Southern Charm at the Farm at Tanglewood Park


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Tanglewood Park in Clemmons will host Southern Charm at the Farm at Tanglewood Park on Saturday, April 22 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Southern Charm at the Farm is one of the largest collaborations of vintage, handcrafted and re-purposed goods in the South. Southern Charm at the Farm has more than 200, mainly local, vendors. Each vendor is handpicked to ensure the highest quality of items. Shoppers can expect to see everything from handpainted furniture and hand-sewn clothing, jewelry, candles and gift items to vintage/antique decor and hand-carved wood pieces.

In addition to unique vendors, Southern Charm at the Farm will have the following food trucks: Wings & Fins, the Porterhouse Burger Truck, The DawgHouse, Shaved ParadICE, Rock n’ Grill, The MunchieWagon, Little Creek BBQ, Food Freaks, Flite TimeWings, Camel City Grill, and Boone Doggies Hot Dogs. There will also be other local food items for sale and live music. There will be a nursing/baby station, food court area with seating, and The Animal C.A.R.E. foundation will be onsite with adoptable pups. This is an alcohol-free event and is family friendly. Large crowds are expected, so come early.

Admission is free, but parking is $5 per car.

Southern Charm hosted its first show in the Fall of 2015 at a small bed and breakfast in Walnut Cove. After two successful shows in Walnut Cove the owner, Allison Dahl of Dahlias Floral Design, decided to bring the event closer to home and host it in Forsyth County. The 2016 Fall show was held at Wilstella Farm in Kernersville and drew an estimated 10,000 shoppers. Outgrowing that venue in just one show, Dahl chose to move to Tanglewood Park.

For more information, please visit facebook.com/SouthernCharmattheFarm.

Source: Tanglewood Park


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