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Community Events

  • Christmas Tour of Homes celebrates décor, heritage

    Bilbo Baggins doesn’t live there, but a visitor might get that impression from the round windows in the front room downstairs and a large bedroom above that bathe those rooms in sunlight.

  • Pups on parade

    Christmas in Bardstown is going to the dogs — in a good way.

    Children’s author Leigh Anne Florence’s famous Kentucky wiener dogs, Woody and Chloe, will be leading this year’s holiday parade downtown Dec. 7.

    They are the stars of her books, and thus represent this year’s parade theme, “A Storybook Christmas.”

  • COMMUNITY NOTES: Dec. 3, 2017

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    Nelson County Fiscal Court
    Nelson County Fiscal Court will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 5.

    Mrs. Julia Beckham’s Christmas Tea at Wickland

  • Bethlehem students raising funds for Puerto Rico

    A senior Social Justice class at Bethlehem High School is hosting a volleyball tournament this evening for an Advent outreach project to benefit Puerto Rico.

    Katie Kiefer, who teaches the semester-long course at Bethlehem, said the students typically do two service projects a year, one for Lent and one for Advent.

    "Ultimately, we came up with the idea to help Puerto Rico because the devastation was so intense," she said, referencing how Puerto Rico was catastrophically affected when hit by Hurricane Maria earlier this year.

  • PHOTOS: New Haven celebrates community Christmas
  • Bernheim hosting Festival of Trees, Holiday Open House

    Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest is hosting two holiday events this weekend.

  • Jim Beam hosting holiday event

    The Jim Beam American Stillhouse is jumping into the holiday season with a special “Feastival” event, a dinner hosted by seventh generation Master Distiller Fred Noe.

    According to a press release, guests will join the Noe family, friends and neighbors in what the distillery is calling “Kentucky’s largest holiday dinner” Friday and Saturday evening.

  • Big wheels, big fun

    As the third rider crashed into the ditch by the orange cone, laughter erupted from the crowd that had gathered by the guardrail. No one was seriously injured, but it was the anticipation of wrecks and wipe outs that brought hundreds to the sharp curves of Cissal Hill Road Sunday afternoon.

    “This is the biggest crowd yet,” said organizer Levi Wooldridge, adding that the number of spectators has grown each year.

  • COMMUNITY NOTES: Nov. 26, 2017

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    Anatok
    The next public Anatok meeting will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 29, at the Old Courthouse.

    Bardstown City Council
    The Bardstown City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 28.

    NOVEMBER
    Team Up! FRYSC
    Team Up! Family Resource & Youth Services Center will hold an advisory council meeting on Monday, Nov. 27, at 5:30 p.m. at Cox’s Creek School. The public is invited to attend. To reserve a seat, call 349-7006.

  • Community Notes, Nov. 26, 2017

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    Anatok

    The next public Anatok meeting will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 29, at the Old Courthouse.

    Bardstown City Council

    The Bardstown City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 28.

    NOVEMBER

    Team Up! FRYSC

    Team Up! Family Resource & Youth Services Center will hold an advisory council meeting on Monday, Nov. 27, at 5:30 p.m. at Cox’s Creek School. The public is invited to attend. To reserve a seat, call 349-7006.