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List of dogwood festivals

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Several U.S. cities and towns hold dogwood festivals. These are usually annual events coinciding with the blooming of dogwood trees in the spring:

  • The Atlanta Dogwood Festival is an arts-and-crafts fair held annually at Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • The Vestavia Hills Dogwood Festival is a multifaceted month-long event in Vestavia Hills, Alabama
  • The Dogwood Festival of Charlottesville, Virginia has been held since 1958.
  • The Fayetteville, North Carolina Dogwood Festival is a three-day musical event held annually since 1982
  • Winchester, Tennessee, has held a Dogwood Festival annually since 2005.
  • The Dogwood Arts Festival is a yearly arts festival in Knoxville, Tennessee, that was started in 1960.
  • The Dogwood Festival held in Quincy, Illinois annually in May.
  • The "Dogwood Festival of the Lewis-Clark Valley" is a month-long festival celebrated annually in Lewiston, Idaho
  • The "Lake of the Ozarks Dogwood Festival" began in 1950 in Camdenton, Missouri.
  • A Dogwood Festival has been held annually since 1962 in Perry County, Indiana
  • An annual Dogwood Festival in Farmville, North Carolina was started in 1987
  • The annual Dogwood Festival in Woodville, Texas was started in 1940.
  • A Dogwood Festival is held annually in Vinton, Virginia.
  • A Dogwood Festival takes place in May at Phoenixville, Pennsylvania.
  • A Dogwood Festival is held annually in April Mebane, North Carolina.
  • A Dogwood Festival is held annually in May in Mullens, West Virginia.
  • A Dogwood Festival, dating back to 1935, is held annually in early May in Fairfield, CT.
  • References

    List of dogwood festivals Wikipedia

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