Category Archives: Events

Events occurring in and around Madison County, KY.

Five officers to be honored tomorrow at Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony

Five Kentucky law enforcement officers who lost their lives in the line of duty will be honored at the Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial ceremony tomorrow, May 24 at the memorial monument site in Richmond, Ky.

The name of Louisville Metro Police Officer Nicholas Rodman, who died in the line of duty March 29, 2017, will be added to the memorial. Additionally, Louisville Police Officer James Harrison, Clarkson Police Officer John Skaggs, Salyersville Police Officer Lewis Marshall and Kentucky State Police Trooper David Gibbs will be added and honored among their family, friends and comrades. Continue reading Five officers to be honored tomorrow at Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony

CELEBRITY GHOST HUNT RETURNS TO ABANDONED KENTUCKY HOSPITAL


Ghost Hunt Weekends, the world’s leading paranormal event company, has announced a return celebrity ghost hunt with the stars of SYFY Channel’s “Ghost Hunters” and Destination America’s “Ghost Asylum” to be held at the abandoned Old War Memorial Hospital in Scottsville, KY on Saturday, June 2, 2018. Continue reading CELEBRITY GHOST HUNT RETURNS TO ABANDONED KENTUCKY HOSPITAL

HOW YOU SAY IT: MAKING MATTERS WORSE (OR BETTER) BY HOW YOU COMMUNICATE

Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias cause changes in the person’s ability to communicate. Understanding these challenges and adjusting our communication patterns can make all the difference in the world for both caregivers and those with dementia. Dial in to learn some simple rules from social worker Kathy Rhoads of how to communicate more effectively, both verbally and nonverbally. Continue reading HOW YOU SAY IT: MAKING MATTERS WORSE (OR BETTER) BY HOW YOU COMMUNICATE

Legal and Financial Considerations for Alzheimer’s disease: What You Need to Know Right Now

Families caring for someone with dementia often deal with a host of unknowns. Planning ahead can help to reduce those unknowns. In this webinar, we will learn about proactive steps to take in legal and financial planning from experienced elder law attorney Claire Lewis. Continue reading Legal and Financial Considerations for Alzheimer’s disease: What You Need to Know Right Now

Spotlight Acting School Presents You Can’t Beat the House

Spotlight Acting School is pleased to present You Can’t Beat the House at the Spotlight Playhouse in Berea from May 10-27. This comedy showcases three different casts of Spotlight Acting School’s student talent ranging from 11 to 18 years old.

“We had a large audition group for this show, and the separate casts give our audience and actors something new each performance weekend,” said Chad Hembree, Executive Director of Spotlight Performing Arts, Inc. “The cast has fun performing this and we love the zany wisecracking humor this show offers.” Continue reading Spotlight Acting School Presents You Can’t Beat the House