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Kentucky's Western Waterland 38th Annual...

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Kentucky's Western Waterland 38th Annual Arts & Crafts Festival

Grand Rivers, Kentucky

J H O'Bryan Ave.,
Little Lake Park ,
Grand Rivers, KY 42045
Phone: (270) 928-4411
Email: kywaterland@aol.com

This popular event features approximately 100 craft booths & artisans from 9-10 states.  The event features original & handcrafted items, with a few actually demonstrating their crafts.  Some examples of items being sold are floral arrangements, baskets, outdoor lawn furniture, paintings, honey, soaps, lotions, jewelry, quilts, woodwork, holiday decorations, pottery, candles, gourds, stained glass, bird houses, rocking chairs, rocking horses, weather vanes, & much, much more.  Visitors can also enjoy a wide variety of delicious carnival food & regional specialties while at the festival.  Take I-24, Exit 31 and go south 3 miles to Grand Rivers.  Hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday & Sunday, and 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Monday.  The cost is $1 per individual who walks in or $3 per vehicle parking inside the park.  For more information call Kentucky's Western Waterland at 1-800-448-1069 or 270-928-4411, or visit the website at www.kentuckylakebarkley.org.

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Marinel Larkin
721 Complex Dr.,
Grand Rivers, KY 42045
Phone: (270) 928-4411
Email: kywaterland@aol.com

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