Meriwether County civic clubs, schools, churches and a wide range of non-profit organizations have exclusive access to food concession operations raising funds for many worthwhile community projects. There are no better southern foods, anywhere! Later it was used to store a few thousand bales of newly ginned cotton. On the outer perimeter of this building there were low sheds with feed troughs where many steers have been fattened. Festival information is at the building center and the west end the building provides a rustic stage for continuous entertainment.
History of the Cotton Pickin’ Fair | Cotton Pickin Fair in Gay, GA
Gay, anchor the eight 8 acres venue. Over artisans and antique specialists from across the United States are nestled in and around interesting farm buildings. Musicians, puppeteers, folk dancers, and a magician entertain on a variety of rustic stages across a tree-lined farmstead reminiscent of rural life a hundred years ago. A grand variety of delicious southern food prepared on site benefits local nonprofit organizations and charities. First priority is given to our local nonprofit organizations many of these organizations have been with us for over forty years. Applications for the May edition should be received by March 1 and August 1 for the October edition.