Deadline for Spark Prize Submission Extended To March 30, 2018
It's your lucky day! SPARK Prize™ in Gwinnett submission deadlines have been extended! The new deadline is March 30, 2018. Any size agency is welcome to enter a submission to compete in the SPARK competition. You only have a few days left as SPARK Prize™ in Gwinnett awards up... Read more
Best of Gwinnett Winner: Salude Art of Recovery
#LoveGwinnett Our Love Gwinnett values are simple. Be Positive. Buy Local. Help Others. Click here to learn more about this initiative. Read more
Rockn Ribville Festival: My Favorite Gwinnett Festival
Gwinnett Magazine interns share what makes their personal Best of Gwinnett list from Madina Eshova, GSMST. Growing up in Gwinnett, my parents took me to various festivals and celebrations to get a taste of what the flavor of Gwinnett was. Of course, I assumed it was metaphorical. Little did... Read more
Miss & Mr. Suwanee Relay For Life Fundraising Pageant
The Miss & Mr. Suwanee Jeans & T-Shirt Pageant has been raising money, in a casual and fun way, on behalf of North Gwinnett High Schools Relay For Life Team, since 2010. In our 8th pageant year in 2018, MSP has raised over $80,000+ with the proceeds going to... Read more
Hike With Your Hound
Gwinnett County Parks & Recreation and the City of Lilburn are teaming up to present "Hike with your Hound"! Walkers can start their hike at either the Camp Creek Greenway parking lot near Lilburn City Park or at Lions Club Park and travel along Camp Creek Greenway Trail. Event... Read more
You're Invited: Hudgens pARTy
Join us for the pARTy of the season and opening reception of our blockbuster exhibition, The Art of Elizabeth Catlett: Selections from the Collection of Samella Lewis, comprised of 38 works by Elizabeth Catlett, her husband, Francisco Mora, and artist-historian, Samella Lewis, Ph.D. The installation celebrates seven decades of... Read more
Trek or Treat
Summer may be (finally) over, but the City of Suwanee's event calendar is heating up! Perhaps the most beloved event of the year with the younger segment of our population is Trek or Treat. All the little princesses, monsters, super heroes, and witches will have the opportunity to do... Read more
6 Tips to Prepare Your Lawn for Winter
As days get shorter and temperatures drop, many homeowners overlook their lawns' needs. Unfortunately, winter can be brutal and make it hard for lawns, trees and shrubs to thrive the following spring.As days get shorter and temperatures drop, many homeowners overlook their lawns' needs. Unfortunately, winter can be brutal... Read more
7 Tips for Energy Awareness Month
October isn't just about pumpkin spice lattes and Halloween celebrations; it's also Energy Awareness Month. Find out how you can reduce your household's energy consumption this fall while preparing for the seasons ahead. Reducing Home Energy Use The average U.S. household consumes tens of thousands of kilowatt hours of... Read more
Celebrate the Season of Giving
Giving is the true spirit of the holiday season. However, in addition to gift-giving in the traditional sense, there are other meaningful ways to make a difference in your community and give back to those in need - including the 3.5 million people who experience homelessness each year, according... Read more