Tomorrow morning Elberton’s Downtown Square will be swarmed with patrons looking to take in the sights, sounds, and smells of the annual Granite City Fall Festival.
Elbert County Chamber of Commerce President Phyllis Brooks says the annual event is a collaborative effort.
“This is a co-sponsored event; it’s not only the chamber that helps put this on. Main Street Elberton and the Granite Association help with the event”, said Brooks. “It has gotten bigger and bigger, and they usually say it takes about seven years to grown an event, and we have done that I think.”
According to Brooks, a whopping one hundred and fifteen vendors of all varieties will participate in Saturday’s fall festival.
This year’s edition of the Granite City Fall Festival gets started off this Saturday at 8:00am with the Safe House Ministries Walkathon, which will begin at McIntosh Coffee.
The actual fall festival follows an hour later at 9:00am.
There is no cost to come out and attend the fall festival, and Brooks says there will be something for all ages this Saturday.