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Things to Do in Lexington, Kentucky: The Week of February 24-March 2, 2018

February 23, 2018

Things to Do in Lexington, Kentucky: The Week of February 24-March 2, 2018

We’ve finally made it through another week! We’ve had our ups and downs, regarding weather this week. One day it was 80 degrees and then the next it was 50 degrees, and now it’s raining! Can spring get here now?

You know the drill… it’s Friday, so I’ve gathered some events happening in Lexington in the upcoming week!

Things to Do in Lexington, Kentucky: The Week of February 24-March 2, 2018:

 

Saturday, February 24, 2018

  • 5:15am: Body Back Bring a Friend Day at Fit4Mom Lexington (health/fitness): Want to see first-hand what the Body Back program is about? Join us for one of three FREE Body Back classes for a women-only workout, no kids, no excuses– just us working hard and cheering each other on! (Class also on Monday, February 19 at 8pm and Saturday, February 24 at 7am).
  • 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).
  • 8:30am: Yoga at the Museum at The Kentucky Horse Park (health/fitness/wellness): The Kentucky Horse Park’s International Museum of the Horse will present a new, free Yoga in the Museum series in 2018 with the partnership of Chelsey Reid of Red Horse Yoga in Georgetown, Ky., beginning January 25, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. These complimentary, hour-long community yoga classes will be held among the exhibits in the museum and will focus on grounding through breath and gentle movement in sequences that are welcoming to both beginner and experienced yogis. Participants should check in at the museum’s front desk upon arrival, and should bring a mat or towel, and water. (Recurring). 
  • 8:45am: Superhero Kid’s Yoga at SALA Studio (health/wellness/fitness/kid friendly): Kid’s Superhero Yoga is BACK! Are your superhero’s climbing the walls this winter? Do they need an outlet for their energy? Bring them to Superhero Yoga where we will focus on strength and building confidence. Class will be created for ages 5-10; however, siblings welcome. Dress your little as their fave caped crusader or real-life hero! Bring a mat and water bottle!
  • 9am: Tiny House Crafting at Cut and Paste Craft Studio (art/crafts): Have you ever wanted your own tiny house? One just perfect for a family of peg people, little ponies, shopkins, Lego creations and more? This house is 10 inches tall and 7 1/2 inches wide. The center of the house slides out like a drawer, making it great to store things in. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE.
  • 10am: Barre With Art at 21c Museum Hotel (health/wellness/fitness): S T R E T C H your horizons at 21c Museum Hotel Lexington’s weekly Saturday bare series. Flex those creative muscles as you work through a variety of barre poses in our contemporary art-filled spaces, then hit the bar at Lockbox for a mimosa. Sessions are just $10 at the door and are led by certified barre instructors from Elle Fitness featuring ElleBARRE. Class is 21+; Price includes mimosa. BYOM + cash only.
  • 10am: Yoga 101- Beginners Workshop at Love & Grace Yoga Studio (health/fitness/wellness): The Yoga 101 workshop is ideal for you if: You are new to yoga. Familiar with yoga but want to go deeper. Desire an in depth instruction of yoga poses. Want to know what a Christian yoga practice looks like. Each student will receive a pose breakdown manual to use during the workshop and take home. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 10am: Discovery Satuday + Family Workshops at The Living Arts & Science Center (art/crafts/class/kid friendly): Spend the day creating and discovering with friends and family during Discovery Saturday. Included with $4 admission. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE.
  • 11am: Balance & Brews | Nate’s on National & La Petite Delicat (health/wellness/fitness/food): Coffee & Yoga! Macarons & Yoga! We sold out our first event so sign up early to join us in our cozy yoga loft for practice and then chill with coffee, tea, and treats afterwards! Registration includes an hour of all levels yoga led by Kelli Janes Gabat and $5 towards any coffee or treat! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 11am: Happy Tails Craft and Storytime at Brier Books (literature/cause): Listen to a story by Randi Mvros, author of Maggie and the Summer Vacation Show-and-Tell, make a craft, and play with adoptable kittens. A percentage of book sales benefits Kentucky SAVE.
  • 12pm: Acrovinyasa with Madison – beginner friendly and by donation (health/wellness/fitness): An all-level, 2-hour workshop offered on a donation/free basis from 12pm – 2pm the last two Saturdays of each month. This entire flow covers 90 asanas (45yoga & 45 acro) and introduces a wide variety of postures and transitions, originating from both the yoga and acrobatic traditions. Every air asana moves seamlessly from one to the next creating a continuous sequence. Each class will cover about 10 postures, from earth to air. A partner is not required, but bring your friends for more fun! (Recurring Saturdays).
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • 4pm: Vine & Stone at Talon Winery (music): Live music!
