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Things to Do in Lexington, Kentucky: The Week Of March 23-29, 2018

March 23, 2018

It's Friday again, y'all, so I've got another list of upcoming events for the week of March 23-29, 2018 in Lexington, Kentucky!

Can you believe we’ve almost made it through another month?

It’s been a pretty crazy month from March Madness to snowing in Lexington on the first day of spring? Can the warm weather be here to stay?

It’s Friday again, y’all, so I’ve got another list of upcoming events for the week of March 23-29!

Things to Do in Lexington, Kentucky: The Week Of March 23-29, 2018:

 

Friday, March 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).
  • 1pm: Tinderbox is Going On Tour (performance): An all-american classic circus sideshow, combining timeless acts of shock and amazement with a punk rock presentation, and a dirty south attitude. The result is a uniquely modern experience; unlike anything else in today’s entertainment industry! Purchase tickets: HERE(Recurring March 23-31 at 1pm).
  • 4pm: Basil Hayden’s Dark Rye Happy Hour at OBC Kitchen (alcohol): Join us for Happy Hour from 4-6pm! Featuring: $5 whiskey selection: Basil Hayden’s Dark Rye. $5 Craft Cocktails
  • 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: Student Songwriter’s Showcase at Common Grounds (music): Vanessa Davis Studio presents the Student Songwriter’s Showcase, featuring young songwriters from Lexington and area, with special guests Lexi Zapata and Eliza Sayers.
  • 6pm: She’s LIT!: Confidence Begins Within! at The Plantory (class/workshop/kid friendly/free): Join us for another fun experience together for our March session! This month is all about CONFIDENCE! We hope that our girls leave this experience shining from the INSIDE OUT! This month’s session will include: a “LIT” Painting Party, with special guest artist, Hope Soch, Team Building Activities, and a Workshop on Crafting Positive Affirmation Statements! Register: HERE.
  • 7pm: Willie Eames at AZUR (music): Live music!
  • 7pm: UKY Studio Season Presents: The Little Prince at the University of Kentucky Theatre and Dance (performance/free): The University of Kentucky Department of Theatre and Dance Studio Season proudly presents a stage adaptation of the beloved book by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, “The Little Prince.” Tag along with the Prince and the Pilot as they discover that it is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE(Also, on March 24 at 5pm and 7pm).
  • 7pm: 4th Friday Social Ride at Gratz Park (fitness): A social group ride of about 6 miles. Ride will be at a casual pace to allow riders of all skill levels to participate. Ride will likely take around an hour or less. Ride will begin At Gratz Park wind around downtown and end at Broomwagon Coffee + Bikes for refreshments and socializing (Also, on  April 27, May 25, June 22, July 27, and August 24).
  • 7pm: Marble Creek Rangers at the Elkhorn Tavern (music): Live music!
  • 7pm: Team Trivia Friday at Broomwagon Coffee + Bikes (games): Free trivia with prizes to be won!
  • 7:15pm: Etta May at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Etta May headlines the most successful all female “Southern Fried Chicks Tour”. Selling out theatres all over the country. Think Blue Collar Comedy Tour with better hair! Etta May appeared on CMT’s “Comedy Stage”, plus co-produced “Southern Fried Chicks” for CMT. She was also the subject and first female comic ever on the biography show, “Comedy Club.” She joins the elite comedy company of Ron White, Larry the Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy, who are also featured in this series. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE (Also shows on: March 22 at 7:15pm, March 23 at 7:15pm & 9:45pm, and March 24 at 7:15 & 9:45pm).
  • 7:30pm: Road To The Horse 2018 15th Anniversary Celebration at The Mansion at Griffin Gate (party): To celebrate the 15th Anniversary of Road to the Horse, we’re hosting a VIP Anniversary Celebration at The Mansion at the Griffin Gate Marriott Resort in Lexington, Kentucky. Crew, sponsors, as well as current and past competitors will be attending. You never know who will be behind the mask! It’s Mardi Gras themed, so costumes are preferred, masks are mandatory, and in true Road to the Horse fashion, feel free to make them elaborate because there’ll be lots of prizes. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: GREG JAMIE/ADVANCE BASE/PUCKET ELECTRIC at The Green Lantern (music): Live music!
  • 7pm: Luke Pell & Logan Mize at Manchester Music Hall (concert): See Bachelorette & country star Luke Pell along with country artist Logan Mize live on the same stage on Friday, March 23 at Manchester Music Hall! 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)
  • 9pm: Act III Band at The Ruddy Duck (music): The Ruddy Duck is gearing up for another weekend of live entertainment, tasty food and delicious drinks! Act III will be here playing all kinds of great Classic Rock, Soul, Blues and more-join us and have some fun!
  • 9pm: Kenny Owens and Group Therapy at O’Neill’s (music): Live music!
  • 9pm: Tragic Kingdom and the Throwbacks at Best Friend Bar (music): It’s time to grab a flannel, some butterfly clips, and your teenage angst for a night full of 90s music with The Throwbacks followed by Lexington’s own No Doubt tribute band Tragic Kingdom.
  • 9pm: Isle of Eight, Sweet Country Meat Boys, Dad Shorts, Joshua Powell & the Great Train Robbery at The Burl (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 9pm: ROAD TO THE HORSE Afterparty with The Ranahans Live at Austin City Saloon (music): If you enjoy the classic Country and Western Swing sounds of artists like Bob Wills, Hank Williams, George Strait, Ernest Tubb, Willie Nelson, Asleep at the Wheel, Dwight Yoakam… you won’t wanna miss The Ranahans.
  • 9pm: Vita and the Woolf // Part Bird // Tense Kids at Cosmic Charlie’s (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 9:30pm: If Birds Could Fly / Kris Bentley at Willie’s Locally Known (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 9:45pm: Etta May at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Etta May headlines the most successful all female “Southern Fried Chicks Tour”. Selling out theatres all over the country. Think Blue Collar Comedy Tour with better hair! Etta May appeared on CMT’s “Comedy Stage”, plus co-produced “Southern Fried Chicks” for CMT. She was also the subject and first female comic ever on the biography show, “Comedy Club.” She joins the elite comedy company of Ron White, Larry the Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy, who are also featured in this series. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE (Also shows on: March 24 at 7:15pm & 9:45pm).

