Finding a certified, experienced locksmith is no easy task. Sure, dozens of companies out there will dispatch an indifferent “technician” that offers “quick” solutions when you lose your keys. But when it comes to protecting your home and your business, cheap locks and part-time contractors just won’t cut it. Arrowhead Lock & Safe stands out as the most trusted name in security solutions and products in Georgia in an industry known for poor service and mediocre locksmiths.
Established in 1973, Arrowhead Lock & Safe is a locally owned locksmith and control access firm. Having protected homeowners and business professionals in metro Roswell for decades, we have built our reputation on exemplary service and the highest quality security products available. Unlike other locksmith companies, we carry all of the major brands that you know and trust to protect your family and your business, including:
As a comprehensive locksmith repair center and dealer, we also own an on-site lock shop to serve our clients better. That way, we can assist with your day-to-day needs like re-keying, cutting keys, and repairing locks. So whether you’re looking for a brand-new security platform for your business or simply need a new set of keys for your storage unit, we are here to help. Our goal is to exceed your expectations with every service we offer.
Though home appraisers may disagree, the value of your home isn’t defined by the four walls and roofs that cover a property. The real value of your home lies within those walls where your family eats, sleeps, and plays. When it comes to the safety of your family and the security of your valuables, having quality locks installed on your home is paramount. When your home has lackluster locks and minimal protection, the things that you hold closest to your heart are at risk.
That is why having a dependable residential locksmith in Roswell is so important – to ensure that your home is protected and that your family is safe from intruders. When you have problems with the locks on your home, you need a solution quickly. When you call Arrowhead Lock & Safe, know that our locksmiths will work efficiently and tirelessly until your home is secure. Whether your home’s locks need to be repaired or you need to consult with us about an integrated security system, our skilled locksmiths are available when you need them the most.
We offer a variety of residential locksmith services to preserve your peace of mind seven days a week, 365 days a year:
Does your home have a complicated lock setup that requires you to use different keys for different doors? Perhaps a former babysitter still has a key to your home. Whatever your reasons, our team of seasoned locksmiths will come to your home, re-key your locks in an efficient manner, and leave you feeling more secure in your house.
Your home is only as safe as the locks that you have on your doors. As your locks age or when you are the victim of a security threat, you may feel that it’s time to install new locks on the doors of your home. This can be long, laborious, and complicated for the average homeowner. For that reason, many clients trust Arrowhead Lock & Safe to handle the hard work for them. When you arrange for new lock installation, one of our experienced residential locksmiths will come to your home and install new locks on your doors. Once we’re done, we’ll make sure your family has enough keys to open your new locks.
If you are a homeowner who has experienced a break-in or want to take additional steps to secure your assets, high-security locks are a great solution. We offer a wide variety of locks from a plethora of major brands. We are fully equipped to meet your needs, whether you’re interested in more traditional lock systems with high key differs or pry resistant lock technology.
If you feel like you need an extra layer security and want to make sure that only certain individuals have access to your home, an access control system is a great solution to your problem. Whether you are interested in electronic or magnetic locks or have been looking to install a password-protected system, our team of experts can help. Contact our office today for a free consultation to learn more about your access control system options in Georgia.
If you are a business owner in Georgia, you have the weighty responsibility of protecting your patrons and securing your businesses’ assets. The most common way for entrepreneurs to keep their business safe is by having a commercial locksmith in Roswell install quality, reliable locks on every entry point of your storefront. But, unfortunately, many business owners take the least amount of effort necessary when it comes to protecting their business.
Whether you own several franchise locations or have a single storefront, it only takes one break-in to make you realize the importance of installing high-quality locks for your commercial property. Sadly, at that point, it’s too late – your ability to provide for your family and pay your bills has been compromised. For that reason alone, it’s always better to be proactive about your businesses’ security rather than reactive.
At Arrowhead Lock & Safe, our commercial door lock services are designed to ensure that your assets and your customers are protecting 24-hours a day, seven days a week. We will always take the time to walk you through your options, explaining the pros and cons of each security solution so that you can make an informed decision. With a wide range of security offerings and a reliable team of commercial locksmith experts on your side, choosing the right security setup is easy, efficient, and affordable.
