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Now in its sixth year, Frenchtown Heritage Fest is the area’s premier event for community celebration and renewal. The annual festival features artists, musicians, local businesses, health providers, and organizations intent on restoring the vibrancy of Frenchtown. This historic neighborhood is central not only in city geography, but also to diversity and resiliency in the local economy.

The movement taking root here, when fed to flourish, will advance the well-being and connectivity of all Tallahassee residents. We are stronger together, and Frenchtown Heritage Fest celebrates that vision while honoring the many contributions of Frenchtown’s educators, doctors, lawyers, statesmen, spiritual leaders, business people, and community activists toward the greatness of our city.


Join us the first weekend in November to learn some history, support local artists and entrepreneurs, dance to world-class music, meet a neighbor or make a new friend, and revel in the beauty of Frenchtown.

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Frenchtown Heritage Fest 2014, Georgia Street


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We had a blast! Photos from Frenchtown Heritage Fest 2014

Festival logos are original work by local artist Annie Harris, owner of ASH Gallery on Georgia Street. Collectible prints available on festival day and upon request.


Tallahassee Food Network Outreach Coordinator Alexis Simoneau helps iGrow youth Elaisia Toulouse and Maddy Kopka prepare a winning dish in the inaugural Frenchtown Fresh Challenge
Hula Hoop Winner, young Mr. Ameh-El, and the Second Harvest “Food on the Move” Bus
Fresh Challenge winner Elaisia being interviewed by Tallahassee Democrat reporter. The cooking competition was sponsored by Fresh From Florida and New Leaf Market.
Brandon Robertson Duo jamming on stage
2014 market vendor Mosaic Paletas drawing a crowd and selling out of their delicious, garden-fresh ice pops.