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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!

   

 

Christmas Market “Gingerbread Village”

You’re invited to the first Annual Christmas Market “Gingerbread Village”! This event is hosted by Nomads Design and I Am Invisible Bullying & Suicide. A percentage of the proceeds from the event will be donate to I Am Invisible Bullying & Suicide, so they may continue their mission to help raise awareness to our kids and adults.

Christmas Market “Gingerbread Village”

You’re invited to the first Annual Christmas Market “Gingerbread Village”! This event is hosted by Nomads Design and I Am Invisible Bullying & Suicide. A percentage of the proceeds from the event will be donate to I Am Invisible Bullying & Suicide, so they may continue their mission to help raise awareness to our kids and adults.

Christmas Market “Gingerbread Village”

You’re invited to the first Annual Christmas Market “Gingerbread Village”! This event is hosted by Nomads Design and I Am Invisible Bullying & Suicide. A percentage of the proceeds from the event will be donate to I Am Invisible Bullying & Suicide, so they may continue their mission to help raise awareness to our kids and adults.

Live Music – Mike Deal & Kate Martin – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Mike Deal and Kate Martin joined forces in 2017 to create an exciting acoustic Americana sound that has made them a favorite among live music venues in western Kentucky. With Mike’s acoustic guitar work and Kate’s powerful vocals, the duo performs songs by such artists as Janis Joplin to Ed Sheeran and nearly everything in between. Drawing from each of their musical influences, these two deliver a solid performance that pays homage to each artists’ work while occasionally putting their unique spin on the music. It’s a show you don’t want to miss.

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!