The Bowling Green Junior Woman's Club is proud to host the 17th annual Duncan Hines Festival. This year's events include a Concert in the Park, Adventures in Good Baking Contest and the very popular Uncle Duncan's Duck Derby! Proceeds from this event will benefit the agency listed below and help the Jr. Woman's Club give to other worthy causes throughout the year.
Festival Chairperson: Emilee Woods (270) 535-6508 Festival Media Chair: Cayla Duncan (270) 350-0350
Warren County Public Library
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
Download music that’s free and legal with “Freegal,” a service available to all library card holders in Warren County. Your library card entitles you to three free downloads each week from thousands of artists in hundreds of genres. From chart-topping singles to standard classics, the Freegal music catalog has over a million titles to chose from. Go to www.warrenpl.org to start downloading, or visit the library and apply for a free card today.
Myra Dwyer is exhibiting her paintings in the Porter Café at the Main Library. Dwyer paints and exhibits with a group of artists in Nashville and pushes herself to grow and learn more with each painting. She is also the co-manager of The Pushin Building Artists’ Studio in downtown Bowling Green. “This series of paintings was developed in a new direction for me. I’m working to move past the analytical structure of my style and blend the edges to create some transparency. I enjoy building a structured foundation and blending multiple layers over it. This gives depth to the painting and creates interest,” states Dwyer. Kim Soule is exhibiting her art at the Bob Kirby Branch. Kim is an artist and art teacher. She received her Masters in Art Education from Western Kentucky University. She serves on the Board of the Kentucky Art Education Association as President Elect. She was recently awarded the Kentucky Special Needs Art Educator of the Year Award. “For the show at Bob Kirby Branch Library, I have chosen a wide assortment of my work ranging from oil paintings to prints,” says Soule. “As an art educator I have the unique opportunity to experience all kinds of art making processes. I love color, and it shows in my work!” Cathy Wester will exhibit her photography at the Smiths Grove Branch. All exhibits open now and remain on display until May 30th. For information about these exhibits or exhibiting at the library, contact Jayne Pelaski: email@example.com.
The Warren County Public Library will host an evening with Lis Wiehl and Steve Berry on Thursday, June 13 at 6:00 p.m. This special event will feature these two great legal minds and New York Times best-selling authors as they sit down and discuss their latest novels, books, writing, and more.Lis Wiehl is one of the nation’s most prominent trial lawyers and highly regarded commentators. Currently, she is the legal analyst and reporter on the Fox News Channel and Bill O’Reilly’s sparring partner in the weekly “Is It Legal?” segment on The O’Reilly Factor. She is a Professor of Law at New York Law School. She has also written five best-selling books. Prior to joining Fox News Channel in New York City, Lis served as a legal analyst and reporter for NBC News and NPR’s All Things Considered. Before that, she served as a Federal Prosecutor in the United States Attorney’s office. Lis earned her Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School and her Master of Arts in Literature from the University of Queensland. Steve Berry is the New York Times and #1 internationally best-selling author of The Columbus Affair, The Jefferson Key, The Emperor's Tomb, The Third Secret, The Romanov Prophecy, and many others. His books have been translated into 40 languages with more than 15 million printed copies in 51 countries. They consistently appear in the top echelon of The New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists. History lies at the heart of every Steve Berry novel. His passion for history led him to create History Matters - a foundation dedicated to historic preservation. In 2012 Steve’s devotion to historic preservation was recognized by the American Library Association, which named Steve the first spokesman for National Preservation Week. Among his other honors is the Royden B. Davis Distinguished Author Award. Steve was born and raised in Georgia, graduating from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University. He was a trial lawyer for 30 years and held elective office for 14 of those years. Lis will discuss her new book A Matter of Trust. Steve will discuss his newest release The Kings Deception. Free tickets are available at all library locations or by emailing Jayne Pelaski: firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to space limitations, the event will be held next door to the Main Library at the CEC Parish Hall. For more information, call 781-4882 or visit: www.warrenpl.org.
