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Campout Weekend at Christian Way Farm

Come celebrate a campout weekend at Christian Way! Farm activities will continue on into the night once campers check in beginning at 6 PM on Friday, September 4th. Play unlimited mini golf, have a night tricycle race, grind corn and feed the animals their dinner, try our scavenger hunt, make new friends, have a friendly game of one-on-one, and, extra special on this night only, experience taking your child camping out in the country.
We’ll have fire pits available for roasting hot dogs, and your camping admission includes unlimited marshmallows for making yummy s’mores beside the campfire. On Saturday morning, we’ll fry up some pancakes & sausage for a good breakfast out in the open air. Stay all day Saturday & play, and camp again Sunday if you wish! Find out more about the Christian Way Campout.

What’s included:
• Farm admission & access to all farm activities. Click to learn more about the farm.
• Mini Golf admission. Click to learn more about mini golf.
• Extended hours
• Dedicated camping area
• Marshmallows
• Saturday breakfast of pancakes, sausage, milk, juice and coffee. Click to see the full Christian Way Cafe menu.

What you should bring:
• Tent or camper (no hook-ups)
• Sleeping bag(s)
•Anything you may need for an overnight stay
•Your favorite s’mores fixin’s
•Your favorite yard games or even board games to play at the lighted picnic areas.

What you should not bring:
• Family pets
• Equipment requiring electricity. (These are primitive campsites)
• Generators–this will be a night of quiet camping.
• Loud electronic devices. Enjoy the sounds of the outdoors!
• Alcoholic beverages

What it costs:
• Stay tuned for updated pricing!
• Additional food & beverages will be available for purchase in the Christian Way Cafe. The Country Store also offers toys, gifts, apparel and more for purchase.

Friday, September 4th camper check-in will begin at 6 PM. Lights out will be at 11 PM. Wake up Saturday morning to a breakfast cooked by Janie & Milt, then stay and enjoy the outdoors and play on the farm all day. Sunday camper check-out time is 10 AM.

(In the event of inclement weather, an alternate date will be chosen and refunds issued (camping fees only) for those unable to attend the alternate date.)

Please contact Christian Way Farm at 270-269-2434 with any additional questions.

Event subject to change – please refer to christianwayfarm.com for updated information.

Kelly Little Green Men Days Festival

Kelly Little Green Men Days Festival will celebrate the Historic Alien encounter on the Sutton Farm in Kelly, KY on August 21, 1955. Visitors can enjoy all that Kelly has to offer – the annual festival, live music from the main stage, camping, craft and food vendors, rides, games, sights and sounds from the many trains as they pass by, as well as local historians providing personal history of the area and, of course, small town friendliness and fellowship.

Be sure to keep checking www.kellyky.com for updates on this year’s festival!

   

 

Kelly Little Green Men Days Festival

Kelly Little Green Men Days Festival will celebrate the Historic Alien encounter on the Sutton Farm in Kelly, KY on August 21, 1955. Visitors can enjoy all that Kelly has to offer – the annual festival, live music from the main stage, camping, craft and food vendors, rides, games, sights and sounds from the many trains as they pass by, as well as local historians providing personal history of the area and, of course, small town friendliness and fellowship.

Be sure to keep checking www.kellyky.com for updates on this year’s festival!

   

 

Campout Weekend at Christian Way Farm

Come celebrate a campout weekend at Christian Way! Farm activities will continue on into the night once campers check in beginning at 6 PM on Friday, June 19th. Play unlimited mini golf, have a night tricycle race, grind corn and feed the animals their dinner, try our scavenger hunt, make new friends, have a friendly game of one-on-one, and, extra special on this night only, experience taking your child camping out in the country.
We’ll have fire pits available for roasting hot dogs, and your camping admission includes unlimited marshmallows for making yummy s’mores beside the campfire. On Saturday morning, we’ll fry up some pancakes & sausage for a good breakfast out in the open air. Stay all day Saturday & play, and camp again Sunday if you wish!

