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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
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Savor wines grown and made by Glisson Vineyards in the new downtown tasting room. Available for tastings and by the bottle or glass.
"8 Inches of Separation" Art Exhibition
Dates: Oct 4-Nov 8, 2014
Recurring weekly on Saturday
Times: Saturdays, 1-5 PM; Friday, Nov. 14, 1-5 PM & by appointment.
Venue: BiLan Liao Gallery
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"8 Inches of Separation" is a group exhibition featuring BiLan Liao, Char Downs. Maureen Ursery, Michael Crouse and Paul Lorenz

“8 Inches of Separation” explores the relationship of the participating artists in regard to creative diversity, and the ultimate common visual language that expresses various ideas, concepts, emotions, and visions. The exhibition opens at BiLan Liao Gallery on 7th Street in the Lowertown Arts District, Paducah, Kentucky.


Schmidt Farms Wagon Ride to the Pumpkin Patch
Dates: Oct 18-25, 2014
Recurring weekly on Saturday
Times: Sat., 10 AM-4 PM
Venue: Schmidt Farms Fruit & Vegetable Market
270-443-0136

Hay wagon rides, pumpkin patch, straw maze, children's entertainment, face painting, apples and sweet apple cider.

Open during the fall, Monday-Saturday with vegetables, fruits and fall items for sale. Prepared/custom-made baskets available.


American Queen at the Port of Paducah
Dates: Oct 22, 2014
Recurring daily
Times: Arrive, October 22 at 8 AM; Depart, October 22 at 1 PM
Venue: Port of Paducah
1.800.PADUCAH
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Welcome the American Queen to Paducah's historic riverfront! 


Carson Center Broadway Series presents Sister Act
Dates: Oct 22, 2014
Times: 7:15 PM
Venue: Carson Center

The 2014-2015 is sponsored by Computer Services Inc. and Baptist Health Paducah.  All productions will have one performances. The subscription includes Sister Act, Guys and Dolls, and Flashdance.  You will have the option to add-on Mamma Mia! and Stomp. You will have the same seats for all performances.  We are offering you a 10% subscription discount - an incredible bargain for fans of Broadway at the Carson Center.  All shows will be at 7:15PM this season. 

 

Sister Act is Broadway's feel-amazing musical comedy smash! The New York Post calls it "REDICULOSLY FUN," adn audiences are jumping to their feet in total agreement! Featuring original music by 8-time Oscar® winner Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beasst, The Little Mermaid, Little Shop of Horrors), Sister Act tells the story of Deloris Van Cartier, a wannabe diva whose life takes a surprising turn when she wittnesses a crime and the police hide her in the last place anyone would think to look - a convent! Under the suspicious watch of Mother Superior, Deloris helps her fellow sisters find their voices as she unexpectedly rediscovers her own. A sparkling tribute to the universal power of friendship, Sister Act is reason to rejoice!


"Haint" Tales - Library Evening Upstairs
Dates: Oct 23, 2014
Times: 7 PM
Venue: McCracken County Public Library

Master Storyteller Octavia Sexton presents a unique program of haunted stories & experiences to celebrate the season!

Literary great Loyal Jones says, "Octavia is one of our few, true folk artists and her performances are authentic representations of the tradition from which she comes."

Her natural dialect transports the listener into the Appalachian Mountains - where ’haints’ (ghosts) chill your blood, Jack tickles your funny bone, and the hills and hollers’ are full of surprises.

Inspired by the Appalachian art of storytelling the core of her stories is rooted in the traditions and lifestyles of her family and her past. Octavia Sexton grew up in the Appalachian tradition of storytelling and her stories are rooted in the fascinating history of her family. Her English/Irish ancestors migrated to Kentucky from Europe-bringing their stories with them. Her maternal and paternal great grandmothers were Cherokee storytellers from North Carolina. Octavia’s stories reflect the melding of these culturally different oral traditions.

Octavia attended a one room grade school in Eastern Kentucky; received a BA from Berea College in History/English Education; and completed graduate work in health education. She is a part of the Kentucky Arts Council’s Performing Arts on Tour Directory. Octavia has performed for more than 14 years and has done numerous art residencies. She is also a published author and has recorded several CDs of her stories.


Editing Pre-Digitized Designs with Pe-Next
Dates: Oct 23, 2014
Times: 10 AM-Noon
Venue: English's Sew & Vac
270-898-7301
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Lecture/demonstration with instructor Cassie English. Pe-Next software has lots of tools that are great for editing
pre-digitized designs. In this class we will cover how you can make changes to designs that you didn’t create. We will learn how to split stitches, edit stitch points and more. No supplies necessary


ICE Resin Play Date at Ephemera Paducah
Dates: Oct 23, 2014
Times: 10:30 AM-4:30 PM
Venue: Ephemera Paducah
270-443-0003
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Fall in love with ICE Resin! Come learn about all you can do to make beautiful jewelry with ICE Resin. You can camp out all day in the studio creating, drop in and learn about ICED Resin, or pick out your kit elements and create at home. Those desiring to work at the Studio this day should arrive prior to 1 p.m. to ensure plenty of time to finish your project. Our studio stash is loaded with old papers and images perfect for creating beautiful vintage enameled charms. Or, bring your own images to personalize your project. Drop an email to Kristin@EphemeraPaducah.com to let her know you're coming. No pre-payment necessary!
MAC Talks presents Dr. Norman Wurgler & Jon Walker
Dates: Oct 23, 2014
Venue: Maiden Alley Cinema & Gallery

Maiden Alley Cinema is offering new and innovative educational programming that will focus on a particular topic. There will be a professional in the field to do a talk, which will be accompanied by discussion, possibly a film, and educational materials. 

MAC Talks presents Dr. Norman Wurgler & Jon Walker

Films not to watch before you go to bed and how the music contributes to you experience. Ever wondered why the music in a film can have such an impact on your viewing pleasure? Sometimes it can be overbearing and sometimes you don't even know its there. Dr. Norman Wurgler, professor of music at WKCTC and Jon Walker, producer/director at WKCTC TV department, will present a MAC Talk about the function of music in film focusing on music from the horror genre. 


National Quilt Museum Workshop - Flying Colors with Gail Garber
Dates: Oct 23-25, 2014
Recurring daily
Venue: The National Quilt Museum
270-442-8856
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Flying Colors with Gail Garber

Understand the process of creating your own original designed quilt complete with free-form geese creating motion and adding light. It's simple and easy with a ruler and compass even for those who dislike math. This class is designed for the student who desires an in-depth experience: exploring all aspects of creating innovative geometric quilts. Students will learn design, color selection, use of contrast and scale and stitching tecniques that include freezer paper foundation piecing.


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