This past weekend marked the annual Kernersville Spring Folly, a festival that attracts nearly 25,000 people the first weekend of May. It's a time of food, fun, and fellowship for the entire family to participate in. I decided to take the camera with us as we headed downtown.
We reconnected with Teresa who owns Mama Bass. We were next to each other back in December at a local Holiday Bazaar. She offers unique handbags and hook-n-go totes, as well as a Hug-a-Luv memory bear which I've purchased but I'm waiting on the right moment to give to my son. Oh, and yes it's a Cowboys themed bear. *Smile* You can find Mama Bass on several social media outlets including Etsy, Instagram, and Twitter.
We also met Gene with G and S Gourmet Dips. They offer a wide range of dip flavors that you can make to enjoy. Fiesta Supreme and Bacon Cheddar were some of our favorites. The great thing about his dips were that they could be used for food, fruit, and even dessert. Tired of the same old dip from the grocery stores? Give G and S a try. Check out their Facebook Group.
We had an awesome time this year at the Spring Folly. This was the first time I was able to visit the festival each day. I want to also shout out the Kernersville Chamber of Commerce for doing a fine job with advertising. If you looking for a great time with small town vibes, please check out the Spring Folly in 2017.
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