58 F
Lexington
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Tags Fair

Tag: Fair

Storms damage petting zoo at the Bluegrass Fair, no animals hurt

The Barnyard Petting Zoo and other structures were damaged during Friday's storms at the Bluegrass Fair.

Meijer holding several job fairs on Saturday

Meijer is hiring a 100 new team members in the area.

Woodland Art Fair celebrates 42nd year

Thousands of people in Lexington took advantage of Saturday's weather at the 42nd annual Woodland Art Fair.

Fair attendees invited to donate backpacks for foster kids

Child welfare officials in Kentucky are inviting visitors to the Kentucky State Fair to donate backpacks for children who come into the foster care system.

Local county fairs stress safety after Ohio accident

With fair season getting into full swing here in Kentucky many are wondering how safe these rides really are and what goes into making sure accidents like the one in Ohio don't happen here. 

The Lexington Bluegrass Fair

The fair is open weekdays 5 pm to close and Saturday and Sunday 3 pm to close.

The annual bluegrass fair going on

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - The Bluegrass Fair presented by the Lexington Lions Club, has been a Kentucky staple since 1868. With over 80 State...

Community Health Fair – Clark Regional Medical Center

Katy Hedge and Ed Mastrean, with Clark Regional Medical Center, come to the studio to tell Matt Groves how they're celebrating 100 years of making communities healthier.

Annual maternity fair offers “free delivery” in giveaway

An annual fair helping women learn about pregnancy resources is scheduled for the end of April.

Summer Camps & Activities Fair – Lexington Family Magazine

Summer is approaching, and there are a world of activities and programs for children of all ages to participate in - but how do you choose which? Katie Saltz, with Lexington Family Magazine, drops by the studio to tell Matt Groves about the upcoming 15th Annual Summer Camps & Activities Fair.

Kentuckiana Post Offices host passport fairs

Post offices across the state are urging residents to avoid the summer rush and apply for your passport at several Post Office locations across Kentuckiana this Saturday.

Fayette County Students Impress at 33rd Annual Science Fair

Saturday almost 700 students gathered at Bryan Station High School to take part in the 33rd annual Kentucky American Water Science Fair.

Order Gives ‘Fair Chance’ to Job Seekers with Criminal Past

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has signed an executive order aimed at giving people with criminal records a "fair chance" to land state government jobs.

Clark Co. College & Career Fair 11-15

Cora Heffner and Cindy Banks come by the studio to give Katie Solove the details on the upcoming Clark County College and Career Fair happening Friday, November 18th.

Kroger to host hiring fair at Lexington locations

Kroger in Lexington, as well as around the state, will be holding a job fair on Saturday May 14, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m..

Kentucky State Fair to award blacksmiths

A new award is available to blacksmiths who want to enter pieces in the Kentucky State Fair.

Group rallies for state-wide LGBT anti-discrimination laws

A group in Kentucky wants to expand Kentucky’s Civil Rights Act to include the LGBT community.

Gay rights advocates sue over arrest at silent protest

Three gay rights activists have filed a lawsuit against the Kentucky State Police, alleging their rights were violated last summer when they were arrested for silently protesting an event at the state fair.

eBay hiring 1,450 in northern Kentucky for holidays

A company that is filling seasonal jobs for eBay Enterprise in Kentucky is holding another job fair on Friday, this time in northern Kentucky.

Job fair looking to hire 1,600 in Louisville for holidays

People looking for holiday jobs can attend a job fair in Louisville this week.

Most Read

Barrett confirmation rises as issue in Kentucky Senate race

Mitch McConnell is taking a victory lap in Kentucky for shepherding Amy Coney Barrett onto the Supreme Court. But his Democratic challenger questioned his priorities Wednesday.

Mom staying strong for family during a difficult time

One mom is going through what no mother ever wants to go through, caring for a sick child. Not only is she fighting to support her two sons during this difficult time, but she's also fighting to keep them in their home.

Kroger becomes first US retailer to offer COVID-19 rapid antibody tests

The tests will initially be available in California and Michigan with plans for all Kroger pharmacies by the end of November, according to the company.

Search lands Jessamine County man in jail on trafficking charges

Drugs, cash, packaging materials all seized.