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Upcoming Events at the Alhambra Theatre

For more information on Hopkinsville events, check out the Pennyroyal Arts Council Website!

December 2nd @ 6:30 PM – The Nutcracker (3rd Annual Performance)

December 3rd @ 6:30 PM – The Nutcracker (3rd Annual Performance)

December 4th @ 2:00 PM – The Nutcracker (3rd Annual Performance)

December 9th @ 7:00 PM – The Vanderbilt Melodores (Acapella Group)

December 10th @ 2:00 PM – Alhambra Holiday Movies: The Polar Express with Santa (Free)

December 16th @ 7:00 PM – The SteelDrivers

December 18th @ 2:00 PM – Alhambra Holiday Movies: The Santa Clause (Special Reader Imelda Gorman before Movie)

December 19th @ 6:00 PM – Alhambra Holiday Movies: Bad Santa (Rated R)

December 20th @ 6:00 PM – Alhambra Holiday Movies: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

December 21st @ 2:00 PM – Alhambra Holiday Movies: The Grinch

December 21st @ 6:00 PM – Alhambra Holiday Movies: It’s a Wonderful Life

February 11th @ 7:00 PM – ONES

March 18th @ 7:00 PM – Music City Hit-Makers: From Nashville With Strings

April 14th @ 7:00 PM – That Motown Band

2022 Christian County 4-H Bale Trail Map

For more Information check out Christian County 4-H!

  1. Riding The Rails Into Fall (Parker Farms, 1388 Millers Mill Rd, Oak Grove)
  2. Hay! I’m on my Way (Garnett Farms, 1800 John Rives Rd., Hopkinsville)
  3. Growing with Extension (Christian County Extension, 12850 Pembroke Rd.)
  4. Hoptown Cre-hay-tion (Visit Hopkinsville, 1730 E. 9th Street, Hopkinsville)
  5. “Hay”cus Pocus (St Peter & Paul Catholic School, 902 E. 9th Street, Hopkinsville)
  6. The Yeast We Can DO (Hopkinsville Brewing Company, 102 E. 5th Street, Hopkinsville)
  7. Be A Book Worm (Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library, 1101 Bethel Street, Hopkinsville)
  8. Grow with Planters Bank (Planters Bank, Corner of Virginia & 14th Street)
  9. Camp “hay”ning Trail (612 W. 7th Street, Hopkinsville)
  10. Hopkinsville FF-Hay Tiger (Hopkinsville High School FFA, 430 Koffman Drive, Hopkinsville)
  11. Make your Moove (Farm Credit Mid-America, 3205 Eagle Way, Hopkinsville)
  12. Duck “Hay” (Mills Family, 6788 Pierce Lane, Hopkinsville

Tree Week Events

Get links to virtual events and more details at https://christian.ca.uky.edu/content/tree-week

Saturday, October 8th

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM: Tree Giveaway @ Old School Parking Lot, 123 W. Nashville Street, Pembroke.

3:30 PM – 5:30 PM: Tree Week Kids Crafts @ Hopkinsville Public Works Department.

Sunday, October 9th

1:30 PM: Tree Walk on the River Walk @ Little River Park.

Monday, October 10th

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM: How Not To Kill a Tree @ KY Urban Forest Initiative (Virtual Event).

1:00 PM: The Fabulous World of Fungi @ KY Urban Forest Initiative (Virtual Event).

1:00 PM: Mulch Madness @ Westside Park (next to the new Sheriff’s Dept at the corner of 9th and 7th Streets).

6:00 PM: Tree Trivia Takeover at the Tavern @ Main St. Tavern Restaurant.

All Week: Local Landscapes and Tree Art Display @ Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County.

All Week: YMCA Fall Break Camp @ Hopkinsville YMCA.

Tuesday, October 11th

10:00 AM: Guided Tree Hike @ Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.

11:00 AM: Identifying Kentucky’s Trees @ KY Urban Forest Initiative (Virtual Event).

