Kelly KY

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!

The Little Green Men of Kelly with a Slime Activity

Join your friends on Thursday, July 18th at 10:30 am for a telling of the story of the famous Kelly Green Men, along with a fun green slime making activity. Learn the story of the alleged alien invasion of Kelly on August 21, 1955 and make a bit of little green men slime to take home with you!

For a complete list of events and summer calendar, visit http://www.museumsofhopkinsville.org/summerfun/. For more information on this great activity and more, contact the Museums at 270-887-4270 or visit them at the Woody Winfree Fire-Transportation Museum.