The Nightingale (Bluegrass Youth Ballet)
October 24th 7pm ; Otober 25th 3pm and 7pm
UK Singletary Center for the Arts (Lexington, KY)
New, original ballet by Bluegrass Youth Ballet Director, Adalhi Aranda Corn. The Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale is brought to life through dance! The Emperor of China is enchanted by the song of the nightingale! When given a mechanical bird, all interest is lost in the real nightingale, and she escapes the palace. The overused mechanical bird breaks down. A few years later the Emperor is deathly ill, and the real nightingale returns to recover the Emperor's health with her beautiful song.
Jennifer Levine (Bluegrass Youth Ballet)
Bark For Life
3pm - 7pm
Scott County Park, 1130 Cincinatti Road, Georgetown, KY 40324
In partnership with the Scott County 4-H Dog Club, the Relay For Life of Scott County invites you to bring the kids and your four-legged friends for an afternoon of fun to support the fight against cancer.
Events will include:
Food Vendors, Entertainment, Dog Costume Contest, Dog Games & Demonstrations, Kid’s Activities, Cancer Survivor Recognition Ceremony, Luminaria and Walk, Sky Lantern Release.
Registration begins at 3 PM; Walk Begins at 4 PM. $15 pre-registration, $10 for each additional dog/ $20 day-of-event registration, $15 for each additional dog
To register, go to www.relayforlife.org/barkscottcoky.
Meredith Moody, 859-391-1227
R.C. May Photography Lecture Series: LAUREL NAKADATE
UK Art Museum, 405 Rose St., Lexington, KY
Bluegrass Farmers’ Market to open second location at AZUR Restaurant & Patio this spring
9:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.
3070 Lakecrest Circle Lexington, Ky 40513
The Bluegrass Farmers’ Market will add a second location at AZUR Restaurant & Patio, 3070 Lakecrest Circle, Suite 550, beginning Saturday, May 10. The weekly event, continuing each Saturday through mid-October from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., will take place on AZUR’s spacious stone brick patio as an alternate destination for the only farmers’ market in Lexington with 100% locally-grown products.
All vendors of the Bluegrass Farmer’s Market are members of the Kentucky Proud program and all fruit and vegetable farmers are Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) certified. Offerings will include meat, squash, potatoes and homemade soap, among a multitude of other seasonal items. Patrons are also invited to step into AZUR to enjoy a meal prepared by chef Jeremy Ashby with ingredients hand-picked from the market.
Guests may visit the original location at 3450 Richmond Rd. on Tuesdays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. or Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. beginning April 12. Both locations of the Bluegrass Farmers’ Market will close Oct. 25, or after the first killing frost. Admission is free.