Installing high-quality door locks for your business is one of the best ways to protect your assets and your commercial property. At Arrowhead Lock & Safe, we offer many commercial door lock options from the best brands in our industry. From reliable maintenance service on your current Grade 3 locks to new Grade 1 commercial door lock installation, our team of commercial locksmiths is ready to help.
If your businesses’ locks are old and need proper maintenance or corrective repair services, it’s always best to work with a team of experts. From re-keying services to fixing stuck or broken locks, our commercial locksmiths are only a phone call away.
Commercial alarms for businesses are more complex than their residential relatives, and for a good reason. Our cutting-edge alarm systems are great for preventing and interrupting break-ins, notifying the authorities, and act as an important addition to any business that wants enhanced security.
A commercial-grade CCTV system installed by Arrowhead Lock & Safe allows you to monitor all activities that take place under your businesses’ roof. Having security cameras installed around your business gives you added peace of mind and evidence for the police if a break-in occurs. Having visible security cameras can also help deter criminals and prevent suspicious activity from ever taking place. With remote monitoring capability on your smart device, you can check in on your storefront any time of the night or day, from just about any location.
Having the ability to control every one of your businesses’ locks is a proactive, cost-efficient way to protect your customers and your assets. With a commercial-grade control access system from Arrowhead Lock & Safe, business owners can easily restrict certain areas within their store, prevent physical key duplication, record entry history, and even simplify employee turnover.
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) grading system was developed years ago to standardize a testing procedure to measure the durability and strength of a door lock. This grading system applies to both residential and commercial door locks. Composed of three different grades, the ANSI grading system gives homeowners and business owners a good idea of lock quality and reliability. ANSI examines six different qualities to determine a lock’s grade:
These locks offer the highest level of security and are most often used by institutions like hospitals, schools, and even museums. These locks also have the highest life expectancy, though they can be much more complex and require an expert residential or commercial locksmith in cityname to install. In today’s day and age, many more homeowners are opting for Grade 1 locks (like electronic locks) for the most peace of mind. This classification of lock must hold up against 800,000 cycles, six door strikes and a 360-pound weight test.
These locks are great for residential areas with more foot traffic, like a door that leads to an apartment complex or suite of rooms. These locks can also suffice for small businesses that need a higher level of security than Grade 3 locks. Use these locks when you want to secure access to areas with valuable equipment or sensitive documents. This classification of lock requires 400,000 cycles, four door strikes, and a 250-pound weight test.
This grade of lock is best suited for residential purposes and is considered standard door hardware. This kind of lock is the least expensive and should never be used in a high-traffic area like a lobby or storefront. However, these locks would be suitable for areas without much foot traffic like storage closets or areas without expensive merchandise. Because these locks are easiest to bypass, consider upgrading your Grade 3 locks with anti-bump and anti-pick technology. This classification of lock requires 200,000 lock cycles, two door strikes, and a 150-pound weight test.
A famous animator and movie director once said: “The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” This quote rings especially true when it comes to protecting your home or business with the best security solutions in Georgia. If you’re worried about the safety of your family or the wealth that you have worked so hard to create, contact our office today at 404-351-4331 for a free consultation. When you trust Arrowhead Lock & Safe, you can rest easy knowing your most precious belongings are safe and secure.Contact us!
Roswell will host the 2nd Annual Dia de los Muertos Festival on Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 2:00 to 8:00 p.m., on the grounds of Ci ...10/01/2021 4:45 PMRoswell will host the 2nd Annual Dia de los Muertos Festival on Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 2:00 to 8:00 p.m., on the grounds of City Hall, 38 Hill Street in Roswell. Visitors of all ages are invited to celebrate this traditional Mexican holiday, which will feature an afternoon and evening filled with fun, remembrance, and community spirit.Dia de Los Muertos&...
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Roswell will host the 2nd Annual Dia de los Muertos Festival on Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 2:00 to 8:00 p.m., on the grounds of City Hall, 38 Hill Street in Roswell. Visitors of all ages are invited to celebrate this traditional Mexican holiday, which will feature an afternoon and evening filled with fun, remembrance, and community spirit.
