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Friday, August 6 will be a special day downtown

By Tiffany Collins

The 2nd annual Truck It Up will be held on Friday, August 6, 2021, in Columbia in the parking lot across from City Hall. Several food trucks will be present from throughout the area.

There will be a school supplies giveaway and the popular 'Paint the Town' sidewalk art contest. All during the week groups, organizations, churches, and residents will create chalk drawings downtown. Approximately forty places have already been reserved.

To The Nines will be held from 6pmCT until 9pmCT for late shopping at businesses on and around the square.

For more information please call City Hall, 270-384-2501. Please make sure to practice social distancing.




This story was posted on 2021-08-04 07:23:29
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Sidewalk art bringing downtown to life



2021-08-05 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Mayor Pam Hoots.
CPD Officer Drew Conn and his daughter Sarah were among the first to add creations in the 2021 sidewalk art contest going on downtown. For information call City Hall, 270-384-2501.

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