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Christmas Tree Farms & Purchases in Forsyth County

Are you wondering where you can find the best Christmas tree in Forsyth County? Whether you want to cut one down yourself or just pick out a perfect one – we can help you out!

There are several locations for Christmas tree farms & purchases in Forsyth County that you can visit – everything from a real farm where you select & cut your own own tree to the local Home & Garden store where you don’t!  You can take a fun holiday experience or even help a local high school with their fundraising efforts.

When picking a Christmas tree in Forsyth County, there’s a little something for everyone!

Here’s our round-up of places to find a Christmas tree this year: (Please note – we will be adding to this list as more information becomes available from other places in Forsyth)

Christmas Tree Farms in Forsyth County:

Kinsey Family Farm in Cumming Forsyth County GA |Christmas Tree Farms in Forsyth County

Kinsey Family Farm:  My family has been going here for several years – both in the fall and winter months.  It’s a beautiful farm with a great staff & team!  If you want to have the full experience and a great farm holiday atmosphere, you need to go here! Kinsey Family Farm is family owned and operated. It’s about 20 minutes North East of Cumming. You can sip on hot chocolate while roaming around their outdoor barn looking at Christmas trees, homemade wreaths, and garland that are made from their tree trimmings.  Roast marshmallows over the fire pit, take a hayride, feed the catfish, feed the goats, and shoot an apple gun.You have the option of cutting down your own tree on the farm or picking one out that’s already been cut. This is a great place to go no matter your age and what you’re looking for, they have it all! What my family loves about Kinsey Family Farm is when you make a purchase of a Christmas tree – you get a Kinsey Family Farm ornament.  Every year they make a new one, so start or continue your collection today!  Check out this guest post about a reader’s visit to Kinsey Family Farm in 2011.

2013 Christmas Season opens Saturday, November 23rd.  Click here for hours & more information.
Bottoms Christmas Tree Farm | Christmas Tree Farms in Forsyth County

Bottoms Christmas Tree Farm: Here is another great Christmas Tree Farm located in Cumming, GA. With over 1,500 trees ready for the Christmas 2013 Season – there is a great collection of choose & cut trees!  They also offer a variety of homemade breads, jams & jellies, wreaths, ice cold drinks & more!  Check out this guest post about a reader’s visit to Bottoms Christmas Tree Farm in 2011.

2013 Christmas Season opens Thanksgiving Week (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday).  Click here for hours & more information.

 

Christmas Tree Purchases in Forsyth County:

  1. Big John’s:Big John’s is a 60+ year old Atlanta tradition, family owned and operated. They serve the Atlanta metropolitan area with fresh Christmas trees, wreaths and roping, along with stands, ornaments and more!  There are three Forsyth County locations –  Suwanee, Cumming at Hwy 20 and 400, and Bethelview Rd. Opens Friday, November 22nd.  Click here for more information.
  2. Pike Family Nursery: Our local Pike Family Nursery is located at: 6050 Bethelview Road. They’re busy bringing in all of their beautiful Christmas décor to help you decorate inside or outside of your home. You can also get beautiful poinsettias and rosemary trees.
  3. Lowes: Located off of Marketplace Blvd.
  4. Home Depot: Located off of Marketplace Blvd.
  5. Trees! Trees! Trees! from Tents! Tents! Tents!: They will be opening the Saturday day after Thanksgiving. You can find the most up to date info at their Facebook page. Mention this posting and receive $5.00 off a Christmas Tree purchased from Trees Trees Trees – located in the parking lot of Tents Tents Tents at 1860 Buford Highway (next to the PepBoys on Hwy 20). Opening Saturday November 30th.

What a wonderful Christmas season it is! Light up the tree, make memories, and enjoy the time with your family and friends!

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Disclosure – we have provided a list of where to get your special Christmas tree with links and contact info. We give you the links and contact info for a reason. Please check with the company before heading out to them. We would hate for you to bundle your family just to find out they are not open yet. Enjoy the Christmas season!

Kinsey Family Farm: 2013 Fall Pumpkin Season

2013 Kinsey Family Farm Pumpkins

Kinsey Family Farm:  2013 Fall Pumpkin Season

Nothing says fall in Forsyth County like the opening of Fall & Pumpkin Season at Kinsey Family Farm.  And this year’s opening is Saturday, September 21st!

