Come join us for Millersburg Cemetery Tours. Cost is $10, children under 15 free. One hour tour at 4:00 or 4:30 p.m. Call 859-987-7274 to make a reservation! For more details, including alternate dates due to funeral or weather, click here.
Visit Glencoe, an 1840 Greek Revival home built for John Curtwright Lary and enjoy a Summer High Tea. Thanks to current owner Todd Lary. Located at 316 Austerlitz Rd. in Paris. $10 member/$15 nonmembers at the door.
Sessions will appeal to homeowners, businesses owners, & any community members interested in historic preservation. Guest speakers include Andrea Pompei-Lacy, Pre-registration required. Cost $20 per person & includes lunch. For more details, visit the event page.
Enjoy a fun pre-Derby celebration at McConnell’s Auction House, 1833 S. Main Street in Paris. Music by Mercy Men! Food, Live & Silent Auction, & Hat Contest! Click here to bid on live and silent auction items now! RSVP Required. Members $50/non-members $55/U40 $35. You may reserve a table for 6 for $350. Proceeds benefit education programs at HPBC/HM. For more details visit our event page.
The Hopewell Museum is holding a Easter Egg Decorating contest. Decorated Plastic Eggs should include candy for kids that will be hidden at the Paris Landing Easter Egg Hunt on April 15th. Show your talent and creativity in your personally decorated egg and win a prize. Decorated Eggs should be dropped off at the Hopewell Museum any time before April 13th.Stop by the Hopewell and view all of the eggs. Winners will be announced at the Paris Landing Easter Egg Hunt on April 15th. Please bring a bag of your favorite candy with your decorated egg that will be hidden for the children to find at the Hunt.
Following the Egg Hunt this year will be a “Treasure Hunt” Sponsored by Kentucky Bank, bales of hay will be scattered on the ground and $250 worth of coins will be hidden in the hay for the children to find.
Join us as we commemorate 100 years of America’s entry into “The Great War” with two screenings of “All Quiet on the Western Front” in the Paris Bourbon County Library Community Room. For more details, visit the event page.