Since 2009, the Cherokee Heights Arts Festival has been a popular event for Marietta-area residents looking to enjoy local artistry and get a jump start on their holiday shopping. This year, Traton Homes is excited to announce that one of our newest communities, Montgomery Park, will be a sponsor of this year’s Cherokee Heights Arts Festival.
Scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Cherokee Heights Arts Festival features a variety of local artists showcasing jewelry, paintings, scarves, purses, pottery, wreaths and much more. Musical entertainment will be provided throughout the day and for children, a kid’s art booth will feature such favorites as sand art and face painting.
The Cherokee Heights Arts Festival is located just off of Historic Marietta Square on Etowah Drive between Freyer Drive and Seminole Drive. Montgomery Park’s convenient location within walking distance of Historic Marietta Square means that residents will enjoy easy access to the Cherokee Heights Arts Festival for many years to come. Admission to the Festival is free and parking is available along the neighboring streets. For more information on the Cherokee Heights Arts Festival, visit www.cherokeeheightsartsfestival.org.
Construction at Montgomery Park is well underway with ten Cobb County homes sold and an additional six market homes now under construction. Featuring a traditional neighborhood design, residents will enjoy an active and social lifestyle with sidewalks, architecturally planned edge treatments and relaxed open spaces that include a neighborhood park and dog park.
These beautiful single-family homes at Montgomery Park are priced from the low-$300,000s. For more information on Montgomery Park, call 678-391-9492.