides special services for builders to make their homes stand out from other homes on the market. “We work with builders who don’t have a buyer 12

Every detail about a custom closet is given careful consideration throughout every step. The work is completed, delivered and installed as promptly as possible. And because not every job can be completed perfectly 100 percent of the time, Lisa and her team have put answers and resolutions almost directly into their customers’ hands. “Everyone talks about customer service, but you rarely get it. Not that we don’t make mistakes; but at the end of the day, it’s really about handling something that went wrong in the right way.” Find out more about Artisan Custom Closet’s designs and other services the company provides at artisancustomclosets.com.

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The 5th annual Roswell Wine Festival returns on Sunday, October 1st and is expected to attract a record-breaking crowd to Canton Street in historic Roswell. The festival has become a flagship event for the city drawing people from the entire metro area and beyond. With the festival around the corner, here are 5 reasons why this year’s event will be the biggest and best one yet. 1. More wine and wine enthusiasts than ever before. The 2017 festival will include over 1,600 attendees who will have the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing Sunday afternoon as they sip wine and stroll along Canton Street. Restaurants Osteria Mattone, Table & Main, and Vin25 are returning as platinum restaurant sponsors of the festival. The event will feature over 150 tasty wines from around the world, as well as a few made right here in Georgia. For the first time ever, the festival will host a tasting table with hand-selected favorites from past festivals to commemorate the event’s fifth year. 2. Coming together to give back. Festival co-founders Peggy Robinson and Dwight Cunningham had three tenets in mind when establishing the annual event - host a fantastic event for the city, support the local business community and benefit a local charity. It is an event that brings the community together for a common good and has become a can’t miss fall activity. While the festival is entirely sold out, one set of general admission and VIP tickets will be auctioned off for charity on Ebay in September. Proceeds from this year’s festival will support a special project with local nonprofit Keep Roswell Beautiful. Proceeds from

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prior festivals have benefitted ArtAround Roswell, Friends of the Roswell Parks, the Roswell Fine Arts Alliance, Bert’s Big Adventure, and more. 3. Music and Wine – the perfect pairing. It’s been a banner year for soulful, blues act The Alex Guthrie Band who will headline the event for the first time. Earlier this spring, Guthrie appeared in a viral video commercial for American Family Insurance with singer Jennifer Hudson, as well as performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Fans of Guthrie’s will be able to see him perform his signature act during the festival. The festival will also feature local favorite Monica Spears who has been a long-time favorite at the event, and was the festival’s first musical talent. 4. Local Business Support The wine festival is proud to introduce two new platinum business sponsors this year, Hennessey Jaguar Land Rover North Point and Cruise Planners - Michael Consoli. These local businesses and all the wine festival sponsors are instrumental to the success of the event. In celebration of the 5th festival, all ticketholders will receive a special swag bag with wine goodies sponsored by local businesses. 5. Wine is not the only fun thing on Canton If that’s not enough to love, there other several new editions to this year’s festivities. With such a growing trend toward repurposing, the festival commissioned a local artist, EcoGlass studio to design exclusive jewelry which is made from wine bottles served at last year’s festival. Other new retail items will be available such as limited-edition t-shirts and custom-made wares from local artists. First time participants, Roswell Ghost Tours will be hosting a special tour after the festival. As has been done in the past, ticketholders are encouraged to stay for dinner after the festival and support one of the participating restaurants. To learn more about the festival, visit www.roswellwinefestival. com or like them at https://www.facebook.com/roswellwinefestival.

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GIVE Locally F BY DANIELLE BARTLING IMAGES BY TRISH O’NEILL

For almost half a century, the Child Development Association (CDA) has worked to prepare low-income families’ preschool children for success through early learning programs and care services. Their mission is to “enables the preschool children of low-income working families in our community to make a great start toward a bright future.” With affordability in mind, the CDA’s program has allowed par16

ents of these children to work full-time jobs and maintain stability to support their families. They are located at 89 Grove Way, in the heart of Roswell, in a building shared by nonprofits HomeStretch and Families First. cdakids.org HomeStretch is a foundation helping homeless families with young children to gain stability of housing and finances, within a goal time of 1- 2 years. These families, with both single-parent and married couples, are provided with “case management, life-skills education, mentoring and supportive housing” through two programs. The Supportive Housing Program helps myroswellmagazine.com


these families to regain control of their finances through budgeting and debt payoff, as well as increased self-sufficiency through job stability and income increases. After this, families are eligible for the Affordable Housing Program, providing further low-cost housing options at one of their 39 units in Roswell. homestretch.org The mission of The Drake House is to provide “shortterm crisis housing, education and empowerment programs for homeless single mothers and their children in north metro Atlanta, designed to provide stability for the children and assist the family in working toward self-sufficiency.” Their housing services division provides a home as well as necessities for these women and children for up to 180 days. They have finance workshops and career coaching for mothers as well as tutoring and enrichment programs for children and teens. Family case management and age-appropriate mentoring are also available. thedrakehouse.org STAR House Foundation’s mission is to “enrich our community by promoting academic success and empowering lifelong achievement in at-risk children.” They hold after-school programs to at-risk youth in the area, providing tutors for academic support as well as enrichment activities supporting “character development, life skills enhancement, team-building, creative thinking, arts appreciation, and the importance

