Celebrate National Pride Month in Gwinnett

🌈National Pride Month activities are plentiful this month in Gwinnett! We're proud to say that we've got everything from book talks to Bingo. Check out these 2024 events: Fridays N Duluth- Pride: June 14th at 6pm-9pm on Duluth Town Green (3142 Hill Street, Duluth) Phone: (770) 476-3434…

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Ways to Commemorate Memorial Day in Gwinnett

Memorial Day is a time to remember the fallen soldiers who have served in the country’s armed forces. And, Gwinnett has plenty of ways for you to pay your respects to these heroes. Check out seven ways you can commemorate Memorial Day this year. Memorial Day Weekend at Stone Mountain Park FREE…

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Celebrate Easter in Gwinnett

The Easter bunny is on his way! And what better way to celebrate than with Easter egg hunts and pictures with the Easter bunny himself? Here are nine ways you and your family can enjoy Easter this year. 1. Underwater Egg Hunt March 23, 11 am - 1 pm @ Bethesda Park Aquatic Center Hunt for colorful…

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50 FREE (or almost free) things to do in Gwinnett

We all enjoy a good deal or discount, especially when it comes to finding things to entertain the whole family. Gwinnett's got a lot of fun things to do that will only cost you a few bucks or nothing at all! Most of the free activities are noted below. Admission charges apply to some items on the…

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Affordable Gwinnett Wedding Venues

The Knot.Com recently reported that couples in the U.S. spend and average of $30,000 on weddings. We understand not everyone has this type of budget. Gwinnett is home to several gorgeous, affordable venues, so you can save on what is typically a large cost for your big day. 1. Gwinnett Historic…

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All For Sport

Professional teams in Atlanta might get the national attention, but Gwinnett County boasts plenty of opportunities for fans, both rabid and casual. Atlanta Gladiators Hockey teams in the area have a tendency to either “flame” out or “thrash” away after only a few years. Meanwhile, there’s one…

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Live From Gwinnett

Where to catch music icons of today and tomorrow Georgia is home to some of music’s biggest acts, from Gladys Knight to Luke Bryan. That legacy extends to Gwinnett County, which a variety of artists have called home, including singer Diana De Garmoand the rap super-group Migos. Every headliner…

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Experience The Masters Traditions in Gwinnett

It's truly a tradition unlike any other. There are so many things to love about The Masters. Aside from the golf, there's great food, delicious beverages, and quirky traditions. Not able to be at Augusta National this year? No worries. We'll give you a few ways you can make it feel like you're…

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5 Reasons You Can't Miss Japan Fest

Experience the rich culture of Japan right here in Gwinnett. Taking place September 17 - 18 at Gas South District, Japan Fest offers a unique opportunity for attendees to experience the culture of Japan in their own backyard. This year's event will be the 35th anniversary and will feature…

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