Carlton Junction Function

At least it has a fun name....

Time for some fun in Carlton The Carlton Junction Function, an annual festival in Carlton, will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 25 in a large field off Georgia Highway 72
near the U.S. Post Office. This year the festival will feature seven barbecue booths and five bluegrass and blues bands. Anyone who wants to provide food or be a craft vendor is asked to contact Karen Hedgelon at (706) 797-3743. "This is one of the best of the small-town fair events in Northeast Georgia, with a growing number of vendors and attendees," said Dena Chandler,
one of the festival organizers. The festival's name is derived from its history with the railroad, which still runs through the small town in Southeastern Madison County.

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