Horses in Greenup
The 25th Annual Greenup Lions Club Horse Show, featuring more than 200 Tennessee Walkers, Racking Spotted, and Pleasure Horses, takes place at Greenup County Park & Fairgrounds July 31, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in Greenup. The show features almost $6,000 in prize money for all ages and gender of exhibitors. Parking is free and admission is $5 a person. Food will be provided by the Greenup Lions Club. For more information, phone Gary Miller at (606) 473-6521 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Glass in Louisville
These glass pieces by Susie Garbee Slabaugh are among the items that will be on display at the July 2 opening of Flame Run studio and gallery, the largest glass blowing studio in the Louisville region. The renovated 12,500-square-foot building at 828 East Market Street in Louisville’s East Market Street Arts District will showcase contemporary and original glass creations, a working glassblowing hot shop, and classes for beginning glass artists. Flame Run was co-founded by Slabaugh and Brook Forrest White Jr., who was involved in the creation of the Glassworks studio in Louisville. Flame Run will open with “Centred on Glass,” an exhibit that includes works by 13 artists who graduated from Centre College in Danville. The exhibit runs through August 31. More information is available by phoning (888) 584-5353 or on the Internet at www.flamerun.com.