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Restroom Reservation Form

Ex: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Conditions for use:

  • No dogs/pets allowed on site at any time.
  • No alcohol.
  • No smoking allowed in any building.
  • Pick up and remove all trash from site and sweep meeting house.
  • Parking in front lot/field or rear field. Please use common sense when grounds are wet to prevent getting vehicles stuck and making ruts on the grounds.
  • No set-ups or parking on the cemetery side of the thru road as there are unmarked graves in that area.

Restroom fee:
$100 for use of the restrooms which will help cover costs for water, electricity, paper and cleaning products.

Cleaning/Damage deposit:
A $100 cleaning/damage deposit, which is fully refundable if you choose to do all of the cleaning of restrooms (see Expectations for Cleaning of Restrooms) and meet above conditions. Otherwise we will keep the cleaning deposit.

Please mail checks to:
Red River Meeting House & Cemetery, Inc.
% Richard Moore
2459 Trimble Rd.
Adairville, KY 42202



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2017 Schochoh Christmas Parade / Christmas Service

Join us at the Schochoh Christmas parade. We will be dressed in 18th century clothing to represent the time period of the great revival that occurred at Red River Meetinghouse. Parade participants will meet at 1:00 p.m. and parade is at 2:00 p.m.. At 4:00 p.m. please join us for a candlelight Christmas service at the meetinghouse. Light refreshments will be served following the service.

68th Annual Red River Meeting House Association Meeting

The Red River Meeting House Association meets on the grounds for their annual business meeting. A potluck dinner begins at 1:00 pm and is followed by a church service and business meeting. If you are there, you are considered a member.

Speaker to be announced.

22th Annual Primitive Camp Meeting and Rendezvous

Save the Date!

In 1996 this event was started with a vision to inform the public of the 1800 revival and to hopefully plant a seed for a new awakening in people's hearts. It still remains the main historical reenacting event at Red River and the largest. Our living history event includes people camping on the grounds in canvas tents much like they would have in 1800, cooking over open fires and dressing in the same manner.

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