14th Annual Paulding Fine Arts Association
Arts and Crafts FALL FEST
Saturday, October 8, 2016
Providing Family Fun For All Ages!!!
Paulding Fine Arts Association and the Merchants of Dallas are
working together to provide a wholesome, family oriented festival for
the residents of Paulding County and would like to invite you to join
us for the 14th Annual Fall Fest scheduled for Saturday,
October 8, 2016 in Dallas, Georgia, held rain or shine. The location
of the Fest will be on beautiful Main Street in Historic Downtown Dallas
Georgia - The Heart of Paulding.
Festival Hours are 10am to 4pm. FREE Admission!
Local Artists as well as new emerging artists and craft makers are being invited to showcase their finest work. We value your partnership and extend to you our invitation to join us in celebrating community involvement, the fine arts and the joys of fall!
Festival Food is provided by local civic groups. Continuous entertainment features DJ commentary and services with a variety of music and crowd-pleasing performances from award winning groups.
Please INVITE friends to our FALL FEST
on our Facebook EVENT page.
110 Vendors for our 2016 Fall Fest!
THANKS for a GREAT Fall Fest!!!
Application Deadline is in September.
IF you missed this year, sign up early next year.
2017 Application to be posted in February.
2016 Entertainment Schedule
DJ: Thomas Cage of Swing Shift Entertainment
10:00 - EPHS Cadet Corps will provide the color guard
10:02 - National Anthem sung by Shante Ball
10:05 - EPHS JROTC Rifle Drill
10:10 - The Ballet Garden
11:00 - Nu Star Maker Performing Arts
11:45 - Dance Fever
12:40 - Dixie Saints - Dixieland Band
1:15 - Loraine Gordon and Tim Cowan -- Rock, blues, originals
1:45 - Pil Sung Do
2:30 - Harvester Collective - Folk and Rock Acoustic Band
3:15 - Shoulders of Giants - Rock Band
Bring your lawn chairs; sit on the grass and enjoy the FREE entertainment all day.
2016 Fall Fest Vendors :
Click on highlighted names to go to their website
Paulding Fine Arts Association - Fall Fest T-shirts, Silent Auction, Paintings, Information on our art classes, etc.
Emily Knapp - Pottery and Jewelry
Virginia Moore - Printmaking, Hand made books/journals, snowflake doilies, and crocheted animals
Joyce Walraven - Paintings and Prints
Mike Strickland - Paintings
Faye McLain - Paintings
John Kuhenbeaker - Oil Paintings and Mixed Media
Mary Lou Bailey-Funk - Oil/Acrylic paintings & origami paper crafts
Cheryl-Ann Kennedy - Original artwork "City Chics", Hats, Bows, Purses, Pens
Kelly Coats - Felt dolls & Fleece Sleeping masks
Tyrone Robinson - Acrylic and Wood lathe turned Pens
Kathryn Johnston - Fiber Arts - Hand spun/dyed, knit, felted items
Mary Cash - Paintings, Ornaments, Clothespin art, Wreaths, Gemstones
Linda Nance - Walking sticks, Painted rocks
Mary Fitzgerald - Acrylic Paintings
Dixie Hester - Paintings, Jewelry, Painted gourds
Theresa Carcioppolo - Jewelry with live Oyster openings and crafts by Girl Scouts
Sharon Iaquinto - Handmade Jewelry
Cathy Blacksmith - Jewelry, Paintings, Wood crafts, Bath salts, Fizzies, Candles
Paint 'n Party - Paintings
Dani Boone - Paper Quilled Jewelry and Ornaments, Dream Catchers
Mandy Byers - Jewelry - Hematite and Soda tab
Alexandra Huntebrinker - Hand crafted Jewelry with Semi-precious stones and Hair bows and hair accessories
Denise Porter - Jewelry
Initial Outfitters by Stephanie Hamilton - Personalized Jewelry, Totes and Home decor
Ilena Martin - Evenfall Creations Jewelry
Bradley Green - Jewelry made from Coins
Crystal Ussery - Paparazzi Jewelry
Lisa Groomes - Jewelry and Books
Julia McElhannon - Sterling Silver and Gold filled Jewelry
Melissa Cook - Carved signs, Wood animals, Sewn items, Polymer clay
Megan Dale - Sand Art
Patricia Preston - Homemade soaps, jams & jellies, crocheted items,wreaths
Sharaine Vicente - Southern Woods Soap Co. - Soap, Bath bombs, Sugar scrubs, Lip balm, Bubble bars, Body butter bath salts/tea
Brandi Cox - Candles, Soaps, Lotions
Naomi Reed - Handcrafted bath and body products
Mark Trice - Body, Face and Lip scrubs & lotions
LeeAnn Davis - Sugar Scrubs
Linda Oviatt - Young Living Essential Oils
Shauna D'Agostino - Savior Suds Handmade Soaps
Laura Fishbaugh - All Natural handmade Health, Beauty & Wellness products
Theresa Rogers - 4 in 1 - Snug A Baby Wrap
Ashley & Emily DeVan - Paper/Mixed Media, Perler, Plushies
Mary Livingston - Christmas and Halloween Decorations
Selinda Murphy - Wreaths and Decorative Letters
Charlene Stumpe - Wreaths, Centerpieces, Home Decor
Courtney Escamilla - Burlap Wreaths, Pallet decor, Wood signs
Patti Perdue - Wreaths and Arrangements - College and Holiday
Traci Jackson - Holiday Wreaths and Candles
Pat Lavendar - Crochet items for all ages
Lyle and Nancy Barlow - Pot holders, Placemats, Aprons, Wooden plaques, Blankets
Rickie Geiger - Hand turned Ink Pens from various materials, Cutting boards, etc.
