There’s always plenty to do in and around Smyrna and, as summer gets going, that’s even more the case than it is at other times of year. If you’re looking for other events or attractions, be sure to ask your Realtor; they’re always aware of things to do.
Acworth Dragon Boat Festival
This is the Third Annual Acworth Dragon Boat Race, and it’s a great family event to check out if you’re in Smyrna during the beginning of May. The Event helps the Loving Arms Cancer Outreach. Competitors include corporate, city, and other teams. If you haven’t seen a Dragon Boat, it’s worth the trip. These vessels have 20 rowers each and are adorned with dragon heads on each end of the boat. If you’re an avid photographer, this is a great event. You can get more information by clicking here.
Smyrna Food Truck Tuesdays
Starting May 7
3180 Atlanta Rd SE
Food Truck Tuesdays are back and you’ll be able to enjoy this weekly event all the way through October this year. Every Tuesday, at Taylor-Brawner Park, a variety off different food trucks gather, offering plenty of options to explore. You’re sure to have some favorite food trucks by the end of the season, and are unlikely to run out of new options to try. The trucks set up near the playground. If you have a hard time finding parking, you can also use the Community Bank of the South lot, located close to the intersection of Atlanta Road and Concord Spring. This is a fun community event and a great way to meet your neighbors. You can get more information by clicking here.
Kennesaw Grand Prix 5K Race Series
Race Day begins 6am
Over the course of the summer, there will be six races that make up the Kennesaw Grad Prix. The May event will be held on the 11 and, in addition to the race, there will be plenty of information available on getting fit and health in general. If you ran during the Jonquil Festival in Smyrna last month, these races are good opportunities to stay competitive and in great shape. For more information on the first of the races, the Swift Cantrell Classic, you can click here.
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Earl and Rachel Smith Strand Theatre
117 North Park Square
This John Hughes classic will be playing at the Earl and Rachel Smith Strand Theater and, if you want a night out at the movies with the assurance that the selection will be a good one, this is a great event. Tickets cost $8-$9, with senior citizens, military members, and students all eligible for the discounted prices. Come early and you can catch a show by the Mighty Allen Theatre Organ. For more information click here.