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  1. Sep
    2
    Wed
    1. Diverse Methods: A Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative Exhibition
      Sep 2 (all-day)

      June 22, 2015 – October 16, 2015 “Bluegrass Printmakers Cooperative: Diverse Methods” Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative members showcase prints in “Diverse Methods”, a group exhibit at the Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center in Lexington, KY. This exhibits features the work of the many celebrated artists who comprise the Bluegrass Printmakers Collaborative, including work from: Kirsti Anderssen Marta Dorton Liz Foley Cristina Igelmo Natalia Ilieva Erica Meuser Cathy Vigor Carolynne Weber Stephen Wiggins “Diverse Methods” , a group exhibit of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, explores an array of personal experiences, learned messages and printmaking mediums. As we travel in our life journey we glean knowledge from our experiences, keeping some, discarding others. This exhibit provides a look into our varied journeys and some of the methods artists use to transcribe personal experience into visual art. The artwork on exhibit are printmaking pieces;  art pieces created by using pressure to transfer inks from a plate to paper. Mediums included in the show are collagraphs, etching, screen printing, monotypes, and linocuts, among others. The BPC plans several events and hands-on opportunities for community participation. 2015 marks the ten-year anniversary of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, organized to provide local and regional printmakers with a studio space to create prints, share knowledge and provide community. The estate of Lexington artist Lillian Boyer donated her hand-made printmaking press and the BPC began. The mission of the BPC is to be a thriving print studio where printmakers work and to create a dialogue about prints and art. Through demonstrations, classes and workshops the BPC exposes the community to prints and teaches printmaking processes. As juried members of the cooperative, printmakers also have the opportunity to exhibit and promote their artwork. Located on the lower level of ArtsPlace in Lexington, the BPC is part of LexArts’ Space to Create initiative, which offers support for local artists and arts organizations.

    2. ART EXHIBIT: Evolving, Revolving 14 at Ann Tower Gallery
      5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      The Ann Tower Gallery is pleased to present Evolving Revolving 14, our annual summer group exhibition for the Gallery Hop’s first mid-summer event. We are delighted to introduce new paintings by Louisville artist Ewa Perz, Cincinnati artist Linda Fischer, Belgian artist Marleen De Waele-De Bock, who has lived in Nashville for several years, Stephen Howell and David Stenulson of Lexington, and sculpture by Jason Kelty, a Shepardsville artist who earned an MFA from the University of Kentucky. We will also present an impressive variety of new work from other artists represented by the gallery, including paintings, sculpture, photography, drawings, ceramics and folk art. Artists in the gallery include Patrick Adams, Minnie Adkins, Gary Bower, Cole Carothers, Nancy Fletcher Cassell, Carolyn Courtney, Sondra Dorn, Gary Drake, Joseph Fitzpatrick, Robert James Foose, Evan Fugazzi, Kevin Gardner, Ulrike Hahn, Nori Hall, Georgia Henkel, Mike Holdren, Carolyn Young Hisel, Judith Pointer Jia,  Guy Mendes, Joe Molinaro, Elissa Morley, Lonnie and Twyla Money, Janet Neuwalder, Mary Newton, Anna Marie Pavlik,  Spencer Reinhard, Chris Segre-Lewis,  Valerie Shesko, David Shiner, Dollie and Guy Skaggs, Karen Spears, Kim Sobel, Lina Tharsing, Robert Tharsing, Mary Tortorici, Ann Tower, Travis Townsend, Sharon Weis, Judy Wells, and Daniel Werner. The exhibition will change throughout the summer and will end on Sept. 6, 2015. The gallery is open Tuesdays though Saturdays 10am – 5pm, and Sundays 10am-2pm with extended hours during special events, theater performances and by appointment.

    3. Red Barn Radio Welcomes The Jarflies
      8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

      RED BARN RADIO WELCOMES THE JARFLIES 09/02 AT 8 PM Kentucky music is a fire in your belly. Kentucky music is the cacophony of a million invisible cicadas pulsing in the summer trees. Kentucky music is the rippling muscles of a hundred thoroughbreds pounding down the stretch. Kentucky music is a cool spot in the shade on a rolling Bluegrass hill. Kentucky music is a fiddle and banjo ringing out from an eastern mountaintop all the way down to the Mississippi. The Jarflies play Kentucky music. The Jarflies are Art Mize and Mason Colby. ArtsPlace, 161 N Mill St., Lexington, KY 40507 www.redbarnradio.com

  2. Sep
    3
    Thu
    1. Diverse Methods: A Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative Exhibition
      Sep 3 (all-day)

      June 22, 2015 – October 16, 2015 “Bluegrass Printmakers Cooperative: Diverse Methods” Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative members showcase prints in “Diverse Methods”, a group exhibit at the Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center in Lexington, KY. This exhibits features the work of the many celebrated artists who comprise the Bluegrass Printmakers Collaborative, including work from: Kirsti Anderssen Marta Dorton Liz Foley Cristina Igelmo Natalia Ilieva Erica Meuser Cathy Vigor Carolynne Weber Stephen Wiggins “Diverse Methods” , a group exhibit of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, explores an array of personal experiences, learned messages and printmaking mediums. As we travel in our life journey we glean knowledge from our experiences, keeping some, discarding others. This exhibit provides a look into our varied journeys and some of the methods artists use to transcribe personal experience into visual art. The artwork on exhibit are printmaking pieces;  art pieces created by using pressure to transfer inks from a plate to paper. Mediums included in the show are collagraphs, etching, screen printing, monotypes, and linocuts, among others. The BPC plans several events and hands-on opportunities for community participation. 2015 marks the ten-year anniversary of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, organized to provide local and regional printmakers with a studio space to create prints, share knowledge and provide community. The estate of Lexington artist Lillian Boyer donated her hand-made printmaking press and the BPC began. The mission of the BPC is to be a thriving print studio where printmakers work and to create a dialogue about prints and art. Through demonstrations, classes and workshops the BPC exposes the community to prints and teaches printmaking processes. As juried members of the cooperative, printmakers also have the opportunity to exhibit and promote their artwork. Located on the lower level of ArtsPlace in Lexington, the BPC is part of LexArts’ Space to Create initiative, which offers support for local artists and arts organizations.

    2. From Rivals to Allies: Bringing Peace to Sibling Fights
      9:30 am – 11:30 am

      Sibling rivalry can be stressful.  Sibling fighting can have lifelong repercussions.  Learn some tools to manage sibling rivalry that will help create more harmony in your home and closer relationships between your children. Cost: $10 per person. Registration required at enrichingfamilies.org or 859-333-3053.

    3. ART EXHIBIT: Evolving, Revolving 14 at Ann Tower Gallery
      5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      The Ann Tower Gallery is pleased to present Evolving Revolving 14, our annual summer group exhibition for the Gallery Hop’s first mid-summer event. We are delighted to introduce new paintings by Louisville artist Ewa Perz, Cincinnati artist Linda Fischer, Belgian artist Marleen De Waele-De Bock, who has lived in Nashville for several years, Stephen Howell and David Stenulson of Lexington, and sculpture by Jason Kelty, a Shepardsville artist who earned an MFA from the University of Kentucky. We will also present an impressive variety of new work from other artists represented by the gallery, including paintings, sculpture, photography, drawings, ceramics and folk art. Artists in the gallery include Patrick Adams, Minnie Adkins, Gary Bower, Cole Carothers, Nancy Fletcher Cassell, Carolyn Courtney, Sondra Dorn, Gary Drake, Joseph Fitzpatrick, Robert James Foose, Evan Fugazzi, Kevin Gardner, Ulrike Hahn, Nori Hall, Georgia Henkel, Mike Holdren, Carolyn Young Hisel, Judith Pointer Jia,  Guy Mendes, Joe Molinaro, Elissa Morley, Lonnie and Twyla Money, Janet Neuwalder, Mary Newton, Anna Marie Pavlik,  Spencer Reinhard, Chris Segre-Lewis,  Valerie Shesko, David Shiner, Dollie and Guy Skaggs, Karen Spears, Kim Sobel, Lina Tharsing, Robert Tharsing, Mary Tortorici, Ann Tower, Travis Townsend, Sharon Weis, Judy Wells, and Daniel Werner. The exhibition will change throughout the summer and will end on Sept. 6, 2015. The gallery is open Tuesdays though Saturdays 10am – 5pm, and Sundays 10am-2pm with extended hours during special events, theater performances and by appointment.

    4. Get Out & Swim Town Hall Meeting at Clays Mill Elementary
      6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      (Thursday, September 3, 6–8 p.m., Clays Mill Elementary) – Help us continue to develop the new Lexington aquatics master plan. Lexington Parks and Recreation invites residents to attend one of these two public meetings to give input regarding the future of Lexington aquatics programs and facilities. Thursday, September 3, at Clays Mill Elementary (2319 Clays Mill Rd.). For more information, call 288-2973.

