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Saturday August 29th, 2015 7:31PM

Braselton Antique & Holiday festival set for this weekend

By Staff
BRASELTON - A large array of vendors will assemble on Saturday and Sunday for the Braselton Antique & Holiday Festival in the town's historic downtown park.

Antique and collectible dealers, nurseries, crafters, furniture collections, primitives, ironworks, vintage jewelry, pottery, glassware, yard art, soaps and candles, dolls and food items will be showcased from 9:00-6:00 on Saturday and 10:00-5:00 on Sunday. Admission and parking are free.

Donna Cannella, the festival coordinator, says "there is such variety to enjoy, and we've assembled the largest group of dealers ever for our festival. Even the food vendors are unique to our event featuring hot-pressed Reubens, hand dipped ice cream, New York-styled sabrett hot dogs, stadium pretzels and Italian ice."

The Braselton Park is located at 115 Harrison Street one block from Georgia 53. From I-85, take exit 129 then south to downtown Braselton. For additional information, visit www.countrysideantiques.net or telephone 706.824-7204.
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