Feb 20 Tuesday
Come to the library to find out about resources for housing, food, employment and wellbeing in our community. Community partners will be on site to offer help and talk about the services they offer. Resource fairs will be held each third Tuesday of the month from 4 to 6 pm in the 2nd floor Meeting Room. This month we are serving Chicken & Dumplins from Cracker Barrel (While supplies last)
Community partners wishing to participate please e-mail Adult Services Manager Lea Wentworth email@example.com.
For Paducah and McCracken CountyGrades 6-12 Retro Entertainment GamingFree Event
DJ Hensley Twins BombSquad Productions
Feb 22 Thursday
Join Mr. Shaun upstairs to enjoy playing a variety of board games. If there is a game we have that you want to learn how to play, Mr. Shaun is here to teach the ins and outs of each game.
Ages: For all ages
HCC's Got Talent Show
6pm HCC, Auditorium Stage
1st Place Prize $1002nd Place Prize $503rd Place Prize $25
Apply Here: https://forms.office.com/r/TgW8pkaJPX
The Murray State University Music Department presents a jazz concert on Thursday, February 22nd, at 7:30 pm in historic Lovett Auditorium.
Feb 25 Sunday
Come and join WKCTC for great food catered by Kitchens Cafe and live music. This is WKCTC's final celebration of a phenomenal Black History Month.
Must RSVP to Octavia Lawrence at firstname.lastname@example.org or 270-534-3479 by February 15.
Feb 28 Wednesday
On February 28, West Kentucky Community and Technical College's Matheson Library will host a discussion to share the science behind solar eclipses. The free event will begin at 11 a.m. in the library's Read Room.
Mellisa Duncan, director of WKCTC's Challenger Learning Center at Paducah, will explain how solar eclipses happen and how often, offer safety tips for viewing, and educate the audience on the total eclipse that will occur on April 8, 2024, including the path and eclipse viewing time throughout the region.
Feb 29 Thursday
The MSU student chapter of the Biological Honors Society, TriBeta, the Watershed Studies Institute, and the MSU Biology Department present their annual Darwin Day celebration on Thursday, February 29, at 6 pm in the Engineering and Physics Building.
The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County is hosting our next History on Tap on Thursday, February 29 at 6:30pm at Hopkinsville Brewing Company.
Christian County has a rich, dark history of slavery from its earliest days. In the Kentucky New Era in 1934, local journalist Charles Meacham published short biographies of 25 local African Americans who had lived as enslaved people in this area. These biographies provide a glimpse into a part of our past that is not well documented and give us a chance to better understand the depth and breadth of our community’s history.
Current and former members of the Museum’s and Hopkinsville History Foundation’s Board of Directors will share the stories of these people who lived through so much.
History on Tap is a free series that seeks to share local history in a relaxed, fun setting. Programs are typically held on the last Thursday of the month at 6:30pm at Hopkinsville Brewing Company.
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