TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A festival that ties the iconic Coca-Cola bottle to our community is inching closer.
This Saturday, a portion of downtown Terre Haute will be all about Coca-Cola.
Wabash Avenue will be shut down between 6th Street to 9th Street.
It will celebrate Terre Haute as the birthplace of the original Coca-Cola bottle, which was created in 1915 by the Root Glass Company.
The festival will feature Coca-Cola collectible dealers, vintage memorabilia, a kids area, community state, live bands, a beer garden, and a bunch of other downtown activities.
To learn more about the festival, click here.
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