The City of Roswell will reopen City Hall (38 Hill Street) and their facility at 1810 Hembree Road on Monday, June 15, 2020. Both facilities will resume normal business hours and will be open for walk-in appointments, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please visit www.roswellgov.com/coronavirus for details and for information regarding the City of Roswell coronavirus response.
Come celebrate Roswell's youngest residents at the Annual Frances McGahee Youth Day Celebration.
Youth Day has been a long-standing tradition in Roswell that began in 1950 when a group of parents decided to sponsor a parade and a day of activities to honor the youth of the city. In 1951, Mayor Ford Rucker proclaimed the second Saturday in October as "Roswell Youth Day," and each year the tradition grows stronger within the community.
Youth Day festivities start at 9:45 AM with the 24th Annual Historic Roswell 5K Road Race. The race—which benefits the Friends of the Roswell Parks' "Play It Forward Program"—starts at the Roswell United Methodist Church and ends at the Roswell Area Park football field.
Youth Day Parade
The 5K Road Race is immediately followed by the 70th Annual Frances McGahee Youth Day Parade at 10:00 AM, which will begin at First Baptist Church on Mimosa Boulevard and end in Roswell Area Park on Woodstock Road.
Fall Farm Days
After the parade, Smith Plantation will be hosting Fall Farm Days, from 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM. This annual family event features artisan exhibits and demonstrations pertaining to life on a 19th century farm, including living history exhibits and activities such as spinning, weaving, and open-hearth cooking. Children’s activities include period games, farm animal petting zoo, wagon rides, crafts, and face painting. Food available for purchase.