What’s included:
• Farm admission & access to all farm activities. To learn more about the farm, please visit https://christianwayfarm.com/farm/
• Mini Golf admission. To learn more about Mini Golf, please visit https://christianwayfarm.com/golf/
• Extended hours
• Dedicated camping area
• Marshmallows
• Saturday breakfast of pancakes, sausage, milk, juice and coffee. To see the full Christian Way Cafe menu, please visit https://christianwayfarm.com/cafe/

What you should bring:
• Tent or camper (no hook-ups)
• Sleeping bag(s)
• Anything you may need for an overnight stay
• Your favorite s’mores fixin’s
• Your favorite yard games or even board games to play at the lighted picnic areas.

What you should not bring:
• Family pets
• Equipment requiring electricity. (These are primitive campsites)
• Generators–this will be a night of quiet camping.
• Loud electronic devices. Enjoy the sounds of the outdoors!
• Alcoholic beverages

What it costs:
• Stay tuned, pricing coming soon!
• Additional food & beverages will be available for purchase in the Christian Way Cafe. The Country Store also offers toys, gifts, apparel and more for purchase.

Friday, June 19th camper check-in will begin at 6 PM. Lights out will be at 11 PM. Wake up Saturday morning to a breakfast cooked by Janie & Milt, then stay and enjoy the outdoors and play on the farm all day. Sunday camper check-out time is 10 AM.

(In the event of inclement weather, an alternate date will be chosen and refunds issued (camping fees only) for those unable to attend the alternate date.)

Please contact Christian Way Farm at 270-269-2434 with any additional questions.
Join us again on Labor Day weekend September 4, 2020 for another Christian Way Campout weekend!

Event subject to change – please refer to christianwayfarm.com for updated information.

Campout Weekend at Christian Way Farm

Come celebrate a campout weekend at Christian Way! Farm activities will continue on into the night once campers check in beginning at 6 PM on Friday, May 29th. Play unlimited mini golf, have a night tricycle race, grind corn and feed the animals their dinner, try our scavenger hunt, make new friends, have a friendly game of one-on-one, and, extra special on this night only, experience taking your child camping out in the country.
We’ll have fire pits available for roasting hot dogs, and your camping admission includes unlimited marshmallows for making yummy s’mores beside the campfire. On Saturday morning, we’ll fry up some pancakes & sausage for a good breakfast out in the open air. Stay all day Saturday & play, and camp again Sunday if you wish!

What’s included:
• Farm admission & access to all farm activities. To learn more about the farm, please visit https://christianwayfarm.com/farm/
• Mini Golf admission. To learn more about Mini Golf, please visit https://christianwayfarm.com/golf/
• Extended hours
• Dedicated camping area
• Marshmallows
• Saturday breakfast of pancakes, sausage, milk, juice and coffee. To see the full Christian Way Cafe menu, please visit https://christianwayfarm.com/cafe/

What you should bring:
• Tent or camper (no hook-ups)
• Sleeping bag(s)
• Anything you may need for an overnight stay
• Your favorite s’mores fixin’s
• Your favorite yard games or even board games to play at the lighted picnic areas.

What you should not bring:
• Family pets
• Equipment requiring electricity. (These are primitive campsites)
• Generators–this will be a night of quiet camping.
• Loud electronic devices. Enjoy the sounds of the outdoors!
• Alcoholic beverages

What it costs:
• Stay tuned, pricing coming soon!
• Additional food & beverages will be available for purchase in the Christian Way Cafe. The Country Store also offers toys, gifts, apparel and more for purchase.

Friday, May 29th camper check-in will begin at 6 PM. Lights out will be at 11 PM. Wake up Saturday morning to a breakfast cooked by Janie & Milt, then stay and enjoy the outdoors and play on the farm all day. Sunday camper check-out time is 10 AM.

