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Things to Do in Lexington, Kentucky: The Week Of April 20-26, 2018

It's Friday! Here is another list of some events happening in the coming week in Lexington, Kentucky. There's a little something for everyone, and some of these events are bound to keep you entertained! #sharethelex #lexingtonky #kentucky #travelky #travel #visitlex

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It’s Friday! Here is another list of some events happening in the coming week in Lexington, Kentucky. There’s a little something for everyone, and some of these events are bound to keep you entertained!

Things to Do in Lexington, Kentucky: The Week of April 20-26, 2018:

Friday, April 20, 2018

  • 8:30am: In My View, An International Children’s Art Exhibition at The Living Arts and Science Center (art/kid friendly): The theme of the exhibition, IN MY VIEW, was to encourage children to look outside their own windows and throughout their community to create artwork and share with us a view of the people and places in their own part of the world. Students could also consider IN MY VIEW as an opportunity to share their own point of view and opinions about a local, regional or global issue or topic. IN MY VIEW will include artwork from 8 to 14 year old children in China, India, Cuba, Ireland, England, and Honduras and will be exhibited within the Living Arts & Science Center’s new Children’s Art Gallery. The artwork is offered for sale and will remain on exhibition from March 15 through May 26, 2018. (Recurring daily until May 26).
  • 4pm: Teacher Happy Hour at Barre Lex (fitness/health/wellness/free): Throughout the year, teachers give and give. You give your time, your energy, your EVERYTHING to your students. We would like to give back to you by hosting a free Barre Happy Hour every Thursday until Spring Break!! Thank you for making such a difference in our community!! (Recurring Thursdays at 4pm until April 26).
  • 4:30pm: Friday Night Live Auditions at Whitaker Bank Ballpark (audition): We are seeking local artist to perform during #FridayNightLive events at games during the season. See details: HERE.
  • 5pm: Slide into spring (FINALLY!) with sliders at West Sixth Brewing (food): The food looks pretty delicious! You can see the menu: HERE.
  • 5:30pm: Docent Tour at 21c Museum Hotel Lexington (art/free): Explore the first multi-venue museum dedicated to the art of the 21st century in the nation. Grab a drink from Lockbox and allow the experts illuminate the secrets behind the works. Docent tours are available every Wednesday and Friday at 5:30pm. Free and open to the public. Meet in the lobby! (Recurring Wednesdays and Fridays).
  • 6pm: Bourbon Tastings at 21c Museum Hotel Lexington and Lockbox (bourbon): Through the month of April, we are having some good friends from local bourbon distilleries join us in the 21c lobby to welcome you to Bourbon country. Imbibe in a mini tasting of that liquid gold Friday or Saturday (or both!) from 6-8pm. More details: HERE(Also, on April 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27 at 6pm).
  • 6pm: Come meet Olivia Rink! at Draper James (shopping): Come meet Olivia Rink! She’ll be sharing her favorite Draper James looks and what she’ll be wearing for the Kentucky Derby!
  • 6pm: Lexington’s First Silent Disco Yoga Class at Lat Petite Delicat (fitness/health/wellness): Molly will take you through a 60 minute Vinyasa flow yoga class open to all levels. Wearing your own headphone during the class (even during inversions!), Molly’s playlist and her instructions will be piped into your ears. Headphones are known to help participants better focus on the class, blocking distracting noises. You get to adjust the sound on your individual headset that is provided. Don’t worry, the red, green, and purple lights streaming from the headsets will look like one big rainbow. More details: HERE and you can register: HERE.
  • 7pm: Steve Childers at AZUR (music): Live music!
  • 7pm: Team Trivia Friday at Broomwagon Coffee + Bikes (games): Free trivia with prizes to be won!
  • 7pm: Scapa Present Singin’ In The Rain at Lexington Opera House (performance): Singin’ in the Rain is packed full of the charm, romance, comedy and tinsel town glamour of one of the world’s best-loved movies. It tells the story of the first Hollywood musical, when the silver screen found its voice. Glorious songs, iconic dancing, and comedy bring the story – with the help of SCAPA Lafayette’s talented students and LIVE RAIN on the Opera House stage! With its joyous story and sumptuous set design and costumes, Singin’ in the Rain showers you with everything you could wish for in a hit musical. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7:15pm: Sam Morril at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): In 2011, Sam won The Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in Atlanta and was named one of Comedy Central’s “Comics to Watch.” More recently, Sam has been seen on Comedy Central’s Adam Devine’sHouse Party, “Conan” on on TBS twice, and is a regular on Fox News’ “Red Eye.” Tickets available: HERE(Also, on April 20 at 7:15pm and 9:45pm and April 21 at 7:15pm and 9:45pm).
  • 8pm: Jangling Sparrows at The Break Room at Pepper (music): Edgy and misty, from a holler to a whisper. Edelman’s lyrics, song crafting, vocals, technical proficiency and raw performances are truly a special marriage of musical ingenuity.
  • 8pm: And It Stoned Me: A Van Morrison Tribute at The Burl (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 8pm: RHB I Want My 80s Beer Prom at Rock House Brewing (party): Whether you remember dayglo everything, shoulder pads, parachute pants, leg warmers, Swatch watches, scrunchies, claw bangs, mullets, and copious amounts of Aquanet fondly or simply want to gawk at and make fun of people that do, join us for our 80s Beer Prom! Breakdance and drink the night away with us. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE.
  • 8pm: Big Easy Fridays at Creaux (music): A combination of live jazz, funk, and blues played every Friday night is the perfect ending to your week. Come be part of the most vibrant crowd of Friday nights in downtown Lexington! (Recurring Fridays)
  • 8pm: Ghost Walk of Lexington (outdoors): Join Patti Starr, Certified Ghost Hunter of 40 years, as she takes you on a most unforgettable ghost walk around Gratz Park. Her tales will include hauntings from a murder, curse, and other macabre happenings while entertaining you with intriguing history. More details: HERE(Recurring – Dates: March – December; every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night Rain or Shine) No ghost walk if temp falls below 40 degrees so please check before attending).
  • 9:45pm: Sam Morril at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): In 2011, Sam won The Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in Atlanta and was named one of Comedy Central’s “Comics to Watch.” More recently, Sam has been seen on Comedy Central’s Adam Devine’sHouse Party, “Conan” on on TBS twice, and is a regular on Fox News’ “Red Eye.” Tickets available: HERE(Also, on April 20 at 7:15pm and 9:45pm and April 21 at 7:15pm and 9:45pm).

