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Oct
28
Mon
Ambassador Blessing Box @ HCTC
Oct 28 – Nov 18 all-day

HCTC’s Student Ambassador Program needs you to help by replenishing and restocking their “Blessing Boxes”.  You can participate between NOW and NOV 18th by bringing your nonperishable food items and blankets to these locations:

Hazard Campus – Jolly Classroom Center
Technical Campus – Devert Owens Building
Lees College Campus – Jackson Hall
Leslie County Center – Main Entrance

If you have any questions, please contact Delcie Combs at 606.487.3100

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Hazard KY Event – Blessing Boxes


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Nov
13
Wed
WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies @ HCTC - Lees College Campus
Nov 13 all-day

HCTC Libraries Presents:  WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies – On display at the Stephens and Lees College Campus Libraries until December 20th!

This exhibit is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit on Service and the National Museum of American History, with funding from the United States World War I Centennial Commission and the Smithsonian Women’s Committee.

For more exciting events like this one – Try our main page: HazardHappenings.com

Jackson KY Event – Exhibit


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Nov
14
Thu
WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies @ HCTC - Lees College Campus
Nov 14 all-day

HCTC Libraries Presents:  WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies – On display at the Stephens and Lees College Campus Libraries until December 20th!

This exhibit is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit on Service and the National Museum of American History, with funding from the United States World War I Centennial Commission and the Smithsonian Women’s Committee.

For more exciting events like this one – Try our main page: HazardHappenings.com

Jackson KY Event – Exhibit


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Food & Faith Summit @ HCTC
Nov 14 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Northfork Local Foods, the Perry County Ministerial Association, Hazard Community and Technical College (HCTC), and the Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky are partnering to host this event at the HCTC Grill.

The Food & Faith Summit’s goals are to encourage local faith and non-faith-based organizations who are involved in food security efforts, as well as concerned community members, to come together, to share in fellowship, hear the results of the Urban Institute food insecurity report from their May 2019 study in Perry County, and begin to identify strategies and action steps to address food insecurity within Perry County. A light supper will be served.

RSVP to Erica Knight by November 7, 2019 via email: erica@appalachianky.org or phone: 606.439.1357 or respond as “Going” to this event.

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Hazard KY Event – Food


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Nov
15
Fri
We Tell: Fifty Years of Participatory Community Media @ Appalshop
Nov 15 all-day

Join us at the Appalshop Theater for a two-night festival of short films. The WE TELL National Touring Exhibition features some of the best examples of participatory media making over the past 50 years. Co-Curator Louis Massiah, Executive Director of Scribe Video Center in Philadelphia, will be here for the screenings as well as Pittsburgh area filmmaker Tony Buba.

The festival is free and open to the public for as many of the films as you’re able to attend. Light refreshments will be served.

The films are organized by theme and spaced over two days —

Friday, November 15
6:00pm – Program 1: TURF
8:30pm – Program 2: ENVIRONMENTS OF RACE & PLACE

Saturday, November 16
4:00pm – Program 3: STATES OF VIOLENCE
7:00pm – Program 4: WAGES OF WORK

THE PROGRAMS AND FILMS:

Friday, November 15
6:00pm – TURF (1979-2100) 91 min.
The works in TURF explore gentrification, homelessness, and housing in urban spaces. They reveal that cities have transformed into battlegrounds between communities and those who would take land and space to expand their economic and political power. Filmmaker Tony Buba, from Braddock, PA will be present to screen Voices from a Steeltown as part of this program.

-“Survival Information Television (SIT): Must You Pay the Rent?” (1975, 12 minutes, New Orleans Video Access)

-“The Invisible City: Houston’s Housing Crisis; Part 2: Messages” (1979, 28 minutes, South West Alternative Media Project)

-“Voices from a Steeltown” (1983, 29 minutes, Tony Buba) Filmmaker Tony Buba will be present.

-“Occupy Portland Eviction Defense” (2011, 6 minutes, B Media Collective)

-“Why Archive?” (2012, 2 minutes, Activist Archivists)

-“Take Me Home” (2018, 13 minutes, Detroit Narrative Agency)

8:30pm – ENVIRONMENTS OF RACE & PLACE (1967-2007) 92 minutes
This program expands notions of participatory community media, from discussions of police brutality in Third World Newsreel’s “Black Panther a.k.a. Off the Pig” to animations about toxic pollution made by the Indigenous youth media collective, Outta Your Backpack.

