What’s on the Calendar through Nov 12

Our community is celebrating our vets in the coming week along with many other things.  Take time out to thank a veteran or active military serving for taking care of us.patriotspoint2

MON NOV 7 – MARIETTA BUSINESS ASSOCIATION LUNCHEON 11:00 – 1:00 Radisson Hotel, Marietta.  Guest Speaker Donna C Rowe, US Army Nurse Corps 1964-1969. To make a reservation visit www.mariettabusiness.biz

TUE NOV 8 – ELECTION DAY – Get Out and Vote! It is your civic duty! Visit www.cobbelections.org to find your voting precinct if you live in Cobb.

TUE NOV 8 – KENNESAW BUSINESS ASSOCIATION LUNCHEON 11:00 – 1:00 KSU Community Center. Come meet the Braves manager: Brian Snitker.  To make a reservation visit www.kennesawbusiness.org.

WED NOV 9 – BLOOD DRIVE – McEachern Memorial United Methodist Church, 4075 Macland Road, Powder Springs, is hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive from 3:00-7:00 p.m. in Oaks Hall. To schedule an appointment, www.redcrossblood.org, enter sponsor code mmumc, or call 1-800-Red-Cross. For more information, contact Nancy Folds at (770) 943-3008, x5002 or nfolds@mceachernumc.org.

WED NOV 9 – GARDEN CLUB MEETING – Come and socialize and listen to this month’s program on “Let the Holiday Season Begin! Ideas for holiday decor”. This meeting is also our annual bake sale so come prepared to purchase delicious edibles. The Marietta Council of Garden Clubs meeting will be held at the Marietta Educational Garden Center, 505 Kennesaw Ave, Marietta, GA, 30060, 770-427-3494.

FRI NOV 11 – VETERANS DAY PARADE – The City of Marietta and the Kiwanis Club of Marietta’s will host the 12th Annual Veterans Day Parade at 11am on the Marietta Square. Grand Marshall for the 2016 Veterans Day Parade is Captain Ed Gallrein, United States Navy SEAL (retired).

FRI NOV 11 VETERANS DAY LUNCHEON sponsored by the City of Kennesaw and American Legion Post 304.  Lunch is complimentary to all veterans and active military personnel.  The event will be held from noon – 2 pm at the Ben Robertson Community Center, 2753 Watts Drive, Kennesaw.

FRI NOV 11 VETERANS DAY CEREMONY sponsored by the City of Acworth.  Join us on Friday, November 11 at 2:00 p.m. at Patriots Point at Cauble Park, home of the Veterans Memorial to honor our nation’s veterans.  This year’s keynote speaker is State Representative Ed Setzler, Mr. Setzler served on active duty for nine years as an officer in the US Army.

FRI NOV 11 MARTINIS AND MUSIC – Marietta Cobb Museum of Art 5:30-8:30 pm. Entertainment by Boozer McClure & Friends. Light Hors D’oeuvres & Cash Bar Free to members; $10 for non-members Contact Sally Macaulay at smacaulaymcma@bellsouth.net for more information!

SAT NOV 12 – WOMAN’S HEART LUNCHEON – Kennesaw First Baptist Church Women’s Ministry presents the 15th annual “Woman’s Heart Luncheon” at 1:00 pm.  Yvonne Conte, a Christian comedienne, will be the guest speaker.  You can check her out at www.yvonneconte.com.  Tickets are $10 and include admission and meal.  For tickets or more information contact Debbie Rivera at 770-427-3109 or drivera@kfbc.org.

SAT NOV 12 – HOLIDAY BAZAAR – Friends in Faith Holiday Bazaar will be held from 9:00-3:00 at Kennesaw United Methodist Church in our Christian Activity Center. Start your holiday shopping here! If you are an individual or direct sales vendor who would like to participate, we are still accepting applications. Please contact Lynnewatts@comcast.net for an application.

SAT NOV 12 – ELECTRONICS & PAINT RECYCLING – Hosted by Harrison High School Bands in the upper parking lot of Harrison High School from 9am-5pm. There is a $10.00 requested donation per car load. 100% of the donation goes to the HHS Bands program. There is a $20.00 processing fee for 1 TV/monitor and $15.00 each for 2 or more. A portion of this amount goes to HHS Bands as well. We are now offering large item pick-ups for an additional donation fee. Contact us at harrisonrecycling@gmail.com to get details or schedule a pick-up.

SAT NOV 12 – CHEROKEE HEIGHTS ARTS FESTIVAL – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Etowah Drive between Freyer and Seminole Drives in Marietta. There is no admission charge and all parking is free. Enjoy a wide variety of local arts and crafts, entertainment and children’s art-play booths.

