Forsyth Historic Train Festival – November 5th @ 10:00am featuring Female Artist of the Year FINALIST Kaleigh Courson

Monroe County Historical Society & City of Forsyth Main Street are happy to announce the 2016 Historic Train Festival, Saturday, November 5th, 2016.   

80f7557a-6e0a-448d-b791-7aaaa5e00599-historictrainsForsyth’s Historic Train Festival began in 2013 as the 175th Year Celebration of rail in Forsyth. With just a few vendors, a model train exhibit, a children’s art show, and a couple of bounce houses for the kid’s, the festival was a hit with the community. It then became clear to the Monroe County Historical Society this festival had the potential to fulfill a need for Forsyth and Monroe County, as a year end festival that would celebrate the community’s past. In two short years, the festival has grown drastically. More vendors, more exhibits, more events. This year’s affair is sure to draw a crowd and sure to please all who take part in the festivities. You will not want to miss out!

Kaleigh Courson is a Country Music singer-songwriter from Macon, Georgia who has a deep passion for writing and performing. She is the Female Artist of the Year FINALIST for the Georgia Country Music Awards and will be performing November 6th at the Crazy Bull in Macon, Georgia.

Kaleigh will be showcasing her strong ability to blend Southern Rock into her unqiue Country sound at the Forsyth Historic Train Festival FREE event.

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Visit Forsyth’s Historic Train Festival every fall as they celebrate with Live entertainment and daily activities and help the railroad and it’s historical impact to the City of Forsyth, Georgia.

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WHEN?

November 5th @ 10:00am

WHERE?

Forsyth Historic Train Festival
East Adams Street Forsyth, GA 31029
Call (478) 994-7747

Video of Kelsea Ballerini singing her hit song “Love Me Like You Mean It” with Kaleigh Courson LIVE in Macon, Georgia.

 

 

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