of giving back to others.” They currently operate within Mimosa Elementary School, Esther Jackson Elementary School, and Elkins Pointe Middle School, however in September of 2017, they will join Holcomb Bridge Middle. starhousefoundation.org The mission of North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) is “to build self-sufficiency and prevent homelessness and hunger in our community by providing emergency assistance and enrichment programs.” They cater to families in Roswell, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton and Mountain Park. Through their Education Center and other services, they are able to educate and support 4,000 families annually. nfcchelp.org Senior Services North Fulton (SSNF) benefits seniors age 60 and above through programs such as Meals on Wheels, TOPS Transportation Program (to medical appointments), Pantry to You, and Meals On Wheels for Pets. They also operate four senior centers in Roswell, Alpharetta/Crabapple, Milton and Sandy Springs. “Our senior centers are a great place for seniors to gather for socialization, health and wellness classes, art classes. We also provide a hot lunch Monday through Friday. We provided 19,000 hot lunches in 2016,” says Heather Terry of SSNF. Their group of 500 volunteers as well as generous financial donors help them continue to service the elderly in need. ssnorthfulton.org

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In 2010, Haiti experienced a devastating earthquake that killed hundreds of thousands and affected millions. The Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, was among the most damaged cities. One year later, it was still in shambles. “There were thousands of people, especially women and children still living on the streets. Most who had shelter were living in relief tents or cardboard that had been there for over a year,” said Nancy Tolbert Yimaz, a repeat missionary to Haiti. She is also a member of Roswell Rotary, whose team she and her daughter joined on a mission to help. Roswell Rotary was assisted by 410 Bridge, a local relief organization in Alpharetta. The 410 Bridge provided all the logistical plans for the trip, and the group was able to assist a deaf community who were displaced by the devastating quake. With the help of Roswell Rotary and the Lions Club, the team was also able to provide eyesight testing and prescription glasses (as well as non-prescription sunglasses) to hundreds of adults and children in need, “many who had never ever thought they would have their vision improved.” Roswell Rotary later decided to move their international efforts to a project in Guatemala, and Nancy was saddened to not be able to return to Haiti. However, after receiving a phone call from Robert Turnbull, Youth Minister at First Baptist Church of Roswell, a miraculous opportunity arose. Robert expressed strong interest in gathering youth for mission work the next year -- in Haiti.

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“I was excited beyond words to think that our very own church would take up the baton and carry the project that we started in Haiti onto the next level,” added Nancy. “With the support of the Senior Minister Dr. Kevin Head and with Robert Turnbull’s leadership and dedication, one year later we were back in Haiti.” Instead of Port-au-Prince, the group traveled five hours outside of the capital, by Jeep, to a remote village called Cercade. This year in 2017, there was a team of 32 young adults and pastors. Over the past four years, teams like this from First Baptist have planted bean and cornfields, as well as coffee and mango trees. They’ve created their own language workbooks, with which they teach the Haitian youth, translating to English from Creole. They have visited remote homes to talk and pray with their inhabitants; they’ve also continued to perform eye tests and provide glasses to the community. “One lady who we saw is 110 years old, she always comes out to see us. She walks for miles to get to the main part of the village. This year we tested her eyes and sure enough, she was in need of glasses. When we put the glasses on her, it was as if a light had suddenly shined down from above. She could see clearly for the first time. That is God at work, not me, but God,” says Nancy. “The people of Haiti have given us so much love over the years and have taught me the truly important part of life. It’s not ‘things’ but it is family, people, love, understanding, kindness and your faith. You don’t have to travel to Haiti to learn those things.”

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Water slides, magic shows, pizza parties, scavenger hunts, karaoke, kids-only shore excursions, and disco parties; who said parents get to have all the fun on a cruise? Well-trained staff, extensive facilities, and coordinated activities, mean cruising with kids can be smooth sailing for the whole family. Most cruise lines offer private and group babysitting options from around 9am until the wee hours of the morning. They also provide age-specific, organized programs run by trained professionals. Although there are slight variations by cruise line, age categories for organized programs are generally geared to 3-6, 7-9, 10-12, and 13-17 year olds. 100,000 kids were kept entertained last year on Carnival Cruise Lines with 114-foot water slides, video tournaments, talent and puppet shows, ping-pong, and scavenger hunts. Celebrity Cruises features a full children's program during the summer and on holidays. All other times of the year, they offer a reduced program. The Princess kids' program on Princess Cruises offers young cruisers their own deck space complete with the

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whale tail splash pool. Teens get their very own jacuzzi and sunning area. There's also the video arcade, computer games, and other activities such as bingo, name that Disney tune, ring toss, and mini-Olympics. Club HAL on the Holland America Line provides fun and games for cruisers ages 5-17 and serves up movies, puttputt golf, late-night pizza, and disco parties. Royal Caribbean's Adventure Youth program offers its unique brand of Edu-tainment where participants enjoy educational and culture-based activities blended with the daily itineraries, ports of call, games, and team sports. With Norwegian Cruise Lines, your kids can be circus trained and present a show for the proud parents. Other activities range from magic shows and poolside root beer float parties to wacky cooking classes, pajama parties, line dancing, and volleyball. Royal Caribbean International, Princess Cruises, and Holland America Line also offer supervised shore excursions ranging from an afternoon on the beach and gold panning to canoe trips in Alaska. Whether you are cruising with your toddler, tween, or teens, your Cruise Consultant can help you select the perfect family vacation. Best of all, you'll never hear the phrase "I'm bored" while you're away! To learn which family cruise is best for your family, contact Expedia CruiseShipCenters in Roswell at 770-415-1030 or roswell@cruiseshipcenters.com. myroswellmagazine.com


