Are you looking for a fun way to ring in the New Year? Here are some great events happening right here in Hoptown!
A Celebration of Family, Community & Culture — Seven Days of “A Kwanzaa Experience”
Are you looking for the best way to fulfill all of your Christmas wishes? Check out our guide to must-do activities for the rest of December!
• Supper in the Cemetery @ Riverside Cemetery – October 11th – 5:00 pm-7:30 pm
• Nightmares End Haunted House – Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights throughout October
• Copper Canyon Ghost Town Haunted Hayride – Friday and Saturday nights throughout October – 7:00 pm-11:30 pm
• Haunted Hoptown Walking Tour @ Woody Winfree Fire Transportation Museum – October 31st – 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
The Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest. Hopkinsville has once again received this grant and has selected the book “Our Town” by Thornton Wilder. Be sure to check out these great literary events and pick up a copy of the book at one of the partner organizations.
Each year, the weekend after Labor Day, come enjoy the Native American Dance Competitions, singing, storytelling, Indian flute demonstrations, Native American jewelry, clothing, books, arts, and more! A drum competition will be held, with 1st place winning $2,000, 2nd place winning $1,000, and 3rd place winning $500.
Following Eclipse windfall in 2017, numbers continue to increase across the board
August 15, 2019
Christian County, KY – Visitor spending and visitation growth are on the rise throughout Christian County, according to a report released Wednesday by the Kentucky Department of Tourism.
Economic impact figures show that visitors to the area spent $192.89 million in 2018, which is just over $10 million more than the $182.71 million total in 2017.