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Wednesday February 10th, 2016 8:00AM

Foliage Fest 2014 looking for arts & crafts vendors

By Staff
JEFFERSON - The Jefferson Heritage Tree Council (JHTC) is planning its Fourth Annual Foliage Fest Tree Fair and Music Festival on Saturday, March 15, 2014. Foliage Fest will be held at City Park in Jefferson on Old Swimming Pool Road.<br /> <br /> JHTC is calling all growers and vendors who produce live goods, trees, shrubbery, produce, nature, garden, or "green-related" arts, crafts, and hand-made products. Additionally, businesses that provide tree or landscape services are encouraged to participate.<br /> <br /> All arts and crafts must be "environment-related" and must be handmade by the vendor.<br /> <br /> For additional information, send an email to jeffersonfoliagefest@gmail.com, or call Mary Dugan at 706-367-4362 for a Vendor Application or for any additional information.<br />
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