  • 5:30pm: The Swells with Ellen Kearney at Bicycle Face (music): The Swells are excited to be joining Ellen Kearney for an evening of acoustic Jug Band tunes, pre-war blues and early jazz music at the Bicycle Face bike shop on Short street. Enjoy their rotating selection of micro brew beers while you soak up the tunes.
  • 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: Paper Moon at AZUR (music): Live music!
  • 7pm: Wags And Drags at Venues of The Grand Reserve (cause): Presented by The Imperial Court of Kentucky – a fellow 501c3 nonprofit organization, the 8th Annual Wags and Drags to benefit Scott County Humane Society is truly a show fit for a queen! Attire for this event is casual or cocktail. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7:15pm: Chris Porter at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Best known for his third place finish on the season 4 of Last Comic Standing, Chris Porter has been a touring comic since he was 23. Since the beginning Chris’ raw energy and unique perspective has distinguished him as one of the elite comics in the industry. Born and raised in Kansas City, Chris brings a true stand-up experience to his live shows. There are no sound cues, no puppets, and no catch phrases. Just gut wrenching laughter drawn from his own experience and observations. Chris can also be seen on his own “Comedy Central Presents” special and “Live at Gotham”. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7:30pm: Ronn Crowder and Friends at Backstretch Sports Bar & Grill (music): Live music! (Recurring Saturdays).
  • 7:30pm: Henvy V at the University of Kentucky Department of Theatre & Dance (performance): Young Henry ascends the throne and proves his worth as king through an ambitious invasion of France. Is he a self-absorbed twenty-something arguing with his father? Is he a shrewd negotiator of foreign and domestic affairs for the people of England? Shakespeare’s masterpiece depicts the horrors of war and the growing pains of a young royal. Purchase tickets: HERE(Performances also on February 25 at 2pm).
  • 7:30pm: Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play at Lucille C. Little Theater (art/free): Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play by Anne Washburn explores the apocalypse and the rebuilding of society through the lens of The Simpsons. All tickets are free and just need to be reserved! Performances are February 22-24 and March 1-3 at 7:30PM and March 4th at 2:00PM in Lucille C. Little Theater. Reserve your FREE tickets: HERE.
  • 8pm: Limestone Branch at Common Grounds (music): Live music!
  • 8pm: Don’t Tell Me Who Done It at Stagebox Theatre (art/comedy/theater): “Dont Tell Me Who Done It” is a murder mystery that tells the story of nine esteemed guests who are invited to stay the weekend in a quaint and scenic hotel. When the cook is found dead, June Dotson and Henry O’Neil, murder mystery fanatics, use their knowledge of classic literary techniques to piece together the clues left by a criminal mastermind.Purchase tickets: HERE(Performances from February 22-25 at 8pm and March 1-4 at 8pm).
  • 8pm: Songwriters Night at Willie’s Locally Known (music): Featuring the music of Fate McAfee (Murray, KY) Warren Byrom, and Darrin Hacquard.
  • 9pm: Dawg Yawp at The Burl (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 9pm: Whiskey Bear Live with Thirsty Boots (music): We’re excited to bring some of Lexington’s favorite artists for the launch of Whiskey Bear Live. Join us every Saturday, grab dinner from one of your favorite local restaurants, enjoy a drink with us and settle in for an evening full of great live music. Thirsty Boots is duo Robby Cosenza -snare + harmonica- (Horse Feathers, Vandaveer, These United States) and Josh Wright -guitar- (Beat Awfuls, Bear Medicine). Playing songs from the American Songbook (Lennon, Nash, CCR, Grateful Dead), this outfit breathes new life into the tunes with sweet and gritty vocal harmonies and expert musicianship.
  • 9:30pm: Women Artist’s Series at Minglewood (music): February is all about some incredible Women playing music!! We will be featuring local and regional artists from Nashville and Louisville. (Recurring Saturdays).
  • 9:45pm: Chris Porter at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Best known for his third place finish on the season 4 of Last Comic Standing, Chris Porter has been a touring comic since he was 23. Since the beginning Chris’ raw energy and unique perspective has distinguished him as one of the elite comics in the industry. Born and raised in Kansas City, Chris brings a true stand-up experience to his live shows. There are no sound cues, no puppets, and no catch phrases. Just gut wrenching laughter drawn from his own experience and observations. Chris can also be seen on his own “Comedy Central Presents” special and “Live at Gotham”. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 10pm: StarDevils – Rockabilly at Lynagh’s Irish Pub (music): The StarDevils; Widely regarded as one of the best bands in traditional style rockabilly with their savage Rockabilly and Hillbilly boppin’ sounds. Having received 5 star reviews from Black Cat Rockabilly and Rockabilly Hall of Fame (to name a few) the bands live shows and CD’s are a must for any fan of traditional original Rockabilly.

