Supper in the Cemetery

Supper in the Cemetery – at Riverside Cemetery, Hopkinsville

Tour the tombstones, enjoy a meal, and hear from local couples who have fun, powerful, and quirky love stories as we pay homage to the love story of Act II. Supper will be served at 5:00 pm and the show starts at 5:45 pm. Enjoy a traditional boxed supper in Riverside Cemetery before convening inside the Riverside Chapel. There, we will hear from well-known, beloved, and interesting couples who have made significant impacts in Our Town and beyond. This long-standing Museum event explores the history of our community by learning more from those who came before us.

Advance registration is required.
Tickets $20 | $15 for Museum Members. Get your tickets here!
or at the Woody Winfree Fire-Transportation Museum.

Supper will be served at 5:00 pm.

For more information on the Big Read Hopkinsville 2019, visit https://www.facebook.com/thebigreadhopkinsville .

Hoptown Harvest Festival

Begin the Festival Thursday evening with the Museum’s Supper in the Cemetery inside the Riverside Chapel while meeting the dearly departed who were major contributors to the agriculture industry. Boxed suppers are $20 for the general public & $15 for Museum Members. Dinner will be served at 5.

Then enjoy the 3rd annual “Founder’s Square Feast: A Farm to Table Dinner” on Friday under the stars at the Downtown Farmers Market. The dinner will feature a locally sourced 3-course meal served alongside local spirits with ambient music. Social hour is at 6 & dinner will be served at 7. Tickets are $53 each. Call 270.887.4285 to reserve your seat.

Top off the weekend with the 2nd annual Kentucky Bourbon Mashoree on Saturday while enjoying the sips & sounds of our area vintners, brewers, distillers & performers. The Downtown Farmers Market hours will be 10 am – 4 pm with in-season produce available as well as an expansion of our vintage craft vendors. Music starts at 11 & runs til 9. Beverages will be served from noon until 8. Bring the whole family for a fun-filled day – enjoy a hay maze at the Library, face painting, kids zone & tons of other family-friendly activities. Admission is free.

Hoptown Harvest Festival

Begin the Festival Thursday evening with the Museum’s Supper in the Cemetery inside the Riverside Chapel while meeting the dearly departed who were major contributors to the agriculture industry. Boxed suppers are $20 for the general public & $15 for Museum Members. Dinner will be served at 5.

Then enjoy the 3rd annual “Founder’s Square Feast: A Farm to Table Dinner” on Friday under the stars at the Downtown Farmers Market. The dinner will feature a locally sourced 3-course meal served alongside local spirits with ambient music. Social hour is at 6 & dinner will be served at 7. Tickets are $53 each. Call 270.887.4285 to reserve your seat.

Top off the weekend with the 2nd annual Kentucky Bourbon Mashoree on Saturday while enjoying the sips & sounds of our area vintners, brewers, distillers & performers. The Downtown Farmers Market hours will be 10 am – 4 pm with in-season produce available as well as an expansion of our vintage craft vendors. Music starts at 11 & runs til 9. Beverages will be served from noon until 8. Bring the whole family for a fun-filled day – enjoy a hay maze at the Library, face painting, kids zone & tons of other family-friendly activities. Admission is free.

Supper in the Cemetery

Tour the tombstones with the Museums of Hopkinsville! We will kick off the Hoptown Harvest Festival in Riverside Cemetery on Thursday, September 27 at 5pm. Enjoy a traditional boxed supper before convening inside the Riverside Chapel. There, we will hear from folks who have made contributions to Christian County’s agricultural heritage. Meet people like Kentucky’s first Commissioner of Agriculture, the county’s first extension agents, and a whole family who raised tobacco during the Tobacco War era. This long-standing event explores the history of our community by learning more from those who came before us.

Supper will be served at 5:00, and the show will start at 5:45pm.

Advance registration is required. Tickets are available at the Woody Winfree Fire-Transportation Museum (310 E. 9th Street under the Town Clock) or online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/supper-in-the-cemetery-tickets-49439131774.

Tickets: $20/person; $15/Museum Members

For more information, contact the Museum at (270) 887-4270.

Hoptown Harvest Festival

Begin the Festival Thursday evening with the Museum’s Supper in the Cemetery inside the Riverside Chapel while meeting the dearly departed who were major contributors to the agriculture industry. Boxed suppers are $20 for the general public & $15 for Museum Members. Dinner will be served at 5.

Then enjoy the 3rd annual “Founder’s Square Feast: A Farm to Table Dinner” on Friday under the stars at the Downtown Farmers Market. The dinner will feature a locally sourced 3-course meal served alongside local spirits with ambient music. Social hour is at 6 & dinner will be served at 7. Tickets are $53 each. Call 270.887.4285 to reserve your seat.

Top off the weekend with the 2nd annual Kentucky Bourbon Mashoree on Saturday while enjoying the sips & sounds of our area vintners, brewers, distillers & performers. The Downtown Farmers Market hours will be 10 am – 4 pm with in-season produce available as well as an expansion of our vintage craft vendors. Music starts at 11 & runs til 9. Beverages will be served from noon until 8. Bring the whole family for a fun-filled day – enjoy a hay maze at the Library, face painting, kids zone & tons of other family-friendly activities. Admission is free.