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Black Patch Festival



THE ANNUAL BLACK PATCH HERITAGE FESTIVAL IS SEPTEMBER 6 & 7 IN BEAUTIFUL, HISTORIC PRINCETON, KENTUCKY
Sponsored by the Princeton Optimist Club

The weekend kicks off with the Black Patch Parade at 5:00 pm on Friday, Sept 6th. If you would like to be in the parade, line up starts at Butler parking lot between 4:15 and 4:30. No sign up fee or entry fees. Vehicles must be “street legal” and operators must have a drivers license.  Following the parade, stop by BERRY SWEET for a delicious frozen yogurt AND a performance by the Other Mother Brothers!!  They will also perform Saturday evening a Black Patch!

Saturday is a full day in downtown Princeton with the Street Fair from 8am till 10pm which features a wide variety of booths with your favorite festival foods, games and activities.

Enjoy hay rides from downtown to the petting zoo, take a try at the mechanical bull, kids will love the inflatables and the duck pond. Don’t miss the American Legion Ladies Auxillary Unit #116 cake walk at 5pm, baked goods, homemade bread, and all your favorite festival finds!!

North Side Baptist Church will hold their “Run for Missions” 5k run/2 mile walk that starts at 7:30am, beginning at the Butler lawn. Call 365-6062 for more information.

Enjoy Art in the Park all day Saturday in the Big Springs Park sponsored by the Princeton Art Guild. Contact Michala at 270-963-1088 for booth information.

One of the highlights of the Black Patch Festival each year is the gospel concert held 
at the Princeton First Baptist Church, in the heart of downtown Princeton. Driven Quarter will perform the free concert from 6-8 Saturday night. Call Wes Curtis for more information at 270-625-3512. 
 
The Lakeland Cruisers of Western Kentucky will hold a Cruise-In Saturday from 4-8, sponsored by Farmers Bank and held at 111 W. Washington Street.  Streetrods, Antique, Classics, Late Model, Motorcycles and Trucks are all welcome.  Free registration from 4-6pm. Awards and 50/50 pot at 7pm. Door Prizes. Dash Plaques for the first 50.
 
Paducah Improv will hold a Black Patch Comedy theatre Saturday at the Capital Cinemas (with proceeds going to Save The Capital Cinamas) The 4:30 show is rated G and appropriate for all ages. The 7pm Show is rated R and appropriate for those 18 and older (no one under 18 will be admitted). There will be a PG movie playing at the same time with supervision provided. Ticket cost $10 for adults, $5 for children.

For additional information, contact Julie Key at 270-365-9575 or on Facebook - Princeton, Kentucky Optimist Club.

The Princeton Optimist Club and the following businesses invite you to enjoy Black Patch Festival 2013 –

 
ZIOBRO’S on Main Street in historic downtown Princeton—invites you their first ever parking lot sale!!  Over 400 dresses will be on sale for only $10.00 each or 5/$45.00!!
 
Welcome to Princeton, KY, from FARLESS REALTY. Talk to Billie Kay or Rayls about residential, commercial, land and property management. 365-5058
 
KAREN WOODALL, attorney at law,  located at 100 East Court Street, Princeton, hopes you Enjoy every minute of Black Patch. Call 365-2763.
 
When you’re in Princeton and need some groceries,  remember HANCOCK’S NEIGHBORHOOD MARKET has a location there too with equally friendly faces, great prices and selections (say hi to Allison).
 
HOMETOWN EMBROIDERY AND PRINTING—215 West Main Street. Stop in and see Sherry and her fabulous store. So many choices and everything can be monogrammed. Sherry does a great job on custom orders for church, school teams, events, organizations, etc.
 
DAVIS GREENHOUSE—They’re always ready to help!! They will have lots of pumpkins, mums and pansies, ornamental cabbage and kale for your fall landscaping needs and are located on 139 North as you head into Princeton.
 
THE JOSHUA TREE—(formally Ann Martin downtown Princeton) Fall is arriving everyday…come take a sneak peek.  Your home for classy UK wear for the ladies, and remaining summer 50% off.
 
COLEMAN SHOES—It's your home for Red Wing and Justin Boots, and Carhartt.  Coleman Shoes is one of the oldest businesses in downtown Princeton.
 
BERRY SWEET—new to Princeton, located at 115 East Market Street. Stop in and play the “ Beat the Scale contest” during Black Patch. If you fill your yogurt cup to exactly 13 ounces, you get your CUP free! And, you also get a free t-shirt and gift card. Now offering lunch specials M-F.
 
CRAIG SMILEY—is your Woodmen of the World agent for this area. Give Craig a call at 365-6111.
 
Adsmore Museum—featuring Black PatchWar (1906) now through September 28th. For more information, call 365-3114. They are also on Facebook at Adsmore House & Gardens.
 
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS AT www.wkdzradio.com

 

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