Dia de Los Muertos—or the Day of the Dead—is traditionally celebrated October 31 to November 2 in the central and southern regions of Mexico. The holiday is centered around remembrance of lost loved ones, as communities come together to celebrate their memory and pray for their safe spiritual journey.
This year's festival is presented in partnership with Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces. The City of Roswell hosted the first Dia de los Muertos festival in 2019 but was unable to bring it back in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The festival is free to the public, with the exception of food vendors and one special ticketed experience. Highlights include:
• Traditional Entertainment: Aztec dancers, Oaxaca Group and a mariachi band • Food: On-site vendors will sell Mexican cuisine, such as empanadas and tamales. • Face Painting: No Dia de los Muertos celebration would be complete without traditional candy skull face painting. Free, but tips appreciated. • Movie: "Coco," starting at 6 p.m. • Ofrenda: Visit a traditional altar honoring family and friends who have passed. • Costume Contest: Wear your favorite Day of the Dead costume and paint your face for a Catrina and Catrin contest to be held at 5 p.m. Cash prizes will be awarded for best costume. • Tequila/Specialty Margarita Tasting Experience: Showcasing the unique flavors of Mexico, this experience includes tasting tokens and a souvenir tasting glass (for the first 500 participants). For $35, you will receive eight (8) tokens that can be used to taste any combination of six (6) different types of specialty margaritas (4 oz. sample) and four (4) different types of Tequila (a Blanco, Joven, Reposado, or Anejo) (1/2 oz. sample).
Vendor, artist, and exhibitor opportunities are available. All vendors must be Day of the Dead themed, and products must be sold by the artist or direct representative.
For more information about the event, to sign up to be a vendor or artist, or to buy tickets for the Tequila/Specialty Margarita Tasting Experience, visit www.RoswellGov.com/DayOfTheDead.
Questions can be directed to Chris Ward, Special Events Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own.Donna J. Klucsarits is the New Coach for the Swim and Dive Team Roswell High School is excited to announce Donna J. Klucsarits as the new coach for the Swim and Dive team."We're happy to welcome Ms. Klucsarits to Roswell," said Principal Dr. Robert Shaw. "She brings with her extensive experience as a coach and teacher. We're excited to see how she leads our swimmers and divers and inspires her students in the c...
This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own.
Roswell High School is excited to announce Donna J. Klucsarits as the new coach for the Swim and Dive team.
"We're happy to welcome Ms. Klucsarits to Roswell," said Principal Dr. Robert Shaw. "She brings with her extensive experience as a coach and teacher. We're excited to see how she leads our swimmers and divers and inspires her students in the classroom too."
Said Athletic Director Ben Sutter, "We are extremely excited to have Coach Klucsarits take the helm for our Roswell Swim program. She brings a wealth of knowledge to the program and is extremely eager to get our young athletes to the next level."
Klucsarits joins RHS from Cherokee County Schools, and previously worked for Cobb County Schools as a Math Department Chair and part of Cobb County Schools Teacher Recruitment Team. Prior to her teaching career in North Metro Atlanta, the Florida native taught and coached in South Georgia. Over her teaching career, Klucsarits has taught both special education and regular education.
"In my prior experience coaching at a private school in South Georgia, I coached the small swim team," said Klucsarits. "I look forward to the challenge of leading a larger swim team with diving at Roswell."
During her own high school career, she was a member of the track, cross country, softball and soccer teams. She became a certified lifeguard and water instructor.
Klucsarits is looking forward to her new coaching position.
"As for what I want the athletes to accomplish, I want them to have a consistent year with personal improvements, developing their overall health and endurance along the way," she said. "Mostly, I want them to enjoy their teammates, have fun, and continue to realize how swimming can be a life-long sport that they continue to enjoy."
Klucsarits holds bachelor's and master's degrees in Special Education as well as a Specialist's degree in Leadership. She is math certified.
A Holly Springs, Ga., resident, Klucsarits enjoys spending time with her husband Kevin, two children Kat and Matthew, and three rescue pets.
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If the decomposing jack-o'-lantern is creeping you out, share the fall bounty from Roswell pumpkin fields and patches with critters. ROSWELL — When the jack-o'-lanterns you carved from the best pumpkins plucked from patches and fields around Roswell this fall start looking droopy and sad, they still have life.While uncarved pumpkins can last two to three months indoors, carved pumpkins usually only last a few days before they start to decay. Streets and porches all over Roswell are often filled with the wilting, sagging...
