october, 2021

10oct9:00 am5:00 pm50th Annual Sorghum Festival - Oct 2021

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50th Annual Sorghum Festival, Blairsville

Vintage mule-run sorghum mill, sorghum “biskits,” crafts, mountain music, pioneer demonstrations, biskit eating contest, and old timey games.

Date(s): Oct 9-10,  Oct 16-17, plus Square Dancing Saturday 9th and Saturday 16th – dance location TBD

Time: 9 am – 5 pm

Location: Meeks Park, 11 Pool Lane (located about one mile west of Blairsville, Georgia on Highway 515) – 490 Meeks Park Rd., Blairsville GA 30512

Cost: $5 ages 13 and older; free to ages 12 and younger

For more info: BlairsvilleSorghumFestival.com, 706-897-4784, or email: sorghumfestivalvendorinfo@gmail.com

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