    5. Teen Howl Poetry Series at Morris Book Shop
      6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

      Hosted by Elizabeth Beck & Jay McCoy First Thursday of every month 6:00 pm FREE At The Morris Book Shop, 882 East High Street, Lexington Come and share your words! Open mic for poets under 21. Each month also features a teen poet, a teen musician, and an established guest writer from the community. Great opportunity to meet and socialize with other cool writers! NOTE: The December session of the Teen Howl Poetry Series will take place at the Carnegie Center, 251 West Second Street. Join us for a special howliday reading & celebration.

    6. Teen Howl Poetry Series at the Carnegie Center
      6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

      Hosted by Elizabeth Beck & Jay McCoy First Thursday of every month 6:00 pm FREE At The Morris Book Shop, 882 East High Street, Lexington Come and share your words! Open mic for poets under 21. Each month also features a teen poet, a teen musician, and an established guest writer from the community. Great opportunity to meet and socialize with other cool writers! NOTE: The December session of the Teen Howl Poetry Series will take place at the Carnegie Center, 251 West Second Street. Join us for a special howliday reading & celebration.

    7. From Rivals to Allies: Bringing Peace to Sibling Fights
      6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

      Sibling rivalry can be stressful.  Sibling fighting can have lifelong repercussions.  Learn some tools to manage sibling rivalry that will help create more harmony in your home and closer relationships between your children. Cost: $10 per person. Registration required at enrichingfamilies.org or 859-333-3053.

  3. Sep
    4
    Fri
    1. Diverse Methods: A Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative Exhibition
      Sep 4 (all-day)

      June 22, 2015 – October 16, 2015 “Bluegrass Printmakers Cooperative: Diverse Methods” Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative members showcase prints in “Diverse Methods”, a group exhibit at the Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center in Lexington, KY. This exhibits features the work of the many celebrated artists who comprise the Bluegrass Printmakers Collaborative, including work from: Kirsti Anderssen Marta Dorton Liz Foley Cristina Igelmo Natalia Ilieva Erica Meuser Cathy Vigor Carolynne Weber Stephen Wiggins “Diverse Methods” , a group exhibit of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, explores an array of personal experiences, learned messages and printmaking mediums. As we travel in our life journey we glean knowledge from our experiences, keeping some, discarding others. This exhibit provides a look into our varied journeys and some of the methods artists use to transcribe personal experience into visual art. The artwork on exhibit are printmaking pieces;  art pieces created by using pressure to transfer inks from a plate to paper. Mediums included in the show are collagraphs, etching, screen printing, monotypes, and linocuts, among others. The BPC plans several events and hands-on opportunities for community participation. 2015 marks the ten-year anniversary of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, organized to provide local and regional printmakers with a studio space to create prints, share knowledge and provide community. The estate of Lexington artist Lillian Boyer donated her hand-made printmaking press and the BPC began. The mission of the BPC is to be a thriving print studio where printmakers work and to create a dialogue about prints and art. Through demonstrations, classes and workshops the BPC exposes the community to prints and teaches printmaking processes. As juried members of the cooperative, printmakers also have the opportunity to exhibit and promote their artwork. Located on the lower level of ArtsPlace in Lexington, the BPC is part of LexArts’ Space to Create initiative, which offers support for local artists and arts organizations.

    2. WaterFest, featuring the Kentucky Palisades Paddle at Shaker Village
      10:00 am – 6:00 pm

      WaterFest unites educational, cultural, and recreational partners to provide a day of exploration, fun, and learning about water! From rivers to creeks, ponds to lakes, and the water in your own home, learn how to take care of, and enjoy this precious resource! Register for stand up paddleboarding on the pond and enjoy hands-on activities, music, hikes, and more! Bring your watercraft to join in the glow float at dusk. The day will feature the Kentucky Palisades Paddle SUP race, presented by the Southern Stoke Paddle Series, at Shaker Landing. To register for the races, visit http://www.southernstokerace.com/ http://shakervillageky.org/event/waterfest/

    3. ART EXHIBIT: “Art by Debbie” at John G. Irvin Art Gallery at Central Bank
      4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

      John G. Irvin Gallery at Central Bank is pleased to announce the original art works by Debbie Waitkus.  The show is entitled “Art by Debbie.” All artwork will be on display September 4 – September 25, 2015. A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, September 4, on the 5th floor executive area of the bank, located at 300 West Vine Street in Lexington from 4:30 until 6:00 p.m. The art may also be viewed during normal business hours Monday thru Friday.  The collection is displayed on floors 2 and 3. For more information please call Central Bank, Patricia Wheatley at 859-253-6346.

    4. ART EXHIBIT: Evolving, Revolving 14 at Ann Tower Gallery
      5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      The Ann Tower Gallery is pleased to present Evolving Revolving 14, our annual summer group exhibition for the Gallery Hop’s first mid-summer event. We are delighted to introduce new paintings by Louisville artist Ewa Perz, Cincinnati artist Linda Fischer, Belgian artist Marleen De Waele-De Bock, who has lived in Nashville for several years, Stephen Howell and David Stenulson of Lexington, and sculpture by Jason Kelty, a Shepardsville artist who earned an MFA from the University of Kentucky. We will also present an impressive variety of new work from other artists represented by the gallery, including paintings, sculpture, photography, drawings, ceramics and folk art. Artists in the gallery include Patrick Adams, Minnie Adkins, Gary Bower, Cole Carothers, Nancy Fletcher Cassell, Carolyn Courtney, Sondra Dorn, Gary Drake, Joseph Fitzpatrick, Robert James Foose, Evan Fugazzi, Kevin Gardner, Ulrike Hahn, Nori Hall, Georgia Henkel, Mike Holdren, Carolyn Young Hisel, Judith Pointer Jia,  Guy Mendes, Joe Molinaro, Elissa Morley, Lonnie and Twyla Money, Janet Neuwalder, Mary Newton, Anna Marie Pavlik,  Spencer Reinhard, Chris Segre-Lewis,  Valerie Shesko, David Shiner, Dollie and Guy Skaggs, Karen Spears, Kim Sobel, Lina Tharsing, Robert Tharsing, Mary Tortorici, Ann Tower, Travis Townsend, Sharon Weis, Judy Wells, and Daniel Werner. The exhibition will change throughout the summer and will end on Sept. 6, 2015. The gallery is open Tuesdays though Saturdays 10am – 5pm, and Sundays 10am-2pm with extended hours during special events, theater performances and by appointment.

    5. Fred Minnick discusses and signs, “Bourbon Curious: A Simple Tasting Guide for the Savvy Drinker.”
      5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

      The Morris Book Shop is happy to host Fred Minnick as he discusses and signs his new book, “Bourbon Curious: A Simple Tasting Guide for the Savvy Drinker.” About “Bourbon Curious.” Discover a distinct and uniquely American spirit: bourbon! In Bourbon Curious: A Simple Tasting Guide for the Savvy Drinker, award-winning whiskey writer and Wall Street Journal-best-selling author Fred Minnick debunks bourbon myths, provides distillery production methods (such as recipes and barrel-entry proofs!) and creates an easy-to-read interactive tasting journey that helps you select bourbons based on flavor preferences and bourbon styles. Using the same tasting principles he offers in his Kentucky Derby Museum classes and as a judge at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, Minnick’s Bourbon Curious cuts to the chase, dismissing brand marketing and judging what’s inside the bottle. About the author: Wall Street Journal-bestselling author Fred Minnick wrote the award-winning Whiskey Women: The Untold Story of How Women Saved Bourbon, Scotch & Irish Whiskey. Minnick writes about whiskey for Covey Rise, Parade.com, Scientific American, Whisky Advocate and Whisky Magazine. He is the “Bourbon Authority” for the Kentucky Derby Museum and regularly appears on mainstream media, including CBS This Morning, Esquire, Forbes and NPR.

    6. Summer Nights in Suburbia at Moondance Amphitheater
      7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

      What better way to unwind after a long week than at an open-air concert with friends. Especially when the concert is free! Moondance Amphitheater will once again offer a summer concert series featuring genres to include jazz, bluegrass, indie rock, Big Band and folk, just to name a few. In addition to the live music, there will also be food trucks. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and come enjoy the music. August 7          The Stella Vees August 14        Brian Owens & the Soul of Cash August 21        Bridge 19 August 28        TBD September 4    CoraLee & the Townies

    7. Summer Nights in Suburbia at Moondance Amphitheater
      7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

      (Friday, September 4, 7 – 9 p.m., Moondance Amphitheater) – What better way to unwind after a long week than at an open-air concert with friends, especially when the concert is free. In addition to the live music, there will also be food trucks. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and come enjoy the music. September 4 entertainment is CoraLee & the Townies.

    8. Chamber Recital at Tates Creek Presbyterian Church
      7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

      Chamber recital including Dvořák’s “American” Quartet, a new work by Jonathan Crosmer, and other exciting pieces.