-“Black Panther a.k.a. Off the Pig Newsreel #19” (1967, 15 minutes, San Francisco Newsreel)

-“Buffalo Creek Flood: An Act of Man” (1975, 39 minutes, Mimi Pickering, Appalshop)

-“Who I Became” (2003, 20 minutes, Vietnamese Youth Development Center)

-“Legend of the Weresheep” (animation) (2007, 3 minutes, Outta Your Backpack Workshop with Indigenous Youth)

-“Stories of TRUST: Calling for Climate Recovery: TRUST Alaska” (2011, 8 minutes, WITNESS)

-“Digital Smoke Signals Aerial Footage From The Night of November 20, 2016 at Standing Rock” (2016, 7 minutes, Myron Dewey, Digital Smoke Signals)

Saturday, November 16
4:00pm – STATES OF VIOLENCE (1978-2007) 108 minutes
The political environment of the American criminal justice system is complex, involving concerns about evidence, interpretation, laws, and policies that may center around a single case. States of Violence approaches this urgent topic from the perspective of those affected by domestic violence, incarceration, and policing—and by the international issues of war.

-“Ain’t Nobody’s Business” (1978, 22 minutes, YWCA Battered Women’s Program, New Orleans Video Access Center)

-“Inside Women Inside” (Third World Newsreel, 1978, 21 minutes)

-“Just Say No: The Gulf Crisis TV Project #55” (1990, 28 minutes, Deep Dish TV, Paper Tiger Television)

-“Books Through Bars” (1997, 15 minutes, Books Through Bars, Scribe Video Center)

-“Military Option” (2005, 11 minutes, Third World Newsreel)

-“M4BL: Ceremony” (2016, 5 minutes, Movement for Black Lives)

-“A Cop Watcher’s Story: El Grito de Sunset Park Attempts to Deter Police Brutality” (2017, 6 minutes, Brooklyn Information and Culture TV, Copwatch Brooklyn)

7:00pm – WAGES OF WORK (1970-2019) 101 minutes
Citizens and communities approach issues surrounding job opportunities, occupations, wages, unemployment, and underemployment in different ways. They engage in union organizing. They reclaim hidden, repressed, and suppressed stories. They launch political protests. Wages of Work spotlights lives from across the United States operating under various constraints as they try to make a living.

-“Finally Got the News” (1970, 56 minutes, League of Revolutionary Black Workers)

-“The United Mine Workers of America: A House Divided” (1971, 14 minutes, Appalshop)

-“Los Trabajadores (The Workers)” (2002, 19 minutes, Scribe Video Center)

-“I’m NOT on the Menu” (2018, 12 minutes, Labor Beat)

*Banner image stills from “I’m NOT on the Menu” and “Buffalo Creek Flood: An Act of Man.”

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Whitesburg KY Event – Appalshop



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WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies @ HCTC - Lees College Campus
Nov 15 all-day

HCTC Libraries Presents:  WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies – On display at the Stephens and Lees College Campus Libraries until December 20th!

This exhibit is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit on Service and the National Museum of American History, with funding from the United States World War I Centennial Commission and the Smithsonian Women’s Committee.

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Jackson KY Event – Exhibit


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Path to Transformational Employment @ Kentucky Career Center
Nov 15 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite Kentucky employers to attend one of the upcoming Regional Employer Technical Assistance Workshops.

These workshops are designed to help employers understand the basics of substance use disorder and addiction, the impact of substance use on their workforce, and to provide recommendations and tools for employers to support their employees in recovery from or impacted by substance use disorder.

Suggested attendees include business and human resource leadership.

The workshops are FREE to attend and is for employers only.

Topics will include:

  • The impact of substance use on business
  • The science of addiction
  • The workplace and substance use prevention, treatment, and recovery
  • Transformational employer testimonials
  • Workplace implementation support

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Hazard KY Event – Employment Workshop



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Cody Morgan and the Cosmic Riders @ Perry County Public Library
Nov 15 @ 7:00 pm

Hazard Peeps!! My friends and I are coming back home on November 15th to the Public Library. We plan on bring the FUNK, and we hope you’re ready to get down with us! FREE ADMISSION.

