9th Annual Burgin Fall Festival
Friday, Sept 5th 2014 @ 5pm ; Saturday, Sept 6th 2014 @ 9am ; Sunday, Sept 7th 2014 @ 11am
Come out for lots of fun and activities at the 9th Annual Burgin Festival.
For more info please call 265-7353
FEUD Part 2: FIREBRAND
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Jenny Wiley Theatre, 218 Second Street, Pikeville, KY
When a public argument between the Hatfields and McCoys turns bloody, the hot headed Tolbert McCoy runs away to escape certain death. An unlikely encounter with an eccentric inventor from New York and his domineering wife forces Tolbert to confront the demons of his past and prepare for what awaits him in the future. Don't miss the premiere of Feud Part 2: Firebrand. Audience rating: PG Cast: Robert Daniels, Mary Hussey, John Robertson Director: Kimberly Hover Willard
Holly Provance Doggett, 877-CALLJWT, firstname.lastname@example.org
FEUD Part 1
Jenny Wiley Theatre, 218 Second Street, Pikeville
The feud between the Hatfields and the McCoys has become a modern symbol of the perils of family honor, justice, and vengeance. FEUD Part 1 explores the forbidden love story between Johnse Hatfield and Roseanna McCoy. Set in 1881 in Pike County, KY, Johnse, Roseanna, and Paris McCoy have one fateful night to tell their stories. Truths are revealed, history is set in motion, and the legend begins. Audience rating: PG Cast: Robert Daniels, Mary Hussey, John Robertson Director: Kimberly Hover Willard
Holly Provance Doggett, Executive Director, Jenny Wiley Theatre, 877CALLJWT, email@example.com
Camp Nelson Civil War Days: Living History Event
Saturday, September 6, 2014, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sunday, September 7, 2014, 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park, Nicholasville
150th Anniversary of Camp Nelson as a recruitment station. Experience military & civilian life during the Civil War and a skirmish reenactment on one of the best-preserved Union Army Supply Depot and recruitment sites in the nation. Living historians tell the stirring story of Camp Nelson and its impact on not only the Civil War but on African-American History.
Peggy McClintock, (859) 881-5716
The Graffiti Run
9am - 11am
Kentucky Speedway, Sparta, KY
The Graffiti Run will be the most colorful day of your life. Bold statement, we know (especially if you lived through the 70′s or ever owned a hyper-color t- shirt), but just hear us out. First off, we use the term “run” loosely here at the Graffiti Run. Our 5K course is more about having a blast with friends and family than it is about busting out four-minute miles. So feel free to run, walk, dance, crawl, roll, piggy-back ride, or summersault your way through the color madness. Secondly, the no-six-pack-required course means the Graffiti Run is for EVERYONE (unless you hate color or smiling, then you are not invited). You will see green grand-parents next to pink college students. Yellow marathon runners alongside blue children. Orange moms next to purple unicorns*. We only have two rules: you must get absolutely drenched in color and have an amazing time.
Raising money for local charities! Check out the event location for more details.
The Graffiti run is currently offering 50% off registration for everyone included in the Kentucky Speedway email blast. Go to The Graffiti Run website and sign up for the Cincinnati, Louisville, and Lexington race. Type the code KSpeed50 when prompted during check out to redeem offer!!
Registration Website: https://www.thegraffitirun.com/locations/the-graffiti-run-cincinnati/
Ashley, 800-517-2990, firstname.lastname@example.org
Anderson County Community Theatre
8pm Friday & Saturday and 2pm Sunday
Anderson County High School
Catherine Partlow 502-600-0614
Eastminster Presbyterian Outdoor Gospel Sing
6pm - 8pm
Eastminster Presbyterian Church, 1161 Liberty Road, Lexington, KY 40505
Outdoor Gospel Singing by Various Groups. Free Admission, free food & door prizes. Bring a lawn Chair and your neighbors and friends!!
Steven Tutt, (859) 608-1108, email@example.com