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Kentucky Crafted 2019

The Kentucky Crafted Market is March 15-17 at the Alltech Arena of the Kentucky Horse Park. Come out to enjoy the live music, specialty food, arts and crafts, and all of your favorite Kentucky/regional books from UPK. Organized by the Kentucky Arts Council, the Market will include nearly 200 exhibitors, and you can find us at booth #241, on the left of the public entrance and the west concourse. We will be near the concessions, as well as right beside Acclaim Publishing.

Here are some of our new and recent releases that will be available during the Market!

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Be sure to stop by our booth on Saturday, March 16 between 3:00 and 6:00 pm. Author Mike Norris will be signing copies of Mommy Goose: Rhymes from the Mountains, singing a few songs, and playing guitar!

Friday the 15th is exclusively for wholesale buyers—more information found here—but doors open to the public at 10 am on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets can be ordered in advance online and will be $8 at the door. Parking is $5. See you there!

Join Us This Weekend at Kentucky Crafted: The Market

Come hang with us this Saturday and Sunday at the Lexington Convention Center for Kentucky Crafted: The Market, an annual showcase of Kentucky fine arts and crafts, specialty foods, music, and, of course, BOOKS!

Stop by to say hi and check out some of our new titles:

Kentucky Crafted: The Market

It’s that time of year again! Spring is fast approaching, and all of Kentucky’s best artisans, craftspeople, booksellers, foodsellers, architectural artists, and many others are gathering at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville to share their works with you at Kentucky Crafted: The Market. Come by to shop from more than 200 exhibitors with fine art and craft, books, CDs, DVDs, and specialty foods. There will also be musical performances throughout the day, as well as regional food samplings, children’s activities, literary activities including readings by Kentucky’s poets laureate and special exhibits and narrative stages to explore Kentucky traditions.

The University Press of Kentucky will be there selling all the Kentucky/Regional books you love…you may even run into a few of our authors.

For more information:

or click here for the program.