Here is a list of important dates that we think Roswell residents will want to know as they start their week.
Georgia students only have until April 16 to enter the second annual Young Lungs at Work art competition, guided by the theme “Act Now for Clean Air.” K-12 students are invited to create authentic comic strips and videos that illustrate the positive impact that actions such as riding the bus, turning off an idling car engine or carpooling to school with a friend can have on Georgia’s air quality.
Visit CleanAirCampaign.org to learn about entry requirements and additional contest details.
Have an antique you think might be worth something? Now is the time to make your reservation with appraiser Richard Williams before the April 28 event is completely booked.
Williams will be at the , Saturday, April 28 at 11 a.m. to give treasure hunters valuable insight on what their loot might be worth.
Make advanced reservations by calling 770-641-3978. The appraisal costs $10 and has a limit of two items. No jewelry, coins or stamps, allowed. For more information visit www.southerntrilogy.com or contact the Smith Plantation at 770-641-3978.
Tickets for next week's performance of “Who Poisoned his Meatball” by the More or Less Players may be reserved now by calling the 770-641-3950.
The More or Less Players, the drama club at Roswell's Adult Recreation Center, will present their ninth play - a dinner theater murder mystery - on April 20-21 at 5 p.m. and April 22 at 2 p.m. at the Roswell Adult Recreation Center, 830 Grimes Bridge Road.
Tickets, which are available in advance only because of limited space, are $12 per person and include a spaghetti dinner.