Dig Into Reading is the theme of this year’s Summer Reading Program. The fun begins with a kick-off event on Thursday, June 6 at Lost River Cave from 10:00 a.m. until noon. “We love that we’re able to partner with Lost River Cave for this event. It is such a local treasure that connects perfectly with the summer’s theme,” said assistant director Ashley Fowlkes. “Kids of all ages will love exploring their new outdoor classroom, the butterfly garden, the nature center, and other areas. And the ones who register for the library’s Summer Reading Program that day will get an extra bonus - a free pass to visit the cave on their next visit with a paying adult.” The Summer Reading Program will feature almost two full months of special presentations in June and July, weekly activities at all locations, and incentive prizes for those who love to read. Those who complete the program will win great prizes including free books and t-shirts, vouchers for Hot Rods games, coupons for sweet treats and passes to Kentucky attractions. Summer Reading is not just for kids; adults can join the fun, too. In keeping with the “dig into” theme, various presentations and workshops will be offered. Events include a workshop on landscaping, canning, and digging out of debt. Other adult events include author Wes Berry discussing his new book The Kentucky Barbecue Book and Dr. Steven Bowman discussing the Dead Sea Scrolls. All events are free and supplies provided, but registration is required for some of the classes. For additional details, visit www.warrenpl.org, call 781-4882.
Student art will be the focus of two new exhibits at the Warren County Public Library.“New Understanding” is an exhibition of artwork created by K-12 students with disabilities in collaboration with Western Kentucky University Art Education students. New Understanding: Exploring Diverse Learning Styles Through the Arts is a project funded by a Community Partnership Incentive Award from the ALIVE Center, the WKU Center for Community Partnerships and VSA, a program of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. The New Understanding project is a partnership between VSA Kentucky, The State Organization on Arts and Disability; Dr. Miwon Choe of the Department of Art at Western Kentucky University; the Kentucky Museum; and the Warren County Public Library. “The New Understanding art classes took place in April at the Kentucky Museum and the final exhibit of the artwork will be on display at the Warren County Public Library Main Branch during the months of June and July 2013,” says VSA Director Delaire Rowe. Drakes Creek art students will exhibit their Barn Quilt art at the Bob Kirby Branch. “The Barn Quilts were created by Drakes Creek students and are based on Barn Quilts throughout Kentucky,” says Drakes Creek art teacher Kim Soule. “The students used math skills as well as art skills to create them.” The Cathy Wester photography exhibit continues at the Smiths Grove Branch. Exhibits open on Monday, June 3. For information about these exhibits or exhibiting at the library, contact Jayne Pelaski: email@example.com
Todd and Victor Fife have enjoyed exploring the great outdoors since they were young boys. Victor recruited neighborhood boys for an “Explorers Club”, and Todd spent his teenage years hiking and roaming Kentucky. Now, their love of the outdoors has led them to seek natural arches. They have visited well over 700 arches in Kentucky alone. Todd and Victor will speak at the Kirby Branch at 175 Iron Skillet Court on Tuesday, June 11 at 6:00 p.m. They will discuss and feature favorite arches from expeditions that have taken them throughout our state documenting these geological features. "Down through the years our off-trail explorations have led us to numerous waterfalls, caves, arches, and other geological formations, as well as the occasional moonshine still,” says Victor Fife. “I would encourage local folks to get out and see what is in their own backyard. There are more than fifty significant arches within fifty miles of Bowling Green,” concludes Fife. For more information, call (270) 782-0252 or visit www.warrenpl.org.
Relay for Life Crushing Cancer events!
RELAY FOR LIFE CRUSHING CANCER EVENTS F-S PARK JUNE 1ST, 2013
TEAM UP AGAINST CANCER:
Kayak Race at 10am...race down Drakes Creek; provide your own kayak
Cornhole Tournament at 2pm. Call Ben Satterly at 776-3496 for signup.
Pull Through Cancer tug-of-war at 4pm
Crusher Demolition Derby at 6pm with $10,000 purse!
Cancer Crushers Lawnmower Derby at 6pm.
Any age may participate, but ages under 18 must have notorized consent form - a notary will be available on race day. For more information, call Joe Jones at 392-5434 or Judy Cothern at 776-2421.
Riverview at Hobson Grove
Riverview at Hobson Grove is pleased to present "VICTORIAN SKILLS For Young Ladies and Gentlemen," a series of workshops for children ages 8 to 12. Nancy Baird, past Kentucky History Specialist of the Kentucky Library at WKU, will lead each of the workshops to be held at the historic house museum. Participants will learn a traditional Victorian hand craft and create a memento to take home. Each of these workshops is limited to a specific age and number of participants so reservations are required. $5 each. All tools and materials will be provided for each workshop.
