Exciting Weekend Ahead: 5 Must-Do Activities in Cobb County

This weekend in Cobb County will feature an impressive variety of events, ensuring that something will appeal to all. One can enhance their weekend by attending these captivating events, regardless of their inclination towards food, sports, art, or nature.

Market at Acworth Farm
Logan Farm Park’s Acworth Farmer’s Market is an excellent place to begin a Friday morning. Presenting an extensive assortment of locally cultivated produce, including eggs, cheese, freshly baked bread, and more, this market is open every Friday until October 25. Acquiring artisanal goods and farm-fresh produce has never been easier at this location (4404 Cherokee St., Acworth).

Phoenix Diamondbacks versus Atlanta Braves
Rejoice, baseball aficionados! Support the Atlanta Braves as they travel to Arizona Diamondbacks at Truist Park this upcoming weekend. You have numerous opportunities to watch the action and help your preferred team, as games are scheduled for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Embrace the exhilaration of the most beloved pastime in America.

The Jim R. Miller Park Spring Arts Festival
Cobb Parks’ inaugural Spring Arts Festival promises an all-day celebration of inspiration and beauty. This event promises family-friendly arts and crafts, live performances, and engaging activities for all ages and will be held at Jim R. Miller Park on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. It is the ideal occasion to celebrate the thriving arts community in Cobb County and manifest your artistic side.

Craft Photography Workshops at Art Blooms
Photographic aficionados, listen up! Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Smith Gilbert Gardens will be the location of a hands-on photography workshop led by instructor David Batley. You will discover effective methods for capturing breathtaking images with the special functions of your digital camera, whether you are a novice or an experienced photographer. Be sure to reserve your position for this enlightening experience in advance, as registration is mandatory.

Eight Flags Over Georgia hosts low-sensory Sundays.
Low Sensory Sundays are being implemented by Six Flags Over Georgia as a gesture of appreciation for World Autism Month. These days aim to create an environment that is both serene and welcoming to guests who have cerebral impairments, physical limitations, or mobility issues. For the initial two hours of operation (11 a.m. to 1 p.m.) on April 7, 14, 21, and 28, the park will provide peaceful break areas and reduced noise levels. For improved accessibility throughout the complex, guests may obtain the IBCCES Individual Accessibility Card.

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