6:00 PM: Small Trees for Small Spaces @ Hopkinsville Brewing Company.

Wednesday, October 12th

10:00 AM: Storytime! @ Hopkinsville Christian County Public Library.

10:00 AM: The Importance of City Trees @ KY Urban Forest Initiative (Virtual Event).

11:30 AM: How to Help Your Trees Thrive @ www.kentuckyhortnews.com (Virtual Event).

Thursday, October 13th

9:00 AM- Small Trees for Small Spaces @ KY Urban Forest Initiative (Virtual Event).

Friday, October 14th

10:00 AM: Fall Tree Walk @ Jeffers’ Bend Environmental Center.

12:00 PM: Invasive Plants and Native Alternatives @ Ky Urban Forest Initiative (Virtual Event).

The Big Read – Hopkinsville Events

There, There, by Tommy Orange is the fall 2022 reading hosted by the Pennyroyal Arts Council.

September

Sept 9th @ 7:00 pm – Big Read Kickoff Concert Featuring Bone Hill by Martha Redbone @ Alhambra Theatre

Sept 10th – Sept 11th – Trail of Tears Intertribal Pow Wow @ Trail of Tears Park and Heritage Center

Sept 10th @ 1:00 pm – Native American History @ Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library

Sept 11th @ 2:00 pm – Movie Showing: The DreamKeeper @ Alhambra Theatre

Sept 14th @ 6:00 pm – Poetry & Pints @ Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Sept 15th @ 5:30 pm – Family Cooking Event @ Christian County Cooperate Extension Office

Sept 20th @ 7:00 pm – An Evening with author Tommy Orange @ Alhambra Theatre

Sept 22nd @ 5:00 pm – Genealogy: An Evening of Native American Exploration @ Trail of Tears Park and Heritage Center

Sept 22nd @ 5:30 pm – Book Discussion @ The Corner Coffeehouse

Sept 22nd @ 6:00 pm – What They Left Behind: Archeological Evidence of our Indigenous Peoples @ Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County

Sept 26th @ 5:00 pm – There There & Their History: Book Discussion @ Hopkinsville Community College

Sept 29th @ 6:30 pm – History on Tap @ Hopkinsville Brewing Company

October

Oct 3rd @ 5:00 pm – There There & Their Hopkinsville: Book Discussion @Milkweed Health & Harmony Emporium

Oct 4th @ 5:00 pm – Epic Hour @ Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library

Oct 5th @ 7:00 pm – The Invasion of North American with Nelson Barlow @ Alhambra Theatre

Oct 6th @ 5:30 pm – Book Discussion @ The Corner Coffeehouse

Oct 8th @ 10:00 am – Native American Crafts @ Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County

Oct 10th @ 6:00 pm – Traditional Stories of the Cherokee @ Trail of Tears Park and Heritage Center

Oct 11th @ 5:00 pm – Epic Hour @ Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library

Oct 12th @ 5:00 pm – Art Project: Dream Catchers @ Alhambra Theatre

Oct 12th @ 5:00 pm – There There & Their Story: Book Discussion @ Hopkinsville Community College Emerging Technology Building

Oct 14th @ 5:30 pm – Museum After Hours @ Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County

Oct 17th – Oct 22nd – Hopkinsville Big Read Restaurant Week

Oct 18th @ 5:00 pm – Epic Hour @ Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library

Oct 20th @ 5:30 pm – Book Discussion @ The Corner Coffeehouse

Oct 22nd @ 11:00 am – Barrida Limpia Healing Session @ Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library

Oct 29th @ 9:00 am – Atahouna Day @ Trail of Tears Park and Heritage Center

Oct 29th @ 10:00 am – Water Color Workshop @ Alhambra Theatre

November

Nov 1st @ 6:00 pm – The Native Runway @ Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County

Nov 2nd @ 10:00 am – Storytime @ Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library

Nov 4th @ 5:30 pm – Book Reading and Coloring Contest @ The Corner Coffeehouse

2021 Tourism Spending Up $20 Million in Christian County

Tourism impact continues to grow with record breaking visitor spending

Christian County, KY – Visitor spending and visitation growth are on the rise throughout Christian County, according to a report released by the Kentucky Department of Tourism.

