779 Colvin Road, Kevil Kentucky 42053
The Waldon Lodge is Western Kentucky's Ultimate Waterfowl Conservation Hunting Club located on beautiful Colvin Lake. It offers Goose, Duck, Deer, Dove hunting and Fishing. The 6,400 sq. ft. lodge, complete with recreation room and pool table, overlooks Colvin Lake and will accommodate 21 people in a comfortable atmosphere. Ground level pits are heated and furnished with couches, chairs, kitchen facilities, color television and telephone.
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05/28 Coming to The Kevil area
International Bar-B-Q Festival Owensboro KY May10-11 The Owensboro riverfront becomes a hub of activity when cooking teams gather to compete with their secret recipes for barbecue.
Historic Newburgh Wine, Art and Jazz Festival Newburgh IN May17-18 There will be non stop jazz, wonderful wines, great food, and the opportunity to browse and purchase local art. All of this overlooking the beautiful Ohio River at the Old Lock & Dam Park.
Belleville Art on the Square Belleville IL May17-19
Lower Town Arts and Music Festival Paducah KY May17-19 The Lower Town Arts and Music Festival in Paducah, Kentucky is THE regional Festival for Western Kentucky and the surrounding area. The Festival's mission is to celebrate the cultural richness of this part of the country.
International Horseradish Festival Collinsville IL May31-June2 Admission is always free, parking is always free and musical entertainment is always free at the Horseradish Festival.
Handy Blues and Barbecue Festival Henderson KY June12-15 The W.C. Handy Blues and Barbecue Festival has become one of the largest free music festivals in the nation, drawing attendants from just about every state and many countries. The festival is a celebration of the life and legacy of Henderson resident and 'Father of the Blues', William Christopher Handy.