The first annual Frenchtown Heritage Festival brought together the community and attracted some out of town visitors.
The festival is the third initiative funded by a the Volunteer Generation Fund. The $25,000 grant was given to Leon County based on it's ability to address issues like economic recovery.
Folks took the time to get to know Frenchtown a little better. The historic landmark, The Taylor House, was open for people to tour before it's opening in the fall.
" There is a lot of value that can be added to any community as people know how they've grown from the challenges they've overcome and the lessons learned to be successful," said a festival goer.
The festival was created to bring the Frenchtown community together and to celebrate it's heritage.
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