Editor's Choice Events for Kentucky
Lebanon, Oliver (3/1 - 3/17): The streets of Victorian England come to life as Oliver, a malnourished orphan in a workhouse, becomes the neglected apprentice of an undertaker.
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Bowling Green, 2019 Celebration of the Arts (3/2 - 4/5): The US Bank Celebration of the Arts Exhibit is an open art show featuring the work of professional as well as amateur artists working within a 65 mile radius of Bowling Green, KY.
Bowling Green, Arte Cubano (3/9 - 5/28): Arte Cubano highlights a universally agreed-upon characteristic of the island’s art: an incredible diversity.
Bowling Green, Auto-X by NCM (4/6): Auto-X by NCM is a straight up Autocross program for folks who just want seat time.
Bowling Green, Living Proof at BG Cumberland Presbyterian Church (3/17): Living Proof will sing a few songs to start the service and then sing some more during the service. Come join Living Proof and all of the folks at Cumberland Presbyterian in praising our Lord!
Bowling Green, Night of Worship (3/22): Join us Friday night, March 22nd for our Night of Worship. We will meet together at 7 pm to lift up the name of Jesus!
Bowling Green, Satchmo (3/23): A powerhouse trumpeter, gifted with a soulful voice and charismatic swagger, Byron Stripling brings the great Louis Armstrong and the energetic music of New Orleans to life.
Bowling Green, She Is Empowered (3/23): Kaois Dance Team is an Student Organization at Western Kentucky University & Cythia &Gerorge Nichols Intercutrlal Student Engaement Center is a department of Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, Starry Tales for a Winter Night (2/17 - 3/31): A highly interactive planetarium experience designed to help you find your way around winter's night skies.
Bowling Green, Wine & Dine (3/22): $50 per couple includes a three course dinner and bottle of house wine!
Covington, Pub Night at Molly Malones (3/23): Join young adults (18 – 39) from across the diocese as we celebrate the Patron Saint of Ireland, St. Patrick, at Molly Malone’s on Saturday March 23rd.
Covington, Swing! (3/30 - 4/14): High energy beats and fast-paced dance moves are hallmarks of swing music, which exploded out of pre-war Harlem’s hotbed of youth culture and became a worldwide phenomenon.
Danville, We Banjo 3 (3/17): Credit Galway, Ireland’s We Banjo 3 for finding common ground between old world tradition and authentic Americana by playing their banjo, fiddle, guitar and mandolin.
Elizabethtown, Brother Oliver (4/5): Brother Oliver is a South Carolina-based musical project formed by two brothers, Andrew & Stephen Oliver.
Erlanger, The Reception Women of Alabaster Gala (3/22): Women of Alabaster is hosting its third annual fundraising gala!! The event will be held at Receptions in Erlanger Ky on March 22, 2019.
Florence, Rose Alan @ The Holler (3/29): We are back at the Holler in March. Come check out this badass little bar.
Frankfort, Environmental & Arts Education Internship (3/30): Your main responsibilities will be to help develop, promote and facilitate events, workshops, classes and camps. If interested, you may design and implement your own program.
Frankfort, Expedition Frankfort: Run_Ride_Paddle (3/30): Come welcome the spring season with the inaugural Expedition Frankfort: Run | Bike | Paddle, - the commonwealth's newest family friendly adventure triathlon!
Frankfort, Peter Pan Jr (3/22): Come travel to Neverland with Peter Pan, meet Mermaids, Fairies, Lost Boys and Pirates.
Franklin, The Cocktail (3/31): Come by the Distillery every Sunday for our weekly happening, The Cocktail. Unwind, connect and enjoy artfully crafted cocktails, Whiskey, wine and craft beer.
Georgetown, Baptism Sunday (3/24): If you are a follower of Christ, but have never been baptized then Sunday, March 24th is your opportunity to take your next step!
Georgetown, Harry Pottery and Trivia Night (3/22): We're combining two popular activities for one fun-filled night! Get a team of 4 together if you want to participate in the trivia contest (NOT REQUIRED!
Glasgow, First Saturday Farmers Market (4/6): Market will be held on April 6, 2019. Come meet local farmers and growers and learn how your food is produced.
Harrodsburg, Friday Night Fish Fry (3/29): Spend time with family and friends during a good, old-fashioned fish fry at Shaker Village!
Henderson, Adult Artist Retreat (3/22): Adult Artist Retreat WILL be held on march 22, 2019. Witness the artist's creativity on their works!
La Grange, Cooking at the Hearth (4/6): The Oldham County History Center will be holding a series of year-long demonstrations entitled Cooking at the Hearth. The two-hour long programs are designed to demonstrate the long lost art of cookin
Lebanon, Eddie Miles Music Legends (3/23): Eddie Miles, nationally known performer, returns to the stage with a brand new show featuring music from ALL YOUR FAVORITE MUSIC LEGENDS.
