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Events in the Benton Area

Including Aurora, Jonathan Creek, Malcolm Creek & King Creek KY

If you're looking for something to do, we hope to help fulfill your quest with these events happening in the Benton area.

Kentucky & Barkley Lakes Fun Run

Where:  Benton - Moors Resort - 570 Moors Rd

When:  September 10, 2016 -

Contact:  270-362-8386

A leisurely poker run for boats and cars of all sizes. Please call 270-362-8386 for more information!

Walmart BFL Qualifier #5

Where:  Benton - Moors Resort - 570 Moors Rd

When:  September 10, 2016 thru September 11, 2016 -

Contact:  (270) 362-8361

A qualifying bass fishing tournament for the Wal-Mart BFL LBL Division. Hosted by the Kentucky Lake CVB, FLW; taking place at Moors Resort & Marina.

Bubbles & Beans Festival

Where:  Aurora - Hitching Post - 16474 US-68

When:  September 17, 2016 -

Contact:  (270) 474-2266

This event is a root beer and chili festival in Aurora, KY. It features a chili cook-off, contests, and fun for the whole family at The Hitching Post & Old Country Store.

Benton Cruise-In in Kentucky Lake's Downtown

Where:  Benton - - 36.857393, -88.350748

When:  September 24, 2016 - 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Contact:  270-527-8677

The Metal Mafia Car Club & the City of Benton will be hosting their annual Cruise In; cars, food, prizes, and live entertainment for free! Events happen the last Saturday of each month from April to September 4-8pm. Call 270-527-8677 for more information.

Aurora Country Festival

Where:  Aurora - -

When:  October 21, 2016 thru October 23, 2016 -

Contact:  270-354-8467

A 3-day festival with arts & crafts, parade, food vendors, flea market, live entertainment, and more! Please call 270-354-8467 or 270-354-9964 for more information.

Looking for more?  View all the Kentucky Lake & Lake Barkley Events.

Photo by Melodie Cunningham

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