SAT NOV 12 – INDOOR ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR – 10am-4pm; Cartersville Civic Center 435 W. Main St.  Over 70 vendors with handcrafted items. Food and drink available for purchase.  Get a head start on your holiday shopping & have some lunch.  Free admission and parking. Sponsored by Friends of Bartow County Library.

SAT NOV 12 – MARIETTA TREE KEEPERS – Join us as we plant trees in the Marietta City Cemetery at 8:30am. The parking/sign-in address is: Brown Park, 358 West Atlanta St., Marietta, 30064, look for the green signage. In case of bad weather please call 770-424-4664 for weather updates and rain date.

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Taste of Acworth – October 15 10-6

tasteacworthSuperior Plumbing LogoThe Superior Plumbing Taste of Acworth will take place in the Historic District on Main Street, Saturday, October 15th from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.  Acworth Business Association and the City of Acworth sponsor this coveted event every year that benefits numerous local schools and charities in our community.  Approximately 20,000 visitors tasted their way through this collection of delicacies last year and it is expected to evolve tremendously this year.

jdbbqThe festivities will showcase 150 booths from local restaurants and businesses that demonstrate what they do best.  There will be a local entertainment stage, complete with a dog show which begins at 3:30 pm,, children’s activities, lots of food, and more!

Don’t miss the Taste of Acworth, Carrabbas Culinary Competition where teams of three or four students, representing North Paulding High School, North Cobb High School and Kell High School will be competing for cash prizes.  Judging will take place at 12:40pm and all prize money will be awarded immediately following. There is a total of $2000 in prize money.

williamsonbrosRestaurants include Henry’s Louisiana Grill (Yeah baby!), Dogwood Terrace, Fusco’s, Copelands, Roy’s Royal Dogs, Pita Mediterranean Street Food, Huey Luey’s, Williamson Brothers BBQ, Rico’s Mex Mex Grill, Taste of Jamaica,
Texas Roadhouse and many more.

Admission is FREE!  An array of diverse restaurants will be offering food samples from $1:00 to $4.00 to satisfy every palate.  Parking will be available throughout town, at McCall Primary School, Acworth Methodist Church, and Acworth First Baptist Church.  Come hungry, bring the kids, bring the pooch, and join in the fun!

Come listen to our students from our local dance studios and surrounding schools as they entertain us with dance and music plus the Shreeps and Ollie Duo on the Depot Stage.

greatgigOn the Main Stage in front of the post office: 11:30 A.M.-12:00 P.M. – Great Gig Dance; 12:00 P.M.-12:45 P.M.-Impact Dance; 12:45 P.M-1:30 P.M.-Great Gig Dance 1:30 P.M-2:15 P.M.-Barber MS Chorus – 2:15 P.M.-3:00 P.M. -Durham Orchestra; 3:00 P.M.-3:45 P.M.-NCHS Orchestra; 3:45 P.M.-4:30 P.M. Allatoona Fiddlers (ps – catch a clip of Allatoona Fiddlers on twitter at:https://twitter.com/toonaprincipal.  Scroll down)

At the Depot Stage: 10:00 A.M.-12:30 P.M.- Shreeps; 12:30 P.M.-3:00 P.M.- Ollie Duo    3:00 P.M. – 3:30 P.M.- Awards Presentation
3:30 P.M.-4:30 P.M. – Dog Show

And always fun children’s activities with Fun Fare’s inflatables in the Kids Zone:  The Quad (bungee jump) is always popular with the kids.carsonbunjee

 

Cashier and Cooks Needed! -New Restaurant in Kennesaw

freddysFreddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers is coming to Kennesaw and they need help!

Freddy’s Kennesaw, GA! New Store Opening! Cashier and Cooks!
Contact Number 404-740-9070

Founded in 2002, Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers has quickly become a national, fast-casual restaurant franchise best known for genuine hospitality and a menu of cooked-to-order steakburgers, crispy shoestring fries and dessert treats prepared with freshly-churned frozen custard. Enjoying great food without a long wait doesn’t mean the meal has to be cooked before you order it. From steakburgers to sundaes, Freddy’s makes food fresh because that’s the kind of quality its guests deserve.  The Kennesaw location is at 1360 Ernest Barrett Parkway, Kennesaw in Kennesaw Market Place

JRI Management currently manages over 38 Freddy’s Frozen Custard franchises located across the country. This fast growing franchise has most recently been named as one of 2013’s “10 Best Franchise Deals” and Business Insider’s “8 Better Burger Chains Poised to Conquer America”. JRI is continuing to open stores across the country and working on opening new markets in Texas, Arizona, Atlanta, Tulsa, Louisiana, Kansas, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland & Virginia.

