The National Corvette Museum is hosting an Easter Eggstravaganza on Friday, April 18th. Easter arts and crafts, games, activities as well as pictures with the Easter Bunny are at 9 am, 12 pm, and 3 pm. Bring your camera, or purchase photos with the Easter Bunny. The activities are free with regular museum admission. For more information call the Corvette Museum at 270-781-7973.
GPS Adventures Exhibit
Get lost in the GPS Adventures Maze and learn how to find your way using GPS! Running through May 4, 2014, the National Corvette Museum presents the “GPS Adventures” exhibit, an interactive look into traditional and modern navigation. Kids and their families can explore the ways that GPS is used, find out where the technology is heading in the future, and discover geocaching, a family-friendly treasure hunting game in the great outdoors.
GOALS: Teach: Global Positioning System (GPS) technology through a live-action experience. Inspire: students to get off the couch and into the great outdoors. Employ: critical thinking skills and memory retention Empower: students to make a difference in their communities
The Museum is open daily, 8am-5pm CST and the exhibit is included with regular Museum admission. $10 adults, $5 kids age 6-16, student and group rates available. For more information, please call the Museum at 270-781-7973 or visit us online.
Spring Fever at Riverview at Hobson Grove
Riverview at Hobson Grove is pleased to present "Spring Fever" on Thursday, April 17th from 11am until 4pm. The event will include spring and Easter flowers and home decor along with handbags, jewelry and more. Refreshments will also be available.
Admission to the event is free and open to the public.
For further information, please call Riverview at 270-843-5565. Riverview is located at 1100 West Main Avenue in Bowling Green's Hobson Grove Park. Please keep in contact with upcoming events by adding us to your Address Book and by clicking the "Like" button of our Facebook page.
Stucky Music Festival
NBTR Bike Ride
The Member of the Wedding
The Phoenix Theatre’s Mainstage Proudly Presents
THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING
By: Carson McCullers Directed By: Jeff Beard Sponsored By: Jim Johnson April 25th-May 11th
Here is the story of the inimitable twelve-year-old Frankie, who is utterly, hopelessly bored with life until she hears about her older brother’s wedding. Bolstered by lively conversations with her house servant, Berenice, and her six-year-old male cousin — not to mention her own unbridled imagination — Frankie takes on an overly active role in the wedding, hoping even to go, uninvited, on the honeymoon, so deep is her desire to be the member of something larger, more accepting than herself. A marvelous study of the agony of adolescence” (Detroit Free Press).
Where: The Public Theatre of Kentucky, at the Phoenix Theatre
545 Morris Alley (Chestnut St. in Downtown Bowling Green)
When: April 25th-May11th. Thursdays at 7pm, Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, and Sundays at 3:00pm.
Tickets: Reserve online and save money $15 Adults ($17 at the door), $10 ($12 at the door) Students & Seniors, $8 Children 12 and under ($10 at the door).
For Reservations visit www.ptkbg.org
Xclaim! is excited to announce auditions for 2 summer productions: The Jungle Book and CATS, the Broadway musical!
All auditioners must reserve an audition slot. PLEASE CLICK THE WEBSITE LINK BELOW TO SEE AUDITION DETAILS AND TO REGISTER TO AUDITION!
The Jungle Book, adapted from Rudyard Kipling's classic novel, follows a boy separated from his family and village and raised by wolves. The threat to Mowgli's safety in the jungle from the tiger Shere Khan and the distress of Mowgli's mother from losing him complicate the jungle boy's adventures. This fantastic coming-of-age story teaches the value of family, friendship and courage!
Auditions(for ages 13 and younger)
Saturday, May 3; Tuesday, May 6; and Saturday, May 10
Call-Backs (by invitation only)
Monday, May 12
June 12-15 at the Xclaim! Center for Youth Performing Arts
CATS, the Broadway musical
As the second longest-running show Broadway history, CATS invites audiences into the clever, mysterious, energetic world of felines. Based on Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats by T.S. Eliot, the show tells the story of a tribe of cats called the Jellicles and the special night they make what is known as "the Jellicle choice." At the Jellicle Ball, the oldest and wisest cat of all decides which cat will ascend to the Heaviside Layer and come back to a new Jellicle life. With such hit songs as "Memory," "Macavity," and "Mr. Mistoffelees," this production is purr-fect for all audiences!
Auditions(for ages 11 and older)
Saturday, May 3; Tuesday, May 6; and Saturday, May 10
Call-Backs(by invitation only)
Tuesday, May 13
July 10-13 at the Xclaim! Center for Youth Performing Arts
For more information, or to register for an audition slot, please visit www.xclaiminc.com<-Click this link for audition details!