    9. Night Paddle at Shaker Village
      7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

      Shaker Landing Join us for an evening adventure on the waters of the Kentucky River. The black of night will be illuminated by glowing lights, as you navigate the river. http://shakervillageky.org/event/night-paddle/

  4. Sep
    5
    Sat
    1. “Hoofprints on the Soul” – The Horses of the Bible by C.W. Nave
      8:00 am – 5:00 pm

      Having studied the scriptures of the Holy Bible since the 1970s, C.W. Nave incorporates these influences into her art through imagery that conforms to scripture. The exhibition features Nave’s paintings of horses from the bible, a series spanning more than 20 years of work. Exhibition opens Saturday, September 5th at the English Country Fair and remains on display until October 28th.  Gallery hours are Tues – Fri, 10-4 and Sundays, 8:30 am & 10:55 am services.

    2. Bluegrass Archery Tournament
      8:00 am – 2:00 pm

      (Saturday, September 5, 8 a.m – 2 p.m., Hisle Park) –Youth 10+ and adults are invited to compete in the inaugural Bluegrass Archery Tournament. Competitions will include standard, luck of the draw long shot; short range rapid fire and one time go single shot 3-D. All competitors are required to provide their own equipment. Field tips only, all equipment will be inspected at check in. $5 per competition per competitor. Register by calling 859-225-4073.

    3. Little Explorers at Raven Run
      10:00 am – 12:00 pm

      (Saturday, September 5, 10 a.m., Raven Run)–Bring your children ages 3–7 years to Raven Run for this special children’s program. Activities include a short nature hike and art project with all supplies provided. These programs are held monthly and have a different theme so feel free to attend as many programs as you like. Registration is required and can be done by calling 272-6105.

    4. Volunteer Saturday at Raven Run
      10:00 am – 4:00 pm

      (Saturday, September 5, 10 a.m., Raven Run Nature Sanctuary)–Raven Run is looking for a few good volunteers! Individuals are needed to help with invasive plant removal, trail maintenance and more. Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes and work gloves. Volunteers should come to the Nature Center at 10am and stay as long as your schedule permits. For more information call (859) 272-6105

    5. SUP Yoga on the Pond at Shaker Village
      2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

      Ages 12 and up Try your hand at standup paddle boarding! Certified instructors will teach participants the ins and outs of this emerging water sport, including paddling and safety techniques, on the calm waters of the Shaker Village pond. Appropriate for many ages and abilities. http://shakervillageky.org/event/sup-yoga-on-the-pond/

    6. ART EXHIBIT: “Art by Debbie” at John G. Irvin Art Gallery at Central Bank
      4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

      John G. Irvin Gallery at Central Bank is pleased to announce the original art works by Debbie Waitkus.  The show is entitled “Art by Debbie.” All artwork will be on display September 4 – September 25, 2015. A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, September 4, on the 5th floor executive area of the bank, located at 300 West Vine Street in Lexington from 4:30 until 6:00 p.m. The art may also be viewed during normal business hours Monday thru Friday.  The collection is displayed on floors 2 and 3. For more information please call Central Bank, Patricia Wheatley at 859-253-6346.

    7. Ada Limón reads from and signs, “Bright Dead Things,” at The Morris Book Shop
      5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

      The Morris Book Shop is happy to host Ada Limón as she signs her new poetry collection, “Bright Dead Things.”About the book: Bright Dead Things examines the chaos that is life, the dangerous thrill of living in a world you know you have to leave one day, and the search to find something that is ultimately “disorderly, and marvelous, and ours.” A book of bravado and introspection, of 21st century feminist swagger and harrowing terror and loss, this fourth collection considers how we build our identities out of place and human contact—tracing in intimate detail the various ways the speaker’s sense of self both shifts and perseveres as she moves from New York City to rural Kentucky, loses a dear parent, ages past the capriciousness of youth, and falls in love. Limón has often been a poet who wears her heart on her sleeve, but in these extraordinary poems that heart becomes a “huge beating genius machine” striving to embrace and understand the fullness of the present moment. “I am beautiful. I am full of love. I am dying,” the poet writes. Building on the legacies of forebears such as Frank O’Hara, Sharon Olds, and Mark Doty, Limón’s work is consistently generous and accessible—though every observed moment feels complexly thought, felt, and lived. Praise for “Bright Dead Things:” “In Ada Limon’s Bright Dead Things, there’s a fierce jazz and sass (“this life is a fist / of fast wishes caught by nothing, / but the fishhook of tomorrow’s tug.”) and there’s sadness—a grappling with death and loss that forces the imagination to a deep response. The radio in her new, rural home warns “stay safe and seek shelter” and yet the heart seeks love, risk, and strangeness—and finds it everywhere.”—Gregory Orr “Ada Limón doesn’t write as if she needs us. She writes as if she wants us. Her words reveal, coax, pull, see us. In Bright Dead Things we read desire, ache, what human beings rarely have the heart or audacity to speak of alone—without the help of a poet with the most generous of eyes.”—Nikky Finney About the author: Ada Limón is the author of four poetry collections. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, American Poetry Review, Oxford American, and Guernica. She lives in Kentucky and California.

    8. ART EXHIBIT: Evolving, Revolving 14 at Ann Tower Gallery
      5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      The Ann Tower Gallery is pleased to present Evolving Revolving 14, our annual summer group exhibition for the Gallery Hop’s first mid-summer event. We are delighted to introduce new paintings by Louisville artist Ewa Perz, Cincinnati artist Linda Fischer, Belgian artist Marleen De Waele-De Bock, who has lived in Nashville for several years, Stephen Howell and David Stenulson of Lexington, and sculpture by Jason Kelty, a Shepardsville artist who earned an MFA from the University of Kentucky. We will also present an impressive variety of new work from other artists represented by the gallery, including paintings, sculpture, photography, drawings, ceramics and folk art. Artists in the gallery include Patrick Adams, Minnie Adkins, Gary Bower, Cole Carothers, Nancy Fletcher Cassell, Carolyn Courtney, Sondra Dorn, Gary Drake, Joseph Fitzpatrick, Robert James Foose, Evan Fugazzi, Kevin Gardner, Ulrike Hahn, Nori Hall, Georgia Henkel, Mike Holdren, Carolyn Young Hisel, Judith Pointer Jia,  Guy Mendes, Joe Molinaro, Elissa Morley, Lonnie and Twyla Money, Janet Neuwalder, Mary Newton, Anna Marie Pavlik,  Spencer Reinhard, Chris Segre-Lewis,  Valerie Shesko, David Shiner, Dollie and Guy Skaggs, Karen Spears, Kim Sobel, Lina Tharsing, Robert Tharsing, Mary Tortorici, Ann Tower, Travis Townsend, Sharon Weis, Judy Wells, and Daniel Werner. The exhibition will change throughout the summer and will end on Sept. 6, 2015. The gallery is open Tuesdays though Saturdays 10am – 5pm, and Sundays 10am-2pm with extended hours during special events, theater performances and by appointment.

    9. “Spirits! Scandals! Sordid Secrets!” Presented by Dr. Coleman’s Lexington History Walks
      8:00 pm – 9:15 pm

      Genteel Lexington has its dark side!  Uncover why Lexington was once called “the wicked city.”  Learn of the duelists, gamblers, and ladies-of-ill-repute who once walked these streets—many locals claim their spirits still do.  Come see for yourself.  (75 minutes, approx. 1.3 miles, parental discretion advised)

  5. Sep
    6
    Sun
    1. “Hoofprints on the Soul” – The Horses of the Bible by C.W. Nave
      8:00 am – 5:00 pm

      Having studied the scriptures of the Holy Bible since the 1970s, C.W. Nave incorporates these influences into her art through imagery that conforms to scripture. The exhibition features Nave’s paintings of horses from the bible, a series spanning more than 20 years of work. Exhibition opens Saturday, September 5th at the English Country Fair and remains on display until October 28th.  Gallery hours are Tues – Fri, 10-4 and Sundays, 8:30 am & 10:55 am services.

    2. Raven Run Butterflies
      1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

      (Sunday, September 6, 1 p.m., Raven Run)–Join us as we search the forests and meadows for beautiful butterflies. Learn how to identify many common species “on the wing,” hear about insect folklore and how to attract species to your yard. This walk will last approximately an hour and a half and cover approximately one mile of trail. For more information, call 272-6105.

    3. Wolf Run Wildlife Refuge Fundraiser at First Vineyard
      2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

      First Vineyard is proud to be hosting a fundraiser for this wonderful organization, whose mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and release animals in need. This mission applies not only to wolves; they currently feed, house, and otherwise care for raccoons, bobcats, deer, and even potbelly pigs.  There’ll be food and a silent auction (items include an appointment for a session with the hybrids and a professional photographer, and you can also bid on a guided tour through this awesome facility). But best of all – the hybrid cubs will be on hand for photographs.  There’s no admission fee – they’re just asking for donations at the door.  Any amount is appreciated!