Job Description:

Freddy’s Frozen Custard has two different areas for Team Members to work in, each providing an important service to our guest.

The Hot Line Team Members work to ensure the proper preparation, assembly and delivery of food items.

Our Cold Line Team Members are responsible for greeting guests, taking orders and the construction of custard items, while maintaining cleanliness of the dining room and performing to the Freddy’s level of hospitality.

Requirements

·         Must be punctual and dependable
·         Works well with others and are able to function as a part of a team
·         Follows directions and is attentive
·         Takes initiative and shows pride in their performance
·         Ensures proper handling of food and products
·         Follows all proper washing, sanitation and safety procedures
·         Thoroughly and expediently set-up hot line for operation
·         Properly assemble and fire-up equipment
·         Preparation/stocking of all product
·         Welcome guests with enthusiasm, correctly take their order
·         Efficiently facilitates Drive-Thru business
·         Build all custard items
·         Follow proper washing, sanitation, and safety procedures
·         Knowledgeable of all ingredients and storing procedures
·         Dis-assembly and cleaning of equipment, dishes, utensils, and kitchen stations
·         Checks on guests, seeks feedback and keeps dining room clean
·         Always treats guests with the highest level of respect
·         Always communicates with guests in an energetic, friendly and cheerful manner

Qualifications


Physical Requirements: (including but not limited to)
·         Ability to stand and walk 10 hours/day
·         Ability to continuously reach, bend, lift, carry and stoop
·         Ability to move or handle items weighing 0-75lbs
·         Hazards include, but not limited to cuts, slipping, tripping, falls and burns

Family Fun Events – Oct 6-10

chalktoberfestSAT-SUN OCT 8-9 CHALKTOBERFEST – on the Square in Marietta.  Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art  presents its annual Chalktoberfest that takes place around the Marietta Square and down Atlanta Street to the museum. This year, the Chalktoberfest theme is “Old Masters” and will feature over 80 contracted, professional chalk artists from around the US, Mexico and Canada. Artists will draw in front of spectators during both dates from 10a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission to MCMA is free for the duration of the festival.
On Saturday, Oct. 8th, Chalktoberfest includes their annual Craft Beer Festival in conjunction with the Chalk Festival.  This Craft Beer Festival allows visitors to walk around and enjoy the Chalk Art while drinking samples. Chalktoberfest will feature an after hours concert in the Park with live music by A1A the Jimmy Buffet Tribute Band starting at 6:00pm.  Check the Chalktoberfest Website for the purchase of concert tables.
On Sunday, Oct. 9th, Chalktoberfest will bring in their Creative Kids craft-making section 1:00pm – 5:00pm, geared toward children of all ages – and host their non-professional Chalk Competition with Youth, Teen, School, and Adult Divisions.  Competition starts at 10:00am.  Winners announced at 3:00pm.  The Professional Chalk area will be available to view until 8:00pm Sunday night.

THU-SUN OCT 6-16 – “HAMLET” – at Theatre in the Square, Marietta. The show, directed by Emil Thomas, is set in a contemporary world.‘I am excited to be bringing a contemporary version of Hamlet to Marietta,’ says Thomas. ‘I think it will put a new twist on the play and really entertain’. Tickets are available at www.theatreinthesquare.net The theater is located at 11 Whitlock Ave NW, Marietta, GA 30064. Phone: (770) 422-8369.

FRI OCT 7 – MARIETTA SQUARE ART WALK – Enjoy the fall season with colorful works of art at the square. This is a self guided tour from 5-9pm. Visit the art galleries, museums, boutiques and restaurants!

FRI-SAT OCT 7-8 – ALLATOONA BOOK FESTIVAL – Award-winning author Janisse Ray will keynote the Allatoona Book Festival at the Roberts Community Center in Acworth which will include speakers, panels and workshops featuring area authors specializing in a variety of genres. Saturday includes a full day of workshops, panels and speakers starting at 8:30 a.m. with breakfast hosted by Acworth Tourism. The event is sponsored by the Acworth Cultural Arts Center. It is free and open to the public.

img_2924FRI-SUN OCT 7-9 – “ON THE RADIO” PERFORMANCE – Presented by CCEPA (Pebblebrook’s ComPA). Jennie T. Anderson Theatre. Show times: Fri. and Sat. at 7:30pm, Sun. at 3:30pm. Join us for a high-energy, non-stop hour of fun recalling the great hits of the past featuring the 24 talented singers, dancers, and actors of CCCEPA’s premier musical theatre troupe, ComPAny 2017. In addition to a whole section of jazz standards, this year’s show features many of your favorite pop songs from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Tickets are $10.00 and available online at http://cccepa.tix.com only and cannot be purchased by calling the Anderson Theatre box office.

