The Fraley Festival of Traditional Music will be taking place the first weekend after Labor Day as it has for 45 years in the beautiful setting of Carter caves State Resort Park.
This popular event features approximately 100 craft booths & artisans from 9-10 states.
The festival begins with a street dance in downtown Winchester on Friday evening Aug 29 and continues throughout Aug 31.
Three live music stages, carnival, inflatables, food booths, Hatfield and McCoy paint ball, rough and tough run and climb,Arts and crafts, car show with a burn out, Motor cycle show, drag race, games for all games. Quilt show, Basket weaving, Bee Keepers and Sorghum. Hatfield and McCoy tours, two different plays about the Feud and a gospel sing on Sunday, all happening right here in the beautiful, Pikeville-Pike County Kentucky!
Photo credit April Rose-Wilson
The 20th Anniversary of the National Corvette Museum August 27-30, 2014, will be celebrated with the arrival of the National Corvette Caravans with participants from around the globe.
Battlefield Walks – Every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday Afternoons( Memorial Day thru Labor Day)
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Learn more about the fascinating history of Blue Licks Battlefield State Resort Park. This one hour walk is an easy, leisurely pace and incredibly informative. The narrator of this tour will share information about the Battle of Blue Licks and the Revolutionary War. The Battlefield Walk begins promptly at 1pm and is free to all park visitors. The walk begins and ends at the Pioneer Museum. There is a nominal fee to tour the museum which houses Revolutionary War memorabilia as well as Fossils, Mastodon bones, Native American and Pioneer artifacts, and more.
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There are only 50 days left this summer. But don’t worry, that’s still enough time to make your summer endless! Plan a long weekend or just a day away — the memories you make will last for decades.
Governor Steven L. Beshear has proclaimed August 2nd “Road Trip Day” in Kentucky! Get Out Saturday and Explore Kentucky’s backroads!