Annual End of Summer Celebration at Centennial High School
Sunday, September 1, 2019, Begins at 5:30 PM
9310 Scott Road, Roswell, GA 30076
Bid a fond farewell to summer and usher in the new school year with a bang when the City of Roswell hosts its 18th Annual End of Summer Celebration on Sunday, September 1, 2019 at Centennial High School, at the baseball field. This family-friendly event will feature music, carnival games, giant inflatables, face painting, balloon animals, cotton candy, ice cream, food, the annual twist (dancing) contest for kids, and fireworks. Centennial High School is a drug-, alcohol- and tobacco-free school.
Admission is free. Food, balloon animals, carnival games, cotton candy, ice-cream, and inflatables are available for purchase. Proceeds from the carnival support Centennial High School student clubs.
This fun event is sponsored by Carl Black, Smile Doctors, Steel City Pops, Wal-Mart, Sam's Club, and Fulton County Schools.
- Carnival games with prizes, giant inflatables, face painting, and fun tattoos!
- Spectacular Fireworks Begin at Dark*
Thanks to the support of our wonderful community, we have filled approximately 111 meal slots for Roswell's first responders. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you. ❤️ To sign up to provide a meal to these brave individuals who work to keep us safe, please click the link below.
Please take note of the closures included in Roswell Mayor Lori Henry's Executive Order. In conjunction with and in enforcement of Governor Brian Kemp’s Executive Order, which mandates a statewide shelter in place order beginning on Friday, April 3, Roswell Mayor Lori Henry has issued a new Executive Order. Mayor Henry’s new order extends through April 13, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. Consistent with and in support of the Governor’s order to restrict large groups from gathering, the Mayor’s order mandates the closure of Old Mill Park, Barrington Hall grounds, Bulloch Hall grounds, and Heart of Roswell Park to the public. Mayor Henry felt it was necessary to order these closures since large groups of people were gathering at these parks and historic museum home grounds.
- Apr 3