This Saturday, April 21 is the 20th anniversary of downtown Greensboro Georgia’s premier event, the Southland Jubilee. As one of the area’s most popular heritage arts festivals, attendees will enjoy an array of family-friendly festivities, arts and crafts by local artisans, yummy food, live entertainment from Tommy Landrum, (Cruzin to the Oldies), a hot-rod car show, and agricultural exhibits. Between the hours of 9am – 4pm the downtown business district of Historical Greensboro will be transformed into a street of vendors, and Festival Hall will host children’s entertainment throughout the day.
While you’re in town, mosey on over to the Open House of 201 W. Greene Street (the street intersecting S. Main at Rite Aid and Festival Hall). We’ll be opening the doors of this immaculately renovated 1870s home between 12 – 2pm, introducing visitors to how old world charm can blend seamlessly with modern amenities. Give us a call if you like what you see, or would like to view any other properties in beautiful Greensboro. 706-338-0757.
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