The fun-filled free family fair festival event in North Carolina.
Can't you just smell those hot dogs smothered in onions, barbecue
dipped in some hot Southern sauce or just taste the homemade ice
cream? Music, events, crafts, out of town
homemade ice cream all southern style!
This festival was born in 1986 as
the bicentennial celebration of the Quaker settling known as Bush
The heritage is proud and strong
and carries with it a tradition of excellence in all this community
has become. The festival explodes with the hopes and dreams of this
community - from a chamber of commerce which works passionately to
ensure its viability to children laughing and adults devouring
homemade ice cream and barbecue. It's wonderful.
The streets have changed just a bit
since 1986, but the people remain the steadfast in friendship and
faith. Keep the tradition alive and enjoy meeting friends you
haven't seen since last year's festival. Last year's festival had
230 vendors lining the streets of Archdale with their wares.
year, the Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce is
expecting over 200 vendors who will be selling all types of food,
homemade crafts, artwork, raffle tickets, pottery, baskets and more.