Exhibits and Events
Fall Open House.
October 5, 2-5 PM. Join us for an exciting autumn visit to historic Ruddles Mill, KY where Philip & Michele Foley welcome you to their 1790 Federal style home. Also included are the Ruddles Mill Methodist Church and the Isaac & Stephen Ruddles house for an exciting look at early Bourbon County. Located at 3733 Millersburg-Ruddles Mill Road, Paris, KY. Parking and refreshments available; no reservations needed. $10 members, $15 nonmembers.
Creative Harvest Regional Art Exhibit.
This special invitational show of talented artists of the region brings a multi-faceted exhibit of two and three dimensional works to the walls of Hopewell Museum. On display through November 16, 2014. Community Opening is Friday, September 12, 5:30-8:30 PM. Sponsored by Stoner Creek Arts.
Creative Harvest Art Exhibit Activities for Kids
During September-November, it's all about art at Hopewell Museum! Become an artist yourself and explore Creative Harvest with free kid friendly art projects. Free!
Claysville & Ruckerville: Paris’ Historically Black Neighborhoods.
Claysville and Ruckerville sprang up following the Civil War as communities for freed slaves. From maps and public lists of the time, we know names and locations of people who lived there and we’ve drawn on community memories to provide details of day to day living. Continues on display through 2015.