HARVEYSBURG — The Harveysburg Historical Fall Fest & Drive-By/Walk-By Tour is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 17.
The fall fest includes live musical entertainment, a food truck on-site at 11 a.m., craft booths, demonstrations with gourd, wool and archery, face painting, and more. Parking is free.
The free entertainment includes the Clinton-Massie band between noon and 1 p.m.; Carm Call (classic/urban rock) from 12:50–1:25 p.m.; Tesa Marie Music (country) from 1:30–2 p.m.; Steven Gregory and Cody Curtis (pop rock/blues) from 2–2:45 p.m.; Travis Lunkan “Old Timey Music” (bluegrass) from 2:45–3:15 p.m.; and Music by Roger Taylor (blues, rock, gospel) from 3:15–4 p.m.
A Harveysburg citizen who made a generous donation to the Elizabeth Harvey First Free Black School will be recognized at noon.
Enjoy a “drive-by” or “walk-by” tour to observe the historical sites in this community. Take the tour at your own pace between noon and 4 p.m.
The Elizabeth Harvey First Free Black School Museum, where the tour starts, will be open, with site maps and information available at a registration table, but other sites will not be open for entrance.
The event was developed by the Harveysburg Community Historical Society. For more information, visit the Harveysburg Community Historical Society on Facebook.