The annual celebration taking place on April 5 from 9am to 4:30pm will showcase South Georgia art and culture. Featuring events and activities to please both children and adults. The festival coincides with the seasonal opening of the Wiregrass Farmers Market. Local growers and producers will be offering fresh picked produce as well as hand-made goods for sale at the Market located under the pole barn behind the Museum Country Store.
A featured attraction during the Festival, the Turpentine Still, will be fired early for the Historic Village’s annual turpentine distillation. Make sure you’re on hand to see and hear about this age old process central to South Georgia’s history and culture.