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enAble of Georgia will be holding their 23rd annual Golf and Tennis Tournament on Monday, October 16th at White Columns Country Club. This fundraiser follows the nonprofit’s Summer Wine Auction which occurred in July and the Dare to Dream Gala that took place in March. Founded in 1979 by North Georgia parents, enAble has set out to provide superior care and opportunities for adult children with development disabilities. Often, after graduating from high school, those with developmental disabilities find there are few options for them. enAble’s mission is to break down the wall of limitations these families face to allow them to develop socially and more independently. Adults from ages 22 to 86 (the age of the nonprofit’s oldest member) are housed in 18 different group homes. Each house accommodates four individuals and is equipped with 24 hour support. There is no time limit for enAble’s residents and some members have stayed with the residency program for more than 20 years. “We support them until we can’t,’ April Olsen, enAble’s Development Manager says. Twelve of these group homes are located in Alpharetta, Johns Creek and Roswell; and the other six are located in South Fulton. Group day programs are also held in both

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North and South Fulton where individuals may take part in avocations such as music therapy, tennis, theatre and the production of a news publication. Each group session caters to about 50 people at a time. enAble also provides prevocational services that provide tools to help individuals with developmental disabilities find jobs and instruction on how to maintain employment. In the future, enAble hopes to be able to care for even more adults because Fulton County’s needs exceed the current facilities. To be able to maintain this level of care and expand to accommodate more individuals, enAble holds fundraisers throughout the year including the annual Gala and Wine Auction. “This year’s auction was hosted by Bentley Atlanta. They provided tastings and prizes for guests, ” Olsen says. The upcoming Golf and Tennis Tournament has proven to be a favorite in the past as all participating individuals with devlopment disabilities are able to be heavily involved in the festivities. “We hone in on ability rather than disability.” April says, “We have several people that participate in both tournaments and others that help pass out thank you notes and snacks to everyone.” The organization raised $87,000 at last year’s tournament and has set a goal of $90,000 for this year. enAble takes pride in living up to the motto, “Supporting people with special needs to lead fulfilled lives,” by looking beyond disabilities and empowering group members to realize their potential. Opportunities to help facilitate this cause as well as portals to event information and the donation center can be found at enablega.org.

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SEPTEMBER 16th

ROSWELL HISTORICAL SOCIETY’S ANNUAL

Tour of Homes The Roswell Historical Society's Annual Tour of

Homes offers a rare opportunity to enter some of our community's most historic private homes and public spaces and admire the special architectural details treasured by families for generations, but seldom seen by visitors. This year we are excited to offer a look inside the newly restored Dolvin House, as well as beautiful homes along Sloan Street and the historic Mill Village. In Roswell's 640 acre Historic District, there is an astonishingly preserved and refined city encompassing the beauty, architecture, and history of the South. This beautiful town surrounded by lovely homes and historic assets gives Roswell a character all its own.

THE DOLVIN HOUSE CIRCA 1880

Saturday, September 16th 1:00pm - 5:00pm Tickets: $25 in advance / $30 day of tour roswellhistoricalsociety.org/2017-tour-of-homes

Barrington Hall’s 3rd Annual

Viking Encampment Weekend OCTOBER 7-8

Barrington Hall will host its third annual Viking Encampment Weekend, October 7–8. The encampment is free and open to the public from 10AM until 5PM each day. On October 7 & 8, the Viking living history interpretive group, the Sons of Loki, will demonstrate Viking ritual combat, Viking government recognition of the new leader and swearing oaths. Learn crafts, how Vikings settled disputes, play period games and participate in a foot race! This event is family-friendly and kids may find lots of fun in our Viking Kids Zone. Vikings will be demonstrating Viking weapons and fighting techniques, clothing and crafts. Enjoy a Viking pagan wedding ceremony. Attend and participate in several demonstrations and lectures about Viking culture in the barn activity room of Barrington Hall. 535 Barrington Drive, Roswell GA 30075 For more information, call Bill Browning at 770-640-3855 or email wbrowning@roswellgov.com.


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The WellStar Know Your Heart program is a preventive, self-pay screening program that offers two levels of testing performed at North Fulton Hospital. Patients can get basic or advanced screenings depending on their age, symptoms and risk factors.

During the consultation patients receive risk factor education, diet, weight and exercise recommendations, as well as a personalized report to take home.

“This is a very successful program offered by WellStar Health System and we’re excited to offer it here at North Fulton,” said Hunt Anderson, M.D., medical director of North Fulton’s cardiology program. “Oftentimes we know that big events like heart attacks or strokes could have been prevented if risk factors had been addressed, so it is important to take a proactive approach.” The screening uses a combination of basic labs and a cardiac CT scans to identify heart disease before someone shows any signs or symptoms. The labs look at things like inflammation and cholesterol which can be indicators of heart disease. The cardiac CT calculates a calcium score. This low radiation scan looks at the calcium buildup in the walls of coronary arteries

“Each screening includes a consultation where we give the patient education on how to improve risk factors going forward and if there is any risk that needs to be addressed immediately we arrange everything so the patient can see a cardiologist,” Dr. Anderson said.

