Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Fril July 15

Friday, July 15
  • Where: 4th Street Live
    What: Hot Country Nights - Justin Moore
    singer/songwriter Justin Moore (four Top 40 singles on the Hot County Songs charts, including "Small Town USA" and "Backwoods"
    When: Show starts at 8 PM. patrons under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a legal guardian until 9 PM. After 9 PM, only 21 and over will be admitted.
    Fee: Free

  • Where: Colvin Community Center
    What: Army Wife Business Expo
    Many vendors to browse!
    When: 3 PM - 9 PM
    Fee: Free entry

  • Where: Tour will begin in the parking lot behind 122 N. Main Street, Elizabethtown.
    What: Civil War Ghosts & Legends Drama
    Civil War Ghosts & Legends Drama – catch a glimpse of Elizabethtown life during the 1860s through this downtown walking drama. Meet townspeople, civil war soldiers and President Lincoln as they tell their stories about the war. Visit military encampments, listen to stringed music, and a civil war band from Campbellsville University as they entertain with period music.
    When: 8 PM - 10 PM
    Fee: $10 adults, $5 for children 6-12, 6 and under free. For advance ticket purchase and more information call 270-765-2515

  • Where: Historic State Theater
    What: Comedy Caravan
    The State Theater welcomes back the Comedy Caravan! Featured comedians are Tonight Show veterans - Marty Pollio & Mack Dryden. The show is family-friendly and rated for ages 13 and up.
    When: 8 PM - 9:30 PM
    Fee: Tickets are only $10 each, or $8 each with a military ID. For advance ticket sales, call 270-234-8258.

  • Where: Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center
    384 W.A. Jenkins Road
    Elizabethtown, KY 42701
    What: Youth Theatre of Hardin County Summer Musical, "White Christmas"When: Curtain 7 PM
    Fee: $10

  • Where: 4th Street Wharf, Downtown Louisville
    What: Belle of Louisville, Lunch/Dinner sightseeing cruise
    Reservations required at least 24 hours prior to the cruise's boarding time.
    Call 502-574-2992 or (toll free) 866-832-0011 for information, to make a reservation, or to check the status of the cruise.
    Our cruises make a great venue for group get togethers and celebrations. Call for information. Gift certificates are available for purchase all year.
    When: Boarding at 11:30 AM and 1:30 PM for lunch, 6:30 PM and 9:00 PM for dinner
    Fee: Adults - $29.00, Seniors - $28.00, Children - $19.00 for lunch
    Adults - $39.00, Seniors - $38.00, Children - $23.00 for dinner

  • Where: Rough River State Resort Park
    What: KY State Old time Fiddler's Contest, Inc
    Bring your lawn chairs and listen to the great music provided by some of the best musicians in the state of Kentucky and around the country! Fiddles, harmonicas, banjos, guitars, bluegrass bands, jig dancing, dulcimers and much more! Concessions will be available. For more information contact the Park at 270-257-2311.
    When: Unknown
    Fee: Free

  • Where: Old Fort Harrod State Park
    What: Picnic in the Park
    Everyone is invited out for Picnic in the Park! Held every Friday at high noon under the Great Osage Orange Tree at beautiful Old Fort Harrod State Park in Harrodsburg Ky. Bring your favorite lunch and enjoy free entertainment every Friday provided by the best local and regional talents. This is a very laid back and relaxing way to spend your lunch hour or a play date with the children. For information call 859-734-3314
    When: Unsure
    Fee: Free

  • Where: The Hardin County Fair Grounds are located approximately 5 miles south of Elizabethtown on 31W.
    What: Hardin County Fair and Horse Show
    Midway, demolotion derby, baby contest, magic shows, wrestling and more! Visit for the full schedule of events.
    When: Gates open at 5:00 PM, Midway opens at 6:00 PM, and the fair closes at 11:00 PM.
    Fee: $9 includes all midway rides and events

  • Where: Hardin Memorial Hospital
    What: "Faces of Cancer" Photo Exhibit - Last day!
    A project created by the Kentucky Cancer Program (KCP) in 2009, is a photographic tribute to cancer survivors. The "Faces of Cancer" photo exhibit is being unveiled all over Western Kentucky this year. Local photographers donated time, talent and materials for the project. Photos in the exhibit are accompanied by each survivor's inspirational story.
    Cancer prevention, screening and treatment information will be available during the exhibit's duration including KCP Survivor Tool Kits, containing information helpful to the newly diagnosed.
    For more information about the "Faces of Cancer" exhibit, please call the Kentucky Cancer Program at (270) 360-0901 or e-mail to
    When: beginning on Tuesday, July 5, 2011 through July 15, 2011. A reception will be held on July 5 for the unveiling at 4:30 ET.
    Fee: Free - Everyone is welcome

  • Where: The Wharf at Waterfront Park 300 River Road Louisville, KY
    What: Halfway to Forecastle is a mini-fest designed to celebrate and commemorate the “Halfway” point to the annual Forecastle Festival, whose 10th Anniversary will be hosted in 2012 at Waterfront Park. Now in its 4th year, the event features many of Forecastle’s trademark components in smaller proportions, situated in a non-traditional venue. A sensory stimulating, high-energy, all ages event,
    MUSIC: Pretty Lights, Big Boi (Outkast), RJD2, Twin Shadow, BoomBox, The Pass, OK Deejays, Lydia Burrell, BottlePOP, Ishi.
    AFTER PARTY: Mimosa, Ana Sia, Gramatik
    When: 6 PM - 4 AM
    Fee: Advance: $35
    Door: $45
    VIP: $80
    After Party: $20

  • Where: Sloan Convention Center, Bowling Green
    What: National Corvette Homecoming
    Car Shows, Arts and Crafts Booths, Seminars, and more!
    When: 8Am - 8 PM
    Fee: Admission $10 Adults - Under 12 Years Old Free

  • Where: Kentucky Center, Bomhard Theater
    What: Guys and Dolls - Musical
    “Guys and Dolls” revolves around Nathan Detroit, the organizer of the oldest established permanent floating craps game in New York, who bets fellow gambler Sky Masterson that he can’t make the next girl he sees fall in love with him. The next girl he sees happens to be Miss Sarah Brown, a pure-at-heart Salvation Army-type reformer, and the stage is set for a hilarious evening of complications and high hitting showtunes like “Luck Be a Lady” and “Sit Down You’re Rockin the Boat”
    When: 7 PM
    Fee: $27.50

  • Where: Kentucky Center, MeX Theater
    What: A Little Night Music - Musical
    nspired by the Ingmar Bergman film Smiles of a Summer Night, with the universal subject of love, in all its wondrous, humorous and ironic permutations. In 1900 Sweden, middle-aged Fredrik Egerman brings his 18 year-old bride Anne to a play starring his former mistress, Desiree Armfeldt. Soon Frederik and Desiree resume their romance, incurring the wrath of her current lover, a pompous Count.
    The situation culminates in a weekend at Desiree's mother's country estate. In attendance are Frederik, Anne, and Henrik, Frederik's son (who is hopelessly in love with Anne), Desiree's illegitimate daughter, The Count and his wife, Charlotte who appear uninvited and the Egerman's lusty maid, Petra. As Madame Armfedlt explains to her granddaughter, the summer night "smiles" three times: first on the young, second on fools, and third on the old.
    When: 8 PM
    Fee: $16

  • Where: Barr Library
    What: Teen summer Reading Program - Afterhours Finale
    When: 5 - 9 PM
    Fee: Free

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