Monday, September 27, 2021 - Saturday, October 2, 2021
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
It's as cool as it sounds. Besides the typical festival fare, there is honey everywhere. Honey jars, honey sticks, whipped honey, honey-based products, honey foods... get it? Grab a honey and head to this sweet event with nifty activities every day for a week. it happens right smack it the middle of the cutest downtown around. Charge the phone or bring plenty of film because the photo and memory-making ops here are plentiful.
FREE parking and HANDICAP parking will be available (Map coming Soon)
7a.m - Kick-Off Breakfast at The Depot. Everyone is welcome
7 a.m. - Senior Walk (Sponsored by our local Lions Club)
11 a.m.- 2 p.m. - Brown Bag Lunch at the Depot. Music provided, honoring our teachers of the year for Hahira Elementary and Hahira Middle School.
11 a.m. - Community lunch (served by Martin McLane Funeral Home)
FRIDAY (Entertainment during the day at the Hahira Train Depot)
10 a.m.-6 p.m. - Arts, Crafts & Food Concessions
5 p.m. - 7 p.m. - (Fish Fry Sponsored by the Hahira Historical Society)
SATURDAY (Entertainment during the day at the Hahira Train Depot)
8 a.m. - 5K Run @ Community Center (For more information, please contact 5K Chairman at 229.506.8618)
9 a.m. - 6 p.m. - Arts, Crafts, Food Concessions
9 a.m. - Kids Zone - Fun - Pony Rides, Human Hamster Water Experience, The Climbing Wall
12 p.m. - Honey Bee Parade
Click here for the Arts/Crafts Vendor Application.
Most booth spaces measures 10' x 10', with a limited number of 5' x 10' spaces. You may bring a portable tent to display your goods or to assist with climate control. For any questions that are not answered in the guidelines below, please contact Darlene at 229.794.2214 or Hank at 229.251.5773
Click here for the Food Vendor Application.
Food Vendors are a special part of our Honey Bee Festival family...so special in fact, you have your very own person managing your guidelines and applications. For further questions; call Lana Hall at 229.794.1425
Parade Theme: Protecting our Youth, Preserving our Future
The Hahira Honey Bee Parade is often referred to as "the largest parade in South Georgia". While we aren't sure if that is true, we are sure that it is fun for young and old alike! There are rules that we must adhere to, set by city ordinances, committee discretion, and state laws. The invitation letter is sent via email (when available) annually to past entries with the rules listed and new entries are always a joy to have. Below you will find a link to both the rules and the parade application.
Click here for Kid Zone Information.
If you would like to have a place in the kid's zone...this is the place. Please click on the icon below for guidelines and application. You may also contact Hank Flythe at 229.251.5773 for any information not covered in the guidelines.
The Hahira Honey Bee Festival Pageant will be held on Saturday, September 25th at Bethany Baptist Church. Please contact Lacie Ross @ 229-272-2782 for more information.
The Senior Walk will be held this year at the Depot on Tuesday morning, Sept 28th, and sponsored by our local Lions Club. Sign in for the walk will begin at 7 a.m., followed by a light breakfast. Vendors will be available to provide information on health and wellness. Also there will be medical personnel available to assess blood pressures and heart health.
For more information, contact Shannon Kingston @ 229-834-2306
220 W. Main Street
Hahira GA 31632
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