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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 8:30 AM
Free Pop Up Camp Burn Lexington
Cathedral of Christ the King – ??Free Pop Up Camp--UK DAY?? . ?? September 23 at 8:30am . ?? Location: Cathedral Christ the King . Wear your Burn blue/UK blue!! ???? If you are a gator???? fan be ready for some extra love!! . ??Tag your friends and share this post!!!??
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 9:00 AM
Build-A-Bed Workshop
Cut and Paste Craft Studio – It's time for another Cut & Paste Build-A-Bed Workshop! Kids ages 5 and up can build their own bed suitable for all 18" dolls (including American Girl dolls). Then we'll paint them, add our doll's names and then stencil and add some bling. Each child will take home a one-of-a-kind doll bed. The cost is $50. You may call 223-0114 to register or click the link. This is a drop-off event. Parents do not need to stay. Please have your child bring a drink and a snack and dress in clothes that can get messy
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 9:00 AM
Bake Sale
Salem UMC – We are having a bake sale at Wal-Mart to benefit the Gathering Place Women's Shelter. If you would like to bake something for us to sell, please contact Regina Mingua at 502-370-6211. Be sure and stop by and support this worthwhile endeavor!
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 10:00 AM
Living History at Ashland
Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate – Experience Ashland's rich agricultural history and find out how Henry Clay's entrepreneurial farming is still making a difference today! Featuring: Hereford cattle, Arabian horses, Cochin chickens, sheep, artisans and craftspeople, heritage seeds, hemp products, special house tours, and more! Pricing: $15 for adults, $7 for students ages 6-17, all children ages 5 and under are free. Purchase tickets at the door.
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 10:00 AM
AppleFest
Eckert's Boyd Orchard – Wagon rides, live entertainment, festival foods, children’s activities and much more make this an apple pickin’ good time for everyone! Whether riding a pony or feeding a goat, your young ‘uns will enjoy getting acquainted with common farm animals. Enjoy cider donuts, caramel apples and more to tempt your taste buds. Fee charged for some activities.
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 10:00 AM
Hands On Throttle Time!
Bluegrass Railroad Museum – Have you ever wanted to be the engineer of a steam locomotive? Here's your chance! On Saturdays September 16th and 23rd, we'll have Throttle Time spots available! The 30 minute spots will be between 10 am and noon, and will cost $150. The opportunity of a lifetime will be in Versailles! Please see our webpage for more information, and for registration! http://bluegrassrailroad.com/throttle-time/4594024893
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 11:00 AM
Garrett Houston Foundation Ride & Bike/Car Show
Man O'War Harley-Davidson of Lexington – Join us on 9/23 for the Garrett Houston Foundation ride & bike/car show! The Garrett Houston Foundation is a non-profit who provides care packages to kids fighting cancer and helps the families in need. Garrett Houston was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia, and after a hard fight, lost his battle 315 days later. Help support childhood cancer awareness, the kids & the families with this event. This will be a great day filled with raffles, door prizes, chinese auction, 50/50, bike & car show awards, ride, concessions, and more! Singles $20, doubles $30. Bike/car show entry fee $20. October 7th rain date. Schedule for the day: 11am: car/bike show registration starts, ride registration starts 12:30pm: Director of Garrett Houston Foundation (Shawna Houston) speaking 1pm: Kickstands up for ride, car/bike show judging begins 4pm: Ride returns 4:30pm: Awards given for Car & bike show, Raffles, 50/50 drawing, silent auction ending For more info, contact Shawna Houston at (740)981-7322, or Johanda McCormick at (740) 981-7670. You can register the day of, or pre-register by emailing GarrettHoustonFoundation@gmail.com, OR by going to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/list-annual-garrett-houston-foundation-fundraiser-tickets-36473301627 More about Garrett & the organization: This organization helps kids fighting cancer, & provides families with help in the form of rent, gift cards, utilities, funeral expenses, & more. Garrett was a 15 year old teenager from Southern Ohio that was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia on April 24th, 2015 and who fought for 315 days until he lost his battle on March 4th, 2016.
 
