Good Morning Y’all! As you are reading this, I am hopefully walking in to my house back in Nashville, returning from our trip to Clearwater, Florida. Ironically, right at this moment, I am actually typing this post from a hotel room in Atlanta! (did that confuse you) … sorry!
Why is that ironic? Well, I am going to tell you about an awesome event that is happening right outside of Atlanta at Stone Mountain Park in a few weeks.
Disclosure: This information in the post was provided by Country Living. I was given 3 tickets to the Country Living Fair. 1 for myself and a pair to giveaway to our readers. All opinions are 100% mine. Pictures were provided by Country Living.
Stone Mountain Park? ”That sounds familiar” you say! Well that’s because I just told y’all all about our fun trip to Stone Mountain Park, GA.
Gosh, the irony of this post is killing me. The timing is awesome!
Well I’ll tell you how! Going for free would make it better, right? (wink wink Giveaway at the end of post)
This is the 14th year of the Country Living Fair. It will be held at Stone Mountain Park October 25-27!
I’ve heard magnificent things about this event. Now that it is so close to home I can’t wait to go!!!
The Country Living Fair in Atlanta is perfect for Chaotically Creative readers because it’s got everything there that we love!!! The fair will give attendees the chance to enjoy the Country Living lifestyle in a fun, festival atmosphere with cooking, crafting, and other DIY demonstrations, as well as fantastic local and artisan food.
There’s also tons of unique opportunities for shopping, featuring more than 200 vendors offering antiques, gifts, home décor, jewelry and more.
Not to mention again, that it’s at Stone Mountain Park which is amazing itself. We stayed at the Hotel on sight and you can too! Or you can camp!
There will also be some amazing special guests scheduled to attend the Atlanta Country Living Fair. They will participate in book signings, demonstrations and panel discussions. The guests include:
- · Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell, of Cooking Channel’s “The Fabulous Beekman Boys”;
- · Cari Cucksey, estate sale expert and host of HGTV’s “Cash & Cari”;
- · Carrie Morey, owner of Callie’s Charleston Biscuits and author of “Callie’s Biscuits and Southern Traditions”;
- · Elizabeth Demos, author of “Vintage Wedding Style.”
“The Country Living Fair gives me and the editorial staff the opportunity to connect with our readers—plus our favorite style and food experts—at an event that captures what the magazine is all about,” said Sarah Gray Miller, editor-in-chief of Country Living magazine. “As a former southerner, I particularly love heading down to Atlanta. The vintage finds there are fantastic, and get better every year!” Country Living
Country Living was nice enough to give our readers a chance to win a pair of 3 day passes to the Country Living Fair. October 25-27 2013
Here’s are the details
You have 6 chances to enter to win. You are required to like Country Living on Facebook and Chaotically Creative on Facebook. The other 4 selections are optional. Obviously the more options you complete the higher your chances of winning are. Keep in mind the prize is for a pair of tickets that will give you access to the fair for the full 3 days. Airfare, hotel etc. are not included.
TICKET AND FAIR INFORMATION
- · Admission is $13 in advance and $16 at the door; three-day weekend passes are available for $15 in advance and $20 at the door;
- · An Early Bird 3-Day Weekend Pass is available for $40 (in advance only) and grants early admission on Friday and Saturday at 8:30 a.m. (no early admission on Sunday);
- · Children ages 16 and under are free.
Hours: Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; gates open for Early Birds at 8:30 a.m. Friday & Saturday.
Held rain or shine outdoors under tents, the Fair takes place on the grounds of the Stone Mountain Park, a scenic recreation area 16 miles east of downtown Atlanta [Exit 8 off of U.S. Highway 78]. Regular parking fees apply daily.