Wednesdays, October 16 & 30 at 3:30pm -- Knit a Scarf. A two-day knitting workshop for girls ages 8 to 80 who will learn to make a scarf using knitting needles. Knitting was originally a male-only hand craft occupation and derived from the word knot. A variety of different knitting stitches will be taught. Just in time to make a warm scarf for the cool weather!
Wednesday, November 6 at 3:30pm -- Sock Doll. Each child will be able to make a stuffed doll out of a sock, so that they can go home and later make dolls out of all of their orphan socks. Good project for the holidays.
Wednesday, November 20 at 3:30pm -- Felt Christmas Ornament for boys and girls to each create a traditional felt ornament just in time for their tree or to give as a special gift for the holidays.
Reservations are required and class size is limited. For further information, please call Riverview at 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.
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.
ARE YOU A SMOKER? SEATTLE'S FRED HUTCHINSON CANCER RESEARCH CENTER IN COLLABORATION WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON AND 2MORROW MOBILE IS ENROLLING PEOPLE IN A NEW IPHONE STUDY FOR QUITTING SMOKING THROUGH MAY 11, 2013. THE STUDY IS FREE, AND IT'S AVAILABLE TO THOSE WITH AN IPHONE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN QUITTING SMOKING, GO TO WWW-DOT-SMARTQUIT-DOT-ORG. YOU WILL RECEIVE TOOLS FOR DEALING WITH THE URGES TO SMOKE AS WELL AS TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS UPON COMPLETION OF A TWO-MONTH FOLLOW-UP SURVEY. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT WWW.SMARTQUIT.ORG.
Looking for the perfect gift? Save the Manatee Club suggests a real, live manatee gift adoption, which will please that special someone and also help keep endangered manatees safe and protect the Florida waterways they call home. A tax-deductible gift adoption from the Club, which also includes membership, costs $25. The packet contains an adoption certificate, full-color photo, and biography of a real Florida manatee. Select from 35 manatees in the Club’s Adopt-A-Manatee® program which can be viewed on the website at savethemanatee.org/adoptees.htm. Also included is a fact-filled handbook, plus subscriptions to the Club’s official quarterly newsletter, The Manatee Zone, which features updates on the manatee adoptees, and the bi-monthly e-newsletter, Paddle Tales. For $35, new members will receive a 2013 Club T-shirt featuring a new design by renowned Florida artist Nancy Blauers. Bill Harrison from Rhode Island adopted ‘Squeaky’ from the Club’s Blue Spring adoption program for his wife, Lisa, last year as a special Mother’s Day present from their two daughters, Kendall and Sidney. “My wife was very excited when she received her manatee adoption package, and the girls were happy that their mother enjoyed her gift so much,” says Bill. Funds from the adoption program help with manatee research, rescue, rehabilitation, and release efforts; education and public awareness projects; conservation work to protect manatees and their habitat; and programs in the United States and around the world. Save the Manatee Club, co-founded by Jimmy Buffett, is an award-winning, international nonprofit conservation organization and the voice for manatees since 1981. Just in the first three months of the year, hundreds of manatees have died from two tragic events. Toxic red tide exposure on the Gulf Coast, and another mysterious ongoing illness on the east coast, have increased the total manatee mortality to over 400. Patrick Rose, Executive Director of Save the Manatee Club says, “This is extremely unusual because we’ve got two die-offs taking place on two different coasts at the same time.” Less than 5,000 manatees are thought to remain, concentrated year-round in Florida. Despite these serious threats and other growing concerns for manatees and their habitat, Rose remains optimistic that with everyone working together we can continue to build better, safer lives for Florida’s much-loved, official state marine mammal. “We thank the Harrisons and all our many supporters for caring and helping with our extensive manatee and habitat conservation work.” Bill Harrison says that his wife’s Mother’s Day adoption makes her and his daughters feel good knowing that they are helping to protect the manatees. “It’s a very worthwhile cause the entire family can get behind,” says Bill. More information about manatees and gift adoptions can be found at savethemanatee.org, or by calling toll free at 1-800-432-JOIN (5646). Also, sign up for the Club’s free E-Newsletter, and watch manatees in their natural habitat on the Club’s Blue Spring webcams at www.manatv.org. You can follow the Club using Twitter http://twitter.com/savethemanatee and Facebook www.facebook.com/savethemanateeclub.
