Editor's Choice Events for Kentucky
Somerset, Southern-Style Fish Fry cooking class (7/24): Nothing beats the summer heat, good friends, and the freshest catch! Chef Mete Sergin will be cooking up a Southern-Style Fish Fry at our next A Taste of Kentucky cooking class on Tuesday, July 24, fr
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Alvaton, Roaring Down the River (7/21): Join us for the 4th Annual Roaring down the River Canoe and Kayak Race sponsored by the Smiths Grove Lions Club!
Berea, Youre a Good Man Charlie Brown (7/20 - 7/22): Charles Schulz’s beloved comic comes to life in Clark Gesner’s classic musical, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
Bowling Green, D1 Season Kickoff Workout and Meet and Greet (7/28): All youth signing up for WCYFL are invited to a football themed workout and meet and greet at D1 on July 28th from 10-12. Call Bailey Pitts at 270-392-3300 to reserve a spot today!
Bowling Green, DSSKY Parents Night Out (7/27): Not just a Mom’s night out or a Dad’s night out, but BOTH parents. Let’s enjoy a game without having to take the kiddos to the playground.
Bowling Green, End of Summer Pool Party (7/29): Join us for one final bash before school starts! Pizza, snacks, and drinks will be provided on the pool deck.
Bowling Green, Learn Tarot the FUN Way with Patty (7/28): This is a two hour highly instructional class of learning the Tarot by reading the pictures on the Rider-Waite-Smith cards.
Bowling Green, Learning the Language of Dogs (7/21): Join your Dog's Day Out trainers to learn about canine communication. We will discuss and demonstrate how dogs communicate with each other and with you.
Bowling Green, Louis to LeMans: The History of Chevrolet Racing (6/16 - 1/1): Beginning in June, the Museum’s Exhibit Hall will once again be transformed to feature a special themed display. For a period of about seven months, that theme is Chevrolet racing history.
Bowling Green, Of Wood and Clay (8/3): “Benjamin and Laura Beth Fox-Ezell create together out of their home in Auburn, KY.
Bowling Green, Open House Event for Bikers Against Bullies (7/29): Make plans now for July 29th! We want to invite everyone to come out and enjoy a fun evening of custom motorcycles, prizes, music and fun while helping to support Bikers Against Bullies USA.
Bowling Green, Phantom of the Universe free public Planetarium show (7/29): Evidence suggests that dark matter makes up 85 percent of the total mass of the universe, yet has so far been detected only through its gravitational effects on cosmic objects that can be seen.
Bowling Green, Rye Davis “First Listen” (7/20): Rye will be having a “First Listen” show at the Phoenix theater in Bowling Green KY in celebration of the upcoming album.
Bowling Green, Street Car Takeover Bowling Green (8/3): You will be able to camp at the track Friday and Saturday night at no extra charge. You must buy a two day spectator and or racer pass though Friday when you come through the gates
Campbellsburg, The Frog Adventure Race (8/4): Trek, paddle, & bike in this 12 hour Adventure Race. Green River has some legit singletrack biking, and of course the beautiful Green River Lake.
Covington, Gloria Dei Golf Outing (7/29): Join us for a fun afternoon of golf, followed by a potluck dinner at church. All golfers welcome!
Covington, Local Summer Showcase (7/21): Please join us on July 21st at Madison Live!. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Covington, Pint Your Way to A Cure (7/21): Join us on Saturday, July 21st and $1 per every Braxton Storm will go to the Northern Kentucky Walk to Defeat ALS and our fight against ALS!
Covington, Unlock the Block Music Fest (7/21): Unlock the Block is a pop up music festival to activate community vibrancy and potential.
Crofton, Clayton Q 2018 Tour (Dawg Days Festival) (8/4): Nashville Music Row Recording Artist Clayton Quisenberry returns to Western KY for the annual Dawg Days Festival, in support of the Crofton KY Fire Dept. Special Guest performances.
Danville, Soul of 2nd Street Festival (8/4): Commemorating our community's historic African-America business district that was once centered on Second Street in downtown Danville.
East Bernstadt, Mud Run (8/4): Mud Run
Elizabethtown, Cruisin the Heartland (7/27 - 7/28): What do you get when you mix beautiful collector cars, sock hops, and live music that embodies the essence of the 50's and 60's? The answer: Cruisin' The Heartland!
