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It's Festival Time in Central Kentucky!

Fall in Central Kentucky means all things art, music, food, and fun at all the festivals going on around town. Here's just a sampling of the festivals and events going on in the next few weeks.

September 6-7

  • Roots and Heritage Festival, September 5-7, Downtown Lexington.
  • Kentucky State BBQ Festival. 5:00pm, September 5th, 11:00 am, September 6th & 7th. Constitution Square State Historic Site, 134 S. Second St., Danville. Free admission.
  • Sadieville in September Festival. 9:00 am, September 6th, Downtown Sadieville
  • Kids Fest, 11:00am, September 6, 1:00 pm, September 7, Irvine McDowell Park, Richmond,

September 8-14

  • Jefferson Street Soirée. 6:00, September 10th, Jefferson St. from Short St. to Second St., Lexington.
  • Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary Fall Festival, 4:00 pm, September 12th & 13th, Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary Church, Lexington
  • Kentucky Cork & Tap, 5:00 pm, September 12th, Cheapside Park, Lexington,
  •  Scarefest, 5:00 pm September 12th, 11:00 am, September 13th & 14th, Lexington Convention Center, Lexington. $15-$25 for tickets,
  • Evans Orchard Apple Festival, 9:30 am, September 13th, noon, September 14th, Evans Orchard and Cider Mill, Georgetown,
  • Japan Summer Festival, 11:00 am, September 13th Robert F. Stephens Courthouse Plaza, Lexington,
  • Annual Bi-Water Farm & Greenhouse Autumn Fest, September 13th-Novovember 1st, Bi-Water Farm and Greenhouse, Georgetown, $10 general admission,
  • Crave Lexington. Noon September 13th & 14th, MoonDance Amphitheater, Lexington,
  • Josephine Sculpture Park Fall Arts Festival, 11:00 am, September 14th, Josephine Sculpture Park, Frankfort. Parking $5 per vehicle,

September 15-21

  • Spoonbread Festival, 3:00 pm, September 19th, 7:00 am, September 20th, 9:00 am, September 21st, Russel Acton Folk Center & Memorial Park, Berea,
  • Christ the King Oktoberfest, 4:00 pm, September 19th, 1:00 pm, September 20th, Cathedral of Christ the King, Lexington,
  • Secretariat Festival, 5:00 pm, September 19th, 9:00 am, September 20th, Legion Park, Paris,
  • Festival Latino de Lexington, 5:00 pm, September 19th, 4:00 pm, September 20th, Robert F. Stephens Courthouse Plaza, Lexington,
  • Evans Orchard & Cider Mill Harvest Festival, September 20th-October 26th, Evans Orchard and Cider Mill, Georgetown,
  • Midway Fall Festival, 10:00 am, September 20th & 21st, Downtown Midway,

September 22-28

  • Bluegrass Hog Wild Ribfest, 9:00 am, September 27th, Bi-Water Farm and Greenhouse, Georgetown,
  • Kirksville Day., 10:00 am, Sept. 27th, Kirksville Community Center, Richmond
  • 24th Annual Heritage Festival, Noon, September 27th & September 28th, Saint Andrew Antiochian Orthodox Church, Lexington.
  • Oktoberfest on Main, 5:30 pm, September 27th, Downtown Danville,

September 29-October 5

  • Fireman's Chili Cook-off, 6:00 pm, October 2nd, Main Street, Georgetown
  • Festival of the Horse, Noon, October 3rd, 9:00 am, October 4th, 11:00 am, October 5th, Downtown Georgetown,
  •  Wilmore Arts & Crafts Festival, 9:00 am, October 4th, Downtown Wilmore,

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