The City of Loganville in Georgia welcomes the arrival of the Fall season with its annual AutumnFest scheduled on Saturday, October 21, from 9:00am until 4:00pm.
Considered as the city’s largest event, AutumnFest celebrates good food and great businesses with some music and dancing.
More than 150 vendors will display their goods along Main Street and Town Green while children will surely have fun at the kids’ zone.
Live entertainment featuring local dance groups and bands will be showcased at the Town Green featuring the Journey cover band Departure. Check this site for more details http://loganvilleevents.com/autumnfest.html.
But before AutumnFest, the city will host the family friendly event Abate of GA District 5 & American Legion Post 233 First Annual Chili Cookoff on Sept. 16 at 9:00am.
Winners in the Judged category of the Chili Cookoff will earn the bragging rights of “cooking for the capitol” for the Abate of GA Annual Chili feed for the representatives at the Gold Dome while the People’s choice winner will earn the bragging rights of cooking for the annual ALR Chili feed at the Milledgeville old soldiers home. Check this site for details https://vspotz.com/event/1376666405786508.
There is also the Groovin’ on the Green concert series on Sep. 15 from 7:30pm until 9:30pm.
Guests will have free beer and wine and will get to taste delectable cuisine from food vendors. Lawn chairs and blankets are only what you need to bring.
The Ministry Village is hosting its annual Benefit Dinner and Auction on Sept. 28 at Graystone Church starting at 6:00pm. Click here for details https://vspotz.com/event/828930550605672.
Once again, the city government will hold the annual Tree Lighting on Nov 24 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at the Town Green along Pecan St.
Guests will have a chance to have free pictures with Santa while children will surely have fun joining a lot of activities to kick off the holiday season. Click here for details http://loganvilleevents.com/calendar.html.
On Dec. 2, the annual Christmas Parade will be held from 6:00pm until 7:30pm along Main St.
The parade will begin at Bay Creek Elementary School and will make its way down Highway 20 before turning onto Main St.
The annual Christmas Parade is a major crowd drawer for the city as Downtown’s Main Street comes alive with floats, horses and participating various civic organizations and businesses. Check this site for more details http://loganvilleevents.com/calendar.html.