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The annual BBQ, Brews, and Boos festival returns from 4 to 10 p.m. on Saturday at The Mill on Etowah, bringing seasonal fun to the downtown area.

The annual BBQ, Brews, and Boos festival returns from 4-10 p.m. on Saturday at The Mill on Etowah, bringing seasonal fun to the downtown area.

Admission to the event is free. Visitors will find entertainment, food and drinks for sale, live music and Halloween festivities. There will also be a large number of shopping items available for purchase, as well as a wide variety of homemade food.

“We will have around 90 different vendors consisting of all kinds of bakers, creators, artisans, etc.,” organizer Gary Lamb said.

Lamb added that, along with the vendors, there will be plenty of barbecue at the event. The barbecue will be provided by several vendors including AF7 BBQ and Choate BBQ, to name a couple.

For entertainment, Savage Axes will set up axe throwing activities, and there will also be a vintage motorcycle show from Speed Standard, a motorcycle shop in Canton. The event will also feature Trick or Treating for the kids at all the vendor spaces from 4-6 p.m., and a free kid’s area put together by Liberty Hill Church in Canton.

The event will also have live music performed by School of Rock East Cobb from 4-5:30 p.m., The Hearsay from 6-7:30 p.m., and local favorites Guardians of the Jukebox will close out the night.

Beer from Reformation Brewery will also be served at the event.

“Reformation Brewery’s fall seasonal drink, Revival, is malty and mild and will be available Saturday,” Reformation Brewery Creative Director Jessica Miller said. “We also recently released the first two of seven barrel-aged anniversary beers, as well as a new sour, Mittens Does Cosplay, a Guava Limeade Sour.”

The Mill on Etowah is located at 225 Reformation Parkway in Canton.

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/events/1070089343394129.

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Ethan is a reporter covering the cities of Holly Springs & Canton. He also covers city governments and lifestyle. He is a graduate of Kennesaw State University.

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