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Mauldin Garden Club presents “Spring in Bloom Festival & Bazaar”

We received this press release in plenty of time, unfortunately our scheduled press run will be the exact same weekend that this event will be taking place. We thought it would be appropriate to celebrate the events that will take place on April 14 and maybe in the next edition report on some of the event results and comments.

Tammy Barber, Mauldin Garden Club 864.640.0905  |  tammyjbarber@gmail.com

MAULDIN, SC – The Mauldin Garden Club’s annual Spring In Bloom Festival & Bazaar attracts more than 1,000 people to the Mauldin Cultural Center and celebrates the beginning of Spring with a wide array of merchants, artisans, food, and more, offering something for the whole family to enjoy!

Saturday, April 14, 2018 9:00 a.m. – 2 p.m.  Mauldin Cultural Center, 101 East Butler Road, Maudlin, SC

Rain or Shine. In case of inclement weather all vendors will be moved inside the Cultural Center

This year’s festival features different areas focused on specific needs to get your garden and home ready for Spring!

The Design Center
Spring/Summer Yard Design Makeover Ideas
Plant & Flower Sale
Ask A Master Gardener Booth

Thyme In Your Kitchen
Array of Spring Herbs for Purchase
Expert Growing Advise
Recipe Ideas

The Artisan House
Over thirty local and regional artists offerings to fit every budget from charming craftworks to exceptional creations

Kid’s Bunny Trail
Kiddie Games
Face Painting
Story Telling

Live Bluegrass  Music

Classic Car Show

The Smokehouse Henry’s BBQ Hog Hauler Truck

The SugarShack Mouthwatering Cakes, Pies & Candies

Free Admission
Something To Fit Every Budget!

Cash and Credit Cards Accepted by Vendors.
For details about the Spring in Bloom Festival & Bazaar, contact the Mauldin Garden Club at 864.881.4426, or visit www.mauldingardenclub.com.
The City of Mauldin is located in the Upstate of South Carolina and in the heart of Greenville County.  It is the 17th largest city in South Carolina and one of the fastest growing cities in the state.  Mauldin was first charted in 1820 and has grown to a population of nearly 25,000.  More information about the City of Mauldin can be found online at www.cityofmauldin.org.♦

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