First Baptist Hazard is taking over Main Street! Beginning at 5:30 pm on Sunday, October 29, kids can come in costume, ready to receive lots of candy and prizes. Families can walk up and down Main St. to play games, take pony rides, take a
Join Mountain Movers for pumpkin painting in the park! We will have apple pies, hot chocolate, and kid friendly games! The activities will be located under the shelter beside the playground. This is a FREE event for all ages up to 12. However, space is
After the overwhelming crowd last year we have pledged to buy every piece of available candy in all of Eastern Kentucky to make sure all of our friends can make sure that their little ghost and goblins get their fill in a safe fun environment.
Plan on stopping by Oct 28th from 4pm to 6pm for Trunk or Treat. Put on your best costume and enter our Costume Contest. $200 for 1st, $100 for 2nd and $50 for 3rd. Other Hazard Area Events Evilution of Terror (Haunted House) – Oct
When: Saturday, October 28th from 8am – 11am at the Hazard DAV HAMFest Details: Admission to property: $5 Table Fee: No charge this year Main Prizes: Yaesu FT-2900 75 Watt, 2 meters that will be drawn at 11am (must be present to win) Numerous other
A wonderful Leslie County tradition is returning this Halloween; The Ghost Walk is back! Join us for an evening of spooky stories and family fun! Local story tellers will share their tales at various creepy locations around town on this walking tour. All proceeds from
When: October 27th – 29th at 526 Ky Highway 699, Cornettsville, Kentucky Battle of Leatherwood History—— In 1835 the salt works at Brashearville was established. It is now known as Cornettsville, located at the mouth of Leatherwood in Perry County on Highway 699, just off Route 7.
Come to Appalshop on October 27th for a full evening of free events. The evening starts at 6:00pm with a closing art reception with artist Jenn Noble. Following the art reception is the Whitesburg premier of Heroin(e): a Netflix original documentary following three women attempting
The Foundation for Appalachian KY will host a day-long gathering to continue developing the philanthropic capacity of our communities. Workshops for people at all stages of skill and knowledge will be led by nationally recognized consultants. When: Thursday, October 26 at 9am – 3pm at Jenny
In the spirit of the Fall-Halloween Season, Perry County Central’s Award Winning Commodore Players Drama Students present Steven Stack‘s “The Bottom of the Lake”! Come join us for a Chilling but Family-friendly Evening where the traditional campfire ghost stories of Summer Camp come to life