Economic impact figures show that visitors to the area spent $212.9 million in 2021, which is over $20 million more than the $192.89 million record previously set in 2018.

“These numbers are a direct reflection of our incredible tourism destinations and hospitality partners in Christian County and the impact they have on drawing visitors to our community,” said Hopkinsville Convention & Visitors Bureau Executive Director Brooke Jung. “We love seeing these record-breaking numbers, and are constantly hearing from visitors what wonderful experiences they have while exploring all facets of our community. These numbers show what a huge impact tourism has on Hopkinsville & Christian County”

In August 2021, Hopkinsville was declared the Batter Capital of the World, Jung attributes some of the success to this new branding initiative and the excitement surrounding this unique designation.

“We are thrilled to see such a large increase in tourism spending,” said Oak Grove Tourism Commission Executive Director, Traci Cunningham. “The events we are hosting in Oak Grove are seeing record attendance and we could not be more excited to see those numbers translate to visitor spending. I can’t think of anything that excites us more than the tourism industry and the economic impact in Christian County. Together Brooke and I strive to make Hopkinsville, Oak Grove and Christian County a destination to be proud of. There is no doubt these numbers prove tourism is a huge business and we can’t be prouder.”

After opening its doors in Fall of 2020, Oak Grove Racing and Gaming has also contributed to the increase of visitor spending in the community. Coupled with the increase of events held throughout Christian County, and the increase in development, visitation has continued to grow.

Not only did Christian County see an increase in tourism spending, but also in employment. A total of 1,649 tourism-related jobs were reported county-wide in the hospitality sector generating $40.4 million in labor income. In addition, tourism in Christian County contributed $14.4 million in state and local taxes.

Using the Tourism Economics model, the economic impact of the tourism industry in Kentucky generated $11.2 billion in visitor spending in 2021, supporting more than 83,081 jobs and $807.9 million in state and local taxes.
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For additional information regarding tourism please contact Brooke Jung, Executive Director,
Hopkinsville-Christian County Convention & Visitors Bureau at 270-887-2300 or [email protected] or
Traci Cunningham, Executive Director Oak Grove Tourism Commission
at 270-439-5675 or [email protected]

6th Annual Hoptown Summer Salute

Friday, August 27th Schedule:

11:00 AM – Vendors Open

11:30 AM-5:30 PM – Bluegrass Beverage Stage Entertainment

11:00 AM-8:00 PM – Kids Zone In Little River Park

10:00 AM-10:00 PM – Fun Zone Kids & Youth Amusement Rides

6:00-10:00 PM – Friday Night Headliner: The Jimmy Church band on Bluegrass Beverage Stage, Founders Square

10:00 PM – Festival Closes

Saturday, August 28th Schedule:

11:00 AM – Vendors Open

11:00 AM – 10:00 PM – Fun Zone Kids & Youth Amusement Rides

11:00 AM – 7:00 PM – Kids Zone in Little River Park

11:30 AM – 6:00 PM– Bluegrass Beverage Stage Entertainment

4:00 PM – 7:00 PM – The Jason Montgomery Band

7:00 PM – 10:00 PM – Saturday Night Headliner: KC and the Sunshine Band- FREE concert at Justice Center Main Stage (Opening Act: Cassandra)

10:00 PM – Festival Closes

*Schedules subject to change

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Western Kentucky State Fair Schedule 2022

JUNE 24 – JULY 2, 2022

GATE ADMISSION: $3.00 (Excludes Pit Gate & Gate 6)

Military with ID: $1.00 (Unless otherwise noted)

Children 2 and Under: Free

Call 270-886-4045 with any question you may have. https://westernkentuckystatefair.org

