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Braselton Antique & Garden Festival set for April 25-27

By Staff
BRASELTON - The largest ever Antique & Garden Festival opens Friday, April 25, and runs through Sunday, April 27, in the Braselton Park.<br /> <br /> One hundred twenty-five vendors will offer an array of products, food and beverage, entertainment and collectibles. Admission and parking are free.<br /> <br /> Vendors include vintage jewelry, DIY home décor, upcycling, primitives, advertising and sports memorabilia, furniture, art, stained glass, work and nurseries will offer house and garden plants, shrubs, trees and advice for all homes.<br /> <br /> Food will be aplenty at the three-day festival including old-fashioned sodas, BBQ, kettle corn, funnel cakes, pork skins, beverages, gyros, home-canned jellies & jams, cakes and breads.<br /> <br /> New to the festival will be introductions to pet adoptions by Fur Kids and a blood drive by Life South.<br /> <br /> Festival hours are Friday (noon-7), Saturday (9-6) and Sunday (10-5). The Braselton Park is in the town's historic downtown, one mile east of Exit 129 @ I-85. Additional information is posted at www.downtownbraselton.com .<br />
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