Fact: When caught early, colon cancer is 90% preventable! Fact: A colonoscopy not only detects cancer, it can prevent it by removing precancerous growths called polyps. Fact: Lots of people are so uncomfortable even talking about a colonoscopy that they’ll never get one. If you’re at risk for colon cancer, a colonoscopy is the best way to find it and fix it. That means if you’re 50 or older, or 45 for African Americans, you need to get screened. If you have a family history you may need to get screened earlier. You’ve actually just thought about colonoscopies for a solid minute, the worst part is over. Now that you have the facts, take charge of your health. To schedule your screening today, visit www.stopcoloncancernow.com.
We used to think all lung cancer was the same. Now we know that each tumor may have a different genetic makeup. Several different “molecular” types of lung cancer have been identified. By performing “molecular testing” on a lung cancer tumor, doctors can try to determine what’s causing the cancer to grow. It’s a different way of looking at lung cancer. Because lung cancer can affect anyone. The young or old. Smokers or non-smokers. Anyone can get lung cancer…and NOT all lung cancers are the same. Talk to your doctor to see if molecular testing is appropriate for you. Visit www.lungCancerProfiles.com to learn more.
Millions of Americans are losing their vision to age-related macular degeneration (AMD), a retinal disease that is the leading cause of blindness in adults 55 and older. Many affected individuals are no longer able to read, drive or see the faces of their loved ones. AMD not only takes one’s vision, it also steals independence. Blurry vision or blind spots that some might attribute to old age can actually be early symptoms of AMD and, if left untreated, can lead to blindness. But with early detection this disease can be managed with effective clinically-approved treatments that can reduce, or even reverse, some vision loss. The Foundation Fighting Blindness offers AMD-sufferers, and people at risk, hope and help by providing the most up-to-date information on AMD risk factors, preventions and treatments. To get your free AMD information packet, contact The Foundation Fighting Blindness today, at 1-800-BLINDNESS. That's 1-800-BLINDNESS. Join the fight against AMD, because together, there is a cure in sight.
For 10 years, women have been fighting heart disease individually and together as part of the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement. They have proudly worn red, shared stories of survival, and begun to understand the truth about women’s hearts, and how heart disease can be prevented. More than 627,000 women’s lives have been saved, but the fight is far from over. Please get involved. Heart disease is still the No. 1 killer of women. A staggering one in three American women dies from heart disease each year and it’s more deadly than all forms of cancer combined. The women we love – our mothers, sisters, daughters, friends – are dying and many more are impacted every day. For more information, please visit www.GoRedForWomen.org.
Today, nearly half our nation’s fighting forces are members of the Guard and Reserve. When they are called to active duty, they leave behind a family, a community, and a job. Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, a Department of Defense agency, honors and protects the bond between service members and their civilian employers. Whether serving our country, or supporting those who do, we all serve. To learn more about ESGR, call 1-800-336-4590, or visit www.esgr.mil.
Out with the old, in with the new? That's the attitude many Americans have when it comes to the latest consumer electronics devices and gadgets. But did you know that recycling electronics is just as easy as buying them? The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® has developed the website GreenerGadgets.org, where consumers can find the nearest electronics recycling - or "eCycling" - sites by simply entering their zip codes. www.GreenerGadgets.org gives users a list of responsible, certified recycling sites and a local map pinpointing their locations. For more information, visit www.GreenerGadgets.org or CE.org.
Crossland Community Church is now offering Kidstuf on Sunday evenings. Kidstuf is a dynamic, interactive style of family worship where kids and parents learn about a biblical value each month. Kidstuf uses music, drama and media to engage kids on their level yet offers family-focused spiritual guidance on values like honesty, respect, and trust. A different value is emphasized each month. Kidstuf is one hour of free family fun and Crossland invites you to join us! Kidstuf is designed for kids aged kindergarten through 5th grade and is open to the community. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Kidstuf will be offered the first Sunday evening of each month at 5:30pm. Crossland Community Church is a community of refuge and hope for all people with locations in Bowling Green and Glasgow. Kidstuf is offered at both locations. Crossland’s Bowling Green campus is located in the Fairview Plaza, 600 31W Bypass and can be reached by calling 842-4428. Crossland’s Glasgow campus is located on the bypass in the Ford Center and can be reached by calling 629-3800.
