Funtober Fall Festivals

Fall Georgia Festivals

Here is the list of September and October fall festivals in Georgia.  A quick glance at the list reveals a really diverse set of parties celebrating fall, the harvest, specific crops, craft beer, and even hummingbirds.  You should definitely be able to find an enjoyable way to celebrate a weekend from this list of festivals.  I guess I’m not surprised – the Oktoberfest in Georgia list revealed that they know how to party in the Deep South.

Last Major Update:


August 2015:

Atlanta Underground Film Festival – Atlanta, GA – August 20-23, 2015

September 2015:

Art in the Park – Marietta – Sept 5-7, 2015
One of Southeast Tourism Society’s Top 20 events. Art displays, artist market, the famous painted pots, historic walking tour and more. It has taken place on Labor Day weekend at Historic Marietta Square and Glover Park since 1986. Free admission with plenty of free parking.

Yellow Daisy Festival – Stone Mountain – Sept 10-13, 2015

Sandy Springs Festival – Sandy Springs, GA – September 19-20, 2015
A tradition since 1984. Artists Market, 5K/10K, live musical entertainment, food, pet parade and children’s park (petting zoo, inflatables, face painting and more).

Atlanta Dragon Boat Festival – Atlanta, GA – Sept 12, 2015
Rome Beer Fest – Rome, GA – September 12, 2015
One Musicfest – Atlanta, GA – September 12, 2015

Music Midtown – Atlanta, GA – September 18-19, 2015

Suwanee Fest – Sept 19-20, 2015
55,000 attend Town Center Park for this event. Arts & crafts, food, live music, children’s rides and more.

Gourdfest – Griffin, GA – September 25-27, 2015
Hoschton Fall Festival – Hoschton, GA – September 25-27, 2015

Taste of Atlanta – Atlanta, GA – September 25-27, 2015

GABBAfest – Macon, GA – September 25-27, 2015

Plains Peanut Festival – Plains, GA – September 26, 2015

Downtown Dalton Beer Festival – Dalton, GA – Sept 26, 2015

Duluth Fall Festival – Duluth, GA – September 26-27, 2015
Consistently attended by 100,000+. Carnival, parade, 5K road race, arts and crafts, food, Man’s Corner and Kids’ Korner.

Great Atlanta Beer Fest – Atlanta, GA – September 26, 2015

Tunes and Balloons Festival – Macon – September 12, 2015
Held at Middle Georgia State College’s Macon Campus.

Rome International Film Festival – Rome, GA – Sept 10-13, 2015
This event is known for its screenings of independent films. MovieMaker called it one of the outstanding film festivals of the Southeast.

Jeep Festival – Jasper, GA – Sept 4-6, 2015
Come enjoy three days of family friendly fun: jeep trails and obstacles, live music and bonfire, helicopter rides, show and shine, and much more! The JeepFest is an annual event that is sponsored and operated by the Pickens Sheriff’s Office.

Fall Bluegrass Festival – Cochran, GA. September 16-20, 2015.
A 4 day family friendly bluegrass festival at Hillside RV Park with stage shows, workshops, jamming, movies, bingo, and other activities. All in a beautiful campground featuring 89 wooded acres, nature trails, saltwater pool, playground, horseshoe pit, and more. Cabin rentals available.

Kids Dig It – Valdosta, GA – September 19, 2015
8th annual event sponsored by Lowndes County 4-H. This is an event to introduce kids and adults to big construction equipment and other local vendors. Kids and adults can enjoy riding in construction equipment and to see how it operates under the supervision of trained technicians. Other big equipment as well as animated characters, concessions and much more will be available. The admission is $5.00 per person (age 2 and under free) with $1.00 per ride on each piece of equipment. The event will be held at the Lowndes County Civic Center (Fairgrounds), 2102 E. Hill Avenue, Valdosta, Ga 31601. For more information call 229-333-5185.

