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Current Events

  

EQUINE TREASURES OF THE BLUEGRASS

    April 16 – November 9: 9:00am – 5:00pm: Kentucky Horse Park: 4089 Iron Works Pky

   (859) 233-4303: http://www.kyhorsepark.com/ : Call for Pricing.

    The International Museum of the Horse, on the grounds of the Kentucky Horse Park, is

    featuring Equine Treasures of the Bluegrass from April 16, 2014 through November 9,

    2014.

 

    NEW WORKS, INC THEATRE’S READING SERIES

   July 28: 6:30pm: Lexington Public Library: 140 E. Main St:

   859-231-5500: http://www.lexpublib.org/ : Tickets are Free

    New Works, Inc. Theatre is pleased to announce its 3 Mondays in July Reading Series. On

   July 14, we will present The Fly Who Loved Me by Christopher Soucy and Dudley Stone

   and But Is It Art? by Dudley Stone. On July 21, we will present Sorrow's End by Nathaniel

   Lachenmeyer. On July 28, we will present OkayBetterBest by Michael Weems. Admission

   is free to the public. All performances are at 6:30 at the Lexington Public Library Farish

   Theater at 140 East Main Street in Lexington, KY.

 

   SUNDAY ON MONDAY – “THE ANOINTED CENTRAL KENTUCKY MASS CHOIR”

   July 28: 6:30pm: Rosemont Baptist Church: 556 Rosemont Garden:

   (859) 277-6147:  http://www.rosemontbc.net/ : Entry is Free.

    Our Sunday on Monday series continues with special music from The Anointed Central

    Kentucky Mass Choir from Now Faith Worship Center. 6:30pm. Fellowship following.

 

   WANDERING STORYTELLERS

   July 28: 7:00pm: Lexington Public Library: 140 E. Main St:

   859-231-5500: http://www.lexpublib.org/ : Tickets are Free.

   Wandering Storytellers presents Bill Watson

   Plus open-mic story telling Monday June 30th 7:00 – 8:45 pm

   The Lexington Public Library, Farish Theater

   140 East Main Street, Lexington, KY $5.00 suggested donation at door

   Wandering Storytellers events help support the Kentucky Storytelling Association, a    

   501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to developing on-going support and appreciation

   for storytelling in the Commonwealth