There’s always something to do in Rabbit Country! Here’s what’s happening this weekend…
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS FISH FRYS-Fridays in October-Our local Knights are cooking up delicious fried (and baked!) catfish, shrimp and all the fixins that go with it! All fish frys are drive-thru ONLY: simply stay in your car and they’ll bring your order to you! Proceeds will go towards the many charities supported by the Knights of Columbus. Here’s where you can get your fish dinners…
Paducah Knights of Columbus #1055, 3028 Jefferson Street just down from the Coke Plant-4 to 7 p.m.
St. John’s Knights of Columbus, 6725 US Highway 45 South-4 to 7 p.m.
“WINNIE THE POOH”-Friday at 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday at 2:30 p.m.-Market House Theater-Paducah-You and your family will be transported to the Hundred Acre Wood where Pooh, Piglet, Christopher Robin and all their friends live! This is the first production in MHT’s Family Series of the season. Tickets are $14 for adults and $8 for children. For additional details, click here.
2021 FORT MASSAC ENCAMPMENT-Saturday and Sunday-Fort Massac State Park-Metropolis-Return to the days of the Revolutionary War! Watch mock battles, enjoy fife and drum music, stroll thru the market place for period food and goods, and there’s even activities for the kids. Learn more by clicking here.
CALVERT CITY PINK WALK-Saturday at 9 a.m.-Memorial Park-Join family and friends to walk the half-mile park loop to raise money for the Kentucky Cancer Link. There’s still time to sign up. Click here to get all the details.
LIVINGSTON CENTRAL FFA ALUMNI CAR SHOW-Saturday at 10 a.m.-Sugar Creek Tractor Pull Track-Smithland-Check out classic cars, trucks, bikes, tractors, and more! If you’ve got something you’d like to show off, bring it! Entry fee is $10, judging starts at noon and winners announced at 1 p.m. Proceeds benefit the Livingston Central FFA. Contact Bobby Schmitt at 270-331-0913 if you have any questions or click here.
GLOWING GRAVES HALLOWEEN PARADE-Saturday at 6 p.m.-Mayfield-You’ll see over 50 participants, including floats, marching bands, tractors, hayrides, emergency vehicles and more! The parade will start at 7th and Walnut, go north on Broadway, then around the court square and back south on 6th Street to College Street. Learn more by clicking here.
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