Know Your Heart is one of the efforts of the WellStar Cardiac Network to fight cardiac disease and provide people with the support they need to be successful. Unfortunately, heart disease – already the number one killer of men and women in the U.S. – is becoming even more prevalent. The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) recently released new figures showing a decrease in life expectancy for the first time since the early ‘90s. Experts credit this country’s growing problem with heart disease for these staggering statistics. The “Know Your Heart” screening is available to patients 18 years old and older and is especially good for people with high risk factors for heart disease, such as those with diabetes, hypertension and obesity. To determine eligibility and to schedule an appointment call 770-756-STAR (7827).


Roswell Rotary Directly Helping Local Non-Profits for 39 Years

SEPTEMBER 11 COUNTRY CLUB OF ROSWELL ONE OF THE LARGEST ALL VOLUNTEER COMMUNITY FUNDRAISERS IN THE SOUTHEAST

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Rowell Rotary is proud to host the 39th Aubrey Greenway Golf Tournament and 5th Annual Hagan Cup Classic tennis tournament on Monday, September 11th at the

Bottom row – Lisa Carlisle, Pres. of Roswell Rotary, Mindy Jones, Co-Chair of the Tennis Tournament Back row – Michael Agurkis, Co-Chair of the Golf Tournament, Danny Broadway, also Golf Co-chair and Rich Austin, Co-Chair of the Tennis Tournament.

Roswell Country Club, 2500 Club Springs Drive, Roswell GA. In addition to the multiple divisions of golfers and tennis players, the day will also include a dinner, online raffle and a casino night and DJ/dancing, all to benefit local charities. Seeing a need for a community fundraiser, Roswell Rotarians Frank Brown, Judge Maurice Hilliard and former mayor of Roswell Aubrey Greenway began the golf tournament in 1978. In 2013 the Hagan Cup Classic tennis tournament was added to the fundraiser. It is named after Bob Hagan in honor of his service to the community.

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Over 250 golfers are anticipated. Danny Broadway and Michael Agurkis, Golf Committee co-chairs, said “The tournament is one of the largest all volunteer community fundraisers in the Southeast. In 2016 the event netted over $202,000 which goes to the 40 local nonprofits that Roswell Rotary supports as well as internationally. This tournament is our only fundraiser and our club comes together as a team so that our legacy of giving continues. ”

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Fourteen raffle packages are offered which include items such as a South African Safari, lodging in Italy, week long stays in Edisto Island, Hilton Head, Harbour Island and Bear Mountain. The raffle is open through September 11th at 6:00 PM. Dinner, Casino and “Dancing with the Stars” with a DJ is open to the public. $50. Danny Broadway said “We look forward to another successful year.” roswellrotary.club. myroswellmagazine.com


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ROSWELL CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU RECRUITING ROSWELL RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES TO REPRESENT THE BEST OF ROSWELL AND SERVE AS LOCAL AMBASSADORS

AMBASSADORS R Roswell residents, businesses, and community and civic leaders are invited to join the Roswell Tourism Ambassador Program.

This unique program was created in both English and Spanish to assist front-line personnel and social residents who represent the face of the community to visitors, customers and clients. The Tourism Ambassador program fosters a Roswell-wide culture of exceptional service and welcoming citizenry. The program is completed in one day (9PM – 3PM) beginning and ending at the Roswell Visitors Center, 617 Atlanta Street. Speakers give an overview of Roswell’s tourism industry; and then future Ambassadors board a bus to tour some of Roswell’s historic and feature attractions. This program offers exceptional networking opportunities for business owners, executives and local residents seeking to become a part of our great city in a

more meaningful way.

Lunch is provided for $15 per person, and advanced registration is required. Upon completion of the fun and entertaining day, each attendee will receive a certificate of completion, a Roswell Tourism Ambassador lapel pin, invitations to Tourism Partner socials/networking events, and regular newsletters.

What are the benefits? Our Ambassadors gain a better understanding of the Roswell community and why tourism is so important to the economic vitality of our city. They leave equipped with the tools needed to share Roswell’s hospitality with others as they conduct business, enjoy family and friends and volunteer for community organizations, thereby building a greater network of tourism awareness and a more informed community. Contact Dotty Etris, Executive Director Visit Roswell Convention & Visitors Bureau 770-640-3253 or detris@roswellgov.com. Learn More or register at visitroswellga.com. (more on page 9)

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FRENCH at Your Fingertips

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Are you ready to fall into the French Art de Vivre this year? The Alliance Francaise (AF) in Roswell invites you to make this upcoming year a memorable experience. Voyage to France without leaving Atlanta! Now that we have 2 locations (Midtown and Roswell) French is at your fingertips!

