Whitesburg's Oktoberfest 2019
Oct
19
4:00 PM16:00

Whitesburg's Oktoberfest 2019

  • Main Street Whitesburg, KY 41858 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Make plans to attend this year's Oktoberfest in downtown Whitesburg on Saturday October 19th from 4 PM - 9PM.

Oktoberfest is a Fall Festival and UK Tailgate celebrated with:
* Live Music
* KY Craft Beers and Moonshine
* Food Specials in downtown restaurants
* Local vendors
* A Double Elimination Cornhole Tournament
* Pumpkin Painting/Carving
* Appalachia's Most Haunted Tours

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Carcassonne Square Dance
Oct
19
6:00 PM18:00

Carcassonne Square Dance

Carcassonne Community Center’s October square dance will be on Saturday, October 19, from 6:00-9:00 pm, presented by the Dixon Family. Music by Sunrise Ridge. Caller: Will Bowling. Admission: $5 Adults, $3 Students 6-18, Under 6 free with paying adult.

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The Battle of Leatherwood Reenactment
Oct
25
to Oct 27

The Battle of Leatherwood Reenactment

  • 526 KY Highway 699 Cornettsville, KY 41731 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This information was gathered from the Battle of Leatherwood Website, which can be viewed here for more information.

Once again, the Battle of Leatherwood Reenactment Committee is pleased to sponsor The Battle of Leatherwood Reenactment. This event commemorates the original battle of October 19, 1862. This year's reenactment will be held October 24, 25, and 26, 2014 on the original site at Cornettsville, Kentucky, graciously made available by Dr. Marion Miniard and family.

Everyone is welcome. There is no fee to participate or to watch the battles.

We sincerely hope that you will come and join us this year to make this a memorable weekend for the re-enactors and the spectators. You are truly our guest and we appreciate the time you take out of your busy schedule to share this time of remembering with us.

Additional activities include: School Days Living History on Friday, a Ladies Tea on Saturday, a Grand Military Ball to be held Saturday evening on the historic Calvary College Campus, and a Sunday Morning church service on the battlefield.

Sincerely,
The Battle of Leatherwood Committee

Kerry Crutcher is Chairman of the 
Battle of Leatherwood Reenactment Committee. 
You may call him at: (606) 653-8591

Email - kerry@tvscable.com

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Lights OUT at Mountain Mayhem.
Oct
27
7:00 PM19:00

Lights OUT at Mountain Mayhem.

YOU WON'T SEE THEM COMING BUT THEY WILL BE. YOU WON'T HAVE TO LOOK AT THE SCARY SCENES BUT THEY WILL BE THERE. FIND YOUR WAY THROUGH OUR LOCATION AND OUR MANIACS WITH ONLY ONE GLOW STICK WE PROVIDE FOR YOUR GROUP! IT'S LIGHT FOR YOU AND A BULLS-EYE FOR OUR LURKERS TO HONE IN ON YA! DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS SPECIAL END OF SEASON EVENT! ONLY 5.00!! GET ON IN HERE ONE MORE TIME...IT'S DIFFERENT WHEN YOU DO IT IN THE DARK!
Read our Know Before you Go section before coming to any event at Mountain Mayhem. You do not want to miss this! Tickets can be purchased in advance so that you can skip the line at the ticket window and head straight to the door!

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Carcassonne Square Dance
Nov
9
6:00 PM18:00

Carcassonne Square Dance

Carcassonne's Square Dance is known as the Commonwealth's oldest and longest-running community-sponsored square dance. Because of its unique style and history, Carcassonne is famous among square dance aficionados. Several books, magazine articles, and media stories mention Carcassonne as a square dance mecca. Admission prices have remained low, at $5 adults, $3 students 6-18, and children are free with paying adult. The community center offers home-cooked meals, snacks, souvenirs, and a playground for children. Members of the Carcassonne community are happy to give tours of the building and share its history. Dances are traditionally held on the second Saturday of each month, March through November, except October's dance is the third Saturday so the nearby community of Blackey can have its annual festival/ homecoming on the second weekend. This year, Our June date coincides with Appalshop's Seedtime on the Cumberland Festival, and a Carcassonne square dance has traditionally been a feature of this event, so the Carcassonne Council vote to designate the Seedtime dance as Carcassonne's own. It will be held at Appalshop in Whitesburg, KY, on June 8th, from 6-8 pm, with no admission charge. For all dances at Carcassonne, our doors open at 5:30, and dancing runs from 6-9 pm. Dances also feature a cakewalk or two, and we traditionally end with a Virginia Reel. We are working on a Carcassonne website, but until it comes, you can follow us on Facebook at "Carcassonne Community Center Activities," or Google "Carcassonne Square Dance" or "Carcassonne Big Set." In the immortal words of Lee Sexton, "Let's square dance!"

