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  • Cannelton Heritage Festival
    9:00 am-4:00 pm
    Oct-13-18

    Once a year the city of Cannelton celebrates its rich history by hosting the Cannelton Heritage Festival on the second Saturday of October. The festival is set on Washington (Main) Street in the heart of Cannelton’s Historic District.

    The main focus of the festival is its arts and crafts vendors.  Artisans and craftsmen from all over display, demonstrate and sell their hand-crafted items.  Again this year, several regional blacksmiths will be forging metal artwork demonstrating their craftsmenship and talents throughout the day.

    In addition to the arts and crafts, there is music throughout the day and a variety of food vendors providing good food.

    Other activities include: Horse Rescue South will have a petting zoo, the Southern Indiana Mule and Draft Horse Association will provide free wagon rides, Agape Church will have a pedal tractor pull and Renew Cannelton, Inc. will sponsor a kids’ carnival and pumpkin painting.

    Come join us for a day of family fun.

    The Cannelton Heritage Festival is on Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Central) on Washington Street.  The festival is just off Highway 66, part of the Ohio River Scenic Byway.

    For more information, you can call Barbara Beard at 812-547-7177 or 812-547-7816 or email her at bbbeard@renewcannelton.org.

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  • Sorghum Festival
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    Oct-18-18-Oct-21-18

    1430 KY-1389, Hawesville, KY 42348, USA

    1430 KY-1389, Hawesville, KY 42348, USA

    Event is Saturday 10am til 5:00pm and Sunday  12:00pm til 5:00pm. Craft vendors, food booths, music, inflatables, antique tractor show, and of course, delicious Hancock County Sorghum! Live sorghum making demonstrations.  No admission charge. Free event sponsored by Independence Bank.

  • Kusari: The Art of Knitting with Steel
    5:00 pm-6:00 pm
    Oct-18-18

    2328 Tell Street Tell City, IN 47586

    2328 Tell Street Tell City, IN 47586

     

    Kusari, or Japanese chainmail, was invented in the 13th century, around the time of the Mongol invasions of Japan. Used to connect plates of armor, it drapes and hangs like fabric.   Today, artists use Kusari to make beautiful jewelry and body art.  It’s flexibility, versatility and strength make it the perfect medium for “knitting with steel.”

    Kyra Matsui, Japanese-Canadian artist and designer, will demonstrate the art of Kusari,  share the historical and literary inspirations for her life and work, and  tell the story of how she went from that kind-of weird-kid in the corner of the classroom to an internationally known jewelry designer who spends her days knitting with steel.  You’re invited to come and meet the artist at  Perry County Public Library.

     

    This program is free and open to the public.

     

     

  • Hancock County School Board meeting
    5:30 pm-6:30 pm
    Oct-18-18

    83 State Hwy 271, Hawesville, KY 42348, USA

    83 State Hwy 271, Hawesville, KY 42348, USA

    Regularly scheduled meeting of the Hancock County School Board, 5:30 p.m. at the board office

  • Lewisport City Council meeting
    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Oct-18-18

    355-371 2nd St, Lewisport, KY 42351, USA

    355-371 2nd St, Lewisport, KY 42351, USA

    Regularly scheduled Lewisport City Council meeting, 7:00 p.m.

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    • Sorghum Festival
      10:00 am-12:00 pm
      Oct-18-18-Oct-21-18
      1430 KY-1389, Hawesville, KY 42348, USA
      1430 KY-1389, Hawesville, KY 42348, USA

      Event is Saturday 10am til 5:00pm and Sunday  12:00pm til 5:00pm. Craft vendors, food booths, music, inflatables, antique tractor show, and of course, delicious Hancock County Sorghum! Live sorghum making demonstrations.  No admission charge. Free event sponsored by Independence Bank.

    • Kusari: The Art of Knitting with Steel
      5:00 pm-6:00 pm
      Oct-18-18
      2328 Tell Street Tell City, IN 47586
      2328 Tell Street Tell City, IN 47586

       

      Kusari, or Japanese chainmail, was invented in the 13th century, around the time of the Mongol invasions of Japan. Used to connect plates of armor, it drapes and hangs like fabric.   Today, artists use Kusari to make beautiful jewelry and body art.  It’s flexibility, versatility and strength make it the perfect medium for “knitting with steel.”

      Kyra Matsui, Japanese-Canadian artist and designer, will demonstrate the art of Kusari,  share the historical and literary inspirations for her life and work, and  tell the story of how she went from that kind-of weird-kid in the corner of the classroom to an internationally known jewelry designer who spends her days knitting with steel.  You’re invited to come and meet the artist at  Perry County Public Library.

       

      This program is free and open to the public.

       

       

    • Hancock County School Board meeting
      5:30 pm-6:30 pm
      Oct-18-18
      83 State Hwy 271, Hawesville, KY 42348, USA
      83 State Hwy 271, Hawesville, KY 42348, USA

      Regularly scheduled meeting of the Hancock County School Board, 5:30 p.m. at the board office

    • Lewisport City Council meeting
      7:00 pm-8:00 pm
      Oct-18-18
      355-371 2nd St, Lewisport, KY 42351, USA
      355-371 2nd St, Lewisport, KY 42351, USA

      Regularly scheduled Lewisport City Council meeting, 7:00 p.m.

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