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Events and Activities

The Somerset Cruisers visit the Johnson Creek bridge 

Cruise'In held October 25 hosted by Blue Licks State Park and the Robertson County Tourism Commission.  The Cruisers lunched at the Park prior to assembling at the historical covered bridge.

Commemoration of the Battle at Blue Licks

Held Annually 3rd weekend of August, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Be a spectator to the reenactment of the last battle of the American Revolution in Kentucky.  There will be a historical encampment follow by a reenactment of the battle that includes Kentucky Militia, British Soldiers and Native Americans.   There will be food vendors, demonstrators and local authors set up throughout the day.


Johnson Creek Bridge featured in 2019 Calendar


Blue Licks Market at the New Farmers Market Building  in Mt Olivet 
  • Every Friday 9am - 1pm
Blue Licks Market at the Blue Licks State Park Lodge**
  • Tuesday 11am - 5pm or until sold out.
  • Friday 12pm - 4pm or until sold out
  • Saturday 8am - 12pm or until sold out
**hours and days vary based on season

Annual 4th of July Festivities


Piqua School Dedication

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Piqua School

 Piqua School Dedication

 The Robertson County Tourism Commission held the dedication of the restored Piqua Schoolhouse at 503 Piqua Lane off highway 165 in May, 2018.


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 Supper at the Johnson Creek Covered Bridge

October 1, 2017, was an enjoyable evening at the potluck supper at the bridge.  Everyone brought their favorite dish and fried chicken, tea, lemonade, and bottled water was served.  An informative program commemorating the 150th anniversary of the establishment of Robertson County was followed by music and fellowship.
Mark your calendar to join us in 2018.  Details to follow.


 Christmas at the Blue Licks Muesum

Christmas at the Blue Licks Muesum was celebrated Saturday December 16 and Sunday, December 17. 
Details to follow for 2018..

Rocks.jpgLet's Rock Mt. Olivet

New treasure-hunt trend that "Rocks".  Visit "Let's Rock Mt. Olivet" on Facebook.

Come to the Robertson County Public Library to paint rocks and learn all about this craze that's sweeping the nation.