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Is it time for Olde Tyme to return?

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My Views

By The Staff

When arriving into the community over 25 years ago, Bullitt County was home of four major festivals each year.

The Mount Washington Historical Society had the spring festival each May and Lebanon Junction’s Old Fashion Days were held in early October.

The Bullitt County Fair was held in the middle of June at the fairgrounds.

And the Shepherdsville Olde Tyme Homecoming was held along Frank E. Simon Avenue.

Since that time, Bernheim Forest has introduced its wildly popular Colorfest in mid-October and the city of Hillview has started its annual fair.


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