TODAY
    Saturday Sep 23 @ 12:30 PM
Stack talk, with Mack!
Bluegrass Railroad Museum – Have a conversation, with Mack! We're having a visiting steam engine again, for the FOURTH year in a row! We'll host 'Mack', Jeddo Coal #85, for three weekends in September! This will be Mack's debut appearance, as it has just recently been completely rebuilt. Mack is an 0-4-0 saddle tank steam engine, built in 1928. It is the fourth traveling steam engine owned, rebuilt, and maintained, by John and Barney Gramling, a father and son outfit based in Indiana. Come out to the Bluegrass Railroad Museum, and ride behind Mack! We'll have two trains, departing at 2 pm and 5 pm, on each day, September 9 & 10, 16 & 17, and 23 & 24. Ticket prices range between $20 and $29. Please see our website for more information and advance tickets! http://bluegrassrailroad.com/#/steam-train-weekends/4589947559 *Due to operational constraints of our curvy line, and the small size of Mack, the steam trips will not visit our Kentucky River Overlook.
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 2:00 PM
Kali workshop TWO
AKF Lexington Martial Arts – Mrs. & Mr. Brown bring their love of Kali to you. Yesterday's drill and today's Star Pattern drills are required at the Black Belt level so this is a great opportunity to take your Kali to the next level now rather than wait. The Masters are coming and they are bringing friends! This weekend only! TRAIN with the Masters and their friends! $25 per person per session. $45 per family per session Special Pricing: Four sessions: $75 per person $135 per family ALL Six sessions: $100 per person $145 per family Each workshop will be produced seperately on Facebook. Register for the workshop(s) you want at the school! Contact us for more information.
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 2:50 PM
Hapkido Workshop
AKF Lexington Martial Arts – All the fun things I do to you as students when you don't hold your punches strong come from Hapkido! A huge percentage of the hand to hand self defense we teach is based in Hapkido. Master Blumreich is providing his knowledge of Hapkido to help take your skills to the next level! Try it! You will love this! The Masters are coming and they are bringing friends! This weekend only! TRAIN with the Masters and their friends! $25 per person per session. $45 per family per session Special Pricing: Four sessions: $75 per person $135 per family ALL Six sessions: $100 per person $145 per family Each workshop will be produced seperately on Facebook. Register for the workshop(s) you want at the school! Contact us for more information.
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 4:00 PM
Star Wars Imperial Assault Summer Kit Event
Legendary Games Lexington – Join us on Saturday, September 23, at 4pm for our Star Wars Imperial Assault 2017 Kit Tournament. Entry: $5 Prizes: We will prize out the entire 2017 Summer Kit
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 5:30 PM
Kentucky Harvest Celebration
Holly Hill Inn – Bluegrass restaurateur Ouita Michel is throwing a Kentucky Harvest Celebration Sept. 23 to benefit the Appalachian Food Summit, at her flagship restaurant, the Holly Hill Inn, 426 North Winter Street in Midway. “We are celebrating Kentucky's unique artistic culture with poetry, music and a menu that highlights Kentucky's rich food traditions,” Michel said. Michel has invited renowned musicians, writers and chefs who are passionate about preserving the heritage of the Appalachian region to the party, which is open to the public. Entertainment throughout the evening will be performed by Amy and Daniel Carwile, Brett Ratliff, poet Rebecca Howell, poetry editor of Oxford American Magazine and poet in residence at the Hindman Settlement School; the Pawpaw Pickers and Carwile String Studio students. See artist bios below. Created in 2013, the Appalachian Food Summit is a community of Appalachian heritage enthusiasts that honors the past, celebrates the present and works to support a sustainable future for the region’s food and people. Dinner will feature a whole roasted Red Wattle hog, a heritage breed raised by Travis Hood in Robertson County, and an old-fashioned outdoor fish fry. Chefs from all of Michel’s restaurants and other invited chef friends will prepare traditional Kentucky side dishes such as late harvest beans, greens, biscuits, corn bread, apple stack cake, loganberry pie and more. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23. Tickets for the picnic buffet are $35 each, which includes tax and service. Wine by the glass and bottle and craft beer will be available, as well as full bar service. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Appalachian Food Summit. Please go to Eventbrite, http://bit.ly/2wmseuC, or call (859) 846-4732.
 
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    Saturday Sep 23 @ 6:00 PM
Parent's Night Out - September
AKF Lexington Martial Arts – Space is already filling up! Parent's Night Out for September is the Video Game Truck! $40/person or $80 max per family for this one! Parent's drop your children with us and have some time to yourself! We will, as always provide the Pizza and Lemonade as well as movies and activites but the major draw this time is the once a year visit from the Rolling Video Game truck! Gamers rejoice! Sign up now! Space will be full very soon! Not a student? Call 859-474-0504 and you too may participate!
 
