FARMVILLE, NC - The Farmville Dogwood Festival will celebrate the community and spring on April 24-27, 2014.

Located in the heart of eastern North Carolina, the community of Farmville has proudly hosted the Farmville Dogwood Festival for the past 25 years on the town commons surrounded by stately oaks, azaleas, dogwoods and a burst of color from annuals and perennials.

The focal point of the festival is the arts and crafts pavilion featuring the artistic talents and workmanship of the artisans of eastern North Carolina. Surrounding the pavilion are a number of venues that accent the town commons. Nearby is the gazebo with a constant stream of local musical talent. The Kids Cool Fest tent provides the youth an opportunity to create crafts and to have fun, all free of charge. Lining the street are food vendors providing a potpourri of delicacies. Behind the town hall are rides provided by Michaels Amusements that appeal to all ages. The ball field is where our headline musical acts perform at night for festival patrons.

The Dogwood Festival has been honored as a legacy festival by the Library of Congress.
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