Hidden Harvest: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Hemp at Pleasant Hill

6/7/2019 - 6/8/2019

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

3501 Lexington Rd

Harrodsburg

40330

KY

The Pleasant Hill Shakers were first and foremost Kentuckians rooted in an agricultural industry. What was their relationship with Kentucky’s greatest crop exports, tobacco and hemp? Were any of their grains distilled into liquor, or fruits into wine? Discover the Shakers’ role in Kentucky’s most famous crops.

Visitors attend the 5:30 Hidden Harvest program and wrap up at Music on the Lawn cocktail bar for beverage and music.

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