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Hazard KY Event – Live Music



Sponsor - CTBI

Nov
16
Sat
We Tell: Fifty Years of Participatory Community Media @ Appalshop
Nov 16 all-day

Join us at the Appalshop Theater for a two-night festival of short films. The WE TELL National Touring Exhibition features some of the best examples of participatory media making over the past 50 years. Co-Curator Louis Massiah, Executive Director of Scribe Video Center in Philadelphia, will be here for the screenings as well as Pittsburgh area filmmaker Tony Buba.

The festival is free and open to the public for as many of the films as you’re able to attend. Light refreshments will be served.

The films are organized by theme and spaced over two days —

Friday, November 15
6:00pm – Program 1: TURF
8:30pm – Program 2: ENVIRONMENTS OF RACE & PLACE

Saturday, November 16
4:00pm – Program 3: STATES OF VIOLENCE
7:00pm – Program 4: WAGES OF WORK

THE PROGRAMS AND FILMS:

Friday, November 15
6:00pm – TURF (1979-2100) 91 min.
The works in TURF explore gentrification, homelessness, and housing in urban spaces. They reveal that cities have transformed into battlegrounds between communities and those who would take land and space to expand their economic and political power. Filmmaker Tony Buba, from Braddock, PA will be present to screen Voices from a Steeltown as part of this program.

-“Survival Information Television (SIT): Must You Pay the Rent?” (1975, 12 minutes, New Orleans Video Access)

-“The Invisible City: Houston’s Housing Crisis; Part 2: Messages” (1979, 28 minutes, South West Alternative Media Project)

-“Voices from a Steeltown” (1983, 29 minutes, Tony Buba) Filmmaker Tony Buba will be present.

-“Occupy Portland Eviction Defense” (2011, 6 minutes, B Media Collective)

-“Why Archive?” (2012, 2 minutes, Activist Archivists)

-“Take Me Home” (2018, 13 minutes, Detroit Narrative Agency)

8:30pm – ENVIRONMENTS OF RACE & PLACE (1967-2007) 92 minutes
This program expands notions of participatory community media, from discussions of police brutality in Third World Newsreel’s “Black Panther a.k.a. Off the Pig” to animations about toxic pollution made by the Indigenous youth media collective, Outta Your Backpack.

-“Black Panther a.k.a. Off the Pig Newsreel #19” (1967, 15 minutes, San Francisco Newsreel)

-“Buffalo Creek Flood: An Act of Man” (1975, 39 minutes, Mimi Pickering, Appalshop)

-“Who I Became” (2003, 20 minutes, Vietnamese Youth Development Center)

-“Legend of the Weresheep” (animation) (2007, 3 minutes, Outta Your Backpack Workshop with Indigenous Youth)

-“Stories of TRUST: Calling for Climate Recovery: TRUST Alaska” (2011, 8 minutes, WITNESS)

-“Digital Smoke Signals Aerial Footage From The Night of November 20, 2016 at Standing Rock” (2016, 7 minutes, Myron Dewey, Digital Smoke Signals)

Saturday, November 16
4:00pm – STATES OF VIOLENCE (1978-2007) 108 minutes
The political environment of the American criminal justice system is complex, involving concerns about evidence, interpretation, laws, and policies that may center around a single case. States of Violence approaches this urgent topic from the perspective of those affected by domestic violence, incarceration, and policing—and by the international issues of war.

-“Ain’t Nobody’s Business” (1978, 22 minutes, YWCA Battered Women’s Program, New Orleans Video Access Center)

-“Inside Women Inside” (Third World Newsreel, 1978, 21 minutes)

-“Just Say No: The Gulf Crisis TV Project #55” (1990, 28 minutes, Deep Dish TV, Paper Tiger Television)

-“Books Through Bars” (1997, 15 minutes, Books Through Bars, Scribe Video Center)

-“Military Option” (2005, 11 minutes, Third World Newsreel)

-“M4BL: Ceremony” (2016, 5 minutes, Movement for Black Lives)

-“A Cop Watcher’s Story: El Grito de Sunset Park Attempts to Deter Police Brutality” (2017, 6 minutes, Brooklyn Information and Culture TV, Copwatch Brooklyn)

7:00pm – WAGES OF WORK (1970-2019) 101 minutes
Citizens and communities approach issues surrounding job opportunities, occupations, wages, unemployment, and underemployment in different ways. They engage in union organizing. They reclaim hidden, repressed, and suppressed stories. They launch political protests. Wages of Work spotlights lives from across the United States operating under various constraints as they try to make a living.

