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Discover WDSTK Scavenger Hunt

August 2 - August 17

provides a unique experience as participants team up to gather photographic evidence of their journey through 100 different venues in Woodstock. Teams will compete to win a $100 Downtown Dollars Gift Certificate and other prizes.

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“Puffs (or 7 Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic).”

August 16 - September 1

Potter changed the World of Wizards forever. The Puffs were there also. Friday and Saturday shows at 7:30 p.m., Sunday shows (and Aug. 24) at 2:30 p.m. No show on Aug. 25. Opening night reception will follow the Aug. 16 show. American Sign Language--interpreted show on Sept. 1st. Rated PG-13. Elm Street Theater www.elmstreetarts.org

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Lantern Series

August 17

7:30 p.m., Elm Street Cultural Arts Center’s Event Green, 113 Elm St., www.elmstreetarts.org/lantern-series. Aug. 17: The Lone Bellow, alt indie country, Nashville Sept. 7: Soulsha, funk-inspired, Boston

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Rockstock in Woodstock,

August 17

sponsored by Atlanta’s Rock Station 100.5 at the Northside Cherokee Amphitheater and The Park at City Center. Featuring tribute bands; a Kidz Zone with a jump house; food trucks; pop up shops, and beer, wine and spirit service. www.freshtix.com/events/rockstock-in-woodstock.

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Vegetable Gardening

August 17

The UGA Master Gardener Extension volunteers of Cherokee County present Fall Vegetable Gardening at 10:30 a.m. at Rose Creek Library, 4476 Towne Lake Parkway. Learn to extend your garden season to enjoy fresh vegetables into the holidays. To register, visit www.cherokeemastergardenersinc.wildapricot.org, call 770-721-7803 or email uge1057@uga.edu.

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Canton Duck Race.

August 17

Thousands of rubber ducks will be launched into the Etowah River. Watch them race to the foot bridge that connects Etowah River Park to Heritage Park. The race starts at 6 p.m., and will benefit 10 Canton charities. The prizes for first, second, and third place ducks are $1,000, $500 and $250. The first silver […]

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Renew Women’s Conference

August 17

is 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at Hickory Flat United Methodist Church, 4056 East Cherokee Drive, Canton. Keynote speaker is Karen Stubbs, founder of Birds on a Wire, a ministry for moms. www.hickoryflat.org/renew.

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