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Mountain Heritage Festival Schedule of Events Theme: Letcher County, A Novel Destination



September 21 Whitesburg Day Food Booths And Crafts Booths Main Street, Whitesburg 8 a.m.–4 p.m. Contact: Lee Anna Mullins 633-9644

Letcher County Recreation Center Open House 11 a.m. Contact Derek Barto 633-2129

Old Time Country Dinner Sponsored By Letcher County Homemakers In Support Of Ovarian Cancer Screening Program Extension Center, 478 Extension Dr., Whitesburg 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Soup Beans & Cornbread, Kraut & Wieners, Desserts And Drinks Also Bake Sale And Home Canned Foods Available 8:30 a.m. Eat In Or Carry Out $5 Local Delivery Available Contact: Ann Bradley 633-2362

“Treasures From The Hills And Hollows” Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College Whitesburg Campus Celebrating Mountain Customs And Crafts Contact: Rhona Creech 633-0279 Ext.13347

Food Booths Open Mountain Heritage Village Area 4-10 p.m. Contact: Phillip Hampton 633-4823

Letcher County 4-H Livestock Show Under The Tent In The Mountain Heritage Village Chicken And Rabbits 5 p.m., Goats 6 p.m., Vegetable Judging Registration from 4 p.m. to 15 Minutes Before Event Begins Ribbons And Prizes Contact: Jason Brashears or Lee Adams 633-2362

Carnival Opens Old Whitesburg High School Parking Lot Family Night Armbands $12 Contact: Mountain Heritage Festival Committee 633-8034

Entertainment Revelation 22 Drama Team 6 p.m. Letcher County 4-H Awards & Raptor Show 7 p.m. Letcher County’s Got Talent 8 p.m. Traditional Gospel Singers 9 p.m.

September 22 Arts & Crafts Tent Opens Mountain Heritage Village Area 10 a.m.–10 p.m. Contact: Connie Fields (606) 378-2226

Food Booths Open Mountain Heritage Village Area 10 a.m.-10 p.m.

Carnival Old Whitesburg High School Parking Lot

Entertainment Audio Sunrise 6 p.m. East KY Tyme 7 p.m. Letcher County’s Got Talent 8 p.m. Pine Mountain Grass 9 p.m.

September 23 Craft Demonstrator Tent Opens Broom Maker, Weaving, Spinning, Scroll Saw, Walking Sticks, Wood Carving, Pottery & more 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. Contact: Missy Matthews 633-5353

Arts & Crafts Tent and Food Booths Open Mountain Heritage Village Area 10 a.m.–10 p.m.

Demonstrations at Entrance to Mt. Heritage Village Moonshine Still Corn Milling Soap Making

Carnival Old Whitesburg High School Parking Lot

Entertainment Seven South 6 p.m. Letcher County’s Got Talent 8 p.m. TheMJBecksBand9p.m.

September 24 Demonstrations Moonshine Still Soap Making Corn Milling

Craft Demonstrator Tent Opens Broom Maker, Weaving, Spinning, Scroll Saw, Walking Sticks, Wood Carving, Pottery, Chair Bottom Weaving, Wood Toy Maker & More, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Mountain Heritage Parade Grand Marshal Mrs. Harry M. Caudill Deputy Grand Marshals Local Authors Downtown Whitesburg 11 a.m. Contact: Tricia Lewis 633-9184

Arts & Crafts Tent and Food Booths Open Mountain Heritage Village Area 10 a.m.-11 p.m.

Carnival Old Whitesburg High School Parking Lot Contact: Mountain Heritage Festival Committee 633-8034

Parade Awards & Announcements Mountain Heritage Village 1 p.m.

Mountain Heritage Horseshoe Tournament Whitesburg River Park 2 p.m. Contact: Randy Hall 633-2182

Entertainment Black Bottom Road 4 p.m. Pure & Simple 5 p.m. Steel Water Band 6 p.m. Letcher County’s Got Talent 8 p.m. Kevin Skinner 9:30 p.m. Winner of the 4th season of America’s Got Talent



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