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More than sixty vendors set for Harvest Festival next Saturday, October 15th

More than sixty arts and crafts and food vendors have signed up to be a part of the Donalsonville-Seminole County Chamber of Commerce’s annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, October 15th.
This year the Festival will be held completely between Tennille Avenue and Wiley Avenue. Food vendors will be located on Woolfork Avenue, musical entertainment and children’s activities will be set up on Cherry Street, and Arts/Crafts vendors will line both sides of Second Street. The Old Iron Tractor Museum on Second Street, west of Wiley Avenue, will also be open for tours throughout the day. Chamber President Sarah Avery commented, “We are planning to have as many of everyone’s favorites as possible – a parade, arts and crafts vendors, food, music, and children’s activities which will include pony rides, face painting, a rock climbing wall, bouncy houses and a train. This year’s parade theme is Harvest, and we’re looking forward to seeing the creativity of our local residents on display.”
The day will begin with the annual running of the Rejoice Run & Mom’s Mile at 7:30 a.m., followed by the Harvest Festival parade at 10:30 a.m., and musical performances by Eli Moseley and Jake Vinson, beginning after the parade.
If you are interested in participating in the parade, reserving a booth, or entering a contest, call the Chamber at 229-524-2588 or fill out the forms available on the chamber’s website at
“Harvest Festival T-shirts are now on sale at the chamber office on Second Street. Stop in and get yours before they are gone.

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