Things to Do In Lexington, Kentucky: The Week of January 18-24, 2019

January 18, 2019

Things to Do In Lexington, Kentucky: The Week of January 18-24, 2019

January 18, 2019

since it is Friday, I've put together a list of over 100 events to give everyone some ideas on things to do and events going in here in Lexington for the weekend and upcoming week! #sharethelex #lexingtonkentucky #lexingtonky #kentucky #visitlex #travelky #betterinthebluegrass #thingstodo

We are more than halfway through January!

I hope everyone is having a wonderful January so far! As always, since it is Friday, I’ve put together a list of over 100 events to give everyone some ideas on things to do and events going in here in Lexington for the weekend and upcoming week!

Things to Do In Lexington, Kentucky: The Week of January 18-24, 2019

Friday, January 18, 2019

  • 9am: Where the Wild Things Are – Maurice Sendak Art Exhibit at Lexington Public Library – Downtown (art): View fifty original artworks created by Maurice Sendak, including his first sketches for Where the Wild Things Are. Explore the jungle at the Central Library, rock in Max’s boat, win prizes in their digital scavenger hunt, dress the Night Kitchen Baby, and more!  Over thirty events will be held at the library and its branches, and its partners throughout the Bluegrass region. Fun for monsters of all ages! This exhibit has toured the country and is the first showing of its kind in our region. More details: HERE (Recurring everyday until January 27).
  • 11am: Holiday Lights Recycling Drive at Pivot Brewing (cause): Come drop off broken or unwanted holiday lights!!! This includes string lights, rope lights and electric candles. You can also bring extension cords, timers, light sensors and power strips! Putting these items, or any electronics, in your blue recycling card can lead to equipment problems and delays at our recycling centers (Recurring everyday until January 20).
  • 11am: Toys For Tots Drive – Extended at Country Boy Brewing (cause): Help support Toys for Tots! They are EXTENDING the toy drive through JANUARY 31! Bring your donated toys the taproom and drop in the Toys for Tots bin. There will be drops at both taprooms! (Recurring everyday until February 1).
  • 4pm: $5 Happy Hour: Knob Creek Cask Strength Rye Whiskey at OBC Kitchen (alcohol): You can try Knob Creek Cask Strength Rye Whiskey for just $5!
  • 6:30pm: Fancy Friday! Pick Your Project at Board and Brush Lexington (art/crafts): Come and make a beautiful wooden sign for your home! Pick any sign from the gallery of over 200+ designs and you can 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! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: Adult Craft Night: Kentucky String Art at Create Art + Play Studio (art/crafts): Create your own Pinterest-worthy craft! You’ll be guided through all the steps to create a Kentucky string art creation! They will provide a wood panel and stain it so that it’s ready to go. All supplies and instruction are included. You only need to bring your hands, and your choice of drink! Snacks are also welcome. $40 for tickets. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: True Crime Trivia: Cults at Blue Stallion Brewing Company (games): We’re jonesing for salvation, join us! Test your cult knowledge with another True Crime Trivia series, we’ll be drinking grape Flavor-Aid sour Cult-45 that goes on tap just for this event!
  • 7pm: Trippin Roots at J. Render’s Southern Table & Bar (music): Live music!
  • 7pm: Willie Eames at Ranada’s Bistro and Bar (music): Live music!
  • 7pm: Larry Williams at Austin City Saloon (music): Live music!
  • 7pm: Restorative Yoga with Kirtan at Source On High (health/fitness/wellness): In restorative yoga, we sit or lay in our poses for an extended time period (5-10 minutes) to allow our body to sink deeper into a pose as we rest. Romi Kalova and Joel DiGirolamo will enhance our workshop by providing Kirtan music—sound vibration to aid in sinking into relaxation. These chants, flowing from the voice, tanpura, and harmonium, are meant to harmonize with the vibration in each and every one of us. It is $30 with pre-registration. Register online: HERE.
  • 7pm: Team Trivia Friday at Broomwagon Coffee + Bikes (games): Free trivia with prizes to be won!
  • 7:15pm: Drew Lynch at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Originally from Indianapolis, Drew Lynch moved to Los Angeles at the age of 19 with aspirations of becoming an actor. While living in Los Angeles, a softball injury left Drew with a severe stutter, limiting his chances of acting in front of the camera. Determined to move forward Drew turned to stand-up comedy and in 2015, he captured the hearts of America with his Golden Buzzer performance on Season 10 of America’s Got Talent. His performances landed him in the finals where he finished in second place. Tickets available: HERE(Also, on January 18 at 9:45pm, January 19 at 7:15pm & 9:45pm, and January 20 at 7:15pm).
  • 8pm: Sorry Atari at Shamrocks at Shamrock Bar & Grille (music): Live music!
  • 8pm: Ben Lacy at Bar Louie (music): Live music!
  • 8pm: Lost Dog Live at The Cellar Bar & Grille (music): Live music!
  • 8pm: Nights at the Algonquin Round Table at the Lexington Community Theatre: In the era of Flappers, Prohibition and Hot Jazz, the members of the Algonquin Round Table set the standard for a new kind of irreverent cultural comedy. Enter the new kid, determined to make a name for himself as a journalist by impressing the funniest and most famous writers on Broadway. It will take more than a sharp tongue to triumph in a battle of wits with notorious wise-crackers Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley and George S. Kaufman. Tickets available: HERE(Also, on January 19 at 8:30pm, January 20 at 2:30pm, and January 25-26 at 8pm, and January 27 at 2:30pm).
  • 9pm: C2 & The Brothers Reed with Mo Lowda & The Humble at The Burl (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 9pm: Marshal Bill at Parlay Social (music): Live music!
  • 9pm: Northside Sheiks at Creaux (music): Live music!
  • 9pm: Whiskey Neat Band at Lynagh’s Irish Pub (music): Live music!
  • 9:45pm: Drew Lynch at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Originally from Indianapolis, Drew Lynch moved to Los Angeles at the age of 19 with aspirations of becoming an actor. While living in Los Angeles, a softball injury left Drew with a severe stutter, limiting his chances of acting in front of the camera. Determined to move forward Drew turned to stand-up comedy and in 2015, he captured the hearts of America with his Golden Buzzer performance on Season 10 of America’s Got Talent. His performances landed him in the finals where he finished in second place. Tickets available: HERE(Also, on January 19 at 7:15pm & 9:45pm, and January 20 at 7:15pm).