Riverfest Arts & Crafts Festival – Canton, GA – Sept 26-27, 2015
31st annual event. Over 200 arts & crafts vendors, concession stands and entertainers. Children’s area with rides and activities. Free parking and shuttle services. Presented by the Service League with proceeds serving needy
children. Location is Boling Park.

Silver Dollar Bluegrass Festival – Reynolds, GA – Sept 26-27, 2015

Stone Mountain Park Pumpkin Festival – Atlanta, GA – September 25- October 25, 2015. Open Friday through Sunday each weekend.

October 2015:

Georgia Marble Festival – Jasper, GA – October 3-4 2015
35th Annual event. Saturday October 3rd, 10-6 & Sunday October 4th, 10-5 Adults $5 Children 6-12 $3 5 & Under FREE. Parade, Road Race, Marble Quarry Tours, Arts & Crafts, Retail, Food Vendors, Children’s Area and Live Music and Entertainment. Fun For the Entire Family.

Maysville Autumn Leaf Festival – Jasper, GA – Oct 3-4, 2015
This two-day celebration includes a road race, parade, motorcycle ride & expo, fine arts exhibit, arts & crafts booths, entertainment, children’s area, business expo and tours of the marble quarry. 35th annual event at Lee Newtown Park.

Candler Park Fall Festival – Atlanta, GA – Oct. 3-4, 2015
15th annual festival which averages 15,000 attendees per day. Hours are noon-10pm on Saturday and noon-9pm on Sunday. Artist market is noon-6pm both days. Totally 80’s 5k and Fun Fun is 9am on Oct 3. Tour of Homes is noon-6pm October 4th.

Elisha Winn Fair – Dacula, GA – Oct 3-4 2015
Live bluegrass music and tour of 200 yr old historic home with outbuildings. The fair also includes crafts, crafters, reenactors, food and music. The event is sponsored by the Gwinnett Historical Society for the preservation of the Winn Property. Location: 908 Dacula Rd Dacula GA 30019

Summerhill Fall Fest – Atlanta, GA – October 10, 2015

Prater’s Mill Country Fair – Dalton, Georgia – October 10 & 11, 2015

Woodstock Lions Fall Festival – October 10, 2015.
The Woodstock Lions are organizing a fall festival on Oct 10 – 11am – 4pm at 550 Molly Lane – Woodstock GA 30189. Event is free and includes food tastings, live music, art, craft, face painting, Horse rides, and raffles.

Bremen Towne Festival – Bremen, GA – October 17, 2015
22nd annual event.

Brookhaven Arts Festival – Brookhaven, GA – October 17-18, 2015

Social Circle Friendship Festival and Parade – October 3, 2015
21st annual event.

Fairburn Fall Festival – Fairburn, GA – October 3, 2015

Andersonville Historic Fair, Andersonville, GA – October 3-4, 2015

Wings Over North Georgia Air Show – Rome, GA – Oct 3-4, 2015

Chili Cook-Off & Fall Festival – Madison, GA – October 10, 2015

Snellville Fall Festival – Snellville, GA – October 10, 2015

Blairsville Sorghum Festival – Blairsville, GA – Oct 10-11 & 17-18, 2015

Euharlee Covered Bridge Fall Festival – Euharlee, GA – October 16-17, 2015
It is Friday, October 16 (7-10pm) and Saturday, October 17 (10a-5p). There will be vendors, food, kids activities, live music and registration for the United Way’s Zombie Run. Admission is free. Location is Frankie Harris Park in Euharlee.

Stone Mountain Highland Games – Stone Mountain, GA – Oct 16-18, 2015
43rd annual event at Stone Mountain Park. Whisky tasting, professional piping competition, celtic music recital, Royal Scottish Country Dance Society Gala, sheepdog presentation and more.

Georgia Peanut Festival – Sylvester, GA – October 17, 2015

Oconee Chamber Fall Festival – Watkinsville, GA – October 17, 2015
20,000 attend this annual, one day outdoor arts & crafts festival held since 1974.

