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Apr
21
Sun
Easter Services – Summit Community Church @ Summit Church - Hazard
Apr 21 all-day

Two Sunday services for your convenience:  9:30am and 11:15am.  Come join Summit as they worship on Easter!

Hazard Event – Easter


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky


Sponsor - CTBI

Apr
23
Tue
HHS Open House & Parent Fair @ Hazard High School
Apr 23 all-day

BulldogOpen House will be at the Parent Fair on April 23. Midterm report cards may be picked up.

Hazard Event – Grades


Sponsor - CTBI


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky

Tree Week Celebration – HCTC
Apr 23 all-day

HCTC has plans for celebrating the environment.

Hazard Event – Environment Celebration


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky


Sponsor - CTBI

Apr
24
Wed
Tree Week Celebration – HCTC
Apr 24 all-day

HCTC has plans for celebrating the environment.

Hazard Event – Environment Celebration


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky


Sponsor - CTBI

Apr
26
Fri
Tree Week Celebration – HCTC
Apr 26 all-day

HCTC has plans for celebrating the environment.

Hazard Event – Environment Celebration


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky


Sponsor - CTBI

Arsenic and Old Lace @ The Forum
Apr 26 @ 7:00 pm

Tickets are $5 for students and $10 for adults.

Arsenic and Old Lace follows two elderly sisters, Martha and Abby, their nephew Teddy and a young couple. Nothing is as it seems though, and Martha and Abby harbor an interesting secret? Why is Boris Karloff dropping in to visit? How can Teddy Roosevelt be prevented from blowing his bugle, and what, oh what, to do with that dead body in the window seat?

From an unexpected family visit to a police officer pursuing the show business, twists and turns come with each change of scene!

Join us in this humorous performance given by Hazard High schools very own theatre! Guaranteed to be a “killer” show!

Hazard Event – Theatre


Sponsor - CTBI


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky

Apr
27
Sat
Tree Week Celebration – HCTC
Apr 27 all-day

HCTC has plans for celebrating the environment.

Hazard Event – Environment Celebration


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky


Sponsor - CTBI

Arsenic and Old Lace @ The Forum
Apr 27 @ 7:00 pm

Tickets are $5 for students and $10 for adults.

Arsenic and Old Lace follows two elderly sisters, Martha and Abby, their nephew Teddy and a young couple. Nothing is as it seems though, and Martha and Abby harbor an interesting secret? Why is Boris Karloff dropping in to visit? How can Teddy Roosevelt be prevented from blowing his bugle, and what, oh what, to do with that dead body in the window seat?

From an unexpected family visit to a police officer pursuing the show business, twists and turns come with each change of scene!

Join us in this humorous performance given by Hazard High schools very own theatre! Guaranteed to be a “killer” show!

Hazard Event – Theatre


Sponsor - CTBI


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky

Apr
29
Mon
Create your own wall pocket vase for summer! @ Jabo's Coal River Grille
Apr 29 @ 6:30 pm

Just in time for summer! We’ll handbuild a wall vase for the outdoors. All skill levels are welcome! Older children are welcome to participate with adult supervision. Please note the class is part of a two step process with two different dates.

(Class 1 of 2) On Monday, April 29th we’ll handbuild our clay masterpiece.
(Class 2 of 2) Then on Friday, May 3rd we’ll add color to our creations with glaze.

Arrangements to pick up your piece can be made during the week of May 6th.
Classes are $25 per person, per piece. We’ll gather in the banquet room at Jabos Coal Mountain Grille. Arrive before the class to grab something to eat and drink. Please message or email to reserve your spot! Sorry, class size is limited to 12 persons.

Hazard Event – Art Event


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky


Sponsor - CTBI

Apr
30
Tue
Crazy Hat Day – HCTC @ HCTC
Apr 30 all-day

It’s a student scholarship fundraiser!

Nominate, Vote, See who has to wear the “crazy hat”!

Nominations are $5 and are open from April 8th – 12th
Voting starts April 15th – 29th
See who gets the hat April 29th
Presentation of crazy hats will occur on April 30th at 10am.  All winners will be required to hear the crazy hat for the entire day!

Hazard Event – Crazy Hats


Sponsor - CTBI


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky

67 Annual Hazard Perry County Civic Night @ HCTC - First Federal Center
Apr 30 @ 6:00 pm

Hazard City Hall

Mark your calendars……..The 67 Annual Hazard Perry County Civic Night will be held on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 in the First Federal Center on HCTC campus. Eastern Kentucky native Nick Wilson, Survivor Winner, will be the guest speaker.