    4. ART EXHIBIT: “Art by Debbie” at John G. Irvin Art Gallery at Central Bank
      4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

      John G. Irvin Gallery at Central Bank is pleased to announce the original art works by Debbie Waitkus.  The show is entitled “Art by Debbie.” All artwork will be on display September 4 – September 25, 2015. A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, September 4, on the 5th floor executive area of the bank, located at 300 West Vine Street in Lexington from 4:30 until 6:00 p.m. The art may also be viewed during normal business hours Monday thru Friday.  The collection is displayed on floors 2 and 3. For more information please call Central Bank, Patricia Wheatley at 859-253-6346.

    5. ART EXHIBIT: Evolving, Revolving 14 at Ann Tower Gallery
      5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      The Ann Tower Gallery is pleased to present Evolving Revolving 14, our annual summer group exhibition for the Gallery Hop’s first mid-summer event. We are delighted to introduce new paintings by Louisville artist Ewa Perz, Cincinnati artist Linda Fischer, Belgian artist Marleen De Waele-De Bock, who has lived in Nashville for several years, Stephen Howell and David Stenulson of Lexington, and sculpture by Jason Kelty, a Shepardsville artist who earned an MFA from the University of Kentucky. We will also present an impressive variety of new work from other artists represented by the gallery, including paintings, sculpture, photography, drawings, ceramics and folk art. Artists in the gallery include Patrick Adams, Minnie Adkins, Gary Bower, Cole Carothers, Nancy Fletcher Cassell, Carolyn Courtney, Sondra Dorn, Gary Drake, Joseph Fitzpatrick, Robert James Foose, Evan Fugazzi, Kevin Gardner, Ulrike Hahn, Nori Hall, Georgia Henkel, Mike Holdren, Carolyn Young Hisel, Judith Pointer Jia,  Guy Mendes, Joe Molinaro, Elissa Morley, Lonnie and Twyla Money, Janet Neuwalder, Mary Newton, Anna Marie Pavlik,  Spencer Reinhard, Chris Segre-Lewis,  Valerie Shesko, David Shiner, Dollie and Guy Skaggs, Karen Spears, Kim Sobel, Lina Tharsing, Robert Tharsing, Mary Tortorici, Ann Tower, Travis Townsend, Sharon Weis, Judy Wells, and Daniel Werner. The exhibition will change throughout the summer and will end on Sept. 6, 2015. The gallery is open Tuesdays though Saturdays 10am – 5pm, and Sundays 10am-2pm with extended hours during special events, theater performances and by appointment.

    6. Jazz on the Lawn at the Henry Clay Estate
      5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

      Bring a blanket and your friends for this annual Jazz on the Lawn concert featuring DiMartino Osland Jazz Orchestra. Rain date is Sept. 2.  Admission is free for general seating.  Parking is $5.  Reserved Parking and Reserved Seating is $25.

  6. Sep
    7
    Mon
    1. Diverse Methods: A Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative Exhibition
      Sep 7 (all-day)

      June 22, 2015 – October 16, 2015 “Bluegrass Printmakers Cooperative: Diverse Methods” Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative members showcase prints in “Diverse Methods”, a group exhibit at the Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center in Lexington, KY. This exhibits features the work of the many celebrated artists who comprise the Bluegrass Printmakers Collaborative, including work from: Kirsti Anderssen Marta Dorton Liz Foley Cristina Igelmo Natalia Ilieva Erica Meuser Cathy Vigor Carolynne Weber Stephen Wiggins “Diverse Methods” , a group exhibit of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, explores an array of personal experiences, learned messages and printmaking mediums. As we travel in our life journey we glean knowledge from our experiences, keeping some, discarding others. This exhibit provides a look into our varied journeys and some of the methods artists use to transcribe personal experience into visual art. The artwork on exhibit are printmaking pieces;  art pieces created by using pressure to transfer inks from a plate to paper. Mediums included in the show are collagraphs, etching, screen printing, monotypes, and linocuts, among others. The BPC plans several events and hands-on opportunities for community participation. 2015 marks the ten-year anniversary of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, organized to provide local and regional printmakers with a studio space to create prints, share knowledge and provide community. The estate of Lexington artist Lillian Boyer donated her hand-made printmaking press and the BPC began. The mission of the BPC is to be a thriving print studio where printmakers work and to create a dialogue about prints and art. Through demonstrations, classes and workshops the BPC exposes the community to prints and teaches printmaking processes. As juried members of the cooperative, printmakers also have the opportunity to exhibit and promote their artwork. Located on the lower level of ArtsPlace in Lexington, the BPC is part of LexArts’ Space to Create initiative, which offers support for local artists and arts organizations.

    2. “Hoofprints on the Soul” – The Horses of the Bible by C.W. Nave
      8:00 am – 5:00 pm

      Having studied the scriptures of the Holy Bible since the 1970s, C.W. Nave incorporates these influences into her art through imagery that conforms to scripture. The exhibition features Nave’s paintings of horses from the bible, a series spanning more than 20 years of work. Exhibition opens Saturday, September 5th at the English Country Fair and remains on display until October 28th.  Gallery hours are Tues – Fri, 10-4 and Sundays, 8:30 am & 10:55 am services.

    3. ART EXHIBIT: “Art by Debbie” at John G. Irvin Art Gallery at Central Bank
      4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

      John G. Irvin Gallery at Central Bank is pleased to announce the original art works by Debbie Waitkus.  The show is entitled “Art by Debbie.” All artwork will be on display September 4 – September 25, 2015. A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, September 4, on the 5th floor executive area of the bank, located at 300 West Vine Street in Lexington from 4:30 until 6:00 p.m. The art may also be viewed during normal business hours Monday thru Friday.  The collection is displayed on floors 2 and 3. For more information please call Central Bank, Patricia Wheatley at 859-253-6346.

    4. Remaining City Pools & Aquatic Centers Close for Season
      5:00 pm – 5:00 pm

      The aquatic centers located at Tates Creek, Woodland and Shillito pool will close for the season on Labor Day, September 7, at 5 p.m., for more information, call 288-2970.

    5. USFS Fall Ice Skating Lessons Registration
      6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

      USFS Fall Ice Skating Lessons Registration is ongoing for figure skating and hockey lessons. Small groups are broken down by level and age. All levels are on the ice at the same time so mom and dad can be in one class while the kids are in another. Skates are available. badges, progress books, recitals and great exercise. Classes meet Mondays or Wednesdays 6-7 pm and Saturdays 10-11am. Weekday afternoon class is at 1:30 pm. Wednesday evening classes start session #2. Lessons run in sex weeks sessions beginning Monday, August 17, but you can join in anytime. Makeup classes available for those busy homework days. Family friendly fun; register soon and ask us about performing in this years Nutcracker on Ice. Come skate with US. US Figure Skating Director at LExington Ice Center is June Warta (859) 619-6228 or june.learntoskate@windstream.net

  7. Sep
    8
    Tue
    1. Diverse Methods: A Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative Exhibition
      Sep 8 (all-day)

      June 22, 2015 – October 16, 2015 “Bluegrass Printmakers Cooperative: Diverse Methods” Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative members showcase prints in “Diverse Methods”, a group exhibit at the Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center in Lexington, KY. This exhibits features the work of the many celebrated artists who comprise the Bluegrass Printmakers Collaborative, including work from: Kirsti Anderssen Marta Dorton Liz Foley Cristina Igelmo Natalia Ilieva Erica Meuser Cathy Vigor Carolynne Weber Stephen Wiggins “Diverse Methods” , a group exhibit of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, explores an array of personal experiences, learned messages and printmaking mediums. As we travel in our life journey we glean knowledge from our experiences, keeping some, discarding others. This exhibit provides a look into our varied journeys and some of the methods artists use to transcribe personal experience into visual art. The artwork on exhibit are printmaking pieces;  art pieces created by using pressure to transfer inks from a plate to paper. Mediums included in the show are collagraphs, etching, screen printing, monotypes, and linocuts, among others. The BPC plans several events and hands-on opportunities for community participation. 2015 marks the ten-year anniversary of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, organized to provide local and regional printmakers with a studio space to create prints, share knowledge and provide community. The estate of Lexington artist Lillian Boyer donated her hand-made printmaking press and the BPC began. The mission of the BPC is to be a thriving print studio where printmakers work and to create a dialogue about prints and art. Through demonstrations, classes and workshops the BPC exposes the community to prints and teaches printmaking processes. As juried members of the cooperative, printmakers also have the opportunity to exhibit and promote their artwork. Located on the lower level of ArtsPlace in Lexington, the BPC is part of LexArts’ Space to Create initiative, which offers support for local artists and arts organizations.

    2. “Hoofprints on the Soul” – The Horses of the Bible by C.W. Nave
      8:00 am – 5:00 pm

      Having studied the scriptures of the Holy Bible since the 1970s, C.W. Nave incorporates these influences into her art through imagery that conforms to scripture. The exhibition features Nave’s paintings of horses from the bible, a series spanning more than 20 years of work. Exhibition opens Saturday, September 5th at the English Country Fair and remains on display until October 28th.  Gallery hours are Tues – Fri, 10-4 and Sundays, 8:30 am & 10:55 am services.

