It’s been a while since the sound of dancing could be heard on the Hardin County School’s Performing Arts Center stage.
With a background in engineering, Michelle Piscatello of Elizabethtown considers herself a very detail-oriented person. This attention to detail has come in handy for Piscatello in her current major pursuit: Art.
The Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center stage hasn’t had a performance since March, but that changes this weekend with a socially distanced radio drama performance of “It’s a Wonderful Life.”
Because of COVID-19 precautions, Hardin County Playhouse has been forced to postpone four productions, a necessary decision that has hurt the community theater’s income. However, the playhouse actors will again have the opportunity to perform this weekend as the theater kicks off its annua…
During Halloween season – where pumpkins are concerned – there are carvers and there are painters. Both methods of decorating pumpkins can turn into works of art, and some painted pumpkins can have elaborate designs.
When it comes to enjoying Halloween activities in 2020, the threat of COVID-19 causes more fear than any haunted house ever could. That’s why local haunted attractions are shifting operations this year so attendees can stay safe while getting their scare on.
The State Theater is ready to celebrate Halloween on the big screen.
For Elizabethtown native Tabitha Scott, three months spent in the jungles of Costa Rica in 2017 inspired hundreds of thousands of words in her journals. These journal entries were the impetus of Scott’s debut book “Trust Your Animal Instincts.”
While many of the events this year have been canceled, at least two holiday events will go on.
Although vocalists Matt McDougal of Elizabethtown and Bekah Wilson generally have used their vocal talents in area churches, they’ve recently decided to branch out as a duo.
The annual Kentucky Bourbon Festival, which is being served up this year with a virtual twist, put tickets on sale this week.
After a long span away from the stage, rehearsal returns to the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center, with COVID-19 precautions.
Filmmakers from around the world will be showcased Sept. 18-20 as Crowne Pointe Theatre in Elizabethtown hosts the second Elizabethtown Film Festival.
The Central Kentucky Art Guild is preparing for this year’s All Member Show, an annual event since 1994.
Since he was a child, Ken Boggle of Elizabethtown said he has possessed a keen sense of intuition. It’s this ability that led Boggle to pursue the art of tarot card reading.
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