More than 120 vendors will have wares to sell, kicking off the holiday shopping season. Items include handmade jewelry, handmade 18-inch doll clothes, wooden creations, Christmas items, handmade purses, candles, honey products, antiques and collectables, homegrown vegetables, lazy Susans, trays made from whiskey barrel tops, and many more. A new booth this year includes a fashion truck with displays on the sidewalk.
Of course, no festival is complete without food. Vendors will have lemon shake-ups, homemade candies, kettle corn, spiced nuts, and much more. The Falcon Pointe Bistro will serve complete dinners including fried chicken, chicken & dumplings, soup, salads, sandwiches and desserts.
Admission to the event and parking are both free, and handicapped parking is available.