New to French? Pas de problème! Jumpstart your French journey in classes tailored to beginners. Reconnect with French? Je dis oui! Whether you are returning to your high school French or working toward fluency, we have the perfect class for you. Maintain your French? Fantastique! If you’re fluent or advanced but want to stay connected to the language, Alliance Francaise has even more options with unique classes (Café Des Arts, Book Club, Histoire de France). Learning French has never been so easy! FIND YOUR LEVEL: complete beginner, intermediate or expert, we have a class for all levels. CHOOSE YOUR PACE: intensive, progressive, leisurely with workshops, we have flexible options. SELECT A LEARNING STYLE: we offer group classes, private classes, corporate classes, tutoring, Saturday Youth (ages 2 to 17) or various workshops. AF-Roswell also hosts social events like Diner en Francais, Movie Night, Teen Club, Wine & Cheese tastings and board games night. Oooh la la! Sign up for our Fall session (10/02/2017), and if you register for classes before September 12, save 10%! www.afatl.com

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“Families are the compass that guides us,” goes the old proverb, and never has it held truer than with Peach & The Porkchop’s owner, Chuck Staley. One of the primary reasons that Chuck and Alyssa opened Peach & The Porkchop two and a half years ago, was to provide a restaurant that would offer a reflection of how they and their family ate at home. A longtime proponent of eating only the freshest locally produced ingredients, this belief only strengthened once they had children. “I look at Peach & The Porkchop as an extension of my home, and we are always looking to teach our kids how to make healthy choices, what to look for in the foods you eat, and to avoid ingredients that you can’t pronounce,” reflects Staley. “My philosophy has always been, the simpler the better and that’s why none of the ingredients we purchase for our guests contain any additives, hormones, preservatives … or anything that’s not good for them,” Staley concludes. The day-to-day operations of running Peach & The Porkchop is truly a family managed business, catering to local families. Not only will you see Chuck just about every day in the kitchen and chatting with guests in the dining room, but most days you will also see his wife Alyssa as well as their two young daugh34

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ters. Several of the most popular recipes on the menu were passed down to Chuck from his mother and grandmother. And chances are, if you are enjoying one of the restaurant’s heavenly desserts, it was Alyssa’s mother, MariAnna Brown, who baked it! Chuck also has a relationship with each of the farmers who supply the produce and culinary products for Peach & The Porkchop. Regularly visiting the farms along with Executive Chef Keegan Hughes, they often hand-select produce that they want to highlight on their menu. This time of year 90% of the produce that guests enjoy at the restaurant, is grown within a 15-20 mile radius of Peach & The Porkchop. Even with offering such an extensive menu, Chuck takes great pride that there are only two things that are frozen at Peach & The Porkchop … ice cream and ice! Chef Keegan was taught to cook by his mother, just a few miles down the road from the restaurant. He learned to recreate all of her Southern specialties and possesses her flair for experimenting with different ingredients and flavors to produce exciting new dishes. In addition to enjoying the local produce on the menu at Peach & The Porkchop, many of the farms they work with also supply products to Roswell’s Sweet Apple Farmer’s Market. peachandtheporkchop.com myroswellmagazine.com


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STREET ADDRESS NEIGHBORHOOD 1450 Jones Rd None 375 Pine Grove Rd None 130 Newcastle Ct Windsor 615 Wynfield Ct Horseshoe Bend 3902 Fort Trl NE Garrison Oaks 1015 Churchill Ln Habersham Downs 120 Bannock Ct Litchfield Hundred 175 Cartier Ct Horseshoe Bend 3030 Devereax Chase Devereaux Downs 920 Ferncroft Ct Brookfield Country 590 Abbeywood Dr Chickering 60 Connemara Rd Connemara 12340 Edenwilde Dr Edenwilde 425 Millbank Pl Willow Springs 1905 River Falls Dr River Falls 210 Lakeshore Dr Mountain Park 2050 Darien Park Dr Darien Park 1080 Roswell Manor Roswell Manor 205 Cliffchase Close Northcliff 5045 Roxburgh Dr Willow Springs 3616 Hampstead Ln Hampstead 840 Enclave Walk The Enclave 530 Steeple Run Steeple Chase 730 Saddlebrook C Saddlebrook Forest 330 Devereaux DownsState Street 430 Saddle Creek Saddle Creek 1042 Merrivale Chase Heatherton 4182 Westchester TraceWestchester 128 Woodstock Rd Historic Roswell 4205 Tiverton Ct Westchester 456 Bellflower Ct Woodfield 560 Bally Claire Ln Wexford 2625 Links End Horseshoe Bend 450 Page Pl Windsor Forest 2730 Long Lake Dr NE East Spring Lake 410 Woodvine Ct Horseshoe Bend 1585 Oakwood Dr North Point 3569 Hawfinch Ct Hedgerow 2890 Ivey Ridge Ln Ivey Ridge 8955 Club River Dr River Terrace 3184 Westfield Way Westfield 1395 Lyndhurst Way Glens of Crabapple 2185 Six Branches W Martins Landing 4192 Loch Highland P Loch Highland 270 Sweetwater Trace Sweetwater Club 2355 Ashton Dr Crabapple Walk 205 Valley Dr Valley Woods 155 Cedar Trace Cedar Creek 710 Creekwood Cr Terramont 148 Hill St Historic Roswell 9815 Coleman Rd Cedar Creek 4710 Surrey Rd Brighton Woods 795 Barrington Way Barrington Farms 350 Hembree Forest Hembree Forest

