The Public Trails Association of Grayson County, KY and Grayson County Tourism will celebrate National Trails Day on Saturday, June 2 and are currently seeking vendors to rent booths at the event.

The day will start and end at the Logsdon Valley Park amphitheater.

The free event will be held at the Taylor Fork Trail in Logsdon Valley Park on June 2, starting at 8 a.m. with a 1.5-mile group hike and rock hunt. Children of all ages and well-behaved, leashed pets are welcome, and participants will have the opportunity to search for unique hand-painted treasures and special "prize rocks."

Additionally, from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., there will be various family activities, including bouncy houses, face painting, and crafts.

Then, at 9 a.m., Jerry and Jennifer Snyder, of Elizabethtown, will hold an Introduction to Bird Watching seminar, followed by a Trail Construction Clinic, led by Vince Carman, President of the Kentucky Mountain Bike Association Lincoln Trails, at 9:30 a.m., according to Grayson County Tourism Executive Director Anya Turpin.

Binoculars and cameras are encouraged for the Introduction to Bird Watching. This activity is recommended for older children and adults, and participants are asked to not bring dogs as they may alert the birds.

Comfortable attire and work gloves are suggested for the Trail Construction Clinic. Tools will be provided.

Lastly, at 1 p.m., the Take Note Choir and American Legion will hold a free patriotic performance/tribute.

Turpin said event organizers are currently looking for people to host free booths at the event. Businesses, churches, civic groups, and clubs are welcome to host a booth. Booth hosts are asked to offer either an activity, refreshment, or prize.

Anyone interested in doing so is encouraged to contact Turpin either by phone at 270-259-2735 or email at info@visitgrayson.com.