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March 411 Community News

The Cotillion of Forsyth March 5, 12, 19 and 26 Back for our fifth year in Forsyth County, The Cotillion of South Forsyth is a five week dancing and manners program. We offer social and business instruction in a fun environment! Curriculum includes traditional and modern dances along with etiquette that young people will use [...]

Chip’s Tips: Color My World

  Choosing colors for your home is an intensely personal experience. By Chip Wde   You hear the voices in your head, ‘don’t paint with bold colors…use only agreeable gray…be neutral for resale!’ Just remember, these might be the same voices that told you the Falcons’ were a lock to win the Superbowl – at [...]

Home Trends

It’s that time of the year when you start looking around the house and you want a little change. We gather beautiful images from Pinterest, magazines and tv shows showing us what’s in and what’s out in home colors and trends. But before you go rushing out to turn your house upside down and inside [...]

Start Planner

Kristy Dickerson’s planners help you balance all facets of today’s modern world. By Kim Williamson   Kristy Dickerson always said she’d never have her own business. The daughter of two entre-preneurs, she saw firsthand the endless work and long hours that came with business owner-ship. Fast forward to 2007 when Kristy left her corporate job [...]

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Forsyth County Women’s Club Monthly Luncheon February 16, 2017 11a.m. Polo Golf & Country Club 6300 Polo Club Drive, Cumming Luncheons are on the third Thursday of each month at 11:00 a.m., cost is $22. Membership is open to all women of Forsyth and surrounding counties. To make your reservation contact Rosie Terbrueggen at 904-607-3414 [...]

Chip’s Tips

Going for the Green   By Chip Wade   We all want to be environmentally friendly. But there are so many recommendations for ‘going green’, it can make your head spin, which can leave you green around the gills. Some options only seem to take the green out of your wallet. The truth of the [...]

Healthy Oils and Vinegars

Olive Oils and Balsamic vinegars not only can improve your health but also to lend to quality time with friends and family enjoying meals together.   By Angela Wildeman, Cultivated Tree Olive Oil Co.   Healthy eating, like most things, is a simple matter of awareness, little choices and wil-ling action! Maybe it starts with [...]

Food for Thought

Looking for a way to give back to their community, two Forsyth families created the Food For Thought Project, Inc. to supply food to Forsyth food pantries. By Kim Williamson In 2015, over 42 million Amer-icans lived in “food insecure households;” homes where residents truly did not know where or when their next meal was. [...]

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Vickery Village Artists Market December 2 and 3, 10am – 8pm both days 5814 N.Vickery Street, Cumming Shop for one-of-a-kind gifts created by talented local artists during this fine arts show at charming Vickery Village. The work of over 30 artists will available for purchase. Items include jewelry, paintings, mixed media, home décor, edibles, greenery [...]

12 Nights

Fun, food and your favorite Christmas movies By Alex Hughes   The holiday season is absolutely filled with traditions of every shape and size, and one of our favorite traditions is definitely the classic movies. I’m sure you’ve got your favorites already laid out and ready to go, so let’s have a little extra fun, [...]