 

 

Saturday, April 21, 2018

  • 8:30am: In My View, An International Children’s Art Exhibition at The Living Arts and Science Center (art/kid friendly): The theme of the exhibition, IN MY VIEW, was to encourage children to look outside their own windows and throughout their community to create artwork and share with us a view of the people and places in their own part of the world. Students could also consider IN MY VIEW as an opportunity to share their own point of view and opinions about a local, regional or global issue or topic. IN MY VIEW will include artwork from 8 to 14 year old children in China, India, Cuba, Ireland, England, and Honduras and will be exhibited within the Living Arts & Science Center’s new Children’s Art Gallery. The artwork is offered for sale and will remain on exhibition from March 15 through May 26, 2018. (Recurring daily until May 26).
  • 8:30am Tour Keeneland Race Course (outdoors/kid friendly/horses): For guests interested in learning the history of Keeneland and an overview of operations for both racing and sales, guided walking tours are available. This outside walking tour with an experienced Tour Guide takes guests through the Keeneland Paddock and Grandstand, grounds, and when available, to the world-renowned Sales Pavilion. Following the trackside tour, fans are invited to visit the Keeneland Library, one of the world’s largest repositories of information related to the Thoroughbred. Price $10. (Recurring weekly on Tuesdays and Saturdays).
  • 9am: Liquor Barn Bourbon Extravaganza at Liquor Barn – Hamburg (alcohol): Liquor Barn’s Bourbon Extravaganza will feature Pappy Van Winkle raffles, sips, snacks, and music with over 15 of our finest Kentucky Proud labels! Tickets go on sale at 8:00 AM on April 19th and must be purchased online through Eventbrite! Tickets will not be for sale at the event. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 10am: The 2018 Julep Shindig at Keeneland (food/alcohol): BRUNCH, BOURBON, & BLUEGRASS at Keeneland! Join us on Saturday, April 21st at 10 AM for the 2018 Julep Shindig at the Keeneland Sales Pavilion! More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE.
  • 11am: Wildflower Hike with Julian Campbell at Boone Creek Outdoors (outdoors): This is a moderate hike with elevation change and some scrambling. Feet may get wet! More details: HERE.
  • 11am: 20th Anniversary Block Party at Talley’s BBQ (food): Come celebrate 20 years with us!!
  • 12pm: Car Smash at Jacobson Park (cause): Come join us for our first annual car smash to raise awareness about Military Sexual Trauma (MST) a form of PTSD which affects both men and women. MST is a contributing factor for homelessness. Help us Smash Vehicles with sledgehammers, bats or even spray paint the car with graffiti. Everyone is welcome. Face painting, rock painting, cookout, demonstrations regarding personal protection. Admission is free. $1 per swing, discount swing tickets are available. Minimum age to participate in car smash is 18, please provide proof of age with valid ID. All proceeds support the renovation for the Trapp Transitional Home for Veteran Woman and their children.
  • 12pm: Butchering and Knife Skills – Sponsored by Big Zeke Steaks at Bluegrass EGGhead Club (food/workshop): Tom McFarland, owner of BigZekeSteaks.com, will be discussing BEEF – He will help us understand Butchering Basics and the Different Cuts of Beef and how they are best Prepared. You will also learn about the Process of Dry Aging Meat and why your taste buds will thank you! More details: HERE.
  • 1pm: Dogfish Head Record Store Day at The Beer Trappe (alcohol): Come celebrate Record Store Day with us with some special beers from our good friends at Dogfish Head! We will have glassware and other numerous items to give away along with the following beers on tap:
  • 1pm: Explore Meditation with Carly: Workshop at Wildfire Yoga (health/fitness/class/workshop): Looking for inner peace and clarity? Want to tap into your own heart and feel more alive? Meditation offers us all of these gifts and more. Yet, many people struggle with finding the right meditation practice and often abandon the journey. Bring your questions, previous meditation techniques from a variety of traditions so you’re bound to find a practice that meets you where you are in your journey of inner stillness. More details: HERE.
  • 1pm: Arbor Day Tree Planting at The Arboretum (outdoors): Come help us plant this year’s Arbor Day Tree! We will plant this year’s Arbor Day tree, a cucumber magnolia (Magnolia acuminata) with a special black flower, in the Kentucky Children’s Garden.
  • 2pm: Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach Jr. at the Lexington Children’s Theatre (performance): James Henry Trotter was the saddest and loneliest little boy you could find – at least until one day when a mysterious stranger appeared, a potion was brewed, and a gigantic peach sprang up in his own backyard! Now James is off on a wacky adventure with five of the best insect friends anyone could wish for. You won’t want to miss this toe-tapping musical based on Roald Dahl’s classic story of a boy, a peach, and a journey to find home. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE(Also, on April 21 at 7pm and April 22 at 2pm).
  • 2pm: Spring is for the Birds! Guided Bird Walk at The Arborteum (outdoors): Hike around The Arboretum to count and record birds you see. Bring binoculars, smart phones and dress for the weather. More details: HERE.
  • 2pm: West Sixth Brewing Tour and Tasting (alcohol/free): We offer FREE hour long tours of our brewery and production system on Saturdays at 2pm and 4pm and Sundays at 2pm. Register HERE up to 2 hours before the tour, or at the tap room after that. Right now, tours include samples of our flagship beers, and an opportunity to learn about West Sixth Brewing and the brewing process in general. Tours are free, and they’re usually run by one of the owners of the brewery, or one of our long-term employees. (Recurring).
  • 2:30pm: Legacy Trail & Earth Day Celebration at West Sixth Brewing (party): Come celebrate the opening of the Legacy Trail connector behind our home, the Bread Box! We’re celebrating the day with our bike-loving friends at Broke Spoke Community Bike Shop with demos, kids activities, beer & ice cream. Bike on down, grab a beer, and enjoy the new access to the Legacy Trail! More details: HERE.
