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Christmas Tree Recycling until 1-7-12

The Allatoona Lake Project will be accepting Christmas trees for recycling from 8 AM until 6 PM, until January 7, 2012. Please bring your tree to: Galt’s Ferry Day Use Area Sweetwater Campground Victoria Day Use Area Thanks.  

Great Lake Allatoona Cleanup This Saturday


If you would like to participate in the Great Lake Allatoona Cleanup this Saturday please contact Erin Chavda (see contact information below). Your assigned area for cleanup will be Harbor Town Marina.  Check in will begin at 9am and the cleanup will last until 12 noon. After the clean up there will be a picnic […]

Downtown Cartersville Summer Beach Party

Downtown Cartersville Summer Beach Party

Where: Friendship Plaza, Downtown Cartersville, Georgia When: 10 am-8 pm, July 18, 2009 Twenty five merchants will participate. Shoppers can play Flamingo Bingo and win prizes by visiting designated merchants. Have your photo made with Summer Beach Santa and make your Christmas wishes known early. Children will also enjoy the Game Hut and Hula Competition. […]

Movie Night at Cauble Park on Lake Allatoona

Lake Allatoona Movies

The Acworth Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting a family movie night in the park on Saturday, August 23.  The movie “Surf’s Up” will be shown on a giant inflatable screen at Cauble Park. The movie will begin at dusk. This is a free event for the public. Parking will be available downtown at […]

2008 Love the Lake Festival

Love the Lake Festival

The Acworth Business Association and the City of Acworth are holding an Arts and Crafts Festival called “Love the Lake”. It will be on Labor Day Weekend, Saturday, August 30, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.. The festival will have arts and crafts, food,entertainment, and a kids zones with inflatables. General Festival Information What: Arts and […]

2008 Great Lake Allatoona Cleanup

The 23rd Annual Great Lake Allatoona Cleanup will take place on September 13, 2008. The cleanup was started in 1986 and was the first of its kind in Georgia. Last year it drew over 3800 volunteers who picked up over 33 tons of trash. You can help by volunteering as an individual or contacting the […]