Fransico's Farm Arts Festival
May
21
to May 22

Fransico's Farm Arts Festival

 

The Festival Founders from Midway Renaissance named the event for Colonel John Francisco, the original owner of the property on which the city of Midway now stands.  In 1835, Francisco sold his farm to the Lexington and Ohio Railroad.  The L&O planned and built Midway, Kentucky’s first railroad town, so named because it is halfway between Lexington and Frankfort, the state capital. The festival premiered on the campus of Midway College (now University), in 2004.  After appearances at Equus Run winery from 2011-2013, the Festival returned   to the campus and has now become annual festival in May.

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Jun
6
to Jun 7

Butchertown Art Fair

Held the first weekend in June and located in one of the oldest parts of Louisville, set against the backdrop of historic homes from the late 1800s, below a canopy of pear trees, sits the Butchertown Art Fair.

The Butchertown Art Fair has a unique style. Fun, casual, cool and entertaining, the event draws an eclectic crowd. There is something for everyone!  You'll find great art, locally acclaimed food vendors, and a variety of local spirits, beer and wine!  

 

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May
16
to May 17

Francisco's Farm Art Show

This Year, We have been chosen to be a part of the Francisco's Farm Art Fair.  Please come out to Beautiful Midway, Kentucky. Say Hi, and finally get your hands on what you have only see on a screen.  We will be at Booth 19

The Festival Founders named the event for Colonel John Francisco, the original owner of the property on which Midway now stands. In 1835, Francisco sold his farm to the Lexington and Ohio Railroad. The L&O planned and built Midway, Kentucky's first railroad town, so named because it is halfway between Lexington and Frankfort, the state capital. The festival was at Midway College beginning in 2004 and organized by a committee of the Midway Renaissance.

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