Hazard Event – Civic Night


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky


Sponsor - CTBI

May
1
Wed
Tamale Making Workshop @ HCTC
May 1 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Learn to make tamales from master tamale maker Angelina Lozano. Participants will learn about the history and tradition of tamales, explore different fillings, and will fill, fold and steam tamales. Each participant will leave with 10 tamales and recipes. $25 covers instruction and cost of materials. Class size is limited, so reserve your spot now! Contact us for details and to enroll.

Hazard KY Event – Tamales


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky


Sponsor - CTBI

May
3
Fri
Create your own wall pocket vase for summer! @ Jabo's Coal River Grille
May 3 @ 6:30 pm

Just in time for summer! We’ll handbuild a wall vase for the outdoors. All skill levels are welcome! Older children are welcome to participate with adult supervision. Please note the class is part of a two step process with two different dates.

(Class 1 of 2) On Monday, April 29th we’ll handbuild our clay masterpiece.
(Class 2 of 2) Then on Friday, May 3rd we’ll add color to our creations with glaze.

Arrangements to pick up your piece can be made during the week of May 6th.
Classes are $25 per person, per piece. We’ll gather in the banquet room at Jabos Coal Mountain Grille. Arrive before the class to grab something to eat and drink. Please message or email to reserve your spot! Sorry, class size is limited to 12 persons.

Hazard Event – Art Event


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky


Sponsor - CTBI

Four Shillings Short – The Forum @ The Forum
May 3 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Celtic/Folk/World music duo Four Shillings Short are coming to Hazard, KY for the first time to performing a benefit concert for New Beginnings and the Appalachian Arts Alliance.   “Around the World in 30 Instruments” is a multi-cultural educational concert featuring Traditional and Original music from the Celtic lands, Medieval & Renaissance Europe, India and the Americas on a fantastic array of instruments (over 30) including Hammered & Mountain Dulcimer, Mandolin, Mandola, Bouzouki, Recorders, Tinwhistles, Medieval and Renaissance Woodwinds, North Indian Sitar, Charango, Bowed Psaltery, Banjo, Native American Flutes, Bodhran, Guitar, Ukulele, Doumbek & Darbuka, Spoons, vocals and even a Krumhorn. 

 ABOUT FOUR SHILLINGS SHORT

Four Shillings Short, the husband/wife duo of Aodh Og O’Tuama from Cork, Ireland and Christy Martin from California.  Touring in the US & Ireland since 1997, Four Shillings Short are independent folk-artists who perform over 100 concerts a year, have released 12 recordings and live as full time Troubadours traveling the globe performing at music festivals, theatres & performing arts centers, folk societies, libraries, house concerts and schools.

 Aodh Og O’Tuama grew up in a family of poets, musicians and writers.  He received his degree in Music from University College Cork, Ireland and received a Fellowship from Stanford University in California in Medieval and Renaissance performance.  He plays Tinwhistles, Medieval & Renaissance woodwinds, Recorders, Doumbek (from Morocco), bowed Psaltery, Native American Flute, Wooden Spoons and sings both in English, Gaelic & French.

Christy Martin grew up in a family of musicians and dancers.  From the age of 15, she studied North Indian Sitar for 10 years, studying with Tony Karasek (a student of master Sitarist Ravi Shankar) and Rahul Sariputra (a student of Allaudin Khan).  She began playing the Hammered Dulcimer in her 20’s and has studied with Maggie Sansone, Dan Duggan, Cliff Moses, Robin Petrie, Tony Elman and Glen Morgan.  In addition she plays Mandolin, Mandola, Bouzouki, Banjo, Guitar, Bodhran (Irish frame drum), Andean Charango, Medieval Psaltery, Ukulele and sings in English, Irish and Sanskrit.

WHAT FOLKS SAY ABOUT FOUR SHILLINGS SHORT

“Eclectic and unpredictable are apt descriptions of this beguiling duo.  Their repertoire joins together traditional Celtic tunes, Indian ragas and American mountain music into an intoxicating mash.  Through their many albums and constant touring, they’ve become known for thwarting listeners’ expectations and finding common ground in genres not often associated with one another.” (Connect Savannah, Savannah GA) 

”The delightfully surprising collection of songs and sounds this husband/wife act create, stretch the limits of Celtic and Folk music by stirring in generous amounts of Indian Ragas and Medieval flavorings via some of the tastiest sitar playing this side of Ravi Shankar. ” (Valpariso Times, IN)

 Their music is a global potpourri.” (New Times, Miami FL) 

