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Booth Spaces Open For Cow Days Festival

This article first appeared in issue 30, and was written by Staff.

The Greensburg Rotary Club reports that it will host the annual Cow Days fall festival on September 15 and 16.

This year they are expanding their art and craft exhibits. Spaces will be allotted no later than one week before the Cow Days event with exhibit spaces only being provided.

Tables, chairs, display hooks, easels, etc., must be furnished by the exhibitor. Exhibitors are responsible for goods at all times, however, night security will be provided. Booth cost is $40.

Greensburg is the home of the oldest courthouse west of the Alleghenies. Artisans may display their art beside Allan's Inn, once visited by Andrew Jackson within view of Greensburg's unique walk bridge or the old clerk's building.

The annual Cow Days Arts and Crafts Festival is held the third weekend in September and is sponsored by the Greensburg Rotary Club and their new corporate sponsor.

For information, email Joe Shuffett, President at

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