It was a Fair day


Chris Jones | Daily Enterprise Despite the heat of late August, the annual Pine Mountain Fair was a rousing success Saturday as hundreds flocked to the historic Pine Mountain Settlement School for a day of fun, fellowship, food, exhibits, games and music. Fair-goers enjoyed food provided by Nolen Lodge; while settlement school staff member Preston Jones gave a lecture on the growing and harvesting of nutritious shiitake mushrooms. Also taking part in the fair was Bledsoe resident Lela Barton who demonstrated the ageless art of spinning to Kylie Ward and Brylee Harmon, both of Harlan.


Chris Jones | Daily Enterprise

Despite the heat of late August, the annual Pine Mountain Fair was a rousing success Saturday as hundreds flocked to the historic Pine Mountain Settlement School for a day of fun, fellowship, food, exhibits, games and music. Fair-goers enjoyed food provided by Nolen Lodge; while settlement school staff member Preston Jones gave a lecture on the growing and harvesting of nutritious shiitake mushrooms. Also taking part in the fair was Bledsoe resident Lela Barton who demonstrated the ageless art of spinning to Kylie Ward and Brylee Harmon, both of Harlan.

Chris Jones | Daily Enterprise Despite the heat of late August, the annual Pine Mountain Fair was a rousing success Saturday as hundreds flocked to the historic Pine Mountain Settlement School for a day of fun, fellowship, food, exhibits, games and music. Fair-goers enjoyed food provided by Nolen Lodge; while settlement school staff member Preston Jones gave a lecture on the growing and harvesting of nutritious shiitake mushrooms. Also taking part in the fair was Bledsoe resident Lela Barton who demonstrated the ageless art of spinning to Kylie Ward and Brylee Harmon, both of Harlan.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_pine-mtn-fair-spinner.jpgChris Jones | Daily Enterprise Despite the heat of late August, the annual Pine Mountain Fair was a rousing success Saturday as hundreds flocked to the historic Pine Mountain Settlement School for a day of fun, fellowship, food, exhibits, games and music. Fair-goers enjoyed food provided by Nolen Lodge; while settlement school staff member Preston Jones gave a lecture on the growing and harvesting of nutritious shiitake mushrooms. Also taking part in the fair was Bledsoe resident Lela Barton who demonstrated the ageless art of spinning to Kylie Ward and Brylee Harmon, both of Harlan.

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