The Center for Rural Development

The Center for Rural Development


The Center for Rural Development
2292 South Highway 27 Suite 300
Somerset, KY
United States

This state-of-the-art performing arts and convention facility, features the largest exhibition hall between Lexington and Knoxville. The Center has enabled hundreds of thousands of people in the region to gather for an array of diverse events and celebrations. Cultural events reflecting the spirit of Appalachia as well as the heartbeat of the nation have provided an engaging mix of entertainment for people in the region who previously had to travel to much larger metropolitan areas for such high quality performances.

The Center for Rural Development strives to be on the leading edge of technology as work toward our mission of providing leadership that stimulates innovative and sustainable economic development solutions and a better way of life for the citizens serve.

To that end are actively pursuing an engaging, interactive new design for—the flagship website of our nonprofit organization—to bring it up to speed with today's top Web capabilities.

(606) 677-6000
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