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2011 Downtown Days/Folklore of the Old West Festival schedule

Friday-Saturday, October 7-8, 2011
In Downtown Columbia/Adair County, Kentucky

  • 4pmCT: Square closed to traffic at Fortune on Burkesville ST, at Reed on Jamestown ST, at Reed/Merchant on Campbellsville Street, and at Monroe ST on Greensburg ST.
  • 4:30pmCT: Vendor Booths Open
  • 5pmCT: Kiddie Train Rides
  • 6pmCT: Adult Big Wheel Race, Lindsey Wilson Hill
  • 6pmCT: Crossroads Quartet (Gospel) - Main Stage, 400 Quadrant, Square
  • 8pmCT: In the Middle of Nowhere (local band) - Main Stage.
  • 7amCT: 5K Run Registration, Chamber Buildiing, 201 Burkesville ST
  • 8amCT: 5K Run, start at Chamber Building.
  • 8:30amCT: Vendor Booths open
  • 9amCT: 1/2 Mile Fun Run. Start at Chamber Building. Ages 13 and under. Entry fee $10.
  • 11amCT: Lindsey Family Gospel Singing. Main Stage, Main Stage, 400 Quadrant, Square
  • 12:30pmCT: Bluegrass Express. Bluegrass. Main State
  • 1pmCT: Ping Pong Registration. Entry Fee $10 per person. 1st Place Prize, $50. Second Place. $25. Basement of City Hall, 116 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY
  • 1:15pm: Children's Parade. Decorate your bikes, trikes and stick horses. Trophy for best decorated.
  • 2pmCT: Ping Pong Tournament. Basement of City Hall
  • 2:30pmCT: Rita Burton. Country. Main Stage
  • 3pmCT: Wee Cheer
  • 3:30pmCT: Hannah Ellis. Country. Main Stage
  • 6pmCT: Big River Band. Southern Rock. Main Stage
  • 7pmCT: Joe Diffie Free Concert. Country. Main Stage

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