 

Sunday, February 25, 2018

  • 10am: 21c Yoga with Art – Patrice Keitt at the 21c Museum Hotel Lexington (fitness/health/wellness): This fun class will be in the Art Gallery! 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. Purchase tickets: HERE. (Recurring Sundays). 
  • 10am: Yoga at Free People Lexington (health/fitness/wellness): Free fitness class with Olivia Jones. Bring your own mat!
  • 11am: Dually Noted at Bear and the Butcher (music): Join us for a brunch jam, next Sunday, at Bear and the Butcher! We hear their new brunch menu is delicious! How can you pass up good food and good music? We will also have a special guest, Catey Coffield, performing a few tunes! Hope to see you all there!
  • 11am: Wedding Flower Showcase – Flower Power at Lúnasa Events (wedding): Getting Married?! Join us for FLOWER POWER! Wedding Flower Showcase! You’ll see Gorgeous Bridal Bouquets, Stunning Centerpieces, Incredible Ceremony Backdrops and more! PLUS We’re giving away $5,000 in FREE WEDDING FLOWERS!! *must pre-register and be in attendance to win Grand Prize. Book us at the event and get a free bridal bouquet, $250 value. RSVP: HERE.
  • 11am: LexBrunch with Small Batch, Derek Spencer, and Englishman (food/music/free/kid friendly): LexBrunch returns in 2018 at Limestone Hall! Happening quarterly, this FREE music/brunch event kicks off on Sunday February 25th. This event is free to attend and family friendly. Food and beverage available on site!.
  • 12pm: Ebony & Ivory at Shakespeare’s & Co – Hamburg Location (music): Come join us Sunday afternoon Feb 25th for brunch at Shakespeare’s & Co. Hamburg location, 1908 Bryant road in Lexington. The brunch is from 12-3pm. We will be performing ballads, love songs, Motown and more. Songs from the 50’s to modern day.
  • 12pm: Over and Above Festival at Ethereal Brewing (alcohol): Join us for Over and ABoVe, our big beer fest this month on the 25th at Noon! Each of the beers we’ll have available will be high gravity beers (meaning high alcohol) at 8% ABV or above. Tickets go on sale today! More details: HERE.
  • 1pm: Man Cave at Centered (wellness): Man Cave is for men who want to be challenged and want to challenge each other in being the greatest men they can be. Help yourself and other men to clarify direction and purpose; give your gifts fully to the world; to have integrity, to know what commitment is and to be trustable; to be clear and grounded; to be strong and consistent; to be whole; and to be aligned and at peace, inwardly and outwardly. (Also on March 25 at 1pm).
  • 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)
  • 2pm: Henvy V at the University of Kentucky Department of Theatre & Dance (performance): Young Henry ascends the throne and proves his worth as king through an ambitious invasion of France. Is he a self-absorbed twenty-something arguing with his father? Is he a shrewd negotiator of foreign and domestic affairs for the people of England? Shakespeare’s masterpiece depicts the horrors of war and the growing pains of a young royal. Purchase tickets: HERE.
  • 2pm: Winter Restore with Erica House at Creative Yoga (health/fitness/wellness): Life is about finding the balance. Winter is revered as a period of self-reflection and stillness found through going inwards. Calm and reset your entire body and mind as we hold passive poses longer to help facilitate this period of recovery. Slow down, breathe deeply and give yourself permission to just be. The magic of stillness will prepare you for the challenges ahead. Kate’s crystal singing bowls during savasana will hold space for staying present while encouraging you into deeper relaxation. You will leave feeling full and grounded, replenished and light. Participants are encouraged to bring blocks and straps if they have them; otherwise, props will be provided.
  • 2pm: Doug Brunk talks Kentucky Basketball at Joseph-Beth Booksellers (literature): Joe B. Hall, Jack “Goose” Givens, Rick Robey, and Kyle Macy–these names occupy a place of honor in Rupp Arena, home of the “greatest tradition in the history of college basketball.” The team and coaches who led the University of Kentucky Wildcats to their 94-88 victory over the Duke Blue Devils in the 1978 national championship game are legendary. Yet the full, behind-the-scenes story of this team’s incredible redemptive season has remained untold until now.
  • 2pm: The Star City Circus at The Burl (music/free): Live music!
  • 3:30pm: Humor Book Club at Brier Books (comedy): Do you enjoy a good laugh and appreciate well-crafted humor writing? If so, join group co-leaders Andrew Shaffer and Lisa Haneberg for a monthly book club meeting on Sundays from 3:30-4:30pm at Brier Books. Our first book is “The Epiphany Machine” by David Burr Gerrard. We’ll read humorous books from a variety of genres and authors. We hope to see you on February 25th at 3:30 pm at Brier Books to discuss “The Epiphany Machine.”
  • 8pm: Don’t Tell Me Who Done It at Stagebox Theatre (art/comedy/theater): “Dont Tell Me Who Done It” is a murder mystery that tells the story of nine esteemed guests who are invited to stay the weekend in a quaint and scenic hotel. When the cook is found dead, June Dotson and Henry O’Neil, murder mystery fanatics, use their knowledge of classic literary techniques to piece together the clues left by a criminal mastermind.Purchase tickets: HERE(Performances from February 22-25 at 8pm and March 1-4 at 8pm).
  • 8:30pm: Pallbearer / Ruby The Hatchet / Spotlights at Cosmic Charlie’s (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE

 

