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FAMILY EVENTS




        MOTHER/SON HALLOWEEN DANCE             BOO-TACULAR FUN RUN!
        (11153)                                Get ready to show off your Halloween costume at the Boo-tacular Fun Run,
        Dancing, music, games, prizes, refresh-  Friday, Oct. 15, at 6:30 pm Superheroes, pirates, princesses and ghosts, etc. are
        ments, pictures and fun! All boys and   invited to walk, skip or run! This is not a timed run. The 2.4k (1.5-mile) course
        adult females welcome. Friday, October   begins and ends at the picnic shelter at the pond in Roswell Area Park. After
        15, 2021, at Bill Johnson Community    the run, enjoy a hayride and roasting marshmallows. Runners will receive a race
        Activity Building, 7-9 pm              medal, apple cider, and supplies to make s’mores. This is a fun family event
        44TH ANNUAL FREE                       with no scary costumes invited. Discount available for early registration before
        THANKSGIVING LUNCHEON:                 Sept. 17. Program Number: 21308-01.(the race is in rectrac as a ticket event)
        Don’t miss the Annual tradition Thanks-  For more information, call 770-817-6670
        giving Feast Luncheon on Wednesday,    Virtual Race for the Boo-Tacular Fun Run
        November 17, starting at noon. RSVP by   If you can’t participate in the race but still want to have a boo-tacular time, how
        November 10. The event is free to anyone   about a virtual race? Map out a 2.4K (1.5-mile) run course on a day and time that is
        50 years and older in the community.   good for you, and have your own fun run! Of course, we still encourage you to dress
        Turkey, dressing and beverages will be   up in your Halloween costumes.
        provided. Come enjoy good food, friends
        and music! For more information and to   HALLOWEEN FUN HOUSE
        register, call 770-641-3950. Special en-  Children 8 and under come dressed in costumes or just as you are! Enjoy face
        tertainment provided. Event is sponsored   painting, carnival games, inflatables, hayrides, and more! The event is free and
        by Roswell Recreation, Parks, Historic &   concessions are available for purchase. All children must be accompanied by
        Cultural Affairs Department.           an adult. Friday, October 22, 4:30-7 pm at East Roswell Recreation Center. If
                                               you are interested in sponsoring or volunteering for this event, please contact
        CANDY CANE FUN RUN 2.4K                Lauren at 770-594-6134 or lmmconnell@roswellgov.com.
        All runners, walkers and even skippers
        are invited to join us for a jolly good
        time! Come dressed in your ugly holiday
        sweater or other festive attire. The fun run
        starts at 6:30 pm and is not a timed run.
        The 2.4k (1.5-mile) course is on the trail
        in Roswell Area Park. Start and finish by
        the Picnic Shelter at the pond in Roswell
        Area Park. After the run, enjoy a hayride
        through the park and roasting marshmal-
        lows. Bring your camera and have your
        picture taken with Santa at the end of the
        run! Runners will receive a holiday race
        medal and supplies to make your favor-
        ite s’mores and hot chocolate. Discount
        available for early registration before Nov.
        5. Candy Cane Fun Run on Friday, Dec. 3,
        at Roswell Area Park, starting at 6:30 pm.
        Virtual Race for the Candy Can Fun Run
        If you can’t participate in the race but still
        want to get your race merriment going,
        how about a virtual race? Map out a
        2.4K (1.5-mile) run course on a day and
        time that is good for you, and have your
        own Candy Cane Run! Of course, we still
        encourage you to dress up in your festive
        attire.




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