Annual Schedule of Events 

Washington, KY, (now Historic District of Maysville, KY) – 1700’s village of log cabins,  museums, guided tours,  Special Events, flagstone streets with a variety of antique, craft and specialty shops, tavern dining. Washington is nestled 4 miles south of the banks of the banks of the Ohio River and Maysville on US 68, 50 miles west of Portsmouth, Ohio, and 51 miles east of Cincinnati, OH, (take the Wilder Exit, #77 off I-275 onto Rte. #9 – also known as the AA Highway), then turn right at the light by Wendy’s onto US 68, turn left at third light up into Washington. Washington is 1 mile south of AA Hwy on US 68. 
E-mail: phyllis@maysvilleky.net  for more information on this schedule.  Visit our Website: www.washingtonky.com      
                            
       

                                                  Frontier Christmas 2013- 46th Annual Event

in Washington, Kentucky

Celebrate Old Fashioned Christmas! 

                                Saturday, Dec. 7th  10:00-5:00…&…Sunday, Dec. 8th 11:00-5:00                                             

                                              Schedule of Events

Both Days:
Shops and Temporary Vendors Open.  Antique & Specialty Shops throughout the Village

Candle Dipping at C.1797 Mefford’s Fort – selling candles
Open House – 502 Duke of York – The Artist’s Guild – Local Artists – Refreshments
Santa on Street, in shops, Meeting House and around in Villag

Foods: Paxton Inn: Sit down dining plus traditional foods, Ky Burgoo, Venison stew, Home made desserts-selling fresh mistletoe
1807 Harriet Beecher Museum Selling Food and Snacks 
Bake Sale - New Beginnings Church 11:00 Sat.  

GRAND OPENING - NEW RESTAURANT IN 1790 ROW - 2117 OLD MAIN STREET

Candy & Sweets: Selling: Cream candy and Bake Sale – Meeting House,
Selling Transparent Tarts, Cream Candy & other Home Made Goodies  The Iron Gate

Albert Sidney Johnston Antebellum C. 1797 Museum- 507 South Court Street will serve hot cider and cookies..

Gifts & Crafts: Visitor’s Center, Bluegrass Artisans Center, Washington Meeting House
1796 The William Goforth House, 1934 Old Main St.: Open to public noon to 5:00 pm both days.  Prints and paintings by artist-in-residence, Ken Swinson. Ken is offering a FREE educational printmaking activity.
Bluegrass Artisans Center in the Canebrake, Pre-1790 Log Cabin – Featuring: Claudia Moose, Greenery- Floral Holiday Decorating; Paintings by Sue Gorman and Rob Weingartner, and traditional block prints of Old Washington’s historic buildings by Ken Swinson.  Mike Cowden, Curator and Artist.

Saturday, December 7th - 10 AM to 5 PM  

11:00 - 5:00                Bagpiper, Lance Donaldson - Strolling Village Flagstone sidewalks and in shops  
11:00                           Bake Sale - New Beginnings Church
 
11:30 – 12:45              The Diggles Family – Traveling all over USA – 1848 Old Church Museum (Red Brick)
12:00 – 5:00                1796 The William Goforth House, 1934 Old Main St. Prints and paintings by artist-in-
                                    residence, Ken Swinson displayed.  A FREE educational print making activity. 
  1:00 – 1:45                Scottaires of Scott UMC – Celebrating 46 years together – 1848 Old Church Museum
  1:00 – 4:00                Raison d’Etre (Vocal Trio) – Caroling throughout the Village, Shops, Old Church Museum
  2:00 – 4:00                Santa Claus
  3:00 – 5:00                Honeysuckle Sounds – Hammered Dulcimer. Mt. Dulcimer, Low D Whistle, Autoharp &
                                    Mrs. Claus & Elf – 1848 Old Church Museum
  
                   

Sunday, December 8th - 11 AM to 5 PM  

12:00 - 4:00               Ohio River Minstrels – John & Gwenn Noftsger – Strolling musicians on street.
12:00 – 5:00                1796 The William Goforth House, 1934 Old Main St. Prints and paintings by artist-in-
                                    residence, Ken Swinson displayed.  A FREE educational print making activity.
1:00 – 3:00                 Sweet Funk (Appalachian dulcimer and guitar) – Old Church Museum
2:00 – 4:00                 Santa Claus
             
