Kentucky Harvest Celebration to benefit Appalachia

The Kentucky Harvest Celebration is an upcoming event featuring great food, live music from several performers, and a benefit for the Appalachian Food Summit, a community of Appalachian heritage enthusiasts that honors the past, celebrates the present and works to support a sustainable future for the region’s food and people.

The event will be held at the Holly Hill Inn, on 426 North Winter Street in Midway on Saturday, September 23rd.

It begins at 5:30 p.m. Tickets for the picnic buffet are $35, which includes tax and service.

The dinner will feature a whole roasted Red Wattle hog, a heritage breed raised by Travis Hood in Robertson County, and an old-fashioned outdoor fish fry, served along with traditional Kentucky side dishes such as late harvest beans, greens, biscuits, corn bread, apple stack cake, loganberry pie and more.

Wine by the glass and bottle and craft beer will be available, as well as full bar service.

For more information you can visit or call (859) 846-4732.

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