Agri-Fest, Pottery Comes to Town coming to downtown Cleveland
The 11th Annual Agri-Fest and the 8th Annual Pottery Comes to Town are planned for Saturday, Sept. 29, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The events will be held around the Cleveland Square and nearby Freedom Park.
The Agri-Fest Country Market offers a chance to get up close with alpacas, goats, cows and other favorite farm animals. Guests can buy locally made crafts and goods, as well as fresh produce from vendors at the White County Farmer’s Market.
There will also be live music and harvest-themed kids’ activities.
Pottery Comes to Town, held in conjunction with the Agri-Fest Country Market, showcases creations from potters in North Georgia.
“Festival goers will see a variety of pottery, both decorative and practical in folk, traditional, contemporary and whimsical styles,” said Nancy Ackerman, director of the Helen Arts & Heritage Center.
Agri-Fest is hosted by the White County Chamber of Commerce, and Pottery Comes to Town is sponsored by the Helen Arts & Heritage Center and White County Historical Society.