Life After High School – What Happens Now

DrDarvin Adams , Professor at Simmons College of Kentucky is ready to drop some knowledge at the “Life After High School – What Happens Now?” Free Community Workshop this Saturday, 9/24/22 at 3:00PM. Hosted at 1106 E 2nd Street, Hopkinsville. Please arrive early, Park across the street in the parking lot, and enter the building thru the Esters Fellowship Hall Entrance.


Women’s Self Defense Seminar (Free)

This seminar is for women ages 13 and up. Topics will cover victim potential assessment, mental state for self defense, attitude development, fundamental physical techniques, and counters to common attacks. This is a “hands on course” where you will use techniques on pads and targets.
You will leave this class feeling more secure in your ability to deal with situations that may arise. If under 18 parent must send email and sign release form prior to seminar ([email protected]). Feel free to comment with any questions you may have.

Free Movie at the Alhambra: Smokey and the Bandit

Free movie and concession for the public!
Smokey and the Bandit
Saturday, July 30th @ Noon at the Alhambra Theatre
1977 | PG | 1 h 36m
Sponsored by Wendy Clark
On the 4th day of May 1983, 17-year-old Wendy Clark was severely injured in a motor vehicle accident. She was life flighted from Hopkinsville to Vanderbilt where physicians labored mightily to save her life. After a year of surgeries and rehabilitation, Wendy returned to Hopkinsville. Even though she cannot speak and has difficulty walking, she has great determination and enjoys her hobby of watching and collecting DVDs. She presently has more than 17,500 DVDs in her collection. She fondly remembers the Alhambra Theater from her childhood and decided it was time for her to share with the community her love of motion pictures. She is excited to be able to bring a FREE showing of “Smokey and the Bandit” to the Alhambra Theatre and Christian County community on July 30th.