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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

Savor wines grown and made by Glisson Vineyards in the new downtown tasting room. Available for tastings and by the bottle or glass.
Paducah Improv Comedy Show
Dates: Starting Jul 18, 2013
Recurring monthly on the 18th
Times: 7 & 9 PM
Venue: Market House Theatre Black Box

Paducah's improv comedy troupe performs short and long-form improvisation. Improv Studio Series is held on the last Saturday of each month.
Christmas in the Park Holiday Light Display
Dates: Nov 28-Dec 31, 2014
Recurring daily
Times: Sun.-Thurs., 6-9 PM; Fri. & Sat., 6-10 PM
Venue: Noble Park

See the region's premier holiday light display as Paducah Power System lights up the holiday season with Christmas in the Park.

John's Pass Carriage Service offers horsedrawn carriage tours by reservation. Call 618.458.7095 to make a reservation.

Holiday Group Exhibition & Sale at Gallery 1025
Dates: Nov 29-Dec 20, 2014
Recurring weekly on Saturday
Times: Saturdays, 4-8 PM & by appointment.
Venue: Gallery 1025

Holiday group exhibition featuresvarious Paducah artists - Lily Liu, Jim Jobe, Patty Smith, Ursula Schneider, Glenn Hall, Ann Provan, Jason Wonnell, Elliot Shiff, Craig Rhodes, Michael Crouse, Alice Moore, Ruth Baggett, Emily Smith Sirk, John Moore, John Romang, John Hasagawa, Dale Leys, John Toomey, Margaret Merida, Maureen Ursery and Teri Moore.

Following the opening reception sales, the exhibition will be open every Saturday from 10 Am-4 PM until Christmas. Call for an appointment that fits your schedule.

MAC Film Brew presents a Double Feature of Kill Bill Volume 1 & The Raid
Dates: Dec 18, 2014
Times: Doors open at 6 PM; Movie begins at 7 PM
Venue: Maiden Alley Cinema & Gallery


Movies are shown at 7 PM on the third Thursday of each month (April-December).

Tickets are $10 for MAC members / $15 for non-members. Become a member on-line TODAY!

Ticket price includes one featured Schlafly beer or a medium drink.

The “Film Brew” series, brought to you by Schlafly Brewery and Maiden Alley Cinema began as a way to pay homage to some of the classic films we love. While some are absolutely considered “cult” classics, some may not meet that definition. Film Brew is a unique event that celebrates film and one of our favorite breweries. It is customary to pause the film in the middle for attendees to take a bathroom break, get more snacks or grab another beverage.

NOTE: ALL ages are allowed (if rating permits) and encouraged as we create an atmosphere that welcomes all, however you must be 21 to consume alcoholic beverages.


Kill Bill Volume 1 & The Raid

Tasmanian IPA - Both of these movies kick some serious butt. Why not have a beer that does the same?

Kill Bill Volume 1 - The Bride awakens from a four-year coma. The child she carried in her womb is gone. Now she must wreak vengence on the team of assasians who betrayed her - a team she was once a part of. 

The Raid - A S.W.A.T team becomes trapped in a tenement run by a ruthless mobster and his army of killers and thugs. 

Mixed Media Club at Ephemera Paducah
Dates: Dec 18, 2014
Times: 6:30-9 PM
Venue: Ephemera Paducah

Each time we meet we will divide the time between learning from one another and working in the open studio. Enjoy access to Ephemera Paducah’s Stash and Studio tools. On Mixed Media Club night, all Ephemera Paducah store merchandise (excluding commissions) will be 25% for those participating. Preregister or PLEASE e-mail Kristin to let her know you're coming. Come prepared with a basic kit, which includes your favorite scissors, adhesive, bone folder, an art journal if you keep one) and whatever else you absolutely can't live without
Mixed Media Club at Ephemera Paducah
Dates: Dec 18, 2014
Times: 6:30-9 PM
Venue: Ephemera Paducah

