Enchanting Butternut Creek Fine Arts & Crafts Festival Returns

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Enchanting Butternut Creek Fine Arts & Crafts Festival Returns

One of the finest juried arts and crafts festival in the southeast returns!

Butternut Creek Festival is a  two day family-oriented fine craft and art show in Meeks Park. Featuring awesome music, arts and crafts fair,  live art demonstrations and delicious food. This festival is not to be missed if you’re an art lover, or looking for something truly unique for your home.

The festival is organized by the High Country Artisans, Inc.’ who’s commitment is to promote, improve and expand functional and visual arts for everyone in the North Georgia Mountains. It’s a way to provide an opportunity for local artists to sell and promote their work.

This years vendors include unmissable art stalls and quirky crafts. There will be candles, hand-crafted furniture, tapestry, jewelry, and so much more! Check out Linda Carringer’s Goat’s Milk soaps & lotions. Angela Franklin & Brenda Thomas will also be there selling soaps, along with candles and leather wallets. Crafts in metal, glass, wood, and so much more pull out all the stops, as applicants are juried, limiting participation to 80 – 85 of the best to ensure quality and diversity.

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So mark your calendars, Atlanta! Head to Meeks Park for Butternut Creek Festival on Saturday July 17, concluding the following day on Sunday July 18!


Meeks Park is located on the south side of Hwy 76/515, 0.7 mile west of the Hwy 129 & 76 traffic light.  Address of the Park is 100 Meeks Park Road, Blairsville, Georgia.

Butternut Squash Festival is a partnership between High Country Artisans, Inc. and the Union County Recreation Department, Union County Middle School Art Program, Union County Woody Gap School Art Program, the Union County Senior Center and the Union County Library.

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