SAT OCT 8 – TIM CRUNK MEMORIAL 5K – The event starts at 8AM with a 1 Mile Fun Run for Kids beginning at 9AM. Registration begins at 7AM.  The course is spread out around Cedarcrest Church and includes running through neighborhoods bordering Lake Allatoona. Parking at Cedarcrest Church, 4600 Cobb Parkway, Acworth. Register online at www.cdedarcrestchurch.com/tim-crunk. Funds raised are used to provide schools and educators with the training, supplies, and support they need to create a successful environment for hundreds of students around Haiti.

SAT OCT 8 – SHREDDING DAY – City of Marietta and Keep Marietta Beautiful invite you to participate in their Shred Documents Saturday.  The event will be from 9:00 am till Noon at 591 N. Marietta Pkwy, just east of Fairground on the N. Loop.  For more information contact KMB at 770-794-5606.

SAT OCT 8 – MARIETTA TREE KEEPERS DAY – Calling for volunteers of all ages to come out and assist as we maintain Hill Park. Hill Park is a pretty little pocket park that was transformed from a once vacant lot just a few blocks off the northeast corner of Historic Marietta Square. Please arrive by 8:30am. For more info, please call 770-424-4664.

SAT OCT 8 – NCHS ORCHESTRA YARD SALE – 8:00 am-2:00 pm – North Cobb HS Cafeteria. Come out and support the North Cobb Orchestra. All proceeds from this event will help offset the cost of the Chamber Orchestra’s invitation to the Music for All Orchestra America Festival in Indianapolis, in March

SAT-SUN OCT 8-9 CHALKTOBERFEST – on the Square in Marietta.  Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art  presents its annual Chalktoberfest that takes place around the Marietta Square and down Atlanta Street to the museum. This year, the Chalktoberfest theme is “Old Masters” and will feature over 80 contracted, professional chalk artists from around the US, Mexico and Canada. Artists will draw in front of spectators during both dates from 10a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission to MCMA is free for the duration of the festival.
On Saturday, Oct. 8th, Chalktoberfest includes their annual Craft Beer Festival in conjunction with the Chalk Festival.  This Craft Beer Festival allows visitors to walk around and enjoy the Chalk Art while drinking samples. Chalktoberfest will feature an after hours concert in the Park with live music by A1A the Jimmy Buffet Tribute Band starting at 6:00pm.  Check the Chalktoberfest Website for the purchase of concert tables.
On Sunday, Oct. 9th, Chalktoberfest will bring in their Creative Kids craft-making section 1:00pm – 5:00pm, geared toward children of all ages – and host their non-professional Chalk Competition with Youth, Teen, School, and Adult Divisions.  Competition starts at 10:00am.  Winners announced at 3:00pm.  The Professional Chalk area will be available to view until 8:00pm Sunday night.

SAT-SUN OCT 8-9 – GEORGIA BALLET’S “PETER PAN” – The Georgia Ballet brings it season opener “Peter Pan” to the J. Alton Keith Theatre, 2400 New MacLand Road in Powder Springs. To purchase tickets visit www.georgiaballet.org or call 770-528-0881.

High Holy Days, Marietta

starofdavidCongregation Kehillat HaShem
640 Stone House Lane NW
Marietta, GA 30064

Invites you to join in the celebration of the High Holy Days

High Holy Day services are led by Rabbi Jeffery Feinstein and follow the Reform Machzor, “Gates of Repentance”.   Worshippers are encouraged to bring their own books.  A limited number are available at services.

Services are open to all at no charge, however, seating is limited.  Please contact CKH at 770 218-8094 to reserve your seat.**

Schedule of Services

10/02/2016  Erev Rosh Hashanah – 7:30 pm
10/03/2016  Rosh Hashanah Day – 10:00 am
10/11/2016   Kol Nidre (Erev Yom Kippur) – 7:00 pm
10/12/2016  Yom Kippur Morning – 10:00 am
10/12/2016  Yom Kippur Afternoon – 3:00 pm
10/12/2016  Yizkor – 4:30 pm  (approximate)
10/12/2016  Neilah and Havdalah – 5:00 pm  (approximate)

For additional information contact Rabbi Feinstein at
770 218-8094, or visit him on the web at www.rabbiatlanta.com

**Donations are appreciated to help to continue to provide services
(checks can be made payable to Rabbi Jeffery Feinstein)

JOB FAIR SATURDAY, SEPT 17 ~ KENNESAW

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NOTS Logistics is hiring!