 

Saturday, January 19, 2019

  • 8am: Fundraiser to benefit Surgery on Sunday at Cadence Fitness (cause): In partnership with Aspire Fitness, they are excited to be part of the pre-party for Sweat4Surgeries 4.0, a 25-hour fitness event held to raise money for a great organization, Surgery On Sunday, Inc.They will be accepting donations during all classes on Saturday and Sunday, January 19th and 20th. All classes are included in membership with donations appreciated. Pay the drop-in rate and all proceeds will be donated to Surgery on Sunday!
  • 9am: Where the Wild Things Are – Maurice Sendak Art Exhibit at Lexington Public Library – Downtown (art): View fifty original artworks created by Maurice Sendak, including his first sketches for Where the Wild Things Are. Explore the jungle at the Central Library, rock in Max’s boat, win prizes in their digital scavenger hunt, dress the Night Kitchen Baby, and more!  Over thirty events will be held at the library and its branches, and its partners throughout the Bluegrass region. Fun for monsters of all ages! This exhibit has toured the country and is the first showing of its kind in our region. More details: HERE (Recurring everyday until January 27).
  • 10am: Let It Snow! at the Arboretum (outdoors/kid friendly): Come join us to create your own winter wonderland. Come learn how snow is made and create your own to take home. $7 per family (up to 3 people) | $2 for each additional person. Pre-registration is required | limited to 30 participants. Recommended for ages 5-10 and their families. For the terrarium workshop, they will provide the supplies, and you can come build your own tiny world (Every Saturday until March 16, there will be a different workshop. To see a list of workshops, click HERE).
  • 10am: Barre, Meet Bar at 21c Museum Hotel (fitness/health/wellness): Join 21c at 21c Museum Hotel Lexington every Saturday for Barre, Meet Bar. Fire up a sweat then hit the bar at Lockbox for a mimosa. Flex those creative muscles as you work through a variety of barre poses in our contemporary art-filled spaces. Sessions are just $10 at the door. Class is 21+; Price includes mimosa. BYOM (bring your own mat) + cash only (Recurring every Saturday until February 23).
  • 10am: Kombucha Workshop at Bluegrass Greensource (class): Are you curious about that fizzy, tangy drink everyone’s been talking about? We’re kicking off the winter series of our Green Living Labs with a home-brewed kombucha workshop! At this workshop, you will be led through the first and second fermentation processes so that you can learn the basics. You’ll be sent home with two ultra-mini batches of booch–one in the first fermentation stage, and one that is bottled and flavored. Most importantly, you’ll leave with your very own SCOBY to continue brewing far after the workshop ends! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 10:30am: 1/2 PRICE MENU for Furloughed Government Employees at Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe (food): This Saturday and Sunday, Taziki’s and LM Communications wants to invite ALL furloughed government employees and their families to enjoy 50% our ENTIRE MENU at both Lexington locations. All you have to do is bring your government ID and let us know! (Also, on January 20).
  • 11am: Holiday Lights Recycling Drive at Pivot Brewing (cause): Come drop off broken or unwanted holiday lights!!! This includes string lights, rope lights and electric candles. You can also bring extension cords, timers, light sensors and power strips! Putting these items, or any electronics, in your blue recycling card can lead to equipment problems and delays at our recycling centers (Recurring everyday until January 20).
  • 11am: Toys For Tots Drive – Extended at Country Boy Brewing (cause): Help support Toys for Tots! They are EXTENDING the toy drive through JANUARY 31! Bring your donated toys the taproom and drop in the Toys for Tots bin. There will be drops at both taprooms! (Recurring everyday until February 1).
  • 11am: HopCat Lex’s Anniversary + Cosmik Fries Eating Contest at HopCat (food): Celebrating the HopCat family’s 11th anniversary on Saturday the 19th with a killer lineup of beers on tap, FREE COSMIK FRIES from 11am-5pm and the annual Fries Eating Contest. More details: HERE.
  • 1pm: Fabulously Fit Book Signing at Wild Fig Books and Coffee: Come out and pick up your Fabulously Fit Fitness journal and even get it signed by Shuntella! Join The Wild Fig bookstore and Shuntella Whitfield, Author of “Fabulously Fit Fitness Journal” for a discussion about her healing and weight loss journey and how it lead to her writing this journal to inspire and support others on the weight loss journey.
  • 1:30pm: 2019 Big Blind Bourbon Taste-Off at The Barn at Fritz Farm (alcohol): Come see the inaugural Big Blind Bourbon Taste-Off on January 19th, 2019, at The Barn at The Summit at Fritz Farm in Lexington, KY, where bourbon enthusiasts from around the world will compete in a series of blind bourbon taste tests where they will be not only be required to name the bourbon they are tasting, but also answer a number of questions pertaining to its tasting notes. The winner of the Big Blind Bourbon Taste-Off will take home $2,000 in cold, hard cash, an epic bourbon barrel head trophy, and perhaps most importantly, bragging rights to the best bourbon palate in the world! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 2pm: Bullet Journaling 101 at the Lexington Public Library – Russell Cave branch: Start the New Year with a new way to get organized. Learn how to journal that is flexible and creative. Supplies provided. Registration is required. Visit HERE to register or call 231-5500.
