Forget a clubs and go for Bells and Whistles
February 13, 2016 - accent chair
McCormick is once again hosting a day festival — Bells and Whistles — a Saturday of The Masters golf tournament, Apr 9 this year, giving non-golf enthusiasts an choice form of entertainment.
A returning prominence is a Painted Chair-ity Silent Auction, in that chairs are artfully and creatively embellished and afterwards auctioned to advantage charities.
Local vendors embody Plum Branch Bee Co., with healthy skincare products, and Old Fence Forge, with domestic gates, musical pieces and organic collection and knives.
Others on house again embody Greenwood’s Emerald Farm, providing a sight float around city and a McCormick Car Club. Also touted is quilting, a Southern tea, humanities and crafts and food. Street performers — musicians, singers, dancers and some-more are being sought to perform on Main Street. The festival showcases McCormick as a tiny tyrannise town.
For information, revisit www.bellsandwhistles29835.com, revisit a Bells and Whistles Facebook page, or call -864-378-7032. The festival is a tax-exempt and deliberate a nonprofit organization.