Lebanon, Oliver (3/1 - 3/17): The streets of Victorian England come to life as Oliver, a malnourished orphan in a workhouse, becomes the neglected apprentice of an undertaker.
Lexington, 15 Dances (3/30): Public Onsale : Wed, 12 Sep 2018 at 10:00 AM
Lexington, 3rd Sunday in Lent (3/24): Join us for worship as we journey through the Parable of the Fig Tree.
Lexington, Bourbon Branch @Parlay Social (3/22): Come see us and our special guests Steve Richmond and Jason Hale in downtown Lexington at Parlay Social!
Lexington, Brewery & Distillery Tour (3/29 - 3/30): Alltech Lexington Brewing & Distilling Co. offers the unique distinction of being both a brewery and distillery.
Lexington, Christopher Cross (3/17): Christopher Cross is a singer songwriter hailing from San Antonio, Texas, USA who was born on the 3rrd of May 1954.
Lexington, Colt Ford (3/29): Jason Farris Brown (born August 27th, 1970), known by his stage name Colt Ford, is an American country musician from Athens, Georgia, US.
Lexington, Derek Spencer (3/29): From the hills of eastern Kentucky, Beattyville-native and singer-songwriter, Derek Spencer found a passion for songs, like so many other Appalachian youths, in church - at his mother's side singing f
Lexington, Drake White (3/22): For Drake White, it goes back to something raw and elemental in his debut album Spark."
Lexington, Eric Bolander album release via Eastwood Records (3/29): Eastwood Records will be re releasing Eric Bolander's The Wind with 2 new tracks, new artwork (designed by Jimbo Valentine), and a week long trio tour kicking off with this show!
Lexington, Francesca Battistelli (3/23): Francesca Battistelli (born May 18, 1985) is an American Christian pop singer-songwriter and musician, who combines gospel, rock, jazz and R&B elements in her music, hailing from New York City, New Yo
Lexington, Ghost Hunts at Waveland (3/29): Ghost Hunt – Is Waveland Haunted? Come if you dare! Three exclusive hunts for 2019 – don’t miss out!
Lexington, Happy St. Patricks Day! Pick Your Project (3/17): Come and make a beautiful wooden sign for your home! Pick any sign from our gallery of over 200+ designs and we personalize it with your name, dates, etc.
Lexington, Indoor Triathlon (3/24): Ever wanted to do a triathlon? Come get a taste of the race in a controlled indoor setting without needing a bunch of gear.
Lexington, Joey and Nathan (3/30): Today's hits and yesterdays favorites! This dynamic duo play relaxing favorites to end a long week! Join us this Saturday and every Saturday this March!
Lexington, Jordan Brooker (3/22): Jordan is a new voice in the music industry.
Lexington, Joslyn and the sweet compression (3/30): Their debut album will be released in early 2019, supported by many live dates, including club and festival appearances.
Lexington, Joyous Wolf (3/23): Joyous Wolf is a Rock band from Southern California formed in 2014 by vocalist Nick Reese, guitarist Blake Allard, bassist Greg Braccio, and drummer Robert Sodaro.
Lexington, Kentucky Opioid Summit (3/30): An interdisciplinary program addressing the opioid crisis in Kentucky.
Lexington, Medical Compliance Services, Inc. (3/22): We are pleased to announce the 2nd annual Leadership Conference by Medical Compliance Services. We had such great attendance and feedback last year we have decided to do another one this year.
Lexington, Micah Howard @ Elkhorn Tavern (3/22): Country blues, southern rock where the sounds of Appalachia meet the soul of the deep south. Join us around the fire as I sing stories about people who lived during hard times.
Lexington, Paint from the Heart (3/31): Who would love to Paint from the Heart? Snacks will be provided and there will be a Silent Auction/Raffle for multiple items including a $35 Painting with a Twist Gift Certificate and a Painting!
Lexington, Paul Frazer Memorial Horse Show (3/30): The Paul Frazer Memorial Combined Test and Dressage Competition is dedicated to a former CKRH Board Member who for years worked to remove physical barriers.
Lexington, Pleasure Boys (3/23): Pleasure Boys are a band from Pleasureville, KY currently located in Louisville, KY.
Lexington, Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective (2/16 - 5/5): The UK Art Museum is one of the few American venues for this touring exhibition, originally curated by Anita O'Brien at the Cartoon Museum, London.
Lexington, Sewing 202 - Securing techniques (3/24): We will be covering zippers, buttons, chains, ties, latches, snaps, magnets, and more... With a mixture of hand and machine sewing techniques.