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Kingdom Come Marathon Through Little Shepherd Scenic Trail
Nov
16
4:00 PM16:00

Kingdom Come Marathon Through Little Shepherd Scenic Trail

Your next bucket list adventure. Experience one of nature's greatest feats while running the most challenging marathon of your life. Put your physical and mental tenacity to the test amidst a backdrop of stunning scenery and supportive locals lining the route. This is more than just a race. It is about rewarding your efforts and enjoying time together with friends and other running-minded spirits. Post race meal will be provided by Pine Mountain Grill.


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Tourism's 2nd  10K Turkey Trot & 2 Mile Gobble Wobble
Nov
23
11:00 AM11:00

Tourism's 2nd 10K Turkey Trot & 2 Mile Gobble Wobble

Get ready to trot like a turkey this November in Letcher County Tourism’s 2nd 10K Turkey Trot, 2 Mile Gobble Wobble & the Hold onto Your Tail Feathers Fun Run presented by double kwik.
The races will take place at the beautiful Raven Rock Golf Course on Saturday morning, November 23rd at 11 AM.
Prior to Nov. 23rd, registration is only $20 per person, increasing to $25 on the day of the event. Register with a group of 8 or more for only $15 per person.
Register by Nov. 8th, to guarantee a commemorative race shirt.

Finisher medals will be given to anyone who crosses the finish line. Placement medals,handcrafted by Rustic Rooster Custom Metal in Letcher County, will be awarded to the top three males and females to cross the finish line of the 10K Turkey Trot and 2 Mile Gobble Wobble,

This year, Tourism will also host a pasta packet pick-up party at the Pine at Raven Rock on Friday, November 22 from 5 PM - 8 PM. For only $5/ person, runners and walkers and their families can enjoy a pasta dinner that will help prepare them for the race ahead.

Participants who pre-register are encouraged to attend this event to pick up their bib and shirts prior to race day.
For more information, check out discoverletcher.com or Letcher County Tourism's Facebook page.
To contact tourism directly, email letchertourism@gmail.com or call (606)-634-1814.
All proceeds from the race will support the continued growth of Tourism in Letcher County & the Eastern Kentucky region.

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Dashing Thru the Glow 5K
Dec
14
5:00 PM17:00

Dashing Thru the Glow 5K

Join us for a run/walk thru the twinkling lights at Kingdom Come State Park. A little holiday fun for the whole family. Grab some hot chocolate and Christmas cookies form the gift shop and take a stroll though the beautifully lit park. Registration begins at 5:00 p.m, Run/Walk begins at 6:00 p.m.

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Appalachias Most Haunted
Oct
5
7:00 PM19:00

Appalachias Most Haunted

A guided walking tour through Whitesburg's Downtown Historic District, with stories about ghosts, murders and violent pasts.

This is an approximately one-hour walking tour through the Downtown Historic District, with stories about ghosts, murders and the sometimes violent past of Whitesburg. Tour begins at the back of the parking lot at the Farmer's Market. Admission $9.

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Paint a Piece of Letcher County: High Rock #2
Oct
1
6:00 PM18:00

Paint a Piece of Letcher County: High Rock #2

Join Letcher County Tourism at the Pine Mountain Grill on Tuesday, October 1st at 6 PM to "Paint a Piece of Letcher County" lead by Kenna Spears at Kenna's Creative Canvas.
On October 1st, participants will paint Pine Mountain's High Rock.
Painting will begin at 6 PM in the Grill's banquet room and light snacks will be provided.
The cost is $35 per painter with a portion of the proceeds going back to Tourism.
Seating is limited and pre-registration is required.
For more information email Tourism at letchertourism@gmail.com or call 606-634-1814.

