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New Doxology to perform at Giles House Arts & Craft Fair

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Campbellsville, KY - New Doxology, a Campbellsville University music group, will perform during the 11th Annual Arts and Crafts Festival at the Giles House, 360 Spout Springs RD, Adair County District 6, Columbia, KY, in the vicinity of Knifley, KY, on Saturday, October 2, 2010 The festival begins at 9amCT/10amET and ends around 4pmCT/5pmET.


Music will begin around 10amCT/11amET, with Living Waters. The groups to follow include Royal Heirs and the New Doxology.Vendors at the festival include potters, basket makers, booksellers, jewelers and wood crafters. Breakfast and lunch will be sold by The Giles Society.

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

The Giles Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of the log home of Kentucky author Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles. The Society also strives to promote Giles literature and offer enrichment and educational opportunities for the public.
See also Links: Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles


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New Doxology will perform at Arts & Crafts Fair



2010-09-24 - Photo Campbellsville University. Giles House, 302 Spout Springs RD, Columbia, KY
in the vicinity of the Village of Knifley, KY

New Doxology will perform at Giles House, Knifley, Adair Co., KY.Members of Campbellsville University's New Doxology, who will perform at the arts and crafts festival at the Giles House, Saturday, October 2, 2010, include from left: Front row: Fern Thomas of Madisonville, KY; Kinly Bertram of Monticello, KY; Lindsey Kleyer of Simpsonville, KY; Megan Massey of Science Hill, KY, and Rebecca Oliver of Scottsville, KY.Back row: Tim Howe of Dry Ridge, KY; Cole Torbert of Brentwood, TN.; Chris Williams of Columbia, TN.; Garrett Baker of Bowling Green, KY; Saulo DeAlmeida and Matews Tomaz, both of Brazil. Dr. Tony Cunha, assistant professor of music and assistant dean of the School of Music, is the director.Campbellsville University Photo by Bayarmagnai "Max" Nergul.

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