Freedom Festival planned Sept. 15 in Blountville

Published 8:40 am Friday, September 7, 2018

The Ethnos Movement International will host a Freedom Festival Sept. 15 in Blountville at Celebration Church from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The festival, the first, has a two-fold purpose: to highlight local crafters and vendors while raising funds to help ministries combat human trafficking and impoverishment around the world.
Organizers of the event say it is an opportunity for the community to meet local artisans and see their amazing hand-crafted items. Some of the featured items will include jewelry, crocheted items, wreaths, woven baskets, woodworking, candles, pottery, paper quilling, soap, wood-burned items, repurposed furniture, hairbows and much more.
Several food trucks will be on site to provide tasty treats.
The festival will feature children’s activities, storytelling, a cake walk, silent auction and all-day entertainment provided by LampLight Theatre, featuring Cory Snowden, Phillis & Banks, Pocket Full of Seeds, Devin Adkins Worship Band, and Outpour Dance Company.
Ethnos Movement is based in Gray and raises funds to support 100 Christian missionaries and projects in Africa.

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