The Rattling Gourd Arts Festival will continue on Sunday. The festival gets underway at 11 AM on Sunday and lasts until 5 PM.
Reports indicate that some of the visitors to the festival came from as far away as Atlanta and even Mississippi to attend the festival.
Rattling Gourd Arts Festival is named for a native American that once lived in the area that is now Chattooga County. Every year local artists and craftspeople are able to dispaly their works of art at the festival.
Some of the works featured include: Atteka Abdou, paintings; Tisa Barton, gourds and baskets; Linda Espy, jewelry and sculpture; Debbie and Doug Hawkins, opal and stone jewelry; Justin Manning, hypertufa planters, concrete tables and elements; Jim Marbutt, carving in wood; Fran Myers, pottery; Olivia Myers, hand built pottery; Roland Rankin, paintings; James Schroeder, pop art; Betsy Scott, photography and bronze sculptures; Kay Worsham, baskets; B. J. Wright, paintings; Graham and Sue White, turned wood; John Charles Turner, cosmic folk art; Victorian Christmas Guild Display and Chattooga County Garden Club, delicious food.