    3. Learn and Play at Crestwood Christian Church
      9:30 am – 11:30 am

      Enjoy play, literacy, and learning activities with your 2-3 year-old child and learn some useful parenting tools under the guidance of early childhood professionals and parent educators, in both English and Spanish. For more information visit 859-333-3053 or visit enrichingfamilies.org.

    4. Nonfiction Writing Group at the Carnegie Center
      12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

      Instructor: Neil Chethik, Carnegie Center Executive Director Tuesdays, September 8-November 24 noon-1:30 pm $144 Join a lively, diverse group of people in exploring nonfiction writing, including personal essays, columns, magazine pieces, and autobiography. This is a chance to limber up as a writer, get feedback from others, and gain confidence in an affirming atmosphere. [ALL LEVELS]

    5. ART EXHIBIT: “Art by Debbie” at John G. Irvin Art Gallery at Central Bank
      4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

      John G. Irvin Gallery at Central Bank is pleased to announce the original art works by Debbie Waitkus.  The show is entitled “Art by Debbie.” All artwork will be on display September 4 – September 25, 2015. A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, September 4, on the 5th floor executive area of the bank, located at 300 West Vine Street in Lexington from 4:30 until 6:00 p.m. The art may also be viewed during normal business hours Monday thru Friday.  The collection is displayed on floors 2 and 3. For more information please call Central Bank, Patricia Wheatley at 859-253-6346.

    6. Writers Meet-Up at the Carnegie Center
      5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

      Tuesday, September 8 5:30-7:00 pm FREE & open to the public If you love to write, come to the Carnegie Center to meet like-minded writers, find a writing group/critique partner, and/or mingle with instructors, mentors, published authors, and fellow students. Wine, refreshments, and light hors d’oeuvres will be served. At 6:00 pm, you’ll have the option to participate in activities that will help you build a supportive writing network. Sponsored by Nicholasville Road MRI.

    7. Enrich Your Whole Family with The Redirecting Children’s Behavior Course
      6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

      Make Life Better! In this interactive, fun course parents learn how to re-frame challenges, address feelings compassionately, set limits, and how to understand misbehavior in order to tailor their discipline more effectively. In a supportive setting, they also learn how to build their child’s self-esteem and gain cooperation.  Includes one free hour of one-on-one coaching. Cost $150 per person, and bring a friend for FREE. Registration Required by three days before the course starts. Visit enrichingfamilies.org or call 859-333-3053. Facilitated by Lesley Iwinski, MD.

    8. History to Chew On Series at McConnell Springs
      6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      (Tuesday, September 8, 6 p.m., McConnell Springs) – Pack your brown bag dinner and come out to McConnell Springs for their “History to Chew On” series.  Held the second Tuesday of the month through October 13, these presentations will focus on aspects of Central Kentucky to include history, geology, archaeology and culture. This month’s topic is “Ship of Gold”-sinking and recovery of the treasure from the S.S. Central America. The event is free but registration is requested as seating is limited. Soft drinks and water will be provided. For more information or to register, call McConnell Springs at 225-4073.

  8. Sep
    9
    Wed
    1. Diverse Methods: A Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative Exhibition
      Sep 9 (all-day)

      June 22, 2015 – October 16, 2015 “Bluegrass Printmakers Cooperative: Diverse Methods” Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative members showcase prints in “Diverse Methods”, a group exhibit at the Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center in Lexington, KY. This exhibits features the work of the many celebrated artists who comprise the Bluegrass Printmakers Collaborative, including work from: Kirsti Anderssen Marta Dorton Liz Foley Cristina Igelmo Natalia Ilieva Erica Meuser Cathy Vigor Carolynne Weber Stephen Wiggins “Diverse Methods” , a group exhibit of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, explores an array of personal experiences, learned messages and printmaking mediums. As we travel in our life journey we glean knowledge from our experiences, keeping some, discarding others. This exhibit provides a look into our varied journeys and some of the methods artists use to transcribe personal experience into visual art. The artwork on exhibit are printmaking pieces;  art pieces created by using pressure to transfer inks from a plate to paper. Mediums included in the show are collagraphs, etching, screen printing, monotypes, and linocuts, among others. The BPC plans several events and hands-on opportunities for community participation. 2015 marks the ten-year anniversary of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, organized to provide local and regional printmakers with a studio space to create prints, share knowledge and provide community. The estate of Lexington artist Lillian Boyer donated her hand-made printmaking press and the BPC began. The mission of the BPC is to be a thriving print studio where printmakers work and to create a dialogue about prints and art. Through demonstrations, classes and workshops the BPC exposes the community to prints and teaches printmaking processes. As juried members of the cooperative, printmakers also have the opportunity to exhibit and promote their artwork. Located on the lower level of ArtsPlace in Lexington, the BPC is part of LexArts’ Space to Create initiative, which offers support for local artists and arts organizations.

    2. “Hoofprints on the Soul” – The Horses of the Bible by C.W. Nave
      8:00 am – 5:00 pm

      Having studied the scriptures of the Holy Bible since the 1970s, C.W. Nave incorporates these influences into her art through imagery that conforms to scripture. The exhibition features Nave’s paintings of horses from the bible, a series spanning more than 20 years of work. Exhibition opens Saturday, September 5th at the English Country Fair and remains on display until October 28th.  Gallery hours are Tues – Fri, 10-4 and Sundays, 8:30 am & 10:55 am services.

    3. ART EXHIBIT: “Art by Debbie” at John G. Irvin Art Gallery at Central Bank
      4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

      John G. Irvin Gallery at Central Bank is pleased to announce the original art works by Debbie Waitkus.  The show is entitled “Art by Debbie.” All artwork will be on display September 4 – September 25, 2015. A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, September 4, on the 5th floor executive area of the bank, located at 300 West Vine Street in Lexington from 4:30 until 6:00 p.m. The art may also be viewed during normal business hours Monday thru Friday.  The collection is displayed on floors 2 and 3. For more information please call Central Bank, Patricia Wheatley at 859-253-6346.

  9. Sep
    10
    Thu
    1. Diverse Methods: A Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative Exhibition
      Sep 10 (all-day)

      June 22, 2015 – October 16, 2015 “Bluegrass Printmakers Cooperative: Diverse Methods” Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative members showcase prints in “Diverse Methods”, a group exhibit at the Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center in Lexington, KY. This exhibits features the work of the many celebrated artists who comprise the Bluegrass Printmakers Collaborative, including work from: Kirsti Anderssen Marta Dorton Liz Foley Cristina Igelmo Natalia Ilieva Erica Meuser Cathy Vigor Carolynne Weber Stephen Wiggins “Diverse Methods” , a group exhibit of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, explores an array of personal experiences, learned messages and printmaking mediums. As we travel in our life journey we glean knowledge from our experiences, keeping some, discarding others. This exhibit provides a look into our varied journeys and some of the methods artists use to transcribe personal experience into visual art. The artwork on exhibit are printmaking pieces;  art pieces created by using pressure to transfer inks from a plate to paper. Mediums included in the show are collagraphs, etching, screen printing, monotypes, and linocuts, among others. The BPC plans several events and hands-on opportunities for community participation. 2015 marks the ten-year anniversary of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, organized to provide local and regional printmakers with a studio space to create prints, share knowledge and provide community. The estate of Lexington artist Lillian Boyer donated her hand-made printmaking press and the BPC began. The mission of the BPC is to be a thriving print studio where printmakers work and to create a dialogue about prints and art. Through demonstrations, classes and workshops the BPC exposes the community to prints and teaches printmaking processes. As juried members of the cooperative, printmakers also have the opportunity to exhibit and promote their artwork. Located on the lower level of ArtsPlace in Lexington, the BPC is part of LexArts’ Space to Create initiative, which offers support for local artists and arts organizations.

    2. “Hoofprints on the Soul” – The Horses of the Bible by C.W. Nave
      8:00 am – 5:00 pm

      Having studied the scriptures of the Holy Bible since the 1970s, C.W. Nave incorporates these influences into her art through imagery that conforms to scripture. The exhibition features Nave’s paintings of horses from the bible, a series spanning more than 20 years of work. Exhibition opens Saturday, September 5th at the English Country Fair and remains on display until October 28th.  Gallery hours are Tues – Fri, 10-4 and Sundays, 8:30 am & 10:55 am services.

    3. ART EXHIBIT: “Art by Debbie” at John G. Irvin Art Gallery at Central Bank
      4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

      John G. Irvin Gallery at Central Bank is pleased to announce the original art works by Debbie Waitkus.  The show is entitled “Art by Debbie.” All artwork will be on display September 4 – September 25, 2015. A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, September 4, on the 5th floor executive area of the bank, located at 300 West Vine Street in Lexington from 4:30 until 6:00 p.m. The art may also be viewed during normal business hours Monday thru Friday.  The collection is displayed on floors 2 and 3. For more information please call Central Bank, Patricia Wheatley at 859-253-6346.