3:00 – 4:00                 Dulcimer Dames – Old Church Museum
4:00                            Vesper Service in Old Church Museum –Sponsored by old Church Society (with Mason
                                   Co. Intermediate School Choir Faith Assembly Choir and Community Sing) 

                                   
                                  
Web Site: www.washingtonky.com  

Press releases, pictures, other information contact Phyllis Helphenstine E-mail - phyllis@maysvilleky.net  
  
   

Vendors wishing to sell their wares contact Marsha Jones - 606-759-8224 or 
E-mail: marsha.jones59@yahoo.com 

 

      
                                                     
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May - "Garden Day" - May 11, 2013 - From 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.   
New added 2013: Royal Gardens of Mason County Middle School will have hanging pots, annuals, perennials, herbs, and vegetables 
for sale at Washington on May 11 during "Garden Day".
 
See pictures below of some of the 8 Gardens on Free Tour in 2012 below.  

Bluegrass Artisan Center - 2215 Old Main Street.  Open  weather permitting all year on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Contact Mike Cowden 606-481-5791 for dates of Artists and Demonstrations 
Different Artists - Including Robbin Lee Weingartner, Silversmith most weekends.
Ken Swinson- Demonstrating on antique printing press 
Pottery Throwing 

June
4-Day - 400 Mile Plus 10th Annual Sale Across Kentucky  - Thursday, June 6th through Sunday, June 9, 2013 
Sale starts in Maysville, Washington, May's Lick and work their way westward across Kentucky.  If one starts at the other end in Paris Tennessee and travels north on Hwy 641 through Puryear TN, Hazel KY and Murray before connecting to Hwy 68 at Aurora via Hwy 80 heading north to Sharpe & Reidland or east all the way to Mayville. 

Debby Spencer & Judy Ross
WMTH Corporation
We Make Things Happen!

P.O. Box 51153
Bowling Green KY 42102
(270)792-5300

Trailsrus.com
400mile.com
 

September 
 
Simon Kenton Harvest Festival -  Sept. 21-22, 2013 (37th Annual Event) -3rd weekend in September). Washington dedicates this festival to our frontier hero who settled this area and lived here for 14 years.  Simon once saved the life of his longtime friend, Daniel Boone.   Kenton Kin come from many states for their annual reunion.  Educational activities for children and adults.  Museums,  specialty shops, antiques, arts, crafts, food and entertainment all work together to make an event to remember.  For information contact Suzie Pratt - E-mail  suziepratt@maysvilleky.net  or Phone 606-564-9419 Extension 308  

September 
"Pioneer Day in Old Washington" 
Friday, September 
In 2012 around 180 Fifth-graders from Mason County Intermediate School who participated.  The day began at 8:15 a.m.. 
During the day students visited with Mark Sage portraying Daniel Boone in the Old Church Museum.  George Shannon, (portrayed by descendent Bob Anderson), and George Gibson, (portrayed by Ed Falvo), discussed antique weapons at Pioneer Day.  Mary McGlone entertained the students with traditional dulcimer music.  Others were seen jumping rope favored from Pioneer times to the present.  Students learned about bartering inside the 
log cabin Simon Kenton Store Museum.  Each child was given a "Log Cabin Learning" booklet and a chocolate log cabin.  Students learned about 
oxen, medicine and guns from the pioneer era.  Two men portraying members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition had a booth featuring  various medicines and guns used by the members when they passed through Washington.  
An Indian chief had a booth set up selling "Salvaged Roadkill Leather."    The bags were made from opossum, raccoon and other animals and could 
be purchased.  
The day concluded with a walking tour of the many historic building in the village.  
This event has taken place for elementary school-aged students for the past 20 years.  Ginny Butler, a retired teacher from Mason County, coordinates 
the this event each year.  The majority of people involved in this are volunteers.  The event could not take place without them.  

December
Frontier Christmas –
  Dec. 7-8, 2013 (46th Annual Event) Celebrate and old fashion Christmas - Quilting, Weaving, Candle Dipping,  Handmade gifts, Banjo, Dulcimer, Fiddle, Bagpiper, Strolling costumed Carolers, Kris Kringle, and Much More. 7Another award winning festival welcomes in the holiday season in our scenic village. 7 museums with holly decked mantles, pine-scented rooms and candle-lit windows, and craft demonstrations.  A different full production play is performed several times each year at the Presbyterian Church.  Tickets are free, but needed as old 1870 church only holds 200.  Vesper Service at Old Church Museum Sunday afternoon at 4:00. Shops offer a wide variety of Christmas items.  Many vendors come to fill every nook and cranny -  Vendor Spaces are limited, so please submit your registration early.  Payment by check only, made payable to Old Washington, Inc.   

