Events In Madison County, NC

Mermaids in Marshall

 North Main Street Marshall, North Carolina 28753 North Main Street Marshall, North Carolina 28753
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8 June 2019

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 Mars Hill North Carolina
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It's that time again!! The 12th Annual Mermaid Parade and Festival takes place all over Downtown Marshall on June 8!

Splash Island for the kids and kids at heart with an 18' water slide, bounce house and inflated slip and slide, Food fundraisers with the Local Boy Scout Troop 521 and the Presbyterian Church! Pirate and Mermaid Story time all on Blannahassett Island, a.k.a. "The Island" 11 am to 5 pm, Don't forget your swim suit!

Arts and Crafts Vendor area is across the street from Mad Co Brew House, 12 pm - 7pm with Live Local Music in the vendor area and on the Court House Steps! If you would like to vend, please message the event for the application!

1st Annual Seafood Competition Cook Off with Local Professionals and Amateur! This is the only ticketed event and we partnered with Beacon of Hope Food Pantry for a canned food drive, so for every can you donate you get $1 off your ticket!! Your ticket is your vote! The public judges this one and that means you! We will have live music, beer and wine for purchase. You can purchase your entrance ticket at the door at 11 am and drop off your cans so you don't have to carry them around all day! The Cook off is 2 pm- 4pm in the Old Arts Council Building ( 90 S. Main St. next to the Post Office )

We have a shuttle this year provided by Blue Heron Rafting! Park in the designated area at Ingles on 25/70 and get a ride into town! The shuttle will run from 11 am to 8 pm. Tips appreciated!

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Madison County Tourism Development Authority

56 South Main Street
Mars Hill, NC 28754

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Mailing Address: PO Box 1527
    Mars Hill, NC 28754