Register here.

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Homes, Inc. 5th Annual Adopt-A-Duck Race
Sep
28
5:00 PM17:00

Homes, Inc. 5th Annual Adopt-A-Duck Race

The Ducks Are Ready! Are You?
The HOMES, Inc. 5th annual Adopt-A-Duck Race will be held on Saturday, September 28, 2019, at 5:00 p.m.
Ducks are now available to be adopted from our office at 65 Bentley Avenue in Whitesburg, KY.
All proceeds, exceeding the hard costs of the event, are designated to help offset our labor cost on future community projects for example our recent work on the overlooks.
If you would like to get your ducks before our “QUACK SHACK” booth opens during the Mountain Heritage Festival just stop by the office Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For more information please feel free to call us at 606-632-1717.
2019 ADOPT YOUR DUCK
$5.00 “Single Quack” 1 Duck
$25.00 “Quack Pack” 6 Ducks
$50.00 “Mega Quack” 12 Ducks + Free “DUCK TEAM” T-Shirt

2019 ADOPT A DUCK PRIZES
$500.00 1st PLACE PRIZE + “DUCK TEAM” T-SHIRT
$250.00 2ND PLACE PRIZE + “DUCK TEAM” T-SHIRT
$125.00 3RD PLACE PRIZE + “DUCK TEAM” T-SHIRT
4TH – 10TH PLACE PRIZE “DUCK TEAM” T-SHIRT
$125.00 LAST PLACE “UNLUCKY DUCK” PRIZE + “DUCK TEAM” T-SHIRT

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Combs Overlook Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & Dedication
Sep
27
3:00 PM15:00

Combs Overlook Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & Dedication

Letcher County Tourism invites you to attend the Combs Overlook Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Dedication Service on Friday, September 27th at 3 PM.

The Ceremony will be held at the newly constructed overlook in Jenkins and is located off of US Hwy 23 N, immediately past the Kentucky/Virginia State Line.

The site is dedicated to the late Kentucky State Trooper and Letcher County Native Bennett David Combs, in honor of the legacy he left behind.

So mark your calendars and make plans to join Tourism on Friday, September 27th at 3 PM for the Combs Overlook Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to enjoy the beautiful scenic views of Jenkins and celebrate the life of Trooper Bennett David Combs.

For more information email letchertourism@gmail.com

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Mountain Heritage Festival 2019
Sep
26
to Sep 28

Mountain Heritage Festival 2019

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2019
Arts and Crafts Tent opens noon-10PM
Contact Person: Connie Fields 606-634-1173

 Food Booths open 10AM -10PM
Contact Person: Phillip Hampton 633-4823

Carnival: opens 5:00pm

 ON STAGE/MUSIC : 5:30pm - Lip Sync Challenge - Night 1
6 pm - William Caudill and the Cross Country Bluegrass

7 pm - 7 South 
8 pm - Will Caudill & Rt. 7
9 pm - Midlife Crisis

 .  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2019
Arts and Crafts Tent opens 10AM -10PM
Contact Person: Connie Fields 606-634-1173

 Food Booths open 10AM -10PM
Contact Person: Phillip Hampton 633-4823

 Craft Demonstrator Tent opens 10AM -8PM
Featuring: Hand-made baskets and stools, brooms
Woodcarving w/ mallet, chisel 
Knife pottery, spinning, and more                    

 Stage Entertainment: 5:30pm - Lip Sync Challenge- Night 2
6 pm - Durt Famous
7:30pm - Down on the River
9 pm - Kaitlyn Baker

 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2019

Arts and Crafts Tent opens 10AM -10PM
Contact Person: Connie Fields 606-634-1173

 Food Booths open 10AM -10PM
Contact Person: Phillip Hampton 633-4823

 Craft Demonstrator Tent opens 10AM -8PM

Featuring Wood Carving, Pottery, Spinning, and more

 CARNIVAL: opens after the parade
Parade
Opening Ceremonies 10:00 AM  in front of courthouse
*
Civil War Soldiers of the Ben E. Camp #1629 will fire the cannon to start the largest parade in Eastern Kentucky

