For Indie South Fair's next collaboration with Food O Rama, they will be bringing it all back home–to Athens, GA. That’s right folks! While they have traveled with Food O Rama to Atlanta and Chattanooga, this latest foray is happening right here in the ATH. Hope you can join us in downtown Athens for what is sure to be a spectacular Fall day filled with food, art, music, and fun!
Food O Rama October 22nd 2016
West Washington St
Downtown Athens, GA
This Victorian-inspired event is sponsored by Historic Oakland Foundation and features a variety of live musical entertainment, living history demonstrations, an antique auto display, Irish dancers and an opportunity to enter some of the magnificent mausoleums.
Admission is $7 for adults, $3 for kids aged 4-12, and free for kids 3 and under.
This year marks the 16th anniversary of Fall Fest in Candler Park, a two-day celebration of music, art, family and kicked off with a 5k race and a tour of homes. It’s called the Fall Fest because it takes place in October — so mark your calendars for 10/1 – 10/2 — but it’s events like these that make people really fall for the charm of Candler Park and all that the Intown Atlanta communities have to offer. An estimated 15,000 daily festival goers are expected.
Fall Fest is produced by the Candler Park Neighborhood Organization a 501c3. All proceeds from the festival go directly back to benefiting the community.
Oct 1st - 12pm - 10pm | October 2nd - 12pm -9pm
Tour of Homes - Oct 2nd 12pm-6pm
Artist Market - October 1st & 2nd 12pm-6pm
5K & Fun Run Races - October 1st - 9am - 12pm
"Columbia we had so much fun last time we decided to do it again. But this time things will be a little bit different--Friday night will be a VIP night with live entertainment, complimentary refreshments, and special surprises! Proceeds will benefit Girls Rock Columbia and for just $6 you'll get first pick from all of our artists, snacks and libation, and the chance to do something different with your Friday night.
Saturday will be a shorter day from 10am-3pm, featuring a free market, food trucks, and just as much fun!"
September 10, 11-6 p.m.
A one-day craft market with 75+ vendors
Hosted in conjunction with the Hudgens Center for the Arts' Exhibit Made: Handcrafted in the South.
Event Features: 75 + craft vendors, local food vendors, a swag bag for the first 100 attendees, free craft make n' takes throughout the day! Attendees can also view the Hudgens' exhibit Made: Handcrafted in the South, featuring the works of Natalie Chanin (Alabama Chanin), Susan Hable (Hable Construction), Rita Mae Pettway (Gees Bend Quilter) and Rebecca Wood (R. Wood Studio).
THE HUDGENS CENTER FOR THE ARTS
6400 Sugarloaf Pkwy, Building 300
Duluth, Georgia 30097
FREE to attend.
It’s just too hot to do much of anything during the day in July, but oh those summer nights! Come join us for our first ever night market at Creature Comforts featuring live music and a curated selection of vendors. If you are always working during our daytime weekend markets, here’s your chance to come hang out with us in the evening!
Friday, July 22nd, 2016
5-10pm at Creature Comforts Brewery.
"On Saturday, June 18, Arrested Development caps off a day of music and spirits benefiting HOF’s mission to preserve, restore, enhance, and share Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta’s oldest municipal burial ground. Voted “Atlanta’s Best Outdoor Fandango” in Creative Loafing’s 2015 “Best of Atlanta” issue, Tunes from the Tombs has grown to become one of the city’s largest festivals and a uniquely Atlanta tradition."