-“Finally Got the News” (1970, 56 minutes, League of Revolutionary Black Workers)

-“The United Mine Workers of America: A House Divided” (1971, 14 minutes, Appalshop)

-“Los Trabajadores (The Workers)” (2002, 19 minutes, Scribe Video Center)

-“I’m NOT on the Menu” (2018, 12 minutes, Labor Beat)

*Banner image stills from “I’m NOT on the Menu” and “Buffalo Creek Flood: An Act of Man.”

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Whitesburg KY Event – Appalshop



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WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies @ HCTC - Lees College Campus
Nov 16 all-day

HCTC Libraries Presents:  WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies – On display at the Stephens and Lees College Campus Libraries until December 20th!

This exhibit is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit on Service and the National Museum of American History, with funding from the United States World War I Centennial Commission and the Smithsonian Women’s Committee.

For more exciting events like this one – Try our main page: HazardHappenings.com

Jackson KY Event – Exhibit


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HopeHill Foster Care 5k Run/Walk @ Perry County Park
Nov 16 @ 9:00 am

Hazard Hope Hill has 52 foster care children in various counties in Eastern Kentucky. With Christmas time approaching we want to ensure that each child receives the best Christmas possible.  Your registration fee will be used to purchase Christmas gifts for these wonderful children.

Location: Perry County Park Shelter #3
Race Time: 10am
Check in will begin at 9am on race day.
Registration fee: $20 (Cash/Check) register by November 8th for a t-shirt.
Contact: Misty Neace or Nicole Davis at 606-910-4414 ext 2 or misty.neace@hopehill.org.
There will be awards given to the first 3 mailes and first 3 females.

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Hazard KY Event – Race


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Ram Jam 2019 @ Riverside Christian Academy
Nov 16 @ 6:00 pm

See Jason Crabb live in concert for a Riverside Christian School benefit. All the ticket sales go to the school to further Christian education in Appalachia.

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Hazard KY Event – Gospel Music



Sponsor - CTBI

Nov
17
Sun
WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies @ HCTC - Lees College Campus
Nov 17 all-day

HCTC Libraries Presents:  WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies – On display at the Stephens and Lees College Campus Libraries until December 20th!

This exhibit is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit on Service and the National Museum of American History, with funding from the United States World War I Centennial Commission and the Smithsonian Women’s Committee.

For more exciting events like this one – Try our main page: HazardHappenings.com

Jackson KY Event – Exhibit


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Encounter Night – Frontline Ministries @ Frontline Ministries
Nov 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join us for a night of prayer and worship! Everyone is welcome!

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Hazard KY Event – Faith


Sponsor - CTBI



Nov
18
Mon
WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies @ HCTC - Lees College Campus
Nov 18 all-day

HCTC Libraries Presents:  WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies – On display at the Stephens and Lees College Campus Libraries until December 20th!

This exhibit is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit on Service and the National Museum of American History, with funding from the United States World War I Centennial Commission and the Smithsonian Women’s Committee.

For more exciting events like this one – Try our main page: HazardHappenings.com

Jackson KY Event – Exhibit


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City Commission Meeting (Every 3rd Monday) @ City Hall
Nov 18 @ 7:00 pm
Nov
19
Tue
WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies @ HCTC - Lees College Campus
Nov 19 all-day

HCTC Libraries Presents:  WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies – On display at the Stephens and Lees College Campus Libraries until December 20th!

This exhibit is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit on Service and the National Museum of American History, with funding from the United States World War I Centennial Commission and the Smithsonian Women’s Committee.

For more exciting events like this one – Try our main page: HazardHappenings.com

Jackson KY Event – Exhibit


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Perry County Fiscal Court – (Every 3rd Tuesday)
Nov 19 @ 10:00 am
Yoga / Meditation Workshop @ HCTC
Nov 19 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Join us next Tuesday from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM to learn how to destress your body using yoga and meditation techniques. This event will be in the Jolly Classroom Center – Library and it is free for students, faculty and staff.