  • 3pm: Craft Brew Hop #1 with Stone Fence Tours: The Lexington craft beer scene has grown exponentially over the last few years. Even though each of these breweries has their own ambience, style and specialties they share a passion for beer making and a desire to contribute to the local community. We are showcasing the best of the breweries on our Craft Brew Hops #1 and #2. We will pick you and your friends up at a local hotel or Lexington Visitor Center for an afternoon of beer in the Brewgrass. Each Craft Brew Hop will include a tour of a brewery and a question and answer session with the brew masters/owners. This is your chance to find out about the craft brewery business. Hop #1 will take you to 3 local breweries; 1) West 6th Brewing, 2) Rooster Brewing, and 3) Ethereal Brewing. At each 45-minute stop we will provide 1 flight of beer for your choosing. Price: $60 (includes 1 flight of beer of your choice at each location) tour of brewery and discussion with owner/brew master. Hop is approximately 3 hours. Food is not included. Tickets available: HERE.  (Also on April 21 and 28 at 3pm).
  • 4pm: Teacher Happy Hour at Barre Lex (fitness/health/wellness/free): Throughout the year, teachers give and give. You give your time, your energy, your EVERYTHING to your students. We would like to give back to you by hosting a free Barre Happy Hour every Thursday until Spring Break!! Thank you for making such a difference in our community!! (Recurring Thursdays at 4pm until April 26)
  • 4pm: West Sixth Brewing Tour and Tasting (alcohol/free): We offer FREE hour long tours of our brewery and production system on Saturdays at 2pm and 4pm and Sundays at 2pm. Register HERE up to 2 hours before the tour, or at the tap room after that. Right now, tours include samples of our flagship beers, and an opportunity to learn about West Sixth Brewing and the brewing process in general. Tours are free, and they’re usually run by one of the owners of the brewery, or one of our long-term employees. (Recurring
  • 5pm: Live Art with Six Bomb Boards at Pivot Brewing (art): Live Art at Pivot Brewing Returns!!! Join us and Six Bomb Boards on April 21st. All artists welcome to join as we spend the evening focused on art, art and more art. Not an artist…just come watch and drink. Food truck on site (Babz Bistro – Food truck) and art available for purchase.
  • 6pm: Eliza Sayers at The Summit at Fritz Farm (music): FREE! Find me in the green space between Warby Parker and Shake Shack!
  • 6pm: Yanantin – Art Exhibition by Madison Heltzel at Source on High (art): Please join us for an exhibition of paintings by Lexington artist Madison Heltzel hosted by Source On High. Madison’s artwork explores the relationship between natural processes and human intervention. The exhibit will feature paintings from her recent artist residency with the Arquetopia Foundation in Peru as well as retrospective work. Live music will be performed by cellist Seth Murphy and light refreshments will be served. Admission is free.
  • 6pm: Bourbon Tastings at 21c Museum Hotel Lexington and Lockbox (bourbon): Through the month of April, we are having some good friends from local bourbon distilleries join us in the 21c lobby to welcome you to Bourbon country. Imbibe in a mini tasting of that liquid gold Friday or Saturday (or both!) from 6-8pm. More details: HERE(Also, on April 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27 at 6pm)
  • 6:30pm: Double Dog Dare at the Pasta Garage (music): Come enjoy the best pasta in town with Double Dog Dare’s happy mix of old time, Cajun, and original tunes. Dogs welcome on the patio!
  • 6:35pm: Halfway to Halloween with the Lexington Legends at Whitaker Bank Ballpark (sports): Dress up in your favorite costume and watch the team take on Hagerstown Suns at 7:05pm. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: Trivia Night at Good Foods (games): Join us Saturday nights in our cafe as we host a battle of the brains. Bring your team, enjoy some food and grab a beer for this family-friendly trivia night where the winners take home the glory AND the swag. (Recurring Saturdays)
  • 7pm: Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach Jr. at the Lexington Children’s Theatre (performance): James Henry Trotter was the saddest and loneliest little boy you could find – at least until one day when a mysterious stranger appeared, a potion was brewed, and a gigantic peach sprang up in his own backyard! Now James is off on a wacky adventure with five of the best insect friends anyone could wish for. You won’t want to miss this toe-tapping musical based on Roald Dahl’s classic story of a boy, a peach, and a journey to find home. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE(Also, on April 21 at 7pm and April 22 at 2pm).
  • 7pm: An Inspired Evening honoring Ouita Michel at UK Art Museum (art/fundraiser): Art doesn’t happen without inspiration and to that end, we are honoring Ouita Michel. Ouita has nurtured and fed other chefs and entrepreneurs, and has a long history with the visual arts in Lexington. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: Scapa Present Singin’ In The Rain at Lexington Opera House (performance): Singin’ in the Rain is packed full of the charm, romance, comedy and tinsel town glamour of one of the world’s best-loved movies. It tells the story of the first Hollywood musical, when the silver screen found its voice. Glorious songs, iconic dancing, and comedy bring the story – with the help of SCAPA Lafayette’s talented students and LIVE RAIN on the Opera House stage! With its joyous story and sumptuous set design and costumes, Singin’ in the Rain showers you with everything you could wish for in a hit musical. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7:15pm: Sam Morril at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): In 2011, Sam won The Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in Atlanta and was named one of Comedy Central’s “Comics to Watch.” More recently, Sam has been seen on Comedy Central’s Adam Devine’sHouse Party, “Conan” on on TBS twice, and is a regular on Fox News’ “Red Eye.” Tickets available: HERE(Also, on April 20 at 7:15pm and 9:45pm and April 21 at 7:15pm and 9:45pm).
  • 8pm: Ghost Walk of Lexington (outdoors): Join Patti Starr, Certified Ghost Hunter of 40 years, as she takes you on a most unforgettable ghost walk around Gratz Park. Her tales will include hauntings from a murder, curse, and other macabre happenings while entertaining you with intriguing history. More details: HERE(Recurring – Dates: March – December; every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night Rain or Shine) No ghost walk if temp falls below 40 degrees so please check before attending).
  • 8pm: Byrd Law at Common Grounds Coffee House (music): Live music!
  • 9:45pm: Sam Morril at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): In 2011, Sam won The Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in Atlanta and was named one of Comedy Central’s “Comics to Watch.” More recently, Sam has been seen on Comedy Central’s Adam Devine’sHouse Party, “Conan” on on TBS twice, and is a regular on Fox News’ “Red Eye.” Tickets available: HERE(Also, on April 20 at 7:15pm and 9:45pm and April 21 at 7:15pm and 9:45pm).

