Department of Tourism
Hindman to Celebrate Old Fashioned Christmas Dec. 1
HINDMAN, Ky. – The Kentucky Appalachian Artisan Center is proud to be participating in an Old Fashioned Christmas on Friday, December 1 in downtown Hindman.
This special event marks the artisan center’s fifth anniversary, and the public is invited to celebrate along with the center’s organizers and craftspeople.
There will be plenty of food, live music, caroling in the street, face painting and many other activities. Artist John Haywood will be on hand to talk about his paintings at 4 p.m.
The first 200 guests will receive a limited edition commemorative ornament made by Nancy Brown.
This community event begins at the Welcome Center where stockings will be handed out at 5 p.m. A shuttle service will take guests to other participating locations such as the Kentucky School of Craft and Marie Stewart Craft Shop. The festivities will also include a hayride through town.
For more information contact the artisan center at 606-785-9855. Hindman is located in Knott County about 30 miles east of Hazard on Ky. Hwy. 80.
The Kentucky Appalachian Artisan Center is a non-profit organization working to create economic development in the region.
The Kentucky Department of Tourism, an agency of the Kentucky Commerce Cabinet, exists to promote The Commonwealth as a travel destination, generate revenue and create jobs for Kentucky’s economy.