You can make a morning or afternoon out of all the fun offered.  Not only can you pick out the perfect pumpkin, but you can also enjoy a hayride, feed the catfish, shop in the Fall Harvest Shop, and definitely get some great “pumpkin” photos with the family!

You’ll find all sorts of pumpkins in all shapes and sizes!  Kinsey Farm has delicious “pie” pumpkins and gourds too.

Fall activities include:

  • Hay Rides:  $2 per person (children 2 & under are free).  Hours vary.  Check their fall activity page for information.
  • Barn Animals & Fish Feeding:  Purchase fish food for $1 and feed the catfish.  These are HUGE and my kids have always loved feeding them in the past!  You’ll also find an animal pavilion to feed the farm animals as well.
  • Picnic Area:  There is no charge to use this area, so bring your own lunch or purchase some snacks and drinks in the concession area and enjoy a meal or snack on the farm! They have delicious boiled peanuts!

And don’t forget to stop in the Fall Harvest Shop before you leave.  You will find apples, honey, salsa,  jams, preserves, fall decor & more!

Fall Hours From September 21st – October 31st:

Monday – Friday:  9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday – Sunday:  9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Visit the Kinsey Family Farm Fall Activity Page for More Information.

More Information:

Kinsey Family Farm
7170 Jot-em Down Road
Gainesville, GA 30506

770.887.6028
Kinsey Family Farm Online
Kinsey Family Farm on Facebook

 

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10 Things to Do this Fall in Cumming GA & Forsyth County

10 Things to do this Fall in Forsyth County

10 Things to Do this Fall in Cumming GA & Forsyth County

Hands down – Fall is my favorite season. I love the weather, the pumpkin flavored everything, football snacks, and much more! And as we thought about it there are a lot of fun things to do in Forsyth county this Fall. So we have put together a list of 10 Things to Do in Forsyth County this Fall.  Also, connected to this is our 10 Things to Do this Fall in North GA.

Here is our list in no particular order:

1. Go to a high school football game:  These games are full of energy and a really fun evening to support our local teams. The tickets are $7 a person. You can read more here. Also, all Forsyth County High School games are listed on the Cumming Local Calendar.

Cumming Fair in Forsyth County | Fall Fun Activities in Forsyth County

2. The Cumming Fair:  Oh how much fun the Fair is! The annual Cumming Country Fair & Festival will be in town October 3rd – October 13th.  Advance ticket sales are available for purchase now and you can actually save a few dollars this way.  Be sure to follow all the fun fair dates for free rides, free entry, and fun concerts.

Kinsey Family Farm Entrance

3. Kinsey Family Farm:  The Kinsey Farm will open up for its Fall & Pumpkin Season on Saturday, September 21st.  They’ll be open for all their Fall Activities through October 31st.  At Kinsey Family Farms you will have a awesome time with your family. They will offer pumpkin purchases, hayrides, barn animal feeding, picnic area & more!

4. Warbington Farms:  Don’t make the mistake of associating Warbington Farms with strawberry fields only.  While they most definitely have awesome strawberries, their Fall activities make our list too!  Pumpkins, Hay Rides, Petting Zoo, and farm fun!  The fun starts September 28th.  And mark your calendars for their Pumpkin Paloozas which will be every Saturday & Sunday from September 28th-October 27th.

5. Fall Festivals:  This season is FULL of festivals at churches, schools, and businesses through Forsyth County.  Our calendar is already packed with lots of events going on but as we get closer, more and more will be added.  Click here to view the Calendar of Events.  And if your church, organization, or business has an event you want to share with the community click here to submit your event.

6. Drive around: This sounds silly but it’s so much fun to simply drive around and check out the leaves. They are so beautiful this time of year.

7. Haunted Fun:  As we get closer to Halloween there will be plenty of fun Haunted Houses to visit here in Forsyth County. We’ll definitely have a list ready to go as it gets closer.  And again, if your church, organization, or business has an event you want to share with the community click here to submit your event.

pumpkins | Fall Fun Activities in Forsyth County

8. Pumpkin Picking:  Sure you can pick up a pumpkin almost anywhere, but make it special – try one of the local “pumpkin patches” & help support a local organization, ministry or business.   As the season comes into full swing, pumpkins can be purchased at Kinsey Family Farm, Warbington Farms, and also Cumming First United Methodist Church and Midway United Methodist Church have “patches” in their yards too.