Elizabethtown, Karaoke Night at BBT (7/29): This is quickly becoming one of the favorite nights down at BBT
Elizabethtown, New Song Summer Tour (7/27): New Song, a special music ministry of Geneva College, will tour the USA for four weeks this summer, sharing the gospel as they raise their voices in harmonious melody.
Elizabethtown, Seussical! (7/13 - 7/21): Seussical! presented by Youth Theatre of Hardin County
Flemingsburg, Joshua Teegarden Memorial 5K Run/Walk (7/28): Join us as we Move for Mission and support the Joshua Teegarden Memorial Scholarship fund at Johnson University. Josh Teegarden was tragically killed on the mission field in the summer of 2004
Florence, NKBMA Jam Night at Willis (7/27): Main stage open Mic fun, back room jamming, bring your acoustic instrument or just come out to listen to locals performing bluegrass/americana music. $2 donation at the door appreciated
Florence, Wine Tasting Party & 4-Count Hustle Group Class (7/20): Who doesn't love wine?!?!?! Bring a bottle of your favorite wine to share and join us for a fun night of dancing while sipping on some good wine at the Ritz Ballroom Dance Studio!
Frankfort, 34th Annual Kentucky Archives Institute (7/20): The 34th annual Kentucky Archives Institute is scheduled for July 20, 2018, at the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, 300 Coffee Tree Road, Frankfort.
Frankfort, Valhalla Academy Rank Evals (7/29): Rank evaluations for Valhalla Academy members. Affiliates and guests welcome. Ranking only for Valhalla Academy members and affiliates.
Georgetown, Christmas in July Ornament Party (7/28): Christmas is almost here! Ok, well, it will be here before we know it. Beat the rush and start your decorating projects now.
Georgetown, Dog Days of Summer (7/28): The Scott County Arts Consortium will be hosting the Dog Days of Summer, a community based, pet-friendly, family event, on July 28, 2018...
Georgetown, Ice Cream Social (7/29): Come enjoy ice cream with us - homemade ice cream will be available!
Georgetown, Paper Piecing Block of the Month (7/21): Please bring your sewing machine and basic sewing supplies including a rotary cutter, scissors, pins, a quilters ruler and thread to match your project.
Georgetown, Party on the Square (7/21): Sit back in a lawn chair or relax on a blanket and enjoy live performances from some of the hottest central Kentucky bands!
Glasgow, The Marcus King Band (8/3): Songwriter. Guitarist. Singer. Bandleader. At only 21 years of age, Marcus King’s dazzling musical ability is evident throughout The Marcus King Band.
Hardin, Kenlake Cruise-In (7/28): Bring your ride down to Kenlake State Resort Park next to the Tennis Center. There’ll be Valve Cover Racing, Door/Cash Prizes, Kid’s Choice Awards, Long Haul Award, and Goody Bags!
Henderson, Adult Artist Retreat (7/20): Attention all artists! Please join us at the John James Audubon Museum for our monthly adult artist retreat.
Henderson, Appalachian Craft Fair (8/4): Since 1921 Red Bird Mission has been a nonprofit organization helping in the rural, poverty-stricken region of southeastern Kentucky...
Henderson, Kentucky Downs Preview Day (8/5): Join us at Ellis Park for live racing on Sunday, August 5th for a full race card featuring the The Kentucky Downs Preview Calumet Farm Turf Cup
Henderson, V-Show Day at Ellis Park (8/3): Join us as Louisville's ESPN 680-AM broadcasts its V-Show Fast Break Friday live from Ellis Park, 11am-2pm Central
Independence, Lammas Sabat Celebration (7/28): Join us to celebrate the sabat of Lammas with an informal ritual, a meal (bring a side dish to share with 10 and a season related craft.
Independence, Sunday Fair Events (7/22): Please join us on July 22nd at Kenton County Fair. Looking forward to seeing you there!
La Grange, YMCA Oldham County Days Festival 5K (7/20): The popular Oldham County YMCA Festival 5K will be held on Friday, July 20th. Race into the evening through the heart of La Grange, with Oldham County Day festivities on Main Street after the race!
Leitchfield, Freedom 5K Run & Walk (7/21): Join Grayson County 4-H for the annual Freedom 5K at the Ronald Hudson Fire Department in Leitchfield.
Lexington, All Them Witches (7/21): Heavy, heady and hypnotic, All Them Witches concoct a powerful and potent psychedelic sound that fuses bluesy soul, Southern swagger and thunderous hard rock.