Friday, June 24th

5:00 PM – Gates Open – Gates to the fairgrounds open for public @Front Gate

6:00 PM – Rides Open – $20 armbands for unlimited rides @Fairgrounds

6:00 PM – Pedal Pull Competitions – In front of the Convention Center @Convention Center

6:00 PM – Petting Zoo @Livestock Pavilion

Saturday, June 25th

9:00 AM – 4-H/FFA Swine Show

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM – WKSF Infant Pageant – $5 Parking, $1 per person admission This pageant is open for children ages 0 – 11 months. Registration forms and more information available here. @Convention Center

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM – WKSF Baby Pageant – $5 Parking, $1 per person admission This pageant is open for children ages 12 – 24 months. Registration forms and more information available here. @Convention Center

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM – WKSF Tiny Tot Pageant $5 Parking, $1 per person admission This pageant is open for children ages 25 – 35 months. (2-3 years). Registration form and more information available here. @Convention Center

4:00 PM – Petting Zoo @Livestock Pavilion

5:30 PM – 7:00 PM – Mrs WKSF Pageant – $5 Parking, $1 per person Admission Registration form and more information available here. @Convention Center

6:00 PM – Pedal Pull Competitions – In front of the Convention Center @Convention Center

6:00 PM – 4-H/FFA Cattle Show

7:00 PM – Demolition Derby – Grandstand $10, Combo $12 Admission. Gate 6 & Pit Gate $15 Adult, $10 Ages 12 & Under. Parking $5 Demolition Derby & Compact Demolition Derby – Each derby will be composed of three individual heats, one consolation heat (no money for consolation), and one feature. Find more information here. @Grandstand

7:30 PM – 10:00 PM – Miss WKSF Pageant – $5 Parking, $1 per person Admission. Join us as lovely and talented Kentucky ladies compete for the title of 2022’s Miss Western Kentucky State Fair! More information and registration available here.

Sunday, June 26th – Faith & Family Day

Free admission from 2:00 – 5:00 PM with church bulletin (1 per person)

Free rides from 3:00 – 5:00 PM with church bulletin (1 per person)

$20 armbands sold from 5:00 PM to close

1:00 PM – 5:30 PM – Youth Pageants – $5 Parking, $1 per person Admission. This includes pageants for children ages 3 – 5 years, 6 – 8 years, 9-12 years, and 13 – 15 years old. Registration forms and more information available on the Pageants page. @Convention Center

2:00 PM – Gates open – Gates to the fairgrounds open for the public.  Free admission from 2 – 5 PM with church bulletin (1 per person). 

3:00 PM – Petting Zoo @Livestock Pavilion

3:00 PM – Antique Tractor Pulls – Grandstand $5, Combo $7 admission. Gate 6 & Pit Gate $10 adult, $5 admission age 12 & Under @Grandstand

3:00 PM – Rides Open – Free rides from 3 – 5 PM with church bulletin (1 per person). $20 Armbands for unlimited rides starting at 5 PM. @Fairgrounds

6:30 PM – Faith & Family Night @Convention Center

Monday, June 27th

4:30 PM – Gates open – Gates to the fairgrounds open for the public. @Front Gate

5:00 PM – Rides open – $20 Armbands for unlimited rides. @Fairgrounds

5:00 PM – Petting Zoo @Livestock Pavilion

5:30 PM – 7:30 PM – Monster Trucks Pre-Show – Grandstand $15, Combo $17 Admission. Gate 6 & Pit Gate $20 Adult, $10 Child Admission, Parking $5. Tickets available for purchase at the gate. Main event at 7 PM.

7:00 PM – Ms. Plus WKSF Pageant – $5 Parking, $1 per person Admission. Two age groups: 16 – 29 Years Old or 30 & Over. More information available here.  @ Convention Center

7:30 PM – Monster Trucks Main Event – Grandstand $15, Combo $17 Admission. Gate 6 & Pit Gate $20 Adult, $10 Child Admission, Parking $5. Tickets available for purchase at the gate.