9. Forsyth County Playgrounds:  Personally, I feel that Fall is the best time to be outside. Nice cool breeze, sun shining, it’s not too hot but not too cold.  This Fall we would love for you to enjoy this weather at some of the Forsyth County Parks.  Click here for a listing and for some personal thoughts on some of them too.  And it’s definitely a great time of year to “take a trip to Sawnee Mountain

10. Fall Fun at Your House: There are plenty of super fun things to do at home this Fall. Rake up the leaves to jump in & play, bake fall treats, make some fun fall crafts with the kids, decorate some pumpkins, camp in your back yard or make a fun fort in the living room.  Just spend time together and enjoy one another!

What would you add to this list?

Disclaimer: We do our best to provide accurate, useful information about events, activities and small business within Cumming & Forsyth County. Information (including times and locations) is gathered from various sources. We always attempt to confirm details before published. It is possible that details change or we are given inaccurate information. Whenever possible we link our articles to the source and strongly urge you to confirm details before you go. Cumming Local is in no way responsible for any problems that occur while participating in activities recommended on this site or for any errors & omissions.

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Christmas Tree Farms & Purchases in Forsyth County

Christmas Tree Farms in Forsyth County

Wondering where to find your Christmas tree in Forsyth County? 

My grandparents were right.  Christmas ALWAYS rolls around quicker as you grow older!  I can’t believe it’s already time to trim the tree again!

Have you started decorating yet? Do you have an artificial or real tree? Where will you purchase your Christmas tree this year?

There are several locations and Christmas tree farms in Forsyth County that you can visit – everything from a real farm where you select & cut your own own tree to the local Home & Garden store where you don’t!  You can take a fun holiday experience or even help a local high school with their fundraising efforts.

When picking a Christmas Tree in Forsyth County, there’s a little something for everyone!

Here’s our round-up of places to find a Christmas Tree this year:

Christmas Tree Farms in Forsyth County:

Kinsey Family Farm in Cumming Forsyth County GA |Christmas Tree Farms in Forsyth County

  1. Kinsey Family FarmMy family has been going here for several years – both in the fall and winter months.  It’s a beautiful farm with a great staff & team!  If you want to have the full experience and a great farm holiday atmosphere, you need to go here! Kinsey Family Farm is family owned and operated. It’s about 20 minutes North East of Cumming. You can sip on hot chocolate while roaming around their outdoor barn looking at Christmas trees, homemade wreaths and garland that are made from their tree trimmings.  Roast marshmallows over the fire pit, take a hayride, feed the catfish, feed the goats and shoot an apple gun.You have the option of cutting down your own tree on the farm or picking one out that’s already been cut. This is a great place to go no matter your age and what you’re looking for, they have it all!One more tip about going here, if you’re like my family, make this a yearly tradition, when you make a purchase of a Christmas tree, you get a Kinsey Family Farm ornament.  Every year they make a new one, so start or continue your collection today!  Check out this guest post about a reader’s visit to Kinsey Family Farm in 2011.2012 Christmas Season opens Saturday, November 17th.  Click here for hours & more information.
  2. Bottoms Christmas Tree Farm | Christmas Tree Farms in Forsyth CountyBottoms Christmas Tree Farm: Check out this great Christmas Tree Farm located in Cumming, GA. With over 1500 trees ready for the Christmas 2012 Season – there is a great collection of choose & cut trees!  They also offer a variety of homemade breads, jams & jellies, wreaths, ice cold drinks & more!  Santa will be visiting the farm on November 24th & December 1st.   Check out this guest post about a reader’s visit to Bottoms Christmas Tree Farm in 2011.  2012 Christmas Season opens Thanksgiving Weekend (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday).  Click here for hours & more information.Warbington Farms | Christmas Tree Farms in Forsyth County
  3. Warbington Farms:   Warbington Farms isn’t just for Strawberries & Pumpkins!  Warbington Farms will once again be selling Fresh Frazier Cut Christmas Trees .  Also look for a variety of their famous farm activities – hayrides, inflatable slides, pony rides, and more!  Santa is also scheduled to make an appearance on December 8th!2012 Christmas Season opens Saturday, November 17th.   Click here for hours & more information.

