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Downtown BGKY Harvest Festival

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Story and photography by Magen Siegrist

Downtown BGKY hosted their annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, October 14th for all of the community to enjoy. Throughout the day, there was free admission to kids’ activities, live music, craft vendors, local food trucks and more at SoKY Marketplace, Circus Square and Fountain Square.

This is Downtown BGKY’s kickoff to the Fall season with family events like hay forts, inflatables, the BG Trolley and Lil Toot, and the infamous pumpkin drops at Circus Square thanks to the Bowling Green Fire Department. It was the close of the farmers market season at SoKY Marketplace, followed by its Croptoberfest into the afternoon and evening

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