Ark Bazaar @ First United Methodist Church
Oct 22 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
First United Methodist Church is having their first Ark Bazaar.   Admission is free and the event features over 30 vendors selling  fall fashions (children & adults), jewelry, home décor and more.  Everyone is welcome.
Vintage & Craft Fair @ MB Roland Distillery
Oct 22 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Enjoy shopping for unique and one of a kind items? You’ll love our autumn Vintage & Craft Fair, as it is a truly authentic craft event.
Shop unique, handcrafted and vintage items from over 50 creative and inventive artisans. Home décor, artisanal cutlery, repurposed antiques, furniture, jewelry, apparel, gourmet foods, and body care will be just a few items that will be available.

We’re one of the few places hubby won’t mind joining you; you can enjoy an adult beverage while you shop! We will have cocktails, wine, and craft beer available at our cash bar. Plus, our gift shop will be open for tastings and sales.

We’ve got 7 acres of parking, with no charge for entry or parking.

Food trucks will be on site, so come hungry!
Decode Poe @ Downtown Hopkinsville
Oct 22 @ 10:00 am

Just like William Legrand in “The Gold Bug,” you will need your best decoding skills to decipher the cryptographic clues to find the location of the treasure. Crack the clues on your own – or in a team of up to four people. Call the museum at 270-887-4270 to reserve your spot!

Copper Canyon Ranch Ghost Town 2016 Hayride @ Copper Canyon Ranch @ Copper Canyon Ranch
Oct 22 @ 6:00 pm – 10:45 pm

Get ready for a “HAIR-RAISING” Ride Through “GHOST TOWN” At Your OWN Risk!!  Weekends Through October 29 Starting at DARK Till..?????

“Ya-All Better Get Brave”


Book Discussion @ Hopkinsville Community College (library)
Oct 24 @ 12:00 pm

Edgar Allan Poe: Death, Drugs, & Demons” with HCC’s Nursing Instructors

“Edgar Allan Poe: Love, Death, and Women” @ Hopkinsville Community College
Oct 25 @ 12:00 pm

Documentary Discussion with Dr. YeVette Howard

This film investigates the life and work of Poe by examining his relationships with the women in his life. Tenuous at best, disastrous at worst – these relationships provided the inspiration for some of the most well-known and terrifying short stories and poems of the 19th century.

Movie: The Raven with John Cusack @ HCC (Auditorium)
Oct 25 @ 6:00 pm

(Rated R)

This 2012 thriller is a fictionalized account of the last days of Poe’s life as he pursues a serial killer whose murders mirror those in Poe’s stories.

Book Discussion @ Books On Main
Oct 26 @ 12:00 pm

“Edgar Allan Poe: Father of Detective Fiction”with Dr. YeVette Howard

Bid Hallow Read @ Hopkinsville Library
Oct 27 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

“Edgar Allan Poe: Father of Detective Fiction”with Dr. YeVette Howard

Storytelling, face painting, pumpkin decorating*, games, and more at the library. A perfect spooky evening for little readers!
*While Supplies Last

Supper at the Cemetery @ Riverside Cemetery
Oct 28 @ 4:30 pm

Tour the tombstones with the Museums of Hopkinsville and learn more about the art and history of this final resting place. After a delicious supper from the Pioneers, convene in the chapel to hear from local folks who made their way to the cemetery in ways that only Poe could have imagined. Tours start at 4:30pm; supper will be served at 5:30pm; and the show starts at 6:30pm. Call the Museum at 270-887-4270 to reserve your spot! $12 per person.