Lexington, Share 2019 Fundraising Dinner (4/7): We are excited to host our SHARE 2019 Annual Fundraising Dinner! We hope you will join us in celebrating SHARE's work and future vision.
Lexington, The Hot Wires (3/30): Hot Wires are Louisville punk rock n roll skater artist veterans that served time in bands such as The Pine Club Dangerbird, Adventure, The Legendary Shack Shakers, The Children, Twin Sister Radio, St
Lexington, The Kind Thieves (3/30): Hailing from the heart of Appalachia, The Kind Thieves are a musical tour de force that is far greater than simply the sum of its parts.
Lexington, The Obsessed (4/7): THE OBSESSED was formed in the late 1970’s in Potomac, Maryland by legendary guitarist Scott “Wino” Wenrich (Saint Vitus/Spirit Caravan).
Lexington, Vanishing Kids (3/30): VK formed in 2000 by Nikki Drohomyreky and Jason Hartman. Brought together by similar weird music taste.
Lexington, Verdi Requiem (3/29): A highlight of the season, LexPhil unites the choral forces from central Kentucky colleges for Verdi’s epic masterpiece, Requiem.
Lexington, Walk MS: Lexington (4/6): Ending multiple sclerosis for good will take all of us. Walk MS helps us team up with friends, loved ones and co-workers to change the world for everyone affected by MS.
Lexington, Wine Barrel Tasting for the Springs (3/30): This is a fundraiser for the Friends' of McConnell Springs. It is a rain or shine event. All proceeds are used to fund programs at the park. Travel in your own vehicle and pick your route.
Lexington, Womens History Celebration (3/23): Celebrate Women's History month by crafting felt finger puppets of famous historical female figures. This is a drop-in event. All ages welcome.
Lexington, Young Heirlooms (3/29): Storytelling through song is an American tradition. Acclaimed Cincinnati songsmiths Young Heirlooms take you on a nostalgic journey with their sentimental, heartfelt original tunes.
Louisville, 2019 StepFest (3/23): Get ready for this year's StepFest! Our annual Kentucky Derby Festival competition for Elementary, Middle and High School step teams, as well as community step groups.
Louisville, 27th Annual Wendell Ford Dinner (3/29): The Louisville Democratic Party will host the 27th annual Wendell Ford Dinner at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Philllips Lane, March 29th, from 6:00PM - 9:00PM.
Louisville, A Broadway Revue (3/22): Don’t miss the Tiny Tykes and Youth Troupe perform in our “Best of Broadway Revue”! It’s Friday March 22nd at 7:00pm! We’ll be performing songs from your favorite Broadway Musicals!
Louisville, Apes of the State (3/30): Apes of the State is an independent folk-pop-punk band from Lancaster, PA.
Louisville, April Louisville Homeless Outreach Event (4/7): We will have 3 concurrent events. One for the residents of Wayside, one for the low-barrier residents, and those friends still living on the streets.
Louisville, BAFOL BEARS PC LAB (8/20 - 6/28): The Computer Lab & Library volunteers will work one-on-one with students (ages 13-17 yrs.) that is on the higher functioning side of Autism, to help them learn and practice specific skills such as M
Louisville, Bookbinding (3/22): Create a hand-bound journal to record memories, make plans, or encourage creativity with sketching. Participants will learn a hand-binding technique with which to create their own journal.
Louisville, CASA Night at Le Moo (3/24): Join us for a night out at Le Moo! End the weekend by dining out and supporting CASA of the River Region and the vulnerable children we serve.
Louisville, Cook to the Root! Cocktail Reception (4/7): New Roots welcomes new and "seasoned" volunteer chefs, cooking enthusiasts, New Roots supporters and anyone wanting to learn more about volunteering with our Fresh Stop Markets.
Louisville, Derby Hat Exchange (4/6): Join us for a Derby Hat Exchange!
All you gotta do is bring a gently used or new Derby Hat to participate.
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Louisville, Family Fun Night at Southeast YMCA (3/23): Join us for a Family Fun Night at the YMCA! We will have lifeguards for swimming at the pool, instructors for the rock wall and monitors for the adventure center (play area)!
Louisville, Friend for Life Volunteer Training (3/23): This training is for persons with cancer and their caregivers to become peer mentors to prepare them to provide 1:1 emotional support to those recently diagnosed and their caregivers.
Louisville, Hoots & Hellmouth w/ Idris Frederick (3/23): If you’re seeking out a sound, bend your ear down low to the ground, where you might find a little clue in the rumbling of what is to come...
Louisville, Kennys Cheese Tasting (3/23): Come hang with us at the Bottle and Gift Shop and see what all the fuss is about.
Louisville, Kula Kids Yoga (3/23): Join Lauren Martin for a fun-filled yoga class designed with kids in mind! Kula Kids will incorporate yoga fundamentals, meditation, coloring, and overall kid-approved fun.
