Inaugural Boss of the Toss: Cornhole & Tailgating Event
Recreational sporting event on Duluth Town Green 

Duluth, GA (October 14, 2014) – It will be a fantastic, bean bag tossing, head twirling fun day on Duluth Town Green. Cornhole enthusiasts, children, parents, and anyone looking to have a great time are invited to the inaugural Boss of the Toss: Corn hole & Tailgating event. 

2014 Christmas Canteen spreads Holiday Cheer,
November 20- December 21
Aurora Theatre Hosts Annual Holiday Revue for All Ages 

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. (Oct. 14, 2014)It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Grab the Eggnog and prepare to sing along to festive tunes as Aurora Theatre invites audiences to experience its original holiday variety show Christmas Canteen 2014, November 20-December 21. As part of the theatre’s Peach State Federal Credit Union Signature Series, this annual holiday musical revue lights up Lawrenceville, serving as Gwinnett County’s longest running theatrical holiday tradition.

Join us Halloween night!

Howl on the Green
Halloween event on Duluth Town Green

Duluth, GA (October 14, 2014) – Nothing gets you in the spirit of Halloween like creepy crawlers, fun costumes and yummy treats. All of which will be at this year’s “Howl on Green” on Duluth Town Green in celebration of the spooky holiday.

Snellville hosts Fall Festival

Snellville welcomes fall with festival

SNELLVILLE – A fall tradition will continue Oct. 25 as the city hosts its Fall Festival. The event will take place from 12 to 7 p.m. on the Towne Green in front of City Hall, 2432 Oak Road.

City/County agreement improves county seat

(Lawrenceville, Ga., Oct. 14, 2014) – County commissioners Tuesday signed off on a three-pronged agreement with the city of Lawrenceville covering Rhodes Jordan Park, the site of old county government offices and a Pike Street parking lot.

Three more subdivisions join streetlight program

(Lawrenceville, Ga., Oct. 14, 2014) – Since 1997, Gwinnett County has required developers to install streetlights in new subdivisions. For older neighborhoods, commissioners agreed last year to use funds from the 2009 SPLOST sales tax to pay for streetlight installation if a majority of homeowners sign a petition and agree to pay annual operating costs. This week, three more subdivisions accepted that offer.

Join us at the Grayson Farmer's Market for the freshest produce

Grayson Farmer's Market open through November
Fresh fall produce and locally made products each week

October 14 - GRAYSON, GA –  While many other local markets have shut down for the end of the summer season, the Grayson Farmers Market planned for an extended season with several local growers to provide produce through November. “In the early summer, several of our vendors asked to extend the market to allow for sales through the fall harvest,” explained Sylvia Still, the Market Manager.