Did you know the center of the universe is as close as Florence, y'all? Rabbit Hash is a tiny town in Northern Kentucky that has attracted attention since 1998 when a dog was elected mayor. The town’s four-legged officials and historically preserved general store have been featured in national news and even a documentary, Rabbit Hash: The Center of the Universe. This weekend, you can find out why it's called that when the town hosts its annual summer art fair, chock full of original handmade goodies with an emphasis on quality craftsmanship.
After you peep the artwork, be sure to visit the general store, where you can purchase everything from sarsaparilla and sunflower seeds to official merchandise and ice-cold beer. And if you're an antique lover or all around junker, the general store is knick-knack heaven. To top it all off, there will be live music and plenty of food from the grill all day. Now's your chance to shake paws with Mayor Lucy Lou and mingle with the colorful locals from a town that's just across the river, but also out of this world. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and noon-5 p.m. Sunday at The Rabbit Hash General Store (10021 Lower River Road).
Go here for event details.