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Friday, September 28, 2012

Fall festival season is here; there’s someone celebrating something in every corner of state

With fall in full swing, already Kentuckians have been enjoying the season with a myriad of fall festivals. And there’s more still to come.

(Photo from Kentucky Department of Travel and Tourism)

Fall festivals have become an integral part of the fall season in Kentucky, providing a platform for local craftsman, artisans and musicians to show off their talent and provide a unique experience full of cultural entertainment. The fall festival season ends in early November. So don’t worry, there is still plenty of time to enjoy everything Kentucky fall festivals have to offer.

Below is a list of Kentucky fall festivals to help you celebrate this special time of year. For more information and event details, click here.

Devine’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch, Sept. 14 – Oct. 31, Harrodsburg

AutumnFest at Bi-Water Farm, Sept. 15 – Oct. 31, Georgetown

Anderson County Burgoo Festival, Sept. 28-30, Lawrenceburg

Cave Run Storytelling Festival, Sept. 28-29, Morehead

Oktoberfest Craft Beer Celebration , Sept. 29, Danville

HarvestFest at Shaker Village, Sept. 29-30, Harrodsburg

Newport Oktoberfest, Sept. 28-30, Newport

Halloween Fest Lights Drive Thru, Sept. 28 – Oct. 27, Richmond

Carroll County Tobacco Festival , Oct. 4-6, Carrollton

Kentucky Apple Festival, Oct. 5-6, Paintsville

Cumberland Mountain Fall Festival, Oct. 5-6, Middlesboro

Renfro Valley Harvest Festival, Oct. 4-6, Renfro Valley

Kentucky Crossroads HarvestFest Festival and Jim Beam BBQ Classic Cook-off ,Oct. 5-6, Springfield

Daniel Boone Festival Inc., Oct. 7-13, Barbourville

Court Days, Oct. 12-15, Mount Sterling

Scarecrow Festival and Auction, Oct. 13, Winchester

32nd Annual Bardstown Arts, Crafts and Antique Fair, Oct. 14, Bardstown

Bernheim’s ColorFest and Scarecrow Jubilee, Oct. 20-21, Shepherdsville

Autumnfest at Bear Wallow Farm, Sept. 15 – Oct. 29, Nancy

18th Century Market Fair at Locust Grove , Oct. 27-28, Louisville

Sheltowee Artisans Art Fair, Nov. 10-11, Somerset



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