 

Sunday, April 22, 2018

  • 8:30am: In My View, An International Children’s Art Exhibition at The Living Arts and Science Center (art/kid friendly): The theme of the exhibition, IN MY VIEW, was to encourage children to look outside their own windows and throughout their community to create artwork and share with us a view of the people and places in their own part of the world. Students could also consider IN MY VIEW as an opportunity to share their own point of view and opinions about a local, regional or global issue or topic. IN MY VIEW will include artwork from 8 to 14 year old children in China, India, Cuba, Ireland, England, and Honduras and will be exhibited within the Living Arts & Science Center’s new Children’s Art Gallery. The artwork is offered for sale and will remain on exhibition from March 15 through May 26, 2018. (Recurring daily until May 26).
  • 10am: Yoga With Art at 21c Museum Hotel (health/fitness/wellness): Find your inner peace at 21c Museum Hotel Lexington’s weekly Sunday yoga series. Perfect the art of oneness as you work through a variety of poses. Sessions are just $5 at the door and are led by certified yoga teachers from YOGA at The Massage Center in Dudley Square. Attendees should bring their own mat or towel and water and arrive early to ensure a spot because space is limited. (Recurring Sundays).
  • 11am: Willie’s Live Jazz Brunch at Willie’s Locally Known (music): The original Willie’s Live Jazz Brunch is one of the longest running musical traditions on the scene. Always a barn burner, in addition to an award winning southern style brunch, every Sunday morning some of Lexington’s finest players honor jazz greats like, Jimmy Smith, Nat King Cole, Herbie Hancock, Grant Green, Miles Davis, and John Coltrane in laid back sessions that will be sure to flip your family’s lid. Cats include: Lee Carroll, Gail Wynters, Raleigh Dailey, Bruce Lewis, Ben Lacy, Robert Frahm, Willie Eames, David Farris, Trip Bratton, Smith Donaldson, Danny Cecil, and many, many more! (Recurring Sundays until May 27).
  • 11am: Earth Day at HopCat (cause): For Earth Day, HopCat Lexington is teaming up with 11 different breweries to raise money for healthy, productive green space through SeedLeaf, the organization that takes our compost! This grassroots composter works to nourish communities by growing, cooking, sharing, and recycling food. Not only do they work with local area restaurants as ‘compost partners’ eliminating thousands of gallons of organic waste from Lexington’s waste stream, they also put this compost to good use in community area gardens! Seedleaf will be on-hand to answer questions and provide information for how you can get involved from 12pm to 2:00pm. Each pint sold from our Earth Day beer list will result in $1 being donated to Seedleaf.
  • 12:30pm: Military Day at the Races Presented by Marathon at Keeneland (horses): Military Day at the Races presented by Marathon recognizes the men and women who serve our country. All active-duty, reserve, veterans and military families receive FREE general admission with a military I.D., DD214, veteran I.D. or other form of Military I.D. at any pass gate. The Military Family Zone in the North Terrace will offer free food, live music and more from noon to 4 p.m. In honor of Month of the Military Child, Keeneland will have activities for children throughout the day.
  • 1:30pm: SCAPA Live! at Fayette Mall (performance): Come out to Fayette Mall by the grand piano (between the H&M and Cheesecake Factory entrances) and enjoy the many talents of our SCAPA Bluegrass students! Bring a lawn chair and settle in for an afternoon of entertainment…and don’t forget to invite your friends!
  • 2pm: Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach Jr. at the Lexington Children’s Theatre (performance): James Henry Trotter was the saddest and loneliest little boy you could find – at least until one day when a mysterious stranger appeared, a potion was brewed, and a gigantic peach sprang up in his own backyard! Now James is off on a wacky adventure with five of the best insect friends anyone could wish for. You won’t want to miss this toe-tapping musical based on Roald Dahl’s classic story of a boy, a peach, and a journey to find home. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE(Also, on April 21 at 7pm and April 22 at 2pm).
  • 3pm: Open Mediation at FIKA Vegan Cantina (health/wellness): Each session consists of two 20-minute guided meditation periods with a short reading and discussion of the practice in-between. Open to everyone regardless of whether you are a beginner or an experienced meditator. More details: HERE.
  • 4pm: AcoUstiKats 25th Anniversary Concert at Calvary Baptist Church (performance): The acoUstiKats are celebrating a whopping 25 years! Join us for a concert at Calvary Baptist Church as we welcome 70+ alumni for an evening of music and nostalgia shared by wildcats of all ages. $5 for students, $10 for adults.
  • 4pm: Teacher Happy Hour at Barre Lex (fitness/health/wellness/free): Throughout the year, teachers give and give. You give your time, your energy, your EVERYTHING to your students. We would like to give back to you by hosting a free Barre Happy Hour every Thursday until Spring Break!! Thank you for making such a difference in our community!! (Recurring Thursdays at 4pm until April 26).
  • 6pm: Earth Day: Vegetarian-Biodynamic Wine Dinner at middle fork kitchen bar (food): This is the last in our Sunday Supper Series until late summer! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: Crumzz Trivia Night at Crumzz (games): Trivia Night every Sunday! 7pm-9pm and 9pm-11pm if there is enough teams for a second round. Every week a different category! April 15th is Harry Potter! April 22nd is The OFFICE! APRIL 29th is Breaking Bad! May 6th is Walking Dead! May 13th is Friends Trivia! May 20th is Law and Order. May 27th is Simpsons! There is a prize every week! (Recurring Sundays until May 27).
  • 8pm: Ghost Walk of Lexington (outdoors): Join Patti Starr, Certified Ghost Hunter of 40 years, as she takes you on a most unforgettable ghost walk around Gratz Park. Her tales will include hauntings from a murder, curse, and other macabre happenings while entertaining you with intriguing history. More details: HERE(Recurring – Dates: March – December; every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night Rain or Shine) No ghost walk if temp falls below 40 degrees so please check before attending).