  • 4pm: BIG BEERS 2019 at West Sixth Brewing (alcohol): Join West Sixth on January 19th from 4-8pm in the Barrel Room and taproom. $15 includes a passport good for 5 tasters of the Big Beers of your choice – and the glass to keep! Tickets for Big Beers will go on sale at the taproom at 11am (open) the morning of the 19th. More details: HERE.
  • 4pm: UK Game Watch Party at The Summit at Fritz Farm (sports): Join Edley’s Bar-B-Que to watch your Kentucky Wildcats take on Auburn at 4:00 pm! Enjoy food & drink specials, game sound & free swag! Enter to win a pair of lower level tickets to the UK v. Auburn Game! Cheer on The Cats at your BBQ HQ!
  • 4:30pm: Good Vibes Saturday! Pick Your Project at Board and Brush Lexington (art/crafts): Come and make a beautiful wooden sign for your home! Pick any sign from the gallery of over 200+ designs and you can 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! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 6pm: Kentucky Mountain Moonshine Tasting at Liquor Barn – Beaumont (alcohol): Try some samples of their products!
  • 7pm: The Wild Fig presents… The Soapbox #2 at Wild Fig Books and Coffee: This Saturday night, they will be opening doors for another open mic session. They welcome all styles and forms. Poetry, free verse, lyrics /song, comedy, political rants.
  • 7pm: Willie Eames at Ranada’s Bistro and Bar (music): Live music!
  • 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.
  • 7:15pm: Drew Lynch at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Originally from Indianapolis, Drew Lynch moved to Los Angeles at the age of 19 with aspirations of becoming an actor. While living in Los Angeles, a softball injury left Drew with a severe stutter, limiting his chances of acting in front of the camera. Determined to move forward Drew turned to stand-up comedy and in 2015, he captured the hearts of America with his Golden Buzzer performance on Season 10 of America’s Got Talent. His performances landed him in the finals where he finished in second place. Tickets available: HERE(Also, on January 19 at 9:45pm, and January 20 at 7:15pm).
  • 8pm: Nights at the Algonquin Round Table at the Lexington Community Theatre: In the era of Flappers, Prohibition and Hot Jazz, the members of the Algonquin Round Table set the standard for a new kind of irreverent cultural comedy. Enter the new kid, determined to make a name for himself as a journalist by impressing the funniest and most famous writers on Broadway. It will take more than a sharp tongue to triumph in a battle of wits with notorious wise-crackers Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley and George S. Kaufman. Tickets available: HERE(Also, on January 20 at 2:30pm, and January 25-26 at 8pm, and January 27 at 2:30pm).
  • 8pm: GLOW at Sky Zone Lexington: The lights go off and the night goes off. Let’s GLOW! 3 hours of elevated night life every Saturday 8pm-11pm. Live DJ, Black Lights, Lasers- We’re Different After Dark.Two 90 min sessions or full 3 hour session available. Session 1 is 8pm-9:30pm. Session 2 is 9:30pm-11pm. Full Session 8pm-11pm. All jumpers must wear GLOW, neon or white shirt and everyone who enters the building must have a waiver on file (Also, on January 19, January 26, and February 2).
  • 8pm: The AmpFibians at Lynagh’s Irish Pub (music): The AmpFibians are Cincinnati, Ohio’s premier modern instrumental surf rock band. Their original music is inspired not only by the surf sounds of the sixties but also the great surf revival, spy, and spaghetti western bands of today.
  • 9pm: Encore Bringing the Groove-Bomb to the Red Mile (music): Encore of Lexington is a local show band featuring some of Lexington’s top musicians, with a 3 member vocal section. Encore of Lexington performs such artists as: Sam Cook, Bruno Mars, Maxwell, Patrice Rushing, Robin Thick, Marvin Gay, DNCE, Michael Jackson, Doobie Brothers, and many more!
  • 9pm: Bootsie & Funkabilly at Creaux (music): Bootsie and Funkabilly is an old school R&B Funk cover band! Food service until 11pm.
  • 9pm: The Ranahans at Henry Clay’s Public House (music): Live music!
  • 9pm: The Allman Butter Band at The Burl (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 9:45pm: Drew Lynch at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Originally from Indianapolis, Drew Lynch moved to Los Angeles at the age of 19 with aspirations of becoming an actor. While living in Los Angeles, a softball injury left Drew with a severe stutter, limiting his chances of acting in front of the camera. Determined to move forward Drew turned to stand-up comedy and in 2015, he captured the hearts of America with his Golden Buzzer performance on Season 10 of America’s Got Talent. His performances landed him in the finals where he finished in second place. Tickets available: HERE(Also, on January 20 at 7:15pm).

