Lavonia Fall Festival coming Saturday

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The Lavonia Fall Festival is bringing an array of new attractions and favorite regulars Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in downtown Lavonia.

  • The Lavonia Fall Festival will be held Saturday in downtown Lavonia with a variety of entertainment, vendors and activities.
    The Lavonia Fall Festival will be held Saturday in downtown Lavonia with a variety of entertainment, vendors and activities.
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LAVONIA – The Lavonia Fall Festival is bringing an array of new attractions and favorite regulars Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in downtown Lavonia.

Vendors will offer creative works in gems, fabric, leather, wood, metal, ceramics and pottery. 

Local artists will line West Main Street to display their original artwork.  

Shoppers will find personal care products, jewelry, scented candles, pet supplies, local honey, windchimes and birdhouses.

Children will enjoy riding the choochoo, playing on the inflatables, seeing the alpacas and trying their skill in the waterwalkers. 

Scary dolls, inflated toys, slime, puppets, and the fish pond will get their attention. 

Famous cartoon characters will be available for photographs.

The aroma of barbecue, ribs, chicken and tacos will whet appetites and fried desserts, funnel cakes, lemonade and shaved ice will complete the favorite festival foods menu.

Exhibitors will display information for yoga, karate, pressure washing, painting, roofing, pest control, rain gutters, real estate, fire prevention and chiropractic treatment. 

The Hartwell Tailspinners will display their remote-controlled aircraft. Radio stations will broadcast on site.

Entertainment at the Gazebo will feature singer-musician Jess Fowler from 1-2 p.m. and the Lake Hartwell Community Jazz Band at 2:30 p.m. 

Contemporary Martial Arts will perform at 10 a.m., followed by Left on Red Band at 11:30 a.m.

The festival will be on the downtown streets of East and West Main and West Avenue. 

West Avenue will be closed to traffic from the Depot to the intersection at Highway 17. 

There wil be plenty of free parking in public lots located behind businesses on Grogan Street and West Avenue in addition to nearby church lots and curbsides.