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Monthly Archives: February 2019

Lovern Street Mural

Bailey Richards, downtown champion and local artist, designed this twist on the old Hazard city seal for a mural on the corner of Lovern and High Street. Just a block away from downtown, Bailey’s mural is beautiful to pass by on a walk to Bobby

Fran’s Mural

Local artist Fran Everage painted this bright, beautiful mural in the parklet by the basketball courts. A perfect place to rest for volunteers working in the pollinator garden or for people watching the summer basketball games, Fran’s work brightens up the whole parking lot –

Pantry Shelf Mural

Painted during Appalachian Arts Alliance’s first HazArt, this gorgeous mural covers Memorial Street from the corner of Pantry Shelf to the Broadway Bridge. The design for this bright, colorful forest was created by local artist Charles Boggs, which 7 volunteers helped paint in one day!

Umbrellas Over the Parklet

Right now, the Parklet gets pretty hot in the spring and summer. While volunteers work on little projects to transform this space, a place to cool down could make their work easier. Many cities have installed umbrellas as a colorful way to shade streets and

Steak ‘n Shake Ground Breaking

Steak ‘n Shake and the Hazard Perry County Chamber of Commerce will be holding a ground breaking for the new restaurant at the East Perry Development. The ground breaking will be on Tuesday, Feb 12th starting at Noon. Hazard Event – Ground Breaking

Circle T Valentine’s Special

When: Thursday, Feb 14th at Circle T 💗❤️GIVEAWAY❤️💗Want a chance to “WIN” a Prime Rib Dinner for you and your Valentine?Here’s how to enter1. Like our page “Circle T Restaurant “2. Share this post. Winner will be chosen Tuesday February 12th!! Hazard Event – Valentine Prime

Poetry Reading by Pauletta Hansel

When: Tuesday, February 12 starting at 6pm (Lee’s College) Pauletta Hansel is a poet, essayist and teacher from Jackson who was Cincinnati’s first poet Laureate (2016-2018). She is the author of six poetry collections. Jackson Event – Poetry Reading

Songwriters Circle – Nate Polly

When: Tuesday, Feb 12th from 7pm-8:30pm (Appalachian School of Luthiery) Bring your songs, your stories, your friends… and join us for an evening of original performances by regional songwriters and musicians. This month’s show will feature regional singer Nate Polly with songs from his newest

No Date! No Problem! An Evening of Painting and Fun

Roses are RedViolets are BlueWho has time for Cupid,When there’s painting to do? Join us on Monday, February 11th at 5:00pm for our No Date: No Problem canvas painting class with Kenna Spears. You must present your Perry County Public Library library card upon entry.