    4. Lexington Rescue Mission Fall Banquet & Silent Auction
      5:30 pm – 9:00 pm

      Lexington Rescue Mission cordially invites you to attend our annual banquet and silent auction to celebrate our triumphs, hear inspirational testimonies from our clients and learn how your gifts can reach hearts and change lives. Tickets are $35 and include dinner, entertainment and the opportunity to bid on a wide selection of auction items. A special offering will be collected at the end of the evening to benefit the Mission. To reserve your seats, please register at www.lexingtonrescue.org by August 27.

    5. “BadddDDD Sonia Sanchez” at the Lyric Theatre
      6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      The Lyric Theatre and the Kentucky Women Writers Conference present a screening of the film “BadddDDD Sonia Sanchez,” followed by a Q & A with Sonia Sanchez led by Patrice Muhammad. This event is free and open to the public.

    6. P.R.E.P. Talks at Transylvania University
      6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

      Community Action Council and Transylvania University are hosting a series of solution-based discussions designed to engage the community on topics related to Preventing, Reducing, and Eliminating Poverty. Keynote speaker; Malcolm Ratchford, Executive Director, will provide an overview of poverty in Lexington, focusing on equity vs. equality and structural barriers.

  10. Sep
    11
    Fri
    1. Diverse Methods: A Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative Exhibition
      Sep 11 (all-day)

      June 22, 2015 – October 16, 2015 “Bluegrass Printmakers Cooperative: Diverse Methods” Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative members showcase prints in “Diverse Methods”, a group exhibit at the Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center in Lexington, KY. This exhibits features the work of the many celebrated artists who comprise the Bluegrass Printmakers Collaborative, including work from: Kirsti Anderssen Marta Dorton Liz Foley Cristina Igelmo Natalia Ilieva Erica Meuser Cathy Vigor Carolynne Weber Stephen Wiggins “Diverse Methods” , a group exhibit of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, explores an array of personal experiences, learned messages and printmaking mediums. As we travel in our life journey we glean knowledge from our experiences, keeping some, discarding others. This exhibit provides a look into our varied journeys and some of the methods artists use to transcribe personal experience into visual art. The artwork on exhibit are printmaking pieces;  art pieces created by using pressure to transfer inks from a plate to paper. Mediums included in the show are collagraphs, etching, screen printing, monotypes, and linocuts, among others. The BPC plans several events and hands-on opportunities for community participation. 2015 marks the ten-year anniversary of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, organized to provide local and regional printmakers with a studio space to create prints, share knowledge and provide community. The estate of Lexington artist Lillian Boyer donated her hand-made printmaking press and the BPC began. The mission of the BPC is to be a thriving print studio where printmakers work and to create a dialogue about prints and art. Through demonstrations, classes and workshops the BPC exposes the community to prints and teaches printmaking processes. As juried members of the cooperative, printmakers also have the opportunity to exhibit and promote their artwork. Located on the lower level of ArtsPlace in Lexington, the BPC is part of LexArts’ Space to Create initiative, which offers support for local artists and arts organizations.

    2. “Hoofprints on the Soul” – The Horses of the Bible by C.W. Nave
      8:00 am – 5:00 pm

      Having studied the scriptures of the Holy Bible since the 1970s, C.W. Nave incorporates these influences into her art through imagery that conforms to scripture. The exhibition features Nave’s paintings of horses from the bible, a series spanning more than 20 years of work. Exhibition opens Saturday, September 5th at the English Country Fair and remains on display until October 28th.  Gallery hours are Tues – Fri, 10-4 and Sundays, 8:30 am & 10:55 am services.

    3. 37th Annual Kentucky Women Writers Conference
      9:00 am – 6:00 pm

      A two-day conference dedicated to celebrating women writers from Kentucky and beyond. Includes workshops, readings and panels addressing poetry, fiction and nonfiction. Featured guests include Ann Beattie, Sonia Sanchez, Angela Ball, Bianca Bargo, Martha Billips, Emily Bingham, Meghan Daum, Kathleen Driskell, Allison Joseph, Carson Kreitzer, Jessica Helen Lopez, Hannah Pittard, Jacinda Townsend, Joy Harris, and more. General admission prior to Aug. 1: $175 General admission after Aug. 1: $200 Admission w/o workshops: $125 Student admission: $30

    4. Kentucky Women Writers Conference
      9:00 am – 6:00 pm

      Friday, September 11 & Saturday, September 12 9:00 am-6:00 pm $200 general admission with workshop $125 general admission without workshop $30 students Register at www.womenwriters.as.uky.edu Come to the Carnegie Center for the 37th annual Kentucky Women Writers Conference. Workshops, readings, and panels in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction with Ann Beattie, Sonia Sanchez, Angela Ball, Emily Bingham, Meghan Daum, Kathleen Driskell, Carson Kreitzer, Jessica Helen Lopez, Hannah Pittard, Jacinda Townsend, Joy Harris, and more. Featuring a special reading by Carnegie’s Young Women Writers and Teen Howl Poets (Saturday, 3:15-4:15 pm). Reading free and open to the public.

    5. Seniors Writing Group
      10:00 am – 11:30 am

      Instructor: Sarah Combs Fridays, September 11-December 4 (no class November 27) 10:00-11:30 am FREE At the Lexington Senior Center, 1530 Nicholasville Road If you’ve reached that golden age, join this writing group, which meets at the Lexington Senior Center. This group features in-class writing exercises; feedback for family stories, memoirs, poems, and stories; tips for reading and publishing your work; and lively conversation and fellowship. [ALL LEVELS]

    6. Seniors Writing Group at the Carnegie Center
      10:00 am – 11:30 am

      Instructor: Sarah Combs Fridays, September 11-December 4 (no class November 27) 10:00-11:30 am FREE At the Lexington Senior Center, 1530 Nicholasville Road If you’ve reached that golden age, join this writing group, which meets at the Lexington Senior Center. This group features in-class writing exercises; feedback for family stories, memoirs, poems, and stories; tips for reading and publishing your work; and lively conversation and fellowship. [ALL LEVELS]

    7. Christ the King Oktoberfest
      4:00 pm – 11:00 pm

      Lexington’s Premier Fall Festival. Oktoberfest features fun for all ages. Featuring many German food offerings and delicious options from a variety of your favorite food vendors.  Not to mention live music, kid’s games, the infamous Celebrity Cake Wheel, inflatables, BINGO, Black Jack and more. Live music will start at 5pm on Friday & Saturday. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 The Twiggenburys thumper30 Rebel Without a Cause The BoDeans SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 Slick Floors Disaster Peace Lex Zeppelin Radio 80 JOHN WAITE

    8. ART EXHIBIT: “Art by Debbie” at John G. Irvin Art Gallery at Central Bank
      4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

      John G. Irvin Gallery at Central Bank is pleased to announce the original art works by Debbie Waitkus.  The show is entitled “Art by Debbie.” All artwork will be on display September 4 – September 25, 2015. A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, September 4, on the 5th floor executive area of the bank, located at 300 West Vine Street in Lexington from 4:30 until 6:00 p.m. The art may also be viewed during normal business hours Monday thru Friday.  The collection is displayed on floors 2 and 3. For more information please call Central Bank, Patricia Wheatley at 859-253-6346.

    9. Over Night Camping Trip at Raven Run
      6:00 pm – 11:55 pm

      (Friday, September 11-12 & 25-26, 6 p.m. – 11 a.m., Raven Run) – Experience the sights and sounds of Raven Run Nature Park after hours while putting your camping skills to the test. Participants are encouraged to bring their own equipment. Pre registration is required and the whole family is welcome. To register and for more information call 225-4073.

    10. Keynote Reading with Ann Beattie at the Singletary Center for the Arts
      7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

      The Kentucky Women Writers Conference is proud to present our keynote speaker, Ann Beattie, at the Singletary Center Recital Hall. She will speak about her experiences as a writer and read from her own work, followed by a Q & A session led by novelist Hannah Pittard. This event is free and open to the public.

    11. All the Little Pieces Present a Tribute to Jack White
      8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

      Come out to Willie’s Locally Known for an evening of music that will feature selections by Jack White, The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather, etc….performed by All the Little Pieces. In addition All the Little Pieces will play some of their own original music that was inspired by the music of Jack White. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Jack’s favorite charity, The Nashville Rescue Mission as a thanks for his inspiration.

  11. Sep
    12
    Sat
    1. McDazzle Red Tie Gala
      12:00 am – 12:00 am

      An evening of dinner, dancing, live and silent auction all to raise crucial funds for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Bluegrass.

