Springtime Garden & Crafts Celebration!
Madison Fest features solutions for
living a considered and "greener" life. This free day-long festival (10 am–4 pm) in Town Park features: amazing plants for sale, handmade arts and crafts for buying and browsing, great live music, and a great day for the whole family.
The day’s activities include:
A plant sale. Plant vendors will be on hand to help you select plants to stand up to southeastern heat and humidity for your flower, fruit, and vegetable gardens.
Lectures by experts in their fields. We’ll host informal discussions on the Pavilion stage with speakers on various topics: At 10:00 a.m., Keith Fielder of UGA Extension ‘Back yard Beekeeping
101.’ At 11:00 a.m., Heather Alley of the State
Botanical Garden of Georgia presents ‘Gardening For Biodiversity.’
Join in a Craft Workshop. Craft with our friends from Treehouse Kid & Craft in Athens. Kids Workshop 1:00; Adult Workshop at 2:30, on the Pavilion stage.
Locally grown products. Local farmers will be on hand to sell their wares - direct to you from the farm! Bring a cooler to carry home perishables like eggs, cheese, meats and dairy products.
MAG is hosting an MC Student Art Exhibit & Sale. Show your support for a new generation of artists and crafters.
Arts & Crafts Sale. Artists and crafters will bring their items to Town Park to demonstrate and sell the highest quality of handmade jewelry, furniture, clothing, home décor, and more.
Plus, enjoy live music all day long from the Children's Garden Tent. The MCHS Sax Quartet; String Theory; Band Angelica; Sweet Harmony, and; MaCayla Cook
One great festival–all wrapped up with tasty food, excellent live entertainment, fun stuff for kids, and first rate shopping!
Madison is a beautiful, historic, small town located 45 miles east of Atlanta, GA, off of I-20, and 30 miles south of Athens, GA, off of Hwy 441. For information on local dining and lodging, visit the Convention & Visitors Bureau site at VisitMadisonGA.com