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Annual Spring Yard and Garden Show coming, seeks vendors

It is time to sign up for the annual Spring Yard & Garden Show hosted by Peachtree City Parks and Recreation Department on Saturday, Apr. 24. Spring is here and business owners specializing in yard, or garden related products or services have the opportunity to showcase their items at this event, to be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Shakerag Knoll on McIntosh Trail in Peachtree City. Many local businesses in the surrounding area have already signed up for the show.

“This show will help businesses get their name out there and add to their customer database and it will help homeowners gain ideas for fresh new looks and give them ideas on how to add value back into their home,” said Event Coordinator, Ashley Alonso.
We are looking for vendors with produce, flowers, nurseries, stone, any yard décor, outdoor kitchens, pools, hot tubs, concrete, etc., anything to improve or add character to your yard.

“We still have space available and we are always looking for new vendors,” said Alonso. “If you know of anyone interested in participating in this show tell them to contact us. Sites start at $45 and are approximately 12’x12’.”

A vendor application, waiver, and the rules and regulations for this event are available online at under Spring Yard and Garden Show or you may visit the Recreation Administration Office at 191 McIntosh Trail.

If you have any questions or need more information, please contact Ashley Alonso at 770-631-2542 or


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