Lexington, Avery Glenn Crabtree Live! @Malabu Pub (7/28): Come join Don Parker, Scottie McClease, Matthew Polashek and myself at Malabu Pub in Lexington! This will be our 1st time doing a show there, so come join us!
Lexington, Baptism Service (7/22): We will hold a baptism service Sunday, July 22 in both services. If you are interested in getting baptized, please see Pastor Tolle or Pastor MJ.
Lexington, Belly Dancing Basics (7/21): Join the experts from Mecca Live Studio to explore the basics for belly dance: posture, hip work, basic torso isolation, arms, basic dance steps and introduction to finger cymbals. A
Lexington, BFA Summer Luau 2018 (7/20): Join us on July 20th from 6-9 PM for our annual Luau! There will be:
Lexington, Camp Lyric 2018 (6/9 - 7/28): For six years, The Lyric has been proud to present our free Lyric Summer Youth Programming, teaching students confidence through creative education.
Lexington, Courageous Leadership Seminar (7/28): If you answered “No,” now is the time to take steps to reach your leadership potential, and the Courageous Leadership Training Workshop led by Scott Hobart is the way to tap that potential.
Lexington, Downunder Horsemanship – 2018 Walkabout Tour (7/28 - 7/29): He shares the ultimate goal of horsemanship with his personal horses and explains the training process, right from the start, by working with local problem horses.
Lexington, Erin Rae (7/22): Growing up in Jackson, Tennessee, Erin Rae got an early introduction to folk music at home.
Lexington, Go Home Safe Seminar Part 1 (8/4): The ladies only go home safe... self-defense seminar series is applicable for women who have never done any type of fighting or defense as well as the experienced woman with prior training.
Lexington, Grand Opening (8/5): Yes!!! We are opening and you are invited to the GRAND OPENING!!!! SAVE THE DATE!!!
Lexington, Graveyard Romeos (7/21): Hailing from Lexington, KY, Graveyard Romeos is the premier metal band in the area.
Lexington, Helena Handbasket Drag Brunch (8/5): Join us for another fabulous Drag Brunch at Soundbar with the Hostess with the mostess Anthony Wayne Smallwood AKA Helena Handbasket.
Lexington, Hi-5 Returns to Rock Banners once again! (8/4): Hi-5 can't wait to ROCK Banners once again! Great food and drinks, cool venue and more GOOD TIMES!! Ryan, Kyle and the staff always make us feel welcome!
Lexington, Jake Ellis @ Austin City Saloon (7/28): Jake Ellis returns to the most famous stage in Lexington Ky at Austin City Saloon for a night of great Country music!!
Lexington, Jazz on the Porch (7/29): Blue Groove Jazz will be performing on July 29 at the “Jazz on the Porch” series at Talon Winery presented by The Jazz Arts Foundation of Lexington.
Lexington, July Meeting: Socialist Party of Central Kentucky (7/21): Monthly meeting of the Socialist Party of Central Kentucky. We will discuss how to better organize against ICE and support ongoing occupations of ICE facilities, and determine the future of our local.
Lexington, Lost Dog Street Band (7/22): Lost Dog Street Band was created in the winter of 2010 after a long and bitterly cold trek on foot to Tennessee.
Lexington, Makers Market (Fifth Event) (7/28): Please join us on July 28th at Lexington Makers Market. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Lexington, Man o War Run for Big Red (7/21): Run or walk a 5K or 10K around the grounds of the beautiful Kentucky Horse Park and help us celebrate the legendary racehorse Man o' War, as well as our 40th anniversary!
Lexington, MDA Muscle Walk of Lexington (8/4): Muscle Walk gives us the opportunity to unite around a cause that binds us together and celebrate all the stars in our lives who make this journey possible.
Lexington, MoonDance Handing Over the Key Ceremony (7/27): One of the items that I am most excited about out for our community is the transfer of ownership from the Haymaker Foundation of the Moondance Amphitheater to the city.
Lexington, Mrs. Kentucky Annual Workshop (7/28): Mrs. Kentucky Annual Workshop is now scheduled for Saturday, July 28 at Miss Priss in Lexington Kentucky....10 AM - 4 PM!
Lexington, Refuse to be a Victim Seminar (7/21): The single most important step toward ensuring your own safety is having a personal safety strategy in place before you need it.
Lexington, RYVOLI (7/27): RYVOLI is an aspiring Indie/Folk duo from Lexington, KY.
Lexington, Senior Health Fair (7/20): The Lexington Senior Center Participant's Council is hosting a Senior Health Fair!