Come meet our Employment Team during our Job Fair at the Holiday Inn Express, 2485 George Busbee PKWY, Kennesaw this Saturday, September 17, 2016, in the Oak Conference room from 8:30 to 2:30!

NOTS Logistics specializes in customized supply chain solutions for the mobility of business products.

Family fun Events in Cobb County – Sept 2-12

Waiting for Fall?  In the meantime – take a look for the family fun events going on in Cobb County Kennesaw/Acworth and Marietta.  Most are free!

artteen1FRI SEPT 2 – MARIETTA SQUARE ART WALK – 5:00-9:00 pm.  Free self-guided walking tour.  Come and enjoy live music, original local photography, painting, sculpture and more.  For more information visit www.ArtWalkMarietta.com.

SAT-MON SEPT 3-5 – ART IN THE PARK – 10am-5pm each day, Welcoming nearly 175 artists from throughout the country as well as some talented local folks. With fine arts and crafts available for purchase, Art in the Park offers visitors a fun opportunity to meet and talk with the artists and even see some of the works in progress. Admission is free and so is covered parking! More information is available at www.artparkmarietta.com!

THU SEPT 8 – DETOX YOUR LIFE SEMINAR – 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm at the West Cobb Senior Center, 4915 Dallas Hwy, Powder Springs. This is a Free Seminar, however Registration is required. Presented by Dr. Eriece Harris of Maximized Living. To learn more about Dr. Eriece Harris visit www.maximizedlivingdrroberto.com. Call 770-528-8200 to make a reservation.

flagFRI-SUN SEPT 9-11 – FIELD OF FLAGS – Friday, September 9 8:00 – 10:30 – Freedom Concert at the Square in Marietta featuring the Time Bandits with Special Guests. Saturday, September 10 9:30 a.m. – Gathering for Flag Procession. Saturday, September 10 10:00 a.m. – Flag Processional from Grace Community Church to Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. Sunday, September 11 8:00 – Memorial Service at the mountain.

Taste_of_Smyrna7SAT SEPT 10 – TASTE OF KENNESAW – 11am-8pm in downtown Kennesaw. Free admission with over 40 restaurants samples from $1-$4, California Dreaming Beer Garden, entertainment ending with a concert by the Mustangs at 6pm, Kid’s Zone. Carrabba’s Culinary Throw Down competition. Visit www.KennesawBusiness.org or call 770-423-1330 for more info.

SAT SEPT 10 – KMHS BAND MATTRESS SALE FUNDRAISER – Kennesaw Mountain Band is hosting their first ever mattress fundraising sale! Come see the great selection of new, brand name mattresses and score 30-50% off retail prices. All sizes available! Delivery is available too. 10am-5pm at Kennesaw Mountain High School Cafeteria at 1898 Kennesaw Due West Rd.

SAT – SUN SEPT 10-11 – 5TH ANNUAL “PLEIN AIR PAINT OUT” – Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art will host the 5th Annual “Plein Air Paint Out.” From local homes and gardens to the dynamic architecture of downtown, Historic Marietta has many picturesque scenes perfect for plein air (outdoor) painting. Spend two days painting, then participate in a juried exhibition and art sale at the Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art. For more information, please visit the “Artist Opportunties” page at mariettacobbartmuseum.org.

SAT SEPT 10 – SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT – The Dave Krache Foundation is bringing back its popular softball tournament this Fall at Al Bishop Softball Complex.  Registration is open and team captains can visit www.davekrache.com to register their team. Proceeds go to support The Dave Krache Foundation’s mission: Helping local kids in need play the sports they love.

SAT SEPT 10 – BBQ FUNDRAISER FOR YOUTH MUSEUM – Annual Barbecue in the Woods and Silent Auction from, 5pm-8pm at 649 Cheatham Hill Drive, Marietta, GA 30064.  Come enjoy live music while dining on delicious BBQ  provided by Sam Huff’s BBQ-1 (served until 7pm).  Tickets are $50/adult and $15/child (6-12).   Please call the museum at 770-427-2563 for tickets.

SAT SEPT 10 – HUMMINGBIRD BANDING EVENT – From 8-11am at Smith-Gilbert Gardens, hosted by the “Hummingbird Whisperer” Julia Elliott. The banding is a rain or shine event. Due to very limited parking on-site, shuttles will be running from Adams Park (Ben Robertson Community Center). Visit smithgilbertgardens.com or call 770-919-0248 for complete details. Smith-Gilbert Gardens is located at 2382 Pine Mountain Road in Kennesaw.

