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Arts festival moving to Equus Run in 2011

T.R. Reed discussed his "creachters" with Rachel and Steven Binegar of Versailles, Ky. at Francisco's Farm Arts Festival at Midway College on Sunday June 28, 2009.  T.R. and his creachters won 3rd place overall at the festival.
T.R. Reed discussed his "creachters" with Rachel and Steven Binegar of Versailles, Ky. at Francisco's Farm Arts Festival at Midway College on Sunday June 28, 2009. T.R. and his creachters won 3rd place overall at the festival. Jason Sankovitch

Francisco's Farm Arts Festival planning committee and Midway Renaissance announced recently that the festival will move from the campus of Midway College to Equus Run Vineyards in 2011. The move will allow the festival to grow.

"Midway College is proud to have hosted Francisco's Farm Arts Festival for the past seven years, and wishes them much success as they continue to grow into a nationally known event," said Dr. William B. Drake, president of Midway College.

Artist applications are available online now, with booth fee discounts for applications submitted in November and December. The final application deadline is January 30, 2011.

Equus Run Vineyards is located on 35 acres in the heart of central Kentucky's Bluegrass Region, amidst thoroughbred horse farms, historic stone fences and Midway. Named "Kentucky's Best Wine" for the fifth straight year by Kentucky Monthly magazine, Equus Run is the Official Licensee of the Kentucky Derby Commemorative Wines and was also chosen to produce the Commemorative Wines of the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.

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