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It often seems as though the residents of a town know less than visitors about local attractions, locations, and treasures. We invite visitors to come see places that most locals never take the time to enjoy. I know, caught up in daily life… easy to fix. On a day or night you plan to stay home or go to your favorite fast food drive thru, choose to venture out into the community and visit a local business.
If you haven’t been in a while check these out:
Start with Kennesaw State University:
Kennesaw State University, Features Athletics and Entertainments
Have you seen a sporting event lately, or a show, watched live music. Here it is in your backyard. Join the fun… join the family and likely some friends. Take advantage of this opportunity to celebrate your community and higher education.
The Museum has a Facebook page. If you follow the page your will get notifications of upcoming events and new so you can plan to attend exciting history filled events and exhibits.
Visit Smith-Gilbert Gardens, in Kennesaw, GA
to relax, walk, talk and spend some quality time. The Gardens offer space to sit quietly or with friends and groups. Visit Smith-Gilbert Gardens for calendar, admission, events and volunteer information.
Now this one is a national treasure. The Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield National Park just celebrated is 150th Anniversary since the historic battle took place here. The Park offers continuing opportunities focused on school children and their teachers, but you’ll find that you can learn about history even after the school books close.
R&R Container Services promotes our local communities and support local businesses.
R & R Container Service is a locally owned and operated Dumpster Rental Company providing services dumpster and hauling for Kennesaw, GA and surrounding areas.
Monday, December 15, 2014, Marietta honors the anniversary of a historic jewel of our community:
Gone With The Wind (the original)
Seventy five years ago, this beloved jewel of Georgia, Gone With the Wind, premiered at the Loew’s Grand Theatre in Atlanta Georgia. In attendance were the Stars and Starlets of this Hollywood Film. Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, and Hattie McDaniel. As seen in the clips below, Hollywood’s all stars were giving a warm southern welcome.
Watch this original news footage.
In this clip you can see the pride in preparation provided by Atlanta to welcome visitors for the premier.
Gone With The Wind is a classic, Pulitzer Prize winning novel written in 1936 by Georgia native Margaret Mitchell. The novel sold one million copies in its first six months and has been translated into over 40 languages.
Mitchell, a first time novelist, sold the screen production rights before the book was published for a whopping $50,000. The film went on to yield 13 Oscar nominations, 10 wins, presenting the first African American to win an Academy Award. Not to mention the now decades of re-screens and memorabilia.
The City of Marietta, GA, will honor this American Classic on Monday, December 15, 2014 at 6:30 (actual showtime 7:00) at the Marietta Performing Arts Center on the Marietta High School campus. Please visit the Marietta Performing Arts website for details and tickets. Seats are limited.
Thanksgiving in Marietta, GA is a time for family, food, friends and thanks.
Thanksgiving is a time to come together, to welcome family and friends.
Take time to come together around Glover Park to enjoy our town and visit our local stores and restaurants. Click on the photo above to see the Google Map of our town. If you maximize the map image it will show businesses and restaurants in town. Remember to support our local businesses.
Many city offices will be closed for Thanksgiving and “Black Friday.” So there will be lots of your neighbors and community members out and about to visit and catch up with. Don’t let this Thanksgiving pass with out taking a chance to be thankful for our community.
Just a note about the trash business:
Trash pick up for the week of Thanksgiving:
Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014, and Friday, Nov. 28, 2014
Regular services for Monday and Thursday will be on Monday only before the holiday
Regular services for Tuesday and Friday will be on Tuesday only before the holiday
All Roll Cart customers will be serviced on Tuesday
Yard waste services will be on Wednesday.
Let’s Talk About How Rental Containers Can Help You With Your Recycling
For starters they are a great way to deal with that stockpile of plastic bottles & cereal boxes you’ve been hoarding in the garage. I know I have one too. One easy call & one neatly contained pile of recyclables later & you can park your car in the garage again. Here is a ripple effect from that brilliant move.
You will also be on the good list with your significant other.
Who has probably been dropping hints for a few months (years??) now. About doing something about the recyclables. Bonus. Happy wife happy life, right?
The next thing they can be used for is group parties & picnics. Of course you can put your trash in them. We all know that, but if you’re environmentally saavy, which most of us are becoming these days, you can also deposit recyclables in one & trash in the other. Ripple effect number two. And this is golden.
When the get together is over there is no clean up to do!
Because nobody likes to do party clean up. Nobody.
Eco-Friendly Disposal Done For You.
The guys at R&R Containers deposit the recyclables where they need to go, & dispose of the rest of the debris in a way that is good to our environment.
Tree & Leaf & Organic Waste Disposal is Easy Peasy Too.
When you’re all done with that fun fall clean up, you can toss the bags into one of these guys & call it a day. The container company just comes & picks it when you’re ready. Like that. Problem solved. CSI here I come.