Tuesday, June 28th – Pennyrile Electric Day

Free Admission for Pennyrile Electric members with coupon until 6:00pm

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM – 4-H/FFA/Homemakers Exhibit Check-In – All items will have to be pre-registered.

4:00 PM – Gates Open – Gates to the fairgrounds open for the public. Free admission for Pennyrile Electric members with coupon until 6:00 PM. @Front Gate

5:00 PM – Rides Open – $20 Armbands for unlimited rides. @Front Gate

5:00 PM – Petting Zoo @Livestock Pavilion

6:00 PM – Jason Crabb Concert – Sponsored by Pennyrile Electric

6:00 PM – 4-H/FFA Rabbit & Poultry Show

7:00 PM – Go-Kart Races – Grandstand $5, Combo $7 Admission. Gate 6 & Pit Gate $10 Adult, $5 Admission Ages 12 & Under. @Grandstand

Wednesday, June 29th – Military & First Responders Day

Military & First Responders $10 Unlimited Armbands ’til close

4:00 PM – Gates Open – Gates to the fairgrounds open for the public. @Front Gate

5:00 PM – Rides Open – $20 Armbands for unlimited rides available till close.  Military & First Responders $10 Unlimited Armbands ’til close. @Fairgrounds

5:00 PM – Petting Zoo @Livestock Pavilion

6:00 PM – Pedal Pull Competition – In front of the Convention Center. @Convention Center

7:00 PM – Trivia Night – Presented by Main Street Tavern. @Convention Center

7:00 PM – Lawn Tractor Pulls – Grandstand $5, Combo $7 Admission. Gate 6 & Pit Gate $10 Adult, $5 Admission. Age 12 & Under @Grandstand

7:00 PM – 9:00 PM – Trivia – $5 Per Person to Play @Convention Center

Thursday, June 30th – Christian County Farm Bureau Day

Free Admission for Farm Bureau members with coupon until 6pm

4:30 PM – Gates Open – Gates to the fairgrounds open for the public. Free admission for Farm Bureau members with coupon until 6 PM. @Front Gate

5:00 PM – 4-H/FFA Sheep Show & Market Goat Show – Sheep Show will be followed immediately by Market Goat Show @Fairgrounds

5:00 PM – Petting Zoo @Livestock Pavilion

5:00 PM – Rides Open – $20 Armbands for unlimited rides available till close. @Fairgrounds

6:00 PM – Christian County Farm Bureau Meeting – Talent & Outstanding Youth Speeches during meeting. Entertainment by Todd County Boys Bluegrass & Gospel Band. @Convention Center

7:00 PM – Farm Stock Tractor & Diesel Truck Pulls – Grandstand $5, Combo $7 Admission. Gate 6 & Pit Gate $10 Adult, $5  Admission. Ages 12 & Under, Parking $5. Rules & Registration Info Here @Grandstand

Friday, July 1st

8:00 AM – 10:00 AM – 4-H/FFA/Homemakers Check Out @Front Gate

4:30 PM – Gates Open – Gates to the fairgrounds open for the public. @Front Gate

5:00 PM – Petting Zoo @Livestock Pavilion

5:00 PM – Rides Open – $20 Armbands for unlimited rides available till close. @Fairgrounds

6:00 PM – Pedal Pull Competition – In front of Convention Center. @ Convention Center

7:00 PM – Corn Hole @Convention Center

7:00 PM – Mid-South Truck & Tractor Pulls – Grandstand $15 adult, $5 Admission ages 6-12. Age 5 & under are free. Parking $20 @Grandstand

Saturday, July 2nd

3:00 PM – Gates Open – Gates to the fairgrounds open for the public. @Front Gate

4:00 PM – Rides Open – FREE RIDES FROM 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. $25 Armbands for unlimited rides available till close. @Fairgrounds

