Duck, Duck, Duck, Festival! | News
From Tiffany Neal
LOUISVILLE, KY- Ken-Ducky Derby Festival will be ducktastic! Harbor House of Louisville is hosting the 9th Annual Ken-Ducky Derby Festival on September 22nd from noon – 5:00pm. This year’s festival will include more food, fun, and vendors than one can handle. Not to mention one lucky person is going to win a car courtesy of Sam Swope!
This year’s festival will include a fabulous Kids Area presented by The Mommy Nest with games, art, bouncers, mascots, prizes and more! Yummy food including some of our local foods trucks! There will be a variety of vendors, truly something for everyone. Ode 2 the Gnu and The Leopard Percussionist will be rocking out with their musical talents. New this year, Staples will be hosting our first ever “Duck Tape Arts & Crafts” area. Also new a raffle for some really awesome items- autographed ducks, gift certificates and other goodies. Don’t forget you can pick-up your favorite Harbor House merchandise all day long.
Sponsors for this year’s Ken-Ducky Derby are: Sam Swope Honda World, WLKY, Zoeller Company, ACL, JeffBoat, Heritage, Falls City, UPS, C.I. Agents, Papa John’s, Tri-Arrows Aluminum, Hooters, Owen’s Funeral Home, Valenti, Hanley & Robinson, Allscript, Maeser, Horner Novelty, Kentucky One Health, Signaroma Dixie, Cox Media Group, Joe’s Crab Shack, Louisville Public Media, Pat’s Steakhouse, Louisville Fire Department 345, Bill Samuels, Republic Bank, Krispy Kreme, Kroger, Starbucks, Still Spinnin’, Louisville Water Company, LXC sports.com, Ratterman Grand Chapel, Maker’s Mark, U of L Pi Kappa Alpha, Steve Buttleman, Bulgerand, and Metro Council Districts 2, 3, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26
For more information about Quacky, his blog, the festival, volunteering for the festival or to learn more about Harbor House visit www.whatsquackin.com
About Harbor House
Harbor House is a non-for-profit certified training and development center for adults with developmental and physical disabilities, including brain injuries. Harbor House Mission is "Empowering individuals with disabilities and their families to lead fulfilled and productive lives." To date, there are over 30,000 individuals in Metro Louisville alone that could benefit from our programs and services. Currently Harbor House serves a little over 300 of them with on-site and community-based employment opportunities, plus a full range of other services.