 

Saturday, March 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: Sweat Series with Amanda Arnold at luluemon (fitness/health/wellness): Pure Barre is coming to us! Join us this Saturday and get your tuck on.
  • 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: Easter Bunny Centerpiece at Cut and Paste Craft Studio (art/crafts/class/kid-friendly): We have the perfect centerpiece for your Eater dinner! Kids will paint a wooden bunny, add three egg shapes to the front, and a fluffy tail to the back. This piece will stand up on its own. This class is for kids ages 5 & up. The cost is $35. This is a drop-off event, so parents won’t need to stay. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 10am: ReStore Warehouse Sale and new location sneak preview (shopping): Ready for a sneak preview of our new location? We’re excited to be hosting a warehouse sale at our new location on Saturday, March 24th. Located at 817 Winchester Road.
  • 10am: Discovery Saturday + Family Workshops at The Living Arts & Science Center (art/crafts/workshop/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.
  • 10am: Green Living Lab: Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs at Bluegrass Greensource (workshop/class): This year, color your Easter Eggs with natural materials from your pantry or garden, like beets, onion skins, turmeric and purple cabbage! Join us for this workshop, and take home a dozen hardboiled eggs, already colored. Eggs used will be locally and naturally sourced from cage-free hens. The cost of this workshop is $15. Register: HERE.
  • 10am: Yoga at Free People Lexington (health/fitness/wellness/free): Free class with Olivia Jones. Bring your own mat!
  • 11am: Mo’ Beam & Second Fiddle Simcoe Can Release (alcohol/party): We’re starting off our West Sixth birthday week with a special release of Second Fiddle Simcoe IPA & Mo’ Beam Imperial New England IPA!! This will be a special start to our taproom-exclusive one-off can project with an old classic & a new favorite; bringing together our deep love of hops and telling the story of our six years as a local Lexington brewery! At 11am Saturday the 24th, we’ll release 6-packs of Simcoe & 4-packs of Mo’ Beam, at $9.99 and $13.99 respectively. VERY limited quantities! Please note that by law you can only purchase up to a case in total (not a case of each!). Bring some friends and join us as we kick-off our bday with some fresh cans!!
  • 11am: Nature Hike at Boone Creek Outdoors (outdoors): Experience the Boone Creek gorge focusing on native vs invasive species, the creek, waterfall, historic mill, and more! This is a moderate hike with elevation change and some scrambling. Limited spots. Email info@boonecreekoutdoors.com to claim yours! $5 per guest.
  • 12pm: Free Easter pictures at Re-Kid (kid friendly): Skip the long lines at the mall and come to Re-Kid for FREE pictures with the Easter Bunny on Saturday, March 24th from 12-2 at Re-Kid (197 Moore Drive). Stop by to say Hi and get professional pictures taken with the bunny just in time for Easter!
  • 12pm: Pop-Up (Mat) Pilates Class at Fitness Collective (health/fitness/wellness/free): Join us for a FREE Pop-Up Mat Pilates! The class will be taught by Lucie Bécus of Shine Pilates. Come Sweat + Shop with Us —> There Will Rosé and Discounts for Participants. We Hope to See You There! Please bring your own mat, a few will be provided if needed but we only have a few.
  • 12pm: Acrovinyasa with Madison – Beginner friendly and by donation at Centered(fitness/health/wellness): 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. More details: HERE.
  • 12pm: Talking Doormat Workshop at ReStore (art/crafts/workshop): Join us at ReStore to make customizable stencils and addhttps://secure.qgiv.com/for/rpd/event/789894/ your lettering to a doormat with fun spray paint colors. Just in time for those April showers! Tickets are $15 per person. Sign up: HERE.
  • 12pm: Family Day – Free Magic Shows! West Sixth Brewing (kid friendly): It’s our Family Day West Sixth Birthday celebration! We’re excited to offer some free entertainment for kids of all ages with free magic shows at 12pm and 1pm. Our friend and magician Seth Bendorf will be performing in the beer garden with mind blowing tricks of all shapes & sizes. Free popcorn for everyone!! Smithtown Seafood will prepare an enhanced kids menu with fun specials to celebrate the day! The shows will run around 45 minutes, first show starting at noon, second at 1pm. There will be a short intermission!
  • 1pm: Tinderbox is Going On Tour (performance): An all-american classic circus sideshow, combining timeless acts of shock and amazement with a punk rock presentation, and a dirty south attitude. The result is a uniquely modern experience; unlike anything else in today’s entertainment industry! Purchase tickets: HERE(Recurring March 23-31 at 1pm).
  • 1pm: Children’s Spring Yoga Workshop: A Day in the Garden at Wildfire Yoga (fitness/health/wellness/kid friendly): Using our senses to explore the awakenings of spring will help us become more present. In spring’s garden, the breath will guide us through the discovery of postures and the cultivation of mindfulness; connecting breath with body. Among many other benefits, yoga helps children strengthen their social and emotional skills and build resiliency and compassion. In this improved state of awareness and balance, your child will be better able to tap into innate joy, love and peace for him/herself, others, and the world as a whole. Let your child blossom and grow in this 1.5hr workshop. Ages 6-12. Bring a mat if you have one. Otherwise, mats will be provided. Wear comfortable clothing. More details: HERE.
  • 1pm: Make & Take Class + Cooking Demo! at La Bonne Vie Personal Chef Services (class/food): Come hang out with the Chefs of La Bonne Vie and our dear friend, Emilie Carter! We will be working with essential oils such as lemon, basil, oregano, etc… to showcase how you can use these instead of spices to amp up your cooking! Enjoy tasty bites and refreshments, hang with friends, learn about new ways to cook your meals & we will also make infused sea salt blends for you to take home!
  • 1:30pm: Grow & Go Organic for Healthy Living (workshop): Mac Stone of Elmwood Stock Farm will share how plants interact with their surroundings to become exactly what the human body needs. You’ll leave with vivid understanding of how the diversity of the soil food web and the tens of thousands of species of bacteria and fungi in an organic system will boost your immune system. Mac is a proponent of eating organic,a member of USDA’s National Organic Standards Board, and helped develop the Kentucky Proud program while with Kentucky’s Department of Agriculture. He runs a Certified Organic CSA (community supported agriculture) Farm Share program with his family on their Central KY farm. $5 fee includes presentation, a culinary herb from Wilsons & $5 off any CSA package. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 2pm: Arm Balances and Inversions with Brooke Williams (health/fitness/wellness): Find comfort in your arm balancing by breaking down flight poses and learning proper alignment. This workshop will prepare students for arm balancing by warming up the wrists, strengthening the shoulders and opening the hips. A portion of the workshop will focus on safe inversions, including forearm stand, headstand and handstand. By learning the mechanics of the poses, students will be able to enter arm balances and inversions with more ease, greater confidence and less effort. Participants are encouraged to bring blocks and straps if they have them; otherwise, props will be provided. Students should come prepared to practice, listen, watch, challenge themselves and have fun!
