On Saturday, September 15th, graduate students, faculty, and staff in the WKU Folk Studies Program and Kentucky Folklife Program partnered to produce the Chattin’ on the Porch stage at the Horse Cave Heritage Festival in Horse Cave, Kentucky. A yearly tradition, this event serves as a key opportunity for Folk Studies students to gain fieldwork … Continue reading Folk Studies and Kentucky Folklife Program Present at Horse Cave Heritage Festival
We're excited to announce our 2018 line-up for "Chattin' on the Porch" at Horse Cave Heritage Festival! Join the Kentucky Folklife Program and WKU Folk Studies at Horse Cave Heritage Festival on Saturday, September 15, 2018 for our annual Chattin' on the Porch Narrative Stage. The stage is located in front of the Historic Thomas … Continue reading Join us for the Horse Cave Heritage Festival!
That's a wrap! Another fantastic year of programs for Chattin' on the Porch at Horse Cave Heritage Festival. Many thanks to our community partners, including the City of Horse Cave, Kentucky. A huge thanks to the folks that make it happen, the graduate students of WKU Folk Studies! Thanks for making this a fun, successful … Continue reading Horse Cave Heritage Festival a Success
We are now just 2 days away from our narrative stage Chattin' on the Porch at the Horse Cave Heritage Festival. We will be at the Historic Thomas House Lawn in downtown Horse Cave, Kentucky starting at 11am on Saturday September 16, 2017. Join us for conversations with long time Horse Cave residents, musicians, farmers, … Continue reading Horse Cave Heritage Festival this weekend
From the archives: Gary Puckett speaks at the Kentucky Folklife Program’s narrative stage “Chattin’ on the Porch” about southern gospel music at the 2015 Horse Cave Heritage Festival. Don’t forget to mark your calendars for the festival this year in downtown Horse Cave on 9/16! “Chattin’ on the Porch” will start at 11 AM. #tbt … Continue reading From the Archives: Horse Cave Heritage Festival
KFP is making the trip to nearby Horse Cave, Kentucky, for their annual fall festival tomorrow, September 19. Dr. Tim Evans' graduate-level public folklore class will work with us to facilitate six narrative stages and document the festival. Visit the Horse Cave Heritage Festival website for a schedule of events, and stay tuned for students' photos and videos. … Continue reading KFP at the Horse Cave Heritage Festival
The Kentucky Folklife Program and graduate-level public folklore class have collaborated to provide programming for and staff theHorse Cave Heritage Festival for almost ten years. From conducting narrative stages to surveys and interviews, students spend the day practicing the skills they've learned in class. This year, we were excited to help the town celebrate its sesquicentennial. … Continue reading Kentucky Folklife Program at the Horse Cave Heritage Festival