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Arts & Crafts festival is Oct. 3, 2007 at Giles House

By Linda Waggener

The Annual Giles House Arts & Crafts Festival will be from 9am-4pmCT, October 3, 2009, Giles House, 380 Spouts Springs RD, Columbia, KY.

Vendors include card makers, potters, quilters, jewelry makers, and wood workers.

Authors will sign their books; book sellers will sell books. Don Parrish of Bardstown will be available to appraise old books and small antiques. Artists will demonstrate basket weaving, pottery making, and rock painting.

Young and old may bob for apples. Towels will be handy.) CU Sound, Living Waters, Royal Heirs, and Doyle Stone will provide music from 10:30am 12:30pmCT. Breakfast and lunch will be available.

The Giles Society is a nonprofit organization that works to preserve the architectural and literary heritage of Kentucky author Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles.

The Giles House is located off Kentucky Highway 76 on Spout Springs Road in Knifley, Adair County, KY. For more information call (270) 465-6104. "Come, visit with friends, and enjoy the day," Clara Metzmeier, President of the Giles Society said.

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