  • 2pm: Afternoon of the Elves at the Lexington Children’s Theatre (performance): For Hillary it just didn’t add up. How could the most unpopular girl in school also have an elf village in her back yard? You heard that right – an elf village. Complete with little houses, a well, and even a ferris wheel made from an old bike tire. Maybe there’s more to Sara Kate than meets the eye. Maybe, just maybe, Hillary and Sara Kate could be friends? Based on the Newbery Award Honor book by Janet Taylor Lisle, Afternoon of the Elves explores the magic of friendship, imagination, and empathy in this poignant adaptation by Y York. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE(Also, on March 24 at 7pm, March 25 at 2pm)
  • 2pm: Metal Day with Three Floyds at Arcadium (alcohol): This Saturday, we will be tapping kegs from 3 floyds and playing metal all day to go along with the Blood of the Wolf Fest going on at Al’s. We definitely recommend that you go across the street this weekend to catch some of the bands. Rise Up Pizza will be set up outside as well. We will have the following beers on tap: Crack the Skye, Cherron, Marshall Murat, Permanent Funeral, Zombie Dust.
  • 2pm: Afternoon of the Elves at the Lexington Children’s Theatre (performance): For Hillary it just didn’t add up. How could the most unpopular girl in school also have an elf village in her back yard? You heard that right – an elf village. Complete with little houses, a well, and even a ferris wheel made from an old bike tire. Maybe there’s more to Sara Kate than meets the eye. Maybe, just maybe, Hillary and Sara Kate could be friends? Based on the Newbery Award Honor book by Janet Taylor Lisle, Afternoon of the Elves explores the magic of friendship, imagination, and empathy in this poignant adaptation by Y York. More details: HERE and tickets available: 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)
  • 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: Kevin Cruise at Talon Winery (music): Live music!
  • 4pm: Winemaker Vinetage Wine Pairing at Talon Winery (food/alcohol): Interact with our winemaker, Will Mullett, as he leads you through a tasting comparing vintages of Talon Wines. He will teach you about the wine aging process and techniques. Ask questions and experience Talon in a whole new way! Seats are $12 per person or $10 per wine club member. Reservations are required as seating is limited. Call 859-971-9797 to book your experience. More details: HERE.
  • 5pm: UKY Studio Season Presents: The Little Prince at the University of Kentucky Theatre and Dance (performance/free): The University of Kentucky Department of Theatre and Dance Studio Season proudly presents a stage adaptation of the beloved book by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, “The Little Prince.” Tag along with the Prince and the Pilot as they discover that it is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE(Also, on March 24 at 5pm and 7pm).
  • 6pm: The Goddamn Gallows / Koffin Kats / Against The Grain at Cosmic Charlie’s (music): Live music! 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: Afternoon of the Elves at the Lexington Children’s Theatre (performance): For Hillary it just didn’t add up. How could the most unpopular girl in school also have an elf village in her back yard? You heard that right – an elf village. Complete with little houses, a well, and even a ferris wheel made from an old bike tire. Maybe there’s more to Sara Kate than meets the eye. Maybe, just maybe, Hillary and Sara Kate could be friends? Based on the Newbery Award Honor book by Janet Taylor Lisle, Afternoon of the Elves explores the magic of friendship, imagination, and empathy in this poignant adaptation by Y York. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE(Also, on March 25 at 2pm).
  • 7pm: UKY Studio Season Presents: The Little Prince at the University of Kentucky Theatre and Dance (performance/free): The University of Kentucky Department of Theatre and Dance Studio Season proudly presents a stage adaptation of the beloved book by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, “The Little Prince.” Tag along with the Prince and the Pilot as they discover that it is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE(Also, on March 24 at 5pm and 7pm)
  • 7pm: Colt Ford at Manchester Music Hall (concert): Concert! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: “The Haunting Party!” Murder Mystery Dinner at The Kentucky Castle (food): New “The Haunting Party!” themed show! The show will be accompanied by a delicious meal fit for a king! Tickets are $75 with very limited numbers. If you’re interested in staying the night in the castle, book your room via the website. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7:15pm: Etta May at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Etta May headlines the most successful all female “Southern Fried Chicks Tour”. Selling out theatres all over the country. Think Blue Collar Comedy Tour with better hair! Etta May appeared on CMT’s “Comedy Stage”, plus co-produced “Southern Fried Chicks” for CMT. She was also the subject and first female comic ever on the biography show, “Comedy Club.” She joins the elite comedy company of Ron White, Larry the Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy, who are also featured in this series. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE (Also shows on: March 24 at 7:15pm & 9:45pm).
  • 7:30pm: Ronn Crowder and Friends at Backstretch Sports Bar & Grill (music): Live music! (Recurring Saturdays).
  • 8pm: Hunter Lytle at Common Grounds (music): Live music!
  • 9pm: Jeanne Vomit-Terror / Leaden Verse / Fred Table and the Chairs at The Green Lantern Bar (music): Live music!
  • 9pm: Lauren Mink at Whiskey Bear (music): Lauren Mink is a local singer that’s been compared to the likes of Sugarland & Stevie Nicks. This powerhouse vocalist can move you with an Adele tune or take you back to late 90’s country with Faith Hill & Leann Rimes. Lauren just loves a good tune you can sing along to, which shows in her diverse fun-filled sets. She plays alongside a talented guitar man, Dale Adams—better known as the Tone Dr in the YouTube world. You won’t regret spending a couple hours listening to these two play—you’ll most likely be wanting even more!
  • 9pm: ivyrye // Bedford // The Sam Jones Trio // Raz Bunga at Cosmic Charlie’s (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 9:30pm: Swells at Minglewood (music): Live music!
  • 9:45pm: Etta May at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Etta May headlines the most successful all female “Southern Fried Chicks Tour”. Selling out theatres all over the country. Think Blue Collar Comedy Tour with better hair! Etta May appeared on CMT’s “Comedy Stage”, plus co-produced “Southern Fried Chicks” for CMT. She was also the subject and first female comic ever on the biography show, “Comedy Club.” She joins the elite comedy company of Ron White, Larry the Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy, who are also featured in this series. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE.
  • 10pm: MOJOTHUNDER at The Burl (music): Live music!
  • 10pm: WildWood at Tin Roof (music): Live music!
  • 11pm: Grayson Jenkins at Henry Clay’s Public House (music): Grayson Jenkins will be back at Henry Clay’s Public House on Saturday, March 24th with his full band. Music starts at 11pm!