  

 2012 Annual Schedule of Events 

August
“Pottery on the Lawn” - Every Saturday and Sunday in August 2012 from Noon to 5 p.m.  
 Traditional old pottery wheel demonstrations.  All Potters welcome to come set up and sell their wares.  
Bluegrass Artisan Center – 2215 Old Main Street. Contact Mike Cowden 606-481-5791
 

Rob Weingartner, Silversmith:
At Bluegrass Artisan Center – 2215 Old Main Street most every Saturday and Sunday. 
For Rent - $400 per month - 1- Rooms - for Shops, Businesses, Offices, and/or Tea Room, Bakery or 1950's Sandwich Shop or Restaurant, (Has fully equipped - State Approved Kitchen with Tables & Seating,  Bakery Case and more.  Located in the center of Washington, KY, (now part of Maysville, KY).  Contact: 606-759-7423


September
Simon Kenton Harvest Festival -  Sept. 15-16, 2012 (36th Annual Event) -3rd weekend in September). Washington dedicates this festival to our frontier hero who settled this area and lived here for 14 years.  Simon once saved the life of his longtime friend, Daniel Boone.   Kenton Kin come from many states for their annual reunion.  Educational activities for children and adults.  Museums,  specialty shops, antiques, arts, crafts, food and entertainment all work together to make an event to remember.  For information contact Suzie Pratt - E-mail  suziepratt@maysvilleky.net  or Phone 606-564-9419 Extension 308 

4-Day 400 Mile Sale across Kentucky

starts this Thursday May 31st – June 3rd! 

 

Our Governor delivered as promised!   The bridge across Kentucky Lake opened last Friday at 1:00, with just 6 days to spare before the huge 400 Mile Sale across Kentucky!  One can now take Hwy 68 all the way across Kentucky, reconnecting Aurora to Cadiz just in time for the 400 Mile Sale!   

ROUTE HAS NOW EXPANDED!   400 Miles was just not enough! 

400
Miles was just not enough so the Sale now starts at Maysville, Washington, May's Lick and work their way westward across Kentucky.  If one starts at the other end in Paris Tennessee and travels north on Hwy 641 through Puryear TN, Hazel KY and Murray before connecting to Hwy 68 at Aurora via Hwy 80 heading north to Sharpe & Reidland or east all the way to Mayville. Or they can start in the middle in Bowling Green or anywhere in between.  SALES WILL BE EVERYWHERE ALONG HIGHWAY 68 AND NOW A SECTION OF HWY 641.   The attached map shows the complete route.  Even the weather and lower gas prices are smiling on this event.  The weathermen say the temperatures will cool down into the low 80's during the Sale on Thursday and in the high 70’s on Friday and Saturday with clear skies.   

To find out where all the sales are and what they're selling just go to www.400mile.com and click on "yard sale locations".  Also check out "400 Mile Sale" on Facebook where many people are posting their sales.  If you want to list your sale    send in your location and what you will be selling to www.sale@400mile.com or post it on Facebook "400 Mile Sale" and we will get your information added to the 400mile.com website. You may post photos of some of the items you bought and some of the real deals you made during the 4-Day 400 Mile Sale this year onto our "400 Mile Sale" Facebook page or e-mail the photos or descriptions to www.400mile.com   

 

We will be giving away FREE t-shirts and a tank of gas to a few lucky winners who purchased “the most unique item”, found the “best 
 deal" or bought the "craziest thing".  And yard sellers don't forget to advertise locally.                                                                                                      

 Check out 400mile.com for more on the 400 Mile Sale, a list of participating communities and all the yard sale locations thus far signed up. 

There will be many more popping up every day!  And come "shop till you drop" along Highways 68 & now 641 Thursday, May 31 - Sunday
June 3rd    

Contact for more information is Debby Spencer & Judy Ross                                                                                                                                                

Debby Spencer & Judy Ross
WMTH Corporation
We Make Things Happen!

