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Atlanta's Hottest Fall Festivals

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Oct 23rd, 2013

If Atlanta was hot this summer from a weather standpoint, then it is on fire right now as far as generating fun is concerned. If you want to get in on the fun, stop by one of these upcoming fall festivals.

Taste of Atlanta

For 12 years, the Taste of Atlanta has aimed to win the hearts of its visitors through satisfying their bellies.  Judging by the increasing popularity of the event, it’s fair to say its organizers have succeeded in meeting their goals.  This weekend, stop by Midtown’s Tech Square to sample food that is on offer from some 90+ of Atlanta’s finest restaurants.  Attend kitchen workshops led by local and national celebrity chefs, and you will be able to dazzle guests to your luxury downtown Atlanta rental home the way that the food at Taste of Atlanta dazzles you.  In order to secure your place as an attendee to this event, purchase a ticket online.

Snellville Fall Festival

Scarecrows, costumes, and pumpkin pies, oh my!  If you are looking for a festival experience that will really throw you into that Autumn spirit, look no further than the northeast Atlanta suburb of Snellville.  With inflatable bounce houses for the kids, a bungee ride for the teens, and hayrides for all, the Snellville Fall Festival offers something for everyone.  Head out to the Snellville Town Greene this Saturday, October 26th with an empty stomach and a mind to have fun, and you shouldn’t be disappointed.  Participate in the silent auction, and you may even return to your luxury downtown Atlanta rental home with a scarecrow in hand.

Smyrna Fall Jonquil Festival

Featuring the handiwork of some 175 local and traveling artisans, the Smyrna Fall Jonquil Festival is one of the Atlanta area’s premier fall arts festivals.  Held in downtown Smyrna’s village green, this year’s festival will feature live entertainment by puppeteer Peter Hart and musician Scott Johnson.  Festival foods of varying fat contents will be served up at the festival’s dozens of food booths, which will be open from 10 AM to 6 PM on Saturday and 12 PM to 5 PM on Sunday.  Since admission is free, you can even show up just to browse the artisanal selection for an hour or so without having to bear any great costs at all.

Regardless of whether you are looking for a day filled with family-fun, an outing with friends, or a great date idea, these Atlanta area festivals should be able to fulfill your weekend activity wishes.  So grab that scarf and jacket to show off your fall fashion and leave your luxury downtown Atlanta rental home behind for the day in favor of a visit to one of these exciting festivals.

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