​September 7, 2017


This Day Trip is Sold Out, Wait List only. Effective June 12, 2017

We start this day tour with a visit to an area East of Atlanta, Social Circle, GA to enjoy the ambiance of the Old South & enjoy a delicious Southern style meal at the well-known Blue Willow Inn Restaurant.  This internationally acclaimed restaurant is located in the historic district in a turn-of-the century Greek Revival mansion with antebellum decor.

After lunch, you’ll have time to visit their gift shop that includes some Blue Willow collectibles.

The Yellow Daisy Festival is named for the Confederate Yellow Daisy or Stone Mountain Daisy that was in 1846 discovered in an outcrop of granite on Stone Mountain, GA. It is voted as one of the top three arts & crafts shows in the nation & takes place in Stone Mountain, GA.

We will visit the festival after lunch. The festival includes a wide variety of unique creations  offered throughout the meandering trails of the wooded area. There is also a main stage where you will find a great place to just relax and enjoy the music of regional bands playing bluegrass or country music.

Wear good walking shoes with comfortable socks. There is quite a bit of walking along winding paths IF you want to see ALL of the crafters.  

Transportation via deluxe new motor coach, with F/T escort.  Lunch & Festival Tour included. 

Departs from:  First Church of the Nazarene, lower parking lot,

1998 Shades Crest Rd., Vestavia Hills, Al @ 7:30 am.  

COST:  $109. per person - before August 7, 2017

Reservations: 205-617-7866

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