11am - 3pm
Perry county public library 289 black gold blvd hazard ky 41701
Local authors will be at the library to discuss and sign their books
Montgomery County Fair
Montgomery County Fair will begin July 28th and end August 2nd. Gate admission is $10, this will cover entertainment and midway. The entertainment is brought to you by Murray Brothers Shows
Saturday, July 26
Pre Teen Miss, Miss Teen, and Miss
Monday, July 28
FFA & Vo Ag divisions entered
Baby Show (Girls Night)
Large Car Demolition Derby
Tuesday, July 29
Baby Show (Boys Night)
Small Car Demolition Derby
Wednesday, July 30
Tiny Miss and Mr. Pageant
Little Prince and Princess Pageant
Little Mr. and Miss Pageant
Truck Tug-O- War
Market Hog Show
Thursday, July 31
Beef Cattle Show
Friday, August 1
Truck and Tractor Pull
Saturday, August 2
Kids in the Races
Truck and Tractor pull
Lexington Restaurant Week 2014
Call For Time
Lexington Restaurant Week is back. The citywide culinary celebration, now in its second year, will take place July 24−August 2 and features 59 locally owned restaurants.
The 10-day event encourages locals and visitors to explore the many fine-dining opportunities that Lexington’s growing cuisine scene has to offer at an affordable, fixed price of $25. Depending on the restaurant, guests will be offered either a multicourse dinner or a two-can-dine deal. Diners can expect a cross-cultural culinary experience with a variety of dishes prepared by locally and nationally recognized chefs.
Connie Jo Miller, Group CJ/Restaurant Week headquarters
p. (859) 231-8666
Hearing Health Event: Sponsored by Zounds Hearing of Lexington
Council Oaks Assisted Living 111 Coconut Grove Dr, Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356
On Monday, July 28th, Zounds Hearing of Lexington is proud to present a Hearing Health Event with a lively performance of music and games by Tony Lovello, Master Accordionist.
After the performance, come join the team at Zounds Hearing of Lexington for an informative presentation about hearing health. Hear the benefits of addressing hearing loss. Meet the staff who are dedicated to improving the quality of life for the hearing challenged.
Ellen Engelman at 859 278-1109
Vacation Bible School @ Wooton Baptist Church
6pm - 8pm
First Baptist Church of Wooton
Agency D3 Discover Decide and Defend I Peter 3:15
Debbie Howard, Director 606-275-9031
Kentucky Families with Food Allergies Support Group Meeting
Lexington Public Library Beaumont Branch
Support group meeting for parents of children with severe food allergies. Topic: Update on FARE's National Food Allergy Conference including latest research, food labeling, school information, and FARE's new programs
Laura Jackson, Coordinator
3 Mondays in July Play Reading Series
Lexington Public Library (Main Branch) Farish Theater
A series of three staged readings of new plays.
New Works, Inc., Dudley Stone (literary manager), 381-9011
Vacation Bible School
6:00pm - 8:45pm
Meta Baptist Church--8807 Meta Highway, Pikeville, KY 41501
Vacation Bible School
Meta Baptist Church Office-606-631-1194
Landscape/Mindscape: Selections from the Wells Fargo Collection
Tues.-Sun.: noon -5 and Fri noon-8
UK Art Museum, 405 Rose Street, Lexington, KY
exhibition of contemporary art
dorothy freeman: 859.257.5717
Hospice of the Bluegrass - Frankfort
643 Teton Trail, Frankfort, Ky
Hospice of the Bluegrass - Frankfort will offer a volunteer training/orientation on Monday, July 28, from 6-9 p.m. at 643 Teton Trail, Frankfort, Ky. There are volunteer opportunities for everyone at Hospice of the Bluegrass. Become a volunteer and start making a difference today. To register, please contact Shellie at firstname.lastname@example.org or (502) 223-1744. Dinner will be provided to registered participants only.
Director of Annual Giving and Public Relations
Hospice of the Bluegrass
2312 Alexandria Dr.
Lexington, KY 40504
(859) 276-4404 (office)
(859) 230-1205 (cell)
Shillito Park Football Sign Ups!
Email Brian Smith Shillitowildcats10U@gmail.com for time
Lexington, KY - Dunbar Community Center or at http://www.lexingtonky.gov/index.aspx?page=208
REGISTRATION FEE $55.00 per participant
Scholarships are available upon request with income eligibility provided. At the time of registration new participants must provide proof of age and scholarship applicants must provide income eligibility information unless previously submitted in 2013. Payment is also due at the time of registration. Registrations are accepted by mail-in, drop-off and on-line. Drop-off registrations are accepted during regular business hours.
Athletics Office in the Dunbar Community Center,
545 N. Upper Street
(Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm).
Shillitowildcats10U@gmail.com - Brian Smith