‘Kid-A-Palooza’ Saturday in Grantville

by Clay Neely

By Clay Neely clay@newnan.com

This Saturday, the city of Grantville will play host to the second annual “Kid-A-Palooza” festival.

The festival will be held in historic downtown Grantville from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is sponsored by the Grantville Downtown Development Authority, Z is for Zombie, and Shady Magnolia. All proceeds from the festival will go towards the Grantville GED program and the Grantville Downtown Development Authority.

The festival will feature multiple vendors, sponsors, and entertainment and provide free school supplies, food, face painting, games and crafts along police and fire engines for children to enjoy.

For more information, contact Rebecca Campbell - hippiechicks2010@gmail.com .




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