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1920 Tavern 4 Season Wings Adele’s on Canton Alessio’s Restaurant Amalfi Ristorante American Gra-Frutti Anchors Seafood Anna Lee’s Asian Kitchen Athens Greek Rest Atlanta Bread Co Banjara Indian Barberitos Bella Italia Big Pie In The Sky The Big Ketch Bistro VG Blue Agave Borocco Restaurant Brookwood Grill Carlisle’s Pizza Tavern Ceviche Taqueria Chaplins Chicago’s Restaurant Coldbrews Sports Bar Counter Craft Kitchen & Brew Davinci’s Diesel Pizza & Pub Douceur de France Dreamland Bar-B Que El Jinete Mexican El Porton Mexican El Zarape Etris Kitchen & Bar Fickle Pickle Flying Biscuit Cafe Foundation Social Ety Grand Champion BBQ Greenwoods HOLA! Taqueria & Bar Hooligans Houck’s Grille Hugo’s Oyster Bar Ibiza Tapas & Grill India Chef Restaurant Ippolito’s

948 Canton St 1580 Holcomb Bridge Rd 1169 Canton St 640 W Crossville Rd 292 S Atlanta St 1007 Mansell Rd 900 Mansell Rd 425 Market Place 2300 Holcomb Bridge Rd. 10753 Alpharetta Hwy 640 Crossville Road 10745 Alpharetta Hwy 10779 Alpharetta Hwy 880 Marietta Hwy 1010 Mansell Rd 1105 Canton St. 70 W Crossville Rd 12050 Etris Road 555 S. Atlanta St 880 Holcomb Bridge Rd 1132 Canton St 963 Canton St 555 S Atlanta St 4401 Shallowford Rd 880 Holcomb Bridge Rd 850 Mansell Rd 550 W Crossville Rd 2500 Old Alabama Rd 994 Alpharetta St 1173 Alpharetta St 10730 Alpharetta Hwy 4681 Woodstock Rd 11190 Alpharetta Hwy 880 Atlanta St 12020 Etris Rd 1085 Canton St 10779 Alpharetta Hwy 1570 Holcomb Bridge Rd. 4401 Shallowford Rd 1087 Green St 688 Holcomb Bridge Rd 8440 Holcomb Bridge Rd 10930 Crabapple Rd 10360 Alpharetta St 11235 Alpharetta Hwy 720 Holcomb Bridge Rd 2270 Holcomb Bridge Rd

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Johnny’s Pizza 550 W Crossville Rd Keegan’s Public House 4401 Shallowford Rd Little Alley Steak 955 Canton St LongHorn Steakhouse 900 Mansell Road Lucia’s Italian 4705 Woodstock Rd Lucky’s Burgers/Brew 1144 Alpharetta St Manuel’s Tavern 625 West Crossville Rd Mac McGee’s Irish Pub 936 Canton St Mellow Mushroom 935 Woodstock Rd Melting Pot 1055 Mansell Rd Mill Kitchen & Bar 590 Mimosa Boulevard Moe’s Bar B Que 12020 Etris Road Mom’s Table 1207 Canton St Monterrey Mexican 2300 Holcomb Bridge Rd NOCA 1170 Canton St Nosh Table & Tap 11255 Woodstock Rd 500 Oak Street Cafe 45 Oak St Oli + Ve 1003 Canton St Olive Garden Italian 905 Holcomb Bridge Rd Osteria Mattone 1095 Canton St OTP Tap & Grill 1475 Holcomb Bridge Rd Outback Steakhouse 655 Crossville Rd. Pastis Restaurant 928 Canton St Peach & The Porkchop 12040 Etris Rd Peachtree Diner 915 Holcomb Bridge Rd Pearl Raw Bar 959 Canton Street Pho & Com Asian Grill 915 Woodstock Rd Plum Café 1055 Canton St Provinos Italian 1255 Grimes Bridge Rd Public House 605 Atlanta St Pure Tauqeria 1143 Alpharetta St Rice Thai Cuisine 1104 Canton St Roswell Farmers Mkt 555 Atlanta St S Roswell Tap 1090 Alpharetta St Roux On Canton 946 Canton St Salt Factory 952 Canton St Slope’s BBQ of Roswell 34 E Crossville Rd Spiced Right Ribhouse 635 Atlanta St Spice of Thai 690 Holcomb Bridge Rd Stax Burger Bar 690 Holcomb Bridge Rd Stoney River 10524 Alpharetta Hwy Sugar Shack In Back 1085 Canton St Swallow + Hollow 1072 Green St Table & Main 1028 Canton St. Taco Mac 685 W Crossville Rd Taqueria Tsunami 1570 Holcomb Bridge Rd Tokyo Bay Buffet 925 Holcomb Bridge Rd. Tutto Kitchen and Bar 942 Alpharetta St Vin 25 25 Plum Tree St VUU Asian Bistro 880 Woodstock Rd Zoës Kitchen 1105 Woodstock Rd