 

Sunday, January 20, 2019

  • 8am: Fundraiser to benefit Surgery on Sunday at Cadence Fitness (cause): In partnership with Aspire Fitness, they are excited to be part of the pre-party for Sweat4Surgeries 4.0, a 25-hour fitness event held to raise money for a great organization, Surgery On Sunday, Inc.They will be accepting donations during all classes on Saturday and Sunday, January 19th and 20th. All classes are included in membership with donations appreciated. Pay the drop-in rate and all proceeds will be donated to Surgery on Sunday!
  • 9am: Where the Wild Things Are – Maurice Sendak Art Exhibit at Lexington Public Library – Downtown (art): View fifty original artworks created by Maurice Sendak, including his first sketches for Where the Wild Things Are. Explore the jungle at the Central Library, rock in Max’s boat, win prizes in their digital scavenger hunt, dress the Night Kitchen Baby, and more!  Over thirty events will be held at the library and its branches, and its partners throughout the Bluegrass region. Fun for monsters of all ages! This exhibit has toured the country and is the first showing of its kind in our region. More details: HERE (Recurring everyday until January 27).
  • 10am: Yoga with Art at 21c Museum Hotel (fitness/health/wellness): Find your inner peace at 21c’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 every Sunday until October 6)
  • 10:30am: 1/2 PRICE MENU for Furloughed Government Employees at Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe (food): This Saturday and Sunday, Taziki’s and LM Communications wants to invite ALL furloughed government employees and their families to enjoy 50% our ENTIRE MENU at both Lexington locations. All you have to do is bring your government ID and let us know! (Also, on January 20).
  • 11am: Holiday Lights Recycling Drive at Pivot Brewing (cause): Come drop off broken or unwanted holiday lights!!! This includes string lights, rope lights and electric candles. You can also bring extension cords, timers, light sensors and power strips! Putting these items, or any electronics, in your blue recycling card can lead to equipment problems and delays at our recycling centers (Recurring everyday until January 20).
  • 11am: IP&J Cuban Food Popup At The Wild Fig Books and Coffee (food): Every Sunday at The Wild Fig come grub on some authentic Cuban food and enjoy the only Black owned/community co-op bookstore/coffee shop in Kentucky. More details: HERE.
  • 11am: Community Yoga at the Brake Pad Broomwagon Coffee + Bikes(fitness/health/wellness): Join Christina Morales and Broom Wagon coffee for a community donation based class 11am every Sunday! Bring your friends, mat, towel and water! (Recurring Sundays until February 24).
  • 11am: Toys For Tots Drive – Extended at Country Boy Brewing (cause): Help support Toys for Tots! They are EXTENDING the toy drive through JANUARY 31! Bring your donated toys the taproom and drop in the Toys for Tots bin. There will be drops at both taprooms! (Recurring everyday until February 1).
  • 12pm: Brunch at The Burl Arcade with Forage Food truck (food): Come brunch at The Burl Arcade on Sunday. Forage Food Truck will be on site with a special Sunday brunch menu and they will feature a Bloody Mary bar / mimosas / regular bar menu. 12pm to 4pm (kid friendly).
  • 2pm: Help Bailey Become a Service Dog at Painting With a Twist (art/cause): PWAT will donate $10 from your registration fee as well as all of the money from the silent auction to this great cause. (20 person minimum required) This event does require you to Preregister and all attendees must paint. Due to this event being a Fundraiser, Gift certificate will not be allowed as payment. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 2:30pm: Nights at the Algonquin Round Table at the Lexington Community Theatre: In the era of Flappers, Prohibition and Hot Jazz, the members of the Algonquin Round Table set the standard for a new kind of irreverent cultural comedy. Enter the new kid, determined to make a name for himself as a journalist by impressing the funniest and most famous writers on Broadway. It will take more than a sharp tongue to triumph in a battle of wits with notorious wise-crackers Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley and George S. Kaufman. Tickets available: HERE(Also, on January 25-26 at 8pm and January 27 at 2:30pm).
  • 3pm: Sunday Love! Pick Your Project at Board and Brush Lexington (art/crafts): Come and make a beautiful wooden sign for your home! Pick any sign from the gallery of over 200+ designs and you can 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! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 5pm: Pop Up Dinners at Best Friend Bar (food): Come by and party with some AMAZING food from local & regional chefs during our Pop Up Dinners at BFB this winter and spring! On January 21: Chef Chris Turner is a native of Eastern KY with a decade of restaurant experience. His cooking is influenced by his Appalachian upbringing, using local ingredients to create a modern approach of the cuisine from his childhood (Upcoming dinners: January 21, January 27, January 28, February 4, February 5, February 17, and February 18. More details: HERE).
  • 5:30pm: Open Mic at The Twisted Cork (music): Join The Twisted Cork weekly from 5:30pm to 8:30pm 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!
  • 7pm: Bedford Band / Rifletown / Aaron Boyd at The Burl (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7:15pm: Drew Lynch at Comedy Off Broadway (comedy): Originally from Indianapolis, Drew Lynch moved to Los Angeles at the age of 19 with aspirations of becoming an actor. While living in Los Angeles, a softball injury left Drew with a severe stutter, limiting his chances of acting in front of the camera. Determined to move forward Drew turned to stand-up comedy and in 2015, he captured the hearts of America with his Golden Buzzer performance on Season 10 of America’s Got Talent. His performances landed him in the finals where he finished in second place. Tickets available: HERE(Also, on January 20 at 7:15pm).
  • 8:30pm: The Big Bang Theory Trivia at Soundbar (games): The Big Bang Theory Trivia at Soundbar! Nerd Out with 5 rounds of trivia! Drink Specials All Night Long!
  • 9pm: Cindy/The Meatsweats/Bird Dog at The Green Lantern Bar (music): Live music!

 