P.O. Box 51153
Bowling Green KY 42102
(270)792-5300

Trailsrus.com
400mile.com
 



May - "Garden Day" will be held May 12, 2012, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.  See Schedule and Press Release below.  
One of the pictures of 8 gardens on Free tours May 12, 2012 

September
Simon Kenton Harvest Festival -  Sept. 15-16, 2012 (36th Annual Event) -3rd weekend in September). Washington dedicates this festival to our frontier hero who settled this area and lived here for 14 years.  Simon once saved the life of his longtime friend, Daniel Boone.   Kenton Kin come from many states for their annual reunion.  Educational activities for children and adults.  Museums,  specialty shops, antiques, arts, crafts, food and entertainment all work together to make an event to remember.  For information contact Suzie Pratt - E-mail  suziepratt@maysvilleky.net  or Phone 606-564-9419 Extension 308 

                                      "Garden Day" will be held May 12, 2012, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.  

Free Trolley will be running for Visitor’s convenience.

10 – 4   Museums Open  - Paxton Inn - Visit Garden and Artist in back - Flower Show 9:30-11:30 -Best Spring, Wild flower & Dried arrangement.
                                          Paxton House - Visitor's Center 
                                          Old Church Museum – June Myers, Weaving 
                                          Mefford’s Fort  
                                          Albert Sidney Johnston Home Museum - And Register for Door Prize
                                          Harriet Beecher Stowe Slavery to Freedom Museum - Prize for Best Lady's Bonnet 
                                          Canebrake 
                                          Bluegrass Artisans Center (former Visitor's Center) 
                                       
Shops – Most open 10 a.m. -Some open until 5 p.m.  (Some with 1st Time Ever Storewide Sales) and 
outside vendors along Old Main Street 

10 - 11               "Growing Herbs" with Carrie Taylor, MCTC Instructor - in Washington Meeting House.  Free and all who call
                           606-301-1832 to pre-register before May 10th may take home a free plant. 

Noon to 2 p.m. - "Flower Arranging" and "Dividing Your Plants" in Washington Meeting House – Mason County Extension
                           Agent and Master Gardeners.  

12- 4 pm - Free Printmaking all ages using leaves flowers with Ken Swinson at Goforth House 1934 Old Main Street  

Noon – 3:30 p.m. Garden Tour at the Haggard home - 2229 Old Main Street- 25 perennials, roses, new lily bed 
                            Garden Tour & many perennials for sale at Blevins -2115 Old Main Street 
                            Garden Tour at Pillsbury House - 505 S. Court St - featuring Knockout Roses Angel Garden 
                            Garden Tour behind Paxton Inn – 2030 Old Main Street
                            Garden Tour – Phil & Debbie Weber’s acre garden – Yellow magnolia, fishpond - 2026 Old Main Street
                            Garden Tour – James & Claudia Moose Rose Garden in front 2014 Old Main Street  
                            Garden Tour at Goforth House - Ken Swinson - 1934 Old Main Street - featuring iris and peonies 
 
2110 Old Main Street Amish “Homestead Greenhouse” – On Square in front of old courthouse site 
507 South Court Street  - Albert Sidney Johnston Museum – Register for Door Prize 
In front of Washington Hall -Frosty Rankin - All 13 Ky Covered Bridges,  & Floral paintings for sale.

2127 Old Main St. -Blevins- For sale: Many Daylilies, Magic lilies, Irises, Egyptian onions, Berries, Concord Grapes
8 African Sulcata turtles, Green Wing Macaw "Sampson" Fancy Small breed fancy to "Visit" weather permitting                            

10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. - Local garden and related vendors will be set up with displays and selling their wares. 

                                   Food and drinks for sale in Paxton Inn 

10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.     Local artists have their work on display throughout the village, 
                                     Barb Clarke in the garden behind Paxton Inn – 2030 Old Main Street  
                                     Bluegrass Artisans Center – 2215 Old Main Street and various other locations in the village 
                                           Artists:  Barb Clarke 
                                                       Frosty Rankin 
                                                        Ken Swinson 
                                                        Mike Cowden 
                                                        Sue Ellen Gorman - Painter  
                                                        Megann Thomas - Sculptor 
                                                        Rob Weingartner, Silversmith - Demonstrating silversmithing 
                                                        Jennifer Gleason - Sunflower Sundries 
                                                        Jeanine Gallagher – Gallagher’s Greenhouse
                                                        Local High School Students 

3:30 - 5:00 p. m.            "Tea at Key" - at The Harriet Beecher Stowe Slavery to Freedom Museum – 2124 Old Main Street
                                       The Board is holding a Grand Reopening event with a tea and live music. 