Monday, February 26, 2018

  • 11:30am: Bethany B YOGA at The Massage Center in Dudley Square (health/fitness): 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).
  • 3pm: Mission Monday at Blue Stallion with Floracliff Nature Sanctuary (cause): Join us for Mission Monday at Blue Stallion Brewing Company on February 26th. 10% of the sales that day will benefit Floracliff. We will have a few raffle items available as well as information about our Spring hike season.
  • 5pm: West Sixth Cerveza Can Launch at West Sixth Brewing (alcohol/party): Join us for the launch of the West Sixth Cerveza – our Mexican Lager – in six-pack cans!! Starting at 5PM, the cans will go on sale, with an awesome Cerveza can glass included in the purchase price! Smithtown Seafood will have some taco specials running as well to pair with your Cerveza pint!
  • 6pm: Beginners FREE Pool Clinic at Yesterday’s Billiards (games/free): Come Learn about the game and met some new friends. More information: HERE(Recurring Mondays)
  • 6pm: Forty Minutes to Glory at Brier Books (sports): In Forty Minutes to Glory, Doug Brunk presents an inside account of this celebrated squad and their championship season from summer pick-up games to the net-cutting ceremony in St. Louis. Brunk interviewed every surviving player, coach, and student manager from the 1977–1978 team and he shares unbelievable tales, such as how James Lee’s father talked him out of quitting. Brunk also reveals heart-wrenching moments, recounting the time when Jay Shidler traveled 150 miles to visit his seriously ill mother on the eve of the national semifinals game against Arkansas and how Scott Courts coped with his father’s death just days before the championship game against Duke.
  • 6pm: Michael Twardy at Lynagh’s Irish Pub (music): Live music!
  • 6pm: Stuarto’s In-Store, Hands-On Cooking Class at Stuarto’s Olive Oil Company (class/workshop): Late last year, we tested an in-store cooking class format at our Bowling Green location, with great success. We are pleased to announce that the initial two Lexington classes will feature Executive Chef James “Jake” Gaunce. Jake has an extensive cooking resume, having served as either the Executive or Sous Chef of the following well known eateries: Nick Ryan’s, Rossi’s, Murrays, the Danville Country Club and the Pasta Garage. There will be only eight cooking stations available per 2 person team at each class, so we anticipate that these will sell exceptionally fast (i.e. a total of 16 guests per evening). More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE.
  • 6:30pm: Laughter Yoga at Centered (health/wellness/fitness): Join us every Monday night for Laughter Yoga! 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! More details: HERE(Recurring Mondays).
  • 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: Trivia Night at Atomic Ramen (games/kid friendly/free): Join Atomic Ramen for Buy One, Get One Free Appetizers, plus chances to win cool prizes and  swag. They will feature the classics, some new games, and more! So beat the cold, eat good food, grab a drink from Whiskey Bear and join the family fun! (Recurring Mondays).
  • 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).
  • 7pm: Wandering Storytellers at Joseph-Beth Booksellers (art): Join us for a fun and entertaining evening with our featured teller Ray Mendenhall. Make is an evening by grabbing dinner in the Bistro beforehand. Open mic available for your story as well.
  • 7pm: Science of Lawn Care and Home Gardens at West Sixth Brewing (class/workshop): Brad Lee, Rick Durham, and Gregg Munshaw will each be giving a short talk on the topic of lawn care and home gardening. Talks include: “No P On My Lawn – Why I don’t and you shouldn’t either”, “Most home landscapes can be managed with a P free diet – some simple steps”, and “You don’t have to turn the turf under – green grass can be green.”
  • 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). 

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

  • 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).
  • 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.
  • 5:30pm: Vegetable Gardening Seminar: Early Spring Crops at Southern States Lexington Cooperative (workshop): We’ll be hosting a vegetable gardening seminar at the store. Horticultural Technician Carrie Spry, from the UK Cooperative Extension Service, will be here to discuss growing early spring crops. This event is perfect for those interesting in starting a backyard garden and need a little more information which varieties to plant for this area, when to plant, and how to maintain. There are limited seats available, so you must RSVP with the Cooperative Extension Service at 859-257-5582.
  • 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).
  • 6pm: Cosmic Arcade presents The Lab at Al’s Bar (games): Welcome to The Lab! The Lab is Lexington’s premiere fighting game monthly from Cosmic Arcade! We will supply all the systems, setups and everything you need to play, but feel free to bring a controller that you prefer to play with. Our goal is to bring players together, make new friends, and run the best organized fighting tournaments in Kentucky. Come out and get these hands!
  • 6:30pm: Bourbon Pairings Dinner – Coles 735 Main & Michter’s Distillery at Coles 735 Main (food/alcohol): A fabulous and intimate dining experience at Coles 735 Main, pairing the finest bourbons of Michter’s Distillery with a creative menu crafted by Chef de Cuisine Nate Voorhees. Gathering and hors d’oeuvres will begin at 6:30 p.m., and the four-course dinner will begin promptly at 7:00 for $75/person plus tax and gratuity. The following Michter’s products will be paired with Chef Voorhees’ unforgettable cuisine: Gathering and hors d’oeurvres – a bit of bubbly to cleanse the palates First course – Small Batch Rye Second course – Sour Mash Third course – 10 yr Bourbon Fourth course – Toasted Barrel Rye.
  • 6:30pm: Succulent Wreath Making Class at Seventh + Lime (workshop/class): Join Bailey Wynn of Bloomed Roots as she dives into the art of succulent wreath making and arranging! For this class you will get to learn all the basics and taking care of succulents/cacti. The arrangement will include a medium size wreath along with 4-5 succulents depending on your choice. She will cover the different types of succulents/cacti, how to water and care for the plants, how much sunlight is needed, and how to transplant them once they outgrow the pot! You will also being learning what to do during these cold winter months, the difference in soils, and even how to create your own soil! Once you’re done, your succulent wreath is yours to keep! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: Tyler Halsey at Willie’s Locally Known (music): Born and raised in eastern Kentucky, Tyler Halsey has been playing and writing his own music in the bluegrass for years. Specializing in country and southern rock, he can sing just about anything and will do his best to fulfill requests. Fluent in guitar and an experienced singer, Tyler can lead an acoustic show or a full band with confidence, professionalism, and energy. He encourages his original and cover bands to be dynamic, tight, and electric in their stage presence to entertain and establish a loyal following. His set list is never stale. He is always adding new songs and keeping it fresh but true to his roots. There is nothing Tyler loves more than seeing his crowd singing along, dancing, and just having a great time. Music is his passion. Come have a listen! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: Trivia Night at Ethereal Brewing (games): Come drink some beer and show off your smarts for trivia night!
  • 7pm: Journal Hand Lettering Event at The Roastery – 124 Malabu Drive (art/crafts/workshop/class): Join us for a fun night of hand lettering! Bring your girl friends, grab a cup of coffee, and create your own design on a Kraft journal. Emily Anne Riley will be sharing her story as well!
  • 7pm: Semi Charmed Mic In Love at Broomwagon Coffee + Bikes (comedy): LOVE IS IN THE AIR. Are you in love with LAUGHTER? Yes you are. So come on down to Semi Charmed Mic on Tuesdays this February. Come and do a 5-7 minute set of hilarious jokey-jokes you wrote all by yourself! Or just kick back in the chill environment of the mighty Broomwagon and enjoy a coffee or a beer and watch and laugh. It’s a good time.
  • 8pm: Tuesday Night Live Team Trivia at Bear & The Butcher (games): Live team trivia. Prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd place, and best team name. Bear & The Butcher is a new restaurant in Chevy Chase that specializes in sausages made from scratch on premises and street food. As well two fully stocked bars with an abundance of locally brewed beer (draft, cans, bottles). (Recurring Tuesdays).
  • 8pm: Jessica Lea Mayfield at The Burl (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 9pm: SPACE CAMP // Jon Dose // Brocktologist at Cosmic Charlie’s (music): Live music! Purchase tickets: HERE.

