THE ANNUAL BLACK PATCH FESTIVAL
IN PRINCETON, KENTUCKY,
PRESENTED BY THE
PRINCETON OPTIMIST CLUB,
IS SEPTEMBER 6, 2014
ZIOBRO’S on Main Street
KAREN WOODALL, Attorney at Law
THE JOSHUA TREE
JACKSON & SCHALK Attorneys at Law
CRAIG SMILEY, Woodmen of the World
BLACK PATCH GRILLE
FRONT PORCH PRIMITIVES AND ANTIQUES
Sept. 5…Black Patch Parade, 5 p.m., line up begins at Butler parking lot at 4 p.m.; grand marshals Francis Kilgore & Atlas McGowan
Sept. 6: Kiwanis Club Pancake Breakfast, 7 a.m., Ogden Memorial United Methodist Church.
Sept. 6: Street Fair (all day)
Sept. 6…Butler/Caldwell Alumni Reunion, Saturday, coffee and donuts 8:30-9:30 in gym, meeting 10 a.m. in auditorium, lunch to follow
Sept. 6....Mid-day Saturday: Park bench dedication in honor of the late Billy Frank Granstaff, ceremony to be in front of Stringbeans.
Sept. 6...At Stringbeans, live music all day Saturday by local musicians; marks one-year anniversary of that business.
Sept. 6…American Legion Auxiliary #116 cake walk at Black Patch 4 p.m.
Now through Sept. 6: Black Patch Book Sale at George Coon Public Library
Sept. 6: Black Patch Arts & Crafts Fair at Big Springs Park
Sept. 6, 6 p.m.: Black Patch Gospel Singing, featuring The Kingsmen Quartet, First Baptist Church, Free admission, love offering will be taken. Contact Wesley Curtis (270) 625-3512 for more information.