World Grits Festival

110 S Parler AVE

Saint George, SC 29477

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Phone: (843) 563-7943

City: Saint George

Region: Coastal & Islands

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World Grits Festival

A three-day celebration of fun-filled events includes a parade, rolling-in-the-grits contest, beauty queens, grits meals, crafts, grits grinding, art show, street dancing, clogging, gospel music, carnival, live bands, grits eating contest and more.

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