(Featured photo: Kids take turns trying to dunk the preacher at the annual Jack-O-Lantern Jubilee Festival in North Augusta on October 28, 2023. Mike Adams/Augusta Good News.)
NORTH AUGUSTA – Crowd jammed Georgia Avenue Saturday for the 37th annual Jack-O-Lantern Jubilee.
Carnival rides, vendors and a variety of entertainment were all part of the festivities.
GRAMMY-award winner TobyMac opened the event Friday with Sister Hazel and Chapel Hart taking the main stage Saturday.
Community groups also performed.
Mike Adams has won multiple Georgia Press Association awards. Subscribe to have Augusta Good News headlines delivered to your inbox here.
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