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(678) 878-4242 johnnyspizza.com (770) 640-1100 keegansirishpub.net (770) 998-0440 littlealleysteak.com (770) 642-8588 longhornsteakhouse.com (678) 646-1000 lucias.org (770) 518-5695 luckysburgerandbrew.com (770) 643-1330 marlowstavern.com (470) 231-4724 macmcgeeirishpub.com (770) 645-8383 mellowmushroom.com (770) 518-4100 meltingpot.com (770) 817-9345 themillkitchenandbar.com (770) 299-1797 moesoriginalbbq.com (770) 552-7515 momstableonline.com (770) 650-0430 monterreyroswell.com (770) 992-8866 nocaeatery.com (770) 641-8282 noshatl.com (770) 594-1300 oakstcafe.com (770) 587-4244 oliandve.com (770) 642-0395 olivegarden.com (678) 878-3378 osteriamattone.com (678) 585-0067 otproswell.com (770) 998-5630 outback.com (770) 640-3870 pastisroswell.com (770) 696-5409 peachandtheporkchop.com (770) 993-0299 peachtreediner.com (678) 461-6788 zestoncantonstreet.com (770) 992-7266 (770) 518-7586 plumcafe.net (770) 993-5839 provinos.com (770) 640-554 publichouseroswell.com (770) 817-7873 puretaqueria.com/roswell (770) 640-0788 ricethairoswell.com (770) 702-0109 roswellfarmersmarket.com (770) 992-9206 theroswelltap.com (770) 993-0007 rouxoncanton.com (770) 998-4850 saltfactorypub.com (770) 518-7000 slopesbbq.com (678) 352-9633 spicedright.com (678) 878-2277 spiceofthai.com (770) 992-2229 staxburgerbar.com (678) 461-7900 roswell.stoneyriver.com (770) 650-9838 coffeeshoproswellga.com (678) 352-1975 swallowatthehollow.com (678) 869-5178 tableandmain.com (678) 795-0080 tacomac.com (770) 993-1530 taqueriatsunami.com (678) 52-9937 tokyobaybuffet.com (678) 878-2525 tuttokitchenandbar.com (770) 628-0411 vin25.com (770) 650-0288 vuubistro.com (770) 645-1193 zoeskitchen.com

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Each year, the Roswell Arts Festival is held on the third weekend in September at the Historic Town Square in Roswell, Georgia. Festival hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Entertainment featuring local singers and dance companies begins daily at noon. Children’s paintings, sand art, balloon animals and other activities are also available. The festival offers a variety of food trucks on site. Over the years, the Arts Festival has supported more than $1 million in projects throughout Roswell. The Roswell Recreation Association has worked tirelessly to raise money to support the Roswell Recreation, Parks, Historic and Cultural Affairs Department. Among its first projects, the Association built Roswell’s first tennis courts, a little league field, and paid part of the salary for Roswell’s first Recreation and Park Director’s salary. In 1966, the Association began the Roswell Arts Festival, the first arts festival held north of the Chattahoochee River, as a way to promote arts in Roswell and raise funds for recreation and parks in Roswell.

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Festival funds have contributed to the following projects: •Serenity garden at Roswell Area Park (2016) •Adaptive field at Waller Park Extension (2015) •Therapeutic pool at Adult Recreation Center (2014) •Outdoor fitness equipment at Roswell Area Park (2012) •Shade covers at sprayground, various playgrounds (2010) •Easels for visual arts program at Adult Rec Ctr.(2009) •Support activities Friends of Roswell Parks (2008) •Riverside Sprayground (2006-2009) •Leita Thompson Memorial Garden (2002) •Playground equipment at Chattahoochee River Park (2002) •Furnishing and equipment at Adult Recreation Center (2001) •Construction of Adult Recreation Center (2000) •Purchase Trust for Public Land property @ River (1998) •Purchase of property for Grimes Bridge Park (1997) •Purchase of property for athletic field (1997) •Don White Memorial Fund for Hembree Park (1996) •Visual Arts Center Donation (1996) •Start-up donation for Roswell Trail System (1994) •Donation for Visual Arts Center (1992) •Parks Master Plan (1992) •Site Plan for Sloan Street Park (1992) •Carpeting for Physical Activity Center (1992) •Funds for Roswell Physical Activity Center (1987-1988) •Phase I - East Roswell Park, playground, athletic fields (1984) •Renovation of old Mill Dam and Vickery Creek Park (1982) •Purchase of 9.37 additional acres for Roswell Area Park (1978) •Bicentennial renovations of Historic Town Square (1976) •Construction of an athletic field at Roswell Area Park (1976) •Equipping Roswell Area Park Pool (1975) •Purchase of 63 acres for Roswell Area Park (1968-1969) •Funds for 1st Recreation and Parks Master Plan (1968) •Construction of Waller Park (1967)

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MONDAYS Story Time by the River, Mondays, 10:30 AM. Chattahoochee Nature Center, chattnaturecenter.org, 770.992.2055. Garden Tour Mondays at Barrington Hall, 9:30 AM. Free 30 minute Tours every Monday. roswellgov.com. TUESDAYS Date Night on the River, 6 PM. Chattahoochee Nature Center, chattnaturecenter.org, 770.992.2055. THURSDAYS