After leaving Washington you may want to continue the Garden Tour at beautiful Bellside Gardens -  3 miles west at
4158 Clark's Run Road   

                                        WASHINGTON, KY to host Garden Day, May 12, 2012

WASHINGTON (Maysville), KY - Mary can be quite contrary about how her garden grows, but not members of Old Washington, Inc. (OWI) 
who are sponsoring a new event this year in the historic 1700s village of Washington, Kentucky.  Garden tours, artists, printmaking, plant and flower demonstrations, sales and even music and a “Tea” will highlight Garden Day on Saturday, May 12, 2012.  All of the events are free and opened to the public.  The Visitor’s Center and Museums will be open from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  This is an all-volunteer program. The focus of this event is education while having a wonderful time celebrating the arrival of spring and Mother’s Day.  

Local gardens will be open for tours from noon until 3:30 p.m. Artist Ken Swinson’s garden at the historic “Goforth House” at 1934 Old Main Street features iris and peonies.  Elizabeth Whiteman Wood, wife of George Wood about 1786, brought the first peonies in Northern Kentucky here from Philadelphia.  Ken will have a free print making activity for all ages using natural materials like leaves and flowers. June Myers will be weaving
in the Old Church Museum.

Next located at 2014 Old Main Street is the beautiful rose garden in front of James and Claudia Moose’s lovely brick home built in 1812.
The trolley 
will be transporting visitors up and down Old Main Street. 

The acre garden at Phil and Debby Weber’s house features a two-tiered fishpond, unique yellow magnolia tree and a wide variety of flowers such as columbine, buttercups, phlox, red-hot pokers and coneflowers. Their home at 2026 Old Main Street was built in 1815 by James Paxton as a wedding 
gift to his daughter. 

On the other end of these row houses at 2030 Old Main Street behind Paxton Inn is a restored parterre garden, (an ornamental geometric arrangement of flower plots), similar to the Williamsburg, Virginia gardens.  Four boxwoods surround the parterre plots with an antique sundial set in a historic grinding stone in the center.  One plot is devoted to a culinary herb garden with an authentic Old Washington restored well.  Behind an old wrought iron fence are
two heirloom roses from the garden of Luellen Pyles’ grandmother and peonies, a favorite of the Marshall Key family.  A shade garden beneath an old maple tree contains shade-loving plants: hostas, ferns, sweet woodruff, bee balm, germander and bleeding hearts.  Beautiful tulips, donated by Jane Wise, were in bloom earlier in the season.  It is in this picturesque setting artist Barb Clarke will be located. 

The Pillsbury House located at 505 South Court Street has flowering beds in front, hostas and flowers as well as flowering shrubs, and hollies along the side and back of the home built in 1812.  The Angel Garden in the center of the back yard has just been completely renovated and knockout roses added.  There is a fountain on the back in front of the wrought iron fence.  A huge magnolia tree beside the grape arbor is the focal point of the back yard.  An electric antique birdbath, bird feeders, & sundial are found as you wander the winding rock and brick pathways around the yard.

Kenneth and Polly Haggard’s garden at 2229 Old Main Street has over 25 perennials, numerous annuals and a new lily bed.  Their house, which was 
built by George Soward in 1847 had a “traveler’s room”.   

The Bluegrass Artisan Center, 2215 Old Main Street is located in the Cane Brake log cabin, which previously housed the Visitor’s Center.  Its’ garden features cane, peonies, lily of the valley and lamb’s ear.  Mike Cowden, director, has filled it with local and regional art exhibits, Megann Thomas’ sculpture, and Sue Gorman’s paintings. Nearby
Jeanine Gallagher's Greenhouse will set up with Jennifer Gleason’s Sunflower Sundries.  Rob Weingartner will be demonstrating silversmithing designing his unique jewelry. 

”Growing Herbs” with Carrie Taylor, MCTC instructor, will be held in the Washington Meetinghouse from 10:00 until 11:00 a.m.  Free and all who call 606-301-1832 to pre-register can take home a free plant. 
Mason County Extension Agent & Master Gardeners will have presentations at the Washington Meetinghouse on flower arranging and dividing plants from noon until 2:00 p.m. 