Lexington, Smooth Hound Smith (7/20): Smooth Hound Smith is a foot stompin' American roots duo comprised of "One-Man-Band" Zack Smith (guitars/vocals/foot drums/harmonicas) and Caitlin Doyle (vocals/percussion).
Lexington, Summer Picnic (7/20): The TCA Summer Picnic/New England Style Clam Bake is the highlight event of the Summer. Member tickets on sale now.
Lexington, Sylmar (7/21): Sylmar is an indie-rock, stoner-jazz,dream-rock, quintet based in Cincinnati.
Lexington, Taylor Dye at Twisted Cork (7/20): I’m excited to be back home playing some shows this weekend! Come hang out with me and the gang at Twisted Cork on Friday, July 20th!
Lexington, The BOTA Gala (7/21): This year The Beasts of the Arts Foundation is excited to introduce ourselves to our communities, our leaders, and the people we are dedicated to serve.
Louisville, 2018 A Taste of Independents (7/22): You are invited to spend a lovely summer afternoon with us as we celebrate the talent and diversity of Louisville’s Independent Restaurants.
Louisville, 5th Annual Kentuckiana G.I. Joe Toy Expo (7/28): Cotswold Collectibles is SUPER excited to announce that we will be attending the Fifth Annual Kentuckiana G.I. Joe Toy Expo next year in Louisville, Kentucky!
Louisville, Alzheimer’s Support Group for Caregivers (7/20): If you’re caring for a loved one with memory loss, we understand that you could use some time for yourself. We invite you to join us to refocus and revitalize during our Alzheimer’s Support Group.
Louisville, American Dream Vendor Show (7/21): #ChatMakeupwithCD is honored to be a vendor at the 2018 American Dream event being held at the Kentucky Expos Center. Come by and see us!!!!
Louisville, BAFOL Bears Art Showcase (7/28): Please join us on July 28th at Chestnut Street Family YMCA. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Louisville, BAFOL BEARS PC LAB AND LIBRARY (7/17 - 6/28): The Computer Lab & Library volunteers will work one-on-one with students (ages 13-17 yrs.) that is on the higher functioning side of Autism, to help them learn and practice specific skills such as M
Louisville, Beth Bombara (7/28): With 2017’s MAP & NO DIRECTION, Bombara's songs take aim at a larger audience with melodic hooks that showcase a love not only for roots-rock, but the irresistible punch of classic pop, too.
Louisville, Bourbon Straights at Gerstles! (7/28): Bourbon Straights is back Gerstle's Join us for a great night of live music with the whole crew of Bourbon Straights!
Louisville, Chakra Healing Workshop (7/28): A Reiki infused healing event with Chakrasong, dance, meditation and Shamanic Power Animal Retrieval
Louisville, CKY (8/4): Once upon a time, CKY burned it all down, with a raucous, anarchic, hard rock sound soaked in the skate-punk culture that birthed them and a hard-partying lifestyle onstage and off that decimated rela
Louisville, CR Sizzlin’ Summer Cook-out (7/28): Join us for our 2nd annual summer cook-out and bonfire. We will provide hamburgers and hotdogs and we ask that you bring a side dish or your favorite drink.
Louisville, Dead Fest 2018 (7/28 - 7/29): The last weekend each July, we host a two day, all local music festival featuring the best in Metal, Punk, and Rock 'n Roll from Louisville, Ky.
Louisville, Double Down (7/29): Double Down is Rainer Hoyer on Guitar, Percussion, and Vocals and Bill Bench on Guitar, Mandolin, Percussion, Harmonica and Vocals.
Louisville, Dr. Ed Morgan/Kiwanis Grand Slam 4 Miler (7/28): The Bats are paying homage to the Louisville Colonels and featuring classic jerseys, free Pee Wee Reese replica statue to the first 2,000 fans and $5 select draft & import beers from 5:00 PM until the
Louisville, Gypsy Stone Kings (7/22): Gypsy Stone Kings will surprise you with what we play. Our cover tunes aren't your typical bar band rock tunes.
Louisville, HDSA Movie Night (7/27): On Friday, July 27th we will be hosting our first ever movie night at the Clifton Center! This community event is free for all so don’t miss out!
Louisville, Hot Mix Performing Live Bluegrass (7/22): Lively bluegrass, $8 BBQ buffet (including smoked brisket!), $2 shots of Jim Beam, $3 shots of Makers Mark, $4 shots of Knob Creek, and $5 Amaretto Sours with Old Grand Dad 114!
