Dozens of artists to ‘Paint the Town’ Saturday in Lexington

Arts Connect is hosting the 8th annual event. Artists will choose a designated area to setup and paint outdoors. 

YMCA summer camp focuses on kids being kids, outdoor adventures

The YMCA of Central Kentucky wants kids to get back to the basics with outdoor adventures.

‘Extreme Mustang Makeover’ heads to Kentucky Horse Park

The goal is to transform wild mustangs into adoptable horses.

Pearl’s Memory Babies – Baby Doll Program for Dementia Care Residents

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) Sarah Davis, Activities Director for the Reflection of Life Community at Sayre Christian Village, has a passion for her residents. She...

City of Wilmore, Vets team up for 13th summer concert series

The City of Wilmore is kicking off their 13th summer concert series Friday, June 14.

11th annual Beer Cheese Festival to continue rain or shine

The event will include 13 professional beer cheese competitors.

Tacos N’ Tequila to benefit Bluegrass Greensource

The event takes place Friday, June 7 at the old courthouse in Limestone Hall on West Main Street in Lexington.

Lexington to salute late soldier Nathan Caulder

A ceremony will take place in Caulder's honor Saturday, June 1st at 11 a.m. until noon at African Cemetery No. 2 on East Seventh Street in Lexington.

American Saddlebred Museum to hold equine themed auction

The Equine Art, Antique, and Rare Book auction will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 3rd and include 75 pieces.
Sayre Christian Village Friendship Tower

Fayette County’s Only Non-Profit Continuum of Care Retirement Community Hosts Groundbreaking with Mayor

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Sayre Christian Village (SCV) broke ground today for a 15,840 square-foot addition to the assisted living Friendship Towers Apartments in Lexington,...

10th annual Burn Run 2019 to send kids with burns to camp

2019 'Burn Run' fundraiser will take place this weekend at Proud Mary's 

10th annual Kentucky Sheep and Fiber Festival gets underway Friday

The Kentucky Sheep and Fiber Festival is set for May 17-19th at Masterson Station Park.

Kids get in free at King’s Island this spring

King's Island says children can get into the park for free this spring, beginning Friday, May 3.
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Hallway Feeds, Feeding Horses Worldwide

Hallway Feeds takes pride in their family owned business while providing food for horses locally, nationally, and worldwide.
Spy Coast Farm, rehabiliation and CEM quarantinevideo

Spy Coast Farm, Rehabilitation and CEM Quarantine

Spy Coast Farm stands out as a sports horse facility with their focus on rehabilitation, conditioning, and CEM quarantine.

Toby Keith coming to BB&T Arena in August

Tickets go on-sale Friday, April 5th at 10 a.m.

Public invited to learn about Accessory Dwelling Units

The Lexington Senior Services Commission is inviting the public to learn about a new type of senior housing known as Accessory Dwelling Units.

Baptist Health offering info session for expectant parents set for April 28

Expectant parents can talk with obstetricians and pediatricians and find out about childbirth services offered at Baptist Health Lexington at the #BornAtBaptist maternity event.

Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse to open April 20, reservations now being accepted

Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse in downtown Lexington will open Saturday, April 20. Reservations are being accepted for the opening evening, and beyond.
Partners For Youth

Partners for Youth announces “I DO” spring break program list

Partners for Youth has announced the 2019 “I DO” Spring Break Program List.

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