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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Since 1936, there have been gatherings, both large and small, in the Capital City to celebrate the Kentucky Derby. This year, Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear and his wife, Jane, are hosting their fifth Derby Celebration on Saturday, May 5th, in historic downtown Frankfort.
This year's celebration will showcase the beautiful downtown of our Capital City with new and traditional festivities for which the Governor's Derby Celebration is known. The 2012 Derby Celebration will offer plenty of color, excitement, entertainment, children's activities, and food to suit all tastes. In addition to several downtown restaurants that will be open and offering special Derby morning fare, the Kentucky Pork Producers and the Kentucky Cattlemen's Association will be cooking their 'Kentucky Proud' specialties over an open fire.
A free concert featuring several local bands will headline the entertainment on the stage directly in front of the Old State Capitol beginning at 10:00 a.m. Derby morning. And the crowd-pleasing tradition of having Kentucky craftsmen exhibiting and selling their work at the event will continue this year.
The Capital City Museum, located on Ann Street, will host a special guest - a retired thoroughbred racehorse, Patton, from Old Friends horse retirement farm in Georgetown.