September 14, 2013
A guided, walking food tour that traverses through beautiful, historic downtown Lexington while stopping at the city’s best eateries. Sample the fare that made each place an iconic staple in Lexington restaurants. It’s a stroll through the park with a side dish of history, a dash of culture and a taste of the Bluegrass. Two “Heart of the Bluegrass” tours …
Established in 1975 as the Farm and Garden Market Cooperative Association, The Lexington Farmers’ Market has been a staple in the Lexington community, supplying healthy, locally grown produce and other items. New this year, the downtown Farmers’ Market will remain at Cheapside Park year-round, rather than moving indoors during the winter months. lexingtonfarmersmarket.com
Presented by the Georgetown / Scott County Airport, Airfest 2013 will feature an opening ceremony with parachute deployment; airplane rides in World War II B-25 Bomber; Huey Helicopter rides; aircraft static displays; War Bird and Antique Aircraft Fly-Bys and Displays; an airplane parade and fun for the entire family and more.
UK will take on rival team the Louisville Cardinals at Commonwealth Stadium. Click here for full game schedule.
Saturday, September 14, 3:00 PM Farish Theater—Free “WHAT IS A GROUP?” Musician Ian Svenonius (Nation of Ulysses, The Make-Up, Chain & The Gang) channels his unique perspective, vision and style into a new medium with his first film. The 30-minute sci-fi short, WHAT IS A GROUP?, is a treatise on the music industry as explored by two aliens making an …
Sean Kenney will sign and discuss his new book based around the idea of building various Lego creations with 35 pieces. www.josephbeth.com
Saturday, September 14, 7:00 PM Farish Theater—Free (Donations Welcome) Set over the course of a weekend tournament for chess software programmers thirty-some years ago, the Sundance Film Festival award-winning narrative feature, “Computer Chess,” transports viewers to a nostalgic moment when the contest between technology and the human spirit seemed a little more up for grabs. Join us for the Kentucky …
Bethesda is an indie-folk outfit led by lead vocalist Shanna Delaney. they have performed at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and released their fan-funded full length album ‘The Reunion’ in early 2013. www.willieslex.com
In addition to her original songs, Julia puts an acoustic spin on a number of covers ranging from Elvis and Beatles tunes to current artists like Adele, Taylor Swift, Ingrid Michaelson, Colbie Caillat and more. www.beetnik.com for reservations.
80′s classic rock and hits cover band. www.henryclayspublichouse.com
Popular local dance band playing hits of pop, blues, funk and rock. www.parlaysocial.com
Iron Horse is a progressive bluegrass band stretching the limits of acoustic music. They are known for their original songs as well as tributes to bands ranging from Goo Goo Dolls and The Shins to Metallica and Hank Williams. www.cosmic-charlies.com
Ford Theatre Reunion is a qwirky, circus-esque indie-rock outfit from Lexington. Bear Medicine is an indie-folk duo.
Joe Saleem hosts an evening showcasing Lexington’s best in stand-up comedy. www.beetnik.com for reservations.