Monday, January 21, 2019

  • 8am: Pure Barre Lex Open House at Purre Barre (health/fitness/wellness): Classes all day (5:45, 8:30, 9:30, 12:00, 4:30, 5:30, 6:30) will be FREE for any new client! Also, there will be door prizes, discount retail, special offers, and healthy food options provided. More details: HERE.
  • 9am: Where the Wild Things Are – Maurice Sendak Art Exhibit at Lexington Public Library – Downtown (art): View fifty original artworks created by Maurice Sendak, including his first sketches for Where the Wild Things Are. Explore the jungle at the Central Library, rock in Max’s boat, win prizes in their digital scavenger hunt, dress the Night Kitchen Baby, and more!  Over thirty events will be held at the library and its branches, and its partners throughout the Bluegrass region. Fun for monsters of all ages! This exhibit has toured the country and is the first showing of its kind in our region. More details: HERE (Recurring everyday until January 27).
  • 10am: MLK Day Holiday Celebration at Heritage Hall: Join the University of Kentucky and the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government for a day of events celebrating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The Freedom March will begin at 10am and the Commemorative Holiday Program will be held in Heritage Hall at 11am.
  • 10am: Planetarium Pop-Up from Dream to Discovery: Inside NASA at The Living Arts and Science Center (kid friendly): Join NASA’s engineers as they design, test, and launch today’s hottest missions into space. Witness the enormity of the new James Webb Space Telescope, the intensity of Goddard Space Flight Center’s testing facilities, and the excitement of the New Horizons mission to Pluto. From blueprint to blastoff, experience how unmanned space flight is pushing the frontiers of human exploration to the very edges of the universe! $4 admission (Also, on January 21 at 2pm).
  • 10am: Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at Explorium of Lexington (kid friendly): Celebrate change in America and the many people who helped change our world. Stand at the podium and deliver Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous “I Have A Dream” speech, participate in our hands on community art project, and go on a historical scavenger hunt through the museum to discover famous African Americans! Activities are free with Museum admission and children are free on this day. Adults are $9 and tickets may be purchased at the door. (There must be 1 adult for every 3 children)
  • 11am: Toys For Tots Drive – Extended at Country Boy Brewing (cause): Help support Toys for Tots! They are EXTENDING the toy drive through JANUARY 31! Bring your donated toys the taproom and drop in the Toys for Tots bin. There will be drops at both taprooms! (Recurring everyday until February 1).
  • 11am: Dine Out for Dreams at Sedona Taphouse (cause/food): It went so well in November, that the Lexington Dream Factory and Sedona Taphouse are partnering again in January to Dine out for Dreams. Every Monday guests can purchase a $7 8oz Black Angus Flat Iron Steak (regular price $17.90) and $1 will be donated to the Lexington Dream Factory! Eat a great meal and help grant dreams while doing it. (Also, on January 21 and January 28).
  • 11am: IP&J MLK day Pop Up + Documentaries At The Wild Fig (food): They will be featuring documentaries and discussions as well as authentic handmade Cuban food at Kentucky’s only Black owned/workers co-op book store and coffee shop.
  • 11:30am: Shakti Vinyasa at YOGA at The Massage Center in Dudley Square (fitness/health/wellness): Inspired by Shakti, the divine energy of creation, this class is a powerful blend of breath, meditation, strength building and dynamic vinyasa flow. This class is designed to bring to balance masculine and feminine, strength and surrender. Shakti Vinyasa creates a powerful container (masculine) through intelligent alignment and challenging postures, then allows the divine feminine to flow through breath, grace, and focus. More details: HERE(Recurring Mondays until February 27).
  • 12:30pm: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: A Community Celebration at the Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning: FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC (No registration necessary) Event is best suited for families with children ages 3-18. After the downtown MLK march, head to the Carnegie Center to honor the legacy of Dr. King. Join us for lunch and an inspirational speech by community activist, writer, and Executive Director of Step By Step, Tanya Torp. Participate in activities and workshops centered around visual art with Bryce Oquaye, drumming with Joan Brannon, and poetry with Angel C. Dye. Families will also have the opportunity to engage in a service learning project. Every child will take home a free brand new book! Multiple titles and reading levels will be available.
  • 2pm: Planetarium Pop-Up from Dream to Discovery: Inside NASA at The Living Arts and Science Center (kid friendly): Join NASA’s engineers as they design, test, and launch today’s hottest missions into space. Witness the enormity of the new James Webb Space Telescope, the intensity of Goddard Space Flight Center’s testing facilities, and the excitement of the New Horizons mission to Pluto. From blueprint to blastoff, experience how unmanned space flight is pushing the frontiers of human exploration to the very edges of the universe! $4 admission (Also, on January 21 at 2pm).
  • 3pm: $5 Burger and Brat Mondays at World Of Beer (food): Every Monday join WOB for $5 Burgers or Brats, with your choice of fries, slaw or tots! Dine in only! (Recurring Mondays until April 30).
  • 5pm: Pop Up Dinners at Best Friend Bar (food): Come by and party with some AMAZING food from local & regional chefs during our Pop Up Dinners at BFB this winter and spring! On January 21: Chef Chris Turner is a native of Eastern KY with a decade of restaurant experience. His cooking is influenced by his Appalachian upbringing, using local ingredients to create a modern approach of the cuisine from his childhood (Upcoming dinners: January 27, January 28, February 4, February 5, February 17, and February 18. More details: HERE).
  • 5:30pm: International Hour Burger Meet-up at BRU Burger Bar (networking): Join for burgers! The menu also includes a number of vegetarian and vegan options. Whether you’re new to Lexington, have lived here for years, or are a native Kentuckian, the Lexington International Hour regulars look forward to talking with you!
  • 6pm: Message Theater Presents: The Mountaintop at The Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center: The Lyric and Message Theater are proud to present Katori Hall’s, ‘The Mountaintop.’ The Mountaintop is a fictional depiction of the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.’s last night on earth set entirely in Room 306 of the Lorraine Motel on the eve of his assassination in 1968. Doors open at 5:00 pm, and the show will begin at 6:00 pm. This is a FREE event.
  • 7pm: Donation Based Yoga at Ethereal Brewing (fitness/health/wellness): Come to Ethereal every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month at 7pm for donation-based Yoga with OMmaggi! Tips for the awesome instructor are greatly appreciated (Also, on January 21 at 7pm).
  • 7pm: Beers Beets Battlestar The Office Trivia at Rock House Brewing (games): Know your Diversity Day from your Dundies? Who got married at Phyllis’ wedding? Are you a little stitious? Well don’t be an ignorant sl**, come on out for The Office Trivia night, where it’s easy to get your team in, but near impossible for it to rise up. TWSS.
  • 7pm: Trivia Monday at World of Beer (games): Trivia teams assemble! Or play by yourself. Its your world, they just provide the trivia! Play to win awesome prizes each week! WOB also has $5 burgers and brats! You can’t beat that! (Recurring Mondays until April 29).
  • 7pm: DJ Rice and Friends at J. Render’s Southern Table & Bar (music): DJ Rice is hosting his very own jam session every Monday at J. Render’s. Come on out and hear everything from country to rock to blues and you never know who might be showing up to play with him.(Recurring Mondays until March 25).
  • 7pm: Wandering Storytellers January at Joseph-Beth Booksellers: The featured teller will open the evening in the Bistro Private Dining Room with 25 – 30 minutes of storytelling. Then, it’s open mic time when anyone is allowed to tell a brief story. Depending upon the number of open mic tellers, the featured teller will close the evening with more stories for approximately 15 minutes. All evenings end by 8:45; some end a bit earlier when there are few open mic participants. More details: HERE.
  • 8pm: Trivia Nights at Best Friend Bar (games): Co-hosted by Local Trivia Action and Best Friend Bar. Trivia has fun prizes and is completely free to play! First place, second place, and third place get a prize. It’s at a bar, too, so you can drink, which is a great add on (Recurring Mondays until April 15).
  • 8pm: Lexington Musician’s Showcase at Al’s Bar (music): Give up those resolutions and come hangout at the most inclusive event at the most inclusive bar in Lexington! As always the music starts at 8pm followed by OPEN MIC welcome to all genres & skill levels! FREE EVENT!