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Hazard KY Event – Relaxation



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2019 Challenger Fall Trivia @ Big Blue Smokehouse
Nov 19 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join us on November 19th at Big Blue Smokehouse for Challenger Trivia Night!

We will have over 100 original trivia questions designed to separate the know-it-alls from the know-nothings!

Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and last place, with 1st prize being a $20 Big Blue Smokehouse gift card for each member of the winning team!

All proceeds go towards supporting the Challenger Learning Center of Kentucky

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Hazard KY Event – Trivia



Sponsor - CTBI

Nov
20
Wed
WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies @ HCTC - Lees College Campus
Nov 20 all-day

HCTC Libraries Presents:  WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies – On display at the Stephens and Lees College Campus Libraries until December 20th!

This exhibit is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit on Service and the National Museum of American History, with funding from the United States World War I Centennial Commission and the Smithsonian Women’s Committee.

For more exciting events like this one – Try our main page: HazardHappenings.com

Jackson KY Event – Exhibit


Sponsor - CTBI



Nov
21
Thu
WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies @ HCTC - Lees College Campus
Nov 21 all-day

HCTC Libraries Presents:  WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies – On display at the Stephens and Lees College Campus Libraries until December 20th!

This exhibit is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit on Service and the National Museum of American History, with funding from the United States World War I Centennial Commission and the Smithsonian Women’s Committee.

For more exciting events like this one – Try our main page: HazardHappenings.com

Jackson KY Event – Exhibit


Sponsor - CTBI



Spa La La @ Rejuvenation Center
Nov 21 @ 8:00 am – 7:00 pm

Please join us for our 7th Annual Spa La La Event! Tons of specials you DON’T want to miss out on. So grab a friend and make sure to come see us!

-One day only Botox $8.25 per unit
-All Fillers 30% off
-Kybella 30% off
-Clarisonic 35% off
-SkinMedica Products 25% off
-Latisse 25% off
-ZO Skin Care Products 50% off (in stock items only)
-Glo Skin Beauty Products 30% off (makeup and skin care items/ in
stock items only)

PACKAGE DEAL OF THE DAY
“Complete Facial Rejuvenation Package” only $1495.00.
(Includes 25 Units of Botox, 1 Syringe of Voluma, Vollure, Kybella, Latisse and SkinMedica)

WITH EVERY $500 spent in ALLERGAN Products
(Botox, Juvederm, Voluma, Volbella, Kybella, Latisse and Skinmedica) Recieve one entry to win our complete “FACIAL REJUVENATION PACKAGE

WITH EVERY PURCHASE YOU’LL BE ENTERED TO WIN:
4 $25 GIFT CARDS
1 MICRODERMABRASION
1 DERMAPLANING
1 CHEMICAL PEEL OF CHOICE
1 FACIAL OF CHOICE
SKINMEDICA REGIMEN KITS

GIFT CARDS AVAILABLE! PURCHASE ANY SERVICE THAT DAY ONLY AT THE SALE PRICE, HAVE 12 MONTHS TO USE. PHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED.

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Hazard KY Event – Sale


Sponsor - CTBI



Nov
22
Fri
WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies @ HCTC - Lees College Campus
Nov 22 all-day

HCTC Libraries Presents:  WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies – On display at the Stephens and Lees College Campus Libraries until December 20th!

This exhibit is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit on Service and the National Museum of American History, with funding from the United States World War I Centennial Commission and the Smithsonian Women’s Committee.

For more exciting events like this one – Try our main page: HazardHappenings.com

Jackson KY Event – Exhibit


Sponsor - CTBI



Nov
23
Sat
WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies @ HCTC - Lees College Campus
Nov 23 all-day

HCTC Libraries Presents:  WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies – On display at the Stephens and Lees College Campus Libraries until December 20th!

This exhibit is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit on Service and the National Museum of American History, with funding from the United States World War I Centennial Commission and the Smithsonian Women’s Committee.

For more exciting events like this one – Try our main page: HazardHappenings.com

Jackson KY Event – Exhibit


Sponsor - CTBI



Appalshop Old-Time Day @ Appalshop
Nov 23 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

Workshops, concerts, demonstrations, jam sessions, instrument vendor, and more!

