Builder Partnership’s Lee Evans Award Winner, Windsong Properties’ Greg Norwood recently graduated with a Master of Public Administration in Construction Management from the College of Architecture and Construction Management at Kennesaw State University.
May is National Barbecue Month, and since Memorial Day weekend kicks off the official summer grilling season, we thought we would help you celebrate with some tips and tidbits about how to welcome the season in style.
Friday, May 18, 2018, is International Museum Day, which began in 1977 as a way to raise awareness that “Museums are an important means of cultural exchange, enrichment of cultures, and development of mutual understanding, cooperation, and peace among peoples.”
Georgia is home to a plethora of museums, with dozens in and around cities where Windsong communities are located.
Whether you prefer art, history, science, or nature, you’ll find a museum that suits your interest within a short drive of home!
With retirement looming (or in the rear-view mirror), Boomers seek homes that require less time to maintain: fewer rooms, single story, less (or no) landscape maintenance, to allow them to pursue hobbies, travel, or simply relax for the first time in a very long time.
May 6 through 12 is National Travel and Tourism Week, which began in 1983 as a way for cities, states, and regions to put their best foot forward and encourage people to visit their communities, shop, dine, and check out special attractions in the area.
Travel and tourism doesn’t mean you have to leave home: there are plenty of things to do and see right here in Georgia, so this week we’ll share some of the Georgia tourism opportunities that you can take in during a day trip, or weekend getaway:
If you’ve been looking for an opportunity to volunteer in your community, Earth Day (April 22) offers a plethora of volunteer gigs, ensuring you’ll likely find one that will suit you.
Throughout north Georgia, individuals and groups are invited to participate in community service projects through organizations including Adopt-A-Stream, Park Pride, Trees Atlanta, and more.
Although the weather has been frustrating this year, April 15 is our official “last day of frost risk” in north Georgia, which means it’s safe to begin setting out certain plants in your courtyard garden.
For flower gardeners, now is the time to plant cannas, daylilies, hosta, and caladium, whose bulbs and tubers need warm ground temperatures to thrive and produce their show-stopping blooms and foliage throughout the summer.
Did you know MUST gives out TEN barrels (2,000 lbs.) of food or 2,500 canned items every single day to feed the hungry in Cobb and Cherokee counties?