 Parade Begins 11:00 AM
Contact Patricia Lewis  at  606-633-9184 and leave a message
Parade Units , floats, walking units and all other parade entries  must complete an application in order to be judged in competition. Applications are available at Whitaker Bank and Community Trust Bank in Whitesburg

5 pm - Adopt Your Duck Race on Main Street Bridge 
Stage Entertainment
1:30 pm
- Parade Awards
3 pm -   Still Water Band 
4:30pm - Blue Stone Mystic
5:30pm - Lip Sync Challenge- Finale
6 pm - Pure and Simple Band
8 pm -  HALFWAY TO HAZARD


 

 

 

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Meet the Author Daniela Petrova
Sep
24
6:00 PM18:00

Meet the Author Daniela Petrova

  • Harry M. Caudill Memorial Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Accomplished New York City-based writer Daniela Petrova will be visiting Whitesburg to share her debut novel, Her Daughters Mother.

Join us at Harry M. Caudill Memorial Library at 6 PM or Cane Kitchen at 7 PM to meet Petrova, have your book signed and enjoy light refreshments with fellow book lovers.

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Screenwriting For Beginners
Sep
21
12:00 PM12:00

Screenwriting For Beginners

Learn basics of screenwriting
How to set a tone
How to build a scene
hear tips from inside the writer's room

Jesse Harris is a native of Harlan County, Kentucky, and will happily spend all day talking about life in Appalachia. After graduating from Georgetown College, Jesse wrote and produced an award-winning independent feature, Surviving Guthrie, at night, while spending the days working in a bank. Since receiving an MFA from Emerson College, Jesse directed another short (2012’s Sour Notes), and moved to Los Angeles, beginning a career in television. Jesse most recently wrote for Marvel’s Jessica Jones.

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Starting & Financing Your Business
Sep
18
9:00 AM09:00

Starting & Financing Your Business

Gain a better understanding of the steps to set your business up for success and the financial basics to track your progress with this FREE workshop led by MACED Project Specialist Amy Williams and Women’s Business Center of Kentucky Director Phyllis Alcorn.

Location: CANE Kitchen

Register online at www.tinyurl.com/Y2D4MVZV or call (859) 671-0222 for details.

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Carcassonne Square Dance
Sep
14
6:00 PM18:00

Carcassonne Square Dance

Carcassonne's Square Dance is known as the Commonwealth's oldest and longest-running community-sponsored square dance. Because of its unique style and history, Carcassonne is famous among square dance aficionados. Several books, magazine articles, and media stories mention Carcassonne as a square dance mecca. Admission prices have remained low, at $5 adults, $3 students 6-18, and children are free with paying adult. The community center offers home-cooked meals, snacks, souvenirs, and a playground for children. Members of the Carcassonne community are happy to give tours of the building and share its history. Dances are traditionally held on the second Saturday of each month, March through November, except October's dance is the third Saturday so the nearby community of Blackey can have its annual festival/ homecoming on the second weekend. This year, Our June date coincides with Appalshop's Seedtime on the Cumberland Festival, and a Carcassonne square dance has traditionally been a feature of this event, so the Carcassonne Council vote to designate the Seedtime dance as Carcassonne's own. It will be held at Appalshop in Whitesburg, KY, on June 8th, from 6-8 pm, with no admission charge. For all dances at Carcassonne, our doors open at 5:30, and dancing runs from 6-9 pm. Dances also feature a cakewalk or two, and we traditionally end with a Virginia Reel. We are working on a Carcassonne website, but until it comes, you can follow us on Facebook at "Carcassonne Community Center Activities," or Google "Carcassonne Square Dance" or "Carcassonne Big Set." In the immortal words of Lee Sexton, "Let's square dance!"

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 "The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek" -  Book Signing
Sep
8
2:00 PM14:00

"The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek" - Book Signing

The Blackey Public Library is hosting a book signing by Kim Michele Richardson, award winning 
Kentucky author of "The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek". It will be held at the Blackey Community 
Center on Sunday, Sept. 8 from 2-3 pm. She will be discussing her book about the Eastern Kentucky 
horse librarians and the blue people of the area in the 1930's. There will be copies of the book 
available for purchase there.

