Celebrate Black History Month in Gwinnett

Black History Month honors the contributions of African Americans to United States history. It was first created as a week-long celebration in 1926, and became a month-long celebration in 1976. It takes place in the month of February to coincide with the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and Abraham…

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Treat Your Date to Something Different

We all expect the typical date. Dinner and a movie. Netflix and chill. Sound familiar? Well, we want to get you out of your date night rut. Gwinnett makes this easy because there are about a million ways you can surprise that special someone in your life with a better date. Make Something Together…

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Ask An Explorer: Anne Chen

No one knows Gwinnett better than our very own Explorers. Through our Ask an Explorer series, you'll learn all the reasons why our staff love Gwinnett. How to describe Director of Convention Sales Anne Chen? Travel and tourism expert? Foodie extroidaaiire? Ray of sunshine? Yes! All those things…

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Open Late in Gwinnett

You've just left a concert at Gas South District or a fantastic show at the Aurora Theatre. You're not ready for the night to end. Where do you go for another drink or a bite to eat? Whether you're thirsty, hungry, or looking to sing your heart out, Gwinnett's got some great late-night spots. Grab…

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Ask An Explorer: Maurice Odoms

No one knows Gwinnett better than our very own Explorers. Through our Ask an Explorer series, you'll learn all the reasons why our staff love Gwinnett. Sr. Sales Manager Maurice Odoms handles all things related to weddings and reunions in Gwinnett, so he is full of knowledge about the fun things…

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Where to Shop for Stocking Stuffers

The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, in hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there. Gifts are great, but opening my stocking on Christmas morning has always been one of my favorite things. *Santa* has always left the cutest trinkets and candies, like chocolate oranges, handmade…

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Guide to Gwinnett: Tree Lightings

It's the holiday season. We want to make sure you know where to kick it off with this version of Guide to Gwinnett: Tree Lightings. First, we'll start with this—we are in no way trying to skip over Thanksgiving. After all, giving thanks and eating food are two of our very favorite things. So…

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Guide to Gwinnett: Halloween Events

"I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers." - L.M. Montgomery We've been ready for Halloween...since last Halloween. Trick-or-Treating on October 31st is great, but there are several other events that allow you to get ghostly and celebrate the scariest day of the year. Calling…

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Guide to Gwinnett: Fall Festivals

It's almost fall, y'all. We'll tell you how to celebrate in this edition of Guide to Gwinnett: Fall Festivals. Fall starts soon, and while we know you've all been ordering pumpkin spiced lattes already anyway, it's actually here now. One of our favorite things about this time of year is the…

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Gwinnett's Most Pup-friendly Patios

Dogs really are man's best friend. What makes patio season even better? Being able to celebrate with your pup. Gwinnett's got oodles of restaurants, breweries and coffee shops where Fido can join you in enjoying the cool, sunny weather. Three Blind Mice, Lilburn 1910 Public House, Lilburn Lazy…

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