The Farewell Drifters
The Phoenix Theatre Proudly Presents an After Hours Performance by The Farewell Drifters
Sponsored by Bluegrass Cellular
With their acoustic instrumentation and the anthemic thrust of their songwriting, the Farewell Drifters find themselves in the midst of what’s bound to go down in the annals of popular music history as an era-defining, youthful folk-rock boom. But the Drifters aren’t content simply to stomp, strum and sing with gusto. They bring a unique Brian Wilson-like sensibility to the movement, with intricately arranged harmonies and atmospheric, string-swathed studio shading that is newly showcased on Tomorrow Forever, the quartet’s first album for their new label Compass Records. Collaborating with roots pop producer Neilson Hubbard (Matthew Perryman Jones, the Apache Relay) helped solidify the band’s voice, elevating their crystalline harmonies and acoustic foundation with gutsy electric guitar and orchestral-style drums to create a sound that’s earthy, richly layered, and powerful.
Opening Act: The Reneaus
Where: The Phoenix Theatre
545 Morris Alley (Chestnut St. in Downtown Bowling Green)
When: Saturday May 17th
Doors open at 6pm
The Reneaus 7pm
The Farewell Drifters 8pm
Tickets: $10 General Admission at the door Buy Tickets in advance at Mellow Matt’s Music and More
CASH BAR SERVING WINE AND BEER OPENS WITH THE DOORS AND CLOSES WITH THE SHOW
The Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center has on display an exhibit in the Capitol Arts Center, Mezzanine Gallery by Cuban born artist Alejandro Sala Torres. The exhibit: Transportation, will be presented through May 31, 2014. Alejandro Sala Torres is a 22 year old young Cuban artist with the desire to express, through painting, his state of being and his desire to connect to people. He was born on a small island belonging to Cuba with the name of "Island of Youth." During his career he participated in several group exhibitions and received several awards from the various institutions of the arts in Cuba. Alejandro moved from Cuba to Bowling Green, KY in March of 2013, and is eager to become part of the art community in the region. “I am thankful to Leyda Becker and the City of Bowling Green for introducing me to Alejandro Torres,” said Andee Rudloff, SKyPAC Education and Visual Arts Director. “I think the community will enjoy the exhibition and I look forward to seeing what offerings we see in the future from this talented artist.” Since childhood, he focused mostly on a series of caricatures. After graduating from high school, he was admitted to the School of Plastic Arts Wilfredo Lam, where he studied for 4 years, finishing his degree in July 2010 with a Major in Sculpture. Alejandro achieved the highest grade in his senior thesis; Technique: Installation Sculpture Art; Title: Transportation. For questions about the exhibit, Capitol Arts Center Mezzanine Gallery or other gallery spaces please contact Andee Rudloff at arudloff@TheSKyPAC.com or 270-904-5015.
Warren County Public Library
The Bob Kirby Branch hours have been expanded. The recently renovated branch is located at 175 Iron Skillet Court, Bowling Green. The branch hours of operation are: Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., and Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. For more information, call 270-782-0252 or visit: www.warrenpl.org.
The Warren County Public Library Mobile Branch stops at Bristow Elementary School each Monday from 10a to 1pm during the school year. The Branch is open to the public, along with students from the elementary school. Oh hand is a selection of books, DVDs and audiobooks. For more info log onto www.warrenpl.org
Warren County Public Library announces public availability of thousands of movies and television shows, all available for mobile and online access through a new partnership with Hoopla Digital (hoopladigital.com). Patrons can begin enjoying thousands of titles from major Hollywood studios, available to borrow for instant streaming or temporary downloading to their smartphones, tablets and computers. "Our library is excited to offer digital video to complement the digital books, audiobooks, music, and magazines our patrons are already enjoying," says Reference Librarian Holly Hedden. Hoopla Digital is offered at no cost to patrons via browser, Android and IOS and requires only a library card to access. Hoopla is available now. To get registered, visit www.warrenpl.org. For more information, call the library at 270-781-4882 or visit www.hoopladigital.com.
Kim Vogel Sawyer will speak at the Bob Kirby Branch on Tuesday, April 15 at 6:00 p.m. Kim Vogel Sawyer is a best-selling author highly acclaimed for her gentle stories of hope. More than one million copies of her books are in print and have garnered awards including the ACFW Carol Award, the Inspirational Readers Choice Award, and the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence. She will discuss her latest book Echoes of Mercy. For free tickets to this event, visit any library location or email Jayne Pelaski at email@example.com. The Bob Kirby Branch is located at 175 Iron Skillet Court, Bowling Green, Kentucky. For more information, call 270-782-0252 or visit: www.warrenpl.org.