Talking Rock Heritage Days Festival – Talking Rock, GA – October 17-18, 2015
The third smallest town in Georgia puts on their 20th annual festival full of great food, antique vendors, and crafts.  Enjoy some wonderful blue grass and gospel music during this two day event with free admission and free parking.

The Cotton Pickin’ Fair – Gay, GA – October 3-4, 2015
A twice a year festival with live music, magic show, arts, antiques and Southern foods. Dates back to 1972.

Georgia National Fair – Perry, GA – October 8-18, 2015

Urban Mediamakers Film Festival – Atlanta, Georgia – October 8-11, 2015

Georgia Apple Festival of Ellijay – Ellijay, GA – October 10-11 & 17-18, 2015
44th annual event will be held at the Ellijay Lions Club Fairgrounds. Antique car show, parade, arts & crafts and more. Adult admission is $5.

Georgia Mountain Fall Festival – October 9-17, 2015
9 days of music (country music show, Georgia’s Official State Fiddlers’ Convention and more), flower show, arts & crafts, pioneer village, demonstrations and more.

Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival – Richmond Hill, GA – October 16-18, 2015

Decatur Craft Beer Festival – Decatur, GA – October 17, 2015

Black Bear Festival – Chatsworth, GA – Oct 17-18, 2015

Festival on Ponce – Atlanta – Oct 17-18, 2015
An Atlanta arts and crafts festival located in Olmsted Linear Park. 125+ displays of fine arts, crafts, fold and “outsider art”. Attendance is free.

North Georgia Folk Festival – Oct. 10, 2015
31st annual event will be held at Sandy Creek Park. Music, arts & crafts, food and more.
Sweet Auburn Music Festival – Atlanta, October 3-4, 2015
A music festival with R&B, hip-hop and gospel. Their slogan is: “Where the Food is Good & the Music is Great”

Great Locomotive Chase Festival – Adairsville – Oct 2-4, 2015
47th annual arts & crafts festival. Carnival rides, parade, pageants, live music and entertainment, food. $3 admission for ages 6+ on Fridy and Saturday. Sunday is free.

A3C Hip Hop Festival – Atlanta, GA – October 7-11, 2015

The Real Squeal: Lyons BBQ & Music Festival – Lyons, GA – Oct 9-10, 2015

Johns Creek Fall Family Festival – Johns Creek, GA – October 10, 2015

Paulding Fine Arts Fall Fest – Dallas, GA – October 10, 2015
13th annual event. Artist showcase, crafts, festival food, live entertainment and more. Free admission.

Atlanta Horror Film Festival – Atlanta, GA – October 15-18, 2015

Georgia-Carolina State Fair – October 16-25, 2015

Harvest Balloon Festival – Flowery Branch, GA – October 17, 2015

Hummingbird Festival – Hogansville, GA – October 17-18, 2015

Hillbilly Hog BBQ Throwdown – Cleveland, GA – Oct 23-24, 2015

Braselton Antique & Holiday Festival – October 23-25, 2015
Dealers from all over the metro area and surrounding states bring their best to downtown Braselton. Find antiques, collectibles, furniture, Vintage, primitives, vintage jewelry, ironworks and more! Local jams, honey, breads, great food & beverages available too. Free parking, free admission. Directions: I-85 to exit 129, turn east on Hwy. 53 and follow the signs.

Deep Roots Festival – Milledgeville, GA – October 24, 2015

Fireman’s Fall Festival – Rossville, GA – October 24, 2015
10 am – 5 pm. 3rd Annual event – Sponsored by the Rossville Fire Department Volunteer Club – Arts & Crafts, Trick or Treating, Petting Zoo, Astro Jumps, Pony Rides, Cake Walk, Halloween Costume Contest, Old School Fireman’s Relay, Food, Games, Designated Kids Zone FREE PARKING FREE ADMISSION
Location : 200 Ellis Road Rossville, GA 30741 Rossville Ball Fields

Good Hope Poppy Festival – Good Hope, GA – October 24, 2015
The festival honors Moina Belle Michael, known as the Poppy Lady. She was born in Good Hope and used the red corn poppy as a symbol to honor fallen troops in World War I. Festival runs from 9 AM – 5 PM. Includes bike ride, more than 50 vendors, food from local cooks, old-fashioned hayride and more.