 

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

  • 11am: Impossible Burger Week at Alfalfa (food): Alfalfa is going to celebrate with an “Impossible Burger Week!” Each day we will have three to four different Impossible Burgers featuring fun, funky and international toppings. The most popular combinations will end up on our permanent menu, so make sure you let us know your favorites! More details: HERE(Also, on Thursday, March 1 at 11am; Friday, March 2 at 11am; and Saturday, March 3 at 5:30pm).
  • 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: Flight Nights: West Sixth Beer & Girl Scout Cookie Pairing at Lexington Beerworks (alcohol/food/class/workshop): Our annual beer & Girl Scout cookie pairing is back! Due to the incredible response so far, we’ll offer the beer and cookie pairing over 3 days – Wednesday February 28th through Friday March 2nd. This year we are thrilled to feature 4 delicious beers from our friends at West Sixth. $12 for the flight and cookies! More information: HERE(Class is also offered on Thursday, March 1 and Friday, March 2 both at 4pm).
  • 5pm: Well Traveled Band at Lynagh’s Irish Pub (music): Trio including Amber French-lead vocals, Bruce Jones-guitar and Lance Sorrels-percussion performing originals and cool covers of your favorite tunes.
  • 5pm: Josh Brown at the Tin Roof (music): Come out for a two hour show of country, rock, and originals. Featuring Mike Moore on lead guitar. No cover.
  • 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: CHEW Dinner | West African at Limestone Hall (food): Join us for the first CHEW event of 2018, we’re going GLOBAL! Chef “Sav” of Sav’s Grill & West African Cuisine will create a delicious three-course dinner inspired by traditonal West African cuisine, sourcing ingredients locally! Tickets include the three-course dinner, cocktails, non-alcoholic beverages, and more. Stay tuned for menu announcements. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 6pm: TOPS March Preview PARTY at The Living Arts & Science Center (party/networking): You Won’t Want to Miss… TOPS March “MEN’S” Issue Preview Party. Enjoy catering by Dupree Catering!
  • 6:30pm: Instant Pot 101 Class at Whole Foods (class/workshop): Don’t know where to begin using your Instant Pot? Or have you always wanted to get an Instant Pot but have zero motivation in learning how to begin? We have partnered with Chef Michele Dun, with Dunn In The Kitchen for an Instant Pot 101 Class! She will be teaching us all her tips and tricks to cooking with an Instant Pot! Michelle will walk us through her favorite meal, and all things to know about cooking with the Instant Pot. You will leave this class with your questions answered and recipes to share with your family! So wipe off the dust of your Instant Pot and join us for a fun night! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 6:30pm: Kids Art for Good – Canvas Painting Class at Crank & Boom Craft Ice Cream (art/crafts/food/class/workshop/kid friendly): Hosted by On The Move Art Studio, kids will be guided in a step-by-step painting lesson to complete a fun painting on a stretched canvas board to take home to cherish forever! $15 per child which includes canvas, paint, smock, painting supplies, guided lesson, ice cream scoop from Crank & Boom, and one-on-one instruction by Trisha Dailey, one of the founding artists of On The Move Art Studio, Artist Instructor at Pinot’s Pallete, and highly acclaimed Kentucky artist. Proceeds from this event benefit On The Move Art Studio, a nonprofit mobile art room that travels to low-income neighborhoods to host free arts classes for kids. 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/kid friendly/free): 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! (Recurring Wednesdays).
  • 7pm: Three Course Bourbon Dinner at Palmer’s Fresh Grill (food): Buffalo Trace Distillery presents it’s Master Distiller: Harlen Wheatley at Palmers! Enjoy a three course bourbon inspired meal paired with Buffalo Trace, Eagle Rare, Van Winkle Special Reserve, and a signature Wheatley vodka cocktail. Tickets are $65 and limited space is available. Call or drop by to order. 859-273-0103.
  • 7pm: Different People, Different Diets at Good Foods Co-op (class/workshop): In this lecture, Dr. Isaacs will review the work of such pioneers as Dr. Weston Price, who showed that traditional groups of humans thrived on many different types of diets; Dr. Francis Pottenger, who demonstrated the effect of nutrients on the nervous system; and Dr. William Donald Kelley, who synthesized the work of these researchers into a coherent plan of individualized dietary and supplement prescriptions. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: Easter Door Hangers at Cut and Paste Craft Studio (art/crafts/workshop/class): Dress up your front door this spring season with a bright, fun Easter-themed door hanger. Choose from a 22″ egg, bunny or cross. We will walk you through all the steps to customize your project to fit your decor. We have dozens of colors of paint, and all the tools to make chevrons, polka dots or even add a letter. Add a ribbon hanger to complete the project. More information: HERE and tickets available: HERE.
  • 8pm: Karaoke at Bennigan’s on Richmond Road (music): Great Drink Specials and 1/2 Price Appetizers! (Recurring Wednesdays).
  • 8pm: Galactic at The Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 9pm: Boogie T & Squnto Strike Back at Cosmic Charlie’s (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.

