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Explore KY

Explore Kentucky’s Ancient Forest

We’re excited to announce we’re partnering up again with Kentucky Natural Lands Trust this year to host a weekend of guided hikes on the dates of March 18 and 19 (rescheduled dates) at Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission‘s Blanton Forest State Nature Preserve. The hikes

Comic Con

Lexington Toy & Comic Con 2017

The Lexington Comic & Toy Convention is on March 10th – 12th, 2017 and is a gathering of all things and people in the comic and collectible toy industry. The convention will be held in at the Lexington Convention Center in Lexington, KY. Click here

KCDHH

Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing – Hazard Outreach

Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing staff will be in Hazard to meet with hospitals, service providers, deaf and hard of hearing residents, individuals who employ, provide services to or family members who need information and resources related to hearing loss. Individuals

Promise Zone

Promise Zone – Fourth Forum

Please join Sandi Curd on Tuesday, March 7, 2017 between 10 a.m. and Noon at the Perry County Courthouse for the Annual Perry County Promise Zone Community Forum. Our Promise Zone is up to 81 partners, written almost 300 letters of support and has identified

Kentucky Mountain Amateur Radio Club – Monthly Meeting

  Kentucky Mountain Amateur Radio Club KMARC will meet Monday March 6th 6:00 PM Eastern Kentucky Veterans Center. Business part of meeting last about 30 min then hour long DMR presentation by Roland KY4RDB. Testing for new or upgrade license will start about 6:30. Picture

Artisan Center

Knife And Hatchet Workshop

This special weekend class will be held on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays in March– March 4th and March 18th. The class time is 9am – 4pm each day. REGISTER NOW! Spots are limited! Master Blacksmith Dan Estep will guide participants in forging their own

Reclaimed

Kentucky Derby Hat Fundraiser

Do you want to catch somebody’s eye this spring? If you’re like us, you love unique creations, dazzling colors, and the joy of having something made just for you. So, if you’re looking for the perfect event to get you into a bright spring mood,

Teach for America

Appalachia New Teacher Conference

WHO IS THIS FOR? The Appalachia New Teacher Conference is designed for any early-career teacher (years 1-5) WHAT CAN I EXPECT? Collaborate, learn and network with other regional educators. HOW MUCH WILL IT COST? There is only a $5 registration fee (at the door) which

Buckhorn

Winter Sunrise Elk Watch

Enjoy seeing these majestic animals in their natural habitat. Participants must register by calling Sue Thomas at Buckhorn Lake State Resort Park at 606-398-7510. Participation in the natural history program the evening prior to the trip at 7 p.m. is strongly recommended. Participants are encouraged