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8th Annual Lavender Festival

Saturday June 9, 2018 10:00 am EDT
Cost: Free

Join us for the 8th Annual Roswell Lavender Festival, inspired by Barrington Hall's own lavender queen, Evelyn Simpson, a descendant of Barrington King. The festival is a celebration of all things lavender and highlights the many varieties, uses, and folk remedies associated with this ancient plant. The festival activities include shopping, eating, lavender and plant demonstrations, live music, children's activities, crafts, yoga & meditation, and a return to the Enchanted Fairy Hollow to craft your own fairy house.


For more information, call 770-640-3855 or email Michele Glazer at mglazer at roswellgov.com.

Parking
Visitor parking is free of charge but only available at the Roswell Presbyterian Church on Mimosa Blvd. and Roswell City Hall. No festival parking is available at Barrington Hall. Complimentary trolleys are available to and from the festival grounds. There is limited handicapped parking available at the festival.

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