Visit the Albert S. Johnston House Museum at 507 South Court Street and register for a door prize.  Permanent village shops, artists, local garden and other vendors will be set up along Old Main Street with displays and selling their wares. 2127 Old Main Street: Daylilies, Magic Lilies, Irises, Egyptian onions, Berries, Concord Grapes plants. The Amish “Homestead Greenhouse” will be set up in front of the old Courthouse site.  Frosty Rankin will have his paintings of all 13 Kentucky Covered Bridges as well as floral and others for sale in front of Washington Hall.   8 African Sulcata turtles, Green Wing Macaw “Sampson”, Fancy small bred chicken pets will be out to “Visit” weather permitting as well as many unusual perennial plants for sale.  Food and drinks will be available at Paxton Inn. 

The Harriet Beecher Stowe Slavery to Freedom Museum at 2124 Old Main Street will hold their grand reopening event, ‘Tea at Key” from 3:30 
until 5:00 p.m.  Live music and refreshments.   A prize will be awarded for the Best Lady's Bonnet.

When departing Washington be sure and visit beautiful Bellside Garden 3 miles west at 4158 Clarks Run Road.  It has an English style garden with brick paths, many varieties of daylilies, Asiatic lilies, clematis, herbs, holly, iris, hydrangeas, a small fish pond, hay and hanging baskets and unique shade garden of hostas, ferns and container plants.
 

Mary’s contrariness aside, gardening has a positive impact on both mental and physical health by relieving stress and lowering blood pressure. Growing things also lends a sense of self-determination people may not get elsewhere in their lives.  A garden of any kind is something you own.

Washington is 4 miles south of the banks of the Ohio River and Maysville on Old US 68, an easy 50 miles NE of Lexington, 50 miles W of Portsmouth, Ohio, 90 miles W of Huntington, 51 miles E of Cincinnati, (take Wilder Exit #77 off I-275 onto Route #9 – also known as the AA Highway), turn right at the light by Wendy’s onto US 68, turn left at 3rd light into Washington.  For info. on Washington visit our   Web site: www.washingtonky.com 

Pictures of a few of the gardens added as I get them: 



Events of the Past: 

April  - Has been Discontinued
Chocolate Festival –
April 16-17, 2011 (24th Annual Event)    Chocolate is found in the 1700s village shops located along flagstone streets during this award winning festival as well as vendors on the street – homemade candies, cakes, cookies, tons of fudge, Pageant,  Horse-drawn Carriage Rides, Pirate Ship Ride, and various games all to make this a fun filled weekend.  Outside setups $45.00 per 16 foot space for non-food and only $65.00 per 16 foot space for food.
Phone: 606-759-0505  E-mail:   marsha.jones59@yahoo.com   

Woodcarver's Day last held in 2007 - Event has been Discontinued 
Woodcarver’s Day –
June 11, 2006 (15th Annual). Woodcarvers from many states flock to this unique village to demonstrate their talents, sell their carvings and compete for ribbons in many different categories. 
For information/registration (606)-564-3559, E-mail: irongate@atcc.net  

August  - Held in 2008 only - Hoped would be annual event
"An Evening in Washington" - with Woody Wood's Big Band - August 24 - 6 pm until 8 pm.  Come early and shop, visit the museums and pick up a box dinner in Washington or bring your own.  Bring your lawn chair.   To be held on the back lawn of the Harriett Beecher Stowe Slavery to Freedom Museum.  
For more information contact Duff Giffen 606-564-9419.  

Civil War Living History Weekend last held in 2007 - Event has been Dicontinued
Civil War Living History Weekend
- August 12-13, 2006 (7th Annual).  Artillery cannons and wagons, Battles in the center of town on the village streets, Camps, Gala Ball, "Ladies Tea", Street Skirmishes, Sutler's Tents, Famous persons of the Civil War portrayed.  Reenactors rendezvous at various locations in the 1700s village.  Phone:  606-759-0505  

Late Nite Shopping last held in 2007  - Event has been Discontinued
Late Nite Shopping –
  Cancelled due to lack of interest - Dec. 6, 2007 (10th Annual). Shops stay open until 8:00 p.m. (starts right as shops usually close for the day), with some serving refreshments, and many services, lots of specials, new holiday items.