So why are we passionate about Mixed Media at Ephemera Paducah? It's the freedom of so many choices, the "happy accidents," and the unknown outcomes. It's a natural progression for those who love papercrafting and it feels like home for those who are eaten up with collage. In this technique-driven club, we'll get together on the last Thursday evening of each month to explore tools, techniques, products, new trends and old friends. The goal is to have fun and learn from each other.  Each club night will be part learning and part Open Studio. We'll catch up, have show and tell, learn something new, then hone the skills using the Ephemera Paducah stash and studio tools.  This month Ephemera Paducah is providing pre-gessoed children's board books so you can start on an altered book project. Start collecting smallish images (no larger than 4" square) and quotes that mean something to you. We'll be working on backgrounds this month and we will use our board books when we start our 2015 Mixed Media Club with Joanne Sharpe's book, "The Art of Whimsical Lettering." Pre-register or zip Kristin an email and let her know you're coming because we do need to prep for each club meeting. Show up with a basic kit which includes: your favorite scissors, adhesive, bone folder, your art journal (if you keep one), and whatever else you absolutely can't live without. 

Murder in Red and Green! Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
Dates: Dec 18-20, 2014
Recurring daily
Venue: Market House Theatre

MHT's Murder for Hire Troupe is at it again!  This time its The Story of the 12 Angry Elves who are putting Santa on Trial for outsourcing the Toys.  We guarantee that a murder will happen at some point during the evening.  Audience members will put on their detective hats and go on a clue hunt to track down the killer.  The show is a dinner theatre with a cash bar.  Tickets are $35 and will go on sale in October.

Appropriate For: Teens and Older

Christmas Gift Sale at McCracken County Library
Dates: Dec 20, 2014
Times: 10 AM-Noon
Venue: McCracken County Public Library

Holiday bazaar and Christmas gift sale features works of numerous Paducah authors, artists and musicians. Local books and music sold and personalized by the authors and musicians themselves. Gift wrapping by The Friends of the Library.

Local authors selling their work include Tammy Blackwell, young adult author, selling her book, Infinite Harmony, John E.L. Robertson, Paducah historian, selling his book, Paducah, Kentucky: A History, Gerry Gutfreund, selling her book, Home Place: History of LBL and Cookbook, Courtney Stevens, young adult author, selling her book, Faking Normal, Matt Jaeger, adult fiction, selling his short story collection, The Caretakers, Dustin Lynn, selling his poetry collection Precious Memories How They Linger, Billy Teitloff, Christian author, selling his book, From the Time I Lived, Until the Time I Died.

Local musicians selling their albums include The Wheelhouse Rousters, Kentucky string band, selling their album, Steamboatin’, Shannon Vetter of Gideon’s Rifle, selling their album, Drawn to the Light, and Chris Black, selling albums from Paducah blues rock groups Oh Yeah Dakota! and the Eagles of Unemployment.

The Reason: A Family Christmas Experience
Dates: Dec 20, 2014
Times: 7 PM
Venue: Carson Center

The Reason is a night of powerful music from Newsboys and Moriah Peters, creative videos, and an energizing Gospel message from Nick Hall to celebrate Jesus as the reason for the Christmas season! This energetic night is designed for all ages and families to share together, as well as a great opportunity to invite friends to join you. Come one, come all—whether you’ve heard the Christmas message a hundred times or never before, The Reason is for you!
The music of the 4-time GRAMMY®-nominated band Newsboys has sold almost 8 million units. This rock and pop-driven worship band includes Michael Tait (vocals), Jody Davis, Jeff Frankenstein, and Duncan Phillips. Their 2010 release, Born Again, debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 and garnered three No. 1 hits. Their 2012 record, God’s Not Dead, has sold more than 300,000 copies. The band’s latest album, Restart, was released in September 2013.

About Moriah Peters - Moriah Peters is a singer/songwriter who delivers a cutting-edge sound with a confident message that resonates with the young and young at heart. Following up on the success of her 2012 debut release, I Choose Jesus, Ms. Peters’ next album was Brave, a collection of pop songs that challenge listeners to live boldly in the face of fears.

About Nick Hall - Nick Hall is the founder and chief communicator of PULSE, and a leading international voice in the cause of evangelism. PULSE is one of the largest student-led evangelism movements in history.  Mr. Hall serves on the executive board for the US Lausanne Committee and the student advisory team for the Billy Graham Association.

*VIP includes: 5:30 entrance to venue - Exclusive VIP laminate and tour poster/brochure - One copy of the brand new RESTART cd - Exclusive Q&A session with the band, followed by a photo opportunity and autographs.

Groups of 4 or more call the Box Office at 270-450-4444 for $12 tickets.

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