SATURDAY, March 21st & Sunday, March 22nd
Saturday, March 21st
& Sunday, March 22nd
Evans Towne Center Park
$5 Adm. Saturday / Sunday is FREE
what is YUCHiKiOKEE?
“ YOU-chee-Kie-OH-kee” | Ancient Artisans
The YUCHiKiOKEE Festival receives its namesake from the ancient artisans of 18th
century Columbia County. Two Native American tribes who once cultivated our land, the Yuchis (also spelled Ugee, Uchee, or Euchee) and the Kiokees were later assimilated into larger Native American Nations. Both tribes resided in what would later be named Columbia County, lending their names to two of the creeks that wind through the county and join into the Savannah River – the Euchee Creek and the Kiokee Creek.
Art | Music | Dance | Heritage
Located in Evans, GA, (two hours east of Atlanta, GA) the two-day festival celebrates Columbia County’s art, music, dance, and heritage! Saturday, March 21st
will begin with live entertainment at 11:00 a.m., Opening Ceremonies at noon, followed by performances from the organizations of Columbia County Arts, a juried fine art competition, and artisans from the southeast. The evening will bring a regional featured concert/performance – family friendly and suitable for all ages. Sunday, March 22nd
will kick-off at 10:00 AM with live performances from Journey Church and close at 5:00 p.m. with excerpts from the Columbia County Ballet’s “Roar of Love”.
ARTISAN APPLICATION FORM
Easter Egg Scramble
SATURDAY, March 28th
10 a.m. ages 1-4 | 11 a.m. ages 5+ | Admission is $1 per child. Kelley Family Band will perform from 10:30-11:00. Easter Egg Scramble begins promptly at the times listed so please plan on arriving at least 15 minutes before start times. In the event of rain there will be a make-up date on Saturday, April 4th.
Rock FORE! Dough XI
TUESDAY, April 7th
Lady Antebellum Pavilion at Evans Towne Center Park
7016 Evans Town Center Boulevard
Evans, GA 30809
Featuring. . .
A Thousand Horses
Phillip Lee, Jr.