The woolly worm (also spelled “wooly worm”) is actually a caterpillar or the larvae of the Isabella tiger moth. The tiger moth belongs to the arctiidae family, which has 11,000 species of moths around the world. The tiger moth is a beautiful creature with bright colors such as scarlet, yellow, orange, and white and rich hues ranging from black to beige. Equally as bright and beautiful, the woolly worm may have a burnt orange color in the middle and it may be black on both ends. Some woolly worms, however, are completely black or completely brown.
The Dickens Christmas Show & Festivals is a unique national award winning event comprised of a multitude of shopping and entertainment options, for individuals and groups alike. The cornerstone of the event is a Victorian Holiday Marketplace held in the 100,000 sq. ft. exhibit hall of the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
Join us for our largest event of the year, our 13th annual ICE Holiday Shopping Spectacular!!! This two-day event features 170+ craft & vintage vendors, a great selection of local food vendors, swag bags for the first 250 attendees, and DJ Zano!
There is ample paid parking within blocks of the Freight Depot, including decks and street parking. The GA Freight Depot is also located in between the Five Points MARTA station and the Georgia State MARTA station.
Vendor List: coming soon, check back in September
"A Merry Little Christmas Festival" at the beautiful Poplar Grove Plantation will host an Arts and Crafts Gift Show. Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-4. Stoned Beautiful is excited to be a part of this event.
-For families near and far seeking a local outdoor shopping experience, including a variety of local Arts & Crafts, items to compliment hearth and home and unique items for stuffing those stockings as well as everyone’s favorite kettle corn and shaved ice, plenty of free parking, and a romping around the specially decorated grounds for your children to experience, come visit us the weekend of December 9th & 10th!-
This year's event will once again take place at King Street Grille, the Hot Fish Club, and Morse Park Landing with live music from your favorite acts, chili from our best area chefs, plus food trucks, a kids' area, local arts and crafts, and more!
We are proudly serving a special selection of New South Brewing Co. beers for the 18th year in a row!
New this year, a VIP Tent courtesy of Tito's Vodka, with $5 cocktails and free beverages for Surfrider members!
Music lineup (times TBA):
And a special appearance by Scott Free!
Thanks to all of the musicians who volunteer their time and talent to this event.
Special thanks to our sponsors this year, we couldn't put on this event without your support: Tito's Vodka, New South Brewing Co., Hot Fish Club, King Street Grille, Creekside Cab, WAVE 104.1, Local Skateboard Co., HTC, Palmetto Portables, Surfwater Promotions, Murrells Inlet Seafood and Nance's Creekfront Restaurant!
We love our dogs as much as you do, but please keep them at home, with a festival of this size in the space we have it can get crowded.
Chili tickets will be for sale for $2 each (1 ticket per sample); New South Brewing beer tickets are $3 each, with $1 for your cup (please reuse!). Packages are available again this year and you can purchase in advance - save time in line so you can get to the fun!
Package for 1: Beer Cup, 2 Beer Tickets, 10 Chili Tickets
$25 (saves $2)
Package for 2: 2 Beer Cups, 4 Beer Tickets, 20 Chili Tickets
$45 (saves $9)
BYOS! Bring your own spoon, let's leave the plastics at home! We're putting on a single use plastic-free event!
Join us at the original Five Points fountain for JerryFest, celebrating its fourth year in 2017! Don't miss your chance to celebrate the life and art of Jerry Garcia. The day-long event provides live music from local bands, local food vendors, and arts & crafts vendors.
Like most great ideas, Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival was inspired by friendship, history, and the desire to create a meaningful experience. Two years ago, Musician and Franklin, TN resident Kevin Griffin was on a September morning jog through The Park at Harlinsdale, a century-old horse farm recently purchased by the City of Franklin.