 

Sunday, March 25, 2018

  • 8am: PRIDE Restaurant Week at Various Restaurants (cause/fundraiser): Each of the following restaurants will have a specially designated item for Pride week and will donate 10% of the sales of these items toward 2018 Lexington Pride Festival. See list: HERE(Recurring March 25-31).
  • 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: 21c Yoga with Art – Bethany Bubenzer 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.(Recurring Sundays). 
  • 10am: 21c Yoga with Art with Cindy Reed at 21c Hotel (health/fitness/wellness): $5 drop in. Cindy Reed leading this fun class in the Art Gallery!
  • 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).
  • 1pm: Man Cave at Centered (health/fitness/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.
  • 1pm: Tinderbox is Going On Tour (performance): An all-american classic circus sideshow, combining timeless acts of shock and amazement with a punk rock presentation, and a dirty south attitude. The result is a uniquely modern experience; unlike anything else in today’s entertainment industry! Purchase tickets: HERE(Recurring March 23-31 at 1pm).
  • 2pm: Afternoon of the Elves at the Lexington Children’s Theatre (performance): For Hillary it just didn’t add up. How could the most unpopular girl in school also have an elf village in her back yard? You heard that right – an elf village. Complete with little houses, a well, and even a ferris wheel made from an old bike tire. Maybe there’s more to Sara Kate than meets the eye. Maybe, just maybe, Hillary and Sara Kate could be friends? Based on the Newbery Award Honor book by Janet Taylor Lisle, Afternoon of the Elves explores the magic of friendship, imagination, and empathy in this poignant adaptation by Y York. More details: HERE and tickets available: HERE.
  • 2pm: Bluegrass Barkery’s Easter Egg Hunt and Blessing of Animals (shopping/cause): Join the Bluegrass Barkery at The Local Wag for our Annual Easter Egg Hunt! Bring your pooch and don’t forget your basket. Nail trims available from SWAG Mobile Pet Spa and photo booth by Jeannie Francis Pet Photography. There will be treats, games, raffles, and lots of fun for all!
  • 6pm: Mandy Ray at Lynagh’s Irish Pub (music): Live music!
  • 6pm: Red Barn Radio Open Mic at Twisted Cork (comedy/music): Join us weekly each Sunday from 6-9pm at The Twisted Cork to hear the best live music you will find in town. Bring your instrument, bring a friend, sign up and perform! Great listening atmosphere with the best people you will ever meet! (Recurring Sundays).
  • 6pm: Whippin’ in the Kitchen: Mexican Cuisine at the UK Student Activities Board (workshop/class): SAB invites you to taste the world with our Whippin’ In the Kitchen series! This time we’re exploring the culinary specialties of Mexico and you don’t even need a passport! Join us on Sunday, March 25th as we go to Wild Thyme to make an authentic Mexican meal. Transportation will be provided from campus. Join us for this cool and interactive opportunity to explore a different culture! Tickets are required, but are free with a valid student ID at the Student Involvement Box Office in Bowman’s Den. Transportation leaves campus at 5:30 PM; class begins at 6:00PM.
  • 8pm: Sam Amidon at The Burl (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 8:30pm: Woody Pines at Willie’s Locally Known (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.

