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Eddie Price at Casey Co. Library, 21 Mar 2015

Casey Co. Library moves Eddie Price event to larger venue, to First Christian Church, 323 Middleburg Street, Liberty, KY, anticipating larger crowd. Presentation centers around the Cane Ridge Revival of 1801

Author Eddie Price will be presenting a program at the Casey County Library, 238 Middleburg Street (See new venue, above), Liberty, KY, at 10amCT/11amET, on Saturday, March 21, 2015.

Price is the author of Widder's Lander, who recently appeared at Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia. He will be presenting a program on the Cane Ridge Revival that took place in 1801 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. The revival drew 25,000 people from all over Kentucky and surrounding states and territories--including the Governor of Kentucky, James Garrard.


The Kentucky Humanities Council program "What I saw at Cane Ridge!" is designed to educate and entertain. Price, a retired history teacher and author, will dress in period costume, have a slideshow, period music and a travelogue of the Cane Ridge Meetinghouse grounds which are located in Bourbon County, Kentucky. During the performance he slides into a first-person, eyewitness character and tells "What he Saw" at Cane Ridge.

Price has presented the program in the old log meetinghouse on Cane Ridge Day 2014, at Old Mulkey Meetinghouse in Tompkinsville, and as far away as New Orleans. He has presented this program all over Kentucky and in southern Indiana, Missouri, Tennessee, West Virginia, Michigan and Illinois.

Contact information:
- Eddie Price. His Phone: 270-922-1326.
- Casey County Library, Elizabeth Roy at the Casey County Public Library, Phone 606-787-9381


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