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Giles Arts and Crafts Festival is 15 days away

Special singing this year will be by Living Waters, Royals, and New Doxology

Breakfast and lunch will be sold by The Giles Society. Vendors include: potters, basket makers, book sellers, jewelers, andwood crafters.

The 11th Annual Arts & Crafts Fair is 9am-4pmCT, Saturday, October 2, 2010 at Giles House, 302 Spout Springs RD, Columbia, KY in the vicinity of the Village of Knifley, KY.

Music will begin around 10amCT/11amET with Living Waters. Other groups include Royal Heirs and the New Doxology from Campbellsville University.

The Giles Society, founded in 1996 isa nonprofit organization dedicated to preservation of the log home of Kentucky author Janice HoltGiles and Henry Giles and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.

The organization also is dedicated to the promotion of Giles literature, and to offer enrichment and educational opportunities for the public. The Arts and Crafts Festival focuses on the work of artisans from South Central Kentucky.

For further information visit or call (270) 465-9573 or (270) 789-1713.

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