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August 28, 2014 | Laurel Canyon | Comments 0

Send Summer Off in Style at Soleil Laurel Canyon

Who says weekends have to end on Sunday? Keep your party going into Monday as communities all across the state celebrate Labor Day this Monday, Sept. 1, 2014. No matter where you live, there will be great festivities to send summer off in style.

At Soleil Laurel Canyon, residents will be treated to an evening of food, fun and friends beside a sparkling pool. A summer feast of barbecue chopped chicken and pork sandwiches, baked beans, coleslaw, mac n’ cheese and more will be available to residents, as well as live music from the band “Cover to Cover.”

For the city of Canton, the Hickory Flat-Out 5K road race will be returning to the streets this year, offering residents of the city a way to be both active and help a great organization in return. The race begins Monday at 7:30 a.m. and all proceeds will benefit Hide and Seek Day Camp in Cherokee County.

If you happen to be near the beautiful North Georgia Mountains this weekend, stop by the charming town of Cleveland for the Labor Day Weekend Sunset Tours, which offer a unique perspective into the town’s zoo full of baby exotic animals. Refreshments are provided as you watch the sun set. Activities such as a hay ride, camel encounter and firefly watch are just a few of the great ways to spend Labor Day in North Georgia.

And if you’re heading to the city, there’s still plenty of entertaining things to do. From the Chick-fil-A college football kick-off games at the Georgia Dome to Dragon Con night at the Georgia Aquarium, you certainly won’t be at a loss for things to do this holiday. So sleep in a little longer this Monday and go do something fun to help you say “so long” to sweet summertime!

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