 

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

  • 9am: Where the Wild Things Are – Maurice Sendak Art Exhibit at Lexington Public Library – Downtown (art): View fifty original artworks created by Maurice Sendak, including his first sketches for Where the Wild Things Are. Explore the jungle at the Central Library, rock in Max’s boat, win prizes in their digital scavenger hunt, dress the Night Kitchen Baby, and more!  Over thirty events will be held at the library and its branches, and its partners throughout the Bluegrass region. Fun for monsters of all ages! This exhibit has toured the country and is the first showing of its kind in our region. More details: HERE (Recurring everyday until January 27).
  • 10am: Pre-K Art Day at The Living Arts and Science Center (art/crafts): 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 (Recurring Tuesdays until March 26).
  • 11am: Blu Sol Vegan Pop-Up at Wild Figs Coffee and Books (books): Join Chef Indego for Blu Sol Electric Kitchen’s Vegan Pop-up every Tuesday at The Fig! This Tuesday will be the Avo-Taco Bar with a 3 for $5 special (Recurring every Tuesday until February 26).
  • 11am: Toys For Tots Drive – Extended at Country Boy Brewing (cause): Help support Toys for Tots! They are EXTENDING the toy drive through JANUARY 31! Bring your donated toys the taproom and drop in the Toys for Tots bin. There will be drops at both taprooms! (Recurring everyday until February 1).
  • 12pm: Toolin’ Tuesday! Pick Your Project at Board and Brush Lexington (art/crafts): Come and make a beautiful wooden sign for your home! Pick any sign from their gallery of over 200+ designs and you can will 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! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 4pm: Kids Eat Free on Tuesday Nights at Pietana (food): Every Tuesday, bring your family & kids eat free! Kids will receive a Chef Liam’s Favorite small cheese pizza & beverage with each adult purchase. We’ll be playing your favorite cartoons & music videos from 4-6 but serving up pies until 11 pm! Join us weekly for a family-friendly evening! (Recurring Tuesdays until June 11).
  • 4:30pm: Taco Tuesday at Minglewood (food): Join Minglewood every Tuesday for new tacos!! Share 4 for $12 and pitchers of margaritas for $20!! (Recurring Tuesdays until April 30).
  • 5pm: Cosmic Arcade : The Lab – Winter Season at Al’s Bar (games): Welcome to the Lab : Winter Season! Al’s Bar has every date laid out through the winter finals. They are going to run the following games (seen HERE). BRING YOUR OWN CONTROLLER. THIS EVENT IS ALL AGES! (Also, on February 12, and February 26).
  • 5pm: Park and a Pint at Lexington Brewing & Distilling at Kentucky Ale (alcohol): They’ve got you covered for parking for the home games at Rupp! You can park at their brewery and distillery parking lot and grab a pint before the game! Their lot will be open two hours before tip-off and will be closed to new cars 10 minutes before tip-off. $10 per car. Spots guaranteed for the first 25 cars. Those 21+ will receive a “parking pint” of beer with valid ID (Also, on January 26, February 5, February 12, February 16, and February 26).
  • 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. $15 Drop In (Recurring Tuesdays until October 29).
  • 6pm: Drawing + Painting at Create Art + Play Studio (art/crafts): Students will learn to experiment with a variety of tools and gain an artist’s understanding of color theory. They will learn the fundamentals of drawing and painting such as value, texture, and perspective. Students will create studies utilizing their own ideas and learn how to bring these ideas to life on a larger scale canvas. $60. Tickets available: HERE (Recurring every Tuesday until January 29).
  • 6pm: Cheese 101 Class at wine + market (food/class): January is a great month to try new things! If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed by our cheese case, or if you just want to learn a little bit more about cheese in general, this is the class for you! You’ll sample 7 different cheeses from all over the world. Bring a friend, grab a glass of wine, a learn a little bit about everyone’s favorite dairy based snack! $20 per person. Please RSVP at (859) 225-0755.
  • 6:30pm: Free Yoga at The Burl (health/fitness/wellness): Come get centered with with Christina Morales at The Burl for Happy Hour Yoga. FREE EVENT.
  • 6:30pm: Tuesday Yoga at Voices of Hope (fitness/health/wellness): Join us for free yoga at our Recovery Community Center (450 Old Vine Street) every Tuesday. Take some time out of your day just for you — to focus on your health, wellness, and recovery! Bring a towel and water. Mats will be provided (Recurring Tuesdays until December 17).
  • 7pm: Kentucky Wildcats Men’s Basketball vs. Mississippi State University Bulldogs Men’s Basketball at Rupp Arena (sports): All patrons require a ticket, regardless of age. Ticket limits may change prior to the on sale. If accessible seating is sold out, please contact the UK Ticket Office at (800) 928-2287 during ticket office hours of 9 AM to 4 PM ET. Resale tickets are available from other fans and prices are determined by the seller, not the University of Kentucky. Additional inventory from the student allotment may be released at a later date. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 7pm: 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 until August 27).
  • 7pm: Karaoke Night at bd’s Mongolian Grill – Nicholasville Road: Come to the Mongo Bar at bd’s every Tuesday for Karaoke Night. Enjoy $1 domestic draft pints, $4 Fireball shots and $4 Jager Bombs (Recurring Tuesdays until December 31).
  • 7pm: Wildcat Watch Party at Whiskey Bear (sports): It’s Game Day, so come to Whiskey Bear to cheer on the CATS! See drink specials: HERE.
  • 7pm: Trivia Tuesdays at Ethereal Brewing (games): Enjoy a brew or two and flex that good, good gray matter with some Trivia at Ethereal! Join us at 7 PM on Tuesdays for the chance to earn yourself some cash (and bragging rights) in the process (Also, on January 29).
  • 7:30pm: Open Mic Night at The Burl: Open Mic Night at The Burl hosted by Chris Floyd & Mark Cornelison every OTHER Tuesday after our free weekly yoga! All music / art welcome. FREE.
  • 8pm: Music Bingo at Drake’s (games): Come play music bingo and win prizes! A fun take on traditional bingo. Players are given a bingo card where numbers have been replaced with song names, music titles or both. There’s a winner every game and it’s Pint Night with $3 pints of Drake’s Lager and Beer of the Month! (Recurring Tuesdays until April 23).
  • 10pm: GIANT Connect 4 Tournament at Soundbar (games): The Tournament starts at 10pm. Sign in at the bar! CASH PRIZES for 1st and 2nd Place. NO COVER. They also have Pong, Giant Jenga, Cornhole, N64, PS4, and Nintendo Wii systems, so start practicing, because there are more tournaments coming every Tuesday!

