August Brings Farm Fresh Sweetness to the CAC

Douglasville, GA – The Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville/Douglas County (CAC) is happy to feature Bedelia’s Bees, in this month’s Pop Up Arts Shop! Bedelia’s Bees offers an array of exquisite honey and jellies, all crafted from sustainably kept bees. Discover the delightful creations of Bedelia’s Bees this month at the CAC’s Pop Up Arts Shop, located at 8652 Campbellton Street. Perfect for gifting, Bedelia’s Bees’ natural delights are a sweet treat for your loved ones.

Based in Temple, Georgia, Brandi Freeman is the owner and talented artist behind Bedelia’s Bees. Brandi draws a blank when asked to describe herself; with so many moving parts to her entrepreneurship, she lands on beekeeper, culinary specialist, and recipe creator. Her products are exquisite honey and jellies made from honey, fruits, berries, and peppers that can be used in recipes, baking, as dips, and even on the grill. No matter the ingredient, it is always farm fresh. Brandi is happy to share that local growers will actually save their overstock fruits for Bedelia’s new experiments so the produce won’t go to waste. Since many of the ingredients are seasonal, those batches of jars won’t last long (such as her honeysuckle honey made from the spring treat).

The Pop Up Arts Shop is the place for amazing one-of-a-kind gifts created by local artists. Each month the CAC features a different artist that works with varying mediums. All gifts start at just $5 so be sure to stop by the CAC for some amazing arts and crafts before they’re gone! The Cultural Arts Council is located at 8652 Campbellton Street in historic downtown Douglasville and is open Monday through Friday, 9 am – 5 pm. For more information visit or contact the CAC at 770-949-2787.