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Flowertown Festival

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Flowertown Festival


Summerville, South Carolina
April 4-6, 2014

This nationally acclaimed festival is South Carolina's largest Arts & Crafts festival and has been named one of the Top 20 Events in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society. This family-oriented 3-day event is a fundraising event for the Summerville Family YMCA and is held each spring set against the backdrop of blooming azaleas in Azalea Park, in the charming and historic town of Summerville, South Carolina.

More than 200 craft artisans and vendors will display their creative wares throughout Azalea Park. Food vendors, live entertainment and a children's carnival will ensure that everyone has something to do, see, or eat -- all weekend long!

Admission to the Festival is FREE! The Festival is a family event - no alcohol is served. NO PETS are allowed at the Festival. For more information, call (843) 871-9622.


A Letter From a Festival Attendee:

My family and I were fortunate enough to be in Summerville last Apri] and we visited the FlowerTown Festival. Congratulations to all who contributed to making this festival the best we have ever attended!

We were much impressed by the courtesy of everyone there, whether exhibitors, volunteers, or visitors -- that courtesy is legendary for a very good reason. We also appreciated the fact that the event was obviously geared toward families. Everyone seemed so relaxed and thoroughly enjoying themselves. Many of the exhibited wares were of outstanding quality. We have already promised ourselves a return next spring.

The Burkett Family, Shelby, NC


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