 

Monday, April 23, 2018

  • 8:30am: In My View, An International Children’s Art Exhibition at The Living Arts and Science Center (art/kid friendly): The theme of the exhibition, IN MY VIEW, was to encourage children to look outside their own windows and throughout their community to create artwork and share with us a view of the people and places in their own part of the world. Students could also consider IN MY VIEW as an opportunity to share their own point of view and opinions about a local, regional or global issue or topic. IN MY VIEW will include artwork from 8 to 14 year old children in China, India, Cuba, Ireland, England, and Honduras and will be exhibited within the Living Arts & Science Center’s new Children’s Art Gallery. The artwork is offered for sale and will remain on exhibition from March 15 through May 26, 2018. (Recurring daily until May 26).
  • 10am: Fashion Revolution Week 2018 at Lucia’s World Emporium (cause): Fashion Revolution Week is the #whomademyclothes campaign in April, which falls on the anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, which killed 1138 people and injured many more on April 24th, 2013. That is the day Fashion Revolution was born. They want to unite people and organisations to work together towards radically changing the way our clothes are sourced, produced and consumed, so that our clothing is made in a safe, clean and fair way. (From April 23-28 at 10am).
  • 11:30am: Bethany B YOGA at YOGA at The Massage Center in Dudley Square (health/fitness/wellness): Bethany’s teaching style reflects her passion to help as many people as possible reach their maximum potential. Each class is mindfully designed to be simultaneously challenging, nurturing, creative and intelligent. You can expect to sweat, laugh, and flow to an upbeat playlist In this moderately paced vinyasa style class. (Recurring Mondays until June 10)
  • 4pm: Teacher Happy Hour at Barre Lex (fitness/health/wellness/free): Throughout the year, teachers give and give. You give your time, your energy, your EVERYTHING to your students. We would like to give back to you by hosting a free Barre Happy Hour every Thursday until Spring Break!! Thank you for making such a difference in our community!! (Recurring Thursdays at 4pm until April 26).
  • 4pm: Cause an effect at #ChipotleMexicanGrill (cause/fundraiser): Giving back never tasted so good! Join Dress for Success Lexington from 4-8 next Monday, April 23rd at #ChipotleMexicanGrill on the University of Kentucky campus, mention or show this event, and Chipotle Mexican Grill will donate 50% of the proceeds from the evening to support the women we serve!
  • 6pm: Wine Class: Italy’s Interesting Reds at wine + market (class/alcohol): Italy is a land of lots, and lots, and lots of wine grape varieties. In fact, there are more native varieties cultivated in Italy than France, Spain and Greece combined! So, while we absolutely love Italy’s famous Chianti wines, we’re going to focus some lesser known, but equally delicious and intriguing red wines from across the country.  RSVP: HERE.
  • 6:30pm: Laughter Yoga at Centered (health/wellness/fitness): This will be the final Monday night Laughter Yoga class at Centered. It will be a community, donation based class. Pay only what you can afford, even if it’s only a smile. Bring a friend and share the amazing benefits of laughter! You will leave feeling less stressed and more joyful, all while improving your overall health!
  • 6:30pm: Bullet Jounaling & Brews at Pivot Brewing (art/crafts/class/workshop): In this class you will learn the fundamentals of Bullet Journaling. Favorite tools and tricks including information on the best notebooks, journals, writing utensils, as well as stamps, stickers and art supplies for your creative flare! We will discuss three different approaches to Bullet Journals and talk about customization, collections, and get our hands dirty with some sample layouts and spreads. Finally, we will provide participants with a journal and help you get started on your beautiful Bullet Journal! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: Every Monday is Pizza Night at Cru Food and Wine Bar (food): Buy a bottle of wine, and we’ll buy your pizza! Choose from any bottle of wine and any pizza from the menu (Recurring Mondays).
  • 7pm: WoodSongs Presents Chris Barron and Kim Richey at the Lyric Theater & Cultural Arts Center (music): CHRIS BARRON is the acclaimed Spin Doctors frontman. A four-album hot streak in the ’90s established them as a heavyweight of the era with 1991’s five-times-platinum Pocket Full of Kryptonite’ ruling the airwaves with hits “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong” and “Two Princes”. Barron is now a veteran approaching 50, living in a world changed beyond recognition, compelled to write the music that chronicles the here-and-now. His latest ‘Angels and One-Armed Jugglers’ is the the culmination of a lifetime’s craft and a record both contemporary and classic. KIM RICHEY is a legendary Nashville songcrafter. This two-time Grammy-nominated artist is a storyteller; a weaver of emotions and a tugger of heartstrings. Tender, poetic and aching with life’s truths, Kim’s songs transport you to her world, where words paint pictures and melodies touch the soul. After a nearly five year hiatus, Richey returns with her eighth studio album, ‘Edgeland’. The term “Edgeland” is defined as the lost zone between urban and rural environments, a concept which mimics Richey’s constant fluctuation between the rigid genre definitions of country and Americana music.
  • 7pm: Trivia Night at The Original Brooklyn Pizza (games): Trivia night! (Recurring Mondays).
  • 7pm: Trivia Monday at World of Beer (games): Stick around after Happy Hour and get your trivia on! Hosted every Monday by Local Trivia Action and your chance to win awesome prizes! (Recurring Mondays).
  • 7:30pm: Trivia Night at Mr. Brew’s Taphouse (games): Gift cards for top three teams! Nobody likes Mondays…unless they are full of beer, friends and trivia! (Recurring Mondays).
  • 8pm: Mindfulness Meditation at Centered (health/wellness/free): The Brick Sit House is a welcoming meditation community open to everyone. We’re dedicated to providing Lexington with a warm, secular environment in which to pursue modern mindfulness. What is modern mindfulness? After all, the word “mindfulness” is ubiquitous these days, promising everything from less stress to sexier abs and maybe even teleportation. We define mindfulness as concentration power, sensory clarity, and equanimity all working together. More information: HERE(Recurring Mondays). 
  • 9pm: Vinyl Night at Cosmic Charlie’s (music): Bring your own vinyl!

