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Glisson Vineyards & Winery Tastings
Dates: Starting Feb 16, 2012
Recurring weekly on Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Times: Noon-7 PM
Venue: Glisson Vineyards & Winery
270-495-9463
website

Savor wines grown and made by Glisson Vineyards in the new downtown tasting room. Available for tastings and by the bottle or glass.
The Grapes of Wrath at Market House Theatre
Dates: Oct 24-Nov 2, 2014
Recurring weekly on Sunday, Friday, Saturday
Venue: Market House Theatre
270-444-6828
website

OCTOBER 23-26, & OCTOBER 30-NOVEMBER 2, 2014

The story of the Joad family and their flight from the dust bowl of Oklahoma is familiar to all. Desperately proud, but reduced to poverty by the foreclosure and loss of their farm, the Joads pile their few possessions on a battered old truck and head west for California, hoping to find work and a better life. A powerful and deeply affecting stage version of one of the masterpieces of American literature. John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath was adapted by Frank Galati.


"Phantasmagoria - E" Art Exhibition
Dates: Oct 31, 2014
Times: 8 PM - Midnight
Venue: Pinecone Art Gallery & Studio
270-443-1433

A shifting scene made up of many elements, a sequence of fantastic imagery or illustions are 25 local artists reimagine the E Hotel.

Come in costume (optional), wear a mask and bring a flashlight for a special late night, dark gallery viewing.

25 local artists took very ordinary items that once belonged to the E Hotel and transformed them into art and performance pieces that are amazing. Don't miss this fun Halloween Night in Paducah's LowerTown Arts District!


Black Light Tour with Curator, Judy Schwender, at the National Quilt Museum
Dates: Oct 31, 2014
Times: 5:30 PM
Venue: The National Quilt Museum
270-442-8856
website

See the quilt displays at the National Quilt Museum in a new light! The blacklight tour is an annual fall tradition that the Museum offers to showcase the intricacy of the stitching and quilt patterns in a new way. The tour is geared towards adults and is a must-see whether you have visited the Museum before or not.


Boolesque & Variety Halloween Spectacular
Dates: Oct 31, 2014
Times: 9 PM
Venue: The Grand Lodge on Fifth
270-450-0749

Vixen Productions brings you all the treats you'll need for Halloween. A costume contest, raffle and lots of awesome prizes from favorite local businesses. Limited VIP tables will be available.


Halloween on Jefferson Street
Dates: Oct 31, 2014
Times: 5-9 PM
Venue: Jefferson Street, 19th-25th Streets

On Friday, October 31, Jefferson Street will be closed between 19th and 25th Streets from 5 to 9 p.m.  This neighborhood is a popular location for Halloween trick-or-treaters with more than 2000 people expected. Presented by the Jefferson Street Neighborhood Association.

 


Solid Rock'it Boosters Halloween Party at Doe's Eat Place
Dates: Oct 31, 2014
Times: 9 PM
Venue: Doe's Eat Place
270-443-9006

The Haunted Circus
Dates: Oct 31, 2014
Times: 9 PM-11:30 PM
Venue: Walker Hall Events Center
270-534-5612
website

 What's more fun than a Haunted Circus on Halloween? This event is 21 and over, and will commence at the Walker Hall Events Center. Live music, live dancing floor show, costume contest, and of course all the carnival food and drinks you could ever ask for! Tickets available online only.  Must be 21 or older. Please visit their website for more information and to purchase tickets. 


Split Nine Patch Quilts at the National Quilt Museum
Dates: Sep 12-Dec 9, 2014
Recurring daily
Times: Mon.-Sat., 10 AM-5 PM; Also, Mar.-Nov., Sun. 1-5 PM.
Venue: The National Quilt Museum
270-442-8856
website

Split Nine Patch Quilts from the Pilgrim Roy Collection illustrate all that can be done using simple blocks.


Quilts of Pat Campbell at the National Quilt Museum
Dates: Sep 19-Nov 18, 2014
Recurring daily
Times: Mon.-Sat., 10 AM-5 PM; Also, Mar.-Nov., Sun. 1-5 PM.
Venue: The National Quilt Museum
270-442-8856
website

The late Pat Campbell profoundly influenced the art of applique. This exhibit of her work will open your eyes to the possibilities of using this teachnique to create.


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