For more than 160 years, Bellewood Home for Children and Brooklawn Child & Family Services have worked separately to nurture thousands of Kentucky’s most vulnerable children. Now, Kentucky’s oldest non-profit child care organizations have joined together to become one comprehensive agency, Uspiritus. That's U - Spirit - Us. At Uspiritus, at-risk youth and their families receive a continuum of quality care including family preservation, foster care and residential services, and many more, with a focus on preventing harmful disruptions. As Uspiritus, that's U - Spirit - Us, strives to deliver the most wide-ranging support to children and their families in South Central Kentucky, the help of our community could not be more important. You can get involved with the Uspiritus mission, healing the hearts and minds of vulnerable youth, by donating your time, resources, energy or love to a child in need. To learn more about how you can contribute or become a foster parent please call 796-2012, visit the office located on Fountain Square in downtown Bowling Green or go to uspiritus.org. That's U - Spirit - Us.org.
Grillin' out for a Great Cause...Cystic Fibrosis. Over 70,000 children and young adults are fighting this disease today. Research, medications, & potential cures are made possible ONLY by donations. Help raise awareness and funds to find a CURE by dining and listening to music while prizes are raffled off. The dates are May 25th, June 29th, July 27th, August 31st and September 28th from 11am to 2pm, on the front porch at Geno's Italian Deli...1751 Scottsville Road (next to Hobby Lobby in the corner of the shopping center). $8 advanced donation tickets are being sold at Geno's, or $10 donation on the days of the event.
Elkton Bike Night will be held on on Public Square in downtown Elkton, Kentucky. Elkton Bike Night goes every Thursday night through October 3rd. Enjoy free entertainment from Appleton’s Harley Davidson, Clay Bilyeu and a variety of live bands every other Thursday. Elkton Bike Night is sponsored by the Todd County Community Alliance, a nonprofit organization that promotes the businesses and communities of Todd County. Visit www.toddcountyca.org for a complete schedule of entertainment and other information about Todd County. Or, call the Todd County Welcome Center at 270-265-7070 or visit www.facebook.com/toddcountyca.
Benchmark Family Services is offering information to anyone interested in becoming a foster parent. They offer free training, the highest per diem around, and $250 bonus upon completion of the certification process. For more information, stop by 1830 Destiny Lane Suite 115 in Bowling Green any day between 1pm and 2pm, call 783-0993, or visit www.benchmarkfamilyservices.org.
It's "Running for Reece," a 4 mile run and 2 mile walk June 1, 2013 starting at 9am at Ephram White Park. Race day registration begins at 8am. The entry fee is $25, kids 12 and under $15, and printable registration forms are available at www.TRAXrunning.com. For more information, contact Jasna Kusturica at 320-7168.
Are you ready to get down and dirty? Family Enrichment Center's "Mud Happens." One BAD mud run, is coming August 24th to Phil Moore Park in Bowling Green! "Like" *THE MUD RUN* on Facebook for more information, or register now and reserve your heat at www.mudhappensfec.com. Are you ready to get down and dirty? August 24th, the Mud Run for the Family Enrichment Center!
BABC (Bikers Against Breast Cancer) presents "Fashion for the Passion" charity fashion show. June 1st 4pm @Goodnight Library auditorium (Franklin KY) . Tickets will be on sale soon $10 per person 100% proceeds will go to BABC ( 501c3 non profit organization) Models needed for fashion for the passion ages 3 and to grown n sexy all sizes and shapes. Categories include
Country/western, Formal,Summer wear,Plus size divas, Sunday's best, Real men wear pink,
and Rock yo style! This is for a great cause 100% proceeds will go to BABC a 501c3 nonprofit organization Non stop entertainment, hot fashion and fun all for a good cause. Raffles/Door prizes. You don't want to miss this!!!! $10 per participant or $10 per admission.
