The Cherokee Heights Arts Festival #TheBiggestLittleNeighborhoodFestival is just minutes from the Marietta Square. Booths will line Etowah Drive (between Freyer Drive and Seminole Drive) showcasing artwork in many forms. The Cherokee Heights neighborhood is the home of dozens of talented artists, and this realization prompted neighbors to organize what is now known as the Cherokee Heights Arts Festival. Over the years, entire families have gotten involved with creations now being offered by multi-generations.
A glimpse of what you might find:
rock painting activities ✷ jewelry ✷ clothing ✷ purses ✷ scarves ✷ art instruction for small artists ✷ quilts ✷ metal work ✷ paintings/oil ✷ LIVE MUSIC ✷ pastels/painted windows ✷ food vendor ✷ custom embroidery ✷ pillows & linens ✷ genealogy resources ✷ photography ✷ stationery – birdhouses ✷ soaps ✷ wreaths ✷ woodcraft ✷ felting ✷ locally authored books ✷ pottery ✷ gifts for children ✷ handcrafted edibles!
There will be activities for kids including art instruction, rock painting, experiments, Santa visits, etc.
Parking on the street is available.