Community Partners

In addition to artists, we invite some of Marietta’s non-profits to join us with a booth at the festival. We appreciate all that they do to support our community.


Founded in 1974, Cobb Landmarks tells the stories and preserves the places that formed our community. Our programming reflects our commitment expanding interpretation so that every story is told and every voice is heard – past and present. We empower our community with an understanding of the events, people, and places from our past so that we may all strive for a better future.


CASA Cobb County

Cobb County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is a court-based program of the Juvenile Court of Cobb County. It was created to provide a voice to speak for the best interests of abused and neglected children involved in dependency proceedings.



Marietta Cobb Museum of Art

Marietta Cobb Museum of Art endeavors to build community through art. With a focus on American Art, the museum hosts exhibitions and classes throughout the year along with Chalktoberfest on the Marietta Square.



Marietta History Center

The Marietta History Center opened in 1996 with galleries and exhibits housed on the second floor of the historic Kennesaw House building in downtown Marietta.  The MHC houses the largest collection artifacts relating to Marietta and Cobb County’s history.



MUST Ministries Neighborhood Pantry – Anna Longacre

MUST Neighborhood Pantry‘s mission is to eliminate hunger for at-risk students in local schools, giving them a greater opportunity to succeed in school and life. We partner with schools by providing food and toiletries to at risk students and families through our campus-based food pantry program. We work very closely with their school social workers, counselors and staff to identify children and families in crisis. Once a month, including the summer, families can come to the pantry and choose items their families need and enjoy.