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Decorating the Historic Adair County Courthouse

2013-10-04 - 500 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Jane Grant. Ellen Zornes and Jane Grant (not pictured), Adair Heritage Association members busy unloading lots of Fall items to decorate the historic courthouse inside and out for Downtown Days and Treats on the Town which will feature the courthouse as The Storybook Castle with lots of cool stuff for our Trick or Treaters Halloween night. The annual HalloRead has changed its venue this year to coincide with Treats on the Town. And we'll be decorated and ready to go for the second annual Primitive Fair November 2, 2013. The historic courthouse has undergone some preservation efforts this summer so please come by Downtown Days, Treats on the Town and Primitive Fair to see what's happening! - Ellen Zornes and Jane Grant
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