Sharon Shenanigans – Community Fair
Saturday, April 27, 2019
10AM – 4PM
Sharon/Raytown Community House
302 Raytown Rd
Sharon, GA 30664
Current plans include live entertainment, tours, kids activities, music, food sales, and vendors throughout the day.
Local artisans will present antiques, art, jewelry, hand-made crafts including crochet items, woodcrafts, and more. Also available will be freshly ground grits, jams, jellies, honey, plants, and commemorative t-shirts.
Sharon, GA is the historical site of the oldest Catholic church and cemetery in the state of Georgia. (Locust Grove Catholic Church) We are located just a few miles off I-20 making this an easy and enjoyable venture for the family. We have vendor space available and working hard now to plan all our family and children’s activities.
Renee P Brown, Mayor of Sharon
Jane Kuehn, Event Chair
Donna Taylor, Vendor Coordinator
Buddy Patterson and Ruth Adams, Sharon Beautification
Thomas MacFie, Bike Ride Coordinator
Tommy Fanning, Sound
Community members, city councilmen and the Mayor of Sharon, Renee Brown (with scissors), cut the ribbon to the acreage that will be used next year for Sharon Shenanigans. It is newly seeded and will be ready by next April.
Mr. Ramsden brought his solar telescopes, in honor of Deerlick Astronomy Village, the Darkest Skies in Georgia, so participants could actually look at the sun!
The Sheriff’s Department was on duty to make sure everyone acted appropriately. Rob Moore with daughter Shelby and John Walton Henderson with daughter Chloe enjoyed their day at the event.
Pet and Wayne Williams will provide “mule” and wagon rides free of charge from 11-4.