Face Your Fears at Colossal Coaster World Vacation bible school June 3rd through June 7th from 6pm to 8:30pm at Greenwood Baptist Church, 5165 Scottsville Road in Bowling Green. Ages 3 years through 6th grade. For more information, call 781-2378 or 782-1725.
It's the Barren County AG festival, Farm to Fork. Celebrate the Vital role of agriculture in the best Place to live in rural America. It happens Saturday, June 22, 2013 | 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Barren County High School, 507 Trojan Trail, Glasgow, KY. Attend for free and learn about life on the farm -educational Displays, Presentations, Competitions & much more! For more information about attending the Barren County Ag Festival Contact the Glasgow-Barren County Chamber of Commerce at (270) 651-3161 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also visit www.facebook.com/barrenCounty
Young Artists Alliance presents Music Festival for the Kelly Autism Program Saturday, June 8th from noon to 6pm. The festival will be held at Whabah's Steakhouse, 2361 Russellville Road in Bowling Green, and features live music, children's activities, silent auction, food & drinks, and a cornhole tournament. Admission just $5 per person, or $10 per family. For more information, call 791-8514.
It's the Glasgow Highland Games Friday, May 31st through Sunday, June 2 at Barren River Lake State Resort Park. This year's entertainment lineup includes Def Leprechaun, Father, Son & Friends, Colin Grant-Adams, Rathkeltair, Red River Fiddlers, Strings of Erin, and Seven Nations. For more information, call 651-3141, or visit www.glasgowhighlandgames.com.
It's a bone marrow drive for Ginny Gipson. At 1 year of age, Ginny was diagnosed with MyH9 and an autoimmune disease which has yet to be named by the medical community. These diseases have caused Ginney to experience a variety of painful symptoms, and a medical incident in 2009 which nearly took her life. The MyH9 disease is damaging her vision, hearing, and kidneys. Ginney's condition is becomming worse, and although every treatment option has been tried, not one has been successful in providing a cure for Ginny. Her last hope is a bone marrow transplant. This bone marrow drive (and fundraiser) will be Friday, May 31st and Saturday, June 1st from 9am to 9pm at Greenwood Park Church of Christ, 1818 Campbell Lane in Bowling Green. For more information, call Ginny directly at 784-5465, or Cathy at 989-708-0259.
It's the Mean Streets 5K Urban Obstacle Race, May 25th at 5:30pm at Kereiakes Park. This twilight race benefiting HOTEL INC is a new touch in the Bowling Green street racing world. All obstacles are low impact and family friendly for ages 12 and up (with guardian release form). Volunteers are needed; LOTS of volunteers! From distributing water, to welcoming racers, to signing up participants and working obstacles, every corner needs several bodies to lend a hand. Volunteers are also needed that can assist the race company with setting up obstacles and tearing them down, as well. Two shifts available 3:00-6:15pm and 6:00-9pm. And for those that are feeling very feisty, please feel free to help throughout the event. You may volunteer by visiting MeanStreetsRacing.com or by contacting Elisabeth via e-mail Elisabeth@hotelincbg.com or phone 270-782-1263. Please indicate what type need you would like to fulfill and the time you are available.
It's BG/WC Airport Family Aviation Day Saturday, July 13 from 10am to 4pm, rain or shine. There will be a fly-in, Flightline of History exhibit, plane rides, Young Eagle flights free for ages 8-17, food, music, aircraft simulators, forums, live auction, and admission is free! Come out to the airport and enjoy!
The Southern Kentucky Concert Band begins its 19th season of free concerts for the citizens of Bowling Green and Warren County. All concerts are Thursday evenings during June at 7pm in the amphitheater at Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center on the campus of WKU. Membership in the band is open to players of all levels including high school students who have a recommendation from their band director. This is a very exciting series of programs this summer including a tribute to the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, or sit in the bleachers and enjoy 4 evenings of great music. For more information, call 792-5747, or email email@example.com.
Summer Slam is coming July 20th, 2013 to the Logan County Fairgrounds, 153 Legion Lane in Russellville. Hosted by Jonathan Alexander Suconcious Designs Car, Truck, and Motorcycle Club. Show starts at 11am; spectator fee is $8 Per Person, Kids 12 and Under Free. Vendor Spots are $25 Entry Fee is $25. For Info Contact Jonathan Alexander at 270-772-0140. This Show is to Raise Money for The Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund.