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THE ANNUAL BLACK PATCH FESTIVAL
IN PRINCETON, KENTUCKY,
PRESENTED BY THE
PRINCETON OPTIMIST CLUB,
IS SEPTEMBER 6, 2014








Sponsored by:

ZIOBRO’S on Main Street 
FARLESS REALTY
KAREN WOODALL, Attorney at Law
DAVIS GREENHOUSE
THE JOSHUA TREE
LITTLEBITA HEATHER 

JACKSON & SCHALK Attorneys at Law
CRAIG SMILEY, Woodmen of the World 
ADSMORE MUSEUM
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.

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