Cherokee Heights, built in 1924 and one of Marietta’s oldest subdivisions, is hosting an extravaganza to show off the work of their talented resident artists and craftsmen. The Cherokee Heights historic neighborhood has become a magnet for artists, and more than 30 neighborhood artists will be showing and selling original art and crafts.
Browse a selection of hand-made wood turnings, paintings, metal work, soap, wearable felted and other fabric art, pottery, handmade shoes, clothing, scarves, graphic arts, lots of jewelry, bird houses, original books, baked goods and much more.
The festival also features musical performances as well as fun for the kids including free sidewalk chalk, balloon animals, face-painting, and more.
Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 9am to 4pm
(rain day is Sunday)
Cherokee Heights is located just one mile north of Marietta Square.
Etowah Drive (between Seminole Dr and Freyer Dr)
Marietta, GA 30060
Free on-street parking.