SUN SEPT 11 – PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH’S SCOTTISH HERITAGE CELEBRATION – First Presbyterian Church Marietta will celebrate with the Kirkin of the Tartan at the worship service. This annual service begins in the Great Hall at 11:15 a.m. and features the North Atlanta Pipe and Drum Corps. First Presbyterian Church Marietta is located at 189 Church St, Marietta, GA 30060. Visit their website at www.fpcmarietta.org.

Gala Playbill1SUN SEPT 11 – CHARITY GALA AND AUCTION – The Davis Direction Foundation, Inc will host their annual gala beginning at 6pm at the Marietta Performing Arts Center at Marietta High School. Proceeds will support “THE ZONE” – Cobb’s first recovery community organization. Tickets are $25 and may be purchased online at www.davisdirection.com, at  THE ZONE at 32 North Fairground St. Marietta, 30060 or at the door on the night of the GALA.

MON SEPT 12 – AMERICAN LEGION GOLF TOURNAMENT – Members of Post 304, invite our local golfers to join them in their Golf Tournament at Woodland Hill Golf Course. Shotgun start at 9:00 am. Check in and free range balls available at 8:00 a.m. All proceeds to benefit Veterans in Need of Assistance Fund. $100 per person or $400 per four person team. Includes golf, cart, range balls and bag lunch. Please contact Jim Blake at JLB012045@bellsouth.net or call him at 770-314-7940.

This Weekend in Cobb – Aug 18-21

Summer is over and activities abound from Networking to Auctions to Martinis and Music – below is a little sampling that is going on in Cobb County Aug 18-21.Image 6-22-16 at 5.58 PMTHU AUG 18 – MARIETTA BUSINESS ASSOCIATION NETEXPO – 4-7 PM at White Water on Cobb Parkway. The business expo is an open event, available to all local Marietta and Cobb County businesses. All businesses that are interested in attending or being an exhibitor, please visit www.mariettabusiness.biz to register and for more details of this event.  The fee for exhibiting: for Marietta Business Association members the fee is $100, for non-members the fee is $150.00.  The business community, not exhibiting, is invited to attend (FREE) and meet and mingle with other local businesses.

THU AUG 18 – BOOK SALE – Civil War Round Table of Cobb County Inaugural Book Sale: 6:00 p.m. at the Gone With the Wind Museum in downtown Marietta. Help support the Civil War Round Table of Cobb County while stocking-up your library! Bonus: free admission and tours of the Gone With the Wind Museum! No reservations necessary. For additional information, e-mail brannan53ga@gmail.com.

FRI AUG 19 – “SENIORS GOT GROOVE” DAY TRIP – Seniors will visit the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville! After exploring the Museum guests will have the chance to go out and explore downtown Cartersville on their own. This trip does include walking. We will depart from Logan Farm Park at 9:00 a.m. and return at 3:30 p.m. The cost for a City resident is $10 and the cost for a non-City resident is $15. Register online at  www.acworthparksandrec.org or in person at 4762 Logan Rd. Acworth, GA 30101.

martinis&musicFRI AUG 19 – MARTINIS & MUSIC – 5:30-8:30pm at Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art, 30 Atlanta Street, Marietta. This fun art event features Horsd’oeurves and a Cash Bar while you enjoy the Metro Montage XVI Annual Juried Exhibition of Artists sponsored by MCMA. Call 770-528-1444 or visit www.mariettacobbartmuseum.org.

PHILSAT AUG 20 – TAI CHI SEMINAR – Phil Robinson, Tai Chi master, invites you to attend his seminar at Lake Point Sports Community Building, 755 Georgia Hwy 293, Emerson, 30137 from 10-1.  There is a $20 registration fee. Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art that has evolved into a low impact form of exercise.  It is characterized by its harmonious, slow, deliberate movements. To register email Bre Johnson at bre.johnson@lakepointsports.com.  For more information call Phil Robinson at 678-789-3547 or email him at phil@robinsontaichi.com.

SAT AUG 20 – 5TH ANNUAL ALOHA LIVE AND SILENT AUCTION – Benefitting Aloha to Aging, Inc. beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Mansour Center (995 Roswell St. NE, Marietta, GA 30060). Tickets for the fundraiser are $40 in advance or $45 at the door and include heavy hors d’oeuvres, desserts and entertainment from the Parrot Island Band. A cash bar will also be available. Purchase tickets online at www.alohatoaging.org or by calling 770-722-7641. For those who are unable to attend, but would like to support the organization, donations can be made online or mailed to Aloha to Aging, Inc., 4608 Lower Roswell Rd., Marietta, GA 30068.

