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Bowling Green International Festival Inc

Bowling Green International Festival Inc

tel. 270-779-3830

601 State Street, Bowling Green, KY 42101

A nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that oversees the Bowling Green International Festival.  The festival is a celebration of cultural diversity that takes place the last Saturday each September at Circus Square Park in downtown Bowling Green, KY.  The festival features music and dance on three stages, authentic foreign foods, edu-tainment activities, cultural displays and an international bazaar as well as related events throughout September.

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Alan Davis Photography

tel. 270-793-0507

432 E Main Ave Ste 3, Bowling Green, KY 42101

Allen County Historical Museum

Allen County Historical Museum

tel. 270-237-3026

301 North 4th Street , Scottsville, KY 42164

Artifacts from Allen County as well as geanology materials including burial and death records, census records, church and family histories, war records, wills, marriages.  Other legal records, publications and papers are also available.   The Allen County Historic Society oversees the building and has a gift shop there to raise funds by selling ornaments, calendars, books and other memoriablilia. Open Mon.-Thurs. 11am-4pm and by appointment.

Auburn Senior Center

tel. 270-542-8223

169 Wrenwood Dr, Auburn, KY 42206

Pioneer Log Cabin

Pioneer Log Cabin

tel. 270-745-5178

1906 College Heights Blvd, Bowling Green, KY 42101

Designed by Louisville architect Brinton B. Davis, who built many of the historic structures on WKU's campus, the 'pioneer log cabin' was constructed in the mid-1930s to commemorate and interpret Kentucky's pioneer life. Never used for this purpose, the cabin instead housed faculty, staff and international scholars, and once served as the childhood home of film director John Carpenter. In 2004, the building was restored for use for the Folk Studies Program and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.In June 2013, the Pioneer Log Cabin became home to the Kentucky Folklife Program.

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