Jun 06 Tuesday
Marshall County Long Term Recovery Group is hosting a PPC Application Event for a final push to help the Marshall county survivors of the December 10, 2021 tornado apply for PPC (Public Protection Cabinet) funding from the state, that Governor Andy Beshear allotted for their recovery.
The deadline for applying is June 15th and is quickly approaching. Survivors may be able to receive up to $3500 toward their recovery. This is not a loan. These funds could help those still suffering get back on their feet.
The PPC Application Event will be Tuesday, June 6th from 9am-3pm at the Visitors Center in Mike Miller Park at 596 US HWY 68 West, Benton, KY. No appointment is necessary.
Applicants will need to bring a Valid ID or proof of living in their residence on 12/10/21, their FEMA# if they applied for FEMA and estimates of losses.
Case managers will be on site to help survivors with their applications. Kentucky Legal Aid will be on site as well with free advise on storm related legal matters. Free spiritual counseling will be available on site as well.
The West Kentucky Workforce Board and the partners of the Paducah Career Center invite job seekers to participate in their Tuesday Job Fairs. Held each Tuesday from 10 AM until 1 PM, the job features employers who are looking to fill positions. Meet with employers in-person and apply on the spot!
Yeiser Art Center presents FANTASTIC FIBERSApril 8th - June 24th, 2023Reception: Saturday, April 29th, 3-6pmGallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 5pmQuiltWeek Gallery Hours: Tuesday, April 25th - Saturday, April 29th, 10am - 6pm
Fantastic Fibers is an international juried exhibition that seeks to showcase a wide range of outstanding works related tothe fiber medium. One of Yeiser Art Center’s most engaging, innovative & colorful international exhibits, Fantastic Fibersis an inspirational must-see for fine artists, quilters and textile art enthusiasts across the globe.
Juror Rena Wood chose 62 works from over 500 submissions. Now in its 36th year, the exhibition features artwork from twenty-six U.S. states and five countries.
What is a serger? How I use one? We will explore these questions and more during our Serger 101 course scheduled for 10 a.m. June 6 at Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library, 1101 Bethel St.
Seating is limited. Registration is required. To register, visit the HCCPL Front Desk or call 270-887-4262.
The Princeton Art Guild & Gallery is featuring the work of Eddyville, Ky. Artist, Sheri Marshall. The Gallery is open daily Tuesday - Friday, 11am - 2pm. This show will be in house May 16th - June 30th.
"The quilts included in the exhibit are created primarily from men's cotton shirts, drapery fabric, recycled sheets and/or tablecloths. Quilts use new batting and backing may be new, to add stability, or re-purposed. Quilt patterns take into consideration the best use of existing materials, i.e. the "Sleevie Wonder" quilt is made exclusively from long shirt sleeves." ~Artist Sheri MarshallCheck out Sheri's website at www.waxingpinkmoon.com
An Artist Reception to honor Sheri Marshall and her work will be held on Sunday, June 4th, 2023, from 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm at the Guild House. This is a free come and go casual event. You can stop in for 5 minutes or stay with us the whole time. Light refreshments will be available. Come meet the Artist and view this spectacular show!
The City of Murray presents Rotary Amphitheater Concerts in the Park 2023 this summer with monthly, free outdoor concerts at 7 pm. Bring chairs and blankets. The Murray State University Town & Gown Community Band performs on Tuesday, June 6th.
Jun 07 Wednesday
Join us to learn 2-dimensional wool paintings by using wool and felting needles. Registration is required by calling (270) 554-9520. The project will qualify and be entered into the McCracken Couty Fair.
Business therapy is a low-key way to meet other entrepreneurs and discuss issues that face small businesses. Not required but please indicate if you plan to join.
Our story this time is Sleeping Beauty - Help the Prince wake Princess Briar Rose (and the rest of the kingdom) out of their enchanted sleep! Lots of fun audience participation in this retelling of the classic fairy tale!
Join the Clubhouse and act out beloved stories from around the world! Kids participate in the telling of the story by singing, interacting and role-playing along with the Clubhouse actors! Learn the secret password and don’t forget your magic keys to unlock the Rainbow Story Book! It’s an interactive performance perfect for “wiggle-giggle” audiences!
All performances will be at the McCracken County Public Library as a part of their Children's Summer Reading program.