SAT AUG 20 – COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR – Hosted by Allen Temple AME Church, includes free health screenings: vision, cholesterol, blood glucose, blood press and more. 9am-2pm at the church 232 Arnold Mill Road, Woodstock. Public invited. Visit www.allentempleame.org for more info.

Pokemon Art on the Square: August 5 and More.

FRI. AUG 5 Marietta Square Art Walk continues August 5th with a new adventure.  Art Walk visitors can “catch ‘em all” (Pokémon ART, that is) throughout the The Marietta Square. Artists will hide small Pokémon themed works throughout town for visitors to find and take home! We’ll post clues about their location on our Facebook page throughout the evening. Finders, Keepers!!! We’ll also drop Pokémon Go lures throughout the Art Walk tour area beginning at 6pm.  Find them on FB at https://www.facebook.com/events/294064860950346.

FRI AUG 5 – MOVIES AT THE STRAND – THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY @8:00 pm.  117 North Park Square, Marietta, GA.  Tickets are $8 for adults, $7 for seniors.

runnerSAT AUG 6 – RUN FOR WOUNDED HEROES – This race is part of the Kennesaw Grand Prix 5k races. Downtown Kennesaw.  The race for adults and children benefits the Disabled American Veterans, United Military Care, KSU”s veterans scholarship fund, and help sponsor the City of Kennesaw’s Veterans Day luncheon. Same-day registration and packet pickup at Kennesaw First Baptist Church opens at 6:30 am; a one-mile fun run for children starts at 7:30 am with the 5K race beginning at 8 am. Registration is open now at active.com or at Big Peach Running Co.

SAT AUG 6 – BOATING SAFETY CLASSES – The Acworth Parks and Recreation Department is proud to partner with the US Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 22 to offer Boating Safety Classes at Roberts School Community Center from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  This is a NASBLA certified boating safety course.  This is an entry level class aimed at the inland boater. This is a classroom only course and does not include on the water instruction.  The fee for this course is $20.  For more information on this course or to register, please email flotilla22pe@gmail.com.

SUN AUG 7 – MOUNTAIN VIEW CHURCH invites you to STAYING EMOTIONALLY FIT.  New message starts at 10:45 a.m.  Mountain View Church is located at 520 Casteel Rd. Marietta, GA 30064, Call 770-422-9335 or visit www.mountainviewmarietta.com for more information.

MON AUG 8, MARIETTA BUSINESS ASSOCIATION featuring “Common Sense Leadership” with guest speaker Jack H. Llewellyn, Ph.D. The luncheon will be held at Noon at the Radisson Atlanta NW Hotel, 1775 Parkway Place SE, Marietta, GA,30067. Join us from 10:30-11:30am for Connections, Coffee and Conversations in the Lobby area. For more details and to register, please visit www.mariettabusiness.biz
 


2011KBALOGOTUE AUG 9 – KENNESAW BUSINESS ASSOCIATION LUNCHEON – featuring this month’s speaker, Bernard King, Public Program Coordinator for the Cobb County Emergency Management Agency. 11:30am-1:30pm, KSU Continuing Ed Center, 3333 Busbee Drive. Sponsor: North Cobb Lions Club, Caterer: Carrabba’s. Visit www.kennesawbusiness.org to reserve your spot.

THU AUG 11 – FREE SOLAR SEMINAR AND SAFETY VILLAGE TOUR – Cobb EMC members are invited to attend this seminar to learn how solar energy systems work. Space is limited. Registration is required. Safety village tour 4:30-5:45pm, Seminar 6-8pm. Cobb County Safety Village, 1220 Al Bishop Drive Marietta. Register at www.cobbemc.com/solarseminar

SAT AUG 13 – KENNESAW’S “PROGRAM PALOOZA” – Kennesaw Parks & Recreation’s ‘Program Palooza’ at the Ben Robertson Community Center 10 am – 1 pm. Admission is free. Attendees will have an opportunity to meet program instructors, observe and participate in a variety of demonstrations, and learn all about dozens of new and exciting recreation activities that will be offered this fall. For more information, visit kennesaw-ga.gov/parks-and-recreation or call 770-422-9714.

20131012-065759.jpgSAT AUG 13 – HARRISON HS BAND RECYCLE DAY – The Harrison Bands will be holding an Electronics and Paint Recycle Day from 9:00am-5:00pm in the Upper Parking Lot of Harrison High School.There is a $10.00 requested donation per car load. 100% of the donation goes to the HHS Bands program. There is a $20.00 processing fee for 1 TV/monitor and $15.00 each for 2 or more. A portion of this amount goes to HHS Bands as well. For more info, email harrisonrecycling@gmail.com.

