Event Calendar for  2020           "We had to cancel several events and hope to add events to this years schedule but you know what is causing promblems so it is a wait and see kinda of thing!

Flavor of Georgia Food  Product Contest

 TBA ? 2020 Athens Closed to public

postponed due to you know what!

Made in Georgia Festival  Canceled

June 27-28, 2020 

The Third Annual Made in Georgia Festival will be held over the weekend of June 27 & 28, 2020 (the weekend prior to the 4th of July holiday). This event has grown from 75 vendors to over 125 vendors in just three short years. All artists/vendors must be from Georgia and make their product(s) in Georgia. Products must be grown, baked, raised, crafted, brewed, sewn, etc. in Georgia! Come celebrate all that is Georgia and applaud our Georgia farmers, artists and craftspeople. Classes are also a big part of this event - cooking classes by Georgia Grown chefs, how-to classes by local artists, plants and shrub classes, and, classes designed just for kids. All for the low price of $5/person (children under 14 are free). This is a 2-day show, Saturday and Sunday, June 27 & 28, 10 - 5 on Saturday and 11 - 4 on Sunday.


Towns County Recreation & Conference Center

150 Foster Park Road

Young Harris GA

Foxfire Mountaineer Festival Canceled

October 3, 2020

Head to Clayton, Georgia in October to join the Foxfire Mountaineer Festival. This is a celebration of the heritage of the Southern Appalachian Mountains, and it’s a wonderful place to learn about historic skills and trades. Local and regional vendors will be serving food, and you can listen to bluegrass and gospel music on the stage. This festival is all about keeping history and tradition alive, so come ready to learn about things like woodworking, textiles, blacksmithing, land pottery. Wood chopping and archery contests are also fun ways to spend the day.


Bostwick Cotton Gin Festival

November 7, 2020

The Bostwick Cotton Gin Festival began to save the Susie Agnes Hotel in the late 80's. Thanks to local residents, money was raised to purchase the hotel from a private owner and restoration began. The festival centers around an operating cotton gin, tractor parade, arts and crafts and live music.

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