 

Thursday, March 1, 2018

  • 9:30am: Story Time at the Play Area at Fayette Mall (kid friendly): Story time is the first Thursday of every month at 9:30am at the Play Area located in Center Court. Guardians will need to supervise children during this time.
  • 11am: Impossible Burger Week at Alfalfa (food): Alfalfa is going to celebrate with an “Impossible Burger Week!” Each day we will have three to four different Impossible Burgers featuring fun, funky and international toppings. The most popular combinations will end up on our permanent menu, so make sure you let us know your favorites! More details: HERE(Also, on; Friday, March 2 at 11am; and Saturday, March 3 at 5:30pm).
  • 12pm: Glidden Hat KAL at ReBelle (arts/crafts/kid friendly): February’s shop knit along will be the Glidden Hat from Blue Sky Alpacas. Not only is this the perfect hat for those in-between season days that we have so many of, it is the perfect hat for a beginner wanting to get into hats. A quick, comfy knit on big needles, it is sure to be your favorite knit this season! (Recurring Thursdays). 
  • 4pm: Flight Nights: West Sixth Beer & Girl Scout Cookie Pairing at Lexington Beerworks (alcohol/food/class/workshop): Our annual beer & Girl Scout cookie pairing is back! Due to the incredible response so far, we’ll offer the beer and cookie pairing over 3 days – Wednesday February 28th through Friday March 2nd. This year we are thrilled to feature 4 delicious beers from our friends at West Sixth. $12 for the flight and cookies! More information: HERE(Class is also offered on Thursday, March 1 and Friday, March 2 both at 4pm).
  • 5pm: Yappy Hour at Pivot Brewing (cause): Every first Thursday of the month, Pivot Brewing is hosting a Yappy Hour to benefit the Lexington Humane Society. Bring your four-legged friends for some brewery fun. $2 from each flight sold will go to the LHS. We’ll be donating proceeds from sales that happen ALL NIGHT. Rico’s Empanadas is this month’s food truck and they will also be supporting the Humane Society. Eat and drink for a great cause! (Upcoming Yappy Hours will be on April 5 and May 3 both at 4pm).
  • 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).
  • 6pm: Discovery Night: Mammal Skull Mystery at The Living Arts & Science Center (art/kid friendly): Solve the Mammal Skull Mystery by investigating a variety of real mammal skulls from armadillos, beavers, horses, deer, badgers, and more with University of Kentucky Biology professor, Dr. James Krupa! Enjoy examining and touching real animal bones during this evening of comparative anatomy fun! Learn how animals have adapted to their ever changing habitats and what we can tell about their diets, predators, and prey by looking carefully beneath the surface! Tickets are $2.
  • 6:30pm: Beef & Brews Dinner: Kentucky Sourced Beef with Country Boy Beef at Bluegrass Regional Marketplace (food): A four course Kentucky-sourced beef dinner paired with Country Boy beer. Dinner prepared by Hayden’s Stockyard Eatery. Beef brought to you by Wolfe County’s JSW Farm The Chop Shop. Beer and ciders by Country Boy Brewing. Hosted at Bluegrass Regional Marketplace. Tickets are $55 per person. Purchase tickets: HERE.
  • 6:30pm: Party With A Purpose Vision Board Workshop! at the Lexington Herald Leader (workshop): Vision Board Party! Create clarity and watch your dreams manifest. Purchase tickets: HERE.
  • 7pm: Trivia Night at Brasabana (games): Live Trivia! $25 Gift Certificate for 1st place, 2nd & 3rd get $15 & $10! (Recurring Thursdays).
  • 7pm: The Marshall Tucker Band at Manchester Music Hall (music): Live performance! Purchase tickets: HERE.
  • 7pm: Why You Eat What You Eat at Joseph-Beth Booksellers (literature): Food is key to the survival of humans and provides pleasure along with sustenance. Our relationship with food is exceptionally complex and influenced by a host of external factors. In Why You Eat What You Eat, neuroscientist Rachel Herz reveals the surprising reasons we decide what (and how much) to eat.
  • 7pm: Maker’s Mark Tasting with Master Distiller, Greg Davis at Whiskey Bear (alcohol): Join the Whiskey Bear team and Master Distiller, Greg Davis, for a special tasting event. Greg will share more of Maker’s Mark history, its distilling process, and lead guests in a bourbon flight tasting that includes Maker’s Mark, Maker’s Mark 46, and Maker’s Mark Cask Strength. Purchase tickets: HERE.
