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Minute Man Monday

February 20, 2024 by Andrea Dono

Start your week off right with Minute Man Monday! We’ve got $3 draft pours and $25 cases available all day — no limit! more

Rocktown Yarn Grand Re-Opening Celebration

October 30, 2023 by Andrea Dono

Join us on Saturday, November 4 from 9am-4pm for refreshments and door prizes as we celebrate our reopening in the new Liberty St. Market! more

Indigo And So On | First Fridays with Rachel Herr

July 5, 2023 by Haley Thomas

Join The Frame Factory & Gallery for beautiful artwork by Rachel Herr, conversation and community, and light refreshments. The show will remain up through the end of August. more

July Exhibition: Evocative Etching by Anna Marie Pavlik

June 27, 2023 by Andrea Dono

Arts Council of the Valley (ACV) features Kentucky artist Anna Marie Pavlik in a July exhibition at Smith House Galleries. Showcasing printmaking, etching, linoleum cut, and monoprint works, Evocative Etching opens with a July 7 reception during First Fridays of the Valley, 5 to 7 pm. Sponsored by Estland, the reception offers a chance for the public to visit with the artist, enjoy live folk and Americana music by Jane Cox, and sample light refreshments. more

Murder in the ’50s: A Murder Mystery @ Central Library

June 27, 2023 by Andrea Dono

Join us for a murder mystery set in the 1950s! It's 1956 in Winter Springs, a nice town where the happiest families live. At least, that's what the residents want you to believe. Down the road is Forestville, a town that is the complete opposite of Winter Springs. The two towns have had a feud for decades. It's the night of the Sock Hop and the teens are excited. A student is found dead at Lovers' Lane and all the teens around town are brought to the dance to discover who killed her and why. more

The Ken and Brad Kolodner Quartet

June 22, 2023 by Andrea Dono

Four award-winning performers on stage together. Ken & Brad K, with Rachel Eddy & Alex Lacquement, present GREAT old-time traditional music!! more

Intro to Beekeeping Class

June 6, 2023 by Haley Thomas

Want to learn more about beekeeping? June is National Pollinators Month, so there couldn't be a better time to start! Join this Friendly City Food Co-op class to learn introductory beekeeping practices from Mike Hott of Hott Apiary. Class size is limited, so buy a ticket to reserve your spot ASAP and come learn the tricks of the trade! more