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Black Bear Festival, Oct. 22-23, City Park, Chatsworth. Food, crafts, entertainment, costume contest, pumpkin decorating, kidsí corner and more. (706) 695-6060.Harvest fun

BY JENNIFER J. HEWETT

’Tis the season for ghosts, goblins, pumpkins and corn mazes! Whether you’re looking for the biggest pumpkin at one of the many farms around the state, or winding your way through a corn maze path, October is made for family fun in Georgia.

If arts, crafts and folk demonstrations are more your speed, Georgia’s fall festivals will keep you entertained. From Blue Ridge to Tybee Island, every weekend has something that’s sure to please!

Hit the road:

Black Bear Festival, Oct. 22-23, City Park, Chatsworth. Food, crafts, entertainment, costume contest, pumpkin decorating, kids’ corner and more. (706) 695-6060.


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