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Revisit Knifley/Schedule: Big day set for September 6, 2014

A HUGE Day for Knifley, KY: Starts with firehouse breakfast and ends with fireworks after dark. 5K-at the 4-Way Run-Walk. Special noon food all day. Cutest Punkin Contest. Historical review. Petting zoo & more. A visit by Air Evac. After Gospel Singing, Twilight concert with Crooked Creek Band and introducing Carousel Stamped (Nick Kemp, Easton Bryant, and Neil Bryant. And big Fireworks Finale.

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A full day of activities, will starting a 7pmCT, Saturday, September 6, 2014 through a fireworks presentation after dark, has been scheduled for Revisit Knifley.

The Knifley Area Fire Department will kick off the day with a 7amCT, pancake breakfast. And vendors will check in at 7amCT at the Patterson's Store, 855 Elkhorn Road, Knifley, KY, at the Crossroads (KY 551 & KY 76/Knifley Road & Elkhorn Road).

There will be a Run/Walk "5K at the 4-Way," at 8amCT at the Crossroads. .

At 9amCT, there will be a Cutest Punkin contest at the Knifley Area Fire Department, 6130 Elkhorn Road, Knifley, KY.

Petting Zoo & More

A free petting zoo, inflatables, basketball, pumpkin and face painting, a ring toss, and popcorn, along with a visit from Air Evac, will be in the field in front of the old Old Knifley Grade Center, (now Olde Town Cafe), 12190 Knifley Road, Knifley, KY from 10am-1pmCT.

Historical Review

A historical review will be held at the cafe at 11amCT, which will have a special Re-Visit Knifley meal at the same time.

Buggy Rides

There will be buggy rides through Knifley 10am-4pmCT.

Gospel singing at Knifley United Brethren Church

A gospel singing will start at 1pmCT at the Knifley United Brethren Church, 6029 Elkhorn Road, Knifley, KY

Crooked Creek, Carousel Stampede

The tempo of the music will change 4:30 to dark, with a concert featuring the well-known Crooked Creek Band and introducing Carousel Stampede (Nick Kemp, Easton Bryant, and Neil Goodin.

Fireworks after dark

The grand finale will follow after dark with a fireworks presentation at the crossroads.


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Main Street, Old Knifley - July 1902



2014-08-29 - Knifley, KY - Photo from the collection of Don Knifley.
Knifley, Adair CO, KY - Photo Staff of photo from Donald Knifley, first posted 2006-04-20collection.
A Fourth of July, 1902, community celebration in Knifley, KY. This is a rarely seen photo of Main Street, looking east, in old Knifley, from the collection of Donald Knifley. Mr. Knifley has not identified any of people in the photo. But he does note that it is the only photo extant which shows the letters at the top of the L.R. Chelf store, upper right hand corner, clearly enough in his original that the letters can be made out with a magnifying glass. The photo kicked off the serialized story of the community and the school, by Donald Knifley, Jennifer Hardin, and students and staff of Knifley Grade Center. Several more wonderful photos will accompany the stories. (See: HISTORY OF KNIFLEY COMMUNITY AND KNIFLEY'S SCHOOLS with 15 photo(s), detailed cutlines). Clicking Read More accesses Schedule for Revisit Knifley celebration, starting 7amCT, Saturday, September 6, 2014

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