 

Monday, March 26, 2018

  • 8am: PRIDE Restaurant Week at Various Restaurants (cause/fundraiser): Each of the following restaurants will have a specially designated item for Pride week and will donate 10% of the sales of these items toward 2018 Lexington Pride Festival. See list: HERE(Recurring March 25-31).
  • 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).
  • 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)
  • 1pm: Tinderbox is Going On Tour (performance): An all-american classic circus sideshow, combining timeless acts of shock and amazement with a punk rock presentation, and a dirty south attitude. The result is a uniquely modern experience; unlike anything else in today’s entertainment industry! Purchase tickets: HERE(Recurring March 23-31 at 1pm).
  • 6pm: Michael Twardy at Lynagh’s Irish Pub (music): Live music!
  • 6pm: The Sage Rabbit at Brier Books (food/kid friendly): Join us for an Eat & Greet tasting from the cookbook Chowgirls Killer Party Food: Righteous Bites & Cocktails for Every Season.
  • 6pm: Pet Photos with the Easter Bunny at the Fayette Mall (pets): Pet photos with the Easter Bunny will be taken during scheduled Pet Nights from 6pm to 9pm on Mondays, March 12, 19, and 26. Pets must be on a leash or in a carrier, and pet owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets. Please enter through the mall entrance next to Talbots. Pets will not be allowed in any area of the mall other than the designated Easter Bunny photo area. We appreciate your understanding (Also, on March 26 at 6pm).
  • 6pm: Why We Love Merlot! at wine + market (class/alcohol): This class is a first for W+M! Oftentimes Merlot is given a bad rap as a wine that is uninteresting, too soft fruity, or with stemmy and vegetal flavors. But when good wines are made from good quality grapes, we disagree with Merlot’s misrepresentation! Merlot is beautiful in color when poured in the glass, and it’s lovely texture and juicy red fruit flavors keep us coming back for more. Sign up to fall in love with Merlot! Cost: $20/person. Optional cheese plate: $5/person. RSVP only: (859) 225-0755.
  • 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 (performance): Come join us for a wonderful evening of storytelling at Joseph-Beth Booksellers. 7:00pm-8:45pm. Our featured teller is Sierra Hatfield dazzling us with her amazing life stories. Open mic for those that would like to participate. Make it a complete evening with dinner and drinks at the bistro.
  • 7pm: Italian Wine Dinner at J. Render’s Southern Table & Bar (food): Join us as we take a tour of Italy with our 4-Course Italian Wine Dinner. $65 per person for 4 courses with 4 Wine selections. Reservations are required. Call 859-533-9777. Menu available: HERE.
  • 7pm: LexSwing Dance at lexswingdane (class): Instead of dreading the start of a new week, start your week off on the right foot by dancing! We have a free beginner lesson starting at 7:15 at every dance, no partner required. Your first visit with LexSwing is FREE. Once you are hooked, it’s $5.
  • 7pm: Friends Trivia at Mirror Twin Brewing (games): Could this FRIENDS trivia BE any more fun? Bring your lobster OR your best “how you doin?” for a trivia show but whatever you do, DO NOT BE ON A BREAK for this awesome trivia show all about the show with the best 6 friends any of us ever had. There’s even more reason to come out, Dress for Success Lexington will be received 10% of the proceeds from the night’s sales from BOTH Mirror Twin Brewing Co and Rolling Oven Pizza! Play FRIENDS trivia AND help out a fantastic cause!
  • 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).
  • 7:30pm: “Weird Al” Yankovic: Ill-Advised Vanity Tour with Guest Emo Philips (comedy): Tickets available: HERE.
  • 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: Regional Justice Center / Transgression / Gospel Songs at Cosmic Charlie’s (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

  • 8am: PRIDE Restaurant Week at Various Restaurants (cause/fundraiser): Each of the following restaurants will have a specially designated item for Pride week and will donate 10% of the sales of these items toward 2018 Lexington Pride Festival. See list: HERE(Recurring March 25-31).
  • 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)
  • 1pm: Tinderbox is Going On Tour (performance): An all-american classic circus sideshow, combining timeless acts of shock and amazement with a punk rock presentation, and a dirty south attitude. The result is a uniquely modern experience; unlike anything else in today’s entertainment industry! Purchase tickets: HERE(Recurring March 23-31 at 1pm).
  • 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 (Also, on March 27 at 2pm).
  • 5pm: Reception: Inspiring and Becoming at The Parachute Factory (art): Inspiring & Becoming is an unfolding conversation around the question, “Why does a person become who she is?” Built around a month-long investigation of personal & historical stories of women, this project was led by a group of young people and community artists who worked together to examine the collective contributions of women to society and, then, portray them in creative ways.
  • 5:30pm: Connect: LYPA and Local First Lexington Networking Event at Marrika’s (networking): Have you wanted to check out the newly renovated Marikka’s? Lexington Young Professionals is teaming up with Local First Lexington for one of the best networking events of the year. Come out and get to know some of Lexington’s business owners and most influential young professionals.
  • 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: Master Community Gardener Training at The Plantory (workshop/class): Join us for this 8 week training on the how and why of gardening in community. Guest speakers and Seedleaf staff will share from our passion and experience about how to grow and share food, and how to compost food waste. You will learn all you need to know to care for your home garden, or to help Seedleaf with one of our 15 free u-pick spaces. Partial and full scholarships available, just email us for an application: ryan@seedleaf.org. Tickets available: HERE(Recurring Tuesdays until April 24).
  • 6pm: Cosmic Arcade Presents The Lab at Al’s Bar (music): Cosmic Arcade is back with “The Lab”! March 27th the last Tuesday of March, come on out and play in up to 6 fighting game tournaments for only $10! Prizes for the taking for the winner of every tournament. This months main event is a thank you to our smash crowd in February. Super Smash Bros for the Wii U will be our Double Elimination MAIN EVENT! We will make sure to have a special big prize for the winner on that bracket! We will also have some casual play games setup as well so if you’re not as competitive you can just have fun with some new friends! So get the gang together and come on our to the premiere gaming event in Lexington, KY, THE LAB! Brackets start at 6:30! COME GET THESE HANDS!
  • 6:30pm: Blooms & Brews at Pivot Brewing (workshop/class): Join us for a super fun night with creativity, girl power, gorgeous blooms (and most importantly beer!) with the lovely Courtney Eaton (Rose of Eden). Courtney will walk us through the process of how to pick and arrange blooms to make Instagram worthy centerpieces for your home. So grab your girlfriends and get ready to spend a night learning and making beautiful things together! This class is a BYOV (bring your own vase)! All flowers for making your very own floral arrangement are provided by Level Up and Rose of Eden. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 6:30pm: The Living Eulogy Lex Workshop at The Plantory (workshop/class/free): The Living Eulogy Lex Workshop is our time to come together and write eulogies to those loved ones while we can still share with them. A lot of folks have mentioned nerves or fear in thinking about this kind of writing, but let me encourage you to come just as you are. For me, this is a powerful way to express with some permanency and weight how much the people in my life mean to me. Come out and write love with me! This event is FREE, but there is no childcare currently scheduled.
  • 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)
  • 7:30pm: Klinker Brick Wine Dinner at Cru Food and Wine Bar (food): Join us Tuesday, March 27th at 7:30pm for a four course dinner with delicious wine pairings from Klinker Brick Winery! Space is limited so call (859) 971-9463 today to make your reservation! See menu: HERE.
  • 7:30pm: Pictionary For Grown-Ups at Broomwagon Coffee + Bikes (games): INTRODUCING A NEW GAME NIGHT AT THE MIGHTY BROOMWAGON! Ever been playing Pictionary with your friends and thought to yourself, “This could be funnier”? Well we’ve got just the thing for you………PICTIONARY FOR GROWN-UPS! It’s just like normal Pictionary except this time the cards are written by local comedians! EXPECT ANYTHING.
  • 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: Soccer Mommy at The Burl (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 8:30pm: Weedeater Performs God Luck and Good Speed In It’s Entirety at Cosmic Charlie’s (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.