 

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

  • 9am: Where the Wild Things Are – Maurice Sendak Art Exhibit at Lexington Public Library – Downtown (art): View fifty original artworks created by Maurice Sendak, including his first sketches for Where the Wild Things Are. Explore the jungle at the Central Library, rock in Max’s boat, win prizes in their digital scavenger hunt, dress the Night Kitchen Baby, and more!  Over thirty events will be held at the library and its branches, and its partners throughout the Bluegrass region. Fun for monsters of all ages! This exhibit has toured the country and is the first showing of its kind in our region. More details: HERE (Recurring everyday until January 27).
  • 11am: Toys For Tots Drive – Extended at Country Boy Brewing (cause): Help support Toys for Tots! They are EXTENDING the toy drive through JANUARY 31! Bring your donated toys the taproom and drop in the Toys for Tots bin. There will be drops at both taprooms! (Recurring everyday until February 1).
  • 5:30pm: Beyond Mac & Cheese: Tween Cooking Class at Lexington Public Library – Beaumont Branch (food/class): Tweens are invited to learn how to make a simple pasta meal the whole family can enjoy! This program will be offered again on Wednesday, January 23 at 5:30pm to 6:30pm at the Beaumont Branch. For ages 9-12. Register: HERE.
  • 6pm: Sewing, Textiles, and Weaving at Create art + play studio (art/crafts): Learn to sew, weave and so much more in this textile and weaving based class. They’ll work on several kinds of looms and make stuffed animals. For ages 6-13. $60. Tickets available: HERE(Recurring every Wednesday until January 30).
  • 6pm: Wednesdays at Louie’s Wine Dive (music): Enjoy Ronn’s bluesy Memphis stylings of hundreds of songs with dinner and drinks at one of Lexington’s finest restaurants every Wednesday evening in January! (Recurring every Wednesday until January 30).
  • 6pm: Basics of Winter Birdfeeding at the Lexington Public Library – Village Branch: Allen Kingsland of Wild Birds Unlimited will bring a selection of birdfeeders, food and shelters that will suit our Central Kentucky feathered friends. Learn what sort of birds you can expect at your backyard feeder, and how to protect them over the winter. If you’re a novice hoping to get started, or an old hand looking for some advice, you’ll want to join to come to learn more.
  • 6pm: Family Trivia at Shake Shack (games): Join Shake Shack for family trivia at Shake Shack in the Summit. Questions for players of all ages!
  • 6:30pm: Cover to Cover presented by Premiere Dance at The Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center: A collection of dances based on storybooks and fairytales. You can purchase tickets at the Lyric Theater or tickets are available: HERE.
  • 7pm: Trivia at The Burl Arcade (games): Pub style trivia at The Burl Arcade every Wednesday from 7pm to 9pm – win tickets for your team to see any show at The Burl + a roll of quarters!
  • 10pm: TV Theme Song Karaoke at Soundbar (music): TV Theme Song Karaoke at Soundbar! Full House – Cheers – Family Matters – Step by Step – Lots of TV Themes that you grew up on that we can all sing together! Sing anything you want, we’ll have our full Karaoke library available, and a special list of suggestions!

 

