Native American heritage, sustainable living, bunny train, Cayce, and more
from March 2013 Issue
Native American Weekend
From flute music and storytelling to dancing and drums, the region's unique Native American heritage will be showcased March 22-24 at the DuPont Lodge at Cumberland Falls State Resort Park's Native American Weekend in Corbin. Buffalo dinner Saturday evening (call for dinner reservations and prices). General admission is $5 per person. For more info, call (800) 325-0063 or go online to www.parks.ky.gov (from Parks tab, click on Resort Parks, then Cumberland Falls/Events).
Ride the train with the Easter Bunny on March 30, 2-3:30 p.m., at the Kentucky Railway Museum in New Haven. Photo opportunities will be available with the Easter Bunny, so bring your camera, and each child will receive a special treat. (For a few dollars more, reserve the dining car for lunch.) Train tickets: adults $19, children ages 2-12 $14, under 2 free. Call (800) 272-0152 or go online to www.kyrail.org for tickets and more information.
Green Living Fair
Sustainable Kentucky hosts their first-ever Kentucky Green Living Fair, March 30, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Barn at Redgate in Somerset. The fair brings together farms and vendors from all over the state to promote sustainable living. Live music, demonstrations, local food, workshops on backyard chickens, worm composting, heirloom tomatoes, food fermentation, and more—and book signings by Kentucky food writers. Admission is $5; free for children 12 and under. For more info, call (606) 305-5700 or go online to www.kygreenlivingfair.com.
Edgar Cayce Returns
The Pennyroyal Area Museum presents the 21st Annual Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar, March 15-16, to learn from the world-famous Hopkinsville psychic who lived from 1877-1945. Full seminar registration is $160 (partial registration also available), which includes dramatic presentations, Friday evening reception, Saturday breakfast, picnic lunch at Cayce's gravesite, guided van tour, yoga, hands-on workshop, and speakers William Turner, historian and van tour host, with Elaine Hruska, author of Edgar Cayce's Quick and Easy Remedies. Advance reservations required; call (270) 887-4270 or go online to www.museumsofhopkinsville.org for more information.
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