More bus tours are planned for this summer, but the first ever guided ArtAround Roswell Bike Tour will be making the rounds to celebrate National Bike Month with a tour scheduled for 2 - 5 p.m. May 21. For more information, go to www.RoswellArtsFund.org/events/ or contact www.BikeRoswell.com.
A special evening tour is in the works to accompany the First Friday Art Gallery Walks that begin in May. And as Roswell is now home to a handful of home-grown craft breweries, “Brewery and Art Walks” will also be on tap. The Roswell Adult Recreation Center on Grimes Bridge Road is planning a tour for seniors, and children can join the Recreation and Parks Summer Camp program tour. The guided tours will continue beyond the spring and summer and into October, for National Arts and Humanities Month.
You can also be your own guide by downloading the Otocast mobile guide app to phone or mobile devices, or visit www.ArtAroundRoswell.org to learn the locations and plan an inexpensive, great date or outing.
The Roswell Arts Fund raised the money to purchase “Oak Leaf Triptych,” located near the playground at Roswell Area Park, and the Roswell Wine Festival donated proceeds to buy “Smoke,” situated in Roswell Town Square Park. They’re free to view, but you’re free to purchase one, too, if your budget allows.