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Events in Town

Due to COVID-19 All Augusta Events have been Cancelled.

19
Sep
Swingtime on the River
Relive the glorious Big Band era along the lovely Ohio River during SWINGTIME ON THE RIVER. Every year, on the second Saturday in September, the City of Augusta hosts the Swingtime Big Band for a crowd-pleasing good time of great music and fireworks. For one memorable evening, we invite you to dance and dine beneath the stars. Local restaurants/groups will also be on hand to cater your meal or you can bring your own picnic.
6:00pm
25
Sep
Battle of Augusta Anniversary Weekend
The Battle of Augusta was a battle during the American Civil War that took place on September 27, 1862, in Augusta, Kentucky, between the Bracken County Home Guard and the Confederate 2nd Kentucky Cavalry Regiment under command of Colonel Basil W. Duke, a brother-in-law of John Hunt Morgan. 157 years later, we will be honoring this important part of our town's history with a reenactment of the actual battle. Come join us for an exciting weekend of events! For more information, visit www.civilwaraugusta.org.
9:00am
10
Oct
Turning of the Leaves
The Turning of the Leaves Festival features local vendors, entertainment, and a wonderful opportunity to visit Augusta during the autumn season. Located on the first block of Main Street, Turning of the Leaves is held on the second weekend in October.
10:00am
28
Nov
Small Business Shopping Event
It's Small Business Saturday and a great time to visit Augusta for your holiday shopping! Local shopkeepers will have special deals and refreshments throughout the day. Shoppers can participant in the 'Holiday Shop Crawl' shopping card. Kick off the holiday shopping-season in Augusta! For more information contact the Tourism Director, Janet Hunt 606-756-2183 or email: jhunt@augustaky.com
10:00am
12
Dec
White Christmas Parade
Each year, we remember our beloved Rosemary Clooney with the White Christmas Parade. Sponsored by the Augusta Rotary Club, this event celebrates our Girl's most famous movie, White Christmas, and the town she loved so much. Shops are open late and the entire town comes out to enjoy an evening of good cheer, music and twinkly lights.
5:30pm
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