You can enjoy some great chicken wings and good entertainment Saturday at the Exchange Club Fairgrounds.
The stage is ready, and a few vendors have already brought in their trailers ready to cook some wings and other delicious food!
Organizers say there will be about 45 food and arts and crafts vendors. There will be live bands and the festival will go on from 11AM to 9PM, with something for everyone to enjoy.
"There's also lots of stuff for kids. There's bouncy houses, rock walls, bunging jumps, go carts for those 6 and under and all kinds of fun stuff going on," said Marci Schneider.
Tickets are just $5 and this year kids who wear their baseball or soccer uniforms can get in free.
Proceeds from the Wingfest will go to the Cancer Coalition of South Georgia.
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