SAT AUG 13 – MOVIES AT THE STRAND – THE WIZARD OF OZ @3:00 pm and 8:00 pm.  117 North Park Square, Marietta, GA.  Tickets are $8 for adults, $7 for seniors.

THUR AUG 18 MARIETTA BUSINESS ASSOCIATION NETEXPO 4-7 PM at White Water on Cobb Parkway. The business expo is an open event, available to all local Marietta and Cobb County businesses. All businesses that are interested in attending or being an exhibitor, please visit www.mariettabusiness.biz to register and for more details of this event.  The fee for exhibiting: for Marietta Business Association members the fee is $100, for non-members the fee is $150.00.  The business community, not exhibiting, is invited to attend (FREE) and meet and mingle with other local businesses.

THU AUG 18 – BOOK SALE – Civil War Round Table of Cobb County Inaugural Book Sale: 6:00 p.m. at the Gone With the Wind Museum in downtown Marietta. Help support the Civil War Round Table of Cobb County while stocking-up your library! Bonus: free admission and tours of the Gone With the Wind Museum! No reservations necessary. For additional information, e-mail brannan53ga@gmail.com.

artteen1FRI AUG 19 – MARTINIS & MUSIC – 5:30-8:30pm at Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art, 30 Atlanta Street, Marietta. This fun art event features Horsd’oeurves and a Cash Bar while you enjoy the Metro Montage XVI Annual Juried Exhibition of Artists sponsored by MCMA. Call 770-528-1444 or visit www.mariettacobbartmuseum.org.

Celebrate the 4th on Marietta Square

fireworks2Grab your American flag, put on your red, white and blue, and celebrate America’s independence July 4, from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. with an Independence Day parade and celebration on the Square presented by Superior Plumbing, free live concerts, arts and crafts show, food, carnival games and the City of Marietta fireworks finale. Throughout the day, more than 80,000 people are expected to celebrate on the Square with great food, fun activities, the best arts and crafts around and free entertainment from Zach Seabaugh, a hometown boy who was a finalist on the hit television show The Voice. His popularity continues to flourish as he begins performing to growing audiences on bigger stages. Opening for Seabaugh is Presley Sullivan, a featured artist on 94.9 The Bull’s Backyard Country. Concerts are presented by 94.9 The Bull.

Parade
The Marietta Independence Day parade is scheduled to include more than 115 entries with more than 40 floats and approximately 2,000 participants. Entries include marching units from the City of Marietta, civic organizations, beauty queens, scouts and local businesses. The parade begins at 10 a.m. at Roswell Street Baptist Church and travels west on Roswell Street, north on East Park Square past Glover Park and the Square, down Cherokee Street and ends at North Marietta Parkway.

Crafts, food and carnival
Visit the Arts and crafts show with nearly 100 unique handcrafted vendors: 10 a.m.-9 p.m.  Enjoy lunch or dinner, or just snacking at the Food concessions: Anything to please the palate from ice products to cool you down to corndogs and BBQ to satisfy your appetite. 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
Great place to bring the kids! Kid’s Zone – huge interactive kids play area: 10 a.m.-dark; tickets for games available at booths located throughout the park

  • Entertainment schedule on the Stage in Glover Park
    12 noon – Scott Thompson
    2:00 – Bell ringing ceremony
    2:15 – Float Award Ceremony
    2:30 – 3:30 Atlanta Concert Band
    7- 8:00 – Presley Sullivan
    8-9:30 – 94.9 The Bull presents Zach Seabaugh
    9:30ish – Fireworks

Superior Plumbing LogoThe City of Marietta Fireworks
The City of Marietta fireworks display is scheduled to begin at 9:30 p.m. and will be shot from the First United Methodist Church parking lot. If bad weather is expected, the fireworks may begin a few minutes early, to ensure the entire display is completed. If you want to watch the fireworks, make sure you get there early to grab a spot because traffic is expected to be heavy.

Concert Tables: Concert tables are available for purchase in 8-tops and 6-tops for $100 and $80 respectively. Tables can be claimed beginning at 5:30 p.m. on the fourth and you can purchase one by calling 770.423.1330., or email Peter Jezerinac at pjezerinac@jrmmanagement.com.

For more information contact the City of Marietta Parks, Recreation and Facilities at (770) 794-5601 or Peter Jezerinac at 770-423-1330; pjezerinac@jrmmanagement.com or www.mariettaga.gov.  Sponsored by Superior Plumbing.  #ThinkMariettaSquare