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Kennesaw Parks & Rec is hosting a Terrarium making workshop for May’s Art in the Park event. The event will be held at Swift-Cantrell Park at The General Pavilion. Parks & Rec staff will lead participants through the process of creating their own terrariums. Participants will have their choice of succulents and various decorations to incorporate into two small terrariums. All materials will be supplied and no artistic talent or experience is necessary. Light snacks and drinks will be available onsite or participants are welcome to bring their own food. Please remember that glass is not permitted in the park.
To register, visit secure.rec1.com/GA/kennesaw-ga/catalog?filter=c2VhcmNoPTE0NzEzMzg.
In case of rain, we will move the event to the Ben Robertson Community Center (2753 Watts Drive, Kennesaw, GA 30144).
View the agenda for the regularly scheduled Mayor & Council Meeting.
As we reopen City Hall to the public and move towards in-person public meetings, please review the plan below:• If you are not able to attend a meeting in-person and would like to provide public comment on a specific agenda item, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 6:00 PM the night of the regular meeting. Your comments on a specific agenda item will be read aloud or grouped into categories for the record.• The meeting will be broadcast live on Facebook! Join us at www.facebook.com/CityofKennesaw.• Seating in the City Hall Council Chambers is limited, due to social distancing. Overflow seating will be available at the Ben Robertson Community Center. The meeting will be broadcast at the Community Center & those in attendance will have the opportunity to speak to Mayor & Council via video call for public comment.
• Doors will open at 5:30 PM. All guests will be screened & evaluated upon entrance and will have their temperature taken.
- The City encourages attendees to wear Personal Protective Equipment, including a face covering.
- The City of Kennesaw asks that anyone who has symptoms or has been exposed to anyone having symptoms including, but not limited to, having a fever over 100.4°F, cough, or shortness of breath to please stay home and email their public comment to email@example.com.