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Community Events

  • 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

    NEW
    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

    NEW

    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.

  • Santa comes to town

    Leaning around one another to get a closer look at the man in the red suit, the children waited, eager to ask their questions and share their holiday wishes. It was a busy weekend for the Jolly Old Elf himself as Santa Claus began his pre-Christmas tour in Bardstown and Nelson County. Fortunately, the weather — no comparison to his hometown — meant a smooth ride into Kentucky.

    “It is a lot nicer in Bardstown than it is at the North Pole,” Santa said, settling his reindeer at the top of the Old Courthouse as he does every year.

  • PHOTOS: Santa, shoppers show up for holiday bazaars

    The Flaget Hospital Auxiliary Christmas Bazaar and Wickland Christmas Bazaar were held Friday and Saturday.

  • Light Up Bardstown is Friday

    Court Square and Downtown Bardstown will light up Friday evening for the city’s annual Christmas kickoff with Light Up Bardstown, an event sponsored by ORBIS.

    Light Up Bardstown, in its seventh year, hosts the official lighting of the City of Bardstown’s Christmas tree and holiday light displays downtown. The event draws hundreds out each year to celebrate, and features other family-friendly tasks as well.

    Light up Bardstown starts at 5:30 p.m. and runs until about 8 p.m. The ceremony is at 6 p.m.

  • Family adds to museum’s Hal Moore exhibit

    As Steve Moore stood in a packed room at the First Presbyterian Church Saturday afternoon, he gestured out the window and across the street to the Hal Moore Military Museum on the corner of Second and East Broadway. Inside the building, a new exhibit was unveiled honoring his late father, Lt. Gen. Hal Moore, a Bardstown native and hero of Vietnam.