The exhibits are planned and the votes for the homecoming court have been cast as Knox Central prepares to host the first annual Heritage Festival this Friday evening, October 2. The festival in being held in conjunction with the Knox Central vs. Clay County football game and homecoming night.
Local artisans/crafters answered the initial call to exhibit and will be showcasing their work prior to and during the football game. The community is invited to browse and purchase items handcrafted by Molly Shields, Victoria Pope, Lisa Deaton, Renee Brooks, Abigail Carnes, Leslie and Patty Frazier, Wild Wood Farms with their complete line of organic soaps, creams and lotions, Bobbie Jo and Frankie Doolin, and Travis Blakely with grapevine wreaths.
It is not too late for other local artisans to setup at the festival. The cost for each vendor is $25 and setup will begin at 3pm following the dismissal of school. The setup fee includes two tickets to the coronation and game.
The Heritage Festival is open to the public for a fee of $5 including admission to the coronation and game.
For more information please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, message on Facebook: Lori Bain-Miracle, or call (606)546-9253.