Join Councilman-Elect Jason at City Hall from 6-7 pm on December 7th before the City Council Meeting. No appointment is necessary. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and discuss any issues regarding Alpharetta.
To kick-off the holiday season the Alpharetta Downtown Historic District lights up for the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting. Celebration fills the downtown streets in with musical performances, Santa, snow, food trucks, roasting marshmallows, a farmer’s market and more.
Alpharetta Equestrian Alliance members are invited to meet incoming Councilman, Jason Binder, at an Open House kindly hosted by Atlanta Saddlery. Bring your questions, share your thoughts about the Wills Park Equestrian Center, and get to know the newest City Councilman!
Join Councilman-Elect Jason at City Hall from 6-7 pm on November 9th before the City Council Meeting. No appointment is necessary. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and discuss any issues regarding Alpharetta.
Wire and Wood is a three day event in downtown Alpharetta, Georgia. Nationally recognized singer-songwriters will gather together for concerts on Three (3) Stages to perform their original songs giving music lovers a behind-the-scenes look at the stories that inspired country, rock, blues, Americana and bluegrass songs.
Pack up the blankets, lawn chairs and kids and come on out to Rock Mill Park for a fun family evening! Join us for good old-fashioned stories and sing-alongs led by a seasoned storyteller and entertainer. Hot chocolate, coffee, s’mores and a craft are included in this family friendly event! Space is limited.
DAY/DATE/TIME Saturday / October 10 / 6:30pm-8:30pm
COST/PERSON: $5 Resident; $7.50 Non-Resident
LOCATION: Rock Mill Park, 3100 Kimball Bridge Road
INFO: 678-297-6100 or email@example.com
Join the Alpharetta Chamber of Commerce for Coffee & Commerce breakfast and networking at the Alpharetta Athletic Club. Breakfast and coffee will be provided as we network with other Alpharetta businesses, encourage economic growth and hear from our speaker, Mayor David Belle Isle.
The Recreation and Parks Department is holding a second open house to gather ideas for the future use of the former Alpharetta Library located on Mayfield and Canton. One of the ideas that is being proposed by a group of citizens is to create a community Arts Center.
Alpharetta’s downtown streets will be lined with over 100 scarecrows to celebrate its fall spirit. Join in on the free family entertainment that includes groovy country music, games of crow-cornhole, hay rides to the log cabin, quirky face painting, historical demos, artsy activities, stimulating story-telling, yummy festival food and engaging inflatables.