Archive for the ‘Kennesaw News’ Category

A Public Information Open House will be held by the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority on Tuesday, April 25, 5 – 7 pm at Pitner Elementary School, 4575 Wade Green Road to provide information … Continue reading

The following actions were taken by the City Council at the April 17 meeting:   ORDINANCE to approve a request to amend a stipulation of original rezoning ordinance 2001-06 under … Continue reading

The Kennesaw Farmers Market and Dinner at the Depot will open this year on Monday, May 1 in Depot Park downtown. The market will operate every Monday from 3:30 – … Continue reading

Smith-Gilbert Gardens will hold its Spring Plant Sale on Saturday, April 29, 9 am – noon. Find the perfect plant for your own landscape and garden! Featured plants include plants … Continue reading

Keep Kennesaw Beautiful will host its spring community recycling event on Saturday, April 29 from 9 am – 1 pm at the Kennesaw Public Works facility on 3080 Moon Station … Continue reading

On Saturday, April 29, the Kennesaw Police Department will host a prescription drug “Take-Back” initiative that seeks to prevent increased pill abuse and theft.  This is a great opportunity for … Continue reading

For the fifth consecutive year, Kennesaw Parks & Recreation is offering an instructor-led series of free outdoor workouts at Swift-Cantrell Park designed to encourage physical activity and healthy lifestyles. Workouts … Continue reading

The City of Kennesaw’s free Outdoor Movie Series at Swift-Cantrell Park kicks off on Saturday, May 6 with Finding Dory (rated PG). The movie will be projected onto a giant inflatable screen … Continue reading

The Kennesaw Downtown Development Authority is hosting a Beer and Wine Festival in Kennesaw’s Depot Park on Saturday, May 6, 1-5 pm. The event will spotlight Kennesaw’s local breweries and … Continue reading

The Kennesaw Cemetery Preservation Commission is hosting a clean-up and beautification day called “Decoration Day” for Kennesaw’s historic cemetery on Saturday, May 6, 10 am – 2 pm. “Each year, … Continue reading