Friday, September 30, 2011 at 1:01 am (Updated: September 30, 12:09 pm)
This weekend kicks off the 36th annual Lincoln Days, Hodgenville’s two-day celebration of President Abraham Lincoln’s birthplace.
The event attracts thousands and boasts activities that “really are unique to Lincoln Days,” said Jeff Hughes, president of Lincoln Days Celebration Inc. The unique events include contests such as Lincoln look-alikes and professional rail splitting.
This year’s festival features no new events but plenty of old favorites, he said.
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