    2. “Hoofprints on the Soul” – The Horses of the Bible by C.W. Nave
      8:00 am – 5:00 pm

      Having studied the scriptures of the Holy Bible since the 1970s, C.W. Nave incorporates these influences into her art through imagery that conforms to scripture. The exhibition features Nave’s paintings of horses from the bible, a series spanning more than 20 years of work. Exhibition opens Saturday, September 5th at the English Country Fair and remains on display until October 28th.  Gallery hours are Tues – Fri, 10-4 and Sundays, 8:30 am & 10:55 am services.

    3. Christ the King OktoberDash
      8:00 am – 12:00 pm

      Sponsored by Dentistry for Children Please join Christ the King in the inaugural OktoberDash 3K race! Online registration available at runsignup.com/Race/KY/Lexington/OktoberDash3k OktoberDash, in conjuction with Christ the King’s Oktoberfest, strives to raises awareness and financial support for our parish school and outreach programs.

    4. 37th Annual Kentucky Women Writers Conference
      9:00 am – 6:00 pm

      A two-day conference dedicated to celebrating women writers from Kentucky and beyond. Includes workshops, readings and panels addressing poetry, fiction and nonfiction. Featured guests include Ann Beattie, Sonia Sanchez, Angela Ball, Bianca Bargo, Martha Billips, Emily Bingham, Meghan Daum, Kathleen Driskell, Allison Joseph, Carson Kreitzer, Jessica Helen Lopez, Hannah Pittard, Jacinda Townsend, Joy Harris, and more. General admission prior to Aug. 1: $175 General admission after Aug. 1: $200 Admission w/o workshops: $125 Student admission: $30

    5. L.V. Harkness Annual Sale
      9:00 am – 5:00 pm

      L.V. Harkness is proud to host their Annual Sale on Saturday, September 12th from 9A.M. -5P.M. Stop by to shop your favorite gifts and luxury items all at 50% off!

    6. Ask The Expert Event
      10:00 am – 12:00 pm

      LEXINGTON, Ky. (March 31, 2015) – St. John & Myers: Antique and Period Jewelry is hosting a free “Ask the Expert” day with Professional Gemologist Louis Scholz on Saturday, September 12th from 10 AM to 12 PM at their Lexington storefront at 400 Old Vine Street, Suite 100. Members of the public will have the opportunity to bring a family heirloom to St. John and Myers for a one-on-one verbal appraisal, a service which normally begins at $55 for a group of three items.  There will be no charge for this community event, but participants are encouraged to sign up in advance as spaces are limited.  Reservations can be made by calling St. John & Myers at 859-559-4242. “Louis is a Renaissance Man of the antique world; he knows about all types of antiques,” Olivia Johnson Scholz, President of St. John & Myers, says, “He has 30 years of experience as a professional gemologist and a broad background in the jewelry industry, not just with jewelry and gems, but also sterling silver, watches, coins and costume jewelry.” Mr. Scholz is a prominently featured jewelry expert on KET’s Kentucky Collectibles.  Nationally known as a speaker on the subject of antique and period jewelry, his appearances include the AGS Southeastern Guild and Annual Conclave/Conference, the NAJA Annual Conference, and the ASA Master Gemologist Appraiser Course. Mr. Scholz is the only jeweler in Central Kentucky with expertise in antique and period jewelry, custom design, and restoration of antique jewelry. St. John and Myers has been named by the national publication, InStore Magazine, as one of the “Coolest stores” in America. “The store’s aesthetic resonates thematically with its merchandise,” wrote Eileen McClelland of InStore Magazine, “Of St. John & Myers’ 16 showcases, 14 are devoted to antique and estate jewelry – pieces made between 1850 and 1960.” Last spring, over 20 participants pre-registered for the spring event which lasted three hours from 10 AM to 1 PM. More signed up at the door, or attended as guests for those who pre-registered. After their meeting with Mr. Scholz, many participants chose to sign up for follow-up appointments to discuss the restoration of their antique jewelry or to get a formal written appraisal so the item could be insured. This is a rare opportunity for Central Kentuckians to find out how much their heirlooms are worth for no fee. They can reserve their time slot by calling St. John & Myers at 859-559-4242 or e-mailing Galen Velonis at connect@stjohnandmyers.com.

    7. Waveland Art Fair
      10:00 am – 10:00 am

      Waveland State Historic Site in Lexington, Kentucky will hold their second annual Waveland Art Fair in September.  I have attached a flyer for your review. We would love for an artist participating in the event to be featured, or even provide tickets to the Art Fair as giveaways.    Any listings, mentions would be wonderful!  All help is greatly appreciated! Highlights for the Waveland Art Fair include: • Browse, shop and meet some of Kentucky’s top artists and their work • Enjoy the tour of Waveland’s main home, slave quarters, smoke house and ice house • Children’s activities will be offered throughout the event • Have lunch and a taste of wine from local Kentucky food and wine vendors   September 12th and 13th, 2015 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday; 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday $5.00 Adults;  Children under 12 are free   If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.   Thank you! Charla Reed Waveland State Historic Site 859-272-3611

    8. Japan Summer Fest at Robert F. Stephens Courthouse
      11:00 am – 7:00 pm

      The Japan Summer Fest is back again this year! This is the biggest Japanese summer festival in Kentucky! We drew more than 12,000 people last year and we are hoping to make this year better than ever! The festival will be full of games, delicious food, Japanese culture, and of course some great performances! We look forward to seeing everyone there!

    9. ART EXHIBIT: Bottoms Up: A Sculpture Survey
      12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      Presenting numerous forms that have been carved, cast, or assembled in varying scales and materials. Includes work by El Anatsui, Harry Bertoia, Jean Baptiste Carpeaux, Willie Cole, and Pablo Picasso.

    10. ART EXHIBIT: Nina Katchadourian: Collection Interventions
      12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      Nina Katchadourian pays attention to what most of us miss, improvising with materials she finds close at hand to generate numerous representational acts. Image credit: NINA KATCHADOURIAN, Natural Crossdressing, 2002, courtesy of the artist and Catharine Clark Gallery

    11. ART EXHIBIT: Sculptors on Paper
      12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      Drawn from the Museum’s collection of works on paper, this exhibition illuminates the ways that drawings and prints serve as preliminary of parallel means for sculptural inquiry. Image credit: JIM DINE, Untitled from Glyptotek portfolio, 1989, glaciés transférés etching and aquatint on chine collé, collection of the UK Art Museum

    12. ART EXHIBIT: Wayne Koestenbaum: Unfamiliar Grammar
      12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      Acclaimed author and educator, Koestenbaum recently took up the paintbrush and produced hundreds of canvases of male portraits, nudes, landscapes and dense abstractions. Image credit: WAYNE KOESTENBAUM, I Pose Problems, 2010, acrylic on canvas, courtesy of the artist

    13. Christ the King Oktoberfest
      4:00 pm – 11:00 pm

      Lexington’s Premier Fall Festival. Oktoberfest features fun for all ages. Featuring many German food offerings and delicious options from a variety of your favorite food vendors.  Not to mention live music, kid’s games, the infamous Celebrity Cake Wheel, inflatables, BINGO, Black Jack and more. Live music will start at 5pm on Friday & Saturday. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 The Twiggenburys thumper30 Rebel Without a Cause The BoDeans SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 Slick Floors Disaster Peace Lex Zeppelin Radio 80 JOHN WAITE

    14. ART EXHIBIT: “Art by Debbie” at John G. Irvin Art Gallery at Central Bank
      4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

      John G. Irvin Gallery at Central Bank is pleased to announce the original art works by Debbie Waitkus.  The show is entitled “Art by Debbie.” All artwork will be on display September 4 – September 25, 2015. A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, September 4, on the 5th floor executive area of the bank, located at 300 West Vine Street in Lexington from 4:30 until 6:00 p.m. The art may also be viewed during normal business hours Monday thru Friday.  The collection is displayed on floors 2 and 3. For more information please call Central Bank, Patricia Wheatley at 859-253-6346.

    15. Bari Leigh LIVE at Talon Winery
      6:00 pm – 6:00 pm

      Fast-rising Southern rock artist, Bari Leigh, kicks off her Summer “Unchained” Tour this week, heading to 40 east coast cities in support of her debut album, Tonight, I’m Unchained. Having co-written, recorded, co-produced and released the album on her own label, Starfish Music, Leigh has grabbed the attention of CBS’s Entertainment Tonight, who calls her a “buzzworthy artist” who is “set to explode with her infectious mix of pop, country, blues and soul.”

    16. Wild Women of Poetry Slam at the Downtown Arts Center
      7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

      A poetry slam competition sponsored annually by the Kentucky Women Writers Conference, emceed by Bianca Spriggs, with featured celebrity judge Jessica Helen Lopez and Nashville singer/songwriter Amythyst Kiah. Poets Christina Boyd, Lisa Marie, Jordon Roberts, and Jeannie Woller will compete for the $500 Faith A. Smith prize. This event is free and open to the public.

