MILLEDGEVILLE — The Fall Line Farmers Market delivered live music, homemade goodies and fresh produce to the downtown area Friday in front of First Presbyterian Church. Georgia Bob’s employees were on site with barbecue and chicken salad sandwiches while the Georgia Peach Company offered free peach smoothies. Big Mike and the Booty Papas provided live music as patrons visited the market booths. The market was held last week after it was rescheduled earlier this month due to the threat of rain. The Fall Line Farmers Market is held monthly during the downtown First Friday events from 4 to 8 p.m. May through November. For more information call 478-452-9394.
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