Southern Mountains Arts Experience Toccoa, GA – October 24-25, 2015
This event will be held on Saturday and Sunday October 24th and 25th, 2015 from 10:00am til 6:00pm on Saturday and from 11:00am til 6:00pm on Sunday. Family friendly event featuring fine art, folk art, pottery, art cars, music, food, wine, beer, and Georgia Grown products. Event will be held on the Currahee Saddle Club field on the corner of Hwy 17 and Cawthon Road and is hosted by Currahee Vineyard and Winery.

Chiaha Harvest Fair – Rome, GA – October 24-25, 2015

Fall Jonquil Festival – Smyrna, GA – October 24-25, 2015

Atlanta Arts Festival – October 24-25, 2015
Annual event at Piedmont Park. Artist demonstrations, classes, live entertainment, food and more. Ordinarily the second weekend after Labor Day. Free admission.

November 2015:

IrishFest Atlanta – Atlanta, GA – November 6-7, 2015

Cotton Gin Festival – Bostwick, GA – Nov 7, 2015
Parade, Gin Run (5K), hayrides, arts & crafts, and food. Proceeds go toward restoration of the Susie Agnes Hotel, which is now serving as the city hall. Parking is $5.

Woodstock Art & Wine Festival – Woodstock – Nov 14-15, 2015
Showcases Southeast artists and includes a juried fine art show, crafts, a wine tasting area, food, kid’s activities, live music and entertainment.

Harvest Fest – Savannah – Nov 6-7, 2015
Fireworks, live music, food and Hopped Up On Georgia Brews craft beer tasting.

Atlanta Veg Fest – Atlanta, GA – Nov 7, 2015

Savannah Food and Wine Fest – Nov 9-15, 2015
Bethesda Dinner (outdoor, tented farm to table dinner), cooking classes, celebrity chef tour, riverboat stroll, riverboat wine and dinner cruise, candlelight tour and more.

Last Year’s Events:
Kingsland Catfish Festival – Kingsland, GA – September 1, 2014
Wild Georgia Shrimp Festival – Jekyll Island – Sept 19-21, 2014

Chattahoochee Mountain Fair – Clarkesville, GA – Sept 5-13, 2014
Martin Fall Festival – Martin, GA – October 25, 2014

Historic Westside Village Festival – Atlanta, GA – September 20-21, 2014
A free 2 day indoor/outdoor festival highlighting the trade and industry contributions of some of Atlanta’s premier business leaders of the past and those currently spearheading generational economic advancements within the Historic Westside Village Community to include English Avenue, Vine City, Ashview Heights, Hunter Hills and adjourning areas. At the Historic Westside Village Festival all visitors will have a comprehensive cultural experience and take away resources that can enhance their lives by attending one of the educational seminars in the indoor section of the festival. While inside partake of all types of resources at the Job and Career Pavilion, Health Pavilion, Finance Pavilion, Housing Pavilion and Beauty Pavilion. Outside visitors of all ages will be enticed, delighted and entertained by the vendors, attractions in the Kids Zone and constant live performances of Gospel, Reggae, Jazz, Blues, Folk, R&B and Soul on the Festival Main Stage; so don’t forget your folding lawn chair! All proceeds go to the non-profit services of Stimulate America and Antioch Urban Ministries whom support the community.