  • 7:15pm: Tom Segura at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Actor/Comedian/Writer Tom Segura has quickly become one of Hollywood’s most in demand and highly regarded talents. He is best known for his two Netflix specials, Completely Normal (2014) and Mostly Stories (2016) of which Paste Magazine described him of, “…having a natural and capable storytelling ability, one that lifts his narratives out of average anecdote fare and plants them firmly in hilarious ground.” Purchase tickets: HERE(Also, shows on March 1 at 9:45pm, March 2 at 7:15 and 9:45pm, and March 3 at 7:15pm and 9:45pm).
  • 7:30pm: Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play at Lucille C. Little Theater (art/free): Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play by Anne Washburn explores the apocalypse and the rebuilding of society through the lens of The Simpsons. All tickets are free and just need to be reserved! Performances are February 22-24 and March 1-3 at 7:30PM and March 4th at 2:00PM in Lucille C. Little Theater. Reserve your FREE tickets: HERE.
  • 8pm: Trivia Night at The Video Saloon (games): First, second, and third place winners all receive monetary prizes! (Recurring Thursdays).
  • 8pm: Jersey Boys at the Lexington Opera House (performance): Go behind the music and inside the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons in the Tony Award®-winning true-life musical phenomenon, JERSEY BOYS. From the streets of New Jersey to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, this is the musical that’s just too good to be true. Purchase tickets: HERE.
  • 8pm: Don’t Tell Me Who Done It at Stagebox Theatre (art/comedy/theater): “Dont Tell Me Who Done It” is a murder mystery that tells the story of nine esteemed guests who are invited to stay the weekend in a quaint and scenic hotel. When the cook is found dead, June Dotson and Henry O’Neil, murder mystery fanatics, use their knowledge of classic literary techniques to piece together the clues left by a criminal mastermind.Purchase tickets: HERE(Performances from February 22-25 at 8pm and March 1-4 at 8pm).
  • 8:30pm: Erica Blinn at Willie’s Locally Known (music): Erica Blinn constructs American Rock songs one earnest melody at a time. She forces mid-western air through beat-up harmonicas and hammers out honest words that stretch and twist through her tunes. She bends the rules of the blues and knocks down the walls of pop music to create blue collar music that everyone can stand up for and be proud of. Purchase tickets: HERE.
  • 9pm: Big Something at Cosmic Charlie’s (music): A 6 piece powerhouse with a sound that is both unique and timeless, BIG Something fuses elements of rock, pop, funk, and improvisation to take listeners on a journey through a myriad of musical styles. It’s no secret why this group has quickly become one of the most exciting new bands to emerge from the Southeast. Soaring guitars, synths, horns and alluring vocal hooks rise to the top of their infectious collection of songs and represent a sound that has caught the ears of such revered Summer circuit stalwarts as Umphrey’s McGee, Galactic, moe., Robert Randolph, and even The B52s who have all tapped Big Something as direct support. Purchase tickets: HERE.
  • 9pm: Kyle Cook (of Matchbox Twenty) at The Burl (music): Live music! Purchase tickets: HERE.
  • 9pm: CASTELESS(cinci)/SWAMPHAWK/HOSTIK(cinci) at the Green Lantern Bar (music): Live music!
  • 9pm: Dirty Fuss and Sour Cream and The Vaticans at Al’s Bar (music): Live music!
  • 9pm: Al’s Block Party at Al’s Bar (party): Come to Al’s Bar of Lexington every first Friday after The Night Market for drinks, bands, DJs and food. (Other dates: April 6, May, June 1, July 6, August 3, September 7, October 5, November 2, and December 7).
  • 9:45pm: Tom Segura at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Actor/Comedian/Writer Tom Segura has quickly become one of Hollywood’s most in demand and highly regarded talents. He is best known for his two Netflix specials, Completely Normal (2014) and Mostly Stories (2016) of which Paste Magazine described him of, “…having a natural and capable storytelling ability, one that lifts his narratives out of average anecdote fare and plants them firmly in hilarious ground.” Purchase tickets: HERE(Also, shows on March 1 at 9:45pm, March 2 at 7:15 and 9:45pm, and March 3 at 7:15pm and 9:45pm).

