Mark your calendar, Shred Day is back!
Do you have a bunch of old documents, receipts, cancelled checks, or tax forms you would like to have shred? If so, the City of Hopkinsville invites you to have as much as 100 pounds of paper destroyed at no cost during our annual Fall Identity Theft Prevention Shred Day.
The Shred Day series, now in its ninth year, will take place “rain or shine” on Friday, October 24th from 10am – 1pm at the Public Works Complex located at 705 North Main Street. Any interested Christian County resident, business, or organization is encouraged to bring sensitive documents to be shred as you watch!
Have questions? Please call (270) 890-0215.
Join us for the upcoming Halloween Activities at PSC Blue Springs Resort.
We have several different things going on like the Best Costume Diver, Underwater Pumpkin Carving, Zombie Apocalypse Specialty Diver Class, Chili Cook out, and of course you will want to hang out and Dive the Living Dead (Group Lead Night Dive).
You won’t want to miss the last event of 2014.
This year Sponsors are: Pennyroyal Scuba, Aquatech Scuba & Waterdogs Scuba Island Hoppers Scuba & The Dive Monkey Grill. Thanks to our sponsors for helping out with the last event of the year
Christian County Cooperative Extension Office presents the 2nd annual Halloween Family Fun Event!
A Halloween event promoting family togetherness and fun!
Four Spooktacular stations including:
Halloween Themed Snacks
Family Friendly Halloween Movie
Halloween Book Corner
This event is for parents/guardians and children in preschool through fifth grade.
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The Shelter and the Friends of the Shelter we be hosting our annual October Fur-Festival! Starting at 2:00 until 5:00 the Shelter will be reopening it’s doors for adoptions only! It gives people an opportunity to come to the Shelter an adopt an animal that might not be able to get to the Shelter during its normal operating hours. There will be food, drinks, games and fun for the whole family!
Paws Festival – An event to benefit Max’s Hope Pet Rescue
Live Music, Food provided by The Place, arts & crafts at Griffin’s Studio, tasty treats from Kim’s Sweets Shoppe, bouncer & face painting, and lots of vendors! And of course, animals!
Hosted by Max’s Hope Pet Rescue
On Saturday, October 25th, 2014, beginning at 6pm, there will be a Hopkinsville Drum Circle at Riverfront Park, in Hopkinsville. This will be another “Fun Drum”.
Riverfront Park is located at the corner of Riverfront Drive and W. 1st Street, beside the Hopkinsville Fire Dept., Station #1. Please do not park in the Station #1 parking lot. There is ample parking available across Riverfront, at the State offices building.
Bring your own drums, percussion instruments, chairs and soft beverages. Enjoy an evening of drumming. Tell and bring your friends!
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Ready, Set, GLOW! Lake Barkley State Resort Park is hosting its annual Trick-or-Trot 5K Race. This year’s race will be a glow-themed night run for all ages that begins and ends at Lake Barkley Beach!
Awards ceremony and black light after-party with live DJ will follow, so get ready to light up the night, and don’t forget to bring your glow gear!
Halloween costumes are welcome too.
Registration is $25, but participants can save $5 by registering online.
Same-day registration will open 1 hour prior to the race start time.
The Hopkinsville Parks and Recreation Department will begin offering Pickle-ball at the Thomas Street Recreation Center on Wednesdays from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. All ages and skill levels are welcome to participate. Participation will be “drop in” play and court reservations will be first come first served.
Pickle-ball is one of the fastest-growing games in the nation! This up-tempo game is an entertaining mix of tennis, badminton, ping pong, and racquetball. It’s fast paced, easy to learn, great exercise, and lots of fun!
Drop In Play: August 6, 2014 – April 29, 2015
Fee: $5.00 participation fee [includes usage of paddles and pickle balls] – I.D.
Beginning Thursday, October23 at 12:00 noon, and continuing for five weeks Grace Episcopal Church in Hopkinsville will be hosting their fourth Music at Midday programs. These are series of organ recitals on their historic Estey Pipe Organ. They will be approximately 15 minutes in length. Grace Church organist Stephen Wiggin will perform a program of music based on popular hymns for the first program.
Other organists from the area will be featured on successive programs: Wayne Eastham will play October 30, Rich Barnett on November 6 and Dan Wilkinson will perform November 13. Wiggin will provide the final program on November 20.
The pipe organ at Grace Church was installed in 1906. It was a gift of John C Latham, Jr., in memory of his mother, Virginia, a long-time member of the Grace Church choir.
The organ was totally rebuilt in 2009 by the Milnar Organ Company of Eagleville, Tennessee. It consists of over 850 pipes, divided into 15 sets, playable from three keyboards, two played by hands and one by feet. Pipes vary in size from the smallest, about the size of a pencil, to the largest, pipes made of wood that are about a foot square and close to ten feet tall.
These programs are open to the public.