Yvonne Graves - Rainbow loom items, Scarves, etc.
Jewel Crider - Crocheted items, aprons, placemats, jams, jellies
Elaine Darr - Hand knitted afghans, hats, etc.
Barbara Baggett - Handmade kids/baby clothing, purses, key chains, lanyards, hairbows, wreaths
Linda Grant - Hair bows, Jean Jackets, Tutus, Costumes, Stuff for little girls
Molly and Melody Parks - Crocheted Toys, Hats, Afghans, Candles and Lemonade
Angelina Proctor - Crochet items, Reclaimed Pallet wood signs & Home decor
Debbie Bickers - Painted furniture, Yard art, Plants
Jimmy Kinman - The Pallet Man
Rafaela Jordan - Quilts, Pot holders, Blankets
Carol McNeal - Corn Hole Bags
Judy HIll-Jarrett and Jennifer Jarrett - Baby items: blankets, tutus, stuffed, etc., Wooden door signs and decor
TOPS 370 Dallas - Braided table centers, Pot holders, Unique vases, Bows, Ornaments, Christmas cards, Bibs, Armchair organizers
Staci Hamilton - Party supplies, Toys, Slide Jewelry
Deborah Johns - Pet Accessories and Supplies
Sarah Ducasse - Pink Zebra soft soy wax sprinkles home fragrance
Trudie Morgan - Bath Bombs & all natural Bath and Beauty Products
April Sweazey - Younique Cosmetics
Aimee Holcomb - Mary Kay Cosmetics
Tammy Ellis - Avon Cosmetics
Monica Smith - Sol Casa Skin Care Products
Joanne Posey - Perfectly Posh - naturally based
Kimberly Drain - It Works Global Health & Beauty & Nutrition
Michael Sola - Do Terra Essential Oils and Natural Body Products
Shelley Segars - Matilda Jane Clothing
Happy Daze T-Shirts
Benny Andrews - T-Shirts - 2nd Amendment
Bobbie Dukes - Paracord/Survival Sports Necklaces/Bracelets
Jennifer Gattuso - Paracord items, Cool ties, Custom Crayons
Madaris Siding and Windows - Siding and Windows
Megan Ward - Usborne Books and More
Cancer Warriors - Christmas Ornaments, Candy, Bracelets for Relay for Life
Lydia Rollins - EPHS JROTC Fundraiser
G & J Life Designs - Interior Design, Hand Painted Furniture
Coco's Vue - Event Planner
Donald Reichardt - Books - Gleason Files with Joyce Oscar
Paulding County Writer's Guild
Menran Hassanzedah - Seven Hills General Dentistry marketing materials
Evelyn Callahan - Level Brands - Health & Wellness Supplements
Shelley Huber - Customized Vitamins and Natural Skin Care
West Cobb Chiropractic - Health Information
Pillar Chiropractic - Health Screenings
West Metro Driving School - Virtual Reality - Texting While Driving
Renee Hudson - Plexus Worldwide Health and Wellness Info/samples
Water Walkers - Big plastic "balls" that people get into and roll around in a big pool of water! (Fun for the Kiddos!)