5:00 PM – Petting Zoo @Livestock Pavilion

6:00 PM – Pedal Pull Competition – In front of Convention Center. @ Convention Center

7:00 PM – Wrestling – Ultimate Championship Wrestling. Just $2 per person to enter the air-conditioned Convention Center on the Fairgrounds after paying your $3 Gate Admission – top see all the wild in-ring action! @Convention Center

7:00 PM – Mid-South Truck & Tractor Pulls – Grandstand $15 adult, $5 Admission ages 6-12. Age 5 & under are free. Parking $20 @Grandstand

Hoptown Hoppers 2022 OVL Schedule

$ 5.00 Admission Fee for Home Games @ Hopkinsville High School Tiger Field

Kids under 12 who wear a Little League Jersey to the home game qualify for free admission.

June 2 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Dubois County Bombers @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

June 3 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Fulton Railroaders @ 7:00 PM @ Lohaus Field

June 4 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Paducah Chiefs @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

June 5 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Paducah Chiefs @ 6:00 PM @ Brooks Stadium

June 7 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Madisonville Miners @ 6:30 PM @ Elmer Kelly Stadium

June 8 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Louisville Jockeys @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

June 9 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Muhlenberg County Stallions @ 7:00 PM @ Stallions Stadium

June 10 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Full Count Rhythm @ 7:00 PM @ Drakes Creek Park

June 11 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Franklin Duelers @ 6:30 PM @ South Warren High School Field

June 12 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Fulton Railroaders @ 6:00 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

June 13 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Owensboro River Dawgs @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

June 16 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Paducah Chiefs @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

June 17 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Fulton Railroaders @ 7:00 PM @ Lohaus Field

June 19 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Franklin Duelers @ 6:00 PM @ South Warren High School Field

June 20 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Henderson Flash @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

June 21 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Muhlenberg County Stallions @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

June 22 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Owensboro River Dawgs @ 6:30 PM @ Chautauqua Park

June 23 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Fulton Railroaders @ 7:00 PM @ Lohaus Field

June 24 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Franklin Duelers @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

June 25 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Full Count Rhythm @ 7:00 PM @ Bowling Green Ballpark

June 26 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Fulton Railroaders @ 6:00 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

June 27 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Louisville Jockeys @ 5:30 PM @ Derby City Field

June 28 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Madisonville Miners @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

June 30 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Full Count Rhythm @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

July 2 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Franklin Duelers @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

July 3 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Fulton Railroaders @ 6:00 PM @ Lohaus Field

July 4 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Henderson Flash @ 6:30 PM @ Park Field

July 5 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Full Count Rhythm @ 7:00 PM @ Drakes Creek Park

July 7 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Paducah Chiefs @ 6:30 PM @ Brooks Stadium

July 8 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Franklin Duelers @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

July 9 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Franklin Duelers @ 6:30 PM @ South Warren High School Field

July 10 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Full Count Rhythm @ 6:00 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

July 11 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Paducah Chiefs @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

July 12 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Full Count Rhythm @ 7:00 PM @ Drakes Creek Park

July 14 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Dubois County Bombers @ 5:30 PM @ League Stadium

July 15 – Hopkinsville Hoppers vs. Fulton Railroaders @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

July 16 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Full Count Rhythm @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

July 17 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Paducah Chiefs @ 6:00 PM @ Brooks Stadium

July 18 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Franklin Duelers @ 6:30 PM @ South Warren High School Field

July 19 – Hoptown Hoppers vs. Paducah Chiefs @ 6:30 PM @ Hopkinsville High School Field

July 21 – Playoffs: Play In @ 6:00 PM @ TBD

July 22 – Playoffs: Round 1 @ 6:00 PM @ TBD

July 25 – Playoffs: Round 2 @ 6:00 PM @ TBD

July 29 – Championship @ 6:00 PM @ TBD

For more information check out the Hoptown Hoppers Website!