Thursday, January 24, 2019

  • 9am: Where the Wild Things Are – Maurice Sendak Art Exhibit at Lexington Public Library – Downtown (art): View fifty original artworks created by Maurice Sendak, including his first sketches for Where the Wild Things Are. Explore the jungle at the Central Library, rock in Max’s boat, win prizes in their digital scavenger hunt, dress the Night Kitchen Baby, and more!  Over thirty events will be held at the library and its branches, and its partners throughout the Bluegrass region. Fun for monsters of all ages! This exhibit has toured the country and is the first showing of its kind in our region. More details: HERE (Recurring everyday until January 27).
  • 11am: WHAT – World of Beer Heroes Appreciation Thursdays (cause): Police officers, Fire fighters, EMS, Doctors, Nurses, active duty, veterans, or reserves, we appreciate your service. Every Thursday enjoy 20% off your tab. Dine in only, discount with valid ID/Badge (Recurring every Thursday until May 30).
  • 12pm: Crafty Thursday! Pick Your Project at Board and Brush Lexington (art/crafts): Come and make a beautiful wooden sign for your home! Pick any sign from their gallery of over 200+ designs and you can 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! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 12pm: Elemental Cowl KAL at ReBelle (art/crafts): The first knit along of 2019 will be the Elemental Cowl by Lavanya Patricella. This fair isle cowl is knitted in the round and then grafted to create a double-thick (and double warm) cowl. the pattern calls for four colors of dk weight yarn, but can be made with as few as two and as many as twelve it’s up to you and your imaginationAll ReBelle knit alongs are free and open to the public. You are welcome to attend as many or as few of the KAL sessions as you like (Recurring Thursdays until February 21).
  • 5pm: Chicken Soup with Rice at the Lexington Public Libary – Village Branch (food): Celebrate Sendak’s “Chicken Soup with Rice” in English and Spanish. Stories followed by a cooking demonstration. For families.
  • 5pm: Bourbon & Blankets at Hamburg Farms (cause): Come to Hamburg Farms for bourbon, treats, and more. To be entered to win a free bottle of bourbon (21+ ages apply), bring a blanket that we will be donating to a homeless shelter in Lexington!
  • 5:30pm: Flavors of Ghana Cooking Class at The Food Connection (food/class): Experience flavors of Ghana and try your hand at traditional recipes in this FREE class featuring guest chefs Doug Mullins, Rachel Gillespie, and Georegette Owusu-Amankwah.Registration is limited to current UK students only. Please email tanya.whitehouse@uky.edu to secure your seat.
  • 5:30pm: How Charming! A Kentucky Bride Event: Lexington 2019 at The Livery: How Charming! is Kentucky’s most loved bridal event and serves as a fresh alternative to the traditional bridal show. Wedding planning should be fun, fresh, and exciting! The finest of Kentucky wedding vendors come together in an environment that celebrates creativity and collaboration. Attendees mingle and mix with select wedding industry professionals in an intimate environment. There will be complimentary drinks and light bites, music, and a party atmosphere. Admission is $10. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 6pm: Ladies Night at Red Mile (games): Join Red Mile on Thursdays for Ladies Night with $2,000 worth of freeplay and prize drawings from 6-9PM, drink specials, and live entertainment! Eat, drink, and get lucky winning freeplay, purses, jewelry, gift cards, jackpots, and more! (Recurring every Thursday until January 31).
  • 6pm: Quick and Dirty Ramen with Chef Dan Wu at The Living Arts & Science Center (food): Want to learn to make a fast & easy ramen bowl from the creative mind behind Atomic Ramen? It’s easier than you think! Join chef Dan Wu as he walks you through all the creative ways to make this humble & versatile comfort food. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 6pm: Mixed Media at Create art + play studio (art/crafts): Paint, draw, collage, stamp, sculpt, glue! Mixed media include all types of art materials. In this class kids will learn to combine different art media to create totally original works of art. Age 6-13. $60 (Recurring every Thursday until January 30).
  • 6:30pm: Exploring Lexington’s Most Famous Cold Cases at the Lexington Public Library – Russell Cave Branch: Join a library expert for a riveting discussion about some of Lexington’s most famous unsolved murders.
  • 6:30pm: Kentucky Wildcats Women’s Basketball vs. Mizzou Tigers Women’s Basketball at Rupp Arena (sports): For reserved seating areas, all patrons require a ticket, regardless of age. Upper level bleacher seating is general admission and children under 6 years old will be admitted free. For accessible seating, please contact the UK Ticket Office at (800) 928-2287 during box office hours of 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM ET. Tickets available: HERE.
  • 6:30pm: Fox Portrait Drawing at Michael’s – Hamburg (art/crafts/class): In this 2-hour beginner class you will master classic drawing techniques with step-by-step instructions demonstrated by your certified Grumbacher instructor to create this drawing.Supplies are not included. See list of supplies below. Class fee is $15.
  • 7pm: Irish Funeral Sandwiches Competiton at Failte Irish Shop (food): There is nothing like an Irish Funeral Sandwich! Do you think yours are the best? Let the wonderful (maybe not sober judges) be the judge of that! Come join the fun Irish wake!
  • 7pm: LFL + WRFL Present: Mississippi Records Screening & DJ Set at 21c Museum Hotel (art/music): A mix of film, audio, slides and lecture presented by Mississippi Records founder Eric Isaacson. This presentation attempts to tell the entire history of recorded music in 90 minutes — from the first star being born to the current age of bizarre technology.Subjects covered will include the cosmic patterns that resemble music generated by stars being born and dying, the untold early history of recording technology, the rise of blues, rock and roll, and other revolutionary American music forms and their subsequent destruction by the powers that be, and some hopeful messages about the future. More details: HERE.
  • 7pm: Black Lens: Hollywood Shuffle at The Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center: The Lyric is pleased to announce our ‘Black Lens: Winter Film Series’ which showcases films that celebrate black cinema. From January 17 to February 28, every Thursday at 7:00 pm, The Lyric will be showing a film that is FREE and open to the public.
  • 7pm: August Burns Red / Fit For A King / Miss May I / Crystal Lake at Manchester Music Hall (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 8pm: Rayland Baxter at The Burl (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 9pm: Howling Giant with Blind Scryer & Swamp Hawk at The Green Lantern (music): Live music! Tickets available: HERE.
  • 9pm: Free Comedy Show at The Twisted Cork (comedy): There’s another free comedy show at The Twisted Cork. It’s the best comedy show that you’ll ever see through a drive thru liquor store!
  • 10pm: 90’s Dance Party at Soundbar (music): Taking it Back to the 90’s at Soundbar! Your Favorite 90’s Music with DJ Jay Jax! Wear your 90’s gear or come as you are! NO COVER – Drink Specials All Night Long!! (Recurring Thursdays until March 1).
  • 10pm: Andrew Scotchie & the River Rats at Best Friend Bar (music): Andrew Scotchie & the River Rats formed in Asheville NC as a street busking project in late 2011. Revered for their high energy live shows, dynamic musicianship & Scotchie’s larger than life stage presence, the band has continued to craft their hard driving style of rock n roll and are dedicated to building their musical family. Recently voted the # 1 rock n roll band in Western NC by Mountain Xpress Magazine Readers. The bands latest studio album “Family Dynamo” marks a new level of lyrical maturity and proves to be the best demonstration of their eclectic blend rock n roll, funk, blues and soul.
  • 10:30pm: Pub Night with Joel at Henry Clay’s Public House (music): No cover. Good tunes.

 

 

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Hey y'all! My name is Whitney, and I'm the founder of Fabulous in Fayette. I grew up and lived in Appalachia for 22 years. In 2008, I left my life in Appalachia behind, and have been living in Lexington ever since. I'm a Proud Kentuckian and am in love with my city of Lexington. It's seriously one of the best places to live!

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