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3 things to do in Forsyth County this week
Touch a Truck
Scout Godwin, 6, sits in the driver seat of a Forsyth County Fire Engine, after exploring the inside of its cab during the fifth annual Post Road Library Touch a Truck event held in 2018. - photo by Alexander Popp
‘The Passion Play’

What: WayPoint, the youth group of St. Brendan The Navigator Catholic Church, presents ‘The Passion Play,’ recounting the story of Jesus Christ through the unique use of shadows and light.

When: Sunday, March 24, at 6:45 p.m.

Where: South Forsyth High School, at 585 Peachtree Parkway in Cumming.

Cost: Free entry. 

Festival of Arts

What: The 12th annual Cumming First United Methodist Church Festival of Arts opens this weekend. The event was established in 2008 to showcase professional and student art as well as the performing arts. Galleries are open daily from noon to 8 p.m., while there is an array of events until the festival ends Sunday, April 7.

When: Sunday, March 24, through Sunday, April 7

Where: Cumming First United Methodist Church, at 770 Canton Highway in Cumming.

Cost: Free entry to galleries. Admission for select events.

Contact: www.cfumcga.com 

Touch-a-truck

What: The Cumming-Forsyth County Chamber of Commerce hosts a touch-a-truck family fun and networking event. Connect with members of the Chamber and community while getting an up-close look at fire trucks, ambulances, school buses and Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office vehicles, with food by Hacienda Bar & Grill.

When: Thursday, March 28, from 5:30-8 p.m.

Where: Cumming Fairgrounds, at 235 Castleberry Road in Cumming.

Cost: Free entry.