 

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

  • 8:30am: In My View, An International Children’s Art Exhibition at The Living Arts and Science Center (art/kid friendly): The theme of the exhibition, IN MY VIEW, was to encourage children to look outside their own windows and throughout their community to create artwork and share with us a view of the people and places in their own part of the world. Students could also consider IN MY VIEW as an opportunity to share their own point of view and opinions about a local, regional or global issue or topic. IN MY VIEW will include artwork from 8 to 14 year old children in China, India, Cuba, Ireland, England, and Honduras and will be exhibited within the Living Arts & Science Center’s new Children’s Art Gallery. The artwork is offered for sale and will remain on exhibition from March 15 through May 26, 2018. (Recurring daily until May 26).
  • 8:30am Tour Keeneland Race Course (outdoors/kid friendly/horses): For guests interested in learning the history of Keeneland and an overview of operations for both racing and sales, guided walking tours are available. This outside walking tour with an experienced Tour Guide takes guests through the Keeneland Paddock and Grandstand, grounds, and when available, to the world-renowned Sales Pavilion. Following the trackside tour, fans are invited to visit the Keeneland Library, one of the world’s largest repositories of information related to the Thoroughbred. Price $10. (Recurring weekly on Tuesdays and Saturdays).
  • 10am: Pre-K Art Day at The Living Arts & Science Center (art/crafts/kid friendly): Kids ages 3-5 years old, alongside their parent or caregiver, will investigate, dance, play and create during Pre-K Art Day at the LASC. Topics change weekly and integrate art and science into a fun hands-on experience. We may use glue, tape, scissors, markers, clay, crayons, paint, slime, dirt or other messes, dress accordingly. More details: HERE(Recurring Tuesdays).
  • 10am: Fashion Revolution Week 2018 at Lucia’s World Emporium (cause): Fashion Revolution Week is the #whomademyclothes campaign in April, which falls on the anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, which killed 1138 people and injured many more on April 24th, 2013. That is the day Fashion Revolution was born. They want to unite people and organisations to work together towards radically changing the way our clothes are sourced, produced and consumed, so that our clothing is made in a safe, clean and fair way. (From April 23-28 at 10am).
  • 2pm: Tea Tuesday at Waveland (food): Looking for something fun, unique and different to do with a friend or a group? Waveland State Historic site is serving tea every Tuesday! Tea is served at 2 p.m. in the mansion on fine china. All teas include a program, savory food, not to mention the delicious tea served by period dressed interpreters. Once you are finished with the tea enjoy a tour of the Waveland Mansion. A unique one-of-a-kind experience! Reservations are required. Call today to schedule your tea at Waveland! 859-272-3611. All Tea Prices: $30.00 per person. Credit Card is needed to secure your reservation. Any changes will need to be made by the Friday before your scheduled event. Gluten Free options available. $5.00 fee for gluten option. Must be requested at time of registration.
  • 4pm: Teacher Happy Hour at Barre Lex (fitness/health/wellness/free): Throughout the year, teachers give and give. You give your time, your energy, your EVERYTHING to your students. We would like to give back to you by hosting a free Barre Happy Hour every Thursday until Spring Break!! Thank you for making such a difference in our community!! (Recurring Thursdays at 4pm until April 26).
  • 6pm: BD’s Restaurant Night at bD’s Mongolian Grill (cause/fundraiser): We’ve got a fundraiser at BD’s Mongolian Grill on April 24th from 6-9pm! If we get at least 75 people in the door, BD’s will give us a percentage of ALL sales during that time (otherwise, we will get only tips we will have to share with employees!!!) Please invite your friends, family, coworkers, etc. so we can reach this goal. Side note: our officers will be grilling with swords, this is NOT an event to be missed!
  • 6pm: Acro Fitness at Source On High (fitness/health/wellness): Learn skills from partner and solo acrobatics as you grow stronger and more flexible. Get ready to feel the release of all your daily tension and the stretch of muscles previously neglected as your skills and strength grows. No partner needed. All levels welcome. No experience with Acro Yoga required. More information: HERE(Recurring Tuesdays).
  • 7pm: Trivia Night at Ethereal Brewing (games): Join us for Trivia Night!! Drink some tasty beer and prove to your friends that you actually DO know everything! (Recurring Tuesdays)
  • 7pm: Watercolor Tutorial / Make & Take at the NEW Daily Offerings Coffee Roastery & Cafe location (art/crafts):  Are you ready to paint!?!? Come out for a FREE Watercolor Make & Take the 24th. Learn how to paint a watercolor succulent & leave with a postcard, hand-painted by you.
  • 8pm: Anna Burch at The Burl (music): Live music!

 