 

Wednesday, March 28, 2018 – ON THE TABLE DISCUSSIONS AT VARIOUS RESTAURANTS ALL DAY LONG!

  • 8am: PRIDE Restaurant Week at Various Restaurants (cause/fundraiser): Each of the following restaurants will have a specially designated item for Pride week and will donate 10% of the sales of these items toward 2018 Lexington Pride Festival. See list: HERE(Recurring March 25-31).
  • 8am: On The Table with Councilmember Bledsoe at Wild Eggs – Palomar (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 8am: On the Table at A Cup of Common Wealth (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 8am: On The Table at Third Street Stuff Coffee (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 8:30am: On The Table with Lexington Habitat for Humanity (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 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).
  • 9am: On the Table with The Plantory & CivicLex (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 9am: On the Table with LexArts at ArtsPlace (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 9am: On the Table – Ideas to Build a Better Creative Community (with Breakfast!) at Brier Books (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 10am: On the Table: Discuss Regional Issues in the Bluegrass at The Thoroughbred Center (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 10am: On the Table: Development & Housing with Shayla Johnson at The Plantory (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 10am: Little Sprouts at The Arboretum (outdoors/workshop/kid friendly): Each Wednesday in March, Little Sprouts will once again be hosted at The Arboretum! Each session has a special theme that begins with a story and hands-on exploration. Next, we will rotate through crafts, science experiments, and planting stations. Last, we get outside and explore nature on a short hike (weather permitting; make sure to dress warmly)! Recommended for ages 3-5. Cost: $3 per child per session. Details: HERE(Also, on March 28 at 11am).
  • 11am: Little Sprouts at The Arboretum (outdoors/workshop/kid friendly): Each Wednesday in March, Little Sprouts will once again be hosted at The Arboretum! Each session has a special theme that begins with a story and hands-on exploration. Next, we will rotate through crafts, science experiments, and planting stations. Last, we get outside and explore nature on a short hike (weather permitting; make sure to dress warmly)! Recommended for ages 3-5. Cost: $3 per child per session. Details: HERE(Also, on March 28 at 10am and 11am).
  • 12pm: On The Table at Rotary & Rotaract Clubs of Lexington (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 12pm: On the Table at Distilled (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 12pm: On the Table at Nathaniel Mission (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 12pm: On the Table: Ag & Food Systems with Stephanie Wooten at The Plantory (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 12pm: On the Table – Ideas to Build a Better Creative Community (with Lunch!) at Brier Books (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 1pm: Tinderbox is Going On Tour (performance): An all-american classic circus sideshow, combining timeless acts of shock and amazement with a punk rock presentation, and a dirty south attitude. The result is a uniquely modern experience; unlike anything else in today’s entertainment industry! Purchase tickets: HERE(Recurring March 23-31 at 1pm).
  • 2pm: On the Table: Economic Development with Natalie Cunningham (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 2pm: On The Table at the Lexington Public Library – Downtown location (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 4pm: On the Table at The Lexington Public Library – Downtown (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 4pm: West Sixth Turns Six at Lexington Beerworks (alcohol): Come out to Lexington Beerworks on Wednesday March 28th as we celebrate “West Sixth Turns Six”! Purchase a West Sixth IPA on draft and keep the glass! Better come early while the glasses last!
  • 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: On the Table at The Lexington Public Library – Beaumont Branch (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 4pm: On the Table: Transportation with Ryan Guyder at The Plantory (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 4pm: On the Table at the Lexington Public Library – Russell Cave Road location (community/cause): On the Table: Transportation with Ryan Guyder at The Plantory (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 4:30pm: On The Table at Rotary & Rotaract Clubs of Lexington (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 5pm: On The Table at the Lexington Public Library – Village Branch (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 5pm: On The Table at Ethereal Brewing (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: 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: On The Table with Lexington Habitat for Humanity (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 6pm: BGCF365 wants to hear YOUR VOICE. On The Table Conversations at The Bear & The Butcher (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 6pm: Big Blue Bunny Night at Fayette Mall (kid friendly): Get your picture taken with the Easter Bunny and the Kentucky Wildcat during Big Blue Bunny Night. The Easter Bunny is located in the Dillard’s Court.
