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Schedule for Revisit Knifley Homecoming and Festival

From Debbie Cowan

The Revisit Knifley Homecoming and Festival is coming up this weekend, Saturday, September 10, 2022. The event takes place in/near the Emmaus Camp, 12190 Knifley Road (former Knifley School). A country ham breakfast will kick things off at 7amCT, and there will be food and craft vendors, giveaways, and childrens activities throughout the day, plus live music, an auction, and then a fireworks show at sundown.

Revisit Knifley event schedule:
  • 7amCT: Country Ham Breakfast
  • 8amCT: Vendor Booths open
  • 8amCT: Tractor Show Begins (Ride at 2pmCT)
  • 8amCT: Knifley History Display opens
  • 9amCT to NoonCT: Free kid's activities
  • 10amCT: Veteran's Motorcycle Ride
  • 10amCT to 2pmCT: Car Show at Crossroads
  • 10:30amCT: Fish Dinner begins
  • 12pmCT to 1:30pmCT: Veteran's Program
  • 1:30pmCT to 4pmCT: Free kid's activities to resume
  • 5pmCT: Live Auction
  • Sundown: Fireworks by Casey Creek Pyrotechnics




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Revisit Knifley car show well-attended



2022-09-10 - Knfiley, KY - Photo by Debbie Cowan.
The Revisit Knifley Homecoming and Festival is underway on Saturday, September 10, 2022. The Car Show at Crossroads was well-attended, with nearly 40 cars on display. The festival continues through sundown, with a fireworks show by Casey Creek Pyrotechnics.

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Jewel Brown, Marilyn Gabehart, and Betty Warren at RK



2022-09-10 - Knifley, KY - Photo by Debbie Cowan.
Sisters Jewel Brown, Marilyn Gabehart, Betty Warren enjoying the Revisit Knifley Homecoming and Festival. They are the daughters of the late Quinton and Elnore Ann Neat.

The festival continues through sundown Saturday, September 10, 2022, with a fireworks show by Casey Creek Pyrotechnics closing out the evening.

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Shuttle Service at Revisit Knifley



2022-09-10 - Knifley, KY - Photo by Debbie Cowan.
Jeff Jessie from Stotts, Phelps, McQueary funeral home is providing courtesy shuttle rides for patrons of the Revisit Knifley Homecoming and Festival. He is pictured giving a lift to Mr. Joe Spires and Dale Clark.

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Stephen Sanders honored at Revisit Knifley



2022-09-11 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
The Revisit Knifley Homecoming and Festival 2022 leaders will be meeting to plan next year. One volunteer who helped organize the annual event is honored in this banner, Stephen Sanders, who is always missed. More volunteers are always welcome.

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Downtown Knifley, KY



2022-09-11 - Adair County, KY - Photo from Mitzi McKinley Bault.
Hazel Chelf is pictured in front of her family's store in downtown Knifley, KY back before the downtown was taken for the Green River Lake. Part of the mission of Revisit Knifley annual homecoming is to gather and keep up family connections.

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