Welcome to Lilburn Community Partnership
The Lilburn Community Partnership is a grass roots effort to create and sustain a safe, vibrant, and prosperous Lilburn community. Great communities don’t just happen--they take time and effort from the many entities that make up the community: businesses, neighborhoods, schools, arts and athletic associations, civic and faith organizations, and visitors all working together to do their part to make Lilburn a great place to call home.
Take time to tour our website and whether you are a business owner, a resident or a visitor, we are glad you visited and invite you to explore our town and get to know us.
Wynne-Russell Summer Treasures Sales to start May 3rd.
The LCP is sponsoring Wynne-Russell Treasures Sale beginning May 3rd from 8:30 am until 1:00 pm. Non-commercial sales featureing crafts, art, house wares, baked goods, children's clothing and toys and small furniture will be offered by individuals. Booth spaces will be set up on the grounds of the Wynne-Russell House at 4685 Wynne-Russel Drive and will rent for $15. Download a registration form here and mail in payment. Georgia Dept of Agriculture guidelines for baked goods may be downloaded here.. Go to lilburnevents.com to pay on-line. Additional WR Treaures Sale dates are: July 12, Aug. 2, Sept. 6, Oct. 4, & Nov.1..
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On November 30, Lilburn lit its brand new tree in front of Calvin Fitchett Municipal Complex. After the tree lighting families with their children filed into the auditorium for a handbell performance by the Declaration Ringers, followed by stories read by Mrs. Claus, Mayor Crist and former Mayor Diana Preston. Chopper from the Gwinnett Braves stopped by and children also enjoyed making ornaments to take home.
Then on Saturday, December 7, the 23rd annual Christmas Parade was held down Main Street in Lilburn.. Depite the cold and questionable weather, thousands turned out to see the parade led by Grand Marshall Mrs. Claus followed by bands, antique cars, scout troups, dance teams, floats of all kinds, Chopper and of course Santa Claus himself in his traditional place at the end of the parade..
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