Fishing Fun for Kids on Little River and the Lake at Jeffers Bend!
$2.00 per person in advance (tickets available at Jeffers Bend and various locations in the city (pre-registration sites: Recreation Department, Christian County Extension Office, Hopkinsville Housing Authority, Aaron McNeil Center, HWEA drive thru window, Boys and Girls Club, Woodland Heights and Hopkinsville Electric System)).
$3.00 per person at the gate day of event.
**Note $1.00 off tickets for Military with ID**
***There is no fishing license required for this event***
T-SHIRTS available, FISH, FOOD, DRINKS, FUN, & PRIZES!!!
Prizes for ages 3-5, 6-8, 9-11, and 12-15 for smallest, largest, and most fish caught
Awards will be presented from 12-1 pm
Lunch is included in admission price (hot dog, chips, and bottled water)
Brushy Fork Creek is a hidden treasure in western Kentucky. A recent fire destroyed their art gallery, studio and spa. Join Studio Nine Yoga for a mild flow this Saturday, May 26 at 9 o’clock in the morning. They will be sending good vibes and lots of love and prayers to Brushy Fork Creek. Practice will be donation based and proceeds will go toward raising money for the Brushy Fork Creek cause.
You can also help to bless this family by visiting:
Open May 26 – September 3, 2018
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 11 am-7 pm | Saturdays and Holidays 10 am-7 pm |
Sundays 12 pm-7 pm | Teen Nights 7-10 pm
Main Street Tavern is honored to welcome back a Rising Star to the Tavern Stage Live Brenna Beatty
Brenna Beatty has had a passion for music since the time she was a little girl. She’s been singing since before she could talk. At age 11, she wrote and sang her first original song a cappella during a singing competition. By age 16, she had taught herself piano and guitar. To date, she has written/co-written over 400 songs. She completed her first 5 song EP in early 2016 at Use Your Gift Studio with Firefall’s Sandy Ficca! She has had the opportunity to open for many national acts including Dylan Scott, Bryan White, Trick Pony, Lila McCann, James Otto, Keith Anderson, Meghan Linsey, Poco and Jason Michael Carroll. She has also shared the stage with some of Nashvilles’ most respected songwriters including Earl Bud Lee (writer of Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places) Travis Howard (writer for Miranda Lambert) Aaron Benward (founder of Nashville Unplugged) Lance Carpenter, Brian White and Bruce Michael Miller. Brenna relocated to Nashville in the spring of 2017. She is working on a studio album and towards a recording/publishing deal. Brenna dreams of becoming a world known performing artist and hit songwriter.
Brenna is no stranger on The Tavern Stage and we are excited to have her back in Historic Downtown Hopkinsville.
Their annual fundraiser for the Imagination Library at the beautiful Burdoc Farms will include live jazz during dinner and a DJ for the after dinner dancing. All proceeds provide Imagination Library books for children ages 0-5 in Christian County. Tickets are available for purchase now at the Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library.
More information coming soon!
The Woody Winfree Fire-Transportation Museum will be closed to the public beginning in April and will reopen on Tuesday, July 10, 2018.
The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County is thrilled to announce that the Pennyroyal Area Museum is getting a makeover! And in order to prepare for this major project, the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County will be closing with a Bon Voyage Party on Saturday, March 31, 2018.
We are renovating the old Post Office, the home of the Pennyroyal Area Museum since 1976. Built in 1913-15, this elegant, beautiful building is in need of upgrades to provide a space that can best showcase the history that we all treasure. In addition to the building renovation, we will also be refining, redesigning, and creating an updated exhibition to tell the stories of our community.
We anticipate a grand re-opening of the Pennyroyal Area Museum in the spring of 2019.