The event is free and all are invited and encouraged to attend. For more information call 
606-633-4013.

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Autism Parent Workshop
Sep
5
9:00 AM09:00

Autism Parent Workshop

Educators, parents, and administrators are invited and will leave this regional workshop with materials in hand to transform their environment to meet the needs of children and pre-teens with autism. Participants will begin the day looking at the red flags for autism and addressing the needs associated with the triad of characteristics of children and pre-teens with autism. Strategies based in evidence-based practices will be discussed in the context of everyday situations. Join us in this interactive workshop at the beautiful Jenny Wiley State Park.

Topics Include
-Characteristic of Autism
-Behavior Basics
-Evidence Based Practices for Teaching New Skills
-Resources and Where to Turn for Support

Learning objectives
-Participants will recognize the red flags of autism and the triad of characteristics.
-Participants will leave with resources and materials to support children and pre-teens with autism.
-Participants will be exposed to evidence based practices for children and pre-teens with autism and be able to implement 1 of them in their setting.

Registration cost:

$10 per person (lunch is not included)

Click here for more information.

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 The Moth Mainstage in Whitesburg
Sep
3
7:30 PM19:30

The Moth Mainstage in Whitesburg

The Moth returns to Whitesburg. Join us for an evening of Moth stories, live at Appalshop. Five storytellers will take the stage and share a true, personal story from their life. Come hear stories of glory and defeat, taunting fate, laughing in the face of danger, and the moments that forever changed the course.
About The Moth:

THE MOTH is a nonprofit dedicated to the art and craft of storytelling. Since launching in 1997, The Moth has presented over 35,000 true personal stories, told live, without notes, to standing-room-only audiences around the globe. Renowned for showcasing a broad range of human experiences, The Moth produces approximately 600 live shows each year and has an ongoing presence in 30 cities worldwide. Additionally, The Moth runs storytelling workshops for high school students, teachers, adults and advocates from around the world through its Education, Community and Global Programs, and MothWorks which uses theessential elements of Moth storytelling at work and other unexpected places. The Moth Podcast is downloaded over 61 million times a year, and
each week, the Peabody Award-winning The Moth Radio Hour, presented by PRX, The Public Radio Exchange, is heard on 500 radio stations. The Moth has published three critically acclaimed books — international bestseller The Moth: 50 True Stories (2013), All These Wonders: True Stories about Facing theUnknown (2017) and The New York Times Best Seller, Occasional Magic: True Stories About Defying the Impossible (2019).

Event Website: http://themoth.org/events/the-moth-mainstage-in-whitesburg-1

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Paint a Piece of Letcher County: Bad Branch Falls #2
Aug
29
6:00 PM18:00

Paint a Piece of Letcher County: Bad Branch Falls #2

Join Letcher County Tourism at the Pine Mountain Grill on Thursday, August 15th at 6 PM for the sixth class in a 3-part Summer Series "Paint a Piece of Letcher County" lead by Kenna Spears at Kenna's Creative Canvas.

The series has included paintings of High Rock, Fishpond Lake and Bad Branch Falls. Each painting was offered during two classes for a total of 6 sessions in the series.

On August 29th, participants will paint Bad Branch Falls.

Painting will begin at 6 PM in the Grill's banquet room and light snacks will be provided.

The cost is $35 per painter with a portion of the proceeds going back to Tourism.
Seating is limited and pre-registratuion is required.

For more information email Tourism at letchertourism@gmail.com or call 606-634-1814.

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Float the 'Burg Kayak Tour
Aug
25
4:00 PM16:00

Float the 'Burg Kayak Tour

Relax and Enjoy a fun afternoon of floating the Kentucky River through Whitesburg! No experience necessary! Kayaks and paddles will be provided for the first 10 people to sign up, for a charge of $15.00! Bring your own kayak or canoe if you wish & don't forget your life jackets! We will meet at Riverside Park in Whitesburg at 4 PM and float through town to the Whitco area! From there, you will be shuttled back to the park. The trip should last approximately 2 hours. Be sure to wear water shoes, (not flip flops) and clothing suitable to get wet! Depending on water levels, shallow wading may be required in some areas. You are welcome to bring a small cooler with refreshements, we will provide water. Must be age 18 or older for kayak rentals. This tour will be rescheduled in the event of inclement weather. Call 606-634-6283 if you need any other information.

