This weekend, get into the holiday spirit by attending the Cherokee Heights Arts Festival! On Saturday, November 12, Traton Homes will once again be a proud sponsor for this year’s event which will feature local art, handmade gifts, children’s activities and live music, all just minutes from the Historic Marietta Square. The event will be located on Etowah Drive (between Freyer and Seminole Drives) in Marietta.
It’s never too early to get a head start on that long holiday shopping list or to treat yourself to something special “just because.” Meet friendly vendors and purchase anything from jewelry to clothing to purses, scarves, quilts, metal work, paintings/oil, pastels/painted windows, photography, stationary, birdhouse, soaps, wreaths, felting, pottery, gifts for children and more! You can also browse books (all written by local authors) while tapping your toes to live music as you shop. Children that attend will enjoy face painting, creating their own sand art and a visit from Santa! Freshly made baked goods will be available for purchase as well. To see the list of participating artists and the full musical lineup, visit the website here.
Also located in Marietta is Traton’s Olde Anderson Estates community. Offering homes priced from the $780,000s, only four opportunities remain including three homes that are ready now. Homes feature luxurious interiors, detailed architectural exteriors and three-car garages.
Students living at Olde Anderson Estates attend top-rated schools including Walton High, Dodgen Middle and Eastside Elementary.
For more information on these Cobb County new homes, visit www.tratonhomes.com or call Leslie Green, New Homes Specialist, at 404-788-7702.