The annual Daylily Festival wrapped up Saturday in Gray.
The two day festival was sponsored by Gray Station Better Hometown as an effort to bring fun and entertainment to the community.
This year more than 100 vendors set up shop offering handmade items, clothes and daylilies.
There was also a car show and live music.
Kids were attracted to a train ride and water slides.
Board members of Gray Station Better Hometown were expecting a crowd of around 5,000 people.
"Everybody comes together and you see people you haven't seen in a while and you meet new people and people from other areas." says Lisa Feagin of Gray Station Better Hometown.
Mike Hufstetler of Milledgeville says, "I've been in Afghanistan for several years and I'm home now and trying to experience life like a normal person and wanted to come out and attend the festival here in Gray."
Admission to the festival was one dollar.
Proceeds will benefit revitalization efforts in downtown Gray.