3 fun things, Sept. 24-25


Swine Wine Weekend

North Georgia has more than just fall colors to offer. It’s also home to Three Sisters Vineyards and its Swine Wine weekends, where, as they put it, “pork meets cork.” On Saturdays and Sundays through October, you can nosh on barbecue while sampling selections of Fat Boy wines from Dahlonega’s first family farm winery. Food trucks also will be on-site, serving other food options. Kick back with your plate and pour of choice to the sounds of live music. Tastes and treats will cost you, but admission is free.

11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 24; noon-5 p.m. Sept. 25. Free admission. Three Sisters Vineyards, 439 Vineyard Way, Dahlonega. 706-865-9463, threesistersvineyards.com.


Ready, Steady, Balance

According to the Georgia Department of Public Health, a Cobb resident goes to the emergency room every hour because of a serious fall. The Cobb County Public Library System is out to reduce that number by offering the Ready, Steady, Balance clinic, teaching ways to prevent the kinds of falls that can be devastating for older citizens. Refine your balance, watch the movement improvement demonstrations and hear from experts about how to develop an action plan for falls prevention.

11 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 24. Free. West Cobb Regional Library, 1750 Dennis Kemp Lane, Kennesaw. 770-528-4699, cobbcat.org.


Beyond My Stone

The founding families of historic Roswell may be long gone, but their voices live on, thanks to volunteers from the Roswell Historical Society. During this rain-or-shine event, costumed society members will give life to the stories of prominent residents who now repose in the Old Roswell Cemetery. Re-enactors will tell their tales while standing next to their counterparts’ graves. Listen in and learn a bit more about the city’s history.

5:30-7 p.m. Sept. 24. $5-$15 (maximum $30 per family). Old Roswell Cemetery, Alpharetta Highway and Woodstock Street, Roswell. 770-992-1665, roswellhistoricalsociety.org.

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