2014 PASO FINO GRAND NATIONAL
September 29-October 4, 8am,
Kentucky Horse Park – 4089 Iron Works Pike
show and expo. Enjoy horse show competition as well as speed events.
OKTOBERFEST AT BLUE STALLION BREWING
September 25-October 5,
Times Vary, Blue Stallion Brewing – 610 W. Third Street
877-928-2337, www.bluestallionbrewing.com, Admission is FREE!
Oktoberfest celebration featuring locally made Oktoberfest beer, Bavarian
pretzels, beer cheese, live music, corn hole and the best food trucks in
Lexington. Grab your lederhosen or dirndl and come celebrate the end of summer
at Blue Stallion Brewing! Times: Mon-Thurs 4pm; Fri-Sun 12pm.
September 9-30, Times Vary,
Central Christian Church – 205 East Short Street
859-271-2883, www.ontheverge.org, Admission: $27
Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing with its legendary wedding scene presented
by On The Verge. To enter into the spirit of the occasion, the audience, which
is always in the picture and frequently a part of the action, is requested to
arrive dressed in black and white. Times: Tues-Sat 7pm; Sun 2pm.
EQUINE TREASURES OF
June 9-October 19, 9am,
Kentucky Horse Park – 4089 Iron Works Parkway
859-233-4303, www.imh.org, Admission: Included in
Horse Park admission
International Museum of the Horse presents a new concept in special exhibitions
with its opening of Equine Treasures of the Bluegrass. Utilizing the museum’s
permanent exhibits and collections as its framework, as well as art and
artifacts from some of the Commonwealth’s leading museums, libraries and
private collectors, the exhibit is the most comprehensive exhibition ever
produced telling the fascinating story of the mystical bond between Kentuckians
and their horses.
September 30, 3pm, Richmond
Road-3450 Richmond Road
Farmers’ Market provides 100% locally grown/produced products. They grow,
raise, bake or make what they sell. You can purchase a wide assortment of
vegetables, flowers, herbs, fruit, farm fresh eggs, local honey, jams, soaps,
herb rub, baked goods and much more! Hours from 3pm to 6pm.
September 30, 7am, South
Broadway and Maxwell Street
Tuesday on South Broadway and Maxwell Street visit the Lexington Farmers’
Market! You can purchase home grown vegetables, herbs and spices, honey,
beeswax, candles, body care products, organic products, eggs and meat. Hours
between 7am and 4pm.