Louisville, Jaggapolooza 7 (7/21): Jaggapolooza 7 is on July 21st at Air Devils Inn in Louisville, KY.
Louisville, July Comedy Night featuring Melissa Doran (7/28): Lou Tang Clan & Mac's Dough House are happy to present our second comedy showcase featuring Melissa Doran, Patrick Passafiume, Danny Hucks & Greg Simms.
Louisville, Made Market (7/21): Made Market is a local market featuring incredible makers within this area.
Louisville, Motherfolk (7/27): Motherfolk, a band that started in 2013, is certainly one of those most unique and dynamic acts.
Louisville, Murder By Death (7/20): Murder by Death (formed in 2000) is an American indie-rock and alternative country outfit who rose to prominence following their debut album “Like the Exorcist But More Breakdancing” – hailing from Bl
Louisville, NuLu Summer Luau (7/21): Get lei'd in Nulu! Wear your brightest, cheesiest Hawaiian shirts, grass skirts, etc. and join us for the second annual Nulu Summer Luau!
Louisville, Pelican (7/29): After four years of silence, instrumental metal standard bearers Pelican have come thundering back, with Forever Becoming, an eight-song album destined to be considered one of the most punishingly rew
Louisville, Platinum Enterprise Presents (7/20): Platinum Enterprise will be filming a documentary that once completed will be presented at a film festival in New York.
Louisville, Popsicles with Police (7/27): Come chat with your neighbors and police officers with a cool popsicle at Cocoberry's!
Louisville, Pottery Barn Pop-Up (7/28): Stop by Pottery Barn in Mall St Matthews for all your plant needs! Bloomed Roots will be set up with you favorite succulent & cacti, along with all your plant essentials.
Louisville, Puppy Yoga (7/29): Hip-Hip Hooray!!! Puppy Yoga is here at Supreme Peace Yoga and Wellness! It's puppies and yoga. What more could you ask for?!?! Oh you want to take a puppy home?!?!
Louisville, Pygkids Take Over Ky Kingdom (8/3): If we can get 15 or more kids it will be 35 per person at group rates to get in.Let's spend the day together hanging out get to make some new friends.
Louisville, Soul Cleanse Summer Festival (7/28): Take the day to deepen your yoga practice (or start one!) make new friends, grow our yoga community and manifest your highest potential.
Louisville, Third Street Dive (7/28): Join us for a night!! Great drink specials!! A shot of Jim Beam and a beer for five bucks!!
Louisville, Weekend Warriors (7/28): Come join the Young Professionals of Urban League as we volunteer our time to help assist the residents of Georgetown Manor Nursing Home. We will host our LULYP Bingo with the residents!
Madisonville, 14th Annual PAC Challenge (7/28): This year all riders will begin with a mass start at 8 am from Madisonville Skate Park at 109 West Sugg Street in downtown Madisonville, KY.
Madisonville, Friday Night Live Summer Concert Series (7/20): Join us from 6 pm until 10 pm in downtown Madisonville for vendors, food, beer garden, and a motorcycle show by the Dixie Flyers Motorcycle Club, plus a FREE concert featuring Colter Wall with special
Newport, Goettafest 2018 Country Stage (8/5): Right Turn Clyde - Country - Bluegrass - Classic and Southern Rock - Top 40 Songs and One Hit Wonders - Novelty Songs like Battle Of New Orleans. You do NOT want to miss this show.
Newport, Model Behavior Rocks Gliers Goettafest! (8/5): Come join Model Behavior at Newport on the Levee to celebrate all things goetta! Goetta food, goetta games, goetta life, and of course thousands of the finest people you will ever meet.
Nicholasville, 5K for Amaya J. (7/28): Please join us at the 5K for Amaya J. Run/Walk to show your support for Amaya Jones in her continued cancer care in fighting leukemia.
Nicholasville, The Camp Out PNO (7/21): This PNO (Parent's Night Out) is going to have a camping theme. Participants can expect focus, discipline, martial arts, tents, camping activities, science projects, crafts and more!
Nicholasville, Unspoken (8/3): But it’s not a word born of the smooth, soul-edged pop sound they’ve built of skilled musicianship, adventurous production and complex vocal harmonies.
Nicholasville, Unspoken, Carrollton, Rory Comtois & Hush Harbor (8/3): Join us for a night of music featuring Unspoken and Carrollton. This is going to be an amazing night with these amazing artists. The night will also feature worship with Rory Comtois.
