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4th Annual Creelsboro Festival is October 21

From Kimberly Lawless

The Fourth Annual Creelsboro Festival will be held between 10amCT and 3pmCT on Saturday October 21, 2023, in historic Creelsboro, Kentucky. Parking will be in Campbell Field. More info at creelsborofestival.com/.

We will be recreating an old historical town feel this year, and historian Rihcard Phelps will be presenting our town history as the founder, Elijah Creel. Vendors and visitors are encouraged to play dress up in 1800's and early 1900's clothing. While women and children can have fun dressing up in stylish clothes, men can pull out their jeans, solid shirts and boots.

The 4th Annual Creelsboro Festival will feature:


  • Blacksmith Jonathan Eby will be forging through out the event. He is a participant of Hammer-In with Western Ky University. He will have knives on display and for sale. He will have other handcrafted items like door hardware and farm implements as well.

  • Annie Bird Textile Spinning and Weaving demonstrations

  • Local beekeeper Gunner Coe He is a local bee keeper that is passionate about teaching others on the craft of bee keeping. He and his dad were featured in Kentucky Living magazine. He and his dad travel to schools and events with his demonstration trailer to share using an interactive presentation.

  • Richard Phelps as Elijah Creel Local historian and actor presenting our town history as the founder, Elijah Creel. Richard will be displaying his antique powder horn gun collection.

  • Living Waters a bluegrass gospel group will be playing from 2pmCT to 3pmCT

  • Photo op area, hayrides, and raffle sales

  • Food trucks and local vendors mums, pumpkins, merchandise for fall decorations

Vendors are welcome with no fee required. All we ask is that they notify us through Facebook that they are coming, that they attempt to "dress up" and they park in the designated areas and assigned spaces by 9amCT.

Craftsmen are encouraged to reach out to us so we can place them appropriately.


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Gunner Coe to present at Creelsboro Festival



2023-10-15 - Russell Co., KY - Photo courtesy Kimberly Lawless.
Local beekeeper Gunner Coe is passionate about teaching others on the craft of bee keeping. He and his dad were featured in Kentucky Living magazine. He and his dad travel to schools and events with his demonstration trailer to share using an interactive presentation. The Fourth Annual Creelsboro Festival will be held between 10amCT and 3pmCT on Saturday October 21, 2023, in historic Creelsboro, Kentucky

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Annie Bird to be at Creelsboro Festival



2023-10-15 - Russell Co., KY - Photo courtesy Kimberly Lawless.
Annie Bird will offer Textile Spinning and Weaving demonstrations at the Fourth Annual Creelsboro Festival on Saturday October 21, 2023, in historic Creelsboro, Kentucky.

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