Denmark Dogwood Festival

4768 Carolina HWY

Denmark, SC 29042

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Phone: (803) 793-3734

City: Denmark

Region: Midlands

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Denmark Dogwood Festival

The dogwood trees make their debut in white and pink blossoms every spring, giving the town of Denmark a reason to celebrate every year. The Dogwood Festival is a family-oriented event held at the Gazebo, downtown Denmark. The two-day event features a prayer breakfast, parade, live entertainment, food, rides, games and contests. Bring your lawn chairs and come out to the square and have a good time!

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