Candy Cane Hunt to be Held at the Mable House

Candy cane 1Come and join the Cobb County PARKS as we celebrate our annual Candy Cane Hunt at the Mable House Art Center on Saturday, December 5th from 10am-12pm. Ring in the holiday spirit with this cherished family event.  We will be roasting marshmallows, decorating cookies, building mini-gingerbread houses, making reindeer food and more!  The best part? Thousands of candy canes will be ready for the little ones to hunt! End the day with a quick visit with Santa and a free photo with a donation of a gift/toy for a needy child. This year we especially need items for teens ages 13-17.  Wear your gloves and scarves!! Admission and parking are free.

The Mable House is located at 5239 Floyd Road in Mableton. For more information, call (770) 528-8885.

23rd Annual St. Nicks Café

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This year's show is an encore presentation of the original staff play "All Through the Houze". The Houze teens are not into the holiday spirit like their Dad wishes, but Santa and some of the reindeer save the day! A sweet comedy for adults and youth alike!

Santa will be at all three shows. All three shows will be interpreted for the deaf and hard of hearing. The performances will be on December 5th at 9am for a breakfast show, and at 11am and 1pm for lunch shows. Breakfast and lunch will be catered by Jason’s Deli. Tickets are $12 and are going fast to this family holiday tradition! Get yours today by calling (770) 509-2700 or go to

Pipeline Project - Expect Delays on Terrell Mill Road

The Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority is replacing 6.1 miles of pipe that is more than 50 years old with new, larger pipes that will meet the service area’s current and future water needs. The project will be completed by the end of 2017.

The new starting point for construction of Section 1 of the East Cobb Pipeline Project will be on Terrell Mill Road just north of Haverford Lane (near the fire station). The first construction segment will extend to Greenwood Trail.

Drivers can expect traffic delays to begin on Friday, September 18th as crews begin to prepare the road to shift traffic flow to accommodate the construction area. This process will take about a week, and traffic control personnel will be on hand to guide drivers and help keep traffic flowing as smoothly as possible in both directions. Also during this time, drivers

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