This year's Johns Creek Festival got off to a soggy start on Saturday but Sunday turned out to be a bright sunny day with just a hint of autumn in the air.
A steady stream of cars made their way onto the festival grounds and by mid afternoon was filling up fast.
Along with a good selection of arts and crafts booths, was a wide variety of food vendors, a Kids Zone and a line up of live entertainment.
Now in its second year, the Festival Dog Parade brought 25 pooches and their owners - the dogs, and many of the owners - were decked out in an array of costumes.
City Clerk Joanie Jones was the pet parade MC and three judges Karen Edge (Johns Creek Volunteer of the Year), Rebecca a student and member of the National Honor Society and Nora Hansen, with Student Leadership, evaluated the entrants on a variety of categories including best costume and cutest critter.
The Johns Creek Arts Festival relies on volunteers to make it a successful event. If you're interested in volunteering for next year's festival, contact Maggie Barker, volunteer coordinator, at 770-500-8784.