Register here.

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Red Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for SmileFaith Wellness & Fun Center
Aug
24
2:00 PM14:00

Red Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for SmileFaith Wellness & Fun Center

Everyone is invited to attend the Red Ribbon Cutting for the new SmileFaith Wellness & Fun Center in Jenkins. The ceremony will begin at 2 pm and afterwards there will be light refreshments and open house for the community to view the center and all that it has to offer. The Wellness Center is located at 9599 Hwy 805 Jenkins, KY (Yellow Building Next To Jenkins Library.)

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Ride for Hope & Grand Opening of KY Mist Loop
Aug
24
1:00 PM13:00

Ride for Hope & Grand Opening of KY Mist Loop

Get ready for the 3rd annually Ride for Hope. This benefits cancer patients receiving treatment at the ARH Cancer Center. For more information, click here.

Kentucky Mist has Teamed up with the Ride for Hope Cancer Benefit to promote the Grand Opening of the Kentucky Mist Loop Riding Trail. More information on that can be found here.

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Summer Splash 5K & 1K Walk
Aug
24
7:00 AM07:00

Summer Splash 5K & 1K Walk

  • Smile Faith Wellness and Fun Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Smile Faith Wellness & Fun Center of Jenkins is hosting a Summer Splash 5K and 1K walk. The race will begin at 8 AM and registration will begin at 7 AM. The parade will be held at 10 AM and the ribbon cutting ceremony at 2 PM.

To preregister for this race, contact Shannon Sizemore at 821-7783 or visit the Smile Faith Wellness and Fun Center on Facebook.

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ArtZINE - Whitesburg, KY
Aug
22
to Aug 23

ArtZINE - Whitesburg, KY

ArtZINE's second season will kick off this August 22nd at the Appalachian Media Institute in Whitesburg, KY

August's theme for artZINE is: "ART MAKES THE WORLD BETTER"

To participate in ArtZINE, you can create your entry to the 'zine before the meet up:
Take a sheet of letter sized paper, and fold it in half. That is the size of our zine. You can put whatever you want inside. it can be a drawing, poem, short story, photograph, collage, crossword puzzle, anything-- We'll have computers and a scanner available to put it in the layout. We can also include video entries. Give us a screen shot and description of the video, along with a link to the video.

On the day of the event, we will meet each other in person at AMI, and work together to create the 'zine covers, print and assemble the 'zine.

The activity is free and open to the public, all skill levels and types of art are welcome to join us.
all participants get their own copy to take home with them

For more information, click here.

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Solar 101 for Emergency Responders
Aug
20
2:30 PM14:30

Solar 101 for Emergency Responders

MACED's Commercial Energy Specialist, Josh Bills, will lead a free workshop on becoming familiar with solar electric generating equipment, including safety features and protocols for responding to emergencies at facilities with solar generators.

The workshop begins at 2:30pm. Responders are welcome to drop in as presentations and tours will be offered on a rolling basis until 7:30pm.

Location: H.O.M.E.S. Inc. Office,
64 Bentley Avenue, Whitesburg, KY

All emergency service providers are welcome regardless of location. Contact Seth at HOMES Inc, sethlong@bellsouth.net, with questions.

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4th Annual Glow on the Pond
Aug
17
6:30 PM18:30

4th Annual Glow on the Pond

Get ready for the 4th annual Glow on the Pond, a night kayaking event hosted by the Mountain Heritage Committee. Decorate your kayak for the chance to win prizes! This event is free for the public.

1st place prizes will be given to Best Overall, Best Lit, and Best Themed Kayak. The cost to enter is $10 per kayak and participants must provide their own Kayak, paddle and life jacket.


Registration begins at 6:30 p.m. Kayak’s go on the water at Dusk!
Contact Committee Member Chris Caudill at 634-1615 for more information!

More info here.

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