The Warren County Public Library will host best-selling author Andrew Gross on Tuesday, April 29 at 6:00 p.m. at the Kirby Branch at 175 Iron Skillet Court. Gross will discuss his latest book Everything to Lose. Everything to Lose features character Hilary Blum whose life is falling apart. She has lost her job, is about to lose her house, and is running out of money to care for her young son with Asperger’s syndrome. But when Hilary is first on the scene of a fatal car accident, she finds a satchel full of cash on the backseat – enough to solve all of her problems. Her split-second decision has devastating consequences. The money she takes is at the heart of a conspiracy involving murder, blackmail and a powerful figure who’ll do anything to keep the past buried. Andrew Gross is the author of The New York Times and international bestsellers The Blue Zone and The Dark Tide, and coauthor of five No. 1 best-selling novels with James Patterson, including Judge & Jury, Lifeguard, and The Jester. He lives in Westchester County, New York. Free tickets to this event are available at all library locations or by emailing Jayne Pelaski: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, call 270-782-0252 or visit: www.warrenpl.org.
Granville Mitchell is now showing his paintings in the Porter Café at the Main Library through April. The Sunny 16 Club exhibits photographs from the members of their club at the Kirby Branch. Participating members include: Larry Burnham, Deborah Eaton, Cheree Federico, Ric Federico, Tommy Hatcher, Alison Houk, Howard Margolis, Donn Miertl, Ann Miller, Sheila Reeves, Jerry Rose, Tony Wycihowski, and Janet Young. The work of Alida Bayne Akers and Becca Bayne Akers-Kuczek continues at the Smiths Grove Branch. For more information about these exhibits or to exhibit art at the library, email Jayne Pelaski at email@example.com.
Christian writer Melody Carlson will speak at the Warren County Public Library Kirby Branch on Wednesday, May 7 at 6:00 p.m. She will discuss her latest book Dating, Dining, and Desperation. Melody Carlson has written 200 books for teens, women, and children with more than five million copies sold. Some of her most popular works are the Diary of a Teenage Girl books series and the True Colors book series. She captures the realism of teenage life today and the difficulty that comes with being a Christian. Her novels range from serious issues like schizophrenia (Finding Alice) to lighter topics like house-flipping (A Mile in My Flip-Flops) but most of the inspiration behind her fiction comes right out of real life. She also writes Christmas novellas each year and women’s nonfiction books (Healing Waters). Some of her books have been optioned for film and television. She’s won several awards from the Romance Writers of America, the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association, Christian Retailing magazine, and other national organizations. Free tickets to this event are available at all library locations or by emailing Jayne Pelaski: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, call 270-782-0252 or visit: www.warrenpl.org
Tony Wycihowski will exhibit his photography in the Porter Café at the Main Library. His show is titled “Black, White and More,” and will feature mostly black and white photos and some of his award-winning prints. “The reason I chose photography as an expression of my creativity is because it is easily accessible, ever changing, fun way to capture life moments and share them with family and friends,” says Wycihowski. “The late and great, American photographer, Ansel Adams is a true inspiration to my work and approach for capturing images that express both depth and a tight composition.” Cheree and Ric Frederico will exhibit their photography at the Bob Kirby Branch. Cheree Federico is the owner of Cheree Federico Photography (www.chereefederico.com). A member of the Professional Photographers of America, Cheree specializes in fine art prints, pets, and portraits. She also teaches private photography lessons. “I believe that photography – like any creative art form – reflects the personality and sensibilities of both the photographer and the subject, whether the subject is an orchid, a Schnauzer, or a beautiful harvest moon,” says Frederico. Her exhibit at the library will feature botanicals and still macros. Ric Federico is a relative newcomer to photography. Initially intrigued with nature and landscapes, his evolving style has quickly migrated to what he considers subjects of interesting and substantive character, which often consist of anything with peeling paint, ample rust, or vibrant color. “My favorite past time is going on two-person photo walks with my wife in search of that next compelling image, which above all else must have a story to tell,” says Ric. His photo exhibit will be abstract and urban photography. The Smiths Grove Sewing Circle will exhibit a quilt at the Smiths Grove Branch. The quilt is a nine patch quilt that started in a basic quilting workshop at the Smiths Grove Branch Library taught by K. O Blankenship. “The group decided to form a sewing circle that would continue to work together on the quilt as a community project throughout the winter,” says coordinator Jessica Mather. “The group continues to sew together, and we are currently working on individual sampler quilts. About 12 people worked on the quilt and most of them had little to no experience quilting. For some, it was their first experience with sewing by machine. The youngest quilter was 10.” All exhibits begin May 1 and will end May 31. For more information about exhibit at the library or these shows, please email Jayne Pelaski at email@example.com.