Additional Options:

  1. Trees!  Trees!  Trees! at Tents! Tents! Tents!:Shop the Christmas Tree Lot from Tents, Tents, Tents at its new location for 2012 – 1290 Buford Hwy.Open Thursday, November 22nd through Sunday, December 16th.  Every day 2pm to 8pm.  Click here for more information.
  2. Big John’s:Big John’s is a 60+ year old Atlanta tradition, family owned and operated. They serve the Atlanta metropolitan area with fresh Christmas trees, wreaths and roping, along with stands, ornaments and more!  There are two Forsyth County locations – one in Suwanee and another in Cumming at Hwy 20 and 400.Open Monday, November 19th.  Click here for more information.
  3. North Forsyth Raiders Christmas Tree Fundraising:  This will be the second season of the North Forsyth Christmas Tree Fund Raiser.  Trees will be shipped direct from the North Carolina Tree Farm. Trees will be available after December 1st. Pre-Order your 2012 Tree by clicking here.
  4. Pike Family Nursery: Our local Pike Family Nursery is located at: 6050 Bethelview Road. They’re busy bringing in all of their beautiful Christmas décor to help you decorate inside or outside of your home. You can also get beautiful poinsettias and rosemary trees.
  5. Lowes: Located off of Marketplace Blvd.
  6. Home Depot: Located off of Marketplace Blvd.

Now it’s just time to light & decorate! Enjoy this Season!

 

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Cumming Greek Festival, Fall Events & More: Things to do this Weekend in Forsyth County

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Things To Do this Weekend in Forsyth – October 12th – 14th, 2012

The Calendar is full of things to do this Weekend in Cumming GA & Forsyth County.  Lots of Fall events are going on, plus some great staples like the Cumming Greek Festival and Lakewood Antiques Market.

We wanted to highlight a few things that are either free or really inexpensive for you & your family to enjoy this weekend. For a full list of more events going on around town, be sure to check out our Calendar of Events.

Friday – October 19th, 2012

Football games, yard sales, & more. Be sure to visit our Calendar of Events page for all the details.

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  • Friday Night Boo at Adventure Kids – Adventure Kids kicks off their October fun! Play in a spooky glow in the dark Adventure Kids from 7-10pm with Human Bowling, Music, Bumper Cars, Video Gaming, Lego fun, Guitar Hero, and Zombie tag in Sand Island! Ideal for ages 7-12, Only $5 admission or buy a “Monster Pass” for $10 that includes a slice of pizza, drink, and one bumper car ride! Every Friday through October.

4335 Bethelview Hwy, Cumming GA 30040 – Phone: 770.406.8952

Saturday – October 20th, 2012

Be sure to visit our Calendar of Events page for all the details.

  • Local Author Celebration – There’s a very special event at Barnes & Noble this Saturday – it’s a celebration of LOCAL authors!  You can meet the authors, purchase books and get autographs too.

Barnes & Noble – The Avenue Forsyth, Cumming, GA 30041

724 Pilgrim Mill Road, Cumming, Georgia 30041- Phone: 770.380.290.

  • Annual Hay Day – Fall fun for the entire family.  Free parking & admission.  This is a fundraising event for “winter hay for the horses”.  Pony Rides, Hay Rides, Food, Fun & more. 11:30am to 4:00pm. Click here for more information.

1768 Newt Green Road, Cumming GA – Phone: 770.886.5419.

Sunday – October 21st, 2012

3845 Coal Mountain Drive, Cumming GA

All Weekend Long:

Calendar of Events – Visit our Calendar for even more great events going on around town.

  • Cumming Greek Festival – Enjoy the Greek culture, music, entertainment, shopping & food!!  Hours vary throughout the weekend.  Adults are $1, 12 & under are free.  Click here for more information.  Saints Raphael, Nicholas & Irene Greek Orthodox Church – 3074 Bethelview Road, Cumming GA 30041

  • Hallo-Fun at Stars & Strikes – Stars & Strikes Family Entertainment Center will begin their Halloween activities this weekend. Various events and activities are offered for different age groups. Click here for more information.

