Bring on the Yellow Daisy Festival!
Wendell ScottGeorgia native Wendell Scott is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in Digital/Broadcast Journalism. Wendell's love for adventure with a local flair has taken him from performing at Stone Mountain Park to working in various media outlets around Georgia. Recently, he completed hosting and producing the nation's first college daytime talk show, The Wendell Show (www.youtube.com/TheWendellShow1) for three years. He loves horror films, sour gummi worms and anything James Franco. Follow him on Twitter: @TheWendellShow. Or if you want to chat, shoot him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember when going to arts & crafts class used to be the highlight of your day?
Well I can’t guarantee you a hall pass, but I can tell you that one of the top arts & crafts shows in the nation is here!
The Yellow Daisy Festival at Stone Mountain Park opens this Thursday and features over 400 artists and craftsmen from thirty-eight different states and two countries. This amazing festival features many unique creations and other exciting events like craftsmen demonstrations, clogging, and live music. As families meander through the wooded trails searching for the perfect creation, the mission of the festival still holds strong: re-connecting families and friends with fun, shopping, live entertainment and good food.
The festival starts September 6 and runs through September 9. You can find the festival at the Special Events Meadow at Stone Mountain Park.
For more information, check out: http://festivals.stonemountainpark.com/mini-section/default.aspx?id=14
(Full Disclosure: Wendell Scott is a former employee at Stone Mountain Park)