ARDMORE, Tenn. - The Greater Ardmore Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the 28th annual Ardmore Crape Myrtle Festival scheduled for August 22, 2020, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at John Barnes Park located at 30515 Ardmore Ridge Road in Ardmore, Tennessee.
The admission to the festival is...
... free and will be an outdoor celebration of the Ardmore community. It will offer live entertainment, arts and crafts vendors, delicious festival food and all types and colors of crape myrtles. This is one of the two largest fundraisers for the Chamber.
At the close of early-bird registration, there are more than 40 vendors participating in this year’s festival. A few of the new vendors this year will be Dixie Wreaths by Marypat. She will have unique one-of-a-kind handmade wreaths and farmhouse decor. Also, Jim's Woodturning will have an assortment of wood-turned items including bowls, birdhouses, and more. To view up-to-the-date vendors, check out the festival website by clicking here.
The Chamber is taking several COVID-19 precautions to keep attendees safe. Those include, but are not limited to, having hand sanitizing stations set up around the festival, encouraging attendees to wear masks, vendor booths spaced out due to social distancing, and having a one-way walking path that will be enforced.
“The festival is a wonderful opportunity for the community to come out and support our Chamber and see some wonderful crafts and experience our local culture,” said Yolandia Eubanks, Director of the Greater Ardmore Chamber of Commerce.
The Greater Ardmore Chamber of Commerce serves two states, four counties, and one community. We promote economic development, quality of life, and education in the Greater Ardmore area. For more information on the chamber’s programs, visit their website at greaterardmorechamber.com