Celebrate with us in 2016!
Oldham County Day
Saturday, July 16, 2016
always the third Saturday in July
Oldham County Day is the brainchild of the late Nancy Crass, a Project Guild member and longtime La Grange resident. The event began in 1971 and now boasts more than 120 booths, live music and a vibrant parade filled with hometown pride. Proceeds from booth space fuel Project Guild’s year-round commitment to community support.
Entertainment on the Second Street stage during Oldham County Day is sponsored by Norton Brownsboro Hospital!
The entertainment lineup for Saturday, July 16 includes:
9 a.m. Haven Alexandra (indie rock, country)
11:30 a.m. Blue Belles (bluegrass)
1 p.m. Oldham Community Band (Americana)
2 p.m. The Dirty South, with members of Six Miles South (country, classic rock)
3 p.m. 3XMO (rock, blues, country)
Popular Oldham County Day attractions on the Courthouse Lawn near the gazebo include 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Living Statues and 12 to 1:30 p.m. balloon art.
The BlueBelles will pause at 12 p.m. for a special presentation at the Oldham County History Center.