  • 6pm: History of Bourbon 2: The Modern Era at The Kentucky Castle (alcohol): In this class, we’ll look at the premiumization of bourbon; the introduction of single barrel bottlings, small batch offerings and limited releases; bourbon tourism; plus craft and experimental products and ‘near bourbons.’ We’ll trace a line from Elmer T. Lee and Booker Noe through new concepts like second maturation and unusual grains to the plethora of options available to consumers today. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 6pm: On the Table at the Lexington Public Library – Russell Cave Road location (community/cause): On the Table: Transportation with Ryan Guyder at The Plantory (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 6pm: On The Table – West Sixth Yoga Sixth Brewing (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 6pm: On The Table at Sorrella Gellateria (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 6pm: On The Table at The First African Baptist Church (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 6pm: Nutrition 101 Back to Basics at SALA Studio (class/workshop): Americans spend billions of dollars annually on diet and weight loss products. Weight loss marketing targets our fears and reinforces the belief that we are not good enough based on our weight. People are not properly nourishing their bodies due to these messages…and I’ve had enough. Join us for a FREE, interactive discussion about eating for your health. Melissa has two nutrition degrees and experience working with people who desire health and wellness through nutrition. This is not a fad diet. There will be no pills, drinks, or powders. We will discuss basic nutrition to optimize your health goals, whether it is fat loss, muscle gain, athletic performance, and/or eating to prevent disease. We will discuss how your relationship with food and other factors, such as sleep and stress, can prevent you from reaching your health goals.
  • 6pm: On the Table with Good Foods Co-op (community/cause): On the Table at D’s Cafe at Bryan Station (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 6pm: On the Table: A Youth Conversation at Arbor Youth Services, Inc. (community/cause): On the Table at D’s Cafe at Bryan Station (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 6pm: On The Table at the Lexington Public Library – Russell Cave Road (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 6:30pm: On the Table at D’s Cafe at Bryan Station (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: HERE.
  • 6:30pm: Create Your Own Macrame Plant Hanger (workshop/class): Are you looking to learn to create your own macrame masterpiece and get your creative juices flowing? Then you have arrived at the right place! In this introductory workshop taught by Maddi Wilkerson of West Domestic you will learn the basic macrame knots needed to create your own unique plant hanger! Everyone will be going home with a completed macrame hanger + an easy to care for plant. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: On The Table at the Lexington Public Library – Village Branch (community/cause): On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Blue Grass Community Foundation will present On The Table 2018, a one-day community conversation about Lexington’s future. On The Table conversations are meant to encourage everyone to think about the issues they care about while adding a diversity of voices to the discussion of who we are, where we’re going and what we can do, together, to get there. The goal is to discover how each of us can join with the thousands of people, businesses and organizations that make our communities better places for all. More details: 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 yall Wednesday nights at The Barn! (Recurring Wednesdays).
  • 7pm: Olivia Millerschin, Heather Bond, & Brooks Ritter at The Burl (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: EdenSpeaK at the Twisted Cork (music): Live music!
  • 7pm: Hitchcock at the Farish Theater (movie): In anticipation of our April 8 screening of 78/52 with director Alexandre Philippe, the Farish Theatre is hosting an Alfred Hitchcock film every Wednesday in March! See list of movies: HERE(Recurring Wednesdays).
  • 7pm: Jockey Silks & Horseshoes at Cut and Paste Craft Studio (arts/crafts): It’s Keeneland time again! Get your front door ready for the fall meet with an 18″ Jockey Silk, Jockey Silk Monogram, Horseshoe or Horseshoe monogram. You’ll pick your shape, then on the day of the class we’ll help you choose your colors and design. Don’t worry, you don’t have to be a pro to make these look professionally painted. We’ll help you create straight line, and curvy curves, perky polka dots or classy chevrons. We’ll even help you fix your boo-boos. We have lots of photos of past classes for inspiration, too. This class is for adults and teens only. Tickets available: HERE (This same class will also be on April 12).
  • 7pm: Date Night at Elle Fitness (health/fitness/wellness): For over 7 years Elle Fitness has been burning up fellas at the barre for a chance to win a FREE bottle of bourbon. Show your guy what we do at the barre! Stay tuned for what brand of bourbon we will be giving away this month! FREE for all guys.
  • 7:15pm: Vic Henley at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): A true comedy veteran, Alabama-born Vic Henley has done it all. Co-author of a national bestselling book with fellow comedian Jeff Foxworthy, Vic has appeared on HBO, CBS, NBC, FOX, MTV, BRAVO, CMT and just about every other stand up comedy show on television. He was a VH-1 VJ and has his own Comedy Central Presents half hour special as well as performances on The Late Show with David Letterman and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Tickets available: HERE(Also, on March 29 at 7:15pm, March 30 at 7:15pm & 9:45pm, and March 31 at 7:15pm & 9:45pm).
  • 8pm: Karaoke at Bennigan’s on Richmond Road (music): Great Drink Specials and 1/2 Price Appetizers! (Recurring Wednesdays).
  • 8pm: Bill Yackey at World of Beer (music): Live music!

 

Curious about On The Table?