 Yours was truly one of the best shows I’ve been to on “any” level & it’s pretty broad: Michael Jackson, Celtic Women, James Taylor, John Denver & Four Shillings Short!!! I enjoyed not only the musical talent, but the education regarding instruments, origin etc. storytelling & mix of genuine passion, love & humor.  In that regard you beat out all the others. (Louisville, KY 2012)

“Sunday nights’ concert featured a husband and wife duo called Four Shillings Short.  They are astounding.  They both have wonderful singing voices.  They play an incredible variety of music from Indian Ragas to Celtic, Traditional folk and about anything else you can think of.  They are very charismatic with great stage presence.” Columbus Folk Music Society,OH)

 “Their musical virtuosity makes old songs sound new and new songs sound like time-worn Celtic spells.” (CITY PAGES, Wausau WI)                                                                                                                                                    

“They are not the Clancy Brothers or Jean Richie or Ravi Shankar   but a combination of all three, laced with Irish humor. Their collection of instruments is museum-like and I’ve never seen the place so packed.” (San Gregorio General Store, CA 2005)

Four Shillings Short are the ultimate in coffeehouse entertainment. The variety of musical instrumentation really keeps me interested. Equal amounts of male and female energy keep the emotional content well-balanced. Song lyrics don’t get hidden underneath too much accompaniment. Harmonies are sweet; instrumental solos spirited. And best of all, their demeanor belies a commitment to the ideal of rising up singing.” (Chicory House Concerts Forty Fort, PA 2008)

“Stunning performance last night. Folk music at its best. Well sung, well played & I lost count of how many instruments. One of the most inspiring performances I have ever witnessed.”  (Berea KY 2011)

“Four Shillings Short, celto-indo fusion duo, is a world class act.” (KMFB – Late night Liz, Fort Bragg, CA 2012)

“These are two of the best musicians that I’ve seen come through.  They are authentic, traditional and spontaneous.”(Suburban  Exchange, Houghton MI)

“Four Shillings Short takes you on a musical journey through time and across the seas as they perform everything from traditional Irish tunes and airs to Indian Ragas.”  (The Foothills Sun-Gazette/ Exeter, CA 2010)

“A husband-and-wife duo of mystical musical abilities.  Their sound is haunting, crystalline beauty.”(Monterey County Weekly, Monterey, CA 2010)

“The Celtic/Folk/World music duo performs on a bevy of unusual instruments and in myriad styles.  This is a great show for kids of all ages, who’ll be amazed by the duo’s thematic range.” (Glen Starkey – New Times, San Luis Obispo, CA 2010)

Hazard Event – Live Music


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky


Sponsor - CTBI

May
4
Sat
DBC Car Show @ Davidson Baptist Church
May 4 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Show off your Car or Truck …….Old or New!!
*Dash plaque for first 25 participants
*Door Prizes for participants
*Awards
Free Fun Family Day
Food for everyone!

Hazard KY Event – Car Show


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky


Sponsor - CTBI

ARH Derby Party @ ARH Medical Mall
May 4 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Please join us for the 6th annual Derby Party to be held at the ARH Medical Mall in Hazard, Ky on Saturday, May 4th from 4pm until 8 pm. Enjoy the races, casino gambling, prizes, appetizer, cash bar and much more. For more information, please contact albaker@arh.org or 606-439-6980.
All proceeds will benefit the cardiac patient assistance fund.

Hazard Event – Derby Party

May
6
Mon
Basket Weaver Class @ HCTC
May 6 @ 5:00 pm

Per Keila Miller:

New group of basket weavers in class tonight. Everyone did great!!!! Next class will be May 6 at 5 pm. We will do a square to round basket. Let me know if you are interested!

Keila can be reached by calling HCTC – 606.436.5721

Hazard Event – Make a Basket


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky


Sponsor - CTBI

Spring 2019 Ensemble Showcase @ HCTC's Kentucky School of Bluegrass & Traditional Music
May 6 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The public is invited to this free spring concert. Come hear original work and crowd favorites performed by students and faculty at HCTC’s Kentucky School of Bluegrass and Traditional Music.

Hazard Event – Music Ensemble


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky


Sponsor - CTBI

May
7
Tue
My Old KY Home (Hazard ARH Relay For Life) @ ARH Regional Medical Center
May 7 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

We will be painting My Old Ky Home in the classroom next to the cafeteria at Hazard ARH to benefit the Relay for Life. This one makes a great gift or keep for yourself and add the phrase of your choice. You can reserve your seats by stopping by the Radiology desk and prepaying or contacting this page to make arrangements. Seats must be reserved by May 5th (we will make an announcement if it fills up before that date.) Cost is $30 per canvas and includes step by step instruction (no drawing required,) all materials, and refreshments.

