Editor’s note: Volunteers are needed for food delivery Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Must have own vehicle. Call 502-223-5794. The Capital City Activity Center is located at 202 Medical Heights Drive.
Are the perennials in your landscape in decline? Are they blooming less than they used to even though you fertilize and water them regularly? Is the foliage stunted and do the plants lack vigor? It may be that your plants have become too crowded and are in need of dividing.
s our late father was fond of saying to my brother and me as any event or season neared its end, “Well, boys, it’s all over but the shoutin’.” And that certainly applies for planting in the unprotected garden.
In my last article, I wrote about my first triathlon of the year and how I won the event. The next race I did had a very different outcome. No, I didn’t DNF, or Did Not Finish, but instead of being first, I missed placing by seconds due to silly mistakes.
The annual Frankfort InterFaith Council Community Potluck Picnic will be Sunday from 5-7 p.m. The gathering will take place in the upper shelter at Cove Spring Park, close to the archery range.
Steven Luxenberg, author of “Separate: The Story of Plessy vs. Ferguson” and associate editor of The Washington Post, will speak at the Kentucky Historical Society about the implications of the landmark 1896 U.S. Supreme Court case.
Senior lecturer Dr. Robert Farley at the University of Kentucky will discuss proposals to establish a U.S. Space Force as an independent military service during a program at 6:30 p.m. today in the Paul Sawyier Public Library Community Room.
The Franklin County Women and Family Shelter will host a Shelter Super Sale from noon-6 p.m. Thursday at the shelter, 401 Campbell St. The sale will continue 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday.
The Frankfort KY058 Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) will host an open house for youth and adults from 6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday at 101 Old Soldiers Lane.
More than 100 distilleries and other vendors will be present at Bourbon on the Banks, the state’s first bourbon-tasting competition and awards festival, Saturday from 5-8 p.m. at River View Park and Ward Oates Amphitheater.
This week and beyondMoon: Dark moon rules until the new moon at 6:37 a.m. Aug. 30, below ground producers during this period.Signs: Today, very fertile for below-ground producers; Sunday-Tuesday, no planting/killing sign rules; Wednesday-Thursday, very fertile; Friday-Saturday, bean/pea sign…
Earlier this year, Kentucky lawmakers passed HB468, which further defined who qualifies to be a home-based processor and what products they can make. This bill went into effect on June 14.
Next weekend, bourbon enthusiasts will flock to Frankfort for an event that organizers hope will firmly establish the city as the heart of bourbon country.
A senior lecturer at the University of Kentucky will discuss proposals to establish a U.S. Space Force as an independent military service during a program at the Paul Sawyier Public Library Community Room at 6:30 p.m. on Monday.
The arts-based recovery program Hands Healing HeArts has rebranded to Yes Arts with the mission of "mobilizing the power of community and the arts to disrupt the cycle of addiction."
This Friday's Downtown Summer Concert Series will host a palette of world-class musicians, including the drummer from the band Chicago as part of a "super group."
Editor's note: This story was updated at 8:54 a.m. on Aug. 16 to reflect that there are separate tickets for the interview and dinner.
Boogie G and the Titanics will perform on the lawn of the Old Capitol on Broadway Street during the Downtown Frankfort Summer Concert Series.
A soil collection service in memory of John Maxey, Marshall Boston and others lynched in Franklin County after the Civil War is planned at the River Room at Paul Sawyier Public Library from 2-4 p.m. Sunday.
I’ve finally done my first few of triathlons for the year, I got a bit of a late start due to recovering from the Boston Marathon, trying to catch up on things that were neglected and to be absolutely honest? I was just plain tired.
The sounds of blues, tinkling glasses, conversation and the cacophony of nature emanating from the trees along the river will all combine beautifully Saturday, Aug. 17, to raise much-needed funds for something not quite so beautiful in our community — abuse in a variety of ways.
This week and beyondMoon: Light moon rules until full moon at 8:29 a.m. Thursday; plant above-ground producers during this period. Then beginning next Friday until the new moon on Aug. 30, only below-ground producers.Signs: Through Wednesday, so-so; Thursday, Friday and next Saturday, very f…
“The Incredulity of Saint Thomas” by Caravaggio is a painting depicting the disciple, affectionately called Doubting Thomas, putting his finger in to the side wound of Jesus.Thomas was the guy that wouldn’t believe Jesus’ resurrection unless he saw with his own eyes and touched with his own …
Farmers markets across the country are celebrating National Farmers Market Week by hosting events and more to draw attention to their work. We host events at the Franklin County Farmers Market all the time, but tomorrow may be our biggest Saturday of the season.
The 10th annual Spellapalooza will start with dinner at 5 p.m. Friday at Thorn Hill Learning Center. Twenty teams will compete to win the trophy in the spelling bee, which begins at 6 p.m.
PBR, featuring Laura Ellen Penn, Rob Barnes and Will Renshaw, will perform at the Lunchtime Concert Series at Ward Oates Amphitheater from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday.
The Franklin County Democrats will host the third annual Dems Lending a Helping Hand Fundraiser to support the Franklin County Humane Society and L.I.F.E. House for Animals from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday at Lakeview Park.