Prepay on registration form $10.
At the convention $15. A must have.
A special REBILD T-shirt has been printed for this special event. Only 100 available. $15 ea.
Take your time to visit some of the exciting museums in Kentucky. E.g. the famous Corvette Museum in Bowling Green. Others include The Muhammed Ali Museum and The Slugger Museum in Louisville, Noah's Ark in Northern Kentucky, The Underground Railway Museum in Cincinnati, Fort Boonesborough, Colonel Saunder's KFC shop in Corbin, and the Aviation Museum at Bluegrass Airport.
No reason to hide that Kentucky is filled with quality music. Some famous artists include:
- Award-winning country singer Chris Stapleton,
- 2/5 of Back Street Boys, pop band
- Loretta Lynn, recorded A Coal Miner's Daughter and Stand By Your Man.
- Patti Loveless, country singer
- The Judds, country mother/daughter duo that actually lived in Berea
- Billy Ray Cyrus, country singer, father of Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana).
- Ricky Skaggs, country/bluegrass
- Exile, pop/rock/country band, sold more than 20 mill. albums.
- McLain Family Band, a legendary bluegrass/folk band from Berea. Played at the White House.
- Mitch Barrett, award winning singer/song writer
- Blind Rickey - bluegrass band, members known from Renfro Valley, Red Barn Radio and Grand Ole Opry.
Perhaps you know the following famous Kentucky movie stars:
- George Clooney
- Jennifer Lawrence
- Ashley Judd
- Johnny Depp
Like everyone else, Kentuckians are crazy about their sports:
Muhammed Ali - Three time world champ in heavy weight boxing, and Olympic champ.
Tyson Gay - 100-m dash world record holder.
Justin Thomas - 2017 PGA Championship winner, golf.
UK Wild Cats - University of Kentucky, the most winning college basketball team in history.
Arts and Crafts
Berea is the Folk Arts and Crafts Capital of Kentucky and also the home of numerous working studios.
It is worth paying The Kentucky Artisan Center in Berea a visit. The center is loaded with amazing creations by Kentuckians.
Register for this exciting Rebild event in Berea, where the Bluegrass meets the Mountains.