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2007 Giles House Arts & Crafts Fair

Six George Kolbenschlag photographs accompany this article
Beautiful weather and a gentle breeze made the 2007 Giles House Arts & Crafts Fair one of the most enjoyable on record.

Even with the large number of competing events, a good crowd attended.

George Kolbenschlag attended the festival and brought back seven stunning photographs, including one mirrored image of the house from a different angle, which should become another Adair County icon.


Highlights of this years events are in the photo collection, including a keepsake picture of the Ed Arnold band on the front porch, a potter at work, a display of wares from Margie's Cedar Poducts, among others.

Look closely at the photographs, below. You may see yourself, Murrell Burton, or someone else you know.
Giles Society, Inc. Board of Directors, from the current Giles Society online, are Clara Metzmeier, President, Campbellsville, KY; Gayla Baker, Knifley, KY; Mike Crain, Lexington, KY; Beverly England, Columbia, KY;Steve Flinchum, Elkhorn, KY; Sharon Greer, Knifley, KY;Susan Lewis, Columbia, KY; Dickie McKinney, Bowling Green, KY; Lynwood Montell, Bowling Green, KY;Jan Sparkman, London, KY;Sally Ann Strickler, Bowling Green, KY.

Ongoing Members are Connie Mills, Jeanne Mitchell, and Charlie Sparks.

Three board members honored In Memoriam are Barbara Peterson, 2002; Judy Morris, 2003; Evelyn McCloud, 2004.

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2007 Giles House Arts and Crafts Festival



2007-10-06 - Spout Springs, KY - Photo By George Kolbenschlag.
The JANICE & HENRY GILES HOUSE at Spout Springs, Saturday, October 6, 2007, during the Arts & Crafts Festival.

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2007 Giles House Arts and Crafts Festival: Enjoying lunch



2007-10-06 - Giles House, Spout Springs, KY - Photo By George Kolbenschlag.
Riley Calvin and her grandma, Linda Hayes, enjoyed some of the food provided by the Giles Foundation at the 2007 Giles Festival Arts and Crafts Festival. They are from Campbellsville, KY.

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2007 Giles House Arts and Crafts Festival: Donnie Perry



2007-10-06 - Spout Springs, KY - Photo By George Kolbenschlag. DONNIE PERRY Sparksville, KY, demonstrated his pottery production at the 2007 Giles House Arts and Crafts Festival. In the background on the shelf are items for sale at the show.
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2007 Giles House Arts and Crafts Festival: Ed Arnold Band



2007-10-06 - Spout Springs, KY - Photo By George Kolbenschlag.
PROVIDING GREAT MUSIC in one of the neatest venues in Adair County, the Giles House front porch, were these boys from Knifley: the Ed Arnold band.

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2007 Giles House Arts and Crafts Festival: Food a big attraction



2007-10-06 - Spout Springs, KY - Photo By George Kolbenschlag.
The FOOD TABLE operated by the Giles Foundation was a busy during the 2007 Giles House Arts & Crafts show. With a light breeze and nice shade, the setting at Giles House was perfect for a picnic.

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2007 Giles House Arts and Crafts Festival: Cedar display



2007-10-06 - Spout Springs, KY - Photo By George Kolbenschlag.
MARGIE'S CEDAR PRODUCTS with some really high quality products, was one of the most popular booths at this year's Giles House Arts and Crafts Festival.

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