The weather held off, the derby cars and drivers were on hand, many people attended--all in all a great time was had by all at the Jim Edd Shearer Memorial Coaster Car Derby in Wilmore on April 29, 2017. The Creative Art League was there painting faces with unicorns, hearts, socceer balls--even zombie hands. It was a wonderful afternoon.
Nearly 150 p[eople gathered last night, April 28, 2017, at the Polvino Family Art Center for the closing reception of "Freedom to Create II"--the second annual statewide elementary and middle school art competition ever in Kentucky. This competition, begun last year, is a joint project of the Kentucky Art Educators Association and the Creative Art League of Jessamine County. This year, 25 schools from across the Commonwealth entered the competition. Each school could send its 5 best works in each of four categories--painting, drawing, printmaking and mixed media.
The Creative Art League will be doing face painting to celebrate the Jim Edd Shearer Memorial Caster Car Derby tomorrow, April 29, in downtown Wilmore. Come by and get your face painted and learn about the activities the Creative Art League has scheduled for this summer. See you there.
Last weekend's three performance Spring Fling Series by the KCAL Old Time Radio Hour Show troupe was a smashing success. The troupe performed the classic "My Favorite Wife" with Norman Cline in the Cary Grant role and Caroline Denise Teater Cline in the role originally played on screen by Irene Dunne. A "wedding photographer" snapped before performance photographs of happy folks ready for the show to begin. The next KCAL series, "A Night of Magic", will be July 7-8, 2017. These performances sell out quickly so early purchase of your tickets is encouraged. You can buy them here on this website. Enjoy the next show!
Tickets are now on sale for the KCAL Old Time Radio Hour summer series--"A Night of Magic". Join us Friday, July 7 at 7:30 pm, Saturday, July 8 at 7:30 or Sunday, July 9 at 7:30 for a journey back to the Golden Age of Radio. You will experience the "broadcast" of an old time radio show as it was originally performed back in the 1940s. Tickets can be purchased online or by calling 859-885-5363.