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Creelsboro Festival is Saturday, Sept 25th

The Creelsboro Festival returns for its second Year Saturday, September 25, 2021.. Historic Creelsboro was once the largest town in Russell County, KY when the Cumberland River was the main highway.

The Creelsboro Country Store will have its doors open, ready for the big day! Plenty of food and exciting things to see and do that day. Music from The Winding Creek begins at 10amCT. Hayrides will continue all day.

Vendors will be open and Columbia's Richard Phelps will be on hand impersonating Elijah Creel.

The Blakey Quartet will perform gospel music at noon.

The History of Creelsboro Video will be shown at the Nazarene Church at 11am and again at 2pmCT with historian Paul Patton.

A group of natives has gathered again to hold the celebration of their town. The first was held in 2019 and last year had to be skipped due to COVID-19. This will be the second event.

This story was posted on 2021-09-23 08:21:29
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Festival Saturday in Creelsboro near Rockhouse

2021-09-23 - Russell County, KY - Photo from Robbie Bell.
The Creelsboro Festival will be held in Russell County on the Cumberland River this Saturday, September 25th with music and booths opening starting at 10amCT. Plan a little extra time to take a walk at the Rockhouse Bottom natural arch.

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