It is with sincere regret that the Museums of Hopkinsville announce the cancellation of the 28th Annual Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar scheduled for the weekend of Friday, March 20 through Sunday, March 22 at Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.
With growing concerns about the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we feel that canceling this event is in everyone’s best interest. Your health and safety – and the health and safety of our communities – is of the utmost importance to us. We hope that you will understand our decision. Good news is that Peter Woodbury has agreed to be our featured speaker next year! Mark your calendars for March 19-21, 2021 for a re-do of this year’s Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 270-887-4270 or by email to Alissa at [email protected].
Thank you so much for your interest in our seminar and in the Cayce work. Make sure you eat your veggies, keep up your prayer and meditation practices, and continue to love your neighbors (from a safe distance).
“Let perfect love, perfect confidence, perfect faith cast out fear.”
Edgar Cayce reading 5030-1
Mayor Carter Hendricks and city officials extend an invitation to trail enthusiasts and the general public alike to celebrate a groundbreaking for the second phase of the Hopkinsville Greenway Rail Trail! The event will be held Thursday, October 3 at 2:00 pm at the Pardue Lane Trailhead at 151 Pardue Lane, Hopkinsville.
The keystone feature of the trail expansion is a pedestrian bridge, which once constructed, will be the longest of its kind in the state. The bridge design was essential to the project to ensure the safety of trail-goers traversing one of the busiest intersections in town at Lafayette Road and Country Club Lane. This project will add another 1.7 miles of trail to the existing greenway system, taking it from Pardue Lane to Foston Chapel Road near Eagle Way Bypass.
For additional information about the groundbreaking, please call 270-890-0200.
Join the community for Nature Fest – a family event for health and wellness – held annually at Jeffers Bend! With activities ranging from a walk in the woods with master gardeners, to canoe tours on the lake, to a nature carnival with prizes, to storytelling and more . . . there’s tons of fun to be had by all!
Jeffers Bend is located on Metcalfe Lane, just off the intersection with North Main Street. Admission includes events, activities, and parking.
Admission – $10 per car | Active Duty Military with ID – Free | First Responders with ID – Free | $15 per bus (up to 25 people) | $30 per bus (26+ people)
For more information, call 270-885-5600 or 270-886-6719.
On Saturday, September 29th from 9AM to 2PM, at The Silo Event Center, we will be hosting the FREE Family Health Expo (formally known as the Western Kentucky Women’s Show).
A little bit of something for everyone of all ages. Provided will be their annual free health screenings, a kids zone sponsored by Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, the man-cave sponsored by Trio Signs, and the health & wellness sponsored by the Christian County Health Department.
Jennie Stuart would like to thank their title and zone sponsors: Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, Cayce’s Pharmacy, Aesthetic Associates, Christian County Health Department, & Trio Signs.
The Christian County Health Department is hosting its 4th Annual 100 Mile Challenge! Over the last three years, over 2,000 participants have signed up for the Challenge with a goal to walk 100 miles!
This self-motivated initiative encourages Christian County residents to walk towards a healthier lifestyle. This year, the goal is to walk 100 miles between September 1st and November 10th. (1.4 miles per day). On Saturday, November 17th, there will be a celebration with food, fun, activities, and giveaways for those who have successfully completed the challenge. Organizations/agencies with the most participation/milage will be recognized!
Registration for the 100 Mile Challenge has begun and will continue until September 7th!