The weather is getting colder, the leaves are slowly changing, and people are itching to get out for some fall family fun.

Look no further than the annual Fall Artisan Festival and Singer Songwriters Showcase at Adam’s Breezy Hill on Saturday, October 27th. The festival, which is a fundraiser for the Princeton Art Guild, will be held from noon until 5PM at the grounds located at 1222 Cadiz Road.

Princeton Art Guild Director Melissa Peek said that several local and area artists will have booths set up in the yard outside the restaurant. Sherry Dee Allen, manager at Adam’s Breezy Hill, said that the mercantile will also be open for people to peruse through.

The restaurant will also be open all day for festival goers to partake in.

The festival is a huge fundraiser for the Princeton Art Guild, and Melissa said that although admission is free, the Guild will be selling raffle tickets.

Aside from local artists selling their works, the main draw is the singer/songwriter showcase, which features local and regional talent in the gazebo on the restaurant’s grounds. Music will kick off at noon with Stephanie Ray, who was born and raised in Murray. Following her will be Tessa Ogleby, who hails from Morton’s Gap, at 1PM. Justin Cole, a native of Glascow, will play at 2PM, followed by Tony Logue, from Western Kentucky, at 3PM. Roux & the Willing, an indy roots rock band from Kentucky, will finish out the festival starting their set at 4PM.

For more information about the Fall Artisan Festival and Singer/Songwriter Showcase and snippets of the featured musical artists you can catch our interview with Melissa Peek and Sherry Dee Allen below.

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