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Marietta Greek Festival
Fri 5/19 @ 2pm- 5/21, 2017 @ 11am
Holy Transfiguration Greek Church- 3431 Trickum Road, Marietta, GA
A wide variety of Greek food will be available for purchase, including favorites such as Chicken Oreganato (Greek-style chicken), Souvlaki (pork tenderloin kebabs), Keftedes (Greek-style meatballs), Dolmades (seasoned ground beef & rice wrapped in grapevine leaves), Spanakopita (spinach & feta cheese pie with a flaky filo crust), gyro wrap (seasoned beef or marinated chicken, grilled & served on pita bread, topped with Tzatziki sauce), and numerous other Greek foods as well as a kids menu.
Yaarab Shrine Circus
Fri 5/19 @ 5pm – 5/29, 2017 @ 12pm
Jim R. Miller Park 2245 Callaway Road, Marietta, GA
Yaarab Shrine is known for having the World’s Largest Shrine Circus, this year is Yaarab Shrine’s 75th Annual Shrine Circus. It is a popular annual family event that offers an affordable, safe, and wholesome environment for adults and children of all ages. In addition to the 25 (80-minute) circus performances under The Big Top, there are more than 40 exciting carnival rides and attractions, as well as lots of food such as hot wings, funnel cakes, cotton candy, fried Oreos, snow cones, elephant ears, and more. Please click here for ticket pricing and specials.
Atlanta Civil War Lecture
Saturday May 20, 2017 @1pm – 2pm
Switzer Public Library – 266 Roswell St. NE, Marietta, GA
Atlanta Campaign,” Join us for another fascinating lecture on Georgia Civil War history, Atlanta Campaign. From the opening action at Tunnel Hill to the fall of Atlanta, the armies moving through Georgia maneuvered, fought and left destruction in their wake. Local Civil War historian, Michael K. Shaffer will discuss the various military engagements during this 1864 campaign. Michael K. Shaffer, Civil War historian, author, newspaper columnist, instructor and frequent lecturer remains a member of the Society of Civil War Historians, Historians of…
Paddle With A Ranger
May 21, 2017 @ 10am- 3pm
Chattahoochee River National – 5862 Interstate N Parkway, Sandy Springs, GA
Bring your own canoe or kayak and join the Georgia Botanical Society and National Park Service Naturalist Jerry Hightower for a very leisurely float on the Chattahoochee River. We will float a three-mile section of the river from Powers Island to Paces Mill at US Hwy 41, exploring plants, geology, and wildlife, including an late spring wildflowers. There are three mild Class 1.5 rapids suitable for beginners along this part of the river. The area offers a great diversity of habitats and includes oak-hickory forest, steep north-facing slopes, mesic ravine forest, and floodplain forest. Created by the geologic action of the Brevard Fault, the river, and the effects of weather, this is a rugged and beautiful section of the river. We will stop at Devil’s Stair Step Beach (Diving Rock) for lunch and a short loop walk. Pass is required!
Friday April 14, 2017 – 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Acworth Baptist Church – 4846 S Main St, Acworth, GA 30101
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