Alpharetta Scarecrow Harvest – Alpharetta, GA – October 4, 2014

Foxfire Mountaineer Festival – Clayton, GA – Oct 4, 2014
East Point Fall Festival & Carnival – East Point, GA – October 11, 2014
Seminole County Harvest Festival – October 18, 2014
Milan Harvest Festival – Milan, GA – October 18, 2014
Georgia Sweet Potato Festival – Ocilla, GA – October 25, 2014
Athens-Clarke County Harvest Festival – Athens, GA – October 23, 2014

Atlanta Amazing Pet Expo – Duluth, GA – Nov 8, 2014
The Ponce De Leon Beer Fest – Atlanta, GA – Nov 15, 2014
Decatur Wine Festival Decatur, GA – Nov 8, 2014
Brew Your Cask Off Cask Ale Festival – Atlanta, GA – Nov 8, 2014
Brothers and Sisters Music Festival – Atlanta, GA – November 28, 2014

Fall festivals in Georgia that we don’t have dates yet:
 Hotoberfest – Atlanta, GA – October 5, 2013
Atlanta Philosophy Film Festival  – Atlanta, GA – October 17-20, 2013 
Hometown Harvest Festival – Leesburg, GA
Atlanta Rice Festival – Atlanta, GA
Cherokee Pignic – Canton, GA
Milan Harvest Festival – Milan, GA 

Find other fun things to do in Georgia in October:

Oktoberfest in Georgia
Georgia Corn Mazes
Georgia Ghost Tours
Haunted Houses in Georgia
Georgia Pumpkin Patches


  1. Don’t forget to visit the 2nd annual Zombie Farms… every Fri and Sat in October in Winterville GA.

    The government media complex would have you believe the undead must be feared and destroyed. One farmer knows better. He has discovered the secret to repressing the blood cravings of the undead and putting them to better use. So when you see strange slow moving scarecrows working nearby fields fear not. The solution to the crippled economy and global climate change is at hand: a labor force that will require no payment, never complain, never pollute the environment, and never rest.

  2. I’m trying to find the carnival that my family has been going to every year in Dalton around Oct.12-15.? It was a carnival, with rides and a petting zoo with a motorcycle act in a round dome. I can’t seem to find it. I know we went to it several years but can’t recall the name.

  3. Join us on September 12th from 9:00 until 4:00 for the Winder Dixie Fall Jamboree. With over 40 vendors, food trucks, bounce houses and slides, tractor rides, a college football corner, and a Red Cross blood drive, there really is something for the whole family! None of those spark an interstitial for you? Join us in the stands and watch one of the many little league, fall baseball games going on that day. A basbeall players yourself? Enter into our annual Homerun Derby sponsored by Dirty South Bats. Pro monster truck, The Illuminator, will also be back this year with plenty of up close photo opps!
    September 12, 2015 (9-4)
    354 East Broad Street
    Winder, GA

  4. Could you please add St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church to the list for October 3, 2015 for St. Matthew’s Car Show and Festival? It is a judged car show with trophies for cars, trucks and motorcycles. There is something for everyone: kids zone, 50?50 raffle, door prizes, concessions and vendors. Rain or Shine from 9:00am and 3:00 pm.

  5. Add to that amazing list, Cherokee Fest. A fun, family friendly event, hosted annually, in Woodstock, GA. This event brings music, food, entertainment for the kids, local vendors, and a large Cornhole tournament! All proceeds benefit the International Mosaic Down Syndrome Association (

    What: Cherokee Fest
    When: September 19, 2015, 12p-7p
    Where: Elm Street Cultural Arts Village Event Green
    Website for info and Cornhole tournament registration:

    See you there!

  6. The Lavonia Fall Festival will be Sept. 26 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the downtown area of East and West Main Streets. Arts, crafts, exhibits, children’s amusements, and favorite festival foods will be featured. Vendors will offer handmade jewelry, children’s clothing, honey and beeswax products and fragrant soaps and lotions. Christmas décor, florals, and boutique items will also be offered. The Hartwell Tailspinners, a radio-controlled model airplane club, will make their third Festival appearance to draw attention to this family-friendly hobby. Papa’s Little Choo Choo, an inflatable slide, water walkers, duck pond and bounce house will amuse the children. And the Lavonia Express will once again take passengers on a 45-minute train ride. Tickets for the train ride are $5 each and will be sold only on the day of the Festival at the Lavonia Depot. Children two and under ride free.