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

  • 8:30am: In My View, An International Children’s Art Exhibition at The Living Arts and Science Center (art/kid friendly): The theme of the exhibition, IN MY VIEW, was to encourage children to look outside their own windows and throughout their community to create artwork and share with us a view of the people and places in their own part of the world. Students could also consider IN MY VIEW as an opportunity to share their own point of view and opinions about a local, regional or global issue or topic. IN MY VIEW will include artwork from 8 to 14 year old children in China, India, Cuba, Ireland, England, and Honduras and will be exhibited within the Living Arts & Science Center’s new Children’s Art Gallery. The artwork is offered for sale and will remain on exhibition from March 15 through May 26, 2018. (Recurring daily until May 26).
  • 10am: Fashion Revolution Week 2018 at Lucia’s World Emporium (cause): Fashion Revolution Week is the #whomademyclothes campaign in April, which falls on the anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, which killed 1138 people and injured many more on April 24th, 2013. That is the day Fashion Revolution was born. They want to unite people and organisations to work together towards radically changing the way our clothes are sourced, produced and consumed, so that our clothing is made in a safe, clean and fair way. (From April 23-28 at 10am).
  • 4pm: Wednesdays on Wax at Pivot Brewing (music): Dust off your old records or bring in your new ones and come share your musical taste with us. A record player will be here every Wednesday. Come bond with other vinyl lovers over drinks and good music. (Recurring Wednesdays).
  • 4pm: Whiskey Wednesdays at Minglewood (alcohol): Whiskey Wednesdays are back!! All bourbons and Whiskeys are $2 off all night, so sample away! (Recurring Wednesdays).
  • 4pm: Teacher Happy Hour at Barre Lex (fitness/health/wellness/free): Throughout the year, teachers give and give. You give your time, your energy, your EVERYTHING to your students. We would like to give back to you by hosting a free Barre Happy Hour every Thursday until Spring Break!! Thank you for making such a difference in our community!! (Recurring Thursdays at 4pm until April 26).
  • 5:30pm: Poetry Write-Ins at Brier Books (literature): Each week, we’ll gather in one of our workshop spaces to briefly discuss poetry and then get to writing. Weekly prompts will be provided. Bring a notebook or your preferred writing tool. (Recurring April 18 and April 25 at 5:30pm).
  • 5:30pm: Docent Tour at 21c Museum Hotel Lexington (art/free): Explore the first multi-venue museum dedicated to the art of the 21st century in the nation. Grab a drink from Lockbox and allow the experts illuminate the secrets behind the works. Docent tours are available every Wednesday and Friday at 5:30pm. Free and open to the public. Meet in the lobby! (Recurring Wednesdays and Fridays).
  • 5:30pm: Derby Cocktail Tasting and Bottle Signing with Chris Morris at Liquor Barn – Hamburg (alcohol): Join us for a Derby themed cocktail tasting and bottle signing with Woodford Reserve’s Master Distiller, Chris Morris! Get your 2018 Woodford Reserve Derby Bottle signed by Master Distiller Chris Morris and this year’s bottle artist! Enjoy samples of Derby inspired cocktails like the Old Forester Mint Julep and the Finlandia Vodka Lily.
  • 6pm: Celebrating Our First Year in Lexington at Ariat (shopping): Join us in celebrating our one-year anniversary at The Summit at Fritz Farm! Enjoy sips, light bites and the first 50 guests will receive a free swag bag. 10% of sales will be donated to the Secretariat Foundation.
  • 6pm: Art Inc. KY Artrepreneur Series: Legal Considerations at Community Ventures (class/workshop): Local attorney, Andrew Friedman of Friedman, Rosenwasser & Goldbaum, P.A will discuss the A, B, Cs of establishing a legally sound art-based business such as: Liability Protection, Intellectual Property Right Protection, Tax Considerations, Trade Names, Licenses and Permits, Website Terms and Conditions, Licensing Intellectual Property, Work for Hire, Employees and Independent Contractors, Avoiding personal liability. Course Fee: $20.00.
  • 6pm: Champagne and Savasana at SALA Studio (health/fitness/wellness): Join us for a FREE mid-week yoga class lead by sweet Sarah Montgomery. Wine immediately following Savasana. All levels welcome. Bring a mat and friend!
  • 6:30pm: Find Your Voice : Public Speaking Class (class/workshop): No matter your goals, we know you’re just the person for the job. That’s why we’ve partnered with Lexington language artist, Erin Ford, to help you Level Up your speaking skills! In this class, Erin will teach techniques to help you unlock the confidence to say what you need to say. We will cover the core concepts of effective public speaking, and even practice some fun fear-busters within a supportive group setting. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: Trivia Night at CRUST (games/kid friendly/free):  This show is unique, each Wednesday we will include pizza and cooking questions in a “Crust Culinary Question” section. (Recurring Wednesdays).
  • 7pm: Pub Trivia at Hopcat (games/kid friendly/free): Join everyone on Wednesdays at 8pm for Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia. Eat, drink and be smart. (Recurring Wednesdays).
  • 7pm: Trivia Night at The Barn (games): Join us in The Barn for brain busters, tasty treats & epic prizes! Every Wednesday night, get in on the action with trivia! Enjoy food from all your local favorites & drinks from the bar! Prizes will rotate between all the businesses in The Barn & each round of trivia will have one question where one person gets the chance for a swag grab! See y’all Wednesday nights at The Barn! (Recurring Wednesdays).
  • 7pm: Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School (performance): Attend the dark, witty, and Tony Award-winning tale of love, murder, and revenge. (Also, on April 26 at 7pm, April 27 at 7pm, April 28 at 2pm & 7pm, and April 29 at 2pm & 7pm).
  • 7:30pm: Beatles vs. Stones – A Musical Showdown at the Lexington Opera House (music): Tickets available: HERE.
  • 8pm: Karaoke at Bennigan’s on Richmond Road (music): Great Drink Specials and 1/2 Price Appetizers! (Recurring Wednesdays).
  • 8pm: As the Crow Flies at Manchester Music Hall (music): As The Crow Flies features Chris Robinson, Marcus King, Audley Freed, Adam MacDougall, Andy Hess, and Tony Leone performing The Black Crowes and more! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 8pm: Nicholas Jamerson / Grayson Jenkins / Wesley Smith at Willie’s Locally Known (music): Live music! Details: HERE and tickets available: HERE.
  • 8:30pm: Rose and Jim’s Comedy Night (comedy): Another fantastic comedy show at Rose and Jim’s! This night marks the return on Tony Kordenbrock! You don’t want to miss this show with an amazing lineup!
  • 9pm: Movie Night Featuring Eraserhead at Cosmic Charlie’s (movie): Movie Night Featuring Eraserhead at Cosmic Charlie’s

 

