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Don Bonachon

Don Bonachon Mexican Bar and Grill

Don Bonachon Mexican Bar and Grill

Family-owned restaurant celebrates a year of bringing authentic Mexican cuisine to the Suwanee community. By: Lizzy James | Photos by Karl Lamb Mexican cuisine isn’t limited to Taco Tuesday and margaritas. When you taste the perfect salsa or bite into an authentic Mexican dish — well, there’s nothing quite like it. Couple that with fresh

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

It’s time to A.C.T.

Assess student performance at the mid-year mark by taking time to ACT: Accountability, Communication and Time Management By: Mike Wood, Language Arts Teacher at North Gwinnett High School I argue that the most difficult transition in a young person’s life is the jump from middle school to high school. The beginning of high school, although

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

Suwanee Wine Fest 2019

Fall is finally here, and with it comes the return of some of our favorite fall festivals! With events like Suwanee Fest, the Duluth Fall Festival, and Taste of Atlanta, there is something happening in and around our community almost every weekend. However, there is one festival in particular that warrants a special place on

Art for All Campaign

The city of Suwanee does not hide its passion for the arts. In 2008, the Public Arts Commission was adopted and since then the city has gained over a dozen artworks, which developers have placed on their properties. Taking it a step further, in 2015, a public master art plan was adopted, which committed Suwanee

Local Students Create Homegrown Zoo

A group of Rivermoore Park residents ages 6-10 recently channeled their inner zookeepers. Over the last few months, the kids have worked diligently researching animals indigenous to Suwanee’s Rivermoore Park, collecting them in various habitats, and caring for them throughout that period with a goal to protect them from their natural predators. The children unveiled

Fourth of July Event Roundup

Stone Mountain Fantastic Fourth Celebration Join Stone Mountain July 1-7 for seven days full of Fourth of July celebrations. Recently voted “Best Place to see Fireworks in Atlanta” by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and a “Must-See Firework Show” by USA Today, Stone Mountain has created a week of great family attractions. For even more fun, stay

Suwanee’s Big Artsy debuts June 15

Get ready for some big, artsy things happening in Suwanee. On June 15th, the City of Suwanee’s new event, Big Artsy, will introduce 13 new art pieces at Town Center Park. These pieces make up the sixth installment of the city’s popular SculpTour exhibition. Since 2011, SculpTour has brought 79 new sculptures to downtown Suwanee,

2019 Suwanee Beer Fest Benefits Cooper’s Crew

There is more to Suwanee Beer Fest than unlimited beer and St. Paddy’s Day revelry. Each year, the festival proudly benefits a local charity organization. The 2019 event donated more than $8,000 of festival proceeds to Cooper’s Crew, a Suwanee-based nonprofit formed in memory and honor of Cooper O’Brien, a North Gwinnett Middle School student

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