(In the event of inclement weather, an alternate date will be chosen and refunds issued (camping fees only) for those unable to attend the alternate date.)

Please contact Christian Way Farm at 270-269-2434 with any additional questions.
Join us again on Father’s Day weekend June 19, 2020 and Labor Day weekend September 4, 2020 for another Christian Way Campout weekend!

Event subject to change – please refer to christianwayfarm.com for updated information.

Lights Out Festival Featuring The Woodstock Rock Orkestra

The ​Pennyroyal Arts Council​ and ​Casey Jones Distillery​ announce a joint event and special performance by ​The Woodstock Rock Orkestra Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 7:00 pm at Casey Jones Distillery​ with proceeds benefiting the Pennyroyal Arts Council. The event is sponsored by Budweiser and Comfort Suites of Hopkinsville.

The Woodstock Rock Orkestra will perform a​ spectacular three hour concert of iconic music that helped define a generation and forever changed the American music scene. Directed by Kentucky natives Mark Jones and Lee Carroll, and featuring standouts like Jonell Mosser and Hopkinsville’s own Chip Graham and Alonzo Pennington, the Woodstock Rock Orkestra and its dozen plus players will perform the crown jewels of the ‘69 festival along with other Woodstock era hits to deliver a gripping, unforgettable concert under the stars.

Enjoy favorites by:
Santana | Led Zeppelin | Creedence Clearwater Revival | The Who | Jefferson Airplane | Joe Cocker | Janis Joplin | The Beatles | Sly and the Family Stone | The Rolling Stones | Jimi Hendrix | Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young | and More!

This is an all-age, family-friendly event with ​general admission tickets​ at $25 per person and $10 for kids under 12 for the 7:00 pm show. Experience the Lights Out Festival in an exclusive area with a VIP bar, tables and chairs at $37.50 (21+). You can reserve a whole table for your group by purchasing eight VIP tickets.

Want to take your festival experience up a notch? Camping options at the distillery are available Friday and Saturday nights at $10 a night. Each camper must have a ticket and be accompanied by an adult.

The gates open at 10​:00 am​ with warm up music starting on the back porch at 2:30 pm with food trucks, tours and tastings available prior to the main event.

Tickets are available at the Alhambra Theatre and online at ​www.PennyroyalArts.org beginning Wednesday, June 19. For more information, contact the Arts Council at 270-887-4295 or Casey Jones Distillery at 270-839-9987 or visit https://pennyroyalarts.org/event/lights-out-festival/​.

The Kelly Little Green Men Days Presents Zach Bales, The Paranormal Roadtripper

Hear the history and details about Area 51 in Nevada and the Roswell Crash Site in a special presentation from the Kelly Little Green Men Days stage on Saturday, August 17th at 4:00 pm. Zach Bales, The Paranormal Roadtripper, will present his own investigations, details, and his ET experience. “Storm Area 51?” Detailed travel guides for both sites will be available.

Kelly Little Green Men Days Festival

Kelly Little Green Men Days Festival will celebrate the Historic Alien encounter on the Sutton Farm in Kelly, KY on August 21, 1955. Visitors can enjoy all that Kelly has to offer – the annual festival, live music from our main stage, camping, craft and food vendors, rides, games, sights and sounds from the many trains as they pass by, as well as local historians providing personal history of the area and, of course, small town friendliness and fellowship.

Check out Zach Bales The Paranormal Roadtripper at the festival!

Kelly Little Green Men Days Festival

Kelly Little Green Men Days Festival will celebrate the Historic Alien encounter on the Sutton Farm in Kelly, KY on August 21, 1955. Visitors can enjoy all that Kelly has to offer – the annual festival, live music from our main stage, camping, craft and food vendors, rides, games, sights and sounds from the many trains as they pass by, as well as local historians providing personal history of the area and, of course, small town friendliness and fellowship.

Check out Zach Bales The Paranormal Roadtripper at the festival!