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Constitution Square to showcase craft collection

December 05, 2004

The Kentucky Collection will be premiering at Constitution Square State Historic Site's Museum Store 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

Recording artist Jennifer Rose will perform 1 to 3 p.m. A folk performer from Berea, she plays traditional Appalachian music with dulcimer and guitar accompaniment. She has seven CDs and will sign her CDs at the premiere.

Tasty Kentucky-produced food products also will be available for shoppers to sample.

The Kentucky Collection is a project of the Kentucky Craft Marketing Program, a division of the Kentucky Arts Council, Commerce Cabinet.

Products in the collection represent quality, moderately-priced Kentucky crafts, visual arts, foods, books and music that are available for sale in selected retail venues around the state.

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Vendors are selected through an application process from the participants of the partner groups, which include the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, Kentucky Arts Council, and the Kentucky Book Fair. Constitution Square State Historic Site is one of 14 locations to incorporate the Kentucky Collection into its gift shops inventory. "We are honored to be associated with the Kentucky Craft Marketing Program and being chosen as one of the Kentucky Collection stores will further enhance our inventory of Kentucky handmade products," says Brenda Willoughby, Constitution Square State Historic Site's park manager.

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