Oldham County Day!
Celebrate our beautiful county in July!
Oldham County Day
is always celebrated the 3rd Saturday in July in Downtown LaGrange. The 2019 date is July 20th and the theme is “Music Man.”
Enjoy an all you can eat pancake breakfast on Saturday morning at the LaGrange Community Center on Jefferson Street 7-10:00am. There is a cost for the breakfast.
- After you enjoy the pancakes, get set up to watch the parade in Downtown LaGrange. The parade route begins near LaGrange Elementary School on West Jefferson Street. The route is opposite this year. Participants will parade down Fifth Street to Main Street, turn left onto Main Street, parade to Walnut Street and take a left, up to Jefferson Street and will end at Fourth Street. The parade usually starts around 9:30am. Make sure you arrive early to find a great spot to watch the parade! Anticipate seeing the Grand Marshall, local school marching bands, tractors, horses, fire trucks, church, local business and other group floats that match the parade’s theme for the year.
Check out the over 120 booths on the courthouse square. Many of the booths feature local businesses and organizations in the Oldham County area. Meet local politicians, learn more about locally owned businesses, churches, maybe get a freebie or enter a raffle! Food and drinks are also on the courthouse square. In the past, a lot of the booths had kid-friendly giveaways (like Dairy Queen ice cream coupons), bounce houses and balloon artists and visitors saw living statues.
There is a lot of entertainment
planned before and after the parade. Listen to music while you’re at the festival. There is a great lineup of various artists. Head to LaGrange Christian Church for children’s Carnival 11am-1pm. The Great Train Robbery
, a cookout, face painting, and free tours will be at the Railroad Museum. It’s definitely worth checking out the courthouse square and surrounding attractions after the parade!
Arrive early for parking! You can also sometimes find parking along the side streets surrounding the square and some local residents open their property (sometimes for a fee).
And of course, always check out the other businesses in LaGrange! A lot of the businesses and restaurants have special hours and activities during Oldham County Day!
Make sure you check the official Oldham County Day website and Facebook page for updates on this special event. We wanted to allow our readers to have a general idea of what to expect during Oldham County Day, but realize that activities, event times and entertainment acts are subject to change each year.