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Go have fun

This coming weekend with see Hamlin host the first of three weekend events set to happen in the months of August, September, and October. 

The Heat ‘N The Hills Chilifest will take place this Saturday, August 24, 2019 at Lincoln Primary Care Center in Hamlin. The event serves as an annual fundraiser for the center’s senior meals program. The Kentucky Headhunters will be the entertainment act Saturday evening with fireworks to follow. 

On September 21, 2019, the county seat will host the annual Hamlin Street Fair. The event has been staged for multiple years and seems to get bigger and better every time. Vendors, crafters, volunteers and more will line Walnut Street and Lynn Avenue for a free day of fun and family. 

A new event is set to take place on Saturday, October 12. A barbeque festival will be hosted at Lions Club Field, raising fund for the food pantries at the county’s schools. 

Go out and have fun in Lincoln County. There’s plenty happening.