Need More Ideas:

Take in all things FALL with our “Ten Things to Do in Cumming & Forsyth County this Fall” round-up!
No matter what you do … hope you enjoy it!!

Kinsey Family Farm: Open for Fall Pumpkin Season

fall at Kinsey Family Farm

Kinsey Family Farm

Nothing says fall in Forsyth County like the opening of Fall & Pumpkin Season at Kinsey Family Farm.  And this year’s opening is Saturday, September 15th!

You can make a morning or afternoon out of all the fun offered.  Not only can you pick out the perfect pumpkin, but you can also enjoy a hayride, feed the catfish, shop in the Fall Harvest Shop, and definitely get some great “pumpkin” photos with the family!

You’ll find all sorts of pumpkins.  Kinsey Farm even announced on their Facebook page that they have some new varieties they’ve never had before!  Plus you’ll find “pie” pumpkins and gourds too.

Fall activities include:

  • Hay Rides:  $2 per person (children 2 & under are free).  Hours vary.  Check their fall activity page for information.
  • Barn Animals & Fish Feeding:  Purchase fish food for $1 and feed the catfish.  These are HUGE and my kids have always loved feeding them in the past!  You’ll also find an animal pavilion to feed the farm animals as well.
  • Picnic Area:  There is no charge to use this area, so bring your own lunch or purchase some snacks and drinks in the concession area and enjoy a meal or snack on the farm!

And don’t forget to stop in the Fall Harvest Shop before you leave.  You’ll find honey, salsa, North Georgia Apples, Jams & preserves, fall decor & more!

Fall Hours From September 15th - October 31st:

Monday – Thursday:  10am to 5pm
Friday:  10am to 6pm
Saturday – Sunday:  9am to 6pm

Visit the Kinsey Family Farm Fall Activity Page for More Information.

More Information

Kinsey Family Farm
7170 Jot-em Down Road
Gainesville, GA 30506

770.887.6028
Kinsey Family Farm Online
Kinsey Family Farm on Facebook

 

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A Trip to Kinsey Family Farm in Forsyth County

The following is a guest post by Cumming Local Mom, Shelley.  She’s sharing about her recent (and past) experience at Kinsey Family Farm.

Kinsey Family Farm Entrance | A Holiday Tradition

A Trip to Kinsey Family Farm in Forsyth County

Looking to start a new family holiday tradition?

I’ve got a great idea for you!   Have you visited the Kinsey Family Farm?   If not, this is a must go to and experience destination!   My family goes at least two times a year, once in the Fall for pumpkins and again after Thanksgiving for our Christmas tree.

Once you get off of Hwy 400, it’s a scenic four mile drive to the farm.   You’ll start to see row upon row of trees in all different shades of greens and varying textures.   You’ll be greeted by their beautiful Kinsey Family Farm sign as you make your turn into the farm.   You’ll come upon the pretty open red barn filled with that wonderful holiday smell of evergreen trees.   This place is stunning!

Kinsey Family Farm - Barn | A Holiday Tradition

As you make your way into the open barn, stop by the counter to get a cup of hot apple cider, hot chocolate or a box of popcorn.   They have a beautifully decorated twenty foot plus Christmas tree for you and your family to have your picture taken in front of.   Inside the barn you’ll see row after row of varying Evergreen trees, neatly hanging with tags on them.   You have the option of choosing one of these cut trees or take the FREE hayride through their property and they’ll help you cut one down of your choosing!

As you make your way back to the barn, you’ll smell and hear the crackling of the open fit pit.   For two dollars, you can purchase s’more kits complete with wet-naps to make your very own s’mores!  Yum!   By this point, you’ve probably picked or cut down your tree … need any homemade wreathes or gorgeous garland?   Yep, they have these as well, all made from trimmings from their tree farm and they are beautiful!   You can also get some homemade jams and jelly’s … yum!

Kinsey Family Farm - Small Barn | A Holiday Tradition

As you’re checking out, you will be handed a Kinsey Family Farm ornament with the year printed on it for making a purchase.   Start making this one of your family holiday traditions and if you’re like my family, you’ll have started your own collection of the Kinsey Family Farm ornaments which vary from year to year….we might have 5 or 6 now, each having their own memory to go with it!

