Many Central Georgians headed to the Macon Centreplex for this year's 20th Annual Christmas Made In The South Arts and Craft festival.
Thousands crowded the aisles trying to find the perfect gifts from handcrafted pottery, jewelry, clothing, purses, photography and delicious gourmet foods, and much, much more.
More than 300 vendors were in attendance selling unique items.
"We do seven Christmas shows and one spring show and Macon Ga. right now is by far the strongest far as attendance and exhibits," Russ Hunt said.
Russ Hunt works for Carolina Shows and they bring the arts and crafts festival here each year. He says people can find items here that they can't find anywhere else.
"Definitely worth the drive and I took the day off to come down to spend time with my sister and my mom. It is always an annual event us to come down to Christmas Made in the South," Amy Graham said.
Christmas Made In The South is open on Friday, November 2nd from 10am until 8pm, Saturday, November 3rd from 10am- 6pm, and Sunday, November 4th from 11am - 5pm.
Admissions to the festival is $6.