EAA Chapter 690 to Hold Eagle Flight Rally

Have you ever dreamed about learning to fly, but did not know what was involved or how much it might cost.  Saturday, April 4th is the day to get those questions answered and have an opportunity to take the controls of a light airplane. 

Commissioners unveil historic site marker

Lawrenceville, Ga., – Commissioners on Tuesday unveiled a new marker at the historic Chesser-Williams House located on the campus of the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center in Buford.

Gwinnett renews as a waterfirst community

Lawrenceville, Ga. – Gwinnett’s water conservation efforts have led to a renewal of the county’s designation as a WaterFirst community. Gwinnett was the first agency in the state to join the voluntary partnership with the Georgia Department of Community Affairs in 2003.

Local Artists Sketch Duluth
“Sketchers capture Duluth one sketch at a time”

Duluth, GA – Local area artists capture Duluth through their eyes in a rapidly executed freehand drawing known as sketching. “Duluth Sketchers” is a grassroots group of artists whose mission is to capture what’s unique and beautiful about the City of Duluth such as its landscaping, architecture, people or anything that catches their attention. 

Dunkin Donuts Ribbon Cutting

Duluth, GA – Excitement filled the area as Dunkin Donuts held their officials ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday, March 7th. Mayor Nancy Harris conducted the ribbon cutting ceremony along with store owner Stephen Attard who said Duluth was an ideal location for his store.  

Kimberly's Journey

Kimberly is a wife, mother, sister, daughter,  friend, health advocate  & survivor. She experienced three surgeries since February 2009: heart valve replacement & two pace maker surgeries. 

Brookwood sophomore wins Snellville Days T-shirt Design Contest

SNELLVILLE – A Brookwood High School sophomore’s design was chosen to be emblazoned on this year’s 42nd Annual Snellville Days T-shirt after her art was picked over more than 20 other entries in a recent contest. 

Grayson Arts & History Center 
To Host Classes For Artists of All Ages

GRAYSON – The Grayson Arts & History Center has lined up classes for artists of all levels and ages beginning on March 16th. Classes will include introductory and intermediate acrylics and drawing, as well as an opportunity to put together a home décor project in an hour.

A Night of Music, Art and Wine
Benefiting Haitian Homes for Haitian Children

Thursday, April 23, 2015
Block 178 ~ Lawrenceville, GA ~ 6:30pm to 9:00pm

Join us for live music by local artists, authentic Haitian art, and a wine tasting lead by a professional sommelier. We will also have a silent auction with a variety of items from local businesses and snacks provides by La Difference Café, an authentic Haitian restaurant.