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David Waltz instructs Ty Coleman in art of pottery making

2017-04-24 - Green River Animal Shelter, 455 Appleby Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by George Kolbenschlag
Master pottery artist David Waltz shared his skills with young artists to be at Saturday’s Spring Festival at Homeplace on Green River. Waltz, who taught his art in Maryland for many years, volunteers his talents frequently at Homeplace events. Here he’s working with Columbia’s Ty Coleman, son of Mark and Maggie Coleman. Waltz was one of a number volunteers who turned out despite the wet weather to demonstrate and share their skills with the many folks who also braved the weather to attend the festival. - GEORGE KOLBENSCHLAG
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Exie Boys are regulars at HGR festivals

2017-04-24 - Homeplace on Green River, 5807 New Columbia Road, Campellsville, KY - Photo by George Kolbenschlag
Green County’s Exie Boys helped inaugurate the newly restored bank barn at Saturday's Homeplace on Green River Plow Day/Spring Festival, Saturday, April 22, 2017. The ground was too wet for the plow teams, but many turned out to hear the Exie Boys, other local musicians and the many other exhibits, demonstrations and arts and crafts on display and for sale. The bank barn proved to be an excellent venue for the music with exceptional acoustics for such a large space. The Exie Boys are regulars at the Homeplace festivals. - GEORGE KOLBENSCHLAG
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Payne Family gathers at lardarian Kent Penick's HGR display

2017-04-24 - Homeplace on Green River, 5807 New Columbia Road, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by George Kolbenschlag
Three brothers of Columbia’s much respected Payne family gathered at Kent Penick’s lard rendering operation Saturday at the Homeplace on Green River Plow Day and Spring Festival. Offering their advice to master lardarian Penick are George Payne, Columbia, and his brothers C.R. and Henry who have relocated to Danville but came back home for the festival.
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