Maybe you’ve been living here all your life, or maybe you just found a place to permanently plant your roots. Either way, you know that the faster you get here, the quicker you’ll realize that you never want to leave. You’ll find that when fall is in full swing, there’s plenty to do, discover and love. And, because this season is only around for a few short months, we’ve done the work and mapped out exactly what you need to know about each city to get the full County effect.
Suwanee’s Town Center Park is home to Gwinnett’s largest interactive water fountain, a 1000-seat terraced amphitheater and the gathering place for over 40,000 people for the city’s annual “celebration of community.”
The city of Berkeley Lake is designated as an Urban Wildlife Sanctuary by the Humane Society of the U.S.
Hump day is about to become your favorite day. Join the city of Norcross every Wednesday at Lillian Webb Park for food trucks and fun!
On Sept. 12 and Oct. 10, pull up a blanket and join the city of Auburn for a free Movie at Whistlestop.
Peachtree Corners officially opened Slingshot Entertainment – “the largest indoor entertainment facility in Georgia.”
The famous Lawrenceville gastropub, Local Republic, announced plans to relocate in 2016 to a larger building that will feature a craft liquor bar, open kitchen, second floor private dining and a balcony with views of the historic Gwinnett Courthouse.
Braselton just got a little sweeter with the addition of Sweet Delights Bakery in downtown Braselton.
The Stone Mountain Farmers Market partnered with Wholesome Wave and Project Generation Gap to create My Market Club as an incentive club for first-time customers.
Break out your sweaters for Loganville’s Autumn Heritage Festival on Oct. 17 at the Town Green.
Snellville celebrates the completion of its Livable Centers Initiative that added aesthetic improvements to the city’s Town Center.
The Grayson Blues and Brews Craft Beer Festival – held this year on Oct. 24 – was voted as a Best of Gwinnett festival for 2014.