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Nola Sizemore|Daily EnterpriseBrothers Drake, front, 8, and Hayden Harris, 6, both of Harlan, boarded a jet ski for a ride at the carnival now open as part of the 59th annual Poke Sallet Festival being held in downtown Harlan. This year's festival is offering new rides and a large assortment of games for the kids. The festival continues through Saturday night.
Nola Sizemore|Daily EnterpriseBrothers Drake, front, 8, and Hayden Harris, 6, both of Harlan, boarded a jet ski for a ride at the carnival now open as part of the 59th annual Poke Sallet Festival being held in downtown Harlan. This year's festival is offering new rides and a large assortment of games for the kids. The festival continues through Saturday night.
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Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise


Brothers Drake, front, 8, and Hayden Harris, 6, both of Harlan, boarded a jet ski for a ride at the carnival now open as part of the 59th annual Poke Sallet Festival being held in downtown Harlan. This year’s festival is offering new rides and a large assortment of games for the kids. The festival continues through Saturday night.


Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise


If you’re looking for beautiful art, wood crafts, jewelry, bows, candles and so much more, look no farther than the Harlan Center. As part of the Poke Sallet Festival, local artisans will be selling their wares inside the center. Pictured are mother and daughter Amanda Brock, center, and Ashton West, 11, both of Harlan, and woodcrafter Donnie Honeycutt, of Wallins, as they browse artwork by Bob Howard, retired Harlan High School principal and longtime educator in the county.

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