Paducah, A Midsummer Nights Beam (7/29): Join us for a summer soiree in the historic Smedley Yeiser and experience Paducah LIFE like never before.
Paducah, Fly Me to the Moon (6/15 - 9/4): When the Apollo astronauts went to the moon, the whole world watched. When the Fly Me to the Moon art quilt challenge went out, it went global.
Paducah, KY Conceal Carry Course (7/21): If you have been wanting to get your concealed carry permit, this is the class you need.
Paducah, Leaf Patterns: Barbara J. Schneider (5/25 - 7/24): The Japanese concept of Wabi-Sabi, finding beauty in things that are imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete is at the core of all of my art work.
Paducah, Lose the Fear Lose the Weight (7/21): This life changing workshop will expose excess weight as excess energy, attachments, resentments and fear.
Paducah, MAKErland: Superheroes (7/28): If you love MAKEing crafts with your family but hate sweeping up glitter or cleaning up glue, this is the land you’ve been searching for!
Paducah, NERF War! (7/20): Nerf Gun War! We are hosting an event exclusive for nerf gun wars! On Friday, July 20, event starts at 6pm and goes until 8pm.
Paducah, Practical Fundamentals - Rifle (7/21): This is a one-day version of our Practical Fundamentals Rifle program. The program is designed to push the carbine shooter to the next level.
Paducah, Themed Trivia: Seinfeld (7/29): Join us for for this special themed trivia all about the beloved show, Seinfeld! Play solo or bring your friends.
Paducah, Totally 80’s! Totally Murder! (7/28): If you’ve never been to one of our murder mystery dinners, you are missing out! Get your tickets early because our murder mystery dinners always sell out!!
Paducah, Troutts Summer Open House (8/3 - 8/4): Join us for our Annual Summer Open House!! We will have lots of great tasty heirloom Summer veggies for you to try! We will be sharing some delicious recipes as well! Be sure to check out all our *NEW
Perryville, Snappin Chaplin Turtle Derby (7/27 - 7/28): Main Street Perryville is having the third annual Snappin' Chaplin Turtle Derby on July 28, 2018.
Prestonsburg, BKMC Burn Run Weekend (7/27 - 7/28): BKMC 2018 Burn Run is a 2 day festival like event for the Shriner Burn Camp, Camp Ytiliba.
Prestonsburg, Canoe the Big Sandy (7/21): Enjoy a guided interpretive canoe trip on the Big Sandy. $25 per person includes canoe, oar, life jacket, box lunch, and a natural and historical interpretation.
Richmond, Anything But Sue live @RBH (7/21): Anything but Sue started out as a Johnny Cash cover band in Lexington, KY, but have been writing and performing original garage rock and Americana in the years since.
Richmond, Kevin Cruise at Chenault (7/21): Live music with a good food menu and good wine! Please come check out this lovely setting.
Richmond, MTG Pauper Tournament (7/28): Come in on July 28th, at 1pm for a MTG Pauper event! We will be using the Magic The Gathering Online ban list.
Richmond, Ribbon Cutting: NECCO (7/20): Join us on Friday, July 20th from 12pm-1:pm at the Richmond Chamber of Commerce as we celebrate NECCO with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony! A light lunch will be served.
Richmond, Touch-A-Truck (8/4): Touch-A-Truck with Kids Zone, Concessions, and Vendors!
Shepherdsville, Hope for Rising Stars Masquerade ball (8/4): The athletic spirit is a powerful thing. They strive to achieve their full potential, elevate their sport and inspire others.
Smiths Grove, Tie-Dye Fun (7/21): Bring your own t-shirt and have fun tie-dyeing and celebrating music of the 1960's!
Somerset, Southern-Style Fish Fry cooking class (7/24): Nothing beats the summer heat, good friends, and the freshest catch! Chef Mete Sergin will be cooking up a Southern-Style Fish Fry at our next A Taste of Kentucky cooking class on Tuesday, July 24, fr
Stanton, Stanton Corn Festival (8/3 - 8/5): The Powell County Corn Festival will be held in a beautiful mountain setting in the quaint little town of Stanton, Kentucky on August 3 to 5.
Versailles, The Farm to Table Experience (7/28): In the second of our 2018 Best of Kentucky Summer Dinner Series, we introduce you to a beautiful farm-to-table experience at the Woodford Reserve Distillery.