Learn to make pasta in Alpharetta

December 14, 2018 by  

A upcoming cooking class at Sur la Table goes over all the basics and essentials of making pasta at home. The aim of this class is to show people how easy it is, and some of the variations that can easily be conjured up by [Read more]

Alpharetta welcomes holidays with special open house

November 4, 2018 by  

This month offers an opportunity to enjoy shopping and holiday spirit in a unique environment. Queen of Hearts, an antique store in Alpharetta, will be holding a holiday open house.

Queen of Hearts has [Read more]

Alpharetta to switch on the lights next month

October 7, 2018 by  

This fall, locals can start off the holiday season with a tree lighting ceremony for the whole family in the center of Alpharetta. This event features an ‘activity row’, holiday performances, and an [Read more]

Alpharetta to experience the International Night Market

September 16, 2018 by  

This year, Alpharetta will be hosting the third annual International Night Market in North Point Mall.

The event boasts over [Read more]

Alpharetta celebrates its veterans

August 2, 2018 by  

The 66th annual Old Soldiers Day Parade will be held this summer in Alpharetta. This is a longstanding tradition in this city, and involves not only the parade, but also a band and a memorial service. As this has been a tradition for [Read more]

Summer concerts aplenty in Alpharetta

July 8, 2018 by  

Residents of Alpharetta this summer will have a chance to enjoy a free series of concerts.

Although the concerts have [Read more]

Alpharetta preparing to show off its artistic side

June 3, 2018 by  

Visitors to downtown Alpharetta are invited to browse and buy through some unique works of art crated by local artists that will be on display as part of Art in the Park.

The market, which will be [Read more]

Alpharetta workshop to help attendees take control of their financial health

May 1, 2018 by  

Good financial health can go a long way towards giving a person peace of mind and making their life easier, and during an Alpharetta learning opportunity, attendees will discover ways they can improve their skills in this area.

The topics covered in [Read more]

Alpharetta event to help give horses a forever home

April 2, 2018 by  

A special event in support of horses who need a loving place to call home will be held in Alpharetta, and local riders have been invited to come out and enjoy an equine-themed day of fun.

Save the Horses is a registered charity that provides a “forever home” to equines that are old, ill, or have behavioral issues. They will be able to live out their lives at the shelter, as it is a no kill facility.

The Charity Horse Show will give both Western and hunter-style riders a chance to perform, and those at all levels of riding abilities are invited to join in the day, along with their friends and families. It will offer friendly competition, and the proceeds will benefit the 130 horses that are being helped by the organizers of the day. Banners and other decorations for this type of function can be designed and produced by an area printing services provider.

The planners of the day’s activities noted that they are being held in memory of Trudy, who was an abused mare that the group cared for and encouraged to learn to trust people again. Any local vendors or businesses that would like to lend their support to the fundraiser are welcome to do so, and their assistance will be most appreciated.

June 10 has been chosen as the date for this special event, and it will be held at Wills Equestrian Park in Alpharetta. More details can be found on the Save the Horses website.

Alpharetta meal planned in celebration of spring 

March 3, 2018 by  

A variety of fresh spring offerings will soon be ready for harvesting in Alpharetta, and Milton’s Cuisine and Cocktails executive chef will be using these ingredients to craft its annual spring Garden Dinner.

Chef Derek Dollar will be preparing [Read more]

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