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Plow Day/Spring Festival: Sat 21 Apr 2018 at Homeplace on GR

Plow Day/Spring Festival at the Homeplace on Green River, 5807 New Columbia Road, Campellsville, KY, 8am-4pmCT/9am-5pmET, Saturday, April 21, 2018.
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By George Kolbenschlag

Plow Day/Spring Festival is back at Homeplace on Green River's Plow Day and Spring Festival will liven up southcentral Kentucky again April 21.

This year will see antique tractors join the horse and mule plow teams, exhibits, demonstrations, arts and crafts sales, hands-on activities, historical reenactors and all kinds of animals.

There will be oxcart rides, hay rides and a barrel train for the youngsters. Artists and crafters will be selling their Kentucky-made products.

There will be food vendors and all-day live music in the newly restored and renovated bank barn. All will be geared toward a day of family food and fun. The festival is from 9:00 until 5:00 Eastern Time.

Among the many exhibits and demonstrations will be pocket knife whittling, draw knife and a shave horse demonstration, discussion on barrel racing on a horse by a professional woman barrel racer, arrowhead crafting, a grist mill and blacksmith. Hands-on activities will include butter making, a potter's wheel, and a petting farm.

The $10 per car for admission includes all of the activities except for products purchased from vendors.

More information about Homeplace can be found at Homeplace on Green River webpage. The web page will be updated as more information is available. Homeplace is dedicated to the protection and promotion of rural American culture through the sustainability of agriculture and natural resources using education, conservation and the economic opportunities of agritourism. Homeplace is maintained by volunteers and showcases the agricultural history of Kentucky's rural counties.

From from the March 2018 Homeplace on Green River Newsletter

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