The Good Hope Poppy Festival provides a fun fall day for residents and friends from neighboring counties in downtown Good Hope, Georgia. The Poppy Festival honors the Poppy Lady, Moina Michael, born in Good Hope in 1869. Moina Michael used the red corn poppy as a symbol to honor fallen troops in WWI. The tradition continues today to honor fallen servicemen worldwide.
9:00 Festival opens: Good Hope City Hall
10:00 Bike Ride - Good Hope Christian Church
10:30 Presentation of Colors - ROTC, National Anthem - TBD - Main Stage
11:00 Moina Michael History: (inside City Hall)
12:00 Miss Poppy Presentation / Thank Our Vets! Ruark Sisters (TBD) - Main Stage
2:00 Moina Michael History: (inside City Hall)
4:00 Festival closes