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Spring is just around the corner in metro Atlanta. While March 20th is the official first day of spring this year, the warm temperatures and blooming red buds make it feel like it’s already here. What better way to celebrate this early changing of the seasons than with a fun St. Patrick’s Day event you can enjoy with the whole family?

Paddy’s Day PathFest

  • Saturday, March 12th
  • Braselton, GA

This fun event celebrates the Braselton Life Path, starting with a decorated golf cart parade at 10 a.m. The parade is followed by a Quest Challenge, a fun race where teams will travel through several businesses located along the LifePath searching for clues to complete the challenge. To find out how to participate, go to

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It was great to see everyone at the Peggy Slappey Properties client appreciation festival this past Saturday, October 23rd. The event is held each year as the leaves begin to change and is a fantastic opportunity for PSP clients - both old and new - to gather and enjoy some fall fun.

This year's event was held at the Buford Corn Maze. Over 700 RSVPs were received, and PSP agents turned out in force to greet everyone as they trickled in from 1pm until 6pm. There was cotton candy, a balloon artist, barbecue lunch, and a pumpkin for each family. Guests explored the corn maze, took a hayride, played on the jumping pillow, and posed for photos with photographer Jpegs By JGlo. If you or your family posed for the camera, look for an email with

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It's time to take a hayride, pick a pumpkin, and find your way through a corn maze. It's fall, y'all, and we've rounded up a few of our favorite places in Northeast Georgia to celebrate the changing season. Be sure to call ahead, especially when the weather is uncertain, to check hours and availability.  

Buford Corn Maze

Buford Corn Maze is the close-to-home fall excursion you don’t want to miss. Find your way through the five-acre maze, visit with farm animals, take a hayride, and even walk through the haunted forest. Tickets start at just $16 and can be purchased online or in person. Hours vary, but you can check them out HERE.

Jaemor Farms

The Jaemor Farms Harvest Celebration started in mid September and goes through the first weekend

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Labor Day is just around the corner, and families across metro Atlanta are excited to celebrate the three-day weekend. The holiday marks the unofficial start of fall and brings with it exciting events across the Metro Atlanta area. Check out a few of our favorites below, and have a very happy Labor Day weekend!

Marietta Art in the Park

  • September 4-6, 2021
  • Downtown Marietta: Free Admission

A Labor Day Weekend tradition, Art in the Park is back this year to celebrate the arts by featuring both local and national artists at Glover Park in Marietta. Not only does the event feature 175 artists, but it also encourages participation with Chalk Spot, a street chalk art display for all, as well as Children’s Art Alley, offering free crafts

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The fireworks shows are ON for 2021! It's an exciting return to normal across the metro Atlanta area as communities get ready to celebrate Independence Day this Sunday, July 4th. Check out this short list of some of our favorite spots to kick back in a lawn chair and celebrate our great country.

Lawrenceville - Friday, July 2: Held in the downtown area on the Lawrenceville Lawn, this Prelude to the Fourth features special performances by Riley Biederer and Electric Avenue. The even runs from 5pm until 10pm, with fireworks beginning at dusk. 

Norcross - Saturday, July 3: The annual Red, White & Boom will have food vendors, bounce houses and face painting with a DJ inside Lillian Webb Park from 5:30pm to 9:30pm. 

Auburn - Saturday, July 3:

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It's that time again, when temperatures are dropping each night below freezing in metro Atlanta. It's not just the standing water outside that freezes. If you're not careful, it could be the water lines inside your home, too. But there are easy steps you can take today to save the hassle and expense of frozen and burst pipes this winter. 

Set Faucets to a Trickle

When temperatures are sure to fall below freezing, set faucets in kitchens and baths to a slow trickle overnight. Letting the water drip may not be enough to avoid frozen pipes. This is especially helpful on faucets located on outer walls in older homes that may have less efficient insulation.

Open Cabinet Doors

Open cabinet doors under sinks to allow warm air to circulate,

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Halloween will undoubtedly look a little different this year. There will be fewer parties, and less people attending those that are held. But one thing is certain: the kids will be out in force on Halloween night, gathering goodies as they trick-or-treat house to house. Keep those princesses and superheroes safe with a few simple rules, updated for 2020.

  1. Keep your group small this year and stay together throughout your route.
  2. Give other groups of trick-or-treaters plenty of space.
  3. Carry hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes.
  4. Glow in the dark! Reflective materials and flashlights let drivers more easily see kids who accidentally wander into the street.  The Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports that children are four times more likely
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Peggy Slappey Properties was happy to host the recent Ribbon Cutting at Lilburn's newest active adult community, The Cottages at Noble Village. There are 68 new home sites in the community, with several homes fully complete and ready for a quick move-in this fall. The event included cocktails and hors d'oeuvres catered by local eatery, 1910 Public House. Lilburn business owners and officials attended the event, as did local real estate agents and buyers curious about these elegant new ranch townhomes and the walkable lifestyle the community offers.

Lilburn Mayor Tim Dunn was a featured speaker and council members Dr. Scott Batterton, Eddie Price, and Emil Powella were also in attendance. Mayor Dunn commented that Lilburn is a great home for a

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Memorial Day is an important day of observance, a national American holiday where we pause to remember and appreciate the sacrifice of our fallen service members. Unfortunately, this year’s observances of Memorial Day across the country will look a bit different than they have in years past. With CDC guidelines still advising against gatherings of more than 10 people, parades and events have been cancelled in towns both large and small.

But in Gwinnett County, officials decided to get creative. Instead of cancelling the annual event, the usual ceremony will be moved online. It will include a performance of the Star Spangled Banner and Taps followed by a three-volley salute. There will be remarks by County Commission Board Members and Retired Marine

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Spring is in the air, Metro Atlanta! The new season officially begins on Thursday, March 19th. It’s time to start planning for your favorite local events, fairs, and festivals to enjoy as the weather gets warmer and the days longer. Mark these fun events on your calendar:

St. Paddy’s on Perry – Lawrenceville

This fun event happens this Saturday, March 14th starting at 3pm in historic Downtown Lawrenceville, GA. This is a family friendly event featuring cold brews, traditional Irish food, food and drink competitions, and live music on the outdoor stage. Visit for all the details.

Paddy’s Day PathFest - Braselton

Visit Braselton, GA on Saturday, March 14th from 10am to 4pm for the Paddy’s Day PathFest. There will

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