    17. Stargazing at Raven Run
      8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

      (Saturday, September 12, 8 p.m., Raven Run Nature Sanctuary)–Enjoy an astronomy presentation and view the night sky through a variety of telescopes provided by the Bluegrass Amateur Astronomy Club. Far from the city lights, Raven Run is an excellent place to view planets, nebulae, galaxies and the Milky Way! The program is free and lasts two hours. Please call the center on event day if there is inclement weather in case of cancellation. To learn more call 271-6072.

  12. Sep
    13
    Sun
    1. “Hoofprints on the Soul” – The Horses of the Bible by C.W. Nave
      8:00 am – 5:00 pm

      Having studied the scriptures of the Holy Bible since the 1970s, C.W. Nave incorporates these influences into her art through imagery that conforms to scripture. The exhibition features Nave’s paintings of horses from the bible, a series spanning more than 20 years of work. Exhibition opens Saturday, September 5th at the English Country Fair and remains on display until October 28th.  Gallery hours are Tues – Fri, 10-4 and Sundays, 8:30 am & 10:55 am services.

    2. Stars with Accents at the Carnegie Center
      10:00 am – 11:30 am

      Sunday, September 13 10:00-11:30 am FREE & open to the public Readings by Bianca Bargo, Martha Billips, and Allison Joseph. Moderated by Katerina Stoykova-Klemer. Book signing to follow

    3. Stars With Accents Reading at the Carnegie Center
      10:00 am – 12:00 pm

      Accents Publishing and the Kentucky Women Writers Conference presents Stars With Accents, featuring readings by Bianca Bargo, Martha Billips, and Allison Joseph and moderated by Katerina Stoykova-Klemer. This event is free and open to the public.

    4. Waveland Art Fair
      11:00 am – 5:00 pm

      Waveland State Historic Site in Lexington, Kentucky will hold the second annual Waveland Art Fair in September.  I have attached a flyer for your review. We would love for an artist participating in the event to be featured, or even provide tickets to the Art Fair as giveaways.    Any listings, mentions would be wonderful!  All help is greatly appreciated! Highlights for the Waveland Art Fair include: • Browse, shop and meet some of Kentucky’s top artists and their work • Enjoy the tour of Waveland’s main home, slave quarters, smoke house and ice house • Children’s activities will be offered throughout the event • Have lunch and a taste of wine from local Kentucky food and wine vendors   September 12th and 13th, 2015 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday; 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday $5.00 Adults;  Children under 12 are free   If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.   Thank you! Charla Reed Waveland State Historic Site 859-272-3611

    5. ART EXHIBIT: Bottoms Up: A Sculpture Survey
      12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      Presenting numerous forms that have been carved, cast, or assembled in varying scales and materials. Includes work by El Anatsui, Harry Bertoia, Jean Baptiste Carpeaux, Willie Cole, and Pablo Picasso.

    6. ART EXHIBIT: Nina Katchadourian: Collection Interventions
      12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      Nina Katchadourian pays attention to what most of us miss, improvising with materials she finds close at hand to generate numerous representational acts. Image credit: NINA KATCHADOURIAN, Natural Crossdressing, 2002, courtesy of the artist and Catharine Clark Gallery

    7. ART EXHIBIT: Sculptors on Paper
      12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      Drawn from the Museum’s collection of works on paper, this exhibition illuminates the ways that drawings and prints serve as preliminary of parallel means for sculptural inquiry. Image credit: JIM DINE, Untitled from Glyptotek portfolio, 1989, glaciés transférés etching and aquatint on chine collé, collection of the UK Art Museum

    8. ART EXHIBIT: Wayne Koestenbaum: Unfamiliar Grammar
      12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      Acclaimed author and educator, Koestenbaum recently took up the paintbrush and produced hundreds of canvases of male portraits, nudes, landscapes and dense abstractions. Image credit: WAYNE KOESTENBAUM, I Pose Problems, 2010, acrylic on canvas, courtesy of the artist

    9. “The Adventures of Madeline” at the Lexington Children’s Theatre
      2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

      In an old house in Paris that was covered with vines, Lived twelve little girls in two straight lines. The smallest one was Madeline. Join everyone’s favorite miniature mademoiselle as she takes on appendicitis, tigers, and a very naughty neighbor boy!  Ludwig Bemelmans himself narrates Madeline’s adventures with Miss Clavel, Jean-Pierre the mouse, Genevieve the dog, and all your favorite characters from the classic series! Recommended for ages four and up.

    10. ART EXHIBIT: “Art by Debbie” at John G. Irvin Art Gallery at Central Bank
      4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

      John G. Irvin Gallery at Central Bank is pleased to announce the original art works by Debbie Waitkus.  The show is entitled “Art by Debbie.” All artwork will be on display September 4 – September 25, 2015. A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, September 4, on the 5th floor executive area of the bank, located at 300 West Vine Street in Lexington from 4:30 until 6:00 p.m. The art may also be viewed during normal business hours Monday thru Friday.  The collection is displayed on floors 2 and 3. For more information please call Central Bank, Patricia Wheatley at 859-253-6346.

  13. Sep
    14
    Mon
    1. Community Centers Open for the Season
      Sep 14 (all-day)

      (Monday, September 14)–The Parks & Recreation Community Centers (Castlewood, Dunbar, Kenwick and William Wells Brown) will open for the season on Monday, September 14.  Each of the four centers offers a variety of activities such as wellness programs, dance classes, aerobics, karate, arts & crafts, homework help clubs and more.  The centers located at Castlewood and Kenwick will be open from 3–9 p.m. Monday–Thursday and 3–7 p.m. on Friday. Dunbar will be open from 4-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 4-7 p.m. on Friday. William Wells Brown will be open 5–9 p.m., Monday–Friday and 10 a.m.–2 p.m. on Saturday.  For additional information on activities and programs offered at the Community Centers, call 288-2955.

    2. Diverse Methods: A Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative Exhibition
      Sep 14 (all-day)

      June 22, 2015 – October 16, 2015 “Bluegrass Printmakers Cooperative: Diverse Methods” Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative members showcase prints in “Diverse Methods”, a group exhibit at the Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center in Lexington, KY. This exhibits features the work of the many celebrated artists who comprise the Bluegrass Printmakers Collaborative, including work from: Kirsti Anderssen Marta Dorton Liz Foley Cristina Igelmo Natalia Ilieva Erica Meuser Cathy Vigor Carolynne Weber Stephen Wiggins “Diverse Methods” , a group exhibit of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, explores an array of personal experiences, learned messages and printmaking mediums. As we travel in our life journey we glean knowledge from our experiences, keeping some, discarding others. This exhibit provides a look into our varied journeys and some of the methods artists use to transcribe personal experience into visual art. The artwork on exhibit are printmaking pieces;  art pieces created by using pressure to transfer inks from a plate to paper. Mediums included in the show are collagraphs, etching, screen printing, monotypes, and linocuts, among others. The BPC plans several events and hands-on opportunities for community participation. 2015 marks the ten-year anniversary of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, organized to provide local and regional printmakers with a studio space to create prints, share knowledge and provide community. The estate of Lexington artist Lillian Boyer donated her hand-made printmaking press and the BPC began. The mission of the BPC is to be a thriving print studio where printmakers work and to create a dialogue about prints and art. Through demonstrations, classes and workshops the BPC exposes the community to prints and teaches printmaking processes. As juried members of the cooperative, printmakers also have the opportunity to exhibit and promote their artwork. Located on the lower level of ArtsPlace in Lexington, the BPC is part of LexArts’ Space to Create initiative, which offers support for local artists and arts organizations.

    3. “Hoofprints on the Soul” – The Horses of the Bible by C.W. Nave
      8:00 am – 5:00 pm

      Having studied the scriptures of the Holy Bible since the 1970s, C.W. Nave incorporates these influences into her art through imagery that conforms to scripture. The exhibition features Nave’s paintings of horses from the bible, a series spanning more than 20 years of work. Exhibition opens Saturday, September 5th at the English Country Fair and remains on display until October 28th.  Gallery hours are Tues – Fri, 10-4 and Sundays, 8:30 am & 10:55 am services.

    4. ART EXHIBIT: Bottoms Up: A Sculpture Survey
      12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      Presenting numerous forms that have been carved, cast, or assembled in varying scales and materials. Includes work by El Anatsui, Harry Bertoia, Jean Baptiste Carpeaux, Willie Cole, and Pablo Picasso.

    5. ART EXHIBIT: Nina Katchadourian: Collection Interventions
      12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      Nina Katchadourian pays attention to what most of us miss, improvising with materials she finds close at hand to generate numerous representational acts. Image credit: NINA KATCHADOURIAN, Natural Crossdressing, 2002, courtesy of the artist and Catharine Clark Gallery

    6. ART EXHIBIT: Sculptors on Paper
      12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      Drawn from the Museum’s collection of works on paper, this exhibition illuminates the ways that drawings and prints serve as preliminary of parallel means for sculptural inquiry. Image credit: JIM DINE, Untitled from Glyptotek portfolio, 1989, glaciés transférés etching and aquatint on chine collé, collection of the UK Art Museum