Featuring: Jesse Milnes & Emily Miller, The T-Mart Rounders, Travis Stuart, John Haywood, and John Harrod.

Saturday November 23
9:00 am – Registration Opens
10:30-11:45 am – Concurrent Workshop Sessions
11:45 am-1:30 pm – Lunch Break
1:30-2:30 pm – Master Keynote w/John Harrod
2:45-4:00 pm – Concurrent Workshop Sessions
4:00-6:00 pm – Supper Break
6:00-8:00 pm – Evening Concert

Old-Time Day (All Inclusive) (Pre-Registration) – $25
Old-Time Day (All Inclusive) (At the Door) – $35
Evening Concert Alone – $10

Evening Concert is open to the public.

Tickets for sale at the link above or here: https://appalshop.networkforgood.com/events/15977-appalshop-old-time-day

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Whitesburg KY Event – Music


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Santa at the Library @ Perry County Public Library
Nov 23 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Nov. 23rd, 11:00am-2:00pm / All ages

Santa is heading to the Perry County Public Library early this year! Join us from 11:00am-2:00pm to have pictures made with Santa. Be sure to have those letters ready so the elves can get a head start on making toys and treats for all! Remember, Santa will only be here until 2:00pm so you must be in line by 1:30pm to see him before he heads back to the North Pole.

The Perry County Public Library makes every reasonable effort to provide equal access to all patrons. Please contact library@perrylib.org or call 606-436-2475 at least 72 hours prior to an event to arrange for accommodation. All facilities and meeting rooms are ADA compliant.

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Hazard KY Event – Santa


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Tourism’s 10K Turkey Trot – Whitesburg @ Raven Rock Golf Course
Nov 23 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Get ready to trot like a turkey this November in Letcher County Tourism’s 2nd 10K Turkey Trot, 2 Mile Gobble Wobble & the Hold onto Your Tail Feathers Fun Run presented by double kwik.
The races will take place at the beautiful Raven Rock Golf Course on Saturday morning, November 23rd at 11 AM.
Prior to Nov. 23rd, registration is only $20 per person, increasing to $25 on the day of the event. Register with a group of 8 or more for only $15 per person.
Register by Nov. 8th, to guarantee a commemorative race shirt.

Register at: http://APTiming.com/Tourism_Turkey_Trot-2019

Finisher medals will be given to anyone who crosses the finish line. Placement medals,handcrafted by Rustic Rooster Custom Metal in Letcher County, will be awarded to the top three males and females to cross the finish line of the 10K Turkey Trot and 2 Mile Gobble Wobble,

This year, Tourism will also host a pasta packet pick-up party at the Pine at Raven Rock on Friday, November 22 from 5 PM – 8 PM. For only $5/ person, runners and walkers and their families can enjoy a pasta dinner that will help prepare them for the race ahead.

Participants who pre-register are encouraged to attend this event to pick up their bib and shirts prior to race day.
For more information, check out discoverletcher.com or Letcher County Tourism’s Facebook page.
To contact tourism directly, email letchertourism@gmail.com or call (606)-634-1814.
All proceeds from the race will support the continued growth of Tourism in Letcher County & the Eastern Kentucky region.

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Whitesburg KY Event – Race


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Community Showcase @ The Forum
Nov 23 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

We’re hosting a Fall Showcase to give a platform for all of the talented folks in our community and raise money for the ArtStation and our ongoing arts education programs!

Tickets: Adult- $8 Child- $5

Tickets can be preordered by contacting Jake East- jake@appalarts.org or (904) 404-2145

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Hazard KY Event – Talent Show



Sponsor - CTBI

Nov
24
Sun
WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies @ HCTC - Lees College Campus
Nov 24 all-day

HCTC Libraries Presents:  WORLD WAR I Lessons and Legacies – On display at the Stephens and Lees College Campus Libraries until December 20th!

This exhibit is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit on Service and the National Museum of American History, with funding from the United States World War I Centennial Commission and the Smithsonian Women’s Committee.

For more exciting events like this one – Try our main page: HazardHappenings.com

Jackson KY Event – Exhibit


Sponsor - CTBI