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2014 Flowertown Festival in Summerville begins April 4

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The annual Summerville Family YMCA Flowertown Festival, a 3 day event celebrated every spring since 1972 The annual Summerville Family YMCA Flowertown Festival, a 3 day event celebrated every spring since 1972
SUMMERVILLE, SC - Every spring, the Town of Summerville is awash in color- from the hot pink azaleas, to the purple wisteria, to the delicate white dogwood. On one 3-day weekend during this season, thousands of festival-goers transcend this gracious Southern town to take in the flowers and hospitality and attend one of the largest arts and crafts festivals in the Southeast- The YMCA Flowertown Festival.

The annual Summerville Family YMCA Flowertown Festival, a 3 day event celebrated every spring since 1972, celebrates the ushering in of warm weather and the passing of the cold

The annual Summerville Family YMCA Flowertown Festival, a 3 day event celebrated every spring since 1972, celebrates the ushering in of warm weather and the passing of the cold. - See more at: http://www.flowertownfestival.com/#sthash.EWdvPdoL.dpuf
Friday, April 4 - 9 am-6 pm
Saturday, April 5 - 9 am-6 pm
Sunday, April 6 - 9 am-4 pm


The Flowertown Festival is consistently ranked one of the Top 20 events in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society, the three-day festival features:

  •     Over 200 jury-selected artists from throughout the country who display their work for sale
  •     Delicious foods from restaurants at The Taste
  •     Fun activities and rides for children at the Children's Jubilee
  •     Farmer's Market (Saturday ONLY)
  •     NEW!! KidsFest (Saturday ONLY) - Blooming Artists of the Flowertown Festival & YMCA ChalkFest
  •     Free admission
  •     Free Parking?
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