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Starting January 1st

Adopt-A-Grandparent pairs a Cambridge Place resident with a Girl Scout. Once a month the troop, as a whole, visits their grandparents and participates in activities such as games or arts and crafts. For more information, please contact Kara Ball at (859) 779-1632

May 1st

Bluegrass Mystery Theater's "Decked Out for Death" is May 1st at Boone Tavern, May 9th on the Lexington Dinner Train, May 14th at Private party, May 24th at Columbia's Downtown and May 30th on My Old Kentucky Dinner Train. For more information call (859)494-2877

May 1st-2nd

Bluegrass Youth Ballet (BYB) presents RAPUNZEL at the Lexington Opera House on Friday, May 1st at 7:00 PM and Saturday, May 2nd at 2:00 PM. Tickets are $15-$18 and are available through ticketmaster.com or by calling 859-233-3535.

May 7th

The 4th Annual Chrysalis House Mother’s Day Luncheon at the Chrysalis House Community Center 1589 Hill Rise Drive, Lexington 40504 May 7, 2015 11:30am-1pm.

May 9th

Bluegrass Mystery Theater's "Decked Out for Death" is May 9th on the Lexington Dinner Train, May 14th at Private party, May 24th at Columbia's Downtown and May 30th on My Old Kentucky Dinner Train. For more information call (859)494-2877

May 9th

4PM-7PM “Bird Walk at Buckley” features Fish & Wildlife Department Biologist, Joe Lacefield guiding a fun, interactive and informative walk through Buckley Wildlife Sanctuary. Fun for the whole family, this event includes a catered lunch in our outdoor pavilion and offers a great excuse to get outdoors and enjoy Kentucky’s beautiful woodlands. $25/person, family discounts available. For more information call 859-873-3271 or www.lifeadventurecenter.org

May 9th

Southland Street Fair is happening Saturday, May 9 from 3pm – 8pm at blocked off section of Southland Drive. Local vendors, food, biking demo, live bluegrass music. For more information, www.southlandstreetfair.com

May 9th-10th

Tea Horse Studio in Estill County offers the Red Lick Artisans Open Studio Tour that happens Mother's Day Weekend, May 9. & 10. It's a self-guided driving tour of various studios clustered around the Red Lick Valley.. For more detailed information, please call Sarah Culbreth at Tater Knob Pottery, 859-986-2167 or Bill Lennox, 859-986-7225.

May 12th-13th

Menopause The Musical is happening May 12 and 13, 2015 at Lexington Opera House. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 10th and can be purchased at Ticketmaster.com or by calling (859) 233-3535. Group discounts for 10+ are also available by calling 859-233-4567 x3292. For more information, www.MenopauseTheMusical.com

May 14th

Bluegrass Mystery Theater's "Decked Out for Death" is May 14th at Private party, May 24th at Columbia's Downtown and May 30th on My Old Kentucky Dinner Train. For more information call (859)494-2877

May 15th

LexPhil Symphonie Fantastique 7:30pm, Friday, May 15, 2015 at the Singletary Center for the Arts, 405 Rose Street Lexington, KY 40506

May 16th

R. J. Corman 5K Run/Walk to benefit Chrysalis House on May 16, 2015 at 9:00am. THOUSANDS of dollars in cash prizes, and a lunch hot off the grill catered by My Old Kentucky Dinner Train Executive Chef. To register or donate, go to www.cormanracesforchrysalis.com or call 859-977-2502

May 20th

The Chew dinner is May 20th, featuring Chef Ashley Minton and a spring menu with Vodka cocktails. For more information call 859-338-7545

May 20th-22nd

Camp Nelson School Days is May 20-22. During the event, school children will come to Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park to get an idea of what life was like at the Camp during the Civil War. Re-enactors and demonstrators will be on site to explain the park's various displays, and there will be an archaeological dig that students will have the chance to participate in. For more information, www.campnelson.org

May 23rd

“Great Family Challenge” is happening 5/23/15 at The Life Adventure Center. climbing our 40ft climbing tower, traversing eight “high ropes” elements, soaring in our “giant swing” and flying down a 300ft dual zip line. Guided by highly trained and certified experts, this high adventure also includes a catered lunch at our pavilion. $29.19/ person. For more information, www.lifeadventurecenter.org

May 24th

Bluegrass Mystery Theater's "Decked Out for Death" is May 24th at Columbia's Downtown and May 30th on My Old Kentucky Dinner Train. For more information call (859)494-2877

May 29th

"Ninth Bluegrass and Bourbon" is 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, May 29 at Central Library. (140 East Main Street, Lexington) $25 per person in advance, $35 at the door. Purchase tickets at www.lexpublib.org

May 29th-31st

Community stage production of 'Anne of Green Gables' presented by Leeds Center for the Arts in Winchester, May 29-31 & June 5-7 at 37 North Main St. Winchester, KY. For more info, www.leedscenter.org or call 859.744.6437

May 30th

Bluegrass Mystery Theater's "Decked Out for Death" is May 30th on My Old Kentucky Dinner Train. For more information call (859)494-2877

May 30th

Versailles Art in The Park is a free, fun, family event held 9am to 4pm at The Woodford Inn 140 Park Street, Versailles, KY 40383. It is an arts and crafts fair showcasing original items produced by amateur and professional artists who live in Kentucky. Live entertainment provided intermittently throughout the day. For more information please see our website at www.versaillesartinthepark.org, or contact Laurel Kratt at 859-619-1494.

May 30th

Join us on Saturday, May 30 for the 4th Annual A Round to Remember Golf Tournament & Silent Auction at Connemara Golf Course. This event is produced by local golfer and Association supporter, Paul Bimschleger, in memory of his wife who had Alzheimer’s disease. Registration includes green fees, golf cart, lunch and goodie bag. All proceeds benefit the Greater Kentucky & Southern Indiana Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association. Registration 10:30am, Shotgun Start 12pm. For more information, visit act.alz.org/RTR2015

June 4th-6th

4th Annual US-25 Yard Sale. Explore 565 miles of winding Southeastern American Highways as you shop the US 25 Yard Sale. Passing thru parts of Kentucky, Tennessee and North Carolina. This year’s event may be an even bigger success than last year. Check it out “Like & Share” it--at “U. S. Yard Sale” on Facebook or call 859-779-3005 for more info.

June 5th

Kentucky Educational Television’s Summer Celebration is happening June 5 at Donamire Farm. For more information, http://www.ket.org/

June 13th - August 15th

The Stephen Foster Story will open on Saturday, June 13th and run select dates until August 15th. The Stephen Foster Story is the Official Outdoor Musical of Kentucky . For more information, www.stephenfoster.com

June 26th

John Prine w/ Amanda Shires at the Singletary Center. For more information, call 859.257.5030

September 26th

Come join us as we walk to END Alzheimer’s through downtown Lexington! Register as an individual or as a team online at www.alz.org/walk. Please contact Lauren Ashley Pope at lapope@alz.org or (859) 266-5283 for additional information. Starting line at Fayette County Courthouse. Registration 9am, Walk 10am. For more info visit  Act.alz.org/Lexington

January 1st - June 10th

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