 

Friday, March 2, 2018

  • 11am: Impossible Burger Week at Alfalfa (food): Alfalfa is going to celebrate with an “Impossible Burger Week!” Each day we will have three to four different Impossible Burgers featuring fun, funky and international toppings. The most popular combinations will end up on our permanent menu, so make sure you let us know your favorites! More details: HERE(Also, on Saturday, March 3 at 5:30pm).
    4pm: Flight Nights: West Sixth Beer & Girl Scout Cookie Pairing at Lexington Beerworks (alcohol/food/class/workshop): Our annual beer & Girl Scout cookie pairing is back! Due to the incredible response so far, we’ll offer the beer and cookie pairing over 3 days – Wednesday February 28th through Friday March 2nd. This year we are thrilled to feature 4 delicious beers from our friends at West Sixth. $12 for the flight and cookies! More information: 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).
  • 5:30pm: The Yonders at Lynagh’s Irish Pub (music): Live music!
  • 6pm: Special Tasting with Big Table Farm at wine + market (alcohol): Big Table Farm is a small, charming winery and working farm tucked away in the hills of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, established by husband and wife team Brian Marcy and Clare Carver. Not only have their boutique wines received outstanding scores and reviews, but they’ve also received great press from the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Food & Wine Magazine, Forbes, the Robb Report, and more. Cost: $5/person. (Receive $5 discount upon purchase of Big Table Farm wine at event).
  • 6pm: Happy Hour Yoga at The Massage Center (health/fitness/wellness): Complimentary Glass of wine included with a ‘wine talk’ from Ally Hannah from the Corner Wine Store. Tickets are $25.
  • 7pm: Terra Bella | Live at Blue Grass Stockyard (music): Both Joseph and Martina’s roots are deeply planted in Central California, where they immersed themselves in agriculture. For years Terra Bella toured up and down the West Coast playing clubs and rodeos as well as opening for national acts such as Lee Brice, Gary Allan, Montgomery Gentry, Thomas Rhett and more. In August of 2013, the pair decided to move 2,200 miles across the nation to “Music City, USA” or Nashville. The pair immediately committed to their purpose and was soon a regular member of the songwriting community. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: Southern Accents: The Ultimate Tom Petty Experience at Manchester Music Hall (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7:15pm: Tom Segura at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Actor/Comedian/Writer Tom Segura has quickly become one of Hollywood’s most in demand and highly regarded talents. He is best known for his two Netflix specials, Completely Normal (2014) and Mostly Stories (2016) of which Paste Magazine described him of, “…having a natural and capable storytelling ability, one that lifts his narratives out of average anecdote fare and plants them firmly in hilarious ground.” Purchase tickets: HERE(Also, shows on March 2 at 9:45pm and March 3 at 7:15pm and 9:45pm).
  • 7:30pm: Frankel: Cocktails & Casino Night at The Carrick House (cause): On Friday, March 2, 2018, LHSC will celebrate our mission in a fun and unique way at The Carrick House in Lexington, KY. Casino games, silent auctions, and fantastic hors d’oeuvres and cocktails will make this an event you will not want to miss! More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE.
  • 7:30pm: Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play at Lucille C. Little Theater (art/free): Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play by Anne Washburn explores the apocalypse and the rebuilding of society through the lens of The Simpsons. All tickets are free and just need to be reserved! Performances are February 22-24 and March 1-3 at 7:30PM and March 4th at 2:00PM in Lucille C. Little Theater. Reserve your FREE tickets: 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: Coopertheband at Common Grounds Coffee House (music): Live music!
  • 8pm: Don’t Tell Me Who Done It at Stagebox Theatre (art/comedy/theater): “Dont Tell Me Who Done It” is a murder mystery that tells the story of nine esteemed guests who are invited to stay the weekend in a quaint and scenic hotel. When the cook is found dead, June Dotson and Henry O’Neil, murder mystery fanatics, use their knowledge of classic literary techniques to piece together the clues left by a criminal mastermind.Purchase tickets: HERE(Performances from February 22-25 at 8pm and March 1-4 at 8pm).
  • 8pm: High Up + Whispertown at Willie’s Locally Known (music): Live music! More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE.
  • 8pm: Washed Out: WRFL’s 30th Birthday Bash at The Burl (music): WRFL presents their 30th Birthday Bash happening all weekend long, March 2nd – March 4th, at The Burl! $15 Student Tickets || General Admission $20 || 18+ ||**Valid Student ID required to present with your student ticket at the show. Tickets available now! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 9pm: Vinyl Richie Live at O’Neills (music): Live music!
  • 9pm: Town Mountain at Cosmic Charlie’s (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 9pm: Champs of the Sun with The Footsteps, Home Grown Head, and Season Sleep at Best Friend Bar (music): Live music!
  • 9:45pm: Tom Segura at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Actor/Comedian/Writer Tom Segura has quickly become one of Hollywood’s most in demand and highly regarded talents. He is best known for his two Netflix specials, Completely Normal (2014) and Mostly Stories (2016) of which Paste Magazine described him of, “…having a natural and capable storytelling ability, one that lifts his narratives out of average anecdote fare and plants them firmly in hilarious ground.” Purchase tickets: HERE(Also, shows on March 3 at 7:15pm and 9:45pm).

 

February 5-24, 2018: Love Your Downtown – Georgetown, Kentucky

Love locally with Georgetown’s Love Your Downtown event! From Feb. 5-24, locals and visitors can pick up a FREE LYD passport at participating businesses in Downtown Georgetown. The Love Your Downtown passport encourages the public to visit local businesses in our downtown in efforts to receive passport stamps/signatures. After visiting 10 or more locations, participants can turn in their passport at one of the businesses to be entered to win a basket full of merchandise!

Participating businesses include: Adorabelles – Georgetown, KY, Anniemals,Birdsong Quilting and CraftsBourbon 30Georgetown Scott County Chamber of CommerceColdwell Banker McMahanCravens & Lewis Jewelers, Dan’s Discount Jewelry and Pawn, Divine on BroadwayEm+Me,Fava’s Of GeorgetownGalvin’sGeorgetown Antique MallHeirlooms & Gretchen’sHello Beautiful SalonHockensmith Fine Art Editions Gallery & PressMiss BehavenMore Than Cake LLCScrap Paper ScizzorsSeeds & SaplingsSimple CharmSlainte Public HouseSweet and Sassy Ashley’s LLC.Twisted TwigsUpbeat Cafe, Scott County Arts & Cultural Welcome Center, and the Georgetown and Scott County Museum.

The Love Your Downtown Passport event will take place during normally scheduled business hours. Winners will be contacted during the last week of February. For more information, contact Georgetown/Scott County Tourism at 502-863-2547.

 

 

Hope everyone has a good weekend!

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