The Stanton Tourism and Convention Commission would like to formally introduce and welcome our new Part Time Tourism Director, Tammi Milby!
As the new member to our team, Milby states, “My mission as Stanton Tourism and Convention Commission Director is to promote, create, and maintain a safe, energetic, and aesthetically pleasing environment. An environment that encourages current residents of the community and visitors to want to live, work, and visit Stanton.” The STCC has lots in store for the City of Stanton in 2019. We are very excited to have Tammi on board to assist in executing our plans and achieving our goals! Welcome, Tammi!
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Join us October 6th 10am-6pm!! For all things pumpkin in down town Stanton, Kentucky - just of the Mountain Parkway Exit 22!
The Powell County Lions Club and Agricultural School Fair is mixing it up this year! Please check out the official 2018 Fair Tab. CLICK BELOW
This annual parade is held after dark in downtown Stanton, KY. Come participate and enjoy the wonder of a lit parade glimmering though the darkness. This parade ends with gifts from Santa to all the little girls and boys and a tree lighting ceremony at the Stanton City Park.
This parade will be held Friday, December 8th at 7:00pm. Lineup will begin at 6:00pm on East Elkins Street. Please enter on the Ace Hardware end of East Elkins Street and Powell County Kiwanis Representatives will direct you. The parade ends at the Stanton City Park with gifts for the first 100 children and you can take your own pictures with Santa!
The theme for the 2017 Christmas Parade is:
Christmas in a Small Town
For more information or to enter a float contact
Lisa Mays at (606) 481-2302.
Cash Prizes will be awarded for:
***1st Place - $100
***2nd Place - $75
***3rd Place - $50
This holiday season the City of Stanton Tourism and Convention Commission urges the public to think about their shopping habits and asks consumers to make the pledge to shift some of their holiday shopping to local establishments. When holiday shopping money is spent at a national chain store or online it does not benefit the local community to the same extent that local purchases do. When money is spent locally it gets recirculated into the local economy and generates two to three times as much economic activity. Take the pledge to shift at least 10% of you holiday shopping budget to local establishments. Just a small shift of $50 to local establishments during the holiday shopping season would result in over $200,000 being infused back in the community. Explore your community to find items locally. Try with the gifts for family, food items for your holiday meals and a shift to local gift certificates rather than gift cards. This year, there are 31 days between Thanksgiving and Christmas, let’s find a day to explore what is being offered by retailers in our own communities.
- Thank you for every dollar you shift local this holiday season, explorestanton.com