September - October 2017

SEPTEMBER

Sept 1 Live Music on the Lawn @ Crazy Love Coffeehouse, 7:30 - 9:30 PM. September 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29. 1088 Canton Street. Visit Crazy Love Coffeehouse on Facebook or 770.545.8228. Sept 2 Roswell Farmers & Artisans Market, 8 AM Noon. Event runs Sep. 9, 16, 23 and 30. City Hall Parking Lot, 38 Hill Street. Visit Roswell Farmers & Artisans Market on Facebook. Roswell Riverside Sounds Concert, 7 - 9 PM. Featuring Lera Lynn. Food Trucks begin at 6 PM. Riverside Park, 575 Riverside Road. Visitroswellga.com. Sept 11 Roswell Rotary Annual Golf and Tennis Tournament, roswellrotary.club Sept 14 Once On This Island, Performances on Wed. - Sunday. Event runs through October 1. Visit get.org or call 770.641.1260. Sept 16 Georgia Ensemble Theatre Presents The Jungle Book, 11 AM. Sep. 16, 23 and 30. Roswell Cultural Arts Center, 950 Forrest Street. Visit get.org or call 770.641.1260. Roswell Historical Society Tour of Historic Homes, 1 - 5 PM. Visit roswellhistoricalsociety.org. Sept 16 - 17 51st Annual Roswell Arts Festival in Historic Town Square, 10 AM - 5 PM. Visit roswellartsfestival.com. Sept 21 Alive in Roswell, 5-9 PM. Heart of Roswell Park, 925 Canton Street. Food trucks, family activities and more! Free trolley service. Visit aliveinroswell.com.

3rd Thursdays; Alive in Roswell, 5-9 PM. Historic Canton Street and Historic Roswell Square. Music, Food, Craft Beer and Family Fun. Free Trolley Service. Visit aliveinroswell.com. SATURDAYS Roswell Farmers & Artisans Market, 8 AM - Noon. City Hall Parking Lot. roswellgov.com. SUNDAYS Free Fitness in the Park, 9 - 10 AM. Town Square, 610 Atlanta Street. Event runs Sep. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and October 7, 21 and 28. Visit City of Roswell on Facebook or roswellgov.com.

23 Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day Live!, 10 AM - 4 PM. Southern Trilogy Historic House Museums. Tickets required for this free event. Visit smithsonianmag.com/museumday/museum-day-live-2017/. 30 Atlanta Baroque Orchestra Concert, 4 - 6 PM. St. David’s Episcopal Church, 1015 Old Roswell Rd., Visit stdavidchurch.org.

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Oct 6 Live Music on the Lawn @ Crazy Love Coffeehouse, 7:30 - 9:30 PM. October 6, 13 and 27. 1088 Canton Street. Visit Crazy Love Coffeehouse on Facebook or 770.545.8228. Oct 7 Roswell Farmers & Artisans Market, 8 AM Noon. Event runs Oct. 7, 14, 21 & 28. City Hall Parking Lot, 38 Hill Street. Visit Roswell Farmers & Artisans Market on Facebook.

Roswell 5K and 67th Annual Frances McGahee Youth Day Parade. 67th Annual Frances McGahee Youth Day Parade, 10 - 11 AM. From First Baptist Church on Mimosa Blvd. and ends at Roswell Area Park on Woodstock Rd. Live! In Roswell Series presents An Evening with Edwin McCain, 8 PM. Roswell Cultural Arts Center. Visit roswellgov.com. Oct 14-15 Bizarre Bazaar, Sat. 10AM - 4PM, Sun. 11AM - 3PM. Roswell Fine Arts Alliance, 9100 Fouts Rd. Visit rfaa.org. Oct 19 Alive in Roswell, 5-9 PM. Heart of Roswell Park, 925 Canton Street. Food trucks, family activities and more! Free trolley service. Visit aliveinroswell.com. Oct 22 The Michael O’Neal Singers Present Brahm’s Requiem, 3 - 4:30 PM. Roswell United Methodist Church, 814 Mimosa Blvd. Visit mosingers.com.

Roswell Riverside Sounds Concert featuring Southern Avenue, 7 - 9 PM. Riverside Park. Food Trucks begin at 6 PM. Visitroswellga. com.

Oct 26 Georgia Ensemble Theatre Presents Morningside, Runs through November 12. Visit get.org.

Oct 7-8 Viking Encampment, 10 AM - 5 PM. Barrington Hall. 770.640.3855.

Oct 28 Georgia Ensemble Theatre Presents Miss Nelson is Missing! 11 AM. Visit get.org.

Oct 13 StellaLuna, Presented by StoneLion Puppet Theatre, 10 AM & 4 PM, Sat. Oct. 14 @ 10 AM. Roswell Cultural Arts Center. Visit roswellgov.com or Call 770.594.6232.

Makers in the Afternoon: The Beauty of Hand Blown Glass, 11 AM - 3 PM. Riverside Park, 575 Riverside Road, Visit artaroundroswell.com.

Oct 14 19th Annual Historic Roswell 5K, 9:45 AM, Starts at Roswell United Methodist Church and ends at the Roswell Area Park Football Field. Youth Day Festival, Roswell Area Park. 10 AM. Coincides with 19th Annual Historic

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The Beauty of Hand Blown Glass, 11 AM - 3 PM. Riverside Park, 575 Riverside Road. A Maker in the Afternoon Event. Visit roswellgov.com. Oct 30 Georgia Ensemble Theatre-- Joe Gransden and his 16 Piece Band, 8PM, Roswell Cultural Arts Center, 950 Forrest St. Visit get.org.

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Roswell Magazine Sept/Oct 2017  

Roswell Magazine is a Local Life Publication covering the good people, places and things to do in Roswell, Georgia, zip codes 30075 and 3007...

Roswell Magazine Sept/Oct 2017  

Roswell Magazine is a Local Life Publication covering the good people, places and things to do in Roswell, Georgia, zip codes 30075 and 3007...