EARLY COUNTY, Ga. (WDHN) — In Georgia news, Saturday was the 51st Annual Kolomoki Festival at the Kolomoki Mounds State Park.
The festival celebrates one of the most significant woodland Native American sites in the southeast.
The event featured a wide range of activities including many craft and food vendors, an antique tractor show, water activities, and musical performances by the Blakely Mass Choir and the “Bo Henry band.”
Attendees also had the opportunity to learn primitive skills such as flint knapping, hide tanning, archery, pottery, and more!
The park manager of Kolomoki spoke with WDHN about how significant this event is for the state park.
“So this is sponsored through the Friends of Kolomoki,” Park Manager, Lauren Bryant said. “This is our largest event, this is also one of our largest events we try to build up profit this, so the revenue we make allows us to do more programs throughout the year through Friends of Kolomoki.”
One of the programs today’s festival helps sponsor is the park’s Halloween celebration on October 30.
For more information on Kolomoki’s upcoming events, click here.