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2020 Cutest Pup in Suwanee Contest

The annual Suwanee Magazine Cutest Pup Contest returns! Fill out the form below between January 8th-22nd for a chance for your dog to be named the cutest pup in Suwanee! The winning pup will receive a variety of amazing prizes to primp, spoil, and feed your pup, PLUS a feature in the 2020 March/April issue

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The health benefits of eating local

Living Well Farmers Market offers tips on how to incorporate local, organic foods into your diet. By: Nora Lea | Photos by Neah Maxwell Why should I eat local? Why should I eat organic? Is it really better for me? Why is it more expensive? These are just a few questions I get asked as

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Level Minds CBD

Level Minds CBD Health Club

Level Minds CBD Health Club owners Shiloh and Nelson Bigles share their passion for natural health and wellness through their CBD products, which have been touted for their medicinal effects on many common ailments such as chronic pain, inflammation, anxiety and arthritis, as well as more complex diagnoses such as autism. By: Alicia Carter |

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OshKosh B’gosh Celebrates Grand Opening of new Mall of Georgia Store OshKosh B’gosh, one of the most recognized brands of baby and children’s apparel in the U.S., celebrated its grand opening in the Mall of Georgia Sept. 18. The OshKosh brand that combines its heritage with a fresh, updated look is owned by Carters, Inc.

Suwanee Holiday Celebrations

Suwanee Performing Arts 8th Annual Gingerbread Festival December 1st 1230 pm – 3 pm The Gingerbread contest is open to all individuals, families, groups, organizations, businesses, so anyone can enter! The theme for this year’s contest is “Songs of the Seasons.” Suwanee Youth Ballet and Sounds of Suwanee will perform during the festival, and the

History of Suwanee: Old Town Holiday Festival & Caboose Lighting

In Suwanee, residents greet the holiday season in a unique way they have come to know as their community holiday tradition: The Caboose Lighting. The name Jeannine Keane Haynes is not new around the city of Suwanee. Many may recognize the name as Haynes served as a Suwanee City Council member for a total of

North Gwinnett Cooperative gets New Home

Community helps Co-op help others The 2006 movie “The Pursuit of Happyness” starring Will Smith and his son Jaden, is based on a true story that chronicles a father, Chris Gardner, and his son, Christopher, who live paycheck to paycheck, shelter to shelter, hotel to hotel, until Gardner finally lands the job that propels him

Is This a Good Time to Buy Bonds?

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]: If you think interest rates will be higher in the future, you would not want to lock yourself into a long-term bond at today’s current low rates. It is the same concept with CDs at a bank. If you purchased a 5-year certificate of deposit at 1 percent today, you may not be happy

We’re no Angels!

If you’ve ever been to a Suwanee Business Alliance meeting, you’d know that. We’re just local friends, neighbors, and business folks, who like to get together, meet, exchange business ideas, joke, tease each other, enjoy a drink, good music, great food, and do what we can to improve our lives and the lives of those in

Halloween Safety

Some Tips Courtesy of The Goddard School Johns Creek Suwanee Johns Creek Suwanee, Ga. (Grassroots Newswire) September 20, 2012 — It’s trick-or-treat time.  Here are some tips courtesy of The Goddard School located at Johns Creek Suwanee to help keep your youngsters safe this Halloween. Dress children in light-colored or reflective costumes Help your child

Amigos for Christ

Celebrate Service Music Festival – October 6, 2012 Live Music, Running, Biking, Corn Hole, Frisbee AND Cupcakes for all! By, Mary Mastrogiovanni Community Outreach Coordinator, Amigos for Christ Suwanee Town Center Park is the backdrop for a fall event that delights all the senses! The 8th annual Amigos for Christ Celebrate Service Music Festival will

Suwanee Day! – September 15, 2012

Sept. 15 will mark the city’s 29th Suwanee Day when area residents gather in Town Center Park to celebrate the community. To help area residents make the most of this special day, this insert contains a schedule of events to help you plan your day along with a map to help you navigate through the

Suwanee Get Fit Challenge: Update

After a busy summer where most of the contestants hit a plateau in their weight loss journey, we at Suwanee Magazine brainstormed on how to help get everyone back on track. First, we had everyone re-read their original submissions for the competition. Reading over the reasons they had decided to make this commitment in the

Artist Profile: Anita Stewart

I asked Anita Stewart, a local artist and Suwanee resident, why she decided to go into art as a profession. Having made her decision as a teenager, one might consider her answer typical coming from a young person. “When I was in high school my dad said, ‘Whatever you do, don’t’ go into art,’ Stewart

R Salon & Spa: Unique Hair and Skin Care

With a vision to bring hair trends and skin luxury to Suwanee, Rhonda Nelson, owner of R Salon and Spa, began welcoming clients to the Suwanee location on Peachtree Industrial Blvd. in March 2010. Nelson said she chose Suwanee for the location of her salon because it was an up and coming community with its

Fall Fashion Trends ’12

Apparel & Accessory Trends: Oversized outerwear, royal brocades and head-to-toe leather are the season’s biggest trends. Deep chocolate brown and olive green shades of avant-garde and cutting edge intensity leopard print patterns with accessories of leather and velvet combinations add intense appeal for an unforgettable statement. Salmon and mauve shades of pure virtue and divinely

Meet Beth Hilscher

Interview with Suwanee’s Newest City Council Member After serving as a Suwanee City Council member for nearly 10 years, Jace Brooks resigned to run for Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners, and as a result, Suwanee City Council welcomed new council member, Beth Hilscher, who ran unopposed, to her first meeting in July. At Suwanee Magazine,

The Fresh Market: Fresh Eats

Since opening in June 2006, The Fresh Market, located at 1500 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in Suwanee, offers the atmosphere of an old world European market with its unique fare, outstanding quality and an array of departments including an old-style butcher shop and fish market, bakery, produce and floral stand, and delicatessen all under one roof.

With Cooler Weather on the Way…Bring on Autumn

School is in session and before you know it there will be a nip of cooler weather in the air. As we welcome a change in temperature, perhaps it’s time to make some changes in the décor around your home. To set the mood for the new season, spice up your home with a fabulous

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Suwanee Magazine Currently Loving

Currently Loving

Snapshots of the food, shops, events and more we’re loving around town. Family-Friendly Holiday Evening I’m looking forward to taking my kiddos to Suwanee’s annual Holly Jolly Day. Town Center is the perfect backdrop for a festive holiday evening, and my kids will love the crafts, s’mores and the annual lighting of the tree, not

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All For Lunch

All For Lunch

Local nonprofit All For Lunch is working to pay off school lunch debts in Georgia. By: Lizzy Kidney School lunch debt is an all-too-common reality for school districts across the nation. With many students facing unpaid balances for school meals, the practice of stigmatizing kids or “lunch shaming” has become a national issue. Suwanee native

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Suwanee Wine Fest

Suwanee Wine Fest donates to Annandale Village

The 7th annual Suwanee Wine Fest took place on November 2nd, 2019, at Suwanee Town Center Park. Each year the festival organizers have partnered with local nonprofit, Annandale Village, as their benefiting charity. Annandale Village is a residential and nursing facility off of Satellite Boulevard in Suwanee that provides life assistance to adults with developmental

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