If you are involved in a charity or a public service effort, or are part of a non-profit organization, All Hit WUHU-107 would love to help you raise those funds, raise public awareness, or promote your charity to make southern Kentucky a better place to live. Simply fax your press release to 843-0454, or complete the "What's Happening" report on this website.
Welcome Spring’s arrival! Surprise family and friends with manatee gift adoptions from Save the Manatee Club. Each tax-deductible gift adoption costs $25 and includes a color photo, biography, and adoption certificate of an endangered manatee living in Florida. Or for $35, you’ll also receive a free 8-inch plush manatee. To adopt a real manatee and to help protect imperiled manatees and their habitat for future generations, call toll free at 1-800-432-JOIN or visit www.savethemanatee.org.
More than one million wild animals are killed each year, illegally. Poaching is
just one of the risks animals face at our hands. The Humane Society's Wildlife Land Trust has a deep concern to help preserve those open spaces for our wildlife friends so they can live and thrive like they used to. Destruction of their habitats threaten their very existence. The best way to protect wildlife is to protect the land where they live. The Humane Society Wildlife Land Trust works with private landowners to protect wildlife, to preserve natural habitats and establishing permanent sanctuaries. To learn more or to work with The Humane Society Wildlife Land Trust call 800-729-SAVE, that's 800-729-S-A-V-E. Or visit www.WildlifeLandTrust.org.
Uspiritus, Inc. is Kentucky’s most comprehensive child caring agency and is in need of dedicated caring foster parents. Uspiritus will hold informational meetings about foster care and how you can help throughout the spring. If you are interested in learning more about foster care please call 270-796-2012 or visit us at our office at 918 State Street in downtown Bowling Green.
TOP Soccer, sponsored by Dick’s Sporting Goods & SKY Soccer Club, is a free soccer program for youth with special needs aged 4 and up that gives them the opportunity to play with peers of similar abilities. TOP Soccer dates remaining are April 17, & 24 from 5 to 6pm at the Lovers Lane Soccer Complex in Bowling Green, Kentucky. To register or volunteer, visit www.skysoccer.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's a spaghetti supper fundraiser for the Alvaton Volunteer Fire Department to raise money to purchase necessary equipment and fund training for the Volunteer Fire Fighters. The supper is May 10th from 4-7pm at Station 3 across from the post office on Scottsville Road, behind the Junior Foods store. For more information, call 270-793-0832.
The first annual KY 5-K Foam Run will be held at Skeleton's Lair Scream Park near Bowling Green on Saturday, May 10th, 2014. You'll crawl, jump, slide, and run through obstacles, inflatables, mud, and foam during this 5-K Fun Run event. For more information or to sign up now and save, visit www.kyfoamrun.com. A portion of the proceeds benefit Allen County Relay for Life. KY Foam Run at Skeleton's Lair...this SUDZ for YOU!
Warren County Rescue is now accepting applications through April 30th, 2014. Complete application packets are available at www.wcrescue.com or at the Warren County Rescue Department, 1125 Lewis Ave in Bowling Green. You can also contact the main office to arrange pickup in order to submit applications by mail. Call for more information, 270-783-3030.
Sheriff Jerry Gaines and the KY sheriff's Boys and Girls Ranch present the annual Charity Golf Scramble Monday, May 12, 2014 starting at 10am at The Club @ Old Stone in Alvaton, KY. Entry fee is $150 per person, and includes green fees, carts, complimentary food & drinks, and a gift for all participants. Net proceeds benefit the Kentucky Sheriff's Boys & Girls Ranch, and all donations are tax deductible. To register, call 842--1633.
It's the 2012 Hazardous Waste Collection Day Saturday, April 26th at Greenwood High School from 8am to 2pm. If you have any toxic items to get rid of, please take advantage of this opportunity, and care for the environment.
The Agriculture Department at Greenwood High School will open their greenhouse to the public this Saturday, April 19th at 8:00 am. Bedding plants and landscape plants will be sold. The greenhouse is located in the back of the school. All the plants are produced by students in the greenhouse management class. They learn everything involved in producing and selling bedding plants. Proceeds from the plant sale go back into the Agriculture account at GHS and are used to finance the program for next year, pay for agriculture projects in the agriculture shop and to pay for student participation in FFA leadership activities. Mr Tipton is the Instructor for the program and he can be contacted on his cell at 270-991-1048.
IT'S THE PEMBROKE FIRE DEPARTMENT OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY APRIL 26TH 2014 10:00 AM TO 2PM. THERE WILL BE FIRE DEMONSTRATIONS, BOUNCERS, PICTURES IN THE FIRE TRUCKS. HOT DOGS AND DRINKS WILL BE SOLD. For more Information contact; Asst. Fire Chief Bob Celing at 270-839-1510.