Just One Africa will have a table showcasing our bracelets and other merchandise, as well as demonstrating our water filter.
Join us the last weekend of September, the 26th and 27th (Saturday – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. & Sunday – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) as we celebrate 31 years of Riverfest and enjoy over 200 arts and crafts vendors, concessionaires, and family entertainers, as well as an exciting children’s area.
The Riverfest Arts and Crafts Festival is the historic cornerstone of the Service League’s fundraising efforts. Now in its 31st year, the festival has earned a notable reputation for its family-oriented approach and warm relationship with its vendors. Riverfest is a juried show, featuring original, creative, handmade work from artisans all over the region. Additionally, the event showcases incredible entertainment throughout the weekend – live music and dancing – as well as a fun-filled children’s area where children of all ages can participate in a number of kid-friendly rides and activities.
Many of our Riverfest exhibitors and guests at the fair have asked how the funds raised at Riverfest are spent. Take a moment and see what the Service League is all about by exploring our website. The Service League of Cherokee County has been touching the lives of children in our county for 80 years. THANKS to you, our exhibitors and the many others who support our projects, we will continue to make major contributions to the needs of the children of Cherokee County.
Handicap Accessible | No dogs allowed in Boling Park, per City of Canton Ordinance | Free Parking & Shuttle Services Available | Admission for adults and children 11 and older is a $5 donation at the gates | No coolers, bicycles, skateboards, or alcoholic beverages allowed on site
Boling Park is located on the banks of the Etowah River in Canton behind Cherokee High School. Take I-575 to Exit 16/GA Highway 5 and follow the signs to the festival