All About that Bounce - Bounce House and Slide for the Kids
Large Jenga and Games for the Kids
Balloons by Betty
2016 FALL FEST FOOD
Jam Sisters - Corndogs, Hotdogs, Cheese steak, Fried pickles, Curly fries, Funnel cakes, Nachos, Drinks/smoothies
Atlanta Burger Food Truck - Burgers, Potato salad, Grilled corn, Slaw, Pork 'n beans
Lee's Hot Spot - Fried Catfish, Fried Boudin balls, Cajun dogs, Drinks
Todd Rothwell - Boiled Peanuts, Pork skins, Sweet tea, Drinks
Patty Wilson - Cotton candy, Popcorn, Hotdogs, Chips, Desserts, Candy, Drinks
Sweet Treats by M - Decorated Cookies
Smokin' D's - Dakota Crider - BBQ, beef brisket, Brunswick stew, Baked beans, Chips, drinks
Joy Caudell - Fresh Gourmet Lemonade
Sid Harris - Miss Kennesaw Scholarship - Roasted Corn
Melissa Jones - The Fudge Lady - Fudge and Chocolate covered caramels with seasalt
Carl Mobley - Peanut Brittle and Popcorn Brittle
Connie Karr - Home made Chocolates, Cookies, Fresh baked Pies
Dog Gone Good Food - Tacos, Nachos, hot dogs, Frito Chili pies, Pretzels
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Are there Restrooms at the festival?
YES, Restrooms are available during the festival on the 2nd floor of the Historic Courthouse (take elevator or stairs to the 2nd floor).
They are also available on the main floor of the Historic Courthouse at the end of the hall on the left past the GHC Library.
We also have Port-a-Potties outside
Are dogs allowed?
YES, Friendly dogs on leashes that can handle noise, crowds, and young children are allowed.
Are there Children's Activies?
YES, We have face painting, Bounce house, Bouce slide, Water walkers, Corn hole games, Music, Balloon lady, and more.
In case of RAIN, do you reschedule the festival and reimburse booth fees?
NO, the festival proceeds rain or shine.
Do you have any suggestions for FIRST TIME Vendors?
YES, Be prepared; Have all items in bins that can easily be unloaded and loaded; Bring business cards; Put price tags on all items; Be prepared to take credit cards; Bring weights to hold down tents in case of wind; Bring sides for tent in case of rain; Check your email for updates and special vendor directions and parking; Stay hydrated; Stand and Interact with customers, SMILE, and Have FUN! Click here for link on How to Succeed at Art Shows and Festivals
Parking in Dallas for the Event
Public parking next to the Regions Bank: 160 Confederate Ave.
First Baptist Church of Dallas: 401 Main Street
Public Parking lot near Dallas New Era: 121 W Spring St
Parking lots Behind Sals PIzza and Wender & Roberts Pharmacy: Church St.
Remember Main St. will be CLOSED from Memorial Dr. to Cooper Ave.
Use this address in your GPS: 11 Courthouse Sq, Dallas, GA
From North of Dallas:
Hwy 61 south to public parking by Regions Bank (corner of Main St. and Memorial Dr.). If that is full, go down S. Johnston St. to public parking by Dallas New Era (corner of Spring St. and Johnston St.) .
From West of Dallas:
Hwy. 278 east, left on Buchanan St., right on Memorial Dr., right on S. Johnston St. to public parking by Dallas New Era (corner of Spring St. and Johnston St.)
From East of Dallas:
Hwy 278 west, right on Hwy 61, left on Henry Holland Dr., right on Main St. to parking by First Baptist Church and parking behind Sals and W&R Pharmacy.
From South of Dallas:
Hwy 61 north, cross over Hwy 278, left on Henry Holland Dr., right on Main St. to parking by First Baptist Church and parking behind Sals and W &R Pharmacy.
Historic Courthouse Art Exhibit: Phase 2: Art Educators:
Gale Connelly and Iia Owens Williamson
This art exhibit will be on display on the 2nd floor of the OLD courthouse in the Historic Courthouse Gallery during the Fall Fest.
Take the elevator or stairs to the 2nd floor and check out the
11 artist studios, Courtroom Gallery and Gift Shop.
As a non-profit organization, PFAA relies on local businesses to help facilitate community-enriching programs, such as our Annual FALL FEST and our Annual Scholarship. Please consider helping Paulding Fine Arts Association bring this fun festival to the City of Dallas through financial contributions. Click here to see various sponsorship levels available for the festival and our organization.
A huge THANK YOU to everyone who has sponsored our organization.
Click here to see a list of our members and sponsors.
Booth fees are $20 for PFAA members and $40 for non-members. 10 ft x 10 ft spaces are available for exhibitors interested in displaying and selling their works. This Fall Fest will provide a venue for both artists and crafts persons to display and sell their work. Art work and crafts must be original by the artist or crafts person.
Any questions, please call (770) 445-9008 or email email@example.com
Phone calls and email will be returned once a week.
We look forward to see YOU at the upcoming Fall Fest!
MANY THANKS to ALL of our Sponsors and Patrons
Click here to find out more about becoming a
Member or Sponsor of PFAA.
Your Sponsorship is TAX-DEDUCTIBLE too!
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