Sunday October 4th, 2015 7:51PM

Races, concerts, festivals top list of tings to do in Suwanee this year

By Staff
SUWANEE - The City of Suwanee 2014 event calendar boasts more than 40 events and denotes expansion of two of the City's most popular reasons to gather: Food Truck Fridays and the annual Suwanee Day Festival. <br /> <br /> Like to walk or run? Private organizations are offering more than a dozen walk/run events, including races as well as community walk/run evenings sponsored by Big Peach.<br /> <br /> Like to gather with friends? The 2014 calendar includes several popular festivals: The Suwanee Beer Fest, Braves Game on the Green, Star 94's Woofstock, and the North Gwinnett Arts Association's Arts in the Park, to name just a few.<br /> <br /> Like to eat? The very popular Food Truck Fridays have been extended. Come enjoy food truck fare the first Friday of the month from April through October (with the exception of July). A wing festival has been added as a component to the 10th anniversary community concert in August.<br /> <br /> Probably the most significant change to the event calendar is expansion of Suwanee Day to a two-day festival. The fall community festival has been rebranded as Suwanee Fest and will be held Saturday and Sunday, September 20 and 21.<br /> <br /> Find a complete listing of 2014 City of Suwanee events at<br />
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