May-Retta Daze Returns on May 4-5

May-Retta Daze, scheduled for May 4-5, is an eagerly anticipated annual event that returns to Glover Park on Marietta Square. Drawing over 10,000 visitors annually, this festival has become a cornerstone of the community. It offers a vibrant showcase of handmade goods, delectable festival food, engaging entertainment, and family-friendly activities.

At its core, May-Retta Daze celebrates the craftsmanship and creativity of local artisans. From intricate paintings to exquisite pottery, masterfully crafted woodwork to shimmering glasswork, attendees can explore a diverse array of goods including metalwork, fabric creations, handmade soaps, candles, and more.

A highlight of the festival is the Georgia Grown Member Village, a special section dedicated to showcasing products from across the state. Here, visitors can discover a wide variety of items that proudly represent Georgia’s rich heritage and agricultural diversity.

Gourmet foods, artisanal crafts, and other unique offerings abound, providing an opportunity to support local businesses and artisans while experiencing the best of what Georgia has to offer.

In addition to its impressive lineup of artisans and exhibitors, May-Retta Daze offers a wealth of family-friendly entertainment and activities. Children can enjoy a dedicated Kid’s Zone, featuring interactive games, inflatables, face painting, and other engaging attractions.

Meanwhile, live music fills the air throughout the festival, with talented performers taking the stage to entertain the crowd with a diverse range of musical genres.

The festival will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on May 4 and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on May 5. Admission is free, making it accessible to all members of the community. Glover Park, located at the heart of Marietta Square, provides the perfect backdrop for this lively event.

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Its picturesque surroundings add to the festival’s charm and ambiance, creating an unforgettable weekend filled with art, music, and the vibrant spirit of Marietta Square.

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