As fall officially kicks off this Sunday, September 22, many families are looking for ways to spend time together enjoying the cooler weather and exploring the local community. One family-favorite tradition that you won’t want to miss is the EAST COBBER Parade and Festival, which is being held this Saturday, September 21 beginning at 10 a.m. at the Fountains of Olde Towne shopping center (736 Johnson Ferry Road). The parade, which will commence at Mount Bethel Elementary school, will travel with a variety of floats, community groups and marching bands one mile towards its final destination at the Fountains of Olde Towne shopping center. Immediately after the parade, families are invited to stick around and enjoy the all-day festival featuring food from local restaurants and civic clubs, carnival games, booths selling goods from local vendors, live entertainment and a kids section with a moonwalk, face painting and special kids games. The EAST COBBER Parade and Festival was started 18 years ago to celebrate the local East Cobb community. Since that time, the area has experienced tremendous growth, and today is one of the top choices for families looking to make a home in metro Atlanta. If you’re looking to call this region home, Brock Built invites you to turn over a new leaf in one of our communities. We are now selling our final homes at both Idlewilde and Lynden Manor, which are located off of Rocky Mountain Road near Steinhauer, Trickum and Shallowford Roads. Both communities of homes in East Cobb are designed to suit growing families with sprawling floor plans complete with today’s best features and finishes. Inside this $600,000-plus homes, you’ll find ample bedroom space, formal and informal living areas, fully equipped gourmet kitchens, outdoor living spaces and much more. While the homes themselves are designed for growing families, so is the surrounding community. Homeowners of these new homes in metro Atlanta will find that a variety of shops, restaurants, recreation, entertainment and cultural opportunities are within just a few minutes’ drive. Plus, their central location is convenient not only to Marietta and East Cobb, but also Roswell and Woodstock. We hope you will enjoy this weekend’s parade and festival, as well as make the time to come tour our Cobb County homes at Idlewilde and Lynden Manor. To learn more about these communities or schedule an appointment, please call Charles Stroupe at 404-786-8435.