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Show regular Mark Mozingo, with the Lexington Art League (LAL,) drops by the studio to preview the upcoming Fourth Friday event On May 26th, and talk about how the public can become a Community Supported Art (CSA) shareholder.
It's a marathon opportunity to stomp your feet and and move to the music, as Leigh and Grey Jefferson tell Katie Solove about the upcoming Great American Brass Band Festival, set to kick off on June 1st!
It's one of Matt Groves favorite yearly events in Lexington, and he welcomes Alltech Events Manager Sterling Baxter to the studio to talk about the 2017 Alltech Craft Brews & Food Fest happening this Saturday!
Directors Pat Kline, with Central Kentucky Riding for Hope, and Jenny Wurzback, with Easter Seals Cardinal Hill, stop by the studio to tell Katie Solove about the Bluegrass HorseAbility summer program for children with special needs.