What: Providence Baptist Church Community Fall Festival
When: Saturday, October 13, 2018, 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Where: 1773 Hawthorne Ave., downtown, College Park, GA
Contact: Gloria Williams
Date: August 24, 2018
Cost: FREE & open to the Public
For immediate release
the Providence Baptist Church Community Fall Festival
Performing on center stage will be Members of Orchestra Noir, The Atlanta African-American Orchestra. Gaining commercial and critical acclaim by fusing classical music with pop culture, Orchestra Noir has collaborated with international hip-hop superstars Migos and 2 Chainz for the “Culture” album which reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. Atlanta’s finest DJ, DJ Radikal will host the event while delighting the crowd with classic & contemporary R & B, & Gospel Music. Also performing will be Best Gospel Instrumentalist for the 22nd Annual Gospel Choice Awards & winner of Amateur Night at the Apollo, Avery Dixon will be performing. An amazing saxophonist Avery has played with jazz greats, Ken Ford & Mike Phillips. Jazz N Motion a dance company of gifted performers choreographed by Jasmin Stevenson will delight the crowd. Back by popular demand will be the national, award winning, all male, soul line dance champions, The Beulah Boys. Gospel Music at its finest will be performed by the Providence Baptist Church Male Chorus under the direction of Charles E. Nesbitt, III. The unforgettable Rhodes Family will stir the soul with their amazing vocal gifts. The Paul D. West Middle School Chorus under the direction of Christina Thurman will perform.
The “Kid’s Zone” will offer a day of safe, free fun for children with face painting & entertainment by the award winning, Cuz the Clown. In addition to games, pony rides, train rides, moon walks, free popcorn & cotton candy there will a Game Truck & Craft Station to keep the children well entertained. Festival-goers can enjoy shopping along Vendors Row, a street block of local & regional vendors selling art, crafts, jewelry, home accessories, goods & services. The centerpiece of Vendors Row will be the Festival Farmers Market, offering beautiful, fresh, local produce.
Founded in 1883, Providence Baptist Church is 1,300 members strong & has been a member of the College Park Community for 20 years, moving from South Atlanta to the Hawthorne facility in 1998. Reverend Charles E. Nesbitt, Jr., Pastor of Providence Baptist Church since 1985 is committed to “Moving the church beyond the walls, by bringing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the surrounding communities”. The church’s mission statement is, “To Know Him & Make Him Known.” ###