TODAY
    Saturday Sep 23 @ 6:00 PM
Playing for Change Benefit - World Music Fundraiser
The Paddy Wagon Irish Pub – A kaleidoscope of local musicians performing in support of the Playing for Change Foundation: https://playingforchange.com/ Donate in advance here: https://playingforchangeday.org/event/playing-for-change-richmond-ky-at-the-paddy-wagon-irish-pub/ Or chip in to the jar at the show: All proceeds go to Playing for Change Foundation. Join us on the open air patio for good tunes, a good cause and good brews!
 
TODAY
    Saturday Sep 23 - Sep 24 @ 8:00 PM
Cosmic Arcade at Cosmic Charlie's
Cosmic Charlie's – "Cosmic Arcade is proud to announce the first Video Game Championship for our great town! The event will be at Cosmic Charlies (723 National Ave, Lexington KY) and welcomes all gamers over the age of 21! We will have a wide range of TVs, game systems, and games for you to enjoy all night long! The $10 cover at the door will enter you into any and all tournaments that you'd like to participate in! We will have free play games that you'll be able to sit down and play whenever you'd like to hang out with your friends along with lots of games where we will host and run tournaments! We will have prizes for EVERY tournament winner and we will also have small door prizes for EVERY PERSON who attends this event! As always Cosmic Charlie's will allow us to use their amazing space and have a full bar for you to have some drinks with friends while playing your favorite games. Doors will be at 7pm and the tournaments will start at 830! So come on out, bring some friends and get those thumbs ready for some of the best gaming in town! Below are a list of games we will have ready to play and tournaments for most games listed! Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Super Mario 3 Waverace 64 Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 Wii Sports Bowling Hearthstone (bring your own device) Bloody Roar 2 FIFA Powerstone 2 Goldeneye 007 Halo 2 (2v2, bring a partner) Marvel VS Capcom 3 Super Smash Brothers (Gamecube and Wii U) NBA 2K Madden Can't wait to see you all there!"
 
TOMORROW
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 8:00 AM
Pastor Owens and Mrs. Owens 18th Pastoral Anniversary
Shiloh Baptist Church - Lexington, KY – Come join us, as we thank and praise God for sending Pastor and Sister Owens to Shiloh, in September 1999. Rev. Michael Rice, 1st Baptist Glasgow, KY., will bring the Word at both 8am and 11am services.
 
TOMORROW
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 10:00 AM
21c Yoga with Art, Cindy Reed
The Massage Center – Yoga with Art in the 21c Museum Hotel Gallery 10a $5 drop in Cindy Reed leading this fun class in the Art Gallery!
 
TOMORROW
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 11:00 AM
Sunday Morning Yoga
Yoga at Ashland – Join Lissa Sims for our first fall practice (and one of our last practices before it gets too cold ??.) It's free and for all levels. We will practice encountering ALL things with freedom, ease and even pleasure. If it sounds like magic, well, it kind of is. Slow down, breathe deeply and feel in this beautiful environment with many people who love yoga and want to share it. Invite your people, share this post and/or bring a friend! (The practice is free but it would be really nice if we all bring a donation for Ashland--they sure would appreciate it.)
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 11:00 AM
LexBrunch (FREE) with Brother Smith
Lexington Community Radio – #LexBrunch is a FREE concert series every other Sunday at The Burl. Featuring live music paired with beer, cocktails coffee and the food trucks we all crave! Next up, September 24 with Brother Smith! Food truck is Fida's Caribbean Cafe Food and beverages (alcoholic and non) area available for purchase on site - try a Zonin Prosecco Rhinegeist or Prairie Vodka This series is presented by Lexington Community Radio - and is also powered by Lex Effect - 2 Dudes Moving - Bath Fitter - Baumann Paper Company - Ale-8-One - Common Grounds visit the website for the full list of partners, artists, food and more! www.lexbrunch.com
 
TOMORROW
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 12:00 PM
AppleFest
Eckert's Boyd Orchard – Wagon rides, live entertainment, festival foods, children’s activities and much more make this an apple pickin’ good time for everyone! Whether riding a pony or feeding a goat, your young ‘uns will enjoy getting acquainted with common farm animals. Enjoy cider donuts, caramel apples and more to tempt your taste buds. Fee charged for some activities.