Hazard Event – Fundraiser

May
9
Thu
Barrel Head Painting Class @ Jabo's Coal River Grille
May 9 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

We’re so excited to announce that we will be hosting 3 Barrel Head Painting Classes in Hazard in the weeks to follow. Come out and enjoy our 2nd class the evening of Thursday, May 9th at Jabos, as you personalize and paint your own barrel head. Cost of class is $50 per person. Message me to confirm your attendance. All attendees must be confirmed no later than 3 days before the class.

Hazard KY Event – Barrel Head Painting


Sponsor - CTBI


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky

May
10
Fri
Misty Mountain (Hazard Fundraiser For Hospice) @ Holiday Inn Express & Suites
May 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join us in the Holiday Inn Express Conference room to paint your own Mountain in the mist with a nod to catching fireflies. Cost will be $35 per canvas and includes everything you need to complete your masterpiece and refreshments. Please contact Venisa Kennedy, comment in this post, or message this page to reserve your seats.

Hazard KY Event – Paint Workshop

May
11
Sat
Little Llamas (Hazard Family Paint Fundraiser) @ Upper Second Creek Missionary Baptist Church
May 11 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Fun for all ages! Join us for this family friendly paint your Llama event. Watch your little ones get creative as they are guided through this step by step painting or join in and paint your own to create your Llama family. Cost is $25 per canvas with multi seat discounts available. Contact Karen Boggs or Missy Hurt Arnett for details and to reserve your seats. Karen (606) 216 4150. Missy (606) 438 2951 Proceeds go to the Upper Second Creek Missionary Baptist Youth Group

Hazard Event – Fundraiser

Southern Konnection – Live at Jabo’s @ Jabo's Coal River Grille
May 11 @ 9:00 pm – 11:45 pm

Come out for another great night with your all-time favorite, Southern Konnection!

Hazard Event – Live Music

May
13
Mon
White Daisy Boutique – ARH @ Hazard ARH Regional Medical Center
May 13 all-day

Come out and shop White Daisy Boutique. We will be set up at Hazard ARH in the private dining rooms beside the cafeteria on
Monday, May 13th from 11:30AM-6:00PM
Tuesday, May 14th from 7:00AM-3:00PM

Hazard KY Event – Boutique

 

May
14
Tue
White Daisy Boutique – ARH @ Hazard ARH Regional Medical Center
May 14 all-day

Come out and shop White Daisy Boutique. We will be set up at Hazard ARH in the private dining rooms beside the cafeteria on
Monday, May 13th from 11:30AM-6:00PM
Tuesday, May 14th from 7:00AM-3:00PM

Hazard KY Event – Boutique

 

Rediscovering the Doctrine of Work-A Faith-based Convening @ HCTC
May 14 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

“Many low-income individuals have increasingly turned away from work as a meaningful or even helpful part of their lives. Myriad factors contribute to the reality that low-income individuals are not working- particularly in communities dominated by multi-generational poverty” The Chalmers Center.

Rediscovering the Doctrine of Work is a convening of faith-based organizations and faith led individuals to hear from leaders in the field providing a faith centered understanding of work and how to incorporate it into the transformational services offered to those served.

Hazard Event – Work Doctrine


Sponsor - CTBI


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky

May
25
Sat
James Senters – Live at Jabo’s @ Jabo's Coal River Grille
May 25 @ 9:00 pm – 11:45 pm

You do not want to miss this performance by James Senters on May 25th beginning at 9:00 PM. It is going to be a great night of entertainment here at Jabo’s Coal River Grille.

Hazard Event – Live Music

Jun
4
Tue
2019 CPR Certification – HCTC @ HCTC Tech Campus
Jun 4 all-day

Learn how to save a life.

Training will be held at the HCTC Technical Campus.

Hazard Event – Learn CPR


Sponsor - CTBI


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky

Blitz of Bubbles! @ Challenger Learning Center
Jun 4 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

CLCK

Ages: 5-8

Do you think it may be possible to stand inside of a giant bubble?  How about making a bubble of different shapes, can it be done? Learn why bubbles have their own colors and whay they are round.  There will be bubbles, bubbles, everywhere.

Hazard Event – Summer Camp


Sponsor - CTBI


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky

LEGO Creations @ Challenger Learning Center
Jun 4 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

CLCK

Ages: 6-10

Are you a hands-on builder, a designer, or maybe a future engineer?  LEGO Creations is a full day of fun, creativity and imagination.  What can you build?

Hazard Event – Summer Camp


Sponsor - Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky


Sponsor - CTBI