We welcome March, and all the signs of the promise of spring that are starting to pop up throughout the city.
While we watch the flowers begin to grow as the seasons change, we’re reminded how our community grows and works together. We believe in teamwork, and we believe TEAM stands for “together everyone achieves more.”
From our city team to our volunteer boards, from our local businesses to our community churches, Acworth is teamwork. Our culture of teamwork has been built on trust, encouragement and caring … that’s why our teamwork has unified our community, and created a great quality of life.
Our city team works every day to make life better for our citizens and businesses. Every member of our team is committed to delivering the best quality of life and services. Our police department keeps us safe; we are ranked in the top 10 safest cities in Georgia. We have competitive power rates and great power services. We have great sanitation services, award-winning parks and recreation opportunities, and our community development team is committed to making our businesses successful.
We are proud of the teamwork between the city and the Acworth Business Association. We are blessed to have churches and pastors that love and pray for our community. We are thankful for our volunteers, who serve on our boards and authorities to build our quality of life. We have the reputation of being the most loving and caring city, because of all the wonderful people who call Acworth home. We are so grateful and humbled by the community teamwork from everyone.
Before we know it, it will be time for the return of the Acworth Art Fest. This year, the festival will take place 10 a.m.-6 p.m. April 2 and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. April 3 in historic downtown Acworth. This annual event has become a tradition on Main Street, and the city team is looking forward to a wonderful weekend, where visitors can shop at countless artisan vendors selling their handmade works. For more information, visit www.acworthartfest.com.
After a weekend of shopping for artisan-made treasures, families can look forward to April 8, as the city partners with our friends at Freedom Church to hold the Acworth Egg Hunt. The annual event returns to the Acworth Sports Complex on Main Street, with timed hunts for the kids, as well as inflatables, crafts and more! For more information, and egg hunt times, visit www.acworthegghunt.com.
As always, for more information on any city services and events, visit www.acworth.org, sign up for our e-news blasts on our home page, “like” Visit Acworth on Facebook, or follow us on Instagram at @VisitAcworth.
God bless, Tommy
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