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Thursdays on the Triangle – October  every other week from 4-7pm featuring local foods, produce, and arts and craft vendors

Perry County KY Farmers Market - Open June - October -  Thursday 4-7pm & Saturday mornings 8am-noon (or until sold out)  at the Framer's Market Pavilion, 200 Main Street, beside the Hazard Police Dept. Follow their Facebook page for more details.

Perry County Fair - Yearly - Third weekend in June 

Cruizin' on Main -  Second Saturday of the month @ 2pm

Summer in the Park at Bobby Davis Park        4th Saturday in June yearly

Independence Day Fish Fry and Fireworks - Monday July 4th 

North Fork Music Festival -  July 28 & 29  2023

ANNUAL JEEP RIDE w/Trail Hazards Jeep Club  -  July 29, 2023    

Five Alarm Festival, Downtown - August 26, 2023 


Black Gold Festival - September 14-15-16. 2023 

North Fork Oktoberfest - October 6, 2023

Battle of Leatherwood - Cornettsville -         Yearly -  4th weekend of October


Christmas at the Cabin - December  2&3 . 2023

Art of the Mountains sponsors this event for members to sell their creations.  Held  at the Perry County  Senior Citizens Center, Perry County Park.

MORE info about area special events, dates and times all year long, visit


Black Gold Festival


14, 15& 16   2023

third Th
in September

Christmas in a Small Town

Christmas Parade

Artificial Ice Rink

Inflatable Slides and Snow Globe

Parade of Lights Competition

Christmas Classic Theatre

Local Vendors with Crafts, Food, and Warm Drinks

Battle of Leatherwood

This annual reenactment of the Civil War battle fought over the Brashear Salt works on October 19, 1862. Reenactment takes place annually the fourth weekend in October at the field beside the Cornettsville Fire Department. Includes a reconstructed community. 

(606) 653-8591 •

Perry County Fair

Third Weekend in June

H & H Horse Show

Scheduled the third Saturday in June, at the Perry County Park Horse Ring, during the Perry County Fair, they strive to promote Racking, Pleasure and Standardbred Speed Horses. Focusing on the youth and future riders opens the show to new ideas and different breeds. Contact Todd Hurt (606) 233-1401 or Michelle Hurt (606) 233-5945

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