    • How can we add Atlanta Boxer Rescues. M annual Boxerstock Music Festival ?This,a family pet friendly Music Festival.

      Fundraiser for Atanta Boxer Rescue…. Jim Miller Park
      NOON TO 6PM
      BOXERSTOCK.ORG. for more info… band park ..silent auction..vendors trucks.. photos,with santa. And moemre!

  7. I did not know about this site. We will have the BOGART FALL FESTIVAL on Saturday, September 26, 2015. It is our 20th year, and our community celebration is on Main street, Bogart, GA 9 am-4pm. The opening ceremonies are @ 9 am, there is live entertainment and performers all day on stage, and the “Celebrate Bogart” parade is at 11 am. We have arts & crafts vendors, food vendors, and entertainment for children including a train ride, petting zoo, and inflatables all day, 9 am-4 pm.

    • The Okefenokee Festival in Folkston Ga. Oct 10 all day on main street and depot!!!!
      Also Folkston is known as the Train Watching Capital of the south..We have rail watch weekend for all the Train watchers from around the country for the past few years………..

    • The Okefenokee Festival in Folkston Ga. Oct 10 all day on main street and depot!!!!
      Also Folkston is known as the Train Watching Capital of the south..We have rail watch weekend for all the Train watchers from around the country for the past few years………..Okefenokee Swamp, Train watcher all on the GA/Fl State line in good old Charlton County!!!!

  8. Two more to add:

    Barnesville Buggy Days, Sept 18-20.

    The Great Georgia Air Show, October 30-Nov 1, Peachtree City

  9. Could you add the Elisha Winn Fair to your listing?

    We are located in Dacula Georgia, sponsored by the Gwinnett Historical Society

    The Fair is held the first Saturday and Sunday of each October (for 2015 October 3rd and 4th).

    Thank you

  10. Please add the Elisha Winn Fair in Dacula Georgia, Gwinnett County. First Saturday and Sunday of each October, 2015 Fair is October 3rd and 4th. Music, crafts, and Georgia history. We would love to have you join us.

  11. Don’t forget about Boxerstock Music Festival benefiting Atlanta Boxer Rescue! Sunday, October 11th 12Noon-6PM, at Jim Miller Park in Marietta, GA! Live music on two stages, vendors offering items for you or your pets, off-leash dog parks, kids activities and inflatables, food trucks, dog agility demos and more! Fun for all ages and breeds. More info and tickets are available at

  12. Please add the GA Museum of Agriculture’s (Tifton) Harvest Celebration on October 10th and Native American Experience/Cane Grinding on November 21st. Both inexpensive, family fun events!

  13. The Bethlehem, Georgia Star Festival will be held the 2nd Sat. In Oct. (Oct.10th) downtown Bethlehem, Ga. from 8 A.M. To 4 P.M. Crafts, Food and Music!

  14. The 48th annual Maysville Autumn Leaf Festival Oct. 2nd 3rd 4th 2015 Downtown Maysville Ga. Arts Crafts Food and enterainment. Georgias 2nd oldest and longest running festival.

  15. Hey everyone, found a great deal on Taste of Atlanta next month. You can save $10 on a pair of GA tickets (combo of Saturday 9/25 or Sunday 9/26) w/ the promo code TASTE10. Put it towards the food and drinks you’ll be trying that weekend!! Tickets here –

  16. How do I add to this listing? I would like to add the following:

    GHOST TRAIN at Pine Mountain Gold Museum in Villa Rica, GA
    October 1st – October 31st
    Thurs, Fri, & Sat, nights 6pm – 7pm (family hour) & 7:30pm – 930pm (Scare Time)
    Something is awry on the mountain as old forgotten Gold Miners seem to be coming back to life! Get your Halloween chills and thrills as you ride on our own Ghost Train! Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday nights from 6pm – 7pm (family hour) & 7:30pm – 930pm (Scare Time) each night. Tickets will be on sale for $13 per train ride! 6pm – 7pm will be geared towards younger audiences, but once it gets dark, it gets scarier and may be better suited for teens and older.

