Gingham Tree Ready to entertain crowds November 12

Lucedale Fine Arts Club members include sitting, left to right, Peggy Wallace, Suellen Lutsch, Gina Harris and Audra Rouse; standing, left to right, Marlana Broadhead, Paulina Bexley, Tiffany Fillingim, Donna Howell, Marla Howell, Vickie Williams, Hilary Kilpatrick, Cheryl Sims, Michelle Still, Angela Burkett and Janice Cowart; not pictured: Jennifer Holland, April McDonald, Lonna Wilks, Cammie Brannan, Kathy Walley and Katie Wicker.

Lucedale Fine Arts Club will present its 2022 edition of Gingham Tree on Saturday, November 12, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This year marks the club’s 50th annual Gingham Tree Arts & Crafts Festival. The location of the festival is the George County Fairgrounds on Old 63 South. As usual, we offer free admission and free parking. This year we will also offer free golf cart rides for those in need. We will have ATMs on site for your convenience. We have booked 306 vendor booths this year with a wide variety of handmade and handcrafted items available for purchase. We also have 13 food vendors with a large selection of foods to choose from, including chicken on a stick, ribeye sandwiches, blooming onions, roasted corn, homemade cakes and goodies, beignets, gourmet popcorn, lemonade, funnel cakes, gourmet coffee and so much more.

A variety of entertainment is also planned throughout the day with Jimmy Gray as coordinator. The list of entertainment is as follows:

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