On the Table is an opportunity to gather around a table with friends, neighbors, colleagues and maybe even a few people we are meeting for the first time to talk about the issues, big and small, that impact our quality of lifeand that of the city. When we talk about our experiences in Lexington and listen to others, we connect and learn about what matters to all of us.

On the Table invites Lexingtonians to come together to talk, collaborate, become more civically involved and be more committed to our community. The issues we face today don’t often offer quick fixes. On the contrary, progress will only result when residents, organizations, businesses and government work together to make contributions that add up to a greater solution than we can achieve on our own.

 

Thursday, March 29, 2018

  • 8am: PRIDE Restaurant Week at Various Restaurants (cause/fundraiser): Each of the following restaurants will have a specially designated item for Pride week and will donate 10% of the sales of these items toward 2018 Lexington Pride Festival. See list: HERE(Recurring March 25-31).
  • 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).
  • 12:15pm: American Pharoah Tours at Throughbred Heritage Horse Farm Tour (horses): Spring is just around the corner! We now have a few select dates to see American Pharoah at Coolmore. These 3.5 hour tours are for March 22, 29, April 12, 26 and May 1, 18 and 31. Tickets won’t last long so make your reservation now. You will also visit the grave site of a very famous race horse and do a walking tour of Magdalena Farm. Under the tour heading click on American Pharoah Tours, then the Buy Tickets button. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 1pm: Tinderbox is Going On Tour (performance): An all-american classic circus sideshow, combining timeless acts of shock and amazement with a punk rock presentation, and a dirty south attitude. The result is a uniquely modern experience; unlike anything else in today’s entertainment industry! Purchase tickets: HERE(Recurring March 23-31 at 1pm).
  • 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).
  • 5pm: Dinner at DV8 – One Night Only! (food/fundraiser/cause): Join DV8 Kitchen and the Alano Club in the fight against addiction! Dine in or carry out from 5-9pm and 50% of the proceeds will go to the Alano Club, which works to provide a safe, sober, and supportive environment for individuals seeking recovery from addiction.
  • 6pm: Spooky Fox at Lynagh’s Irish Pub (music): Live music!
  • 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: Thirsty Thursday! Pick your Project at Board and Brush Lexington (art/crafts/class): Come and make a beautiful wooden sign for your home! Pic any sign from our gallery of 200+ designs and we personalize it with your name, dates, etc. Enjoy a variety of alcoholic/non-alcoholic beverages and listen to an incredibly fun playlist while you’re building your boards! *Because of the sale of alcohol, this workshop is 21+ only* Tickets available: HERE.
  • 6:30pm: LOCAL MASH – a West Sixth Brewing beer & food event at West Sixth Brewing (food/alcohol): West Sixth is turning SIX and celebrating with our second annual beer & food pairing event, Local Mash! On Thursday March 29th, we’re hosting 7 local chefs who will be creating perfectly paired small plates to go with selected West Sixth brews. The event will be held throughout the Barrel Room and production brewery. Included in your $50 ticket will be one plate from each chef, a corresponding 6 oz pairing of beer for each plate, and a specialty tasting glass that’s yours to take home. We will also have some fresh bread and sweets from our friends at Sunrise Bakery! Trust us, you’ll be full. The event is passport style all throughout the brew house and barrel room (no reserved “seats” or traditional table set up) – you’ll receive a Menu passport when you check in, and visit chefs at stations around the brewery. You’ll pick up the dish from each chef (in any order!) and get your specialty Local Mash glass filled with the corresponding brew. Move around, mingle, and enjoy some great food & beer! Chefs: HERE and tickets available: HERE.
  • 6:30pm: Fork + Bottle: Against The Grain at Lockbox (food): Do you love a fine wine? Craft beer? Sipping bourbon? So do we. Join Lockbox for Fork + Bottle, a unique dinner series in which we educate, pair, and taste inspired menus by executive chef Jonathan Searle with a variety of guest beverage experts. In March, we’re welcoming Louisville-based Against The Grain Brewery. Join us for a four-course meal crafted to pair perfectly with your favorite brew. Four courses with craft beer pairings, as well as a cocktail hour with passed canapés, is $55 per person. Seating is limited! Call 859.899.6860 to reserve your spot.
  • 6:30pm: Language Access Film Festival at The Farish Theater (movie): Save the date for our upcoming Language Access Film Festival!! This festival is open to the public, and you can watch each film for FREE! Over a 3 week period, we will screen 4 movies that exemplify the importance of language access as well as the crucial role of interpreters and translators. LexArts has provided funding support for KITA’s Language Access Film Festival through its Fund for the Arts. More details: HERE.
  • 7pm: Monthly Wine Tasting Dinner at Suttons Restaurant (food/alcohol): 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 (Also, on April 26, May 31, June 28, July 26, August 30, September 27, October 25, and November 29).
  • 7pm: Trivia Night at Brasabana (games): Live Trivia! $25 Gift Certificate for 1st place, 2nd & 3rd get $15 & $10! (Recurring Thursdays).
  • 7:15pm: Vic Henley at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): A true comedy veteran, Alabama-born Vic Henley has done it all. Co-author of a national bestselling book with fellow comedian Jeff Foxworthy, Vic has appeared on HBO, CBS, NBC, FOX, MTV, BRAVO, CMT and just about every other stand up comedy show on television. He was a VH-1 VJ and has his own Comedy Central Presents half hour special as well as performances on The Late Show with David Letterman and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Tickets available: HERE(Also, on March 30 at 7:15pm & 9:45pm, and March 31 at 7:15pm & 9:45pm).
  • 8pm: Trivia Night at The Video Saloon (games): First, second, and third place winners all receive monetary prizes! (Recurring Thursdays).
  • 9pm: Short & Company ‘Lost in a Spin’ Album Release at The Burl (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 9pm: Strange Mechanics at Cosmic Charlie’s (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.

 

 

 

 

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