Thursday, April 26, 2018

  • 8:30am: In My View, An International Children’s Art Exhibition at The Living Arts and Science Center (art/kid friendly): The theme of the exhibition, IN MY VIEW, was to encourage children to look outside their own windows and throughout their community to create artwork and share with us a view of the people and places in their own part of the world. Students could also consider IN MY VIEW as an opportunity to share their own point of view and opinions about a local, regional or global issue or topic. IN MY VIEW will include artwork from 8 to 14 year old children in China, India, Cuba, Ireland, England, and Honduras and will be exhibited within the Living Arts & Science Center’s new Children’s Art Gallery. The artwork is offered for sale and will remain on exhibition from March 15 through May 26, 2018. (Recurring daily until May 26).
  • 10am: Fashion Revolution Week 2018 at Lucia’s World Emporium (cause): Fashion Revolution Week is the #whomademyclothes campaign in April, which falls on the anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, which killed 1138 people and injured many more on April 24th, 2013. That is the day Fashion Revolution was born. They want to unite people and organisations to work together towards radically changing the way our clothes are sourced, produced and consumed, so that our clothing is made in a safe, clean and fair way. (From April 23-28 at 10am).
  • 10am: Martine’s Pastries Grand Opening Open House Weekend (food): Join us for Grand Opening Weekend Thursday April 26th to Saturday April 28th. Open house style, choose your day, choose your event, we’ll have samples to try, product to buy and look forward to having you drop by!! Details: HERE. (Also, on April 27 at 8am and April 28 at 9am).
  • 3pm: Kentucky Home Barrel Bash at Mirror Twin Brewing (alcohol): Join us at Mirror Twin Brewing Co. on Thursday, April 26th and you can win one of the Bourbon barrels that this beer was aged in. We’ll host a pint night where you can buy a pint of one of our featured beers, keep the glass and be entered to win a Kentucky Home Bourbon Barrel! More details: HERE.
  • 4pm: Teacher Happy Hour at Barre Lex (fitness/health/wellness/free): Throughout the year, teachers give and give. You give your time, your energy, your EVERYTHING to your students. We would like to give back to you by hosting a free Barre Happy Hour every Thursday until Spring Break!! Thank you for making such a difference in our community!! (Recurring Thursdays at 4pm until April 26).
  • 4pm: Astral Tequila Tasting and Derby Giveaway at Liquor Barn – Beaumont (alcohol): Join us for an Astral Tequila tasting and enter yourself for the chance to win Derby access and a cocktail meet and greet with The World’s Most Interesting Man, Jonathon Goldsmith!
  • 5pm: Tuk Tuk Sri Lankan Bites Cocktail Pairing Dinner #3 (food): We’ll be pairing our cocktails from Vol #2 with some of Tuk Tuk’s amazing dishes—some familiar to those who’ve joined us before and some very new: new bao, a new vegan entree, and new cocktail pairings! We’ve had so much fun working with Tuk Tuk to explore exciting experiences with spirits, cocktails, and cuisine, and we promise this pairing menu will be the best of the three! Come see what all the hype is about and enjoy this opportunity for something unique to our town!
  • 5pm: Wild Turkey Tasting and Bottle Signing at Liquor Barn – Hamburg (alcohol): Join us for a tasting and bottle signing with Wild Turkey Master Distiller, Jimmy Russell! Talk bourbon with the best and enjoy samples of Wild Turkey Rare Breed,Russell’s Reserve and Wild Turkey KY Spirit.
  • 5:30pm: Wonder and Joy: Connecting Children to Nature at The Arboretum (kid friendly/outdoors): Join The Arboretum staff and community partners for our Cultivating Connection Workshop Series, to learn about the fascinating interconnectedness of the natural and human worlds. Preregistration is required, as workshop size is limited to 75 participants. Recommended for ages 2 to 8.
  • 6pm: Trivia Night at Whole Foods – The Summit at Fritz Farm (games/kid friendly/free): Join Local Trivia Action for free team trivia with prizes and fun. (Recurring Thursdays).
  • 6:30pm: Eiffel Tower (Painting) at Michael’s – Hamburg (art/crafts/class/workshop): In this 2-hour beginner class you will master classic painting techniques with step-by-step instructions demonstrated by your certified Grumbacher instructor to create this twinkling Eiffel Tower painting. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE.
  • 6:30pm: Barley, Barrels and Bluegrass Dinner at The Livery (food): This charity fundraising dinner will be held on Thursday, April 26, at the Livery in downtown Lexington. Founded in 1868, the Livery was the city’s largest stable for horses and carriages riding in and out of town. The evening includes a long-table dinner featuring a Kentucky Proud-curated menu from local celebrity chefs, music from local musicians, craft cocktails and local beer and wine. Ticket proceeds for the dinner will benefit Junior Achievement of the Bluegrass, the official charity of the 2018 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: Trivia Night at Brasabana (games): Live Trivia! $25 Gift Certificate for 1st place, 2nd & 3rd get $15 & $10! (Recurring Thursdays).
  • 7pm: Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School (performance): Attend the dark, witty, and Tony Award-winning tale of love, murder, and revenge. (Also, on April 26 at 7pm, April 27 at 7pm, April 28 at 2pm & 7pm, and April 29 at 2pm & 7pm)
  • 7pm: Chef Edward Lee at Joseph Beth-Booksellers (books): Edward Lee is coming to Joseph-Beth! He is the author of Smoke & Pickles; chef/owner of 610 Magnolia, MilkWood, and Whiskey Dry in Louisville, Kentucky; and culinary director of Succotash in National Harbor, Maryland, and Penn Quarter, Washington, DC. He appears frequently in print and on television, including earning an Emmy nomination for his role in the Emmy Award–winning series The Mind of a Chef.
  • 7pm: Steve Byrne at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): In just a few short years, Steve Byrne has risen through the ranks of the comedy world to become one of the industry’s most innovative and sought-after performers. With his high-energy, physical style of comedy, Byrne has evolved throughout the years into an extremely versatile entertainer that delivers on a day-to-day basis. Tickets available: HERE(Also, on April 27 at 7:15pm & 9:45pm and April 28 at 7:15pm & 9:45pm).
  • 7pm: Little Pink House at The Lyric Theater & Cultural Arts Center (film): This special screening will be followed by a panel discussion with Susette Kelo, Director: Courtney Balaker, Producer: Ted Balaker Institute for Justice, Vice President for Communications: John Kramer. Based on a true story, Little Pink House is about a small-town paramedic named Susette Kelo who leaves a bad marriage, and starts over in a new town. She buys a rundown cottage with a gorgeous water view. She fixes it up and paints it pink. Then she discovers powerful politicians want to bulldoze her blue-collar neighborhood for the benefit of a multi-billion dollar corporation. With the help of a young lawyer named Scott Bullock, Susette emerges as the reluctant leader of her neighbors in an epic battle that goes all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, inspires a nation, and helps millions of Americans protect their homes. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: Papadosio & Aqueous at Manchester Music Hall (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: Monthly Wine Tasting Dinners at Sutton’s Restaurant (food): The last Thursday of every month you can taste 4 different wine pairings with 4 courses we choose from outside our normal offerings. $50 per person.
  • 8pm: Trivia Night at Blue Stallion Brewing Company (games): Join us every Thursday at 8:00 for trivia with our awesome host, Katie! The top three winning teams take home gift cards, and a clever team name could snag a free appetizer from Dad’s Favorites Deli for you and your buddies! See you on Thursday! (Recurring Thursdays).
  • 8pm: The Weeks at The Burl (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 8pm: Trivia Night! at Blue Stallion Brewing Company (games): Join us every Thursday at 8:00 for trivia with our awesome host, Katie! The top three winning teams take home gift cards, and a clever team name could snag a free appetizer from Dad’s Favorites Deli for you and your buddies! See you on Thursday!
  • 9pm: Free Comedy Show at The Cork (comedy): This amazing lineup is all women!~ That’s right folks, and it will be headlined by none other than Leslie Battle! You don’t want to miss these women!! Lets hear it for XX in the house! And it will be the best show you will ever see at a drive thru liquor store.
  • 9pm: The Black Lillies at Willie’s Locally Known (music): The Black Lillies have never backed down from a challenge. Proudly independent since their formation, they are always pushing forward and evolving, letting the inspiration and music take focus. That drive has led them to become one of Americana’s biggest success stories: an internationally-renowned band of roots-rockers, armed with songs that blur the boundaries between folk, soul, red dirt country, blues and rock. Tickets available: HERE.

 

Have a good week, and be sure to share this post, so the word can get out about what’s going in Lexington this week!

 

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