Spring Arts in the Park
The Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association is proud to present its 37th Spring Arts in the Park on Memorial Day Weekend, Saturday, May 25 and Sunday May 26, 2013 from 10 am to 5 pm both days. The prospectus is already on the website and the deadline for entry is February 16, 2013. This is a very competitive juried fine arts and crafts festival with only 200 booths available. If you would like to be in this show, go to our website, download the prospectus, and send us your entry. Become a part of the most dynamic arts organization in the mountains of North Georgia! If you can't participate in the show, be sure to attend and enjoy all the festival has to offer. Admission is $5 Adults/Children admitted FREE!
For 37 years, the Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association (The Art Center), a non-profit arts council, has provided a unique art experience through our art festivals in the Downtown City Park of Blue Ridge, Georgia. Whether your travel plans are in the spring or in the fall, these art festivals are fun for the whole family. Located at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, these events draw in excess of 15,000 attendees. With over 175 fine arts, crafts and food booths, these festivals have something for everyone. There are always activities for the children, along with special events for the big kids.
Blue Ridge, Georgia is one of the top art designations in the country and features a unique shopping experience in its downtown shops and galleries, the Blue Ridge Community Theater, the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway, the Swan Drive-In Theatre, and an environment that includes pristine National Forests to hike, bike, tube, swim, hunt, fish, or just celebrate art and nature. Did we mention Fannin County is the Trout Capital of Georgia?
Make your plans now to spend Memorial Day Weekend and the Second Weekend in October enjoying art and nature in our North Georgia Mountain Art Town, Blue Ridge, Georgia. Spring and Fall Arts in the Park in Blue Ridge, GA is your destination for ART in the North Georgia Mountains.