    Pine Mountain Gold Museum & Scenic Railroad at Stockmar Park
    1881 Stockmar Rd, Villa Rica, GA 30180
    Tell your friends! For more information on attending, participating (food vendors, entertainers), or volunteering, please contact Linda Shaw at [email protected] or our front desk at (770) 459-8455 ext, 0.; for complete details & updated schedules visit

  17. Also in September:

    Pine Mountain Gold Museum GOLD RUSH FESTIVAL in Villa Rica, GA
    September 12th from 11am – 4pm
    Join us as we celebrate our GOLDEN HISTORY with our team dressed liked Pioneers! The festival will be in conjunction with the Downtown Gold Rush Festival. We will have plenty to do and see, with demonstrations, craft vendors, entertainment, and so much more!

    Pine Mountain Gold Museum & Scenic Railroad at Stockmar Park
    1881 Stockmar Rd, Villa Rica, GA 30180
    Tell your friends! For more information on attending, participating (vendors, demonstrators, entertainers), or volunteering, please contact Linda Shaw at [email protected] or our front desk at (770) 459-8455 ext, 0.; for complete details & updated schedules visit

  18. Another in September:

    4th Annual Family Fun Day & Scavenger Hunt at Pine Mountain Gold Museum
    September 26th 10am – 2pm
    Enjoy the day as we host a Fall Festival with crafts and activities, including our 4th Annual Scavenger Hunt. Enjoy a train ride around the mountain, panning for gemstones, and plenty of activities. The event will be 10am – 2pm. The Scavenger Hunt will include lunch and will require pre-registration. In conjunction with the Villa Rica Parks & Recreation Program’s Family Fun Initiative. Only $10 per person.

    Pine Mountain Gold Museum & Scenic Railroad at Stockmar Park
    1881 Stockmar Rd, Villa Rica, GA 30180
    Tell your friends! For more information on attending, participating as an entertainer, or volunteering, please contact Linda Shaw at [email protected] or our front desk at (770) 459-8455 ext, 0.; for complete details & updated schedules visit

  19. Only about 200 people call Calvary home, but on the first Saturday of November, every year, Calvary’s population grows up to between 60,000 and 90,000 (not counting mules). The reason for this – Calvary Lions Club annual Mule Day Festival. Proceeds of which go to Lions Sight programs and local charities. Enjoy a big parade with mules, horses and antique tractors; contests, and all day entertainment, while remembering Mule Day is to celebrated the mules significant contribution to the area’s agriculture.
    Come early to visit over 450 arts & crafts exhibitions, concessions, cane grinding, and syrup making all make Mule Day a time to remember. Come on out and join us for a full day of fun – We look forward to seeing you!

    Events Schedule
    Mule Day Grounds
    Friday, November 6, 2015 – Kick Off
    5:00 pm……Chicken “Pilau” Dinner
    5:30 pm……Auction in the Mule Show Arena
    7:00 pm…..Entertainment

    Mule Day
    Mule Day Grounds
    Saturday, November 7, 2015
    6:00 am …………Sunrise Breakfast
    10:00 am………..Invocation & National Athem
    11:00 am ……….Parade
    1:00 pm……… …Mule Show

  20. Another October festival – October 24, 2015 10 am – 5 pm 3rd Annual Fireman’s Fall Festival – Sponsored by the Rossville Fire Department Volunteer Club – Location : 200 Ellis Road Rossville, GA 30741 Rossville Ball Fields – Arts & Crafts, Trick or Treating, Petting Zoo, Astro Jumps, Pony Rides, Cake Walk, Halloween Costume Contest, Old School Fireman’s Relay, Food, Games, Designated Kids Zone FREE PARKING FREE ADMISSION

    775 Dacula Rd. Hebron Christian Property. Small town celebration, everyone welcome!,

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