The Second Annual Honey Festival and Market will take place downtown on June 25. It features live music, honey bee education, shopping and food vendors, a mead garden, and honey tastings.
There will be two free concerts across from Harold’s Famous Bee Co. . Route 67, will play noon to 3 p.m.; Nashville songwriter and recording artist Max T. Barnes will take the stage at 4 p.m.
Harold’s is offering free trolley rides to and from the festival on Saturday, with free parking at Eric Scott Leathers located at 980 Rozier St.