The Kentucky Wool Festival is a Cincinnati Festivals and Events featured event. This festival features rental and concession services from ColdIron Event Rentals.
The 2018 Kentucky Wool Festival is Friday, October 5th through Sunday, October 7th.
Friday, October 5th: 10AM-10PM Saturday, October 6th: 10AM-10PM
Sunday, October 7th: 10AM-6PM
Admission is $5 per person. Children 5 and under are free.3 Day passes are also available for $12.
The Kentucky Wool Festival is located at 48 Concord Caddo Rd, Falmouth KY, 41040.
Schedule of Events
Log Cabin Stage
Friday, October 5th
3:00 No Tools Loaned
4:00 Richard Osterlind Mentalist
7:00 Cecil Jackson & Dry Ridge
8:00 Gene Dobbs & Diamondhead Mtn. Boys
9:00 Billie Renee & Cumberland Gap
Saturday, October 6th
11:00 Russ Conrad (Story Telling)
12:00 Hills of Ky. Clogging
1:00 Pat Feagan & Brandi Courtney Country Duo
2:00 The Training Ground
2:15 Richard Osterling Mentalist
3:00 Salt Creek
5:00 Bittersweet Bluegrass
6:00 Moron Brothers
7:00 Bluegrass Mafia
8:00 Chain Reaction
Sunday, October 7th
12:00 Sugerfoot Cloggers
1:00 The Matildas
2:15 County Line Ramblers
3:15 Solid Ground Trio
Friday October 5th
12:00 Hills of KY Dulcimers 1:00 Ma Crow and the Lady Slippers 2:00 Custom Made Bluegrass 3:00 Cecil Jackson & Dry Ridge 4:00 Cash Staub & Southbound 5:00 No Tools Loaned 6:00 Billie Renee & Cumberland Gap 6:45 Johnny Pop Day & Whiskey Stills 8:00 Haggard County
Saturday October 6th
Sunday October 7th
12:00 Gary Strong & Hardtimes 1:15 River Rising 2:45 The Grascals
Bennett's BBQ Catering
Browning's County Ham
Falmouth Church of God
Golden Bear Tacos and Wings
Grandma Carolyn's Ketchup
Green Acres of Paris
Harvest Community Church
I B Back Fudge
Johnson's Country Hams
Freshly Squeezed Lemonade
Mr. M's Food
Nick Nickels Honey
Oakland Christian Church
Old Tyme Concessions
On the Stick
Pendleton County Chamber of Commerce
Pendleton County Homemakers
Sweet Southern Pies
Taters and Onions
Townsend Sorghum Mill
To find out exactly what each vendor will be serving, click here.
Sheep Shearing, Border Collie Herding and Wool Tent
Friday – Sunday "Our sheep shearer this year is Bill Haudenschield from Marysville, Ohio. The Haudenschield family has been shearing sheep since 1953 with the third generation now shearing along with Bill. The Haudenschields shear all over this part of the country and even work with some of the big shearing crews out west. Bill doesn’t mind the hard work and enjoys working with good shepherds.
Bill will be shearing continuously from approximately 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, approximately every other hour until dark!
One of Bill’s favorite tricks is shearing a sheep blindfolded. Ask him about it!"
Saturday – Sunday following the shearing demonstration.
"The Wool Tent will have raw, washed and ready to spin fleeces from all breeds of fiber animals, including sheep, alpacas, goats, llamas, rabbits.
They also have natural colored and dyed roving and yarns, spinning, weaving, rug hooking, knitting and crocheting tools, woven rugs, knitted and crocheted hats and headbands, wet felted and needle felted finished goods, photography, note cards, Christmas items, sheep and crafting novelties and more.
There will be educational demonstrations going throughout the weekend. Stop in and learn to spin, knit, crochet, weave, needle felt and process wool. Be inspired!"
Don't miss the Kentucky Wool Festival, October 5th-7th! Leave a comment below and tell us if you've been to the Wool Fest in previous years and what your favorite part is!
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