Franklin County residents gathered at the Georgia Town Hall to eat food, shop local businesses and jam to some tunes at the first Gathering on the Green of the summer.

Musician and artist Isaac French provided musical stylings for the evening, complete with his one man band style music, using loop pedals and a variety of instruments to play everything from the Marshall Tucker Band to more modern pop tunes.

The evening also marked the first Farmers Market where Georgia residents set up tents selling pies, home-made jams, artisan wood-working and berries.

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