Louisville, Ladies Lunch & Shopping (3/30): Hey ladies....let's get to know each other better! We will meet at the studio right after Argentine Tango class ends (around noon) to arrange carpooling.
Louisville, Live Tango Music Feat. Tango DVille (4/7): Join us for a night of tango music passion. Whether you know tango basics or just want to sit and enjoy listening to amazing live music, this is a night you won't want to miss.
Louisville, Mad Alice (4/5): Mad Alice is a band made up of 4 highly entertaining Louisville musicians who have years of on-stage experience.
Louisville, NULU Bock Fest (3/30): March 30, 2019 will mark the fourth year of Bock Beer celebrations in the city of Louisville.
Louisville, Orval Day! (3/23): This day we will join together to worship one of our favorite beers!
Louisville, Passover Family Mitzvah Program (3/24): This intergenerational volunteer program is perfect for family members of all ages! Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and children are encouraged to come to this fun event!
Louisville, Sheri Streeter (3/30): Louisville, Kentucky based post-folk songstress and guitarist Sheri Streeter performs with a slightly off-balance sweetness that’s at once light and delicate, yet jagged and piercing.
Louisville, Spare Change at Smyrna Inn Loisville KY (3/30): Come rock away your night with The Spare Change Band and all the fun folks at Smyrna Inn , we will,be playing all our favorite covers and some great new originals !
Louisville, Style Icon Derby Experience (3/23): On Saturday March 23, 2019, join me for our diverse, interactive and immersive fashion show.
Louisville, Teacher Appreciation Night (3/22): All teachers, faculty, and education staff can RSVP for Teacher Appreciation Night on Friday March 22nd and enjoy drink specials, tokens, enter to win giveaways, and more!
Louisville, The Corpse Washer (3/1 - 4/7): In an Iraq beset by decades of war and occupation, Jawad faces a difficult choice.
Louisville, The Little Mermen (3/30): The Little Mermen play all the Disney hits, from The Jungle Book to The Lion King, and even Frozen.
Louisville, The Taste of Korea (3/17): Come join us for some great korean gourmet food and celebrate with us.
Louisville, These Fading Visions @ Paddocks Pub (3/22): These Fading Visions is a 4 piece rock band from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They recently released their new music video for Self-Defense.
Louisville, Walk with Compassion (3/30): Come join is for a 2.5 mile walk around the park! Friendly Leashed Dogs who love to walk are not only welcomed, but encouraged to come.
Louisville, Weve Come to Believe (2/24 - 4/7): Writing for the actors in this season’s Professional Training Company, three fearless playwrights dive into the absurd and sometimes hilarious world of collective delusion, and the alarming places it
Louisville, Yinka Shonibare MBE: The American Library (3/29 - 9/15): The American Library by Yinka Shonibare MBE is a celebration of the diversity of the American population and acts as an instigator of discovery and debate.
Murray, Girls’ Weekend (3/22 - 3/31): In this lightning-quick farce, four women travel to a Northwoods cabin to consume copious amounts of wine, laugh at their lives, trade stories and chat about their book club’s latest selection.
Owensboro, Lenten Day of Prayer (3/29): Come enjoy a day of prayer and silence to be with the Lord during Lent. The chapel will be open, lunch will be served in silence, and the peace of the grounds is always available.
Paducah, 2019 Kindergarten Ready Fair (3/23): This is a hands-on, interactive event designed to give families insight into how to get their child ready for Kindergarten.
Paducah, 2019 Swap Meet (3/30): Annual Swap meet. Open to anyone with something to sell. Cars, Trailers, Tools, Motors, Parts, and more.
Paducah, 2nd Annual Fundraising Banquet (3/29): Join us for our 2nd Annual Fundraising Banquet to help us in developing a Women's Teen Challenge Center in the Paducah/Mayfield area!
Paducah, LIVE MUSIC - Mike Thompson (3/23): Mike Thompson will be playing at the winery on March23rd from 2 -5 pm. He plays 70's classic rock including music by James Taylor and Dan Fogelberg.
Paducah, Luck of the Harley Party (3/23): Join Four Rivers H-D on Saturday, March 23rd from 12PM-4PM for our Luck of the Harley Party!
Prestonsburg, The Oak Ridge Boys (3/29): Their music is one of the most distinctive and recognizable sounds in the music industry. The four-part harmonies and upbeat songs of The Oak Ridge Boys have spawned dozens of Country hits.
Tompkinsville, Old Mulkey Mother-Son Rendezvous (3/30): Join us as we lead mothers and sons through a variety of interactive outdoor activities inspired by the historical long hunter rendezvous.
Versailles, Activate Versailles (3/23 - 3/24): “Activate Community: A celebration of Art and Activisim in Versailles.”