ROSWELL — When the jack-o'-lanterns you carved from the best pumpkins plucked from patches and fields around Roswell this fall start looking droopy and sad, they still have life.
While uncarved pumpkins can last two to three months indoors, carved pumpkins usually only last a few days before they start to decay. Streets and porches all over Roswell are often filled with the wilting, sagging faces of jack o'-lanterns getting older by the minute.
But as with Christmas trees a few months later, there are many ways you can recycle these pumpkins that will help birds, wildlife and the planet.
Pumpkin seeds are a healthy and popular snacking treat for a variety of birds and wildlife, especially as the weather gets colder and food is harder to come by. As your pumpkin starts to soften and fade, collect the seeds from inside, and give them a day or so to dry.
Don't add any kind of seasoning, even salt, Birds & Blooms advises.
Then scatter the seeds outside, or put them in a birdfeeder or bowl. If you live in an area with bears or other harmful predators, try placing the seeds on an upper level that only birds and smaller animals like squirrels and chipmunks can reach.
2. Make A 'Snack-O'-Lantern'
You can also just cut out the middleman and turn the pumpkin itself into a "snack-o'-lantern pumpkin feeder," according to the National Wildlife Federation.
Just take the pumpkin, cut it in half, scoop out the middle, and attach the top and bottom halves of the pumpkin with string and several wooden dowels.
Fill the bottom half with either birdseed, pumpkin seeds, or both. See here for more detailed instructions from the National Wildlife Foundation.
You could also use the seeds for their intended purpose: making more pumpkins.
To save and store pumpkin seeds for the following year, place the pulp and seeds from the pumpkin inside a colander, according to Gardening Know How. Wash cold water over it, and pick out a few of the largest seeds.
Spread the rinsed seeds far apart from each other on a dry towel, and place that towel in a cool, dry spot for a week.
Place the seeds in a seed envelope, and place the seed envelope in a plastic container with several holes poked in the lid. Put that container in the back of a refrigerator, and get ready to plant your own private pumpkin patch next year.
Animals and birds love pumpkins just as much as people do, so why not give them a special treat? Simply cut the pumpkin into small, bite-sized pieces, and scatter them in a spot where you won't mind local critters coming to nosh, the National Wildlife Federation advises.
Again, this one is probably best to avoid if bears, foxes, coyotes, rats or any variety of predators and pests are a problem nearby.
If you feel more comfortable leaving the animal feeding to professionals, consider donating the pumpkin remains to a nearby zoo. Many zoos accept pumpkin donations after Halloween because they are a nutritious snack that most animals love.
If your pumpkin is truly on its last proverbial legs, put its nutrients back into the earth by composting it. Even if you don't have a compost pile, you can put it in your garden, and many areas offer municipal composting services. Just make sure you take out all the seeds first, lest an impromptu pumpkin patch begins to sprout out of the compost.
Not all pumpkins in Roswell fields and patches are meant to be jack-o'-lanterns. Here's how to harvest, cure and store the best of them.ROSWELL — A trip to the pumpkin patch or field in Roswell may be necessary for local residents who want to carve a jack-o'-lantern from or decorate their homes with the best pumpkins around this fall.But for some pumpkin lovers, it's possible to grow, harvest, cure and store your own at home. First, you need pumpkins. The Roswell area offers these patches and fields:Now that you ...
ROSWELL — A trip to the pumpkin patch or field in Roswell may be necessary for local residents who want to carve a jack-o'-lantern from or decorate their homes with the best pumpkins around this fall.
But for some pumpkin lovers, it's possible to grow, harvest, cure and store your own at home. First, you need pumpkins. The Roswell area offers these patches and fields:
Now that you know where to find the best pumpkins this fall, here's more need-to-know information:
When the pumpkins have reached their optimal size, cut them from the vine with a sharp knife or garden looper, Harvest to Table advises. First, leave 3-6 inches of stem attached to the fruit, so the pumpkin can be protected from disease and insect attacks.
Slip a hand under the bottom of the pumpkin, with the stem intact, and carry them away from the vine. Clean the pumpkin with soapy water to remove soil and kill pathogens on the surface. Harvest to Table says to use one part bleach to 10 parts water.
Set the pumpkin in a warm place — anywhere from 80-85 degrees should work — for 10-14 days, Harvest to Table says.
For people in Roswell who have completed all the above steps already in 2021, it may be time to store the pumpkins before displaying them in the fall.
Store them at about 50 degrees, with about 60 percent humidity, according to Harvest to Table. A shed or garage could be an ideal spot. Do not let the pumpkins touch.
If done right, the pumpkins could stay in good condition for two to three months.
It's too late to start pumpkin growing this year, but beginning this process next spring could lead to some orange beauties come fall 2022.
It's not only large pumpkin fields that produce the orange, fall traditional fruit. Pumpkins can be grown in ordinary back yards, too, but only if there's enough space.
Pumpkins are often referred to as a "garden gorilla," gardening experts at HGTV said in a guide on how to grow pumpkins. The vines of the large plants sprawl and expand throughout the growing season, much like watermelons. They grow quickly, and can take out other plants if not contained.
Backyard gardeners have been known to tuck the pumpkin plants along the edges of a vegetable garden, although some let their pumpkin vines ramble across the yard.
Pumpkin seeds should be planted in rows, or "pumpkin hills," so the soil will warm more quickly, according to Almanac.com. Dig 12-15 inches into the ground, plant the seeds 1 inch deep into the hills, and space the hills 4-8 feet apart.
When the plants reach 2-3 inches tall, thin to 2-3 plants per hill by cutting off the unwanted plants.
Pumpkins should be planted in May or early June, after the final spring frost. In Roswell, that means around June 26 for when to begin outdoor planting, or March 7 if starting to plant pumpkins in pots.
Looking for something to do this weekend in metro Atlanta? The fall fair season continues with the North Georgia State Fair making its annual run in Marietta, so if you’re looking for rides, games or fair food, that’s the place to be. Or visit Decatur’s West Ponce Music Stroll for a fun run, artist market, pop-up fitness classes and more.4 p.m.-11 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, 4 p.m.-midnight Friday, Sept. 24, 10 a.m.-midnight Saturday, Sept. 25 and 12:30 p.m.-10 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 26, continuing through Oct. 3. $10 admis...
Looking for something to do this weekend in metro Atlanta? The fall fair season continues with the North Georgia State Fair making its annual run in Marietta, so if you’re looking for rides, games or fair food, that’s the place to be. Or visit Decatur’s West Ponce Music Stroll for a fun run, artist market, pop-up fitness classes and more.
4 p.m.-11 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, 4 p.m.-midnight Friday, Sept. 24, 10 a.m.-midnight Saturday, Sept. 25 and 12:30 p.m.-10 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 26, continuing through Oct. 3. $10 admission, free for age 10 and under. $5 parking. Ride tickets are $1.25 each, with many rides taking more than one. Pay-one-price ride specials start at $20, depending on the day you go. Jim R. Miller Park, 2245 Callaway Road SW, Marietta. 770-528-8989. northgeorgiastatefair.com.
The fair is here! Expect to see all your favorite things to do and see, including rides, shows, exhibits and more.
The Ultimate Sugar Show
11 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25 and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 26. $30 one-day pass with discounts for seniors, students and military. $40 two-day pass. Cobb Galleria Centre, Two Galleria Parkway, Atlanta. ultimatesugarshow.com.
Georgia’s largest baking and sweets show features all things sugar — including sugar art competitions and classes. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the AFLAC Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Face coverings are required even if you’ve received a COVID-19 vaccine, temperature checks will be conducted and social distancing will be observed.
VIVA Tequila Festival
Noon-9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25. $75 and up. The Battery Atlanta, 800 Battery Ave. SE, Atlanta. vivatequilafestival.com.
The VIVA Tequila Festival celebrates Mexican culture with hand-crafted, small-batch tequilas, small plates from Atlanta restaurants, live music, art and more.
Glover Park Concert Series
8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25. Free general admission, $55 table for six, $65 table for eight, $55 street-side table for eight. Glover Park, 50 N. Park Square, Marietta. 770-794-5601. mariettaga.gov.
The Big Chicken Beatle Band brings the Fab Four’s hits to the Glover Park Concert Series.
West Ponce Music Stroll
8 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25. Free admission. various locations along W. Ponce de Leon Avenue, Decatur. visitdecaturgeorgia.com.
The third annual West Ponce Music Stroll starts with a 5K fun run and one-mile dog walk/run and includes popup yoga and fitness classes, an artist market and chalk artists. Proceeds go to Decatur Makers, a non-profit maker space.
Doggy Dip Days
10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25 and Sunday, Sept. 26. $15 per dog for a three-hour time slot. Murphey Candler Pool, 1551 W. Nancy Creek Drive, Brookhaven. brookhavenga.gov.
Dogs and their owners can take a dip in the pool together. Advance online registration is required, and dog owners can only wade in the pool up to their knees. Dogs must be up to date on their required shots and vaccinations.
12:30 p.m.-2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24. $15 non-members, $10 members. Dunwoody Nature Center, 5343 Roberts Drive, Dunwoody. 770-394-3322. dunwoodynature.org.
Dunwoody Nature Center kicks off a four-part series on earth-friendly practices with a program about making more eco-friendly decisions in your backyard.
Friends of Dunwoody Library Book Sale
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25. Dunwoody Library courtyard, 5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody. 770-512-4640. events.dekalblibrary.org.
Stock up on adult fiction and mystery books at the Friends of Dunwoody Library sale, where hardbacks are $2 and paperbacks are $1. Masks are required for this outdoor event, and cash or credit/debit payments are accepted.
Daryl Hall and John Oates
7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24. $39.50 and up. Ameris Bank Amphitheatre, 2200 Encore Parkway, Alpharetta. 404-733-5010. concerts.livenation.com.
Daryl Hall and John Oates as well as Squeeze bring their hits to the Ameris Bank Amphitheatre.
Alpharetta Brew Moon Fest
6:30-11 p.m. Sept. 25. $20 individual tickets, $180 tables, drink tickets not included. Milton Avenue (between Highway 9 and Roswell/Canton Street, downtown Alpharetta. alpharettabusinessassociation.com.
Downtown Alpharetta hosts a street party with local beers from Jekyll Brewing, live music from The Mike Veal Band and a variety of food tents.
Touch-A-Truck & Community Safety Day
10 a.m.-noon Saturday, Sept. 25. Free. City Hall, 11360 Lakefield Drive, Johns Creek. 678-512-3200. johnscreekga.gov.
Presented by the Johns Creek Public Works Department, the Touch-A-Truck day features construction equipment, police and fire vehicles and fun activities. Free hot dogs will be available while supplies last.
Fall Native Plant Sale
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24 and Saturday, Sept. 25. Chattahoochee Nature Center, 9135 Willeo Road, Roswell. 770-992-2055. chattnaturecenter.org.
Fall is the perfect time to plant, and the Chattahoochee Nature Center sale offers almost 100 varieties of plants, including native shrubs and trees.
Feature Friday: “A League of Their Own”
7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24. Free admission. Lawrenceville Lawn, 210 Luckie St., Lawrenceville. downtownlawrencevillega.com.
The baseball movie “A League of Their Own” will be shown on the lawn, and food trucks will be onsite.
Aurora Theatre 2nd Annual 0.5K(ish) Fun Run
9:45 a.m.-10:15 a.m. check-in, 10:30 a.m. race start. Saturday, Sept. 25. $35. Courtyard between Aurora Theatre and the Lawrenceville Arts Center, Lawrenceville. 678-226-6222. auroratheatre.com.
Aurora Theatre is hosting a fun run/walk of less than a half-mile in length, with snacks available along the way and beer, root beer and brunch bites at the finish line.
Community Yard Sale
9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25. Lilburn City Park, Railroad Avenue parking lot, 130 Railroad Ave. NW, Lilburn. cityoflilburn.com.
Treasures await at Lilburn’s Community Yard Sale, where you’re likely to find furniture, clothing, toys, electronics, books and more.
Southern Wilds Festival
Noon-11 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25. $10. Depot District, 400 N. Clayton St., Lawrenceville. southernwildsfest.com.
Music, craft beer, food trucks, local vendors and tailgating come to the Depot District.