Annual End of Summer Celebration at Centennial High School
Sunday, September 2, 2018, 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 2, 2018 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 the City of Roswell, Carl Black, Aurora Cineplex and The Fringe, Wal-Mart, Sam's Club, and Fulton County Schools.
- Carnival games with prizes, giant inflatables, face painting, and fun tattoos!
- Purchase tickets at ticket tent. $1 for one ticket, or $10 for 12 tickets or purchase a $20 wristband for unlimited inflatables, carnival games, and tattoo/face paint (excludes balloons and food items).
- Inflatables and carnival games range from one to three tickets each.
- Cash, check, or credit card accepted. No Refunds.
- Spectacular Fireworks Begin at Dark*
- 5:30 PM: 120 East Band
- 8:20 PM: Twist Contest for Kids
City Offices will be closed Monday, Feb. 18 in observance of Presidents' Day.
***Voices of Roswell*** EPISODE 4: “Importance of Zion Church” with Kelvin Thompson ------------- Upon moving to North Fulton in 1996, Kelvin Thompson was introduced to Zion Missionary Baptist Church, which he discovered was a gateway to learning more about the community's people and rich history. *** ABOUT VOICES OF ROSWELL AND STORYCORPS The City of Roswell is thrilled to launch our new audio storytelling project “Voices of Roswell” this month, during the Roswell Roots Black History Month Celebration. Inspired by the national @StoryCorps programming, “Voices of Roswell” will share first-person stories from treasured members of our community. We hope the unique journeys of their past will enhance, inform, and inspire our City’s present and future. StoryCorps is a nonprofit that has worked closely with National Public Radio (NPR) to “preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world.” Learn more about StoryCorps at www.storycorps.org. DO YOU WANT TO SHARE YOUR STORY? The City of Roswell hopes to continue to share unique stories from the Roswell community throughout the year through its ongoing “Voices of Roswell” initiative. If you have a story you’d like to tell, contact Karen Zitomer, Community Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join our elected officials for Conversations with Council on Thursday, Feb. 21, 5:30 to 7:00 PM, at Deep Roots Wine Market and Tasting Room, Plum Tree Village, 1055 Canton Street, #100, Roswell, GA 30075. Conversations with Council is an opportunity for members of the public to engage with elected officials and discuss city happenings in a casual one-on-one setting.