From our family to yours, Happy Holidays!

*note for this year’s hours and pricing information, visit Kinsey Family Farm online.

Connect with Kinsey Family Farm:

7170 Jot-em Down Road
Gainesville, GA 30506 (Forsyth County)

Phone:  770.887.6028
Kinsey Family Farm OnlineKinsey Family Farm on Facebook

Christmas at Kinsey Family Farm

Christmas at Kinsey Family Farm

The 2011 Christmas season at Kinsey Family Farm kicks off this Saturday, November 19th and runs through Tuesday, December 20th.  The Farm will not be open Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Eve – and good for them … they have families to celebrate with too!!Christmas at Kinsey Family Farm

Hours Include:

  • Monday – Friday:  12Noon until 7pm
  • Saturday – Sunday & Black Friday:  9am until 6pm
  • Closed Thanksgiving Day

Enjoy the fun:

Roast Marshmallows, Drink Hot Chocolate, Listen to Holiday Music at the Barn, Enjoy a Wagon Ride and search for the perfect Christmas Tree – whether you choose & cut your own or select a pre-cut tree.

Stay tuned for more features from Cumming Local Contributors about  how to make a trip to Kinsey Family Farm a new tradition!

More about Kinsey Family Farm:

Kinsey Family Farm OnlineKinsey Family Farm on Facebook |  Phone:  770.887.6028

7170 Got-Em Down Road, Gainesville GA 30506 (Forsyth County)

Weekend Activities in Cumming GA: 9/30 – 10/2

Kinsey Family Farm

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October?!?  How can it even be?  I feel like time has flown by since school started.  But this is my favorite time of year, so I’m ready to take it all in!

By the look of the calendar, it’s apparent that the Fall Activities have begun.  Be sure to take advantage of the great things being offered around town this weekend.

Here’s a few things we’re highligting:
For a complete listing & more information on the activities listed below, visit our Calendar of Events Page.

Friday -

4pm:  Brookwood Farmer’s Market:  It’s the last market of the season.  Stock up & enjoy!
6:30pm:  A Boy and His Dog:  Fundraising Event at Catch Air.
7pm:  Haunted Lodge

Saturday -

10am:  Open House at Alpaca Yarn USA & Fiber Yarn Resale
10am:  Market 334 Open Air Fall Event
10am:  Scarecrow Festival at Bethelview United Methodist Church
5pm:  2011 Light the Night Walk
5pm:  Fundraising Dinner & Raffle Event for McKenna
7pm:  Haunted Lodge

*Saturday also kicks off the opportunity to save 10% off your Mia’s Pizza & Eats bill by donating to one of our favorite organizations – Food for Thought!

Sunday

2pm:  Forsyth County Public Library Family Cinema Event

Throughout the weekend, you can also take in some Fall Fun at Kinsey Family Farm – pumpkins, hayrides, petting area & more!  This is a fun stop during the season for our family & many, many others in Forsyth County!

So … whatever your family chooses to do, I hope you take in this fall weather & ENJOY!!

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For only $32 you’ll receive 4 tickets to this family-friendly destination that includes a hay ride, feeding the barn animals and catfish, caramel apples for your group, and $8 towards a pumpkin per person- that’s a $64 value and a savings of 50%! Meet Radar the donkey and Shortcake the strawberry roan pony while taking in picture-perfect views of fall foliage. Pack a picnic lunch and relax among the vibrant colors of autumn after picking a perfect pumpkin from the plentiful patch. Have a down-home adventure without flying the coop!

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Disclaimer: We do our best to provide accurate, useful information about events, activities and small business within Cumming & Forsyth County. Information (including times and locations) is gathered from various sources including press releases, Facebook postings, signs around town, event submissions and word of mouth. We always attempt to confirm details before published. It is possible that details change or we are given inaccurate information. Whenever possible we link our articles to the source or information provided and strongly urge you to confirm details before you go. Cumming Local is in no way responsible for any problems that occur while participating in